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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,

Responsible and dedicated animal care taker with proven abilities in cleaning cages, managing supplies and meeting animal needs and love for every creature. Offering excellent time management, multitasking and organizational skills. Hard-working Caretaker diligent about handling all facets of animal care to promote health and wellness. Feed, water, observe, and learn from these animals on a daily basis as well as provide exercise and positive attention to boost proactive, healthy long lives for our animals of all species. I am passionate about animal welfare.

  • First hand experience with large variety of species of reptiles and arachnids
  • Currently working with both venomous and non-venomous animals
  • Have a large amount of experience using snake hooks, they are used daily according to which animal I'm working with
  • Very knowledgeable of appropriate ways to handle certain animals
  • Experience working with both venomous and non venomous wild reptiles
  • People skills
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Organizational skills
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Will follow instructions and will be done as demonstrated
  • Completed a Nationwide accredited course which included state laws, medical treatment, housing, handling, venomous reptiles and bite first aid
01/2019 to Current Bartender/Server/Cook/Floor Manager Fishbones Bar & Grille | City, STATE,
  • Completed closing duties as asked
  • Provided exceptional service to few hundred customers per day at highly accredited upper scale establishment.
  • Maintained polite and professional demeanor to patrons to encourage inquiries and order placements.
  • Very good with people
  • Attention to detail
10/2019 to 08/2020 Animal Care Taker Safe Haven Equine Rescue & Retirement | City, STATE,
  • Stayed on top of housekeeping requirements such as laundry, sweeping and disinfection during slow periods.
  • Followed consistent safety procedures, including maintaining visible pet identification
  • Supported animal health by keeping all areas clean, neat and properly sanitized.
  • Promoted optimal routine and stable health by feeding and watering every animal on regular schedule.
  • Removed animal waste from stables, placing in trash receptacles or in-ground septic systems.
  • Observed animals and conducted examinations to identify signs of injury, illness or disease.
  • Adhered to all pet care plans, medication requirements and dietary restrictions while providing care.
  • Treated basic wellness issues such as superficial wounds and called in veterinarian assistance for more complex concerns.
  • Bathed animals to remove dust, debris or contaminants and maintain wellbeing.
  • Collected information such as weight, size, physical condition and food intake.
  • Monitored safety and security of every animal to prevent injuries from other animals or environmental hazards.
08/2014 to 01/2016 Zoo Docent Greensboro Natural Science Center | City, STATE,
  • Monitored upwards of thirty to forty visitors to maintain exhibit security and visitor safety.
  • Maintained organization of entryway to uphold welcoming and inviting atmosphere.
  • Studied museum history and documentation to provide thorough and accurate information for guests.
  • Studied reptiles and arachnids to maintain accuracy and in-depth knowledge of museum topics.
  • Established and administered policy guidelines concerning public access to materials.
Education and Training
Expected in to to | Zoology Davidson County Community College, Thomasville, NC GPA:

Currently listed at forty eight credit out of sixty for my bachelors in the marine biology changed to the zoology program but took a break due to expenses

Expected in 07/2020 to to | Basic Reptile Training Course Zoo And Medical Center, Kernersville, GPA:

Handling of both venomous and non venomous animals was administered for the final assessment

Expected in to to | Zoo Docent Tier 2 Greensboro Natural Science Center, Greensboro, NC, GPA:

Logged volunteer hours at the Greensboro natural science center before I was injured and had to be on crutches . Unfortunately I didn't continue after recovery but I logged about a years worth of work as a tier two zoo docent

Additional Information

For the past six months I've been helping new reptile keepers with they're "aggressive" snakes. Taking them in for two months each and starting them on hooks. Over the two months slowly work in steps from interaction in the same space, to handling with a hook, to handling without a hook. Once i've gained the snake's trust I return them to their owner and let them do the rest. It's less stress on the snake this way and the new reptile keepers don't have to build a negative connotation over the reptile just because it may not be comfortable. Working with reptiles is a passion of mine, all animals of all attitude.

I am currently working with six species of snakes, two species of lizards, three species of tarantula, one species of Vietnamese centipede, and one species of scorpion which I successfully bred this past summer. I stay really involved and invested in my animals.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Davidson County Community College
  • Zoo And Medical Center
  • Greensboro Natural Science Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Bartender/Server/Cook/Floor Manager
  • Animal Care Taker
  • Zoo Docent


  • Some College (No Degree)

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