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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Summary
A dedicated, energetic, focused, highly qualified, and hardworking business management professional offering a strong background in employee training and development, new hire orientations and employee relations. A business management professional with twenty years of experience effectively managing projects requiring interaction with multiple Hawai'i Department of Education offices. A business management professional who values high performance and professionalism, who is personable and well versed in organizing all pre-employment new hire orientation for incoming employees'. A business management professional who is results-oriented, meticulous and collaborative with a unique ability to resolve employee issues and concerns in a professional manner.
Skills
Microsoft Office proficiency Strong interpersonal skills Microsoft Power Point Human Resources Management (HRM) Microsoft Publisher DOE Web Application Portal Excel spreadsheets DOE TSEAS
Experience
Cultural Integration Specialist, 12/2016 - Current
Avondale, AZ,
  • As the Cultural Integration Specialist with the Salvation Army Family Treatment Services (FTS), my primary role is to work with the Executive Director, FTS Clinical Director, Ola Kino Maika'i Coordinator and other program staff.
  • Coordinate cultural resources and experts to effectively integrate cultural learning experiences, values and practices into FTS' substance abuse treatment services for women.
  • In my position, I promoted native Hawaiian language, Hawaiian culture and Hawaiian values.
  • Together, these lessons and activities helped to foster and develop lifelong learners through hula, lei making, and Hawaiian culture arts such as lauhala weaving.
  • Our team conducts small group classroom activities as well as invite native Hawaiian practitioners to share valuable insight on native Hawaiian learning, Hawaiian values, and Hawaiian culture.
  • The women experienced learning excursions which helped them develop a sense of place and an understanding to their connection to native Hawaiian values and Hawaiian culture.
  • We used a variety of teaching methods such as discussions, hands-on activities, and storytelling to enhance the learning opportunities for the women.
SASA III, 07/1996 - 12/2015
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  • State of Hawaii Department of Education Anuenue K-12 Honolulu, HI Office Management:.
  • Assist in developing yearly budgetary forecasts with departments and ensure forecasts meet school guidelines.
  • Served on teams that created short-term and long-term objectives in accordance with school goals.
  • eHR certificated records, transactions, and positions.
  • eHR classified records, transactions, and positions.
  • Assist in Academic and Financial Plan planning and implementation.
  • Assist in School Financial Plan planning and implementation.
  • Analyze appropriated financial budgets implementation with Principal, Vice Principal and Grade Level Chairpersons.
  • Assist the Principal and Vice Principal with each budget program allocation.
  • Responsible for the implementation of the eHuman Resource online applications, classifications, and transaction.
  • Assist the Principal and Vice Principal to coordinate and calculate the amount of certificated and classified positions available each fiscal year.
  • Recommend and analyze data received from the eHuman Resource web-based application.
  • To enable and determine certificated and classified positions available and assist in calculating which certificated positions to be announced in the upcoming school year.
  • Plan and organize school office operations, clerical staff and office procedures.
  • Secretarial:.
  • Schedule appointments for school principal, review mail, reports, and memos.
  • Advise principal on matters requiring his attention including deadlines, appointments, and commitments.
  • Establish and maintain confidential personnel files.
  • Record minutes at staff, grade level chairpersons and SCC meetings.
  • Fiscal & Record Keeping:.
  • Supervise and assist Account Clerk.
  • Supervise and assist Office Clerk.
  • Collection of daily deposits, maintain records and reconcile with monthly bank statements.
  • Maintain controls on appropriated funds, reconcile state fiscal reports.
  • Maintain school office supplies Personnel and Payroll:.
  • Prepare and maintain all classified and certificated staff records and transactions.
  • Maintain attendance, payroll, and leave records.
  • Assist in OIA Athletics budget allocations and allotments for student athletes, coaching staff and athletic trainer.
  • Assist staff in completing all forms regarding pre-employment, reclassification, works compensation, payroll and health benefits.
  • Prepare time-sheets, payroll records for substitute and casual hire personnel.
  • Assist new applicants with new hire forms.
  • eHR certificated records and positions.
  • eHR classified records and positions.
  • Assist in Academic Financial Plan planning and implementation.
  • Assist in School Financial Plan planning and implementation.
  • Responsible for the implementation of the eHuman Resource online applications.
  • Assist the Principal and Vice Principal to coordinate, calculate, and determine the certificated and classified.
  • Recommend and analyze data received from the eHuman Resource web-based application.
  • Tdeternineand To enable and determine the certificated and classified positions available, and assist in calculating which ininluculatingcalculatingwhichwhichwhichannounced in the certificated positions to be announced in the upcoming school year.
  • Coordinate with DAGS and facilities regarding (CIP) capital improvement projects, scheduling of contractors, attending Candace Pang, Clinical Director, The Salvation Army Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division positions available each year.
  • Facilities and Ground Services:.
  • Serve as liaison to various Hawai'i Department of Education offices, and contractors.
  • pre-team and post-team meetings.
  • Participate in project design, priority meetings, location and construction timetables.
  • Process school emergency repair forms; maintain school repair and maintenance files.
  • Control and issue school keys.
Judicial Clerk, -
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  • District Court of the First Circuit State of Hawaii Judiciary Branch.
  • Assisting defendants at the counter with various traffic violations.
  • Efficiency handled customer phone calls.
  • Prepared court calendars, reschedules court dates, and recalled warrants.
  • Issued abstracts, accept bail posting, issues drivers license clearances.
  • Prepared, process, and deposit daily cash transactions.
Support Service Case Manager Ke 'Ola Pono, 06/2017 - Current
Maricopa County, Arizona City, STATE, Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors. Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs. Organized field trips to local parks, fire stations and zoos. Encouraged students to be understanding of and helpful to others. Physically and verbally interacted with students throughout the day to keep them engaged. Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels. Supported students in developing strategies for individual needs and classroom group dynamics. Implemented [Program type] programs to encourage student participation.
Education and Training
Master of Arts: Educational Leadership, Expected in
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Chaminade University of Honolulu - ,
GPA:
Educational Leadership
Bachelor of Arts: Business Management, Expected in
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GPA:
Business Management
BA: , Expected in
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Chaminade University of Honolulu - ,
GPA:
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts, Expected in
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Chaminade University of Honolulu - ,
GPA:
Liberal Arts
High School Diploma: , Expected in
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Kaimuki High School - ,
GPA:
Activities and Honors
Honolulu, HI, USA Community Service Board Member, Treasurer, Moms on a Mission Hawaii, 2008 - present Board Member, Treasurer, Rotary Club of East Honolulu, 2014 - 2017 Advisory Council Member, HCAP Leahi District Center, 1996 Board Member, Treasurer, Palolo Vikings Pop Warner Football, 1996 - 1998 Board Member, Treasurer, Kaimuki Little League Baseball, 1998 - 2000 Board Member, School Community Council Member, Anuenue, 1996 - 2015
Skills
Academic, Schedule appointments, Army, arts, attention to detail, benefits, budgets, budget, clerical, coaching, Strong interpersonal skills, drivers, Financial, forms, funds, Human Resources Management, Notes, Director, meetings, Excel spreadsheets, mail, Microsoft Office, Office, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Publisher, works, Office Management, Payroll, Personnel, Copier, problem solver, project design, Record Keeping, maintain records, scheduling, Secretarial, Self-starter, teaching, team player, phone, Time management, Toshiba, trainer, warrants

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School Attended

  • Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Kaimuki High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Cultural Integration Specialist
  • SASA III
  • Judicial Clerk
  • Support Service Case Manager Ke 'Ola Pono

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • BA
  • Associate of Arts
  • High School Diploma

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