Topic ID #23049 - posted 9/10/2012 4:33 PM

Willing to work and relocate nation wide!!


Andrew Joseph Ciofalo
290 Manville Rd., Apt N-1, Pleasantville, NY 10570
(413) 687-2922
University of Central Florida 2009 – 2012
Graduate Teaching Assistant:
 Department of Anthropology, University of Central Florida (Spring, Fall, and Summer terms)
 General teacher assistant duties including grading, study review sessions, course and lesson planning, creating exams and knowledge assessment activities
 Assisted with online Anthropology classes; created online lectures, created online assessments, graded essays, quizzes, and tests
 Assisted with construction of an archaeology field school: carried out logistics and training schedules, created schedules and course matter for education with onsite lesson plans, conducted hands on archaeology training, and personally designed field school lectures
Fall, 2010
 Provided lecture on primate evolution to class size of 220 students
 Provided lecture on Mendelian genetics and population genetics to class size of 220 students
 Provided lecture on fossil and living primates to class size of 175 students
 Provided lecture on Mendelian genetics and population genetics to class size of 390 students
 Telecommunications Medical Operator Training Program Supervisor, Corridor Medical Answering Service
 General Anthropology
 Introduction to Archaeology
 Maya Archeology
 Archaeology of Caribbean Piracy
 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
 Evolution of Human Species
 Anthropology of Sex and Gender
 University of Central Florida May 2012
Masters of Anthropology in Maya Archaeology
Thesis: Maya Use and Prevalence of the Atlatl: Projectile Point Classification Function Analysis from Chichén Itzá, Tikal, and Caracol
 University of Massachusetts May 2007
Bachelor of Business Administration
Minor in Anthropology
 Princeton High School, Princeton New Jersey June 2003
High School Diploma
 Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society 2005
 Maya Studies Certificate: 2010
Expertise focused on the ancient and contemporary peoples of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize; with detailed and specialized knowledge of the ancient and contemporary Maya.
 UCF Caribbean Archaeological Project Spring 2012
Eleuthera, Bahamas
Title: Assistant Field Manager,
Supervisor: Dr. Peter Sinelli
 UCF Caribbean Archaeological Project Spring 2011
Eleuthera, Bahamas
Title: Assistant Field Manager,
Supervisor: Dr. Peter Sinelli
 SVG Archaeological Project January 2011
St. Vincent, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Title: Volunteer Archaeologist
Supervisor: Margarita de Guzman and Jode MacKay affiliated with Dr. Richard Callaghan of the University of Calgary
 UMass Archaeological Field School Summer 2007
Deerfield, Massachusetts
Historical archaeology
 Mesoamerican prehistory, with an emphasis on Maya archaeology
 Caribbean prehistory, with an emphasis on later prehistory of the Greater Antilles and the Bahama archipelago
 Physical anthropology, with an emphasis on human origins and the evolutionary process
Optical Distributor Group 2011-Present
 Customer Service Team Leader
 Specialize in training and educating new customer service representatives
 Maintain key accounts
Corridor Medical Answering Service 2005-2011
 Computer Consultant: Networked, maintained, and updated telecommunication terminals
 Handled emergency calls for medical professionals
 Became telecommunications operator of the month January, 2006 my second month working
 Received award for best customer service for the month of September, 2006


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