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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
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Career Profile

SCIENCE EDUCATION FACILITATOR

Participative supervisor who layers complex information for all audiences, with over 8 years of teaching and ecological research experience.  Rewarded by fostering inquisitive environments for exchanging ideas, inspiring professional educators to promote in others a sense of awe, appreciation and stewardship for the natural world.  Strong suits:

Curriculum Development ~ Learning Assessment ~ Individual and Group Training ~ Technical Support ~

Moral, Morale Compass

Core Qualifications

leadership, conflict resolution workshops

grant proposal writing

>25 conference presentations

live vertebrates' handling experience

teaching, laboratory, field supervisor

animal behavior, herpetology, mammalogy background

Ecological Research (Examples)

UNPAID, FIELD BIOLOGIST POSITIONS

  • Ran live capture grids to discern parasite co-infections in Peromyscus leucopus (white-footed mouse) & P. maniculatus (deer mouse), with implications for individual immune & population-level responses, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia, 2012-2013.
  • Executed mark-recapture & harvest methods of arthropods, avians, volant & non-volant small mammals. Study: Cross transport of methyl mercury contamination along the Rio Grande River; Texas Nature Conservancy-Texas State University project, 2008-2009.
Relevant Professional Experience
07/2011 to Current Family Executor For Late Father Estate Of H. H. Whipp, M.D. | City, STATE,
Widow received a $6800.00 refund, after 2 years of litigation with local taxing authority resulted in a reduction in the taxable value of an estate property.
  • Hire, oversee, evaluate, re-direct & terminate estate employees.
  • Maintain clear, detailed & accurate financial accounts, budgets, expenditures, receipts & official correspondences, while adhering to all legal guidelines codified by state & federal statutory regulations.
05/2004 to 09/2005 Vertebrate Collections Associate (Student Work Study) Museum Of Texas Tech University - Lubbock Lake Landmark | City, STATE,

3000+ specimens sorted, cleaned & matched during reorganization of entire vertebrate collection holdings.

  • Restructured & maintained the collection informational database, including vigilance of data integrity of forensic, locale information. Ran parameter-based queries, generated database reports for management review.
  • Updated taxonomic classifications of specimens following current literature.
07/2001 to 07/2011 Graduate Teaching Assistant at Tier 1 Teaching Facility Texas Tech University, Department Of Biological Sciences | City, STATE,
Blackboard Online Course Developer, Section Designer/Section Instructor - provided individual distance education, chat room, & on campus instruction for >600 students of Human Anatomy & Physiology I, II.
  • Inspired, mentored, tutored students & novice/struggling teaching peers outside of & during office hours.
  • Met with supervisors to discuss teaching-learning activities, target objectives, student needs.
  • Laboratory coordinator and instructor for:

Biology of Animals (non-majors)

Introduction to Botany (non-majors)

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy & Physiology (graduate level)

Comparative Anatomy of Game Animals (natural resources management majors)​

Graduate Research Assistant: Characterized key components of transmission paradigm in longitudinal study of Hantavirus genotype Bayou & its rodent host (Oryzomys palustris, marsh rice rat), 2002-2004.

  • Designed pilot study, ultimate research plan.
  • Carried heavy equipment, worked long hours during extreme/ inclement weather & in dangerous matrices (heavy mosquito densities, inundated terrain, dense vegetation, venomous reptiles & aggressive rodents).
  • Complied with ethical & humane treatment of non-human animal subjects during handling, assigning unique identifiers, specimen collection, release and/or anesthetization-euthanasia.
04/1999 to 07/2001 Assistant to Vice-President of Regulatory Compliance, Laboratory Supervisor American Animal Health, Inc. | City, STATE,
Established microbiology & chemistry laboratories for small, veterinary pharmaceuticals company.
  • Assisted Vice-President with genesis of private line of veterinary biologics, working after hours & on weekends.
  • Enforced safety policies, maintained reportable accident & hazardous spill files; authored safety manual, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), laboratory equipment validation procedures.
  • Analyzed raw materials & finished products for detection of pathogenic microorganisms; performed environmental sampling & monitoring of laboratory, clean rooms, production floor.
01/1997 to 04/1999 Client Services and Laboratory Operations Supervisor Silliker-BioMerieux Laboratories, Inc. | City, STATE,
Trained, scheduled, remediated & supervised 5-15 microbiology & quality assurance technicians at high volume, time- & information-sensitive consumer safety, testing facility. Triaged daily workflow.
  • Inspected & audited internal process controls, external reference laboratories & client production facilities.
  • Provided interpretation & explanation of results with implications, based on customer product specifications. Stringently controlled the release of proprietary/confidential client information.
  • Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), Six Sigma Lean Manufacturing, Total Quality Management (TQM) training.
Academic Background
Expected in 2013 Ph.D. | Zoology Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX GPA:
Grade Point Average: 3.965
Expected in 1995 Bachelor of Science | Biology Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, TX GPA:
Graduated Cum Laude.
Skills
Zoological curation: Natural Science Research Laboratory, Texas Tech University, 13 years.
Organizer, Texas Tech Annual Biological Sciences Symposium (TTABSS), 2010-2011.
STEM Regional Science Fair Judge, Lubbock, 8 years experience.
Continuing Education (Examples)
  • White-Nose Syndrome: A Deadly Disease of North American Hibernating Bats, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists (ASM), June 2013.
  • Institutional Animal Care & Use Certification (IACUC), Texas Tech University, 2002-2010.
Professional Affiliations

Member, Southwestern Association of Naturalists (SWAN), 12 years.

Member, Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM), 20 years.
Volunteer Service
Mentor, Re-Entry Second Chance Program, Family Pathfinders of Tarrant County, 2014-Present.
Zoo Crew Program Speaker, North Ridge Elementary School, Wolfforth, TX, 2005-2008.

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School Attended
  • Texas Tech University
  • Texas Wesleyan University
Job Titles Held:
  • Family Executor For Late Father
  • Vertebrate Collections Associate (Student Work Study)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at Tier 1 Teaching Facility
  • Assistant to Vice-President of Regulatory Compliance, Laboratory Supervisor
  • Client Services and Laboratory Operations Supervisor
Degrees
  • Ph.D.
  • Bachelor of Science

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