Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Executive Summary

Logistics Management / Transportation Coordinator with over 9 years within the government and civilian sectors of comprehensive experience collecting and analyzing data to make improvements to supply chain systems. Polished in planning and implementing supply chain optimization projects and designing and facilitating methods to gather and manage supply chain data. In-depth knowledge of supply chain processes paired with deep familiarity of data mapping and mining. Well-trained decision-maker with focused attention on detail and drive to manage order flows with expert precision. Offering exemplary client relationship and support skills.

Security Clearance: DOD SECRET

Kuwait Visa 18

Core Competencies
  • Logistics Management
  • International Logistics
  • Inventory Management
  • Shipping Operations
  • Quality Standards
  • Operational Efficiency
  • Project Planning and Management
  • OSHA Compliance and Safety Guidelines
  • Team Leadership & Development
  • Hazardous Material Handling
  • Quality Control / Quality Assurance
  • Microsoft Office Suite
Master of Public Health: Public Health Policy And Management, Expected in 05/2022
New York University - New York, NY
Bachelor of Arts: Biology (Pre-Med), Expected in 11/2019
University of The Virgin Islands - Charlotte Amalie, VI,
Professional Experience
Environmental Safety and Health Specialist, 06/2022 - Current
Amentum City, STATE,
  • Provide support to the US Government installation by instilling a safety-first mentality within respective work areas and a culture that achieves low accident rates and minimal lost-time injuries.
  • Supervise, train, account for, and provide professional development guidance for 3 ESH Technicians.
  • Develop / revise Work Instructions (WIs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), for all SH&E elements.
  • Coordinate and implement the APS-5 Occupational Safety and Health Program at the site level; identify and mitigate physical and procedural hazards in the workplace, provide or coordinate safety training for employees.
  • Report and investigate, assist with developing and implementing corrective actions, conduct work area inspections and assessments, quality audits, waste minimization pollution prevention and control, and record keeping.
  • Follow and enforce company injury management guidelines for treating occupational injuries through coordination of local medical facilities and company/government safety leadership in accordance with health and safety laws regulations.
  • Perform root cause analysis and provide guidance to site management toward appropriate corrective actions.
  • Advise project management on the company’s safety management policies, procedures, and directives.
  • Conduct and document monthly workplace inspections to identify environmental and health hazardous conditions and regulatory non-compliance issues.
  • Perform internal audits used to obtain process conformance and performance feedback.
  • Perform a variety of audits to include process, ESH Principles performance work statement compliance, and special audits as required.
  • Provide training and guidance to entire ESH staff as requested by management.
Cargo Processing Technician (Aerial Port), 05/2021 - 06/2021
Louis Berger Services City, STATE,
  • Created documents of load plans, cargo cleanliness inspections and transportation processes.
  • Loaded and unloaded cargo and baggage on/off government owned or contracted aircraft, surface conveyances, and commercial pallet dollies IAW AFI24-605.
  • Assisted Special Handling with ULN Moves, Joint Inspections ensured proper handling of sensitive, hazardous and explosive cargo and understood responsibilities for accepting cargo entering the airlift system.
  • Provided technical assistance on Joint Inspections regarding shipping requirements for units.
  • Accomplished proper validation, selection, staged and uploaded aircraft loads utilizing the load plans.
  • Ensured build-up / breakdown baggage pallets, multi-pallet trains, loose cargo, and mixed pallets.
  • Operated and monitored GATES and monitor GDSS systems as required while maintaining database integrity.
  • Processed all Cargo, Special Handling and Load Planning functions were accomplished in accordance IAW AFI24-605, Volumes, DTR 4500-9 Parts 2 and 3 and AFMAN 24-604.
  • Ensured cargo is processed within six hours of receipt and ensured timely pick-up / release of cargo and mail.
  • Ensured maximum aircraft utilization based upon available airlift and existing port backlogs.
  • Monitored the coordination movement of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting
    Parts (MICAP) assets.
  • Coordinated support of NATO/Foreign Aircraft Support with TACC/AMD or other support agency.
  • Ensured coordinated activities for explosive shipments and monitored explosive movement requirements with all agencies and down line stations.
Transportation Coordinator / Logistics Specialist, 01/2021 - 05/2021
Amentum City, STATE,
  • Received, validated and processed all Transportation Movement Request (TMR) and Air Movement Request (AMR) for equipment transiting; originated and terminated assigned MCT Area of Responsibility.
  • Coordinated between MCT functions to ensure efficient, timely, cost effective support to the customer.
  • Identified and troubleshoot problem areas in movement and recommends solutions to management.
  • Worked with customers and ensured desired movement objectives, priorities, and schedules were met and communicated to management.
  • Oversaw the receiving, storing and issuing of government equipment as logistics specialist.
  • Created Unit Line Number (ULN) Packets for submission to the Theater Movement Control Team which included Hazardous Diplomatic Clearance and Hazardous declarations.
  • Accounted for government and company property that is required, received, stored and used. Handled high volume of containers, cargo and equipment daily.
  • Performed mission/resource analysis, coordinated with supply, maintenance and transportation functional areas and ensured supporting requirements and implied tasks were accomplished to standard and within required timelines.
  • Ensured program logistics resources (supply, transportation, and maintenance) adequately supported each mission.
  • Tracked and analyzed Taskers, by processing/working through them as received, follow through to completion.
  • Assisted with the coordination of a multiple mission requirements including APS Set Readiness.
  • Served as the liaison between all departments to achieve a cohesive end result.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with shipping/receiving and medical logistics inventory and supply processes.
  • Consulted to AR 710-2, DA PAM 710-2, AR735-5, Army Supply documentation, and other applicable regulations for guidance and direction as needed.
  • Worked with Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) and Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A) applications, and other approved automated property accountability systems.
Transportation Management Coordinator, 10/2016 - Current
US Army Reserve City, STATE,
  • Planned and oversaw third-party shipments, managing stakeholder relationships and contracted rates.
  • Researched affordable transportation methods and performed safety audits on equipment.
  • Identified hazardous materials and safely secured or disposed of it.
  • Coordinated and monitored movement of personnel and cargo throughout country.
  • Requested and coordinated transport capabilities to meet missions.
  • Documented and inventoried freight, cargo and material shipments of all types.
  • Supervised, monitored, controlled and coordinated the movement of personnel, equipment, and cargo.
  • Served as the transportation liaison between other military services, commercial agencies and host nation support elements.
  • Reviewed DoD contracts and agreements with host nations.
  • Monitored quality controls that ensure commercial transportation services meet contractual obligations.
  • Monitored and documented all customs discrepancies and reports them to appropriate authorities.
  • Ensured allocation of transport capability is appropriate to accomplish each mission in a cost-effective manner.
  • Served as Contract Officer Representative collected information for performance measurement of contractors.
  • Performed duties as the Shop Stock/The Army Maintenance Management System clerk.
  • Maintained: notifications; work orders; records of services performed; ordered and managed repair parts; dispatched vehicles and equipment; issued material to work order; returned and recoverable/reparable material to stock; entered time confirmations for work orders; performed the work order completion; and updated the operations status for equipment.
  • Accessed GCSS-A, IGC, FedMall, LIW and WEBVLIPs for parts and document research.
  • Provided logistical support to other operational and support elements as required.
  • Provided analysis, technical assistance; researched repair part availability and expedited as required.
  • Reviewed and validated document register reconciliations and submitted daily supply activities.
  • Maintained attention to detail in workflow and filing organization activities.
  • Corrected discrepancies within GCSS-A system reports.
  • Created correspondence, memos, presentations and trackers with the use of MS Office applications; included Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook.

Base Defense Operations Center Air: New Antonik, Afghanistan (5/2020 –10/2020) Additional Duties: Ground Movement Coordinator / Role II Medical Scribe / COVID Screener

  • Handled day-to-day shipping and receiving overseeing more than [Number] packages per day.
  • Conducted research to address shipping errors and packaging mistakes.
  • Planned, coordinated and scheduled all Arrival/Departure Air Control Group (ADACG) and the operational aspects of the Power Support Platform at the designated APOE/D to include all activities at the Marshaling Area, Alert Holding Area, Call Forward Area and the Loading Ramp Area.
  • Established communication with units and other APOE/D supporting elements, including Airport Operations, Airport Security, Customs, Agriculture and Transportation Security Agencies.
  • Oversaw the receiving, storing and issuing of government equipment.
  • Ensured proper movement control of air movement of cargo and passengers through the U.S Military Transportation Systems.
  • Processed cargo and passengers via Movement Automation Query Systems such as GTN, GDSS, GATES, ITV, etc.
  • Operated as a medical scribe during drills and for real time emergencies.
  • Conducted COVID screening for all individuals entering CL New Antonik, Afghanistan to ensure camp safety.

Supply Specialist 387th Medical Logistics Company: Bagram, Afghanistan (4/2020 – 5/2020)

  • Led supply chain improvement efforts through management of carrier relationships, customs activities and international security measures.
  • Discovered most reliable and cost-effective shipping methods by analyzing previous shipment data.
  • Performed / maintained 100% accountability of inventory and maintenance of medical supplies for the entire region of Afghanistan.
  • Prepared shipments of $1M worth of COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to supply all of Afghanistan.
  • Served as the lead inspector for inspecting and processing all outbound supplies and oxygen tanks.
  • Used of multiple systems for processing medical supply shipment and tracking using TCNs.

Movement Control Specialist: AP Lightening, Afghanistan (2/2020 – 4/2020)

  • Assisted with packaging of hazardous materials in accordance with AFMAN 24-204 regulation.
  • Utilized Transportation Movement Request and Logistics Movement request to advise in directives of various commands upon request and determined type of movement, mode, and timeframe for phased departures and destinations for departure and arrival
    of cargo.
  • Created and provided shipping documentations; utilized internal/external classification data, SDS classification and/or regulations specific to 49 CFR, IMDG, IATA, TDG.
  • Served as Contract Officer Representative collected information for performance measurement of contractors.

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School Attended

  • New York University
  • University of The Virgin Islands

Job Titles Held:

  • Environmental Safety and Health Specialist
  • Cargo Processing Technician (Aerial Port)
  • Transportation Coordinator / Logistics Specialist
  • Transportation Management Coordinator


  • Master of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Arts

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