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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

GROWTH ORIENTED & ENTHUSIASTIC INDIVIDUAL WHO THRIVES IN A CHALLENGING, FORWARD THINKING, & FAST-PACED TEAM ENVIRONMENT Motivational leader and organizational problem-solver with advanced supervisory, team building and customer service skills. Experience stepping into roles and quickly making positive changes to drive company success. Focused on using training, monitoring and morale-building techniques to maximize employee engagement and performance.

Skills
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Education and Training
, Expected in 05/2021 WASBO Leadership Academy Graduate : - GPA :
, Expected in 03/2014 FCMAT CBO Mentor Program Graduate : - GPA :
UW Whitewater, Expected in 05/1988 Master of Science Education : School Business Management - GPA :
UW Whitewater, Expected in 12/1979 Bachelor of Business Administration : Finance - GPA :
Experience
Related Companies - FACILITIES MANAGER
Stephenville, TX, 07/2019 - Current
  • Responsible for the planning, organizing and directing of the custodial, maintenance, repair, and grounds keeping activities in the school district
  • Inspects worksites and school district properties on a routine basis with considerable leeway allowed for the exercise of independent judgment in carrying out the details of the work
  • Oversight over the work of all custodial, building maintenance and grounds keeping employees
  • Responsible for the planning, scheduling and assigning of employees to various cleaning, maintenance, repair, renovation, ice and snow removal and building security tasks
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual operating budget and estimates expenditures
  • Inspect painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical and other mechanical, maintenance, or construction work performed by custodial or maintenance employees or private contractors
  • Oversees or assists in the oversight of the care and maintenance of lawns, walks, trees, shrubs and grounds
  • Inspects buildings, equipment and premises for hazards and violations of safety codes and regulations
  • Maintains and updates an inventory of building maintenance and custodial supplies
  • Maintains records and prepares reports related to operations such as fuel oil usage logs, material safety data sheets, fire extinguisher inspections, building maintenance activities, etc
  • Coordinates building usage needs and special event set-ups for internal school groups and community groups and assigns custodial and/or maintenance staff, as needed
  • Maintains and updates inventory of building supplies
  • Keeps records and provides reports on building maintenance
  • Conducts and coordinates in-service training of custodial and maintenance employees
  • Share responsibility for the administration and supervision of the District’s proposed $149.8 Million Facilities Bond Program
  • Assumed responsibility for the development of the District long-range facilities master plan
  • Develops a comprehensive plan for the maintenance and renewal of District facilities
  • Oversee District construction programs, maintenance, and repair, and recommend measures for proper upkeep of all school property.
Inglewood Unified School District - CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICIAL
Inglewood, CA, 12/2016 - 06/2019
  • Prepare, present, manage, and oversee the annual District budget; analyze state and District financial trends; and closely monitors revenue and expenditure projections
  • Assists the Superintendent in developing the District’s short-range and long-range financial planning and use of the District resources and facilities for the development, improvement, and maintenance of quality programs for the students, faculty, and staff
  • Plans, organizes, administers, and directs the activities and operations of business services to ensure internal controls and efficient, cost-effective operations
  • Supervises completion of local, state, and federal financial reports
  • Provides budget interpretation, including an ability to provide multiyear forecasting, budgetary modeling with “what if” calculations; and evaluates trends in a District budget projection
  • Coordinates and manages all matters related to the external auditing of all fiscal aspects of the program for the District
  • Supervises preparation of payrolls and maintenance of all necessary earnings records, deduction records, and other personnel payment records
  • Provides written and verbal presentations to the Superintendent, the Board of Trustees, staff, parent organizations, and the community
  • Share responsibility for the administration and supervision of the District’s $96 Million Facilities Bond Program
  • Develops a comprehensive plan for the maintenance and renewal of District facilities and oversees the District facility rental program
  • Oversees District construction programs, maintenance and repair, and recommend measures for proper upkeep of all school property
  • Actively participates in the Citizen’s Oversight Committee, which is responsible for the oversight of the Bond expenditures
  • Plan, organize, direct, and administer the business division of the district including business, payroll, site acquisition, materials, supplies, warehouse and delivery, maintenance, and operations, building and grounds, safety and risk management programs, transportation, human resources, insurance, custodial, accounting, and child nutrition services
  • Responsibilities include direct and indirect supervision for professional, technical, and clerical personnel
  • Manages all District property, contracts, leases, and agreements.
Coalinga/Huron Unified - ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF BUSINESS SERVICES
Coalinga, CA, 06/2014 - 12/2016
  • Prepare, present, manage, and oversee the annual District budget; analyze state and District financial trends; and closely monitors revenue and expenditure projections
  • Assists the Superintendent in developing the District’s short-range and long-range financial planning and use of the District resources and facilities for the development, improvement, and maintenance of quality programs for the students, faculty, and staff
  • Plans, organizes, administers, and directs the activities and operations of business services to ensure internal controls and efficient, cost-effective operations
  • Supervises completion of local, state, and federal financial reports
  • Provides budget interpretation, including an ability to provide multiyear forecasting, budgetary modeling with “what if” calculations; and evaluates trends in a District budget projection
  • Coordinates and manages all matters related to the external auditing of all fiscal aspects of the program for the District
  • Supervises preparation of payrolls and maintenance of all necessary earnings records, deduction records, and other personnel payment records
  • Provides written and verbal presentations to the Superintendent, the Board of Trustees, and the community
  • Share responsibility for the administration and supervision of the District’s $229 Million Facilities Bond Program
  • Responsible for the development of the district facility master plan
  • Developed a comprehensive plan for the maintenance and renewal of District facilities and oversees the district facility rental program
  • Oversaw District construction programs, maintenance, and repair, and recommend measures for proper upkeep of all school property
  • Participated in negotiation sessions with all employee groups
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive and effective systems of recordkeeping in accordance with the needs of administration and business and support services and the policies, regulations, and laws affecting these areas.
Limebike - CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER
Grand Rapids, MI, 07/2012 - 06/2014
  • Responsible for the administration and supervision of the district’s fiscal operations
  • Forecast revenues, and expenditures, prepare the district budget and interim reports including review of past trends, current status, and multi-year projections
  • Evaluate district internal fiscal controls and implement new procedures when required and oversee regular systematic review of budgeting practices
  • Chair the district Fiscal Analysis Team and other financial and non-financial committees to promote coordinated planning and efficient use of resources - both capital and operating - to best achieve the programmatic missions of the district
  • Recommend long-range fiscal options to ensure the viability of the District’s education programs and financial solvency
  • Provide regular user-friendly budget documents and reports and develop effective reporting tools to communicate the district’s fiscal status and future projections to the Board, staff, and community
  • Coordinate developing the District’s annual budget and monitor departmental, school site, and project budgets to provide assistance and ensure compliance with District and State laws and guidelines
  • Design procedures and internal controls to safeguard the funds of the District
  • Responsible for the supervision of the business office team, which includes, budget/financial, student attendance accounting systems, payroll, human resources, insurance, benefit administration, and risk management
  • Member of the collective bargaining team, providing support, facilitation, and administration of the contract.
CUSTODIAL SERVICES, SCHOOL DISTRICT OF - MANAGER OF PURCHASING
City, STATE, 03/2001 - 07/2012
  • Responsible for purchasing for the district, including supplies, equipment, vehicles, services, including developing Requests for Proposals (RFP’s)
  • Implemented and monitored software programs for the maintenance, transportation, purchasing, gas, shipping, and receiving departments
  • Developed and monitored budgets for the business, custodial, maintenance, purchasing, transportation, and shipping and receiving departments
  • Responsible for administration of the district’s long-range capital improvement, construction projects, and preventative maintenance plan, Chemical Hygiene plan, MSDS, and the Energy Management program.
Activities and Honors
Wisconsin School Safety Coordinators Association (WSSCA) Board of Directors Wisconsin Educators Risk Management Cooperative (WERMC) Board of Directors Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials (WASBO) Member Former Executive Committee member of Redwood Empire Schools' Insurance Group (RESIG) Former Finance Committee member of the Sonoma County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Served on the Redwood Empire School Insurance Group Board Served on the West County Transportation Agency Board Former California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) Member Former California's Coalition for Adequate School Housing (C.A.S.H.) Member Former Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Member Former Baseball and Hockey Coach

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School Attended

  • UW
  • UW

Job Titles Held:

  • FACILITIES MANAGER
  • CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICIAL
  • ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF BUSINESS SERVICES
  • CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER
  • MANAGER OF PURCHASING

Degrees

  • WASBO Leadership Academy Graduate
  • FCMAT CBO Mentor Program Graduate
  • Master of Science Education
  • Bachelor of Business Administration

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