cap 1 associate resume example with 6 years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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As an individual, I have had a lot of experience throughout my military and civilian jobs concerning different types of leadership and how they are applied. As a Soldier in the Ohio Army National Guard, I have loved the experience in getting to know other Soldiers and learn from my subordinates. I have learned to be a good role model, always make sure you're on time, in the correct uniform, at the correct location, always be a good leader, and to always do the right thing when no one is watching. After completing Basic Leader Course (BLC), I have a new perspective on how all military members should carry themselves, even if they are not currently in a uniform. I hope to apply my leadership skills in a job position that will make my leadership skills and qualifications even stronger.

  • Strong verbal communicator
  • Small arms weapons specialist
  • Communication skills
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Ammunition quality assurance
  • Explosive materials maintenance
  • Soldier mentoring and guidance
  • Ammunition storage
  • Safety processes and oversight
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Coordinating personnel
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Excellent team-builder
  • Effective time manager
  • Typing skills
Cap 1 Associate , 01/2019 - Current
Six Flags, Corp. Darien Center, NY,
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
  • Recognized by management for providing exceptional customer service.
  • Earned reputation for hard work.
  • Improved customer satisfaction by finding creative solutions to problems.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
Ammunition Specialist , 03/2017 - Current
Ohio Army National Guard City, STATE,
  • Managed and monitored ammunition supplies and other inventoried materials in storage using manual paper trail.
  • Completed documentation associated with receipt and transfer of ammunition.
  • Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on vehicles and forklifts before using for training and missions.
  • Completed daily inspection rounds covering all facility equipment and machinery.
  • Performed complete process of assembly on the Combat Service Support Very Small Aperture Terminal (CSS VSAT)
  • Repaired malfunctions, reassembled items and performed final tests on the M4 and M2
Cashier, Stocker, Apparel Assoicate, Markdown Lead, 01/2016 - 12/2018
Gabes City, STATE,
  • Provided assistance with purchases, locating items and signing up for rewards programs.
  • Received incoming product deliveries and relocated to storage shelves, coolers or bins.
  • Organized stockroom by keeping products in correct locations, helping to maintain accurate inventory counts and free-flowing aisleways.
  • Helped customers find specific products, answering questions and offering advice.
  • Processed returned items in accordance with store policy.
  • Assisted customers by locating items and moving heavy purchases to vehicles.
  • Followed proper stock rotation procedures to minimize obsolescence and removed any out of date items from sales floor.
  • Updated signage to reflect new pricing or temporary promotional strategies.
  • Read weekly sales inserts and monitored price changes.
  • Removed debris from aisles to avoid blocking customers or adding any safety concerns.
  • Processed customer payments quickly and returned exact change and receipts.
  • Monitored the work space to ensure that it was neat, orderly and safe.
  • Identified defective, lost or missing merchandise and promptly reported issues to supervisor.
  • Properly disposed of debris and box packaging.
  • Observed company return policy when processing refunds, including inspecting merchandise for wear or damage.
  • Troubleshot and resolved issues with cash registers, card scanners and printers.
  • Wiped down counters and conveyor belt to remove debris and maintain cleanliness.
  • Blocked and faced all products on shelves and displays to meet company policies.
  • Notified security of suspected theft, including descriptions of individuals and items stolen to help control store losses.
  • Provided subject matter expertise on inventory levels and processes to internal and external customers to meet diverse requirements and smooth processes.
  • Manually lifted materials weighing up to 50 pounds on regular basis.
  • Moved and rebuilt shelves, racks, and displays to increase visibility of merchandise.
  • Learned roles of other departments to provide coverage and keep store operational.
  • Maintained high productivity by efficiently processing cash, credit, debit and voucher program payments for customers.
  • Welcomed customers, offering assistance to help find necessary store items.
  • Inspected items for damage and reported issues to supervisor to return unsalable merchandise and obtain replacements for customers.
  • Assisted Managers with completing end-of-day counts and securing funds to prevent loss or theft.
  • Completed daily recovery tasks to keep areas clean and neat for maximum efficiency.
  • Monitored sidewalk sales events to protect products, added new merchandise and rang up purchases at outside registers.
  • Trained new team members in cash register operation, stock procedures and customer service.
  • Wrapped items and bagged purchases properly to prevent merchandise breakage.
  • Resolved issues regarding customer complaints and escalated worsening concerns to Manager for remediation.
  • Worked closely with front-end staff to assist customers.
Ride Operator, 05/2015 - 04/2017
North Canton Skate And Entertainment Center City, STATE,
  • Trained new employees on ride operations, pointing out safety mechanisms and features.
  • Assisted patrons with unloading and loading to remain compliant with safety regulations.
  • Delivered high level of customer service through prompt issue resolution and dynamic attention to detail.
  • Educated patrons on facilities, entertainment options and rules and regulations.
  • De-boarded passengers for safety to repair attraction equipment for optimal operation.
  • Screened guests for specific ride criteria, refusing patrons for not meeting height requirements.
  • Checked seatbelts of all riders to maximize safety and manage risk.
  • Served guests with enthusiastic, helpful demeanor to promote positive, memorable experiences.
  • Resolved guest concerns or complaints and kept supervisors informed of escalating situations.
  • Cleaned rides to mitigate spread of germs by wiping down handles and removing trash.
  • Gave cohesive directions to guests to easily find attractions, restaurants and restrooms.
  • Inspected equipment to detect wear and tear, notifying Managers of parts needing immediate repair.
  • Communicated with manager to discuss ride maintenance or repair issues.
  • Pulled down safety bars and secured riders according to specified attraction details.
  • Attended all offered trainings to build customer service and leadership skills.
  • Sold and served refreshments to customers, maintained sufficient inventory throughout business hours and restocked low supplies in both employee and customer areas.
  • Sold tickets and collected additional fees from customers for special services.
  • Interacted with 100 or more guests per day with friendly, patient manner to deliver positive, fun experience.
  • Monitored facility to verify visitors and personnel adherence to rules and safety procedures to protect customers and reduce liability risks.
  • Provided assistance by directing patrons to various parts of facility, specific events and landmarks.
  • Supported customer needs by providing information and answering questions concerning facility, promotions, events and organizational rules and policies.
  • Provided physical assistance to visitors getting onto and off of rides.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2018
Perry High School - Massillon, OH
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High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2018
Canton South High School - Canton, OH
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: Psychology , Expected in
University of Akron - Akron, OH
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  • 3.5 GPA
  • Ohio Army National Guard Scholarship Recipient
: Nursing , Expected in
University of Akron - Wayne College - Orrville, OH
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Introduction to Nursing


Graduating Boot Camp following Junior Year of High School 2017

Graduating High School 2018

Graduating Advanced Individual Training (AIT) 2018

JROTC- Personal Appearance Award

JROTC- 1st Sergeant

Activities and Honors

National Technical Honor Society



Certifications: CPR Certified by the American Heart Association
Army Certifications:
Army OPSEC Level 1 (Newcomers and Refresher)
Army Traffic Safety Introductory Course
Hazmat Familiarization & Safety In Transportation (CERT) (Ammo 67)
Information Security Program Training
PR 101: Introduction to Personal Recovery
Structured Self-Development- Level 1
Basic Leader Course (BLC)


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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Perry High School
  • Canton South High School
  • University of Akron
  • University of Akron - Wayne College

Job Titles Held:

  • Cap 1 Associate
  • Ammunition Specialist
  • Cashier, Stocker, Apparel Assoicate, Markdown Lead
  • Ride Operator


  • High School Diploma
  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)

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