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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Career Focus

Skilled leader with experience in domestic operations, Federal, state and public related tasks in response to any level emergency. Hard-working professional seeking a career-driven opportunity to apply experience and leadership skills in the workforce to help create an efficient and organized workforce.

Core Qualifications
  • Strong knowledge and experience in emergency operations
  • Led discussions and taught in group settings for over 6 years
  • Provides outstanding leadership, training subordinates to succeed
  • Easily works with other leaders
  • Critical thinker and able to make difficult decisions on the spot
  • Always maintains both a professional demeanor and appearance
  • Excellent organizational planning and coordinating skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Proficient in creating documents to track, collect and store data
  • Spends time efficiently and effectivly 
  • Organizes tasks by precedence
  • Work ethic is above all else
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Creates steps that will accomplish the mission statement
Education and Training
: Health and Personal Fitness, Expected in 2013
National Personal Training Institute - Beaverton, OR
GPA:
: Prerequisites, Expected in
Colorado Tech University Online - , Colorado
GPA:

28 Credit hours of prerequisites

High School Diploma: High school, Expected in 2008
Sprague - Salem, OR
GPA:
Military Course: Leadership, Expected in 2015
Basic Leadership Course - Riverton, Utah
GPA:
This twenty-two day course instills self-discipline, professional ethics and helps individuals create a foundation for further training and leadership development.
Military Course: Leadership, Expected in 2016
Advanced Leadership Course - Lockwoord, CA
GPA:
This thirty day course focuses on leadership and technical skills required to prepare leaders selected for promotion.
Military Course: Leadership, Expected in 2016
Army Learning Management System - Salem, OR
GPA:
Structured Self Development Course: Level 1 (Complete 2014)
Structured Self Development Course: Level 2 (Complete 2015)
Bachelor of Science: Exercise and Health Science, Expected in 2017
American Military University - Salem, OR
GPA:

Jan 2017-May 2017

: Supervisory, Expected in 2017
Technician Supervisor Course - Clackamas, OR
GPA:

Foundations of leadership.

Accomplishments
  • Completed eleven years in the military
  • Completed two tours overseas resulting in multiple military awards including a good conduct metal, and two achviement metals
  • Received an award for coordinating approximately 150-200 search and rescue missions which had direct impact on preserving human life
  • Received a certificate of achievement in 2008 and 2012 for outstanding performance during the Army Physical Fitness test.
  • Successfully held leadership positions over my peers on three seperate occasions resulting in seven years of supervisory experience
  • Held two leadership positions above pay in the Army National Guard
  • Trained seven employees directly resulting in the success of the Oregon Joint Operations Center
Work Experience
Federal Technician, 05/2014 to 08/2018
Vasa FitnessKaysville, UT,
  • Managed daily operations of the Joint Operations Center and it's 8 technicians.
  • Established and maintained cooperative working relationships with Federal, state and public agencies and military units within the state.
  • Obtained and/or exchanged information pertinent to emergency support plans and activities of mutual interest or major concern.
  • Evaluated, analyzed and disseminated information of interest to the Manager.
  • Received calls from Federal, state and the public on exchange of information collecting all pertinent data.
  • Relayed information through various communications equipment to appropriate personnel and or agencies statewide.
  • Recorded action taken, equipment assigned and other pertinent information in various databases.
  • Created and improved databases.
  • Examined, analyzed and interpreted data from a variety of resources, i.e, interrelated electronic monitoring instruments, visual displays, area maps, new reports, and electronic mail to detect conditions of the area, either normal or abnormal.
  • Maintained records of activities occurring during the shift as a source of information for production reports and operation efficiency status.
  • Led manager briefings that included key staff members in order to provide situational awareness requiring response and recommendations for appropriate action.
  • Established priority of actions based on a variety of situations and using good judgment.
  • In a minimum amount of time and without error, copy, validate, process and relayed any and all pertinent messages to appropriate personnel.
  • Responsible for providing leadership, training, scheduling, employee pay and making decisions in the absence of the manager.
  • Created drills for others to use as a directional guide in case of emergency or others are unavailable.
  • Supports Civil Air Patrol, Army Aviation, Coast Guard and other units in search and rescue missions by relaying pertinent information quickly and without error.
  • Coordinated Oregon emergency missions to stop, prevent, and assist natural disasters such as wild land fires and floods.
  • Coordinated the request and movement of Oregon's Explosive Ordnance Disposal team resulting in the safety of the public.
Fitness Trainer, 11/2013 to 03/2014
World GymCity, STATE,
  • Explained ways to measure exercise intensity for the best results.
  • Designed each class to match the skill and learning levels of all participants.
  • Suggested exercise modifications to individual students to avoid strain and injury.
  • Cleaned and organized studio after each group fitness class.
  • Encouraged members to continue attending group fitness classes.
  • Prepared teaching area for each class and returned all equipment to storage at the end of class.
  • Corrected dangerous movements and suggested alternate exercises.Supervised activities during children’s birthday parties, including rock climbing and swimming.
  • Cashier
  • Sold memberships
Sergeant/ Squad Leader, 04/2007 to Current
United States Military National GuardCity, STATE,
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment.
  • Surveyed and analyzed terrain to determine optimum equipment placement and use.
  • Tracked personnel and supplies within the company.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment worth more than $2 million.
  • Reviewed disciplinary and other adverse actions and made recommendations.
  • Planned and briefed personnel on missions.
  • Lead six other soldiers on missions in Afghanistan that involved the safety of high ranking military officials including four star generals and the secretary of defense.
  • Drove as the first truck to protect the following vehicles through out the streets of Baghdad Iraq.
Additional Information
  • Ready and willing to learn
  • Enthusiastic about leadership opportunities
  • Always looking to further educate myself
  • Focused on using a strong educational foundation to promote success
  • Willing to work hard to achieve greatness
  • The drive to help and motivate others to succeed
  • Strive for the best, willing to work for it
  • Maintaining professionalism and appearance
  • Visual learner
  • Easy to communicate with
  • Attention to detail
  • Caring and respectful to others
  • Great communicator
  • Understanding
  • Proactive
  • Punctual
  • Able to make tough decisions in the absence of  leadership

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School Attended
  • National Personal Training Institute
  • Colorado Tech University Online
  • Sprague
  • Basic Leadership Course
  • Advanced Leadership Course
  • Army Learning Management System
  • American Military University
  • Technician Supervisor Course
Job Titles Held:
  • Federal Technician
  • Fitness Trainer
  • Sergeant/ Squad Leader
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Military Course
  • Military Course
  • Military Course
  • Bachelor of Science