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

Motivated veteran who recently transitioned out of the Army. Four years of leadership experience across three major organizations in two Countries. Have built successful and diverse teams to overcome complicated obstacles while working in a high stress environment. Experienced in managing and training individuals and organizations, and in maintaining and tracking valuable assets and property. Looking for opportunities to continue leading and develop subordinates.

Skills
  • Wages and salary
  • Recruitment
  • Resource planning
  • Employee relations
  • Pre-employment screening
  • Training and development
  • Conflict resolution
  • File and records management
  • Project management
  • Staff supervision
  • Data entry
  • Team building
  • Time management
  • Strategic planning
  • Scheduling
  • Training
  • MS Office
  • Cash management
  • Leadership Experience
  • HAZMAT training and certifications
  • Proficient with aseptic work
Education
Texas A&M University College Station, TX Expected in 08/2015 Bachelor of Science : Microbiology - GPA :
Lewis Palmer Monument, CO, Expected in 05/2011 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Work History
Veterans Health Administration - Assistant Human Resources Officer
Fort Mcpherson, GA, 07/2019 - 01/2020
  • Oversaw Soldier in-processing to the organization, ensuring they had everything needed to be effective members of their new teams.
  • Received, compiled, and vetted applications for leadership positions from officers inside and outside of the organization.
  • Tracked Soldier deployability; managed an up to date list of which individuals in my organization were not currently able to deploy overseas based on family issues, injuries, and illnesses.
  • Functioned as a liaison between the Soldiers on staff and the commanders of subordinate units ensuring the effective flow of information, and a rapid acknowledgement and solution of problems.
Saic - Platoon Leader
Orient, NY, 10/2018 - 07/2019
  • Was responsible for a hazard assessment platoon consisting of myself and 31 subordinates, wherein I managed roughly $10 million of government property.
  • Managed all platoon administration, including drafting operational orders and soldier evaluations.
  • Created and maintained a training calendar 60 for the next 60 days.
  • Ordered, unloaded, sorted and tracked supplies and equipment needed for unit activities.
  • Updated and filed supply records and forms.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Maintained accurate inventory of all assigned equipment.
  • Reviewed disciplinary and other adverse actions and made recommendations.
  • Prepared subordinates for future professional success through mentorship, assistance in completing undergraduate classes, and sending them to advanced military training opportunities.
Glacier Bancorp - Assistant Operations Officer
Ammon, ID, 07/2017 - 10/2018
  • Managed all aspects of administrative and personnel needs of ground supply operations.
  • Rated one subordinate, and senior rated one subordinate.
  • Managed and accounted for roughly $15 million of government property.
  • Assisted in the planning and overseeing of the transition of the organization from light infantry to armor. This change required a near complete change in personnel, equipment, policies, and procedures.
  • Trained over 600 Soldiers on how to protect themselves in a contaminated environment, and properly communicate information about it to higher echelons to both protect other Soldiers, and get assistance to them as fast as possible.
  • Managed monthly classified reports detailing the status of the organizations manning, training, equipment, and maintenance.
  • Managed assignments for daily staff duty officer, ensuring schedules are posted at least 30 days out, and that each posted date works for the assigned individual. Updated these plans to reduce impact, and increase effectiveness.
4-2 Attack Recconaisance Battalion, U.S. Army - Assistant Operations Officer
City, STATE, 01/2016 - 06/2017
  • Directed collection, organization and application of field intelligence and combat data to enhance troop safety and operational success.
  • Trained over 500 Soldiers in how to protect themselves in a contaminated environment, and to properly relay information about it so as to protect other Soldiers, and aid in support coming to them.
  • Conducted the 2nd Infantry Division's first decontamination operation of an AH-64D Apache attack helicopter, and was observed by the deputy commanding general.
  • Formed the first policy for proper decontamination of an AH-64D Apache, which would go on to form the basis for the Division policy for all aircraft decontamination.
  • Prepared monthly classified reports detailing the unit's status in regards to its preparedness to fight against a potential North Korean Invasion.
  • Integrated a diverse staff consisting of U.S. Soldiers of varying ethnicities, and integrated Korean Soldiers in to a cohesive and effective working environment.

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School Attended

  • Texas A&M University
  • Lewis Palmer

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  • Assistant Human Resources Officer
  • Platoon Leader
  • Assistant Operations Officer
  • Assistant Operations Officer

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • High School Diploma

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