correctional officer corporal resume example with 11+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Mechanic/Maintenance/Correctional Officer with over 11 years of successful experience in safety and decisiveness. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in industry. Strengths in Decision making and leadership backed by training in the Army and as a Correctional Officer.

  • Heavy Equipment operation
  • Incident Reporting
  • Emergency Response
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Ethics
  • Decisiveness
  • Occupational Hazard Mitigation
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Detail-Oriented
  • First Aid Certification
  • Practical Problem Solving
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Systems Monitoring
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Dedication
  • Sound Judgment
  • Self-discipline
  • Activity Supervision
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Mechanical Troubleshooting
  • Attention to Detail
  • Component and System Testing
  • Valid Driver's License Class A CDL
  • Safety Policies and Procedures
  • Decision Making
  • Willing to Learn
  • Diagnosis and Repair
  • Work Area Cleanliness
  • Multitasking and Prioritization
  • Vehicle Operation and Assessment
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Parts Repair and Refurbishment
  • Clean Driving Record
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Visual Inspection
  • Quality Assurance
  • Critical Thinking
  • Forklift Operation
  • Manual Dexterity
  • Material Loading and Unloading
  • Fast Reaction Time
  • PPE Use
  • Computer Terminal Operation
  • Cargo Handling
  • Dock Operations
  • Parts Cleaning and Lubrication
  • Word Processing
  • Operation Monitoring
  • Load Inspection
  • Skid, Platform, and Car Emptying
  • Pallet Disassembly and Assembly
  • Waste Prevention
  • Storage and Stacking
Work History
Correctional Officer Corporal , 05/2015 to Current
Union County, North CarolinaMonroe, NC,
  • Made rounds at specified intervals and conducted head counts and roll calls.
  • Supervised offender's daily activities, including school, meals, and recreation time.
  • Received and accounted for personal possessions and determined inmate work assignments.
  • Built solid relationships with staff and residents to keep the institution safe and secure.
  • Observed behavior of residents individually and in groups.
  • Searched buildings and grounds, living quarters, and work areas for contraband.
  • Discussed with offenders links between criminal behavior and anger management problems or drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Maintained custody and control of 94 inmates housed in the security unit.
  • Prepared, processed, and maintained forms, reports, logs, records, and activity journals.
  • Verified facility security by inspecting plumbing, outside areas, locks, and cells for potential hazards.
  • Conducted routine and emergency headcounts.
  • Tracked inmates through headcounts, visitor logs, and scheduled activities.
  • Inspected worksites and crew trucks for contraband, cleanliness, and safety.
  • Escorted inmates to and from cells, court, hospitals, and medical appointments.
  • Observed and supervised inmates throughout visits, mealtime, recreation, phone calls, and showers.
  • Established positive working relationships and maintained boundaries with resident offenders.
  • Completed dorm sanitation and maintenance checks and report results to management.
  • Use and proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Driver, 04/2014 to 05/2015
MccormickSalinas, CA,
  • Completed routine pre-and post-trip inspections to evaluate vehicles and assess maintenance needs.
  • Achieved consistent safety targets by adjusting driving to different road and traffic conditions, balancing loads, and avoiding dangerous driving actions.
  • Obtained customer signatures to complete and process paperwork.
  • Kept and studied detailed mileage and fuel reports to track overall fuel costs.
  • Generated consistent referrals and repeat business by providing friendly and fast service.
  • Upheld high standards of professionalism and discretion when working with high-value clients.
  • Coordinated efficient merchandise loading and unloading to keep up with tight schedules.
  • Planned and adjusted optimal routes based on traffic and weather conditions.
  • Worked directly with customers to assess quality issues, including damage and incompleteness of orders.
  • Kept management looped in on daily activities by updating logs with information such as mileage, gas use, and any special incidents.
  • Cleaned and maintained vehicle and assessed vehicle for damage after each shift.
  • Loaded and secured items in trucks to avoid damage to parcels during delivery.
  • Delivered goods and products to customers on time and in excellent condition.
  • Verified daily deliveries against shipping instructions before delivering to customers.
  • Checked in with dispatch service and updated with current location.
  • Coordinated efficient routes to avoid delays and optimize schedules.
  • Updated personal logs and business tracking documents accurately and according to schedule requirements.
Mechanic, 12/2005 to 09/2010
United States Army National GuardCity, STATE,
  • Performed diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures to find and identify root causes of mechanical issues.
  • Replaced damaged, missing, or defective parts with new and refurbished components.
  • Analyzed and located malfunctions in brakes, motors, switches, and control systems.
  • Examined new and replacement parts to uncover defects.
  • Consulted manuals, technical documentation, and repair tree charts for further information prior to conducting fixes.
  • Inspected and tested equipment to locate worn and damaged parts.
  • Demonstrated process of preventive maintenance and visual inspections to junior mechanics.
  • Tested newly installed equipment to determine proper functionality and compliance with regulations.
  • Completed full vehicle inspections to check for leaks, damage, or other issues of concern.
  • Inspected vehicles and evaluated the condition of systems, equipment, lights, and accessories.
  • Utilized diagnostic equipment to evaluate mechanical problems in vehicles.
  • Performed basic electric repairs such as resetting circuit breakers and fitting lighting fixtures.
  • Serviced vehicles according to OEM-recommended maintenance schedules for oil changes, engine tune-ups, and fluid changes.
  • Maintained functionality and reliability of engines, machines, and systems through regular diagnostic checks.
  • Ordered repair parts quickly to prevent delays in projects and repair work.
  • Inspected and tested vehicles and completed preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotations, wheel balancing, and filter replacement.
  • Followed established safety procedures and techniques when working under lifted vehicles.
  • Maintained accurate records of time and materials required to perform repairs and service.
  • Managed inventory through the computerized inventory control system.
  • Disassembled defective parts to make proper repairs.
  • Corrected unsafe conditions in work areas and immediately reported correctable conditions to supervisor.
  • Kept equipment in good working order by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, and maintaining supplies.
GED: , Expected in 09/2004
Hannan High School - Ashton, WV,

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School Attended

  • Hannan High School

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  • Correctional Officer Corporal
  • Driver
  • Mechanic


  • GED

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