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

Experienced Senior Manager with proven abilities in leadership and creative problem solving ready to bring leadership gained from over twenty years as Soldier with Army Reserve to new role. Hold Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and extensive experience in problem-solving and adaptability to both work and environment. Consistently recognized by superiors for a positive attitude and to work with team members to achieve goals.

Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Information Systems Development
  • Service Utilization Improvements
  • Employee Work Scheduling
  • Mastery of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides).
  • Comfortable working in both Microsoft Windows 10 and Mac OS X.
  • Excellent communication skills with focus on team-building and customer relations.
  • Outstanding organizational, multitasking, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Comfortable working with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Sharepoint, Dropbox, Google Chat
  • Analytical skills
  • Training and Development
  • Problem Resolution
  • Systems and Automation Applications
  • Financial management and reporting
  • Verbal reports
Experience
First Sergeant, 04/2022 to Current
Principia Biopharma Inc.Swiftwater, PA,
  • Serves as the First Sergeant of Bravo Company, 324th, Expeditionary Signal Battalion. As Senior Enlisted, advise the Company Commander on all matters dealing with mission, moral, and standard.
  • Plans, coordinates, supervises, and reinforces Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills and Senior Enlisted Development; supervise 3 platoons consisting of staff sections, intel analyst, supply, and company maintenance section.
  • Responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of 89 assigned Soldiers; responsible for all aspects of the unit's discipline, morale, readiness, daily administration, and training; oversee Soldier counseling and sponsorship programs.
  • Oversees the professional development of over 17 Non-Commissioned Officers.
  • Responsible for managing the serviceability and accountability for over $ 20.0 million worth of equipment and tools.
  • Identifies training needs within the unit and instruct new procedures to keep Soldiers abreast to current policies and methods
  • Prepared detailed written reports and formulated policy and guidance for use of subordinate organizations.
  • Prepared, planned for and coordinated execution of support missions to aid deployed forces and individuals.
  • Monitors equipment during simulations and live-fire exercises to detect system malfunctions and operator errors.
  • Administers fiscal operations for accounting, budget planning, authorizing expenditures and coordinating reporting.
  • Maintains records management system to process personnel information and produce reports.
  • Fosters an environment of awareness and resiliency in the unit by supporting and participating in the Army’s SHARP, EO, and MRT programs.
  • Facilitates the development of the Virtual Battle Assembly (VBA) training plans; enabled adoption of new technology while maintaining standards.
Maintenance and Supply Technician , 07/2013 to Current
Department Of DefenseCity, STATE,
  • Lead 13 Maintenance personnel and assist 2 Maintenance and Supply Technicians to account for more than 9,600 man hours; assigned work orders, demonstrates proper work method, provided technical information, materials, and tools needed to accomplish all tasks. Advised workers IAW policies and orders from the supervisors as appropriate, and made sure employees adhered to them.
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed TDY and MOB unit maintenance missions throughout the year; assigned work teams and work according to skill levels.
  • Advised supervisor of work sequence, procedures, methods, and status and progress of work, and causes of work delays.
  • Assumed Automated Time Attendance and Production System "ATAAPS" responsibilities for time keeping and certification in supervisor absence; filled in as maintenance administrator, supply technician, and inspector as needed.
  • Additional duties include Government Credit Card holder, Modified Work Orders, Master Driver, Pubs, Safety of Use Messages, and Warranties covering shop and government equipment; met all mandatory training requirements.
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed temporary duty travel and unit maintenance missions for mobilizing units throughout the year; assigned work teams and work according to skill levels.
  • Reviewed maintenance sheets during course of repairs to ensure that all required items have been covered; checked work orders to make certain all necessary repairs prescribed have been accomplished and that initials of mechanics and supervisor appear on maintenance worksheets and time-cards.
  • Perform inspections on automotive repair work done by others on a variety of vehicles such as light and heavy trucks and tractor trailers, including initial, in-process, and final inspections according to their technical manuals.
  • Followed proper protocols for reporting suspected violations to internal personnel or outside governing agencies.
  • Supervised safe handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Managed safety and health programs, enforcing compliance with occupational health and safety regulations.
First Sergeant , 12/2019 to 01/2020
Department Of Defense "Army Reserves"City, STATE,
  • Served as a First Sergeant of a Forward Support Maintenance Company; responsible for planning and executing maintenance and distribution support to multiple units within the battalion.
  • Was responsible for the health, welfare, training, morale, and professional development of over 130 Soldiers and their families.
  • Was responsible for promoting and executing the commander’s vision and imperatives; assisted and advised the commander on all enlisted matters.
  • Effectively monitored, communicated, and assisted in enforcing mission critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans.
  • Assisted the Company Commander in command and control by disseminating and implementing command directives, policies, and procedures.
  • Was accountable for the maintenance and serviceability of more than $24,000,000 worth of equipment.
  • Fostered an environment of awareness and resiliency in the unit by supporting and participating in the Army’s SHARP, EO, and MRT programs.
  • Overseen daily operations consisting of supply, maintenance, training, and administrative functions.
  • Identifying training needs within the unit and instruct new procedures to keep Soldiers abreast to current policies and methods.
  • Overseen the professional development of over 12 Non-Commissioned Officers.
  • Planned, coordinated, supervised, and reinforced Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills and Senior Enlisted Development; supervise 4 platoons consisting of staff sections, intel analyst, supply, and company maintenance section.
  • Facilitated the development of the Virtual Battle Assembly (VBA) training plans; enabled adoption of new technology while maintaining standards.
Senior Process Operator, 06/1997 to 07/2013
Kimberly Clark CorporationCity, STATE,
  • Maintained necessary level of communications between shifts.
  • Set and monitored product standards, examining samples to ensure the quality of all finished products.
  • Reviewed production orders concerning inventory requirements, staffing requirements, and duty assignments.
  • Managed the daily activities of 25-45 hourly associates including work scheduling, maintaining safety and training programs, performing associate evaluations and administering discipline.
  • Planned, scheduled, and delegated daily work.
  • Was a Subject Matter Expert (SME) aided with operating, troubleshooting, training, and repairs of 6 multi-million-dollar paper converting machines.
  • Responsible for facility quality efforts including maintaining ISO-9001 certification and operational quality standards.
  • Implemented Third Party Containment processes and procedures for non-conforming products.
  • Monitored inventory levels and placed orders for supplies as needed to maintain adequate stock.
  • Provided documentation on start-up, shut down and first level troubleshooting of processes during machine shutdowns.
  • Monitored the run ability of electrical devices and operations to ensure compliance with safety protocols.
  • Received inspected and secured all hazardous materials essential to production.
  • Managed safe delivery of hazardous materials to appropriate departments.
  • Monitored work areas for environmental protection and compliance issues.
  • Inspected maintained and repaired special hazardous material equipment including containers suits machines etc.
  • Prepared and monitored emergency procedures to be activated in the event of accidental exposure.
  • Exceptional knowledge of processes procedures and regulations for the disposal of various hazardous materials.
  • Conducted inspections of occupational incidents, injuries, and property damage for safety review compliance.
  • Monitored compliance with OSHA standards, including health and safety statues and regulations, by updating the current safety program.
  • Identified best practices and led continuous improvement initiatives to reduce work-process risks.
  • Conducted and coordinated worker training in areas such as monitoring hazardous equipment and using safety equipment.
  • Provided technical advice, coaching, guidance and mentoring to employees on following safety initiatives and making necessary changes.
  • Coordinated driver safety and training practices.
  • Planning movement or products through lines to processing, storage, and shipping units, using knowledge of system interconnections and capacities.
  • Reading and analyzing specifications, schedules, logs, test results, and laboratory recommendations to determine how to set equipment controls to produce the required qualities and quantities of products.
  • Monitored process indicators, instruments, gauges, and meters to detect and report any possible problems.
  • Performed all tasks in a safe manner which includes wearing proper personal protective equipment and following safety regulations established by this company.
  • Provide system management and administrative functions for PC and PLC networks, data historians, software version control and web-based data display systems.
  • Performed visual and/or dimensional quality inspections of units/materials in processes and makes adjustments accordingly.
  • Trained over 50 new hires to perform cross-training exercises with experienced workers.
  • Implemented new learning strategies depending upon employee’s skill levels.
  • Created curricula, instructions, documents, and written tests for various types of training courses.
  • Assesses additional needs based on training progress and collaborated with management to meet all requirements.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: Political Science, Expected in 12/2020
Augusta University - Augusta,
GPA:
Certifications
  • Master Leaders Course, Dept. of the Army, 2022
  • Senior Leaders Course, Dept. of the Army,
  • Advanced Leaders Course, Dept. of the Army,
  • Primary Leadership Development Course, Dept. of the Army,

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School Attended

  • Augusta University

Job Titles Held:

  • First Sergeant
  • Maintenance and Supply Technician
  • First Sergeant
  • Senior Process Operator

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts

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