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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Websites, Portfolios, Profiles
  • https://www.linkedin/in/Jessica-Claire
Professional Summary

Ambitious, career-focused, anxious to obtain a project manager position to help launch career while achieving mission success. Dedicated 14+ year management professional, with history of meeting company goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organization.

Accomplishments
  • Volunteered to manage Canine Plasma Apheresis Program project by drafting the blood collection Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), oversaw set-up and maintenance of required equipment, and actively participated in obtaining blood products that had been absent since 2013.
  • Afghanistan deployment, served as the evening shift manager providing supervisory oversight of blood operations of over 22 medical treatment facilities, reviewed over 300 platelet units and 500 prescreens for the Walking Blood Bank Program to ensure donor eligibility and quality assurance.
  • Managed the Lyon County COVID-19 military assistance mission and volunteered to train over 25 personnel to standard.
Skills
  • Experience with project methodology and project management is advantageous
  • Experience with project financials to include inventory, distributing funds and equipment, while concentrating on budget
  • Excel at adaptability for various computer systems
  • Medical Equipment Maintenance
  • Medical Administration
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Client Counseling
  • Operations support
  • Strategic planning
  • Staff Management
  • Employee training
Military Experience
Combat Medic Instructer- SSG/E-6, 09/2020 to Current
Rochester General Health SystemSodus, NY,
  • Manages instruction as subject matter expert on vascular access while organizing hands-on training for crawl-walk-run phases of course.
  • Achieves 100% student recertification of NREMT.
  • Applies various teaching aids to minimize learning gaps to facilitate and motivate soldiers.
  • Defines and articulates goal learning outcomes, performance metrics and changes to improve student learning.
  • Created and implemented written and oral assessments.
Combat Medic (68W)- SGT/E-5, 10/2018 to 08/2020
Rochester General Health SystemSpencerport, NY,
  • Volunteered above current leadership position and took responsibility for laboratory management to maximize integrated support of patients.
  • Developed and deployed laboratory hands-on training of all Kansas Medical Detachment medics and revised laboratory shipping standard operation procedures to improve mission success.
  • Volunteered for Senior Medic at Kamp Konza, providing care to over 170 participants to include managing day-to-day operations and dissemination of medical services, while adjusting for unforeseen issues.
Medical Laboratory Technician, 01/2012 to 09/2016
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Reestablished technical and tactical knowledge in collection, testing, receiving, processing, and storage of blood and blood products throughout 22 medical facilities over Afghanistan valued over $10 million dollars.
  • Streamlined prices for receiving and shipping blood shipments, contributing to units 98% on time delivery of over 800 routine and emergency blood shipments.
  • Served as second shift manager during Blood Support Detachment Operations deployment, providing and overseeing health, welfare, morale, training, and combat readiness of three soldiers.
  • Designed, implemented, and managed training for company and battalion level alcohol and drug testing to over 20 personnel to instruct their own units throughout Afghanistan.
Medical Laboratory Technician, 11/2008 to 01/2012
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Developed and initiated projects, managed costs, and monitored performance as logistics manager at Irwin Army Community Hospital Laboratory yearly budget of 1.5 million dollars.
  • Collected, accessioned, and certified laboratory results on CHCS and Alta computer programs within hospital and clinics on weekend, night, and day shifts.
  • Disciplined and excelled in multi-tasking, while consistently meeting laboratory accession times.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Pre-Veterinary Science , Expected in 12/2021 to Kansas State University (KSU) - Manhattan, KS,
GPA:

GPA: 3.471

Certifications
  • Army Advanced Leadership Course (May 2021)
  • Common Faculty Development- Instructor Course (June 2020)
  • NREMT Certification (Aug 2017)
  • Resilience Training (Mar 2015)/ Master Resiliency Trainer (2022)
  • SAMS 1E- Medical Maintenance System (Nov 2013)
  • Army Basic Leadership Course (Sept 2009)
  • Army Medical Laboratory Specialist Certificate (Oct 2008)
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School Attended

  • Kansas State University (KSU)

Job Titles Held:

  • Combat Medic Instructer- SSG/E-6
  • Combat Medic (68W)- SGT/E-5
  • Medical Laboratory Technician
  • Medical Laboratory Technician

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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