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

Coordinated Associate Governmental Program Analyst versed in communicating and collaborating across all organizational levels. Successful at updating workflow processes and procedures to accommodate grant money and collaborating with teams to initiate, create and analyze program efficiency.

Skills
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), database programs, e.g. Access.
  • Dependable, Reliable, Follows policies, procedures, rules, laws and regulations
  • Accounting, Spreadsheet
  • Accounts receivable, Tables
  • Benefits, Technical support
  • Budget, Writing skills
  • Clerical
  • CA
  • Database
  • Dependable
  • Financial
  • Forms
  • Hiring
  • Human Resources
  • Ie
  • Listening
  • MARS
  • Meetings
  • Access
  • Access database
  • Excel 3.0
  • Excel
  • Microsoft Office
  • Office
  • Outlook
  • PowerPoint
  • Power point
  • Word
  • Monitors
  • Organizational
  • Payroll
  • Personnel
  • Policies
  • Presentations
  • Processes
  • Progress
  • Quality Control
  • Recruitment
  • Reporting
  • Seminars
  • Curriculum Development
  • Quality Assurance
  • Research
  • Leadership Training
  • Customer Service
Work History
Associate Governmental Program Analyst, 11/2013 to Current
California Health Care FacilityCity, STATE,
  • Prepared reports detailing findings of program studies.
  • Coordinated and facilitated meetings with legal staff to develop [Type] and [Type] documents.
  • Provided consulting services to over [Number] individuals on various career-related issues and communicated with clients to determine needs and goals.
  • Managed processing of all benefits applications, including those for financial assistance and food stamps.
  • Used computer-aided guidance packages such as skills assessment tools, career planners, psychometric tests and personal inventories to assist clients in determining strengths and weaknesses.
  • Kept up-to-date with labor market information and professional developments by visiting training providers, professional bodies and employers.
  • Used [Software] and [Software] to maintain over [Number] candidate files and file notes.
Staff Services Analyst, 01/2005 to Current
State Department Of Food And AgricultureCity, STATE,
  • Identify and redirect expenditure allocations.
  • Developed a tracking system using Excel to monitor field employee's fluctuating workload.
  • Developed several Excel spreadsheet currently in use for reducing entry time and automatically cross-referencing for errors.
  • Administer monthly audit of 33 Indeterminate employees.
  • Collaborate with Human Resources Division to recommend use of appropriate Cert lists, monitors employee probation, advises and answers questions involving Personnel, Payroll, Health Benefits, program and procedures.
  • Develop and conduct presentation with power point training to new hires.
  • Arranged to facilitate provision through recruitment, certification, appointment processes.
  • Administer a variety of classification, and pay actions, ie., T&D, transfers, Retired Annuitants, Reinstatements, Hiring above mínimum.
  • Analyze position allocation consistent with allocation guidelines, develop justifications and appropriate documents State Department of Food and Agriculture Sacramento, CA -Bureau of Livestock Identification.
Office Services Supervisor II, 01/2002 to 01/2005
CA Department Of Food And AgricultureCity, STATE,
  • Hire, train and supervise five to six clerical and technical support staff.
  • Work as a liaison betwen human resources, Division, Executive and Financial Services.
  • Prepare status reports, presentations and documents.
  • Energized and motivated office support staff to become a collaborative office team.
  • Directed and delegated projects.
  • Assess staff's workload and delegated as necessary.
  • Analyze work processes and implements process improvements as necessary.
  • Recruit and hire new clerical and technical support staff.
  • Created Interview questions to match current office needs.
  • Ensure employee involvement of office processes and procedures.
  • Coordinate weekly and or monthly meetings.
  • Conduct presentation and TrainiCalifornia Department of Food and Agriculture Sacramento, CA -Fruit, Vegetable, and Egg Quality Control.
  • Interpreted management directives to define and document administrative staff processes.
Office Services Supervisor I, 01/1999 to 01/2002
CA Department Of Food And AgricultureCity, STATE,
  • Supervise, direct, delegate and counsel technical and clerical support staff.
  • Assist in the preparation of special projects for seven program supervisors.
  • Evaluate staff performance, probationary and or annual performance review.
  • Train, redirect, counsel staff when necessary.
  • Developed and reclassified clerical to Technical classification.
  • Programmed the development of tables, queries, forms and reports using Access database to formulate effecient accounts receivable reports - Implemented and trained staff Received commendation for excellent work.
Education
BSBM/Administration 72 Units. In Progress: , Expected in
University of Phoenix - Tempe, AZ
GPA:
Diploma: , Expected in
Heald Business College Institute - ,
GPA:

Attended various seminars and training, ie., Excel 3.0, One Minute Manager, Prioritizing, Effective Communication, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Budget Process, Contract Process, Listening Skills.

Affiliations
  • Summary of Accomplishments:
  • Substantially reduced program's budget déficit
  • Created ledgers for special line ítem expenditures
  • Developed a system to track employee's workload
  • Foster team work and to value collaboration
  • Promoted effeciency of reconciliation process
  • Created a database in Access for efficiency in the compilation of accounting records Flexibility to adapt to the changing requirements of government today as well as for the future
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    School Attended
    • University of Phoenix
    • Heald Business College Institute
    Job Titles Held:
    • Associate Governmental Program Analyst
    • Staff Services Analyst
    • Office Services Supervisor II
    • Office Services Supervisor I
    Degrees
    • BSBM/Administration 72 Units. In Progress
    • Diploma