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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

My goal is to provide my strong work ethics to your team to ensure a smooth transition through HR processes and procedures. Bringing my highly effective interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with diverse personalities in a tactful, mature, and professional manner to represent your company in a positive manner. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) military professional with 3 years of experience in government logistics, 3 years of Administrative and Training experience. Highly organized, take-charge professional. Consistently shows a high level of commitment in doing the job right the first time by completing project deadlines.

Skills
  • Possess a Secret Security Clearance
  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) Speak, Read, Write
  • Attention to detail
  • Time Management
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access
  • Strong work ethic
  • Customer service
  • Leadership
  • Active listening
  • Working collaboratively
  • Memo preparation
  • Travel administration
  • Sensitive material handling
  • Dedicated team player
  • Multitasking and prioritization
Experience
01/2018 to 01/2021 Administrative and Training NCO Amazon | South Lyon, MI,
  • Manages and maintains soldier personnel records using multiple programs SIDPERS (Standard Installation and Division Personnel Reporting System), IPERMS (Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System) and DTMS (Digital Training Management System), IPPS-A (Intregrated Personnel and Pay System).
  • Updates and uploads data into DTMS, SIB-X, SIDPERS, IPERMS, IPPS-A to reflect the most accurate information for the unit.
  • Processes all Pay actions through MUPs and IPPS-A, to include travel arrangements using DTS (Defense Travel System).
  • Assists other FTS (Full Time Staff) on daily duties when on leave or TDY (Temporary Duty Assignment).
  • Conducts monthly Unit Prevention (Unit drug testing) for the unit as the Unit Prevention Leader, flawless urinalysis collections.
  • Processes a variety of discharge, separation and transfer and promotion packets for soldiers.
  • Assists soldiers with submitting Government Travel Card and creating Defense Travel System accounts.
  • Utilizing 91B MOS to assist with the maintenance of vehicles in Motor pool in between drill periods and work orders.
07/2017 to 01/2018 Intel Analyst, DEA Yale-New Haven Health | Waterford, CT,
  • Create data charts and maps for presentation to other Special Agents, Investigators and the Assistant United States Attorney.
  • Processing, analyzing and disseminating Law Enforcement sensitive information.
  • Data management gather Intel and assist in multiple cases at once.
03/2016 to 09/2016 Logistics Specialist Regional Alignment Of Forces Mission (Active Duty) | City, STATE,
  • Delivered over 2000 gallons of diesel fuel to 5 contracted non-tactical vehicles that maneuvered beyond 70,000 miles in treacherous terrains.
  • This directly impacted the sustainment of over 350 missions in LOGPAC operations delivered to more than 28 Soldiers assigned with Team Jaguar commerce integrated with Hondurans soldiers.
  • Successfully completed over 20 different types of work orders on 12 different locations, overseeing the completion of each job.
  • Resourcefulness, sound judgment, and communication with DynCorp International organization contributed to the success of supporting 3 teams of 20 soldiers at a time that were refitting.
  • This aided in their ability to continue developing POI’s and training schedules for their next iterations of events to host nation soldiers.
  • Cross-trained senior sergeants in primary MOS (92Y).
  • Professional knowledge and attention to detail allowed them to utilize taught skills to enhance the daily staff battle rhythm.
  • Serving in an E5 position, assisted, coordinated, and collaborated through skills as a Spanish interpreter with multiple Task Force elements and Host Nation militants.
  • This allowed for successful ground and air movement support to resupply 21,000 rounds of A071 to Team Caballeria in Jutiapa, Guatemala.
  • These movements were instrumental in daily operations, serving as a force multiplier with local civilians during multifunction mission with the Command and Control element throughout support of RAF 16.
  • Daily, coordinated the movement of supplies for 10 different organizations throughout Central AmJessica.
  • Conducted 14 NCODP sessions covering topics from 7 different MOS's with the intent do broaden each Soldier's knowledge.
  • Assisted in planning and developing the redeployment plan for all five-maneuver elements of Task Force Caiman.
  • Prepared over $3,000,000.00 worth of equipment for shipment from Central AmJessica to HS.
  • With 100% accountability returned to HS.
  • Served as a liaison to the 437 Airlift Wing, 401 LRC, DynCorp, DFAC Company and ARSOUTH regarding logistic matters.
  • Manage the daily operations to include planning, scheduling, managing projects, and conducting research of local area for meal deliveries.
  • Responsible for compiling and maintaining daily data reports on all equipment, vehicles, movements, personnel, and meals.
05/2014 to 01/2018 Unit Supply Clerk U.S. Army, Florida National Guard | City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability, of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Schedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons, vehicles and other sensitive items.
  • Operates unit level computer (ULC) using new system software to dispatch vehicles and maintain accountability of equipment.
  • Post transactions to property books and transaction files, initiates financial liability investigations of property loss (FLIPL).
  • Planned, coordinated and executed the logistics for Annual Training 3 years in a row.
  • Ensured 100% accountability for all items needed for the full 2 weeks of Annual Training.
  • Supervised all supply logistical needs for 80 Soldiers during Annual Training.
  • Projected supplies and equipment needed for new fiscal year.
  • Created a new physical fitness-training program for Soldiers to conduct monthly and during Annual Training.
Education and Training
Expected in 01/2022 Associate of Arts | Marketing Management And Research Florida International University, Miami, FL, GPA:
Expected in Associate of Arts | Business Administration And Management University Of South Florida, Sarasota, FL, GPA:
  • 4.0 GPA
Expected in 03/2016 Associate of Arts | Business Administration And Management Hillsborough Community College , Ruskin, FL, GPA:
  • 3.5 GPA
Certifications
  • Criminal Analyst Phase 1 (48 hours)
  • Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic- 91B MOS Army (6 weeks)
  • Tactical Power Generator Specialist- 91D MOS Army (4 weeks)
  • Unit Supply Specialist- 92Y MOS Army (8 weeks)
  • Unit Prevention Leader certified (30 hours)
  • Basic Leader Course (3 weeks)
  • Sling Load Inspector Certification (40 hours)
  • Low Cost Low Altitude Certification (8 hours)
  • Recovery Operations – Wheeled (128 hours)
  • Army National Guard Unit Admin Training NCO (40 hours)
  • HIPAA Certified

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School Attended

  • Florida International University
  • University Of South Florida
  • Hillsborough Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Administrative and Training NCO
  • Intel Analyst, DEA
  • Logistics Specialist
  • Unit Supply Clerk

Degrees

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Arts

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