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assistant stranding coordinator veterinary assistant resume example with 9+ years of experience

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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Power Point
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Communication skills

  • Data Compilation
  • Record Accuracy
  • Effective Multitasking
  • Detail-oriented
Experience
01/2012 to Current Assistant Stranding Coordinator/Veterinary Assistant State Of Louisiana | Vidalia, LA,
  • Operated as a member of the Southeast Stranding Network team, including monitoring the stranding hotline and answering stranding calls from the public, responded to live and dead sea turtle and marine mammal strandings along the MS coast
  • Conduct necropsies, organize tissue collection, and complete required government stranding reports
  • Manage IMMS's Marine Mammal Health and Stranding Response Database (MMHSRP)
  • Responsible for detailed inventory spreadsheets and electronic documents regarding each animal's case
  • Maintain sample inventory and shipping of samples as needed
  • Monitor necropsy and field supplies as necessary
  • Complete near real-time 24 hour reports for stranded marine mammals
  • Familiar with Chain of Custody documents and proper evidence handling techniques in regards to UME (Unusual Mortality Event) protocols
  • Perform daily water quality tests (temperature, salinity, chlorine, and pH) on marine mammal quarantine pools
  • Perform husbandry procedures for live stranded sea turtles and marine mammals in rehabilitation
  • Assist with veterinary procedures and intake of live animals including hook removals, radiographs, administration of medications, surgical procedures, and wound care
  • Monitored patient vital signs during surgical procedures, and notified veterinarian of changes in stability
  • Performed routine laboratory procedures such as hematology, microbiology, urinalysis, and stomach analysis
  • Maintained veterinary hospital including appearance, stocking, inventory, and overall cleanliness
  • Collection, Processing, and analyzing Photo ID data using Darwin program to build photo ID fin catalogue of Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins in the MS Sound 
  • Conducted educational outreach, special events, and private tours for public education and conservation awareness.
 
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          07/2011 to 11/2011 Student Worker The University Of Southern Mississippi | City, STATE,
          • Responsible for lab setup, inventory, collection of specimens, and maintained lab equipment.
          • Responsible for the successful execution of trial experiments.
          • Graded student exams and papers.
          Education
          Expected in December 2011 to to Bachelor of Science | Marine Biology The University of Southern Mississippi, Long Beach, MS GPA:
          Minor in Chemistry
          Publications
          Heaton, A.J., Pulis, E.E., Pitchford, J.L., Hatchett, W.L., Claire, A.M., and Solangi, M. 2016. Prevalence and Transience of Ingested Fishing Hooks in Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 15(2):257-264.
          Coleman, A.T., Pulis, E.E., Pitchford, J.L., Crocker, K, Heaton, A.J., Claire, A.M., Hatchett, W., Shannon, D., Austin, F., Dalton, M., Clemons-Chevis, C.L., and Solangi, M. 2016. Population Ecology and Rehabilitation of Incidentally Captured Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles (Lepidochelys kempii) in the Mississippi Sound, USA. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 11(1):253-264.
          Presentations
          Moore, D., Pulis, E., Clemons-Chevis, C., Hoffland, T., Hatchett, W., Pulis, K., Claire, A., Heaton, A., Goeke, Q., Millan, A., Jensen, T., Solangi, M. Successful rescue and rehabilitation of two Pygmy Killer Whales (Feresa attenuata) at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies. National Marine Animal Health and Stranding Network Conference. Shepherdstown, West Virgina, September 2016.
          Crocker, K., Clarke, E., Heaton, A., Hatchett, W., Pulis, E., Claire, A
          ., Naugler, S., Moore, D., Solangi, M. Treatment of a Fractured Lower Mandible and Severed Flipper in a Subadult Kemp's Ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) Sea Turtle. Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting. Mobile, Alabama, February 2016.
           
          Moore, D., Heaton, A., Hatchett, W., Pulis, E., Claire, A., Solangi, M. Ingested and Excreted Fishing Hooks and Elasmobranch Vertebrae from a Kemp's Ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) sea turtle. Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting. Mobile, Alabama, February 2016.​
           
          Cook, M., Pulis, E., Heaton, A., Claire, A. Pier Pressure: Incidental captures and recaptures of Kemp's ridley sea turtles on Mississippi fishing piers. Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting. Mobile, Alabama, February 2016.​
           
          Coleman, A.T., Pulis, E.E., Pitchford, J.L., Crocker, K., Heaton, A., Claire, A.M., Hatchett, W., Shannon, D., Austin, F., Dalton, M., Clemons-Chevis, C., Solangi, M. Rehabilitation and ecology of immature Kemp's ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys kempii) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting. Jekyll Island, Georgia, February 2015.
           
          Kaletsch, J., Shannon, D., Hatchett, W., Claire, A., Ware, B., and Coleman, A.T. Comparison of hook removal procedures employed in immature sea turtles incidentally captured at fishing piers in Mississippi. 34th Annual International Sea Turtle Symposium. New Orleans, Louisiana April, 2014. 
           
          Coleman, A.T., Pitchford, J.L., Hatchett, W., Claire, A., Heaton, A., Pulis, E.E., Shannon, D., Bailey, H., Cook, M., Solangi, M. Rehabilitation and ecology of juvenile kemp's ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys kempii) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Second international kemp's ridley sea turtle symposium, Brownsville, TX 18-19 November 2014.
           
          Certifications
          • DARWIN
          • FinBase
          • 2012 Prescott Cetacean Stranding Workshop
          • SEFSC Sea Turtle Safe Handling & Tagging Techniques       
          • MS boater safety course
          Accomplishments
          • Participated in 100+ Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin necropsies (Tursiops truncatus
          • ​Successfully removed 67 hooks from incidentally caught sea turtles 
          • Participated in the successful rehabilitation and release of two Pygmy Killer Whales (Feresa attenuata)
          • Participated in the successful capture and relocation of an out of habitat Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops trunactus)
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          School Attended

          • The University of Southern Mississippi

          Job Titles Held:

          • Assistant Stranding Coordinator/Veterinary Assistant
          • Student Worker

          Degrees

          • Bachelor of Science

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