Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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I am an enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based, and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team. Having 2 years experience in language interpreting throughout all my jobs, almost 4 years in field radio operations, with the United States Marine Corps with both technical, and physical tasks, and then most recently working as a sworn law enforcement officer.

Prior to enlisting in the United States Military, I developed skills in customer service while working at a higher class restaurant known as "The Cutting Board". During my time working here, I developed skills in customer service, teamwork, and culinary work, as I worked as both a cook, server and other food service related tasks. While working here, I was tasked in operating Grills, ovens, and computer systems used in calculating food totals, and entering food requests for parties between 10-30 in size. I worked as a server here as well during which I took specific orders for different kinds of individuals.

Most recently I worked as a Law Enforcement Officer for the city of Burlington NC as well as approximately a year in Modern Day Policing as a sworn law enforcement officer. As a law enforcement officer, I was tasked with the thorough interviewing, and investigation of various victims, witnesses, and suspects through the criminal justice process, as well as maintaining a high level of attention to detail in each area to ensure unit cohesion, and preparation for paperwork once it reaches court.

  • Safety protocol understanding
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Antenna setup
  • Documentation abilities
  • Relationship development
  • Planning and coordination
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Customer service
  • Basic Skills in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Processes.
  • Technical skills in paperwork processes and procedure.
  • Leadership from Policing
  • Language interpreter in various criminal cases.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English.
0621 Field Radio Operator, 11/2016 to Current
Chesterfield County, VaChesterfield, VA,
  • Received, logged and processed messages for use by [Various Battalion]s and [Regiments]s.
  • Used word processing, spreadsheet tracking and database software to track and report on activities and information.
  • Set up and tuned radio equipment, including antennas and power sources to handle field communication needs.
  • Established and maintained clear and secure contact with field personnel and specific locations.
  • Kept equipment working at optimal levels by inspecting components and completing repairs.
  • Improved customer satisfaction by finding creative solutions to problems.
  • Handled all delegated tasks, including [Inventory] and [Programming].
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
  • Updated frequencies and cryptographic codes, maintaining currency on required protocols.
Police Officer, 01/2019 to 06/2020
Central Lakes CollegeNisswa, MN,
  • Reviewed and evaluated evidence to determine validity and admissibility for court hearings.
  • Interviewed subjects, targets and witnesses for information verification and corroboration.
  • Monitored and investigated suspicions persons and situations and unusual activities.
  • Investigated criminal and traffic offenses.
  • Wrote detailed arrest and accident reports.
  • Responded quickly to dispatch, taking appropriate action at crime and disaster scenes.
  • Instructed suspects on field sobriety tests, and used portable [Breathalyzer] equipment to perform tests.
  • Served active warrants and subpoenas.
  • Mediated domestic-related disturbances and protected victims from harm.
  • Acted as a form of Intervention with various individuals dealing with Mental health, and cognitive impairments, as well as referring them to each perspective intervention program which include but are not limited to (DSS, ACT Teams, APS, CPS, Counseling Services, etc.)
  • Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports.
Cook/, 01/2014 to 12/2018
The Cutting BoardCity, STATE,
  • Set up and performed initial prep work for food items such as soups, sauces and salads.
  • Established and maintained open, collaborative relationships with kitchen team to maximize efficiency.
  • Maintained consistent quality and high accuracy when preparing identical dishes every day.
  • Sanitized food preparation areas, grills and equipment to avoid cross-contamination from raw items.
  • Created nutritious, safe, visually appealing, innovative and properly prepared and flavored food.
  • Garnished and arranged dishes into creative presentations to delight patrons.
  • Modified standard recipes to account for ingredient issues or customer requests, including allergen concerns.
  • Replenished food items from inventory and rotated ingredients to use oldest products first.
Server, 01/2014 to 12/2018
The Cutting BoardCity, STATE,
  • Operated POS terminals to input orders, split bills and calculate totals.
  • Recommended daily specials, wine selections and desserts to guide patrons toward more profitable items.
  • Managed closing duties, including restocking items and reconciling cash drawer.
  • Cleaned dining area between guests with efficient sweeping, glass washing and spill removal.
  • Satisfied customers by keeping drinks topped off and anticipating needs such as condiments and extra napkins.
  • Prepared salads and appetizers to back up kitchen staff.
  • Completed opening and closing checklists, including emptying trash, safeguarding alcohol and polishing silverware.
  • Promoted desserts, appetizers and specialty drinks.
  • Arranged each place setting attractively and verified all items were clean and free from water spots and chips.
  • Communicated with event coordinators to verify appropriate and adequate accommodations for larger parties.
  • Requested photo identification from patrons ordering alcoholic beverages to verify legal age of consumption.
  • Washed buffet, restaurant and banquet items, including silverware, dishes, cooking utensils, equipment and displays.
  • Greeted newly seated guests quickly and efficiently.
  • Maintained polite and professional demeanor to patrons to encourage inquiries and order placements.
  • Explained menu options to guests, offered suggestions and took orders for food and beverages.
  • Prepared both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as specified by patrons, consistently delivering to tables or bar without spillage.
  • Calculated charges, issued table checks and collected payments from customers.
  • Maintained knowledge of current menu items, garnishes, ingredients and preparation methods.
  • Served plated dinners, buffet-style dinners and passed hors d'oeuvres for parties of 10] to [30].
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2016
Williams High School - Burlington NC,
Credit Hours: , Expected in 2019
Alamance Community College - Graham, NC

12 hours completed

The Criminal Justice Program, consisting of one full time semester with three separate classes worth four credit hours each. These classes include, Criminal Law, Psychology, and American History 1.

Activities and Honors

Hard Working Family Christian Man. Respectful, kind and honest at all times of the day. Volunteered for the Citizens Police Academy, an educational program, that brings awareness to ordinary citizens about the modern day requirements of a police officer. Volunteered in the Marine Corps color guard for Military Funeral Services. Is a part of a small Christian small group out of Lamp's Chapel in Burlington NC.



- 0621 Field Radio Operator, 0622 Digital Wideband Transmission Equipment Operator.

- Basic Law Enforcement Training

- Basic Marine Corps Rifleman

- Secret Clearance through the United States Marine Corps

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