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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
Skills

Type 60-65 words per minute

Excellent worker

Dependable

Microsoft Word

Honest

Knowledgeable 

Communicative

Fast learner

Work History
Consumer Safety Inspector, 09/2012 to Current
Department Of AgricultureElko, NV, United States
  • Hours per week: 60 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 8 CSI (Consumer Safety Inspector)
  • Duties:
  • Effectively enforce inspection procedures as outlined in FSIS Regulations, Directives, and Notices rotating between two different establishments that perform both slaughter and processing operations.  
  • Perform ante/post mortem inspection duties at each establishment to ensure the production of wholesome products.
  • Enforce the Humane Handling Act to ensure humane treatment of animals presented for slaughter.
  • Enforce both the Federal Meat Inspection Act and Poultry Products Inspection Act to ensure industry compliance as prescribed with 9CFR (Code of Federal Regulations).  Implement FSIS Directives/Notices and verify the establishment is in compliance with the regulations in regards to their Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP), Sanitation Performance Standards (SPS), and various records.
  • Perform pre-operational sanitation inspections.
  • Ensure that regulated establishments produce a safe product by executing appropriate inspection methods, determining noncompliance, and initiating enforcement actions when warranted.
  • Conduct product sampling (KISS, MT60, Salmonella, and residue), and follow up results with the laboratory and document findings.
  • Implement and document non-food safety consumer protection activities and food security verification activities.
  • Record HATS, EARDS, PHIS, and document daily findings.
  • Ensure production is performed in a sanitary environment to prevent product adulteration.
  • Directly observe conditions in the establishment and verify compliance of the establishment's operation with the SPS regulations.
  • Identify and document noncompliance, describe each noncompliance in clear concise terms and cite specific regulatory requirements that were not met and implement regulatory control actions where warranted.
  • Review daily tally sheets for online inspectors and plant management and record daily disposition reports when required by the Inspector In Charge (IIC)
  • Verify the establishment's calculation of solution ratios required for a specific product.
  • Daily monitor and verify plant testing and records.
  • Assure that products approved for export are in compliance with all applicable federal laws, regulations and foreign requirements.  Prepare required records of export inspection activities including certificates and other documentation, assure the security of export stamps, monitor the markings of products, and verify accuracy of labels and export documents.  Assure that export inspection sites meet general sanitation and facility requirements.
  • Inventory and order supplies for government offices, perform all maintenance and updates on Government computers and equipment, assist in weekly meetings with plant management.
  • Supervisor: Dr. Deci McIver, DVM (406)570-5479
  • Okay to contact this supervisor: Yes.
  • Supervisor:  Dr. Michael Mikhaiel, DVM, MPH (360)225-6093
  • Okay to contact this supervisor:  Yes.





Food Inspector, 05/2007 to 08/2012
Department Of AgricultureEly, MN, United States
  • Salary 36,000 USD Per Year
  • Duties:
  • Responsible for effectively enforcing inspection procedures as outlined in FSIS Regulations, Directives and Notices.
  • Trained and proficient in recognizing violations and non-compliance activities involving the processing of a wholesome product while working online.  Notified plant management to enable the establishment to rectify problems such as water dripping from the ceiling or rails, rail dust, grease or metal on product, to ensure that corrective action have been taken.
  • Ensured that regulated establishments produced a safe product by executing appropriate inspection methods, determining noncompliance with regulatory requirements,(Meat and Poultry Act) and notifying offline personnel of the noncompliance to ensure appropriate actions were followed when warranted.
  • Responsible for conducting post-mortem inspection procedures on whole carcasses (beef)and for the identification of abnormal or diseased conditions, removal of foreign particles on carcasses with visible fecal material as per the Zero Tolerance Rule, directing plant employees as to the trimming of affected parts and lesions.
  • Monitored and verified that the plant dressing and presentation procedures were in accordance with applicable standards and that all processing and handling procedures for eviscerated product adhered and complied with regulations. 
  • Trained new inspectors on their inspection duties, recognizing pathology, contamination, and proper disposition of contamination and defect removal.
  • Also trained new inspectors on knife safety, knife handling, and knife sharpening skills.
  • Assisted new inspector's seeking advice regarding policies to help in their decision making on slaughter duties.
  • Received training from a CSI 8/9 on their duties such as residue sample taking and inspecting exports. 
  • Involved in numerous noncompliance reports regarding product contamination, pest control, SSOP's, and GMP violations.
  • Monitored plant corrective actions and preventative measures to ensure they stayed in compliance and communicated with offline personnel to keep them abreast of the situation. 

Supervisor: Dr. Sam Peabody (806-966-9228)

Okay to contact this supervisor:  Yes

 

Supervisor, 01/1993 to 05/2007
John DeereCoffeyville, KS,
  • Responsibilities included but were not limited to public relations, personnel training, preparation of daily Sanitation reports, supervision of forty-two employees, weekly payroll distribution, breakdown, cleaning, and inspection of equipment.
  • Extensive knowledge of processing equipment operations and chemicals, optimal training in recognition of product discrepancies.
  • Conducted safety meetings once per month and worked closely with Quality Control personnel and USDA Inspectors to ensure sanitary requirements were met and maintained.

 

Education
Bachelor's Degree: Health/Physical Education History, Expected in 05/1988
Southeastern Oklahoma State University - Durant, OK
GPA: GPA: 3.04
GPA: 3.04 Credits Earned: 124.00 Semester hours Health/Physical Education History
Oklahoma State Department of Education Teaching Certificate AgLearn Woodland, WA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Food Technology, Expected in 10/5/2010
Mississippi State University - Starkville, MS
GPA:
FSIS-4089 FSRE Refresher Shelf Stable - 9/2/2013 FSIS-4086/7 FSRE Refresher Sanitation and HACCP for Raw Products - 8/6/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Not Shelf Stable, RTE/NRTE - 8/2/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Raw Product - 7/29/2013 FSIS-6005 Export Verification - 5/25/2013 FSIS-4078 FSRE HACCP RTE/NRTE - Philadelphia, PA 7-27-12 FSIS-4077-FSRE HACCP RAW : , Expected in
FSRE Santitation - ,
GPA:

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

  • FSIS-3600 Poultry Slaughter Inspection 3/6/2015
  • General Security & Situational Awareness Training 2/14/2015
  • Active Shooter: What Can You Do 2/14/2015
  • Hazard Communications (HAZWOPER) 12/5/2014
  • Laboratory Safety 12/5/2014 FSIS-Directive 10,000.1 Revision 4 Affirmation 11/27/2014
  • FSIS-7009 NFSCPR-04B04 (General Labeling) 11/27/14
  • FY2015 USDA Information Security Awareness Training 11/27/2014
  • FSIS-8500 Recognizing and Reporting Workplace Safety 8/23/2015
  • FSIS-Performance Management for Bargaining Unit Employees 8/6/2014
  • FSIS-Beef Sanitary Dressing & Process Control Procedures 4/19/2014
  • FSIS-Introduction to Export Certification 3/8/2014
  • Lockout/Tagout for Authorized Persons 1/27/2014
  • FSIS-Lockout/Tagout Safety Procedures 1/8/2014
  • Lockout/Tagout 1/8/2014 FSIS-7009 NF SCPRR-04804 (General Labeling) 11/25/2013
  • FY2014 USDA Information Security Awareness Training 11/14/2014
  • FSIS-Dual Jurisdiction Establishment Inspection Policies 9/6/2013
  • FSIS-3900 Livestock Slaughter Inspection 9/13/2013
  • FSIS-4088 FSRE Refresher HACCP RTE/NRTE 9/5/2013
  • FSIS-4089 FSRE Refresher Shelf Stable 9/2/2013
  • FSIS-4086/7 FSRE Refresher Sanitation and HACCP for Raw Products 8/6/2013
  • FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Not Shelf Stable RTE/NRTE 8/2/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Raw Product 7/29/2013
  • FSIS-Humane Handling Basics 5/25/2013
  • FSIS-6005 Export Verification 5/25/2013
  • FSIS-Situation-Based Humane Handling (Part 1) 5/9/2013
  • FSIS-Situation-Based Humane Handling (Part 2) 5/9/2013
  • FSIS-4077 FSIS-Employee Preparation for an H1N1 Human Pandemic 5/9/2013
  • FSIS 808-09 Tonsil Course 4/26/13
  • FSIS-Federal Meat Inspection Act and Poultry Products Inspection Act 4/22/2013
  • FSIS Lockout/Tagout Safety Procedures 1/17/2013
  • FSIS-4078 FSRE HACCP RTE/NRTE 7/27/2012 FSIS-PHIS 7/27/2012
  • FSRE HACCP RAW 6/15/2012
  • FSIS-4076 FSRE Sanitation 6/15/2012
  • FSIS-Cattle Post-mortem CD/DVD 10/5/2010
  • FSIS-4089 FSRE Refresher Shelf Stable - 9/2/2013
  • FSIS-4086/7 FSRE Refresher Sanitation and HACCP for Raw Products - 8/6/2013
  • FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Not Shelf Stable, RTE/NRTE - 8/2/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Raw Product - 7/29/2013
  • FSIS-6005 Export Verification - 5/25/2013
  • FSIS-4078 FSRE HACCP RTE/NRTE - Philadelphia, PA 7-27-12
  • FSIS-4077-FSRE HACCP RAW - Atlanta, GA 6/15/2012 FSIS-4076 FSRE Santitation - Atlanta, GA 6/15/2012

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School Attended

  • Southeastern Oklahoma State University
  • Mississippi State University
  • FSRE Santitation

Job Titles Held:

  • Consumer Safety Inspector
  • Food Inspector
  • Supervisor

Degrees

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Oklahoma State Department of Education Teaching Certificate AgLearn Woodland, WA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications
  • FSIS-4089 FSRE Refresher Shelf Stable - 9/2/2013 FSIS-4086/7 FSRE Refresher Sanitation and HACCP for Raw Products - 8/6/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Not Shelf Stable, RTE/NRTE - 8/2/2013 FSIS-Industry Practices for Producing Raw Product - 7/29/2013 FSIS-6005 Export Verification - 5/25/2013 FSIS-4078 FSRE HACCP RTE/NRTE - Philadelphia, PA 7-27-12 FSIS-4077-FSRE HACCP RAW

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