Craigslist post:

A position in Content Development in Mathematics Education

• 7 years work experience developing math content
• Created original math problems as well as step-by-step explanations for a wide range of math topics: from algebra to college math
• Can conform to company’s and/or Common Core content standards
• Proofread math content created by colleagues
• Developed algorithmically-generated content
• Able to balance multiple projects with different deadlines

• 5 years experience tutoring one-on-one for a wide range of ages (K-12 and older) and math subjects
• Experience teaching math for summer 6th- and 7th-grade classes

Mindojo Ltd., Ramat Gan, Israel
Nov. 2015 — current
Quantitative Developer (remote)
• Develop practice problems for the GMAT, GRE, Pre-calculus, and Calculus
• Respond to feedback from developers and editors
• Answer math questions from people using the GMAT Tutor

Chegg, Santa Clara, CA
Sept. 2012 — May 2014
Solutions Author (remote)
• Wrote explanations for various math textbook problems from home

GEX, Inc., Atkinson, NH
Sept. 2007 — Sept. 2009
Content Developer
• Developed step-by-step explanations for math textbook exercises for the computer
• Conformed to company’s standards for style
• Proofread explanations developed by coworkers

Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
Sept. 2003 — Dec. 2006
Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Music

Proficient with Mac and Windows platforms as well as with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)


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