Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Correctional Officer offers two-year history in corrections with superior record of defusing high-pressure situations with sound judgment and successful conflict resolution skills. Monitors and manages inmate behavior with focus maintaining order and proactively addressing potential conflicts. Committed Correctional Officer skilled in maintaining order by enforcing rules and regulations in prison and jail settings. Handles difficult inmates and high-pressure situations with sound judgment and reasoned thinking demonstrated over two-year industry history. Hardworking and passionate jobseeker with strong organizational skills eager to secure entry-level correction officer position in prison environment. Ready to help team achieve company goals. Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. Correction Officer with over two years of successful experience in corrections and rehabilitating. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in corrections industry. Strengths in discipline and correcting backed by training in Criminal Justice.

  • Recreational Activities
  • Public Safety
  • Head Counts
  • Contraband Searching
  • Corrections
  • Facility Inspections
  • Inmate Population Control
  • Security Checks
  • Disciplinary Actions
  • Incident Reporting
  • Emergency Response
  • Inmate Supervision
  • Rule Enforcement
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Jail Order
  • Conduct Monitoring
  • Security Procedures
  • Stress Management
  • Systems Monitoring
  • Restraint Techniques
  • Inmate Restraint
  • Inmate Custody
  • Decisiveness
  • Correctional Treatment
  • Dedication
  • Activity Supervision
  • Self-defense
  • Cell Inspections
  • Safety Precautions
Work History
05/2019 to Current
Correction Officer County Of Racine, Wisconsin Racine, WI,
  • Sanctioned regulatory compliance while managing visual inspections, work crew accountability, illegal substance checks and cell assessments.
  • Supervised inmates during all activities and transfers to monitor compliance and implement corrective actions.
  • Reduced escape attempts, crimes and other hazardous activity through close observation and situational awareness.
  • Led inmate work crews completing maintenance, construction, farming and operations activities.
  • Inspected condition of locks, window bars, doors and gates to prevent prisoner escapes.
  • Maintained safety and security of staff and public by applying defensive techniques and physical restraints.
  • Enforced regulatory compliance while managing visual inspections, work crew accountability, illegal substance checks, alcohol sensor testing and gate-locking procedures.
  • Patrolled [Number]-square foot facility and work areas to complete headcounts of inmates.
  • Streamlined operational efficiencies by effectively maintaining daily shift activity logs.
  • Used [Software] and [Software] to document facility and prisoner information, including prisoner identification, charges and inmate disturbance incidents.
  • Monitored radio transmissions between staff to respond immediately to directions and emergencies.
  • Effectively interacted with staff, offenders, visitors and public to maintain security within facility.
  • Conducted pat downs and strip searches of inmates and visitors to prevent contraband from entering facility.
  • Received and processed inmates into custody of institution by searching prisoners and taking charge of personal property.
  • Routinely counted inmates and in response to potential security breaches.
07/2017 to 05/2019
Factory Line Worker Peddle Austin, TX,
  • Completed durable assemblies and subassemblies with hand and power tools.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs quickly, accurately and with zero errors.
  • Boxed, labeled and transported items to support assembly operations.
  • Analyzed project specifications and other instructions prior to job start to pinpoint tasks and determine completion dates.
  • Followed outlined specifications to implement assembly plans.
  • Calibrated equipment to maintain optimal performance.
  • Compared parts to stock lists and material parameters to check compliance and identify non-conforming parts.
  • Prevented equipment jams or wasted materials by setting and verifying accurate parts clearances.
  • Removed rough spots to enhance parts alignment and improve finishes.
  • Buffed out minor scratches and imperfections to improve product quality.
  • Conducted quality assurance inspections on finished components and identified issues.
  • Put hazardous materials in properly marked containers to avoid injuries or contamination.
  • Performed hand-finishing of final products after assembling component parts for items.
  • Used basic mathematical abilities to calculate materials, hourly rates and other relevant details.
  • Inspected and tested components, assemblies and power tools for proper functionality.
  • Sampled and tested final products to check conformance with production tolerances.
  • Assembled components with minimal supervision, exceeding expected project milestones.
  • Identified machinery malfunctions by performing troubleshooting tasks.
  • Assisted quality assurance by inspecting items and removing defective parts.
  • Checked position and alignment of each component to prevent errors and minimize materials waste.
  • Used hand trucks, forklifts and scissor lifts to complete tasks and transport items.
04/2013 to 07/2017
House Inspector B.P City, STATE,
  • Conducted inspections using standard forms consistent with knowledge of industry standards and requirements for various categories of conventional and government-backed financing.
  • Tested electrical outlets for proper function, documenting signs of unsound wiring and verifying installation of GFCI outlets where required by law or regulation.
  • Inspected exterior of building as well as around door frames and windows for cracks indicating foundation movement, recommending foundation inspection when pronounced signs appear.
  • Reported on wear and tear and general functionality of roofing, estimating remaining life and recording any noted leaks, missing shingles or other structural or functional deficiencies.
  • Identified indications of defective plumbing, leaks and resulting problems such as water damage and indications of hazardous mold arising from flooding or pooled water.
  • Commented on functionality and condition of HVAC components, including condensers, fans, duct work, filters and electrical switches.
  • Noted violations and issued documentation such as stop work orders to contractors or owners.
  • Kept up-to-date on inspection regulations, codes, ordinances and techniques.
  • Provided information about methods and materials to correct problems and bring construction in compliance with ordinances and codes.
  • Re-inspected commercial and residential constructions which previously failed inspections.
  • Completed inspections of current construction, refurbishment and repair projects.
  • Investigated complaints, incidents and accidents at work sites.
  • Worked to maintain outstanding attendance record, consistently arriving to work ready to start immediately.
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
07/2004 to 07/2013
Team Lead Delphi Automotive City, STATE,
  • Operated all types of production machinery safely to reduce workplace accidents.
  • Participated in cross-functional team-building activities.
  • Continuously checked products for quality assurance according to strict guidelines.
  • Mentored newly hired employees on operating equipment and safety and developed training manual to use for reference.
  • Set up and calibrated machinery to meet specific production requirements and meet desired tolerances.
  • Established open and professional relationships with team members which helped resolve issues and conflicts quickly.
  • Took on additional job duties during unexpected backlog, resulting in meeting project target date.
  • Coached team members in techniques necessary to complete job tasks.
  • Worked different stations to provide optimal coverage and meet production goals.
  • Operated material moving equipment to move heavy loads and maintain production levels.
  • Handled troubleshooting tasks and used repair methods to immediately rectify assembly line issues.
  • Documented counts and sorted finished work to promote easy access for shipping or additional processing.
  • Trained new team members by relaying information on company procedures and safety requirements.
Expected in
: Criminal Justice
Eastern Gateway Community College - Steubenville, OH
  • Continuing education in Criminal Justice
  • Received twenty eight credits so far
Expected in 06/1994
High School Diploma:
Morenci High School - Morenci, MI,

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