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Jill Coffey

jillcoffey@gmail.com
www.linkedin.com/in/jillcoffey
(415) 595-4626

Summary
• 10+ years of instructional design, education management, e-learning and curriculum development.
• Accomplished learning program design to meet all project, partner and delivery needs.
• Passion for leveraging technology to maximize time, impact, instructor and user experience.
• Proactive, creative problem-solving skills refined on complex, high-visibility, accelerated projects.

Work & Projects

2017-2019 Instructional Designer, Mosaic, San Francisco Bay Area


Full-time instructional design consultant on high-profile, technical training, state-
compliant projects for client Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), Training Academy.

• Created instructor-led, e-learning modules for custom PG&E employee Learning


Management System (LMS).
• Developed animation (whiteboard, character) and video-based learning products.
• Designed multimedia simulation modules with branching storylines.
• Studied content with subject-matter experts (SMEs) and team stakeholders.
• Analyzed client’s needs to adjust project scope and learning goals.
• Authored training manuals and learning aids for new technology applications.
• Researched guidance documents and policies to inform universal training content.
• Developed and edited 300+ page manuals and course documents.
• Managed multimedia development (filming, photoshoots, voice-over/studio
work).
• Conducted post-production editing and managed feedback loops with SMEs.
• Managed Train-the-Trainer (TTT) and pilot sessions.

2016-2017 Training Designer, Internship, StudyBlue, San Francisco


Designed a multimedia training and staff skills coaching plan for rapidly growing EdTech
company on Good Interviewing Skills: proper interview structure, recognizing and
avoiding legal pitfalls and bias in the interview process, writing appropriate questions,
communication skills. Mapped and aligned training with company policy, internal hiring
process and their Applicant Tracking System, Greenhouse.

2017 Usability Study for Online Training, Graduate Project, Wikiedu, San Francisco
Conducted a highly praised usability study for a Wikiedu.org online training platform for
college and university instructors. San Francisco State University's Masters in
Instructional Technologies program uses this project as an example for current students to
demonstrate high quality usability research. Highlights the full-scale heuristic and needs
assessment process, quantitative and qualitative research design, data collection &
analytics, facilitating user studies at sites, facilitating debriefing sessions, analyzing and
preparing professional research reports on teams.
2010-2015 Director, Berkeley Schools Volunteers (BSV) and Coordinator of Volunteers
Berkeley Public Schools Fund & Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD)
• Designed, authored and facilitated training for 100+ volunteer orientations for
community and specialized groups each year (PowerPoint, Adobe Suite.)
• Increased capacity & impact by over 200% by designing a blended online training
program.
• Responsible for 30+ partnerships and volunteer programs in all 20 Berkeley schools.
• Drafted the first volunteer policy for District HR, aligned with BSV program process
and compliant with California State EdCode and stakeholder needs.
• Served as the liaison between school staff and local universities, community groups
and volunteers to support partnerships, special events or programs.
• Recruited, interviewed, oriented and placed 1200+ volunteers annually with 160+
teacher/staff hosts across 20 sites.
• Reduced the annual BSV program budget by 20% by leveraging technology.

2008-2010 Program Administrator, Berkeley School Volunteers and Grants for Teachers
• Screened and managed data for 1200-2000 volunteers and 120 teachers+ annually.
• Customized CRM, eHandbooks and training; implemented web-based applications.
• Copy Editor for BSV communications (website, newsletters, recruitment postings).
• Liaison to Board of Directors and special committees on grant and volunteer
programs, branding and strategic planning and technology projects.
• Special event coordination and fundraising support $100,000+ annually.

2005 – 2007 Language-Arts Teacher, Skyline Senior High, Oakland Unified School District
• Recognized by the OUSD Assessment Department for 20% increase in student
performance in the first semester of instruction and “exceeds expectations” ratings
on all tenure evaluations.
• Managed 150+ students and portfolios in a low-performing, urban school. Cultivated
relationships with district staff and parents of diverse backgrounds.
• Trained and managed classroom aides.
• Partnered with local nonprofits and businesses to enhance curriculum.
• Pedagogy: student-centered, inquiry-based learning, project-based curriculum.
• My classroom mantra: "Greatness Exists where Greatness is Expected".

Skills & Technology


Adobe CC Vyond/GoAnimate Salesforce
Google Suite Captivate 8 Empower the User Greenhouse ATS
MS Office Suite Articulate 360 AuthorIt Blackboard
SharePoint Camtasia iBooks Authoring Snagit

Education

2016-2019 Masters in Education, Instructional Technologies (ITEC), San Francisco State University
(All coursework complete; pending approval of final project.)
2005-2007 English Single-Subject Teaching Credential, San Francisco State University
2000-2004 Bachelors in English Literature, Multicultural Education, San Francisco State University