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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Bright and research-oriented Geologist focused on gathering information and analyzing data. Energetic and hands-on with ability to identify minerals, rocks, plants and fossils, able perform analytical studies, and complete field work. Ready to tackle any challenge with positive attitude.

  • Safety and compliance
  • Student Leadership
  • Technical drawing, mapping skills, with research and design methods
  • Mineral, Rock, Plant & Fossil Identification
  • Windows & Mac Operating Systems, ArcGIS Pro, Google Earth Pro, and GeolMapDataExtractor
  • Work Effectively in Team-Oriented, Collaborative Environment
  • Field Mapping & Field Equipment Familiarity including Maps, Compasses, & GPS
  • Fieldwork experience and comprehensive lab research
  • MS Office certified and proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access
Work History
Assayer, 04/2019 to Current
Capital Senior LivingElkhorn, NE,
  • Evaluated precious and semi-precious stones to define value properties, using chemical solutions and chemical and laboratory equipment, like furnaces, beakers, graduates, pipettes, and crucibles
  • Separated metals or other components from dross materials by solution, flotation, or other liquid processes, or by dry methods, like application of heat to from slags of lead, borax and other impurities
  • Weighed residues on balance scale for defining proportion of pure gold, silver, platinum, or other metals or components
Gems and Minerals Intern, 10/2020 to 05/2021
Perot Museum Of Nature And ScienceCity, STATE,
  • Used geological knowledge to provide the public regarding the museum, permanent collection and incoming exhibits.
  • Worked directly with the Gems and Mineral Hall director; attending to the care and display of The Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall
  • Responsible for researching the permanent gems and minerals collection to create 24 geology related educational programming
  • Worked to organize and digitize the collections record under the Dana System of Mineralogy
Resident Assistant, 01/2021 to 05/2021
The University Of Texas At ArlingtonCity, STATE,
  • Encouraged community atmosphere by implementing educational and social programs.
  • Attended, participated and contributed to monthly staff meetings addressing resident needs.
  • Enforced and implemented all university and campus housing policies.
  • Counseled peers on career, academic and personal concerns.
  • Led by example through mature behavior consistent with university regulations and rules.
  • Increased interest to geology by creating 14 educational programs and 10 social geology programs
Consumables Team Member, 09/2018 to 05/2019
TargetCity, STATE,
  • Educated customers about consumables products and gained exemplary product knowledge.
  • Stocked 1800 piece truck and faced supplies during store open hours while being available to customers.
  • Maintained cleanliness and in-stock position within work areas and became cross-trained and assisted in other areas.
  • Prioritized helping customers over completing other routine tasks in store.
  • Volunteered for extra shifts during holidays and other busy periods to alleviate staffing shortages.
  • Worked with diligence to regularly meet or exceed special targets, including credit card applications, special donations and specific product promotions.
  • Increased daily sales goals since hired
  • Took initiative to create 6 new end-caps to increase sales
Bachelor of Science: Geology, Expected in 05/2022 to The University of Texas At Arlington - Arlington, TX
  • Elected secretary of The University of Texas at Arlington Geosociety
  • Coursework in Mineralogy, Structural Geology, Paleontology, Sedimentology & Stratigraphy, Petrology & Geochemisty, Hydrology, Field Camp, GIS, Remote Sensing, Data Analysis, and Spacial Data
  • Minored in Biology
  • Received Patricia and Charles Jenkins Endowed Scholarship
  • Receiving GIS Certification in May 2022
  • Studying for the National Association of State Boards of Geology GIT Fundamentals exam in March 2022
  • Frequently travel out to geological locations to practice field work and collect field samples
Associate of Arts: , Expected in 05/2017 to Houston Community College - Houston, TX
  • Dean's List Fall and Spring semester in 2016
  • Concurrent Enrollment started Sophomore Summer (June 2015) of high school
  • Received Associates before High School Diploma
  • Received MS Office Certification & Proficiency Including Excel, Word, Access, and PowerPoint

Geological Society of America Member

American Institute of Professional Geologist Member

  • ASBOG Fundamentals Exam Training (In progress)
  • GIS Certification (In progress)
  • MS Office Certification
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training (In progress)
Additional Information

I have finished 74 hours of intense geological studies, I am just two classes away from receiving my GIS certification. These two classes are completely online and I am willing and able to relocate.

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School Attended

  • The University of Texas At Arlington
  • Houston Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Assayer
  • Gems and Minerals Intern
  • Resident Assistant
  • Consumables Team Member


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Arts

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