2020 Census Bureau Office Clerk resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary

Highly motivated professional with over 15 years of experience in higher education. Excellent reputation for resolving problems, improving learning tools, student success, managing employees, purchasing and maintaining inventory, developing areas and driving overall operational improvements.

Work History
2020 Census Bureau Office Clerk, 03/2020 to Current
US Census BureauCity, STATE,
  • Loaded, unloaded and moved material to and from storage and production areas
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time
  • Contributed to team results in a fast-paced office and call center
  • Followed all policies, regulations, dress codes and schedules
  • Increased customer satisfaction by resolving questions about customer's job application status
  • Contributed to successful meeting office quota of selecting participants to work Census 2020
Chemical Health Intern, 12/2019 to 02/2020
Genesis RecoveryCity, STATE,
  • Co-facilitated group therapy sessions and observed individual diagnostic assessments and completed a chemical health diagnostic assessment
  • Led therapy group, delivering Ujjayi breathing exercises which is a practical tool to regulate the body's nervous system. Managed cooperation among group members to achieve energy, sound, and synergy of all who participated
  • Learned how to complete chemical health assessments with minimal supervision, contributing to successful treatment plans
Assistant Professor of Fine Art, Photography, 02/2004 to 05/2019
The University Of MinnesotaCity, STATE,
  • Darkroom Management: Spearheaded the development of the alternative process labs & equipment through grant money and tech fees. Managed a reoccurring budget for darkroom supplies. Updated the darkroom and alternative process lab's quality control with regards to MSDS and ADA, to meet compliance requirements .
  • Coursework: Taught 4 to 6 courses per semester. Coordinated with the area team in developing courses that fit our prioritized initiatives. Developed and taught students safe, reproducible, and creative chemistry use in the darkroom labs. Planned and prepared for on-location and studio shoots; shoots in controlled lab & in remote environments. Taught lighting set up and prepared props, collaborated with students to set up the area for photography sessions. Developed and maintained a course website for all courses.
  • Employee Management: Collaborated with financial officer to hire staff for figure drawing modeling and the photography lab techs. Managed the training, schedules and budgets for the models. Managed the training, supervising and monitoring of the lab techs.
  • Image & Website Management: Uploaded images, artistic and technical image manipulation in CC Photoshop and Bridge, created website to upload videos & assignments for 24 hour viewing. Archived images on computers and servers.
Interim Photography Coordinator, 09/1998 to 05/1999
Hibbing Community CollegeCity, STATE,
  • In an interim position, taught photographic composition, B&W Darkroom Processes I & II, and Color Slide Development, 3 courses per semester
  • Managed the B&W and color slide darkrooms and supplies. Equipped and organized the darkroom to comply with the university strategy for safety and quality controls
  • Higher Education and Leadership: program evaluation, curriculum development, student affairs, student groups, welcome events, community connections, committee work, program development, course development, grant writing, collaboration, supervise, hire, train, motivate, problem solve and takes initiative
  • Technology and Programs: PowerPoint presentations, Dreamweaver course website, CC, Photoshop, Bridge, Dreamweaver, Google, Outlook, Epson drivers, printing & scanning, mac based computer/lab top set up & trouble shoot, PC experience, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, budgets, spreadsheets, file types and resizing images
  • Teaching: design & implement college courses and workshops, digital capture, digital printing, digital and analog cameras, 19th century cameras, 19th century chemicals, cyanotype, salt prints, created an "Alternative Process Workflow", history of cameras & photography, painting, drawing, 2D design, introduction to art, critical theory, creating across discipline, modernism, post-modernism, color theory and studio lighting equipment
  • Darkroom Management: chemical mixing and disposal, safety regulations, trained/supervised lab assistants, hiring contractors to build light tables and collaborating with crews
  • Wellness and Counseling: addiction studies, chemical health, healthy living, mindfulness techniques, ujjayi breath exercises, and motivational interviewing
  • Collaboration with a variety of teams to bring about a solid accredited arts program within the UMD systems and with partners outside of the university system. Some of those teams I served on are: School of Fine Art's Studio Track, School of Fine Art's Photography Area, School of Fine Art's Annual Student Exhibition, School of Fine Art's Change Team, Duluth Art Institute on the UMD Photography Students' Emerging Photographers Exhibition at the DAI, Environmental Health and Safety Team With builder(s) for equipment builds and repair in the darkroom.
  • Community Engagement: Organized a special visiting artist event with collaborative team, Robert and Shauna ParkeHarrison, to visit the UMD campus for a lecture, a Q and A at the Tweed Museum of Art, a workshop delivered at the Duluth Art Institute and a farm to table dinner party for the visiting artists and students hosted by the Food Farm family.
Master of Fine Arts: Fine Arts , Expected in
Louisiana State University And A&M College - Baton Rouge, LA
  • Dissertation: Unraveled and Bound
  • Graduated with 3.861 GPA
  • Coursework in contemporary art, art theory and criticism, painting, installation & sculpture, photography, psychology and cultural theory, European art history and American sculpture.
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Fine Arts, Expected in
University of Minnesota - Duluth - Duluth, MN
  • Graduated cum laude
  • Graduated with 3.461 GPA
  • Dean's list: Spring 1988, Fall 1988, Winter 1989, Spring 1989, Summer 1989, Fall 1989, Summer 1990, and Spring 1991
  • Majored in drawing and painting.

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School Attended

  • Louisiana State University And A&M College
  • University of Minnesota - Duluth

Job Titles Held:

  • 2020 Census Bureau Office Clerk
  • Chemical Health Intern
  • Assistant Professor of Fine Art, Photography
  • Interim Photography Coordinator


  • Master of Fine Arts
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts

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