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This is my general resume created through Linkedin

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OBJECTIVE

Create new or enhance existing platforms for outreach, both print and online
Develop and plan the frequency and content of online messaging
Maintain a presence on online platforms
Assist with communications programs to maintain favorable public relations
Coordinate the communication of sensitive data with the media outlets
Recommend the best way to communicate information
Measure the impact and reach of online messaging using statistical measures
Edit and post video to online platforms using video editing software
Make a difference in the way others perceive the brand
Act as a contact for those seeking information

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OBJECTIVE

Design professional-quality websites using CMS and templates

Host websites with a safe, fast server

Custom design images, integrating them into site

Train how to use the site and make it relevant

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OBJECTIVE

I am an educator and an innovator. I look at the problems of society as a challenge, and I have ideas to help solve those problems. I am positive about life and confident in my skills. I am very comfortable with technology, and I see it as a tool to help us learn and communicate, but I also see our own humanity as our greatest asset.

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Note: Please use the LinkedIn profile link within my resume to contact me via LinkedIn. Here's a link to the embedded Google Document below, since some of the links will not work in an inline frame.  References and transcripts available upon request to protect privacy. Link to other documents.

Thank you!

 

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I am writing to recommend Brian Jaeger for the Communications Website Management opening with MPS. Having worked with Brian over the past ten years on various IT projects, he continues to amaze me on his skills and knowledge on what is needed and expected of websites in today’s world.

 

 

As a teacher, Brian was the only person I could talk to who understood what I truly needed for technology in my classroom. He and I worked closely, bouncing off ideas on one another, to find creative solutions on tight budgets. He discovered unique ways to incorporate sites such as Youtube into his class before Youtube was a teaching tool. He found ways to provide students with streaming access of his class and recordings of his class, essentially flipping much of his material years prior to this being a fad. He knows what teachers need and want and is one of the best people I know to find and create these solutions. On top of it all, Brian so easy to work with; and his patience with less knowledgeable staff makes him an ideal person for a district resource.

 

Outside of school, I was lucky enough to capitalize on Brian’s talents and I asked him to help me create and design Innovative School Funding, an online webstore designed as a fundraising tool for schools. To do this, Brian sat down and quickly taught himself advanced coding skills such as CSS, Javascript and HTML5. Whenever a new quirk came up do to changing host profiles, Brian could quickly find and resolve the issue. Over the past six years of running my website, we have only been down only once for a few hours. That is truly amazing considering we receive over 800 unique visitors per month.

 

Brian has worked with developers across the nation while he was building Innovative School Funding and now Educabana.com, a portal for teacher tools. In creating these company sites he incorporates multiple coding languages, embeds strict security measures, adds his creative flair to make the sites appealing and has helped us create a nationwide resource for public and private schools.

 

I have told many people about Brian and his innate abilities with computers and website design. I am fortunate to work with Brian. Few people could be so easy to work with and able to accomplish so much in a short amount of time. He is truly an exceptional candidate for your opening.

 

Sincerely,

Mickey Chavannes