Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Passionate New Graduate with 3-year experience as an Emergency Department Technician, providing assistance in routine patient care and administrative support activities in emergency department. Trustworthy and responsible professional comfortable working in fast-paced environment and adapting quickly to changes, while offering compassionate bedside manner and proficient multi-tasking ability.

  • Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu
  • Cardiac monitoring
  • Wound Care
  • 12-lead EKG monitoring
  • Collecting medical samples
  • CPR
  • Simple Dressings
  • Compassionate
  • Patient bathing
  • Orthopedic splint application
  • Measuring and monitoring vitals
  • Phlebotomy procedures
  • Aseptic techniques
  • EMR / EHR
  • Inventory and Supply Management
  • Emergency procedures understanding
Work History
Emergency Department Technician, 09/2015 to 09/2017
Ascension HealthGulf Breeze, FL,
  • Assisted doctors with examinations of patients by taking vital signs, including blood pressure, height, weight and drawing blood.
  • Used Essentris to maintain records of patient care, condition and progress and reported and discussed observations with assigned nurse.
  • Monitored patients' comfort and safety during examinations and tests to alert physicians of abnormalities and changes in patient response.
  • Followed all hospital policies and procedures and complied with local, state and federal agency and accrediting body guidelines.
  • Inserted peripheral IVs and administered non-medication IV fluids.
  • Assisted patients with limited mobility in dressing and undressing, bathing and other day-to-day needs.
  • Received direction and assignments from physicians and nurses, providing efficient technical support to optimize patient care.
  • Utilized hospital beds and wheelchairs to transport patients throughout hospital.
United States Army Recruiter, 06/2011 to 06/2014
University Of Wisconsin SystemMilwaukee, WI,
  • Generated specific candidate pool for career opportunities through strategic placement of advertisements, evaluation of applicant credentials, and conducting initial interviews and pre-screening assessments.
  • Developed and deepened relationships with college campus representatives to meet with graduating seniors for recruitment.
  • Prepared enlistment forms, documents, and conducted background checks for enlistment with minimal errors.
  • Appointed as the Equal Opportunity Adviser for assigned Recruiting Company, Color Guard and Assistant Station Commander.
  • Assisted in market research and analysis and made appropriate recommendations to the chain of command.
  • Operated and maintained applicant tracking and candidate management systems.
  • Arranged for transportation, meals, and lodging for applicants where required.
Police Sergeant, 05/2009 to 06/2011
US Army Provost MarshallCity, STATE,
  • Supervised 12-hour police operation, including law enforcement, force prevention and protection, criminal investigations, logistics, civil disturbances, contraband identification and health and safety protocols.
  • Secured restricted areas and enforced limited access for civilians and military members in order to provide force protection and property security.
  • Planned, scheduled and supervised work of 4 subordinates.
  • Mitigated risks by accurately analyzing and evaluating criminal prosecutory information, including complaints, citations and search warrants while processing crime scenes for district attorney and magistrate office case preparation.
  • Liaised with local, state and federal regulatory agencies to streamline investigation completion.
  • Maintained positive community relations through active communication at crime scenes and assistance with community policing events.
Military Police Soldier, 07/2007 to 05/2009
US ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Served as driver, gunner, and foot patrol soldier during 14 month deployment to Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Conducted convoy route security for Engineer and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Units.
  • Selected as lead driver for the Brigade Quick Reaction Force team and successfully completed all missions in a combat environment.
  • Chosen over peers to work on the Personal Security Detail for the Brigade Colonel and conducted over 300 missions across Iraq.
  • Maintained personal composure while executing duties in high stress situations.
  • Responded to emergencies with speed, efficiency and knowledgeable assistance.
  • Trained in use of tear gas, passive ordnance and explosives.
  • Researched targets developed by various modes of intelligence to determine relevance to mission objectives and usefulness in field operations.
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Expected in 08/2020
Chamberlain University - Phoenix,
Combat Lifesaver Certificate Equal Opportunity Leaders Course Homicide School Certificate from Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers certificate Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
  • National Student Nurses' Association
  • American Nurses Association
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars

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