Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Experienced CPL and Infantryman offering 9+ years of experience with United States Army. Solid communication, planning and problem-solving abilities. Outstanding team collaboration, leadership and operational skills. Hardworking well-qualified combat professional in regards to maintaining equipment, completing patrols and briefing leadership. Knowledgeable about risk, safety gear and terrain assessments. Demonstrated success in training team members, conducting evaluations and reviewing records. Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational skills. Safety-driven and disciplined with a remarkable work ethic.

  • Patrolling areas was key for an 11 Bravo. we patrolled daily for the year we were out there gathering intelligence on the communities, people, resources, and possible threats.
  • Proficient in the handling, maintaining and use of various weapon systems such as the standard issue M4, M9 Berretta, M249, M240, M2 50 cal, MK19 automatic grenade launcher, 25mm cannon, and the m203 and m320 grenade launcher.
  • Maintaining equipment from personal issued gear to anything assigned specifically to my squad from weapons, vehicles, thermals and night vision optics and ammunition.
  • Training expertise in regard to completing both 11 Bravo and 19 Delta school and all of the requirements they entail.
  • Carried and maintained Secret security clearance without issue or loss.
  • Managing PPE not only issued to me but to my team.
  • Assessing risks was a skill developed over time, which allowed me to become more proficient as a team leader in regards to making the right decisions to mitigate loss.
  • Briefing leadership was a daily task whether it was in regards to my team's readiness or for specifics on mission details ranging from planning to execution and completion.
  • Identifying hazards was not role specific but I made it a habit in my life. It was every soldiers job to keep a watchful eye and report anything that seem out of the ordinary so this became second nature especially to me, which led to the successful finding of a hidden weapons cache in the side of a mountain in Afghanistan.
  • Safety guidelines was a major topic for me as a team leader. Its was one thing to be in a combat zone, but another to operate as close to safe as possible as to mitigate any potential harm. It was my responsibility to ensure that my soldiers were always practicing weapon discipline, handling any and all equipment as instructed by my superiors and taking care of their physical and physiological well being as well.
  • As a team leader, it was my responsibility to train, supervise and execute all commands given to my team and I. This could range from something as simple as making sure a vehicle is mission ready to planning mission briefs to my men and those included within the mission.
  • Problem resolution is a key skill I have developed over the years. I have learned that it is imperative that when going into any situation it is best to have as much detail as possible. This has allowed me to see most situations with a broaden perspective allowing for me to devise contingency plans for most issues that could arise.
  • Another skill that I believe is very important is that of being physically in shape. Over the years I have learned how important it is to remain as best a shape as possible. This will allow for a more confident and less stressful execution of any assignment given.
Work History
12/2010 to 12/2015 11 Bravo Infantryman Bmi Hospitality Management | Poulsbo, WA,
  • Responded to emergencies with speed, efficiency and knowledgeable assistance.
  • Trained over 200 fellow soldiers to develop warfighting and defense capabilities.
  • Realized 100% accuracy in inventory count of $3,000,000 in weapons, equipment and vehicles daily for combat group during extended deployment to forward operating area.
  • Briefed Battle space owners and leadership on readiness, equipment status and enemy locations on a daily basis to enable sound decision making.
  • Advised PRT on operations, intelligence and risk assessments in daily briefings.
  • Supervised more than $3,000,000 in high-value equipment, maintaining zero loss record over the 12 months deployed and beyond.
  • Taught personnel to mitigate environmental hazards and properly use personal protective equipment such as chem gear for battle scenarios.
  • Patrolled designated coverage areas and evaluated terrain for defensive use.
  • Produced reports on equipment status, incidences, personnel readiness and intelligence for superiors on weekly or daily basis.
  • Devoted special emphasis to punctuality and worked to maintain outstanding attendance record, consistently arriving to work ready to start immediately.
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
01/2013 to 07/2013 Security Guard Securitas | City, STATE,
  • Scanned incoming and outgoing personnel and packages using hand-held wands and x-ray machinery to protect building, assets and individuals.
  • Watched different facility areas from central location via different CCTV feeds, obtaining maximum coverage of important areas.
  • Remained calm, assertive and mindful to think critically and problem solve during stressful situations.
  • Responded quickly to incidents and assessed active situations for security concerns.
  • Recorded observations and occurrences and interviewed witnesses to complete and submit incident report.
  • Interacted assertively but non-confrontationally with all levels of personnel and general public.
  • Operated handheld metal detector and other surveillance devices to screen individuals entering facility.
  • Adhered to established procedures and posted orders to enforce company rules, policies and regulations to general public.
12/2006 to 12/2010 19D Cavalry Scout Army National Guard | City, STATE,
  • Assisted with safe transport of several vehicles for about a 120-man unit.
  • Operated wheeled and tracked vehicles and communications equipment, including Humvee's, Bradley fighting vehicles, ASIP radios, SINCGAR radio, and night vision and infrared equipment.
  • Conducted inventory reports valued at over $1,000,000 with no discrepancies.
  • Verified inventory computations by comparing to physical counts of stock and investigated and adjusted discrepancies and errors.
Expected in 2013 High School Diploma | Massachusetts Hiset, Lawrence, MA GPA:
Expected in No Degree | Biblical Studies North Point Bible College, Haverhill, MA, GPA:

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