Gina Cutelli

Senior Administrative Assistant

St. Louis, 63146, United States of America


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Seeking a marketing position where teaching skills and experiences, acquired in the core content areas of English, Composition, and Literature, can be applied in a culturally literate and diverse Communications department.


Southeast Missouri State Univ.

Education , Education

December 2004 - December 2004

Southeast Missouri State Univ.

Education , Education

December 2004 - December 2004


Senior Administrative Assistant

HD Supply Waterworks , St. Louis, MO

June 2014 - January 2015

•Gives administrative and office support for the executive administrative assistant, human resources, and senior level executives. •Streamlines and processes all incoming mail for the building. •Fielding telephone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing, and filing. •Ordering office supplies and maintaining stock. •Processes for payment invoices from the property manager. •Meeting facilitator and organizer for the buildings Fun Team Committee as well as a Wellness Ambassador for Waterworks.

Clerical Support
Process Mail
Streamlines Communication
Administrative Assistant

Ladue School District: Horton Watkins High School , St. Louis, MO

July 2013 - May 2015

•Organize the scheduling of meetings, conferences, and events through the use of Google Calendar. •Interact with faculty, students, parents, and visitors on a daily basis. •Perform various secretarial/clerical duties such as documenting, photocopying, faxing, mailing, and organizing filing system, and telephones.

Clerical Support
Organization of Google Calenders
Liason between parents, students, and Counselors
Part Time Teacher Grade 4

Rockwood School District : Pond Elementary School , Grover, MO

August 2012 - June 2013

•Push into classrooms daily to assist with Math and Language Arts. Coordinated and conducted small group instruction and assessment. •Worked closely with faculty, staff, students, and parents to create a collaborative learning environment. •Managed small groups of students using various classroom management techniques that aligned with unit objectives and student assessments.

Classroom Management
Facilitated Instruction
Student Assessment
Language Arts Teacher Grades 6-7

Queen of All Saints School , Oakville, MO

August 2009 - August 2013

•Created and implemented diverse applications for a challenging Language Arts curriculum to meet the needs and backgrounds of students to ensure consistency and adherence to learning objectives and standards. •Managed the research, design, and implementation of internal and external learning aids, methodology, media and print resources to aid in the development of a targeted grade level with room for growth thereafter. •Taught, facilitated, and assessed units that aligned with core standards through the use of content analysis to obtain specific data on student cognitive development and learning styles to meet the needs of different students at varying levels of academic achievement and ability. •Collaborated with administrators and fellow teachers to understand the needs of the school unit and create the most effective solutions and execute them.

Curriculum Developemnt and Application
Project Management Curriculum Handbok
Assessment Analysis
Language ARts Teacher Grades 8-9

Parkway School District , St. Louis, MO

August 2006 - August 2009

•Created and managed an analytically based literary curriculum where a wide range of projects were completed with clear and established deadlines. •Facilitated a scaffold writing method for developing structured and organized essays, which allowed for the student to self-edit, revise work, and collaborate with the teacher. •Collaboratively created, implemented, and facilitated a diverse Language Arts curriculum that utilized the Nancy Atwell Readers/Writers Workshop method as well as Balanced Literacy to promote academic awareness and success among students. •Used a diverse selection of assessments to monitor and document student progress such as but not limited to: quizzes, unit tests, projects, reports, essays, and oral presentations, running records, and observation, small group assessment, standardized assessment, and individual style inventories, state mandated testing.

Scaffold Curriculum Development
Diverse Student Assessment

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