Lawrence E. Moore, Jr.

14026 Long Meadow Drive  Houston, TX 77047  281.222.5773 

Career Profile
Results-oriented, highly skilled and hard-working professional with 10 years of diverse experience as a Science
Teacher, Basketball Coach, Learning Community Coordinator, Leasing Consultant and Teaching Assistant.
Proactive and multi-functional with expertise in development of Chemistry and Integrated Physics curriculum.
Successful Team Leader with demonstrated success in supervision of residents in university housing facility
and residential complex ensuring facilitation of educational programs, compliance with safety and fire
regulations, and conflict resolution and crisis intervention to ensure a secure environment. Collaborative and
detail-oriented professional with excellent communications and interpersonal abilities; builds rapport to
ensure a cohesive environment, positive client relations and customer service.
 Educator/Teacher/Tutor
 Curriculum Planning/Management
 Team Leader/Motivator
 Staff Supervision/Coaching
 Advisor/Subject Matter Consultant
 Budgeting/Cost Controls
 Program Management
 Communications
 Sports Coach

FBISD and HISD 2008 – Present
Science Teacher/Coach
Teacher aligning lessons with the TEKS to ensure student understanding of science concepts. Responsible
creation and evaluation of assignments. Administration of state mandated tests including TAKS and STAAR.
Basketball Coach responsible for interviewing, hiring and managing auxiliary workers during season and team
Major Achievements:
 Assisted in curriculum planning for Chemistry and Integrated Physics and Chemistry.
 Planned and organized school events including Homecoming and Freshman Orientation.
 Sponsor of Student Council and Peer Assistance and Leadership and other clubs.
 Audio/Visual Specialist for Football Team.

Prairie View A&M University 2007 – 2008
Learning Community Coordinator
Responsible for on-site supervision of the 102 residents in housing facility and oversight of the entire
residential complex ensuring housing facility was in compliance with all fire and safety regulations.
Major Achievements:
 Hired and supervised student staff and customer service technicians providing training, scheduling,
and performance management ensuring all payroll, pre-employment and other documentation was
complete and in compliance with federal laws.
 Facilitated the educational programs throughout the residential complex.
 Provided conflict resolution and crisis intervention to ensure a safe and secure environment,
adherence to policies, and resolution of any student disciplinary issues, providing detailed reports to
management of any violations.
 Apprised management of any maintenance issues of the facility required to keep it in optimum
working order.

The Arbors of Sam Houston 2004 - 2007
Leasing Consultant/Maverick
Managed leasing of apartments to prospective residents, and encouraged renewal for current residents,
handling all documentation and explanation of lease agreement, assisted with resident conflicts.
Major Achievements:
 Recommended solutions to improve property to optimal condition.
 Planned and organized educational and social events to promote the property and attract non-
residents and encourage residency.
 Managed Mavericks Team for specific events, created work schedule and edited the community

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Sam Houston State University 2003 – 2006
Teaching Assistant – Chemistry Department
Demonstrated proper laboratory procedures for students and monitored and assisted them in completion of
Major Achievements:
 Enforced safety rules during all experiments and graded student assignments.
 Maintained MSDS sheets for all chemicals used during experiments.

 Revitalized and expanded a Mentoring Program through the Peer Assistance and Leadership Program
at Willowridge High School in Fort Bend Independent School District for at-risk students at Ridgegate,
Briargate, and Ridgemont Elementary Schools.


 University of St. Thomas – Master’s Degree in Educational Administration – In Progress with expected
Graduation in August 2014

 Sam Houston State University – Bachelor of Science in Biology with Minor in Chemistry, 2006
o Peer Reviewed Research of Metal Organic Compounds
 trans-Diaquabis(N,N'-dimethylethane-1,2-diamine-[kappa]2N,N')nickel(II) dichloride
dehydrate - Acta Cryst. (2006). E62, m2342-m2344
o Student Research Assistant, Chemistry Department and Biology Department
o Assistant Historian, J.C. Stallings Chemistry Society
o Tutor, Chemistry Department
o Volunteer, Biology Department

 John Foster Dulles High School – Diploma, 2001