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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Competent logistics professional with a strong interest in supply, procurement, and inventory management. Possesses 10 years of experience working in various military medical centers, managing supply chains, overseeing equipment inventory control, and utilizing procurement processes. Quick learner, eager to grasp new concepts and apply them efficiently. Proven ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Seeking the opportunity to showcase my skills and experience to excel in a challenging logistics role.

Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Dependability
  • Teamwork
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Sourcing and Procurement
  • Intermediate Excel Knowledge
  • Typing 40+ Words Per Minute
  • Supply/ Equipment/ Inventory Management
Experience
05/2014 to 12/2017
Biomedical Equipment Technician Uc Health Thornton, CO,

40 Hours/Week

$62,000/Annual

  • Served as a biomedical equipment technician in the United States military, responsible for maintaining and repairing a wide range of medical equipment.
  • Utilized advanced diagnostic and troubleshooting skills to identify and resolve issues with equipment, often working under tight deadlines and in high-stress environments.
  • Demonstrated strong leadership and teamwork skills, leading teams of technicians in the completion of complex projects.
  • Trained and provided support to teams on the use and maintenance of medical equipment.
  • Accepted, installed, tested, calibrated, and performed preventive maintenance on medical equipment per organization maintenance schedule.
  • Facilitated the installation of 90 Dental Chairs during the 2016 Department of Defense Dental Treatment Facility $15M process improvement renovation project.
05/2014 to 12/2017
Equipment Manager Naval Hospital Yokosuka City, STATE,

40 Hours/Week

$62,000/Annual

  • Generated multiple Equipment Program Review Committee (EPRC) packages utilizing market research, justification, sole-source, and memorandum documentation while coordinating with property accounts and contract specialists.
  • Keep records of maintenance, repair, and required updates of equipment.
  • Replaced, and disposed of test measurement diagnostic equipment in a departmental process improvement project improving an inventory valued at approximately $56,000.
  • Coordinated outsourced services for test measurement diagnostic equipment, including repairs, calibrations, and preventative maintenance.
  • Conducted periodic evaluations of medical equipment to identify assets that were beyond their expected life expectancy.
  • Worked with teams across the organization to develop and execute plans for replacing or retiring equipment that was no longer viable.
  • Managed the acceptance process for incoming medical equipment, ensuring that all assets were properly documented, tested, and configured for use.
  • Conducted inspections to verify that equipment met all specifications and was in good working order.
  • Developed and maintained documentation, including equipment manuals and service records, to ensure that all assets were properly tracked and maintained.
  • Utilized strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills to identify and resolve issues with incoming equipment.
  • Collaborated with teams across the medical facility to ensure that new equipment was properly integrated into existing systems and processes.
  • Spearheaded a team of 12 personnel in the completion of Naval Medical Center Balboa's wall-to-wall inventory which accounted for 36,000 pieces of equipment valued at $32M which significantly enhanced accurate accountability and improved monthly preventive maintenance.
05/2014 to 12/2017
Assistant Supply Manager Walter Reed Naval Medical Center City, STATE,

40 Hours/Week

$62,000/Annually

  • Served as a medical assistant supply manager in the United States military, responsible for managing the procurement, storage, and distribution of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Utilized advanced analytical and problem-solving skills to optimize supply chain operations and drive efficiency.
  • Developed and implemented processes for tracking and reporting on inventory levels, identifying trends and opportunities for improvement.
  • Assisted in the negotiation of contracts and the development of relationships with vendors.
  • Provided training and support to team members on supply chain processes and procedures.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability in a fast-paced and constantly changing environment.
02/2013 to 05/2014
Biomedical Equipment Technician School John H. Bradley Branch Health Clinic City, STATE,

40 Hours/Week

$29,000/Annual

02/2011 to 02/2013
Hospital Corpsman Woodbridge Glass Company City, STATE,

40 Hours/Week

$41,000/Annual

  • Worked as a hospital corpsman in a general surgery clinic, scheduling appointments, providing patient care and support to surgeons and other medical professionals.
  • Utilized Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application software (AHLTA) to track patient information and manage appointments.
  • Assisted in the preparation and maintenance of surgical instruments and equipment.
  • Monitored vital signs and provided basic patient care, including wound dressings and assisted medication administration.
  • Utilized strong communication and teamwork skills to collaborate with a multidisciplinary team and ensure the smooth operation of the clinic.
  • Demonstrated a commitment to ongoing learning and professional development, staying up-to-date on best practices and new technologies in the field.
02/2011 to 02/2013
Equipment Manager Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/Week

$41,000/Annual

  • Tracked and maintained department equipment inventory valued at approximately $600,000 maintaining 100% accountability.
  • Maintained and regularly organized equipment storage areas.
  • Participated in monthly departmental environmental of care rounds to identify environmental deficiencies, hazards, and unsafe practices associated with safety and security, fire, hazardous materials and waste, and medical equipment in support of the Joint Commission.
  • Generated multiple Equipment Program Review Committee (EPRC) packages utilizing market research, justification, sole-source, and memorandum documentation while coordinating with property accounts and contract specialists.
  • Led the effort to update the endoscope surgical suite at Naval Hospital Yokosuka valued at approximately $70,000, ensuring that all equipment and systems were modern and effective.
  • Coordinated outsourced endoscope services, including repairs, calibrations, and preventative maintenance.
02/2011 to 02/2013
Supply Manager Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/ Week

$30,000/ Annually

  • Utilized Composite Health Care System (CHCS) and Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) to order drugs and supplies for a General Surgery clinic.
  • Led the procurement of surgical endoscope supplies, utilizing strong analytical and problem-solving skills to identify the best vendors and assist in the negotiation of favorable contracts.
  • Maintained accurate and up-to-date inventory records, ensuring that all necessary items were in stock and readily available.
  • Collaborated with a materials management department to forecast and plan for future supply needs.
  • Trained and provided support to team members on supply chain processes and procedures.
08/2008 to 02/2011
Hospital Corpsman Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/Week

$40,000/Annual

  • Performed basic nursing care in a fast-paced 24-bed Cardiovascular Inpatient Telemetry ward caring for an average of 1,800 patients.
  • Assisted Nurses with vital signs, patient assessments, administration of medications, venipuncture, Intravenous insertion, EKG, and documentation of treatments utilizing a computerized medical record system Essentris.
  • Performed basic emergency and CPR procedures.
  • Identified the basic elements and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urogenital, musculoskeletal, and nervous systems.
  • Kept medical department equipment and spaces clean and sanitary.
  • Performed routine clerical duties of the ward.
  • As a Laboratory Corpsman; completed over 2,000 blood draws and accurate processing of over 20,000 patient samples ensuring quality patient care.
  • As Laboratory Supply Petty Officer; performed wall-to-wall inventory on nine work stations and was responsible for the management and maintenance of over 40 essential consumable items.
05/2008 to 08/2008
Hospital Corpsman Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/Week

$16,000/Annual

  • Demonstrated a basic skill set in a clinical setting.
  • Efficiently performed phlebotomy, intravenous therapy, orthopedic examinations, minor surgical procedures, and wound care to a patient population of 2,800 Officer Candidates and 200 permanent and augmented assigned Marine Corps Staff.
  • Assisted with management of 33 hyperthermic, 88 cellulitis, and a total of over 1500 patients in a period of 90 days
  • Supported three providers in minor acute care; wound care, and total management of all patients' needs and concerns.
  • Cleaned, disinfected, and prepared rooms for incoming patients.
  • Performed both emergency and routine medical procedures in high-pressure environments.
  • Moved patients in and out of vehicles and lifted them on and off beds.
  • Administered medications and immunizations.
12/2007 to 05/2008
Hospital Corpman Medical Training Company Name City, State,

40 Hour/Week

$16,000/Annual

10/2007 to 12/2007
Naval Recruit Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/Week

$16,000/Annual

04/2001 to 10/2007
Glass Technician Company Name City, State,

40 Hours/Week

$27,000/Annual

  • Installed, repaired, and replaced safety glass in storefront buildings.
  • Assembled and installed residential semi-frameless and all-glass showers.
  • Removed and replaced broken, failed patio door glass panels.
  • Installed mirrors in both residential and commercial environments along with glass tabletops.
  • Serviced residential homes and various apartment complexes replacing cracked or broken windows, adjusting patio doors, or installing an entirely new patio door system.
  • Cut glass to specific measurements for customers to install themselves.
Education and Training
Expected in 07/2014
Certification: Electrical Equipment Installation And Repair
Covidien ForceFx And Forcetriad Service Seminar - Carlsbad, CA,
GPA:
Expected in 05/2014
Certification:
DOD Biomed Equipment Technician Advanced Training - San Antonio, TX,
GPA:
Expected in 03/2000
GED:
Flatwoods Civilian Conservation Center - Coeburn, VA
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Covidien ForceFx And Forcetriad Service Seminar
  • DOD Biomed Equipment Technician Advanced Training
  • Flatwoods Civilian Conservation Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Biomedical Equipment Technician
  • Equipment Manager
  • Assistant Supply Manager
  • Biomedical Equipment Technician School
  • Hospital Corpsman
  • Equipment Manager
  • Supply Manager
  • Hospital Corpsman
  • Hospital Corpsman
  • Hospital Corpman Medical Training
  • Naval Recruit
  • Glass Technician

Degrees

  • Certification
  • Certification
  • GED

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