Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Well-informed Code Enforcement Officer adept at enforcing city ordinances, codes and state regulations for housing and property maintenance. Successful at fielding citizens' complaints and reaching effective compromises. Experience attending court proceedings and assessing demolition and rehabilitation projects. Able to communicate clearly and concisely.

  • Administrative
  • Army
  • Basic
  • Oral
  • Counseling
  • CPR
  • Customer support
  • Firing
  • First Aid
  • GPS
  • Personnel
  • Police
  • Radio
  • Read
  • Reporting
  • Safety
  • Warrants
  • Written
  • Knowledge of City Systems (EnerGov, Munis, Questys)
  • Ability to enforce ordinances
Code Enforcement Officer, 10/2006 - Current
City Of Gainesville, Fl Gainesville, FL,
  • Prepare accurate and understandable oral and written reports regarding criminal and civil cases.
  • Ability to communicate with the public in a professional manner and make critical decisions under stressful conditions.
  • Participate and testify in misdemeanor court proceedings.
  • Knowledge of the California Penal Code, California Vehicle Code, California Health and Safety Code, California Building Codes, International Property Maintenance Code as well as local municipal codes and zoning regulations.
  • Conduct field investigations regarding general complaints and pending violations received by the community to ensure compliance and issue written warnings, citations and possible arrest when necessary.
  • Prepare, present and carry out abatement warrants to appointed judges within the court system.
  • Issue misdemeanor and administrative citations to violators of local and state laws when necessary.
  • Conduct and supervise weed abatements, securing of vacant properties and removal of debris along side community and court appointed workers.
  • California Penal Code 832 certified, ASAP Baton and Pepper Spray certified and Basic Code Enforcement Officer certified through the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers.
Range Support Specialist, 10/1999 - 10/2006
IAP World Wide Services, Inc. NTC City, STATE,
  • Responsible for maintaining firing ranges, training areas and facilities to meet Department of Army standards for training.
  • Conduct and supervise inspections on ranges and training areas concerning safety and compliance of all Fort Irwin as well as Department of Army rules and regulations for training.
  • Knowledge of military and civilian firearms and ammunition.
  • Provide customer support towards the general requirements for effective training.
  • Ability to read, interpret and navigate with the use of a compass, protractor, GPS and topographical map.
  • Proficient in identifying, marking and reporting unexploded military ordnance.
  • Administered classes and briefings pertaining to safety and operations to both military and civilian personnel.
  • Conducted surveys regarding the preservation and relocation of wildlife.
  • Certified in Adult CPR and First Aid through the American Red Cross.
Military Police / Patrol Supervisor, 05/1995 - 05/1999
United States Marines Corps City, STATE,
  • Performed police duties to assure the protection of life, property and civil rights of individuals through the enforcement of federal, state and county laws.
  • Prepared accurate and understandable oral and written reports.
  • Ability to communicate with the public in a professional manner and make critical decisions under stressful situations.
  • Participated and testified in federal court proceedings.
  • Trained in military and civilian firearms, radio procedures and identifying controlled substances and drug paraphernalia.
  • Dispatched and prioritized calls reported by the community to units in the field.
  • Patrolled and supervised assigned areas on foot and by motor vehicle.
  • Proficient in securing crime scenes, collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses.
  • Performed Pre- and Post- shift briefings, assigned individual shift duties as well as supervised these duties.
  • Conducted monthly counseling statements for junior Marines concerning good, bad and improved work habits.
  • Honorably Discharged, received Award for Good Conduct and National Defense Medal.
  • Monitored and authorized access to restricted areas by employees and visitors to guard against theft and incursion.
  • Prepared operation plans and orders to support security of resources and installations.
  • Composed reports on daily activities and incidents, which encompassed theft and damage to property, presence of unauthorized individuals and other unexpected situations.
  • Monitored and investigated suspicious persons, situations and unusual activities.
  • Supervised maintenance of tactical plans and equipment while monitoring personnel, improving overall preparedness for emergencies.
Education and Training
Associates of Arts: Liberal Arts, Expected in 2006
Victor Valley College - ,
General Diploma: , Expected in 1994
Gretna High School - ,

Multiple Ironman Triathlon Finisher

Marine Corp Award for Good Conduct

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  • Gretna High School

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