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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Experienced safety, security, and natural resource management professional with proven success at developing, implementing, monitoring and communicating a variety of safety, security, and natural resource management initiatives and programs for small and large target groups through logical, insightful, and informative processes. Committed customer service focus with a personable, enthusiastic attitude, and diverse skills in establishing rapport and building relationships leading to organizational success.

Skills
  • Strong coordination, organization, and liaison skills to effectively design, implement, monitor, and sustain safety, security, and energy conservation programs within a diverse organization of 3,500 full and part-time employees and over 60,000 full and part-time students.
  • Demonstrated investigation skills in both individual and team settings to establish, resolve, or mediate corrective actions for safety and security incidents requiring reporting to local, state and federal agencies.
  • Detail-oriented problem solving skills applied to a variety of safety, security, emergency management, and energy conservation issues within a given work day or week.
  • Proven ability and commitment to being discreet, tactful, timely, and judicious when addressing internal and external organizational needs.
  • Communicated technical information clearly, concisely, and effectively across organizational layers, and for local, state, and federal partners using social media, email, emergency notification, and face to face methods.
  • Effectively negotiated, de-escalated, and mediated sensitive and emotional situations applying a respectful, calming, and empathetic presence that built towards a resolution or positive outcome.
  • Investigated safety and security incidents utilizing data collection methods that included CCTV surveillance and monitoring, interviewing, incident statements, prior incident documentation, and law enforcement documentation.
  • Diplomatic interpersonal skills centered on customer service allowing for a successful and effective ability to relate to all levels of employees, students, vendors, and visitors.
  • Strong ability to seek and gain consensus and approval for creative solutions to often times challenging and controversial safety and security issues from a diverse organizational leadership team.
  • Proactively assessed organizational needs at all levels to maintain a high level of preparedness and response to a wide variety of safety, security and emergency crises.
  • Transitioned a diverse, unarmed security team of 35 officers to a security team of 6 armed officers, and all 35 officers carrying tasers.
Experience
05/2012 to 12/2022
Director of Safety, Security, Energy Management Aecom Green Bay, WI,
  • Established, implemented, enforced, and monitored security and safety policies and procedures for each of the 12 locations included within the DMACC district.
  • Responsible for the continued implementation, monitoring, enforcement, and reporting of DMACC’s Fire Safety Program, OSHA Safety Program, Lab Safety Program, Chemical Safety Program, Crisis and Emergency Management Program, and Safe Colleges Training Program.
  • Coordinated and monitored hazardous waste storage and disposal for each of 12 locations included within the DMACC district to maintain compliance relating to all federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Improved federally mandated annual faculty, staff, and student safety training by incorporating online safety training through the use of Safe Colleges training systems.
  • Investigated, resolved and reported on safety and security incidents and accidents submitted by employees and students.
  • Conducted regular safety inspections of facilities to check compliance with fire, hazard and safety guidelines relating to all federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Organized and coordinated comprehensive and consistent fire, tornado, and active shooter protocols and drills to increase employee safety awareness.
  • Liaised with local emergency services, police and fire to coordinate and develop training for the college security department and employees.
  • Liaised with FEMA and local law enforcement agencies to conduct security risk assessments for each of 12 district locations to better identify and improve security weaknesses, and build upon security strengths.
  • Maintained district wide supplies for 1st Aid, AED's, and tourniquets, and coordinated district wide employee training for 1st Aid/AED/CPR and Stop the Bleed training.
  • Coordinated all DMACC COVID contact tracing, established all DMACC COVID social distancing standards for classrooms and employee work areas, coordinated all DMACC COVID PPE purchasing, storage, and distribution.
  • Managed all aspects of the college security department which included 35 full and part-time, non-sworn officers performing regular duties at 10 of the 12 DMACC locations.
  • Worked with a district wide committee to assess and successfully implement an armed officer team to the college security department.
  • Worked with college leaders to improve security operations by successfully implementing a new, state of the art security dispatch center.
  • Presented over 500 active shooter presentations to college students and employees, community organizations, and statewide conferences.
  • Managed all aspects of the college CCTV system, including CCTV projects, access control, training, and cooperation with local law enforcement and insurance companies when required for accidents or incidents.
  • Managed the college emergency notification system used for emergencies such as active shooter, tornado, weather delays/closings, and operations impacts such as loss of power.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored a people-oriented energy management program for DMACC that avoided over $4 million in utility costs over a 5 year period.
  • Worked with the DMACC academic scheduling department to redesign and implement a more logical and efficient 9-day calendar to more efficiently use spaces that benefited the energy program, as well as physical plant services, IT, security, and student services.
  • Promoted energy awareness through a variety of face to face presentations, promotional materials, campus newspapers, a sustainability website, and other forms of social media.
08/2007 to 05/2020
Adjunct Instructor, Geography and Env Science Des Moines Area Community College City, STATE,
  • Worked independently developing a variety of presentations, assessment methods, and evaluation tools for geography and environmental science lecture and lab courses at Ankeny, Urban, and Boone campus locations.
  • Assisted DMACC in successfully increasing student enrollment through recruitment at on-campus and off-campus events.
  • Counseled, tutored, and advised students regarding academic and non-academic issues.
  • Developed professional and academic letters of recommendation as requested by former and current students to successfully advance their academic and professional careers.
  • Assisted curriculum development and course competencies committees for geography and environmental science programs.
  • Awarded Teacher of the Year 2010 by the DMACC Social Sciences Department
10/2006 to 08/2008
Environmental Scientist IV Snyder & Associates, Inc. City, STATE,
  • Projected purpose and need analysis/development, socio-economic analysis, impact assessment, development of alternatives and mitigation strategies, development of project concept statements for project funding requests, and project information presentations to public and private groups.
  • Researched, interpreted, and created technical environmental documents for airport and transportation projects as required by the EPA.
  • Project Manager for an Iowa DOT Interactive Template project requiring the coordination of activities with other project segments, project partners and studies, budget monitoring, and preparation of monthly administrative reports.
  • Guided public information project meetings requiring the ability to communicate and discuss technical project data to a diverse public audience.
  • Analyzed and reported on environmental data covering emissions, atmospheric monitoring and soil and water samples.
08/2000 to 08/2006
Geography Teaching Associate Oklahoma State University City, STATE,
  • Work independently developing a variety of presentations, assessment methods, and evaluation tools for introductory level world regional, physical and cultural geography lecture courses.
  • Assisted the Department of Geography in successfully increasing undergraduate and graduate level majors through recruitment at on-campus and off-campus locations.
  • Counseled, advised, and tutored students regarding academic and non-academic issues.
  • Developed professional and academic letters of recommendation as requested by former and current students to successfully advance their academic and professional careers.
  • Awarded Teacher of the Year 2006 by the Oklahoma State University Social Sciences Program.
  • 2001 Award of Excellence recipient for the Outstanding Presentation in the area of Social Sciences (Topic - Pedestrian Friendly Routes To and From the Oklahoma State University Campus).
Education and Training
Expected in to to
Bachelor of Science: Geography And Public Administration
Northwest Missouri State University - Maryville, MO
GPA:
  • Emphasis in urban and community planning, public administration, and public policy
  • Member of Gamma Theta Upsilon (National Geography Honor Society)
  • Vice-president and member of the Northwest Missouri State Geography Club
  • Member of Northwest Missouri State Men's Track Team
Expected in to to
: Transportation Planning
Iowa State University - Ames, IA
GPA:
  • Coursework focus in transportation and community planning, GIS, and planning policy and law
  • Research focus in recreation trails planning, funding, and maintenance for local, state, and regional public recreation trail organizations
  • Vice-president and member of the Iowa State Community and Regional Planning Club
  • Member of Iowa State Transportation Student Association
  • Member of American Planning Association
  • Member of Association of American Geographers
  • Intern Des Moines Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Graduate Assistant for the Center for Transportation, Research, and Education
Expected in to to
: Natural Resource Management
Oklahoma State University - Stillwater, OK
GPA:
  • Coursework focus in natural resource management, environmental law and policy, leisure services management
  • Research focus on market trends and statewide resident recreational needs that contributed to the publication of the 2001 Oklahoma Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Program (SCORP) for the Oklahoma Recreation and Tourism Department
  • Recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award by the Oklahoma State University Social Sciences Program

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Northwest Missouri State University
  • Iowa State University
  • Oklahoma State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Director of Safety, Security, Energy Management
  • Adjunct Instructor, Geography and Env Science
  • Environmental Scientist IV
  • Geography Teaching Associate

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)

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