Sharon Eberlein

$20/hr
Software implementation including training, support, documentation, and data conversion
Reply rate:
-
Availability:
Hourly ($/hour)
Age:
54 years old
Location:
Mobile, Alabama, United States
Experience:
20 years
Mobile, AL •- • seberlein45@gmail com Sharon Eberlein Implementation and Training Expert I have been fortunate to be given the opportunity to cultivate my data and business process analysis, training and project management skills through my previous professional experiences. I began my journey by calling upon my innate eye for detail and strong critical thinking skills to write programs to convert client data. A former manager recognized my talent and gave me the chance to learn and grow through each role of a software implementation project. My greatest strength is my knack for effectively collaborating with all project stakeholders. I am most inspired while working on an energetic, motivated team that is truly passionate about the project. Core Competencies Business Analysis Application and Technical Training Project Management Customer Relationship Management Student Information Systems POS Food Service Software Learning Management Systems TIENET Special Education Database System HMH ELA and Math content programs Database Management (SQL, API) MS Office Suite SharePoint Salesforce All things Google Junxure CRM Experience Retirement Advisors, Inc. • Mobile, AL 2017 - present Executive Assistant Retirement Advisors, Inc. is fee-only, fiduciary financial planning firm that focuses on wealth management for people at or near retirement. I provide administrative support for the three advisors in the firm. I am responsible for first line customer communication, account maintenance in Junxure and on the TD Ameritrade VEO website and office management. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt • Mobile, AL 2012 - 2016 Sr. Education Services Consultant HMH is a global learning company that specializes in pre-K-12 education content and services. I was hired to support a long-term, multi-million dollar project implementing a student information system that required in-depth knowledge of the application and school business processes. After completion of the project I learned both the front and back ends of several learning management systems and began performing configuration tasks and conducting training. I most recently developed expertise in several core subject area content programs and executed teacher professional development sessions. Global Scholar • Bellevue, WA 2010 – 2012 Education Analyst Global Scholar was an operating unit of Scantron based in Bellevue, Washington that developed, manufactured, licensed, and supported a wide range of products and services related to education. I was initially employed as a data conversion specialist but once management learned about my application expertise I was moved into the professional services department where I excelled at training not only customers but also colleagues on all aspects of the student management system we supported. My talent for communicating naturally with customers at all levels of technical expertise allowed me to work on some very high profile, complex projects. Sharon Eberlein Bristol Warren Regional School District • Bristol, RI 2009 - 2010 Information Systems Coordinator My experience with schools and related software helped me land this position and the only reason I left the job was to work in a more challenging environment with former colleagues who shared my professional aspirations. My favorite responsibility during this employment period was working with teachers and students who were involved in virtual high school classes. RINET • North Kingstown, RI 2006 - 2009 SIS Project Manager The management and staff of the Rhode Island Network for Educational Technology consortium were impressed with me while I worked with them on several student information system implementations so they offered me a position. This was a unique experience because it positioned me to collaborate as a customer instead of a vendor. I facilitated user group meetings in which problems both unique and shared were resolved collaboratively and collectively as a group. The help desk/training team I managed was top-notch and well respected by the Rhode Island school districts we supported. MAXIMUS • Mobile, AL 2001 - 2006 Implementation Specialist MAXIMUS is a global company that provides health and human services to communities around the world. My relationship with MAXIMUS started when my previous employer began reselling a student information system MAXIMUS had recently acquired. I accepted employment with MAXIMUS along with several colleagues and together we created a unified, customer focused support and training team in the Sacramento, CA office. I played a key role in informing the development team on customer requirements that enhanced the application and positively affected future sales. McAleer Computer Associates, Inc. • Mobile, AL 1996 – 2001 Student Information Project Coordinator McAleer Computer Associates Inc. was a local company specializing in school district budgetary accounting and payroll systems but also entered the resell arena with student information systems (SIS) and POS for school cafeterias. My first assignment was to write data conversion programs for the finance applications but I quickly progressed to leading a team responsible for all aspects of the SIS and POS system implementations. One of the most challenging tasks I completed was to create an Access database and write queries to update customer data in the SIS program. Education Ashford University, 2009 – 2014 Early Childhood Education (2 courses remaining to complete my BA) Southeast College of Technology, 1991 Associate of Science: Advanced Computer Programming University of South Alabama, 1984 - 1987 Concentration in Psychology, Philosophy and Mathematics
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