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Jessica Claire
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Summary
  • Results-oriented professional with over 18 year's experience building key relationships, managing, mentoring, facilitating change and mediating conflict. Collaborative communicator skilled at working with diverse and cross-functional teams and with both military and civilian's personnel at all levels. Technically proficient in MS Office Suite, and, MS Project,
  • Relationship Building
  • Detail Oriented
  • Training and Development
  • Executive Presentations
  • Risk Assessment
  • Process Improvement AIT Sergeant /Advance Individual Training Sergeant / (AIT-SSgt)
Skills
  • Administrative
  • Analyst
  • Army
  • Agency
  • Bi
  • Business intelligence
  • Conferences
  • Consultation
  • Crisis management
  • Documentation
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Functional
  • Information security
  • Leadership
  • Managing
  • Materials
  • Medical assistance
  • Meetings
  • Weapons
  • Natural
  • Personnel
  • Policies
  • Program management
  • Protocols
  • Public health
  • Quick
  • Researching
  • Research
  • Supervisory
  • Technical assistance
Experience
E-8 / Emergency Management Specialist, 12/2018 to Current
UNITED STATES MILITARY, ARMY City, STATE,
  • Serving in the United States Military (Army), Providing 18 years of specialized experience and education performing all emergency management specialist tasks equivalent to a GS-12 in the federal service by responsible for emergency response coordination and preparedness activities within my organization in the Unites States Military (Army).
  • Serving as the initial point of contact within an emergency operations center providing 24 hours a day/7 days a week providing all-hazards public health watch support, incident emergency alert, notification and escalation, incident management support, and support for emergency incident drills, exercises and actual emergencies.
  • Coordination of health consultation services related to potential health threats research and assists in developing guidance material for response personnel.
  • Developing training for support of my organization/or Army preparedness health responses to all hazards, such as bioterrorism, technological, radiological, chemical, environmental, and natural disasters.
  • Serving as the initial point of contact within an emergency operations center that is operational 24/7.
  • Based on assessment and analysis of the information provided and warnings related to public health incidents, taking steps to resolve issues and/or to referring to the appropriate supervisory level for appropriate action.
  • Coordinating with the different Army Division and/or Military personnel as required.
  • Coordinates Military/Army involvement with other federal agencies and prepares personnel and equipment for participation in exercises or actual deployments.
  • Assisting with physical security, information security and personal security within the operating facility and during deployments.
  • Assisting in preparing daily situation reports, maintaining status of all Military/Army involvement in public health emergencies with includes deployed assets and resources.
  • Providing updates and information to Military/Army key leadership personnel, preparing correspondence and briefings summarizing significant events, researching subjects as necessary in providing comprehensive information for leadership decisions.
  • Providing coordination with other federal agencies, state and local governments, international emergency response and public health agencies.
  • Developing and implementing emergency response protocols and appropriate guidance materials necessary to provide an orderly means for coordinating activities associated with emergency responses to all public health hazards.
  • Serving as the organization emergency response coordinator for my regions.
  • Conducting periodic site visits to Military Headquarter in the regions and coordinates with emergency response personnel in both health departments and state emergency command elements, such as emergency management agencies.
  • During actual deployments/exercises provides lifeline coordination in support of the Military/Army mission.
  • Supports technical members of deployed team by coordinating administrative arid logistical actions at the scene of a hazardous event.
  • Arranges for the deployment of additional resources and to support local Army officials and Military expertise.
  • Establishes communication systems as required during deployments and instructs others in their use and limitation.
  • Providing technical assistance/expertise in the fields of public health and emergency management, and use of Military/ Army resources to provide technical assistance to State and local health departments, emergency management agencies, and other requesting agencies regarding planning for all public health hazards.
  • Serving as an emergency response coordinator in providing operational support for emergency response activities.
  • Utilizing principals of the National Incidence Management System and National Response Plan, determine health support needs as they relate to staff, medical assistance, and logistical support for the acquisition of resources to meet the needs.
  • United States Military (Army), Camp Humphreys, South Korea.
  • E-8 / Emergency Management Specialist.
  • Serving in the United States Military (Army), Providing 16 years of specialized experience and education performing all emergency management specialist tasks equivalent to a GS-12 in the federal service by providing technical and administrative management to executive leadership.
  • Providing research and recommendations on major issues to Army and Department of Defense (DOD).
  • Overseeing team efforts to plan, coordinate, conduct and evaluate emergency preparedness situations.
  • Overseeing the development and coordination of emergency preparedness national policies and supporting functions.
  • Leading proceedings of conferences, work groups, and other forums where work and decisions have a major impact on the agency and important emergency preparedness exercise programs.
  • Overseeing and leading team efforts to plan, coordinate, conduct, and evaluate major projects of national scope and significance in accordance with current policy and doctrine.
  • Developing, implementing, and monitoring business intelligence and other program management systems focused on program performance.
  • Providing advice and assistance in the formation and promulgation of national preparedness program guidelines, policies, plans and procedures that provide efficiency, effectiveness, and improvement of national programs, policies, plans, and procedures.
  • Performed reviews of major emergency management initiatives which involved headquarters and field operations.
E-8 / Emergency Management Specialist / Emergency Response Specialist, 12/2001 to 12/2006
United States Military, Army City, STATE,
  • Serving in the United States Military (Army), Providing 14 years of specialized experience and education performing all emergency management specialist / Emergency Response Specialist tasks equivalent to a GS-12 in the federal service by Implementing Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) plans, programs, intelligence, doctrine, and policy in relation to Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD);.
  • Managing and tracking teams' functional responsibilities to ensure roles and overall missions in relation to Combating Weapons of Mass Destructions (CWMD) are well defined and exercised.
  • Serving as the lead of a specialized CBRN response program and team, which includes coordinating interagency operational capabilities, understanding crisis management-focused operations and consequence management planning efforts, and providing timely and accurate situational awareness to Army/Military senior leadership.
  • Planning, preparing, executing, and continually assessing program protocols and procedures to ensure operational readiness and success.
  • Being assigned to one or more emergency management rosters which can be activated during an incident; updating and maintaining rosters of appropriately trained personnel.
  • Reinforcing program procedures, facilities and systems accesses, and equipment use through monthly connectivity tests, quarterly program meetings, bi-annual table-top discussions, and annual full-scale exercises.
  • Maintaining close working relationships with representatives from Army and Military organizations.
  • AFFILIATIONS.
E-8 / Emergency Management Specialist, to
United States Military City, STATE,
  • Serving in the United States Military (Army), Providing 16 years of specialized experience and education performing all emergency management specialist tasks equivalent to a GS-12 in the federal service by planning and developing continuity-related exercises and evaluations.
  • Providing guidance on the planning of responses to major event occurrences.
  • Developing full-scale, scenario-based continuity exercises which include developing documentation, and tracking and evaluating exercise activities.
  • Being responsible for serving as lead analyst for senior level management and professional staff in the headquarters and relative to short- and long-range emergency preparedness, alerts and warnings, continuity, contingency, and security resources through on-going Army / Military communications and planning efforts.
  • Conducting and facilitating scenario-based continuity exercises to include developing supporting documentation.
  • Coordinating Continuity Exercise concepts and objectives.
  • Building consensus with key stakeholders such as Civilians Federal agencies and other Military Branches on exercise development and evaluation requirements.
  • Developing evaluation criteria for assessing Continuity exercises.
  • Writing after-action reports and quick look reports following a Continuity exercise.
  • Managing the development of continuity-related exercises or evaluations.
  • Managing the planning of responses to major event occurrences.
  • Managing the development of scenario-based continuity exercises including developing documentation, and tracking and evaluating exercise activities.
Education and Training
Associate of Administrative and Business Services (AS: Liberal Arts, Expected in
to
Excelsior College Bronze DeFluery Medals - ,
GPA:
4 Meritorious Service Medals
Activities and Honors
Interests
OSHA 30 Certification Military Outstanding Volunteer Service The Army Commendation Medal Award of the Combat Action Badge First Sergeant Leadership / Training Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC)/Platoon Sergeant

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School Attended
  • Excelsior College Bronze DeFluery Medals
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Degrees
  • Associate of Administrative and Business Services (AS