Robert Brubaker

Robert Brubaker

Work History

Work History
Aug 2004 - Present

Business and Computer Teacher

St David Public Schools

High School Business and Computer Teacher - Dual Credit Instructor - Online/Independent Learning Instructor

Developed and taught introductory to advanced level courses in eCommerce, webpage design, business marketing, digital/online yearbook, computer applications, and Computer Maintenance A+ Certification.  Participated in articulation meetings with Cochise College staff to incorporate dual credit courses in Computer Operating Systems/Repair (07), Business Marketing (08), and Web Page Design (10) into my curriculum.  I offered and taught CIS 140 and CIS 260 to my computer repair students, BUS 145 to my marketing students, and CIS 185 and CIS 287 to my web page design students.  My marketing and web page design classes are currently offered as blended/hybrid classes via WebStudy.

2001 - Present

Computer support, software, hardware, and low voltage installations

Computer Cowboys


  • Contracted network administrator/computer support specialist.Supported over 40 small businesses, including the City of Benson
  • Managed successful small business with four employees
  • Optimized available resources for projects by establishing and organizing in-house development processes to ensure resulting products met the needs of the company
  • Provided computer advice and technical support to consumers and small businesses
  • Trained and provided technical support for clerks and supervisors
  • Demonstrated high quality, results-driven, prompt, and professional customer service and support to instill confidence in technical advice and directions. Installed, configured, and updated server-based applications, including accounting systems and records databases.
1999 - Present

Associate Faculty - CIS

Cochise Community College

Computer Science Associate FacultyTaught introductory computer courses including; Introduction to the Microcomputer (CIS 116) and Introduction to Operating Systems (CIS 140) at the Benson Center.  Taught Service and Maintenance of Personal Computers (CIS 260).  Currently teaching dual enrollment classes consisting of Principles of Marketing (BUS 145), Introduction to the Microcomputer (CIS 116), and Internet Essentials (CIS 185).

1994 - 2004

Computer Teacher

Benson Public Schools

Computer Teacher

Developed lesson plans that met varied student needs, evaluated and assessed children's development, and implemented study methodologies to enhance children's progress. Attended teacher in-services and staff meetings, maintaining strong relationships with fellow staff and administrators. Created computer education curriculum, taught computer application, keyboarding and repair classes, and maintained over 100 Windows and Macintosh workstations.  Provided user support throughout the District.  Developed and conducted district technology employee training program.

1998 - 1998

Software Specialist

Arizona Electric Power Cooperative

Software Specialist Intern - Information ServicesCreated and maintained company web pages for Intranet. Created installation instructions and disks for retail ISP Cooperative customers. Conducted employee training on basic computer and Internet skills.


2001 - Present

Associates Degree in Computer Network Management

Cochise Community College

Associate Degree of Applied Science, Computer Network ManagementLearned the fundamentals of network administration: including, operating systems, computer applications, computer and printer repair, networking essentials and field experience. Earned UNIX Administration and Computer Troubleshooting certificates

1993 - Present

Teacher Certification

Prescott College

Completed requirements for Arizona K-8 Teaching Certification

2006 - 2007

Masters Degree

University of Phoenix

Masters of Information Systems

Applied information systems theory and principles to address real world business opportunities and challenges. I used innovative digital materials to understand the role of business systems within the organization, to understand and apply the principles of systems analysis and design, to analyze and evaluate information technologies, and to create project, risk, and information systems strategic plans.  Learning was entirely managed online, which I thoroughly enjoyed.  U of P's online delivery systems was excellent due to its strong hands-on, project-based method of instruction.