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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Team-oriented, hard working person, able to complete any task. From assisting for individuals to leading soldiers, I have a wide range of skill applicable to most career fields.

Skills
  • Strong presentation skills
  • Operations research
  • Team player
  • Critical thinker
  • Detail oriented
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Team leadership
  • Organizational planning
Accomplishments
  • Training - Warrior Leader Course (03/19/2011).
  • Hours: 80.
  • The Warrior Leaders Course (WLC) is the first step in the Noncommissioned Officer Education System.
  • WLC trains soldiers in basic leadership skills, noncommissioned officer (NCO) duties, responsibility and authority, and how to conduct performance-orientated training, the history of the SCSG and Drill and Ceremonies.
  • Testing in WLC include Conduct Army Physical Readiness Training, Conduct Individual Training, Conduct Squad Drill, Communicate in Writing, Oral History Briefing, Two demonstrated Leadership Evaluations (garrison and tactical environment), Leadership Exam, Training Exam, and Warfighting Exam.
  • Successfully completed Warrior Leader Course conducted by 7th Warrior Training Brigade.
  • I was recognized as a graduate on the Commandants List which is limited to the top 20% of the class.
Professional Experience
10/2004 to 08/2013
Chemical Operations Instructor/Operations Officer The Mentor Network Union, KY, United States
  • Supervisor: Leisa Mims; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $500.00 per month.
  • Hours per month: 16.
  • Duties: Ensure soldier readiness in response to chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear attacks.
  • Ensure quality of detecting and protection equipment devices through use and maintenance.
  • Create and update monthly and quarterly training schedules.
  • Record completed training of assigned soldiers.
05/2008 to 11/2010
Certified Photo Specialist Walgreens City, STATE, United States
  • Supervisor: Thad Fisher - 4024648763; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $8.50 per hour.
  • Hours per week: 32.
  • Duties: At Walgreens I provided friendly, courteous and efficient service to customers.
  • I was also responsible for everything from cash register operations and customer service to merchandising, store inventory and maintaining store signage and displays.
  • I operated state-of-the-art photo processing equipment, received extensive training in PictureCare Plus system, where I monitor all orders and even specialty items like photo calendars, films, and mugs and ensured accuracy of items and got all orders complete in a timely manner.
  • I also had a variety of responsibilities, from completing product resets and pricing signage to mastering my knowledge of store products and the store layout to promote efficient resets.
  • I participated in monthly meetings to review the newest items coming to the store, as well as honed in selling abilities and customer-building techniques.
05/2009 to 04/2010
Moral, Welfare, and Recreation Noncomissioned Officer United States Army Reserves City, ,
  • Supervisor: Martha Olivarez - 4027094280; Contact: Yes Salary: $2,500.00 per month Hours per week: 40
  • Duties: Tasks included answering the telephone, producing daily power point presentations, customer service, and touring groups of over 200 people through palaces while briefing Iraq's recent history.
  • I also had responsibility over the various Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) buildings.
  • I ensured there were schedules made and events listed for all the buildings.
  • I also had additional duty appointments as a Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and fire warden.
  • As a COR, I monitored the contracts for; MWR, civilian transportation system, shower and latrine units, vector control, and Fire Protection Services to ensure compliance with military regulation and safeguard the military interests regarding the contractor's fulfillment of their contractual obligation.
  • As a fire warden, I performed monthly inspections on multiple building and fire safety equipment to ensure each was up to code.
  • As well as compiled the information to be forwarded to higher headquarters.
06/2003 to 2009
Direct Care Professional Beatrice State Developmental Center City, STATE, United States
  • Supervisor: Katie Burgess - 4022236600; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $9.25 per hour.
  • Hours per week: 36.
  • Duties: Provide fundamental nursing care for persons served related to personal hygiene, grooming, meals, and dressing.
  • Provide behavioral training following written plans.
  • Establish and maintain a safe, clean working environment.
  • Keep detailed daily reports regarding medical and behavioral condition of each individual.
  • Responsible for cultivating a positive work and living area for individuals served.
Education and Training
Expected in 12/18/2008 to to
Associate of Science: Academic Transfer
University Southeast Community College - Lincoln, Nebraska
GPA: GPA: 3.29

GPA: 3.29 Quarter Hours: 91

Expected in 05/15/2005 to to
Diploma:
Southern High School - Wymore, Nebraska
GPA: GPA: 3.7

GPA: 3.7 I was active in the Southern Raider Leadership Academy, Upward Bound as TRIO Student support Services Officer, Student School Board Representative, sat on the student council, and an officer in band. I lettered in softball, track, stage band, concert band, and academics.

Expected in to to
Bachelor of Arts: Liberal Studies
University of Oklahoma - Norman, Ok
GPA:

GPA: 4.0

Affiliations
Skills

goal oriented, mission directed, hard working

Additional Information
  • Award - Army Commendation Medal (04/05/2010) Awarded for exceptionally meritorious service during operation Iraqi freedom. My Professionalism and dedication to duty were instrumental in the success of the Units mission accomplishment.
  • Award - Army Achievement Medal (09/07/2008) Meritorious Service while assigned to 320th Ordnance Battalion. Dedication and motivation made me an invaluable asset to unit.
  • Award - The Army Achievement Medal (08/05/2007) Distinguished service in support of the 561st Corps support Group and the 320th Ordnance Battalion's Annual field training exercise. Outstanding efforts and dedication to mission contributed to the successful completion of the mission.
  • Award - Army Commendation Medal (10/19/2006) Exceptional service to recruiting during the Nebraska State Fair.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • University Southeast Community College
  • Southern High School
  • University of Oklahoma

Job Titles Held:

  • Chemical Operations Instructor/Operations Officer
  • Certified Photo Specialist
  • Moral, Welfare, and Recreation Noncomissioned Officer
  • Direct Care Professional

Degrees

  • Associate of Science
  • Diploma
  • Bachelor of Arts

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