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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Driven and resourceful administrative professional with ten + years of experience assisting with work of high-achieving executives. Track record supporting professional needs with well-organized precision. Successfully manages high-volume workloads in rapidly changing environments. Detail-oriented administrative professional with superb people-skills and public relations experience. Business-savvy with excellent decision-making skills. Enthusiastic supervisor eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of mentoring, leading, and training in teamwork. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in business management.

Skills
  • LEADERESHIP
  • TEAM BUILDING
  • SUPERVISING SUBORDINATES
  • SECURITY CLEARANCE
  • TRAINED IN DEFENSIVE TACTICS
  • REPORT WRITING
  • EFFICENCY
  • TRAINING AND MENTORING
  • VERBAL AND WRITTIEN COMMUNICATION
  • WEAPONS TRAINING
  • SNCO CAREER COURSE
  • HELICOPTER ROPE SUSPENSION MASTER
  • SERGEANTS COURSE
  • MARINE COMBAT INSTRUCTOR OF WATER SURVIVAL
  • DRILL INSTRUCTOR
  • CORPORALS COURSE
  • CLC2S OPERATOR
  • ARMORY PROC
  • WAREHOUSING OPS
  • CORRECTIONS SUPERV
  • FOOD SERVICE FUNDS
  • PHYSEC SPEC
  • MT OPERATOR: NCO
  • MIMMS
  • LOG/EMBARK SPEC
  • SOLID STATE DEVICES
  • LEGAL ADMIN CLERK
  • DESERT OPS
  • ORDER WRITING CLERK
  • PISTOL MARKSMANSHIP
  • SASO
  • WARFIGHTING
  • WEAPONS
  • LEADERSHIP
  • BASIC GRAMMAR
  • SGTS PROGRAM
  • MILITARY STUDIES
  • WARFIGHTING TACTICS
  • WARFIGHTING TECH
  • MARINE ELECTRICIAN
  • LAND NAVIGATION
  • COUNSELING MARINES
  • PRIN INSTR FOR NCO
  • SEMPER FIT BAS
  • PERSONAL FINANCE
  • BULK FUEL SPECIALIST
  • LEADING MARINES
  • BULK FUEL SPECIALIST
  • MARINE COMBAT TRAINING
Work History
02/2020 to Current
Assistant Marine Officer Instructor USMC At University Of New Mexico City, STATE,

-Supervised the professional development and training of all future Navy and Marine Corps Officers assigned to the unit.
-Served as the Senior enlisted advisor to the MOI and ROTC unit and assist the MOI and Battalion Operations Officer to develop annual training and all scheduling during the Fall, Spring and Summer academic terms.
-Served as armory custodian and ensure accountability for weapons IAW policy.
-Served as the SACO for all urinalysis testing in accordance with MCO 5300.17A.
-Supervised all Marine Corps related administrative functions including but not limited to: commissioning packages, aviation packages, monthly, quarterly, and immediate numbers reports, scholarship packages, semester status reports, leave requests, request chits, OCS travel arrangements and all information within the student records.
-Coordinate and supervise all OCS preparatory training including but not limited to: academics, FTX's, conditioning hikes, land navigation, LRC, SULE, COD, o-course's, weapons handling, semi-annual PFT, CFT and swim.

-Faculty educator for Naval Science 101 at the University of New Mexico.

-Supervised and evaluated the administrative readiness of 45 Midshipman's, six OC's, and three MECEP's students apart of Naval Science ROTC at the University of New Mexico.

-Supervised and conducted proper inventories of 40 MK10's, 40 MK6, 31 Mameluke swords, and 34 rubber rifles.

-Supervised and instructed all 54 students in daily physical fitness IAW policy.

-Professionally developed 14 MIDN in Naval Science 101 during the Fall 2020 semester.

-Supervised and conducted 10 random urinalysis tests for all 54 students and 6 staff as the SACO with 150 urinalysis samples taken and zero positive results.

-Supervised and conducted three PFT's for the Midshipman's going to OCS and the active duty personnel.

-Supervised and conducted a CFT for the active duty personnel.

04/2018 to 02/2020
Platoon Sergeant United Sates Marine Corps City, STATE,

-Coordinated the logistical and administrative requirements in support of Amphibious Bulk Liquid Transfer System 3-18 exercise.

-Coordinated the logistical and administrative requirements in support of Mobile Amphibious Assault Fuel Distribution 1-19 exercise.

-Supervised the employment of 16 Marines in the execution of a 40K site in support of Mobile Amphibious Assault Fuel Distribution 1-19 receiving 14,473 gallons and issuing 12,300 gallons of bulk liquid product.

-Conducted proper inventories of all Bulk Fuel systems assigned to AAFS-1, totaling $1,238,679.50 in equipment; identified more than $76,902.63 of SL-3 deficiencies.

-Facilitated the equipment readiness by supervising the quality control and maintenance of AAFS-1 increasing the operational capabilities from 23% to 53%.

-Increased the readiness of AAFS-1 600 GPM pumps from four to nine of 17 pumps.

-Supervised and evaluated the administrative readiness of 70 Marines apart of 1st Platoon, promoting two meritorious Corporals for Bulk Fuel Company.

-Supervised, mentored, and trained 71 Marines assigned to 2nd platoon in the fundamentals of Marine Corps leadership, military professionalism, as well as customs, and courtesies.

-Conducted proper inventories of all Bulk Fuel systems assigned to AAFS-2, totaling $1,238,679.50 in equipment, and identifying SL-3 deficiencies.

-Facilitated the equipment readiness by supervising the quality control, maintenance, and embarkation of AAFS-2. Increasing the operational capabilities, and corrected the maintenance off all seized and broken gear, as well as replacing gear with LOGCOM to bring our maintenance posture to operational readiness saving the Battalion over $200,000.

-Supervised the completion on all repairs inducted into maintenance, verified all service requests inputted into GCSS, and reviewed the MPR status of equipment and parts received or ordered.

-Conducted 72 urinalysis tests totaling 3,063 samples collected, which included 30 random, three probable cause, four Command Directed, 39 other tests for new joins and leave returns, and two unit sweeps for the Battalion.

-Maintained stringent chain of custody procedures for all urine samples, which ensured swift adjudication of four positive urinalysis samples.

-Retrieved blotter entries and reviewed all command duty log books, which enabled the timely identification of alcohol related incidents.

-Identified and assisted 61 Marines within the Command with alcohol or drug related incidents and promptly screened, counseled, and referred all to the Combined Substance Abuse Counseling Center (CSACC) for initial screenings, Impact classes, Medical Officer evaluations, Inpatient, and Outpatient treatments.

-Accurately tracked 27 Marines assigned to after care.

-Prepared a Battalion Needs Assessment, which in turn enabled an accurate development of the Battalions substance abuse prevention plan and annual training needs.

04/2015 to 04/2018
Senior Drill Instructor/ Drill Instructor United States Marine Corps City, STATE,

-Directly supervised the development and instruction of (239) basically trained Marines.

-Ensured accountability, health, welfare, and safety for the recruits through five daily personnel counts, daily hygiene inspections, and continuous supervision.

-Assisted the primary marksmanship instructor in teaching Basic Marksmanship Fundamentals for (239) recruits; achieving 100% qualification rate on the rifle range.

-Provided mentorship and guidance to two 22-man squads during 2 crucible events.

-Hand selected to assume all roles and responsibilities of the "Power three" billet during cycle 12-16; instructing and mentoring 8 green belt drill instructors on uniformity in order to improve the company overall.

-Recorded a company high score of (91.69) on the T-55 examination during cycle 35-15.

-Recorded the company high shooter with a score of (335) on the rifle range during cycle 35- 15.

-Recorded a platoon score of (59.12) on initial drill evaluation, and a unit leader score of (92) placing 4th out of 6.

-Maintained a high level of proficiency in lifesaving techniques through weekly training in lifesaving skills, and water survival.

-Instructed 3,227 Recruits in accordance with MCO 1500.52C on Water Survival Basic 12,039 recruits on basic + and 530 recruits on Water Survival Intermediate.

-Monitored 5,248 recruits during the Final Physical Fitness Test. -Monitored 394 recruits during the Final Combat Fitness Test.

-Instructed and monitored 12 students in Pre-MCIWS course and MCIWS course 4-17.

-Monitored 2,195 Marines in accordance with MCO 1500.52C on Water Survival Basic and 221 Marines on Water Survival Intermediate.

-Assisted and Monitored safe and proper techniques were implemented on our rappel tower for 6,825 recruits with zero training incidents.

-Instructed 10 students in Static Rope Suspension Techniques (SRST) for safe and proper techniques during rappel operations for course 1-18.

-Assisted in the rewrite of the SOP and LOI for Tower Operations aboard MCRD San Diego.

-Directly supervised the development of sixty-four basically trained Marines.

-Trained and mentored four Drill Instructors on daily operations of Recruit Training. -Ensured accountability, health, welfare, and safety for the recruits through five daily personnel counts, daily hygiene inspections, and continuous supervision.

-Led over 12 guided discussion covering Core Values and other topics with the recruits.

-Ensured timely and accurate submission of platoon administrative paperwork.

-Supervised the proper execution of 21 physical training events, and 5 hikes. -Supervised the proper execution of drill techniques and study techniques.

-Scored a 96 on the Final Drill Evaluation with platoon 1054 as the unit leader, while the platoon scored a 65.12. The company average is 66.79.

-Scored a platoon average of 232.25 on the Final PFT with platoon 1054, while the company average is 229.97.

-Scored a platoon average of 240.28 on the Final CFT with platoon 1054, while the company average is 240.21.

09/2011 to 04/2015
Fuels OIC/Embarkation Chief United States Marine Corps City, STATE,

-Provided periods of instruction for a period of 3 days on the Helicopter Expedient Refueling System to command staff and officers from different units aboard Camp Pendleton on the layout and Forward Arming Refueling Point operation procedures in accordance with NAVAIR 00-80T-109.

-Supervised in Tactical Airfield Fuel Dispensing System (TAFDS) and Helicopter Expedient Refueling System (HERS) system setup up for MOS training.

-Assisted in inventories for 1 Tactical Airfield Fuel Dispensing System (TAFDS) 2 Helicopter Expedient Refueling System (HERS) and 6 Ground Expedient Refueling Systems (GERS) systems valued at $1,733,767.20.

-Conducted a 4 point Forward Arming Refueling Point with 16 Marines in Yuma, Arizona issuing 1,853 gallons to 6 UH-1's and 4 AH-1's

-Updated and verified Consolidated Memorandum Receipt records are correct.

-Conducted Defense Reutilization Management Office on all unserviceable gear.

-Provided period of instructions and tested 45 Marines on MOS proficiency and knowledge.

Education
Expected in 03/2023 to to
BBA: Business Management
University of New Mexico - Albuquerque, NM
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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • University of New Mexico

Job Titles Held:

  • Assistant Marine Officer Instructor
  • Platoon Sergeant
  • Senior Drill Instructor/ Drill Instructor
  • Fuels OIC/Embarkation Chief

Degrees

  • BBA

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