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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Efficiency-driven and quality-focused military leader with in-depth understanding of updating, developing and integrating policies to support mission requirements. Analytical and focused leader with subject matter expertise in Military Police operations, geospatial information sciences, data analysis, budgeting, and logistics.

Skills
  • Contextual, analytical thinker
  • Logical reasoning
  • Dedicated learner
  • Geospatial intelligence analysis
  • Computer programming (Python, MySQL)
  • Cyber security
  • Business security management
  • Law enforcement operations
Experience
Operations Research/Systems Analyst, 01/2020 - Current
Department Of Defense Laurel Bay, SC,
  • Serves as the principle ORSA and planning officer for 3rd Infantry Division to analyze the implementation of initiatives across all Military Police functions.
  • Produce analysis and decision support products to underpin critical decisions by leaders and managers at all echelons under the command of 3rd Infantry Division
  • Conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis of Military Police force utilization plans and internal Division General Staff processes
Detachment Commander, 03/2018 - 12/2019
385th Military Police Battalion, US Army City, STATE,
  • Commanded a deployable Military Police Headquarters in support of worldwide contingency operations
  • Responsible for the individual and collective training, professional development, care, and quality of life for 95 Soldiers and their Families
  • Responsible for the sustainment and mission readiness of Headquarters equipment valued at over $10 million
  • Oversaw the deployment of trainers to assist partner militaries in Africa
  • Developed a new Headquarters operating concept designed to increase survivability while maintaining Command and Control capabilities
  • Developed a Detachment battle rhythm in an effort to balance Individual and Collective training requirements with Battalion Staff and Support requirements; provided multiple staff and support sections with predictability
Battalion Budget & Logistics Officer (S-4), 07/2017 - 03/2018
385th Military Police Battalion, US Army City, STATE,
  • Responsible for overseeing all logistics support systems and mobilization operations of a Military Police Battalion of over 800 personnel; advises the Commander on all areas of logistics, supply management, and budget
  • Managed an annual budget in excess of $1.8 million
  • Oversaw the deployment and redeployment of multiple Military Police units in support of a variety of missions across the globe
  • Built partnerships among multiple logistics stakeholders across the Fort Stewart installation to better enable and ensure organizational success
  • Responsible for the unit-level administration of Government Travel Card and Defense Travel System programs; served as a Billing Official for the unit's Government Purchase Card program
  • Instituted new budget tracking and budget decision tools and practices, enabling subordinate organizations to set, manage, and track their budgets as part of the larger organizational budget
Battalion Budget & Logistics Officer (S-4), 12/2015 - 12/2016
759th Military Police Battalion, US Army City, STATE,
  • Responsible for overseeing all logistics support systems and mobilization operations of a Military Police Battalion of over 850 personnel; advises the Commander on all areas of logistics, supply management, and budget
  • Managed an annual budget in excess of $2.9 million
  • Oversaw the deployment and redeployment of multiple Military Police units in support of a variety of missions across the globe
  • Built partnerships among multiple logistics stakeholders across the Fort Stewart installation to better enable and ensure organizational success
  • Responsible for the unit-level administration of Government Travel Card and Defense Travel System programs; served as a Billing Official for the unit's Government Purchase Card program
  • Instituted new budget tracking and budget decision tools and practices, enabling subordinate organizations to set, manage, and track their budgets as part of the larger organizational budget
  • Designed custom solutions to afford greater tracking of Financial Liability Investigations for Property Loss, significantly decreasing processing time
Executive Officer, 01/2015 - 12/2015
110th Military Police Company City, STATE,
  • Led a Headquarters Platoon consisting of seven support sections supporting a Military Police Company of over 160 Soldiers that supported worldwide contingency operations and policing the Fort Carson community
  • Responsible for the training, discipline, readiness, morale, welfare, and professional development of over 50 Soldiers and their Families
  • Supervised the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued in excess of $33 million
  • Performed additional duty as a Military Police Duty Officer, responsible for the daily policing of the Fort Carson community numbering over 70,000
  • Assumed command of the Military Police Company in the absence of the Commander
  • Streamlined maintenance and support systems and processes, resulting in an operational readiness rate of 99.7%; resulted in the unit winning the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence - Medium Category over all the units in Forces Command
Platoon Leader, 11/2013 - 01/2015
59th Military Company City, STATE,
  • Lead a Military Police Platoon supporting worldwide contingency and policing operations in support of Forces Command and the Fort Carson installation
  • Responsible for the training, discipline, readiness, morale, welfare, and professional development of over 80 Soldiers and their Families
  • Accountable for over $5 million of equipment
  • Oversaw the training, certification, and deployment of four Protective Service team deployments protecting General Officers across three different countries in Africa and the Middle East
  • Used professional Geospatial Analysis expertise to establish the Fort Carson Crime Intelligence Fusion Cell; designed and implemented crime occurrence mapping to drive directed-patrol processes
Education
Master of Arts: Business And Organizational Security Management, Expected in 12/2017
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Webster University - St Louis, MO
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Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Threat Detection

Bachelor of Science: Geospatial Information Sciences, Expected in 05/2013
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United States Military Academy - West Point, NY,
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Certifications

Certified GEOINT Professional - Essentials (CGP-E), USGIF

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Webster University
  • United States Military Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • Operations Research/Systems Analyst
  • Detachment Commander
  • Battalion Budget & Logistics Officer (S-4)
  • Battalion Budget & Logistics Officer (S-4)
  • Executive Officer
  • Platoon Leader

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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