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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Hardworking and motivated professional looking to transition from U.S. Army duty to the civilian workforce. Highly motivated with 24 years of experience and achievements, including Senior Non-commissioned Officer of the Year for Public Health 2008; the Lance P. Sijan award for Leadership for 51st Fighter Wing Osan Republic of Korea, 2008; and Non-commissioned Officer of the Year for the  1st Medical Group, 2004. Actively seeks additional responsibilities and resolves problems quickly and efficiently.
Skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Disaster preparedness
  • Secret Security Clearance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Wiring expertise
  • Quick learner
  • Team leader
  • Complex data management
  • Adept multi-tasker
  • Trained in cross-cultural communication
  • Trained in counterterrorism strategies
  • Reliable
  • Organized
  • Multi-line phone talent
  • Report development
  • Attention to detail
  • Team building
  • HIPAA compliance
  • Medical bill auditing
  • OSHA compliance
  • Patient scheduling
  • Quality assurance
  • PowerPoint
  • Culturally-sensitive
  • Suicide prevention training
  • Team player
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • Medical terminology knowledge
Work History
03/2009 to 03/2013
First Sergeant Brigham And Women's Faulkner Hospital Boston, MA,
  • Tracked and filed administrative paperwork and personnel folders.
  • Reviewed disciplinary and other adverse actions and made recommendations.
  • Oversaw daily office operations for staff of [Number] employees.
  • Composed and drafted all outgoing correspondence and reports for managers.
  • Provided leadership for 800+ personnel located at eight different locations. 
  • Prepared enlisted members, and families for 12 individual deployments.
  • Assisted executive leadership in enlisted training, recognition, and career progression programs.
  • Represented senior leadership at meetings and social functions.
  • Worked with other Senior Noncommissioned Officers, administered discipline mentoring and welfare issues for all enlisted personnel.
  • Coordinated resolution of complex problems between subordinates and base agencies.
  • Managed upkeep for on base living facilities for single personnel.
  • Scheduled unit functions and additional duties.
  • Managed vacation programs, ensured all sections were properly manned at all times.
  • Worked closely with base level senior executive leadership; executed mission, developed specific goals, plans and objectives related to enlisted members.
01/2007 to Current
Public Health Flight Leader 51st Aeromedical Squadron , STATE,
  • Oversaw inventory and office supply purchases.
  • Complied annual recommendations for end of fiscal year budgets.
  • Managed and performed public health activities and programs.
  • Conducted food safety programs.
  • Managed base level vaccination program.

 

11/2000 to 01/2007
Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of Force Health/Physical Examinations 1st Aerospace Medicine Squadron City, STATE,
  • Oversaw daily office operations for staff of [Number] employees.
  • Composed and drafted all outgoing correspondence and reports for managers.
  • Oversaw inventory and office supply purchases.
  • Complied annual recommendations for end of fiscal year budgets.
  • Kept organized documentation of prescription refill information for office of 15 physicians.
  • Managed executive calendar and coordinated weekly project team meetings.
  • Prepared meeting minutes and edited subcontractor proposals, project punchlist, transmittals and memorandums for organizational support.
  • Audited new customer files to verify medical necessity and satisfaction of coverage criteria.
  • Located, checked in and pulled medical records for appointments and incomplete patient charts.
  • Applied medical standards, ensured all personnel were medically qualified for initial and continued military duty.
  • Administered OSHA required examinations, trends and mandatory follow-ups.
  • Performed facility inspections, enforced Air Force Food code.
10/1997 to 11/2000
Non-comissioned Officer in Charge of Flight Medicine 15th Aerospace Medicine Squadron City, STATE,
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.
  • Examined eyes using optical instruments and pharmaceutical agents.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews.
  • Responsible for primary care, case management, and medication management.
  • Assessed patients and documented their medical histories.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Trained new staff on quality control procedures.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Developed and produced all office flyer notifications for important policy changes, office news and events.
  • Managed various general office duties such as answering multiple telephone lines, completing insurance forms and mailing monthly invoice statements to patients.
  • Performed monthly inventory and maintained office and medical supply counts.
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis.
  • Routinely retracted patient throat cultures and prepared them for lab submission.
  • Skillfully performed suture removals for patients of all ages.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding healthcare teams.
  • Contributed substantially to successful department JCAHO accreditation.
  • Ordered and read lab tests, x-rays, MRIs, Ultrasounds, and EKGs.
  • Managed team of medical support personnel.
  • Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels.
06/1991 to 09/1997
Medical Technician 375 Aeromedical Squadron City, STATE,

     

  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews.
  • Performed basic physical assessments for patients, applying medical standards documenting medical histories for retiring persons.
  • Ordered laboratory tests, x rays and EKGs for physical examinations.
  • Benchmarked training program for medical technicians for Air Force.
Education
Expected in 2010
Associate of Arts: Human Resources
Community College of the Air Force - Montgomery, AL
GPA:
Expected in 2008
Associate of Applied Science: Public Health Sciences
Community College of the Air Force - Montgomery, AL
GPA:
Expected in 1984
High School Diploma:
East Burke Senior High School - Icard North Carolina,
GPA:

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School Attended

  • Community College of the Air Force
  • Community College of the Air Force
  • East Burke Senior High School

Job Titles Held:

  • First Sergeant
  • Public Health Flight Leader
  • Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of Force Health/Physical Examinations
  • Non-comissioned Officer in Charge of Flight Medicine
  • Medical Technician

Degrees

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Applied Science
  • High School Diploma

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