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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Self-motivated wildlife professional committed to implementing local conservation practices to preserve the natural and cultural resources of south Texas for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

Skills
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Data Collection
  • Data Management
  • Specimen Collection
  • Written & Verbal Communication
  • Adaptability/Flexibility
  • Microsoft Suite
  • GIS
Work History
09/2020 to 03/2021 Fish and Wildlife Technician Texas Parks And Wildlife Department | City, STATE,
  • Collected biological tissue samples from Chronic Wasting Disease susceptible cervids; ensured proper packaging and delivery to appropriate diagnostic laboratory in timely manner.
  • Collaborated with local biologists and law enforcement to ensure safe, effective working environment at agency's busiest check station.
  • Served as liaison to public concerning all matters related to TPWD Outdoor Annual in first year out of print (e.g. season dates, license requirements, carcass restrictions).
  • Effectively streamlined sample collection process through innovative thinking and systematic organization of samples, equipment, supplies.
  • Created first training manual for TPWD CWD check station new hires.
  • Successfully recruited five female first-time hunters to enter harvests into Texas Big Game Awards for 2020-2021 white-tail hunting season.
11/2015 to 12/2016 Conservation Educator Welder Wildlife Foundation | City, STATE,
  • Fostered student curiosity and interest through creative hands-on activities, including small mammal trapping via Sherman traps, point- transect vegetation sampling, water quality monitoring, and compound microscope experiments.
  • Hosted four weeks of Texas State Aquarium's SEA Camp focusing on wildlife management techniques and freshwater sciences.
  • Served as Professional Mentor to ten at 2016 TCTWS Wildlife Conservation Camp; earned recognition for most successful team.
  • Assisted in successful operation of annual MAPS station, including, but not limited to: selecting/preparing mist net sites, opening /closing nets, extracting birds from nets, identifying species, banding captured birds, recording data, and accurate scoring of morphometric data.
05/2011 to 12/2012 Outdoor Recreation Technician Bureau Of Land Management | City, STATE,
  • Assisted district in furthering goals, objectives and programs of Bureau of Land Management’s Outdoor Recreation Program, while maintaining flexibility and managing multiple priorities of multi-use agency.
  • Performed federal Outfitter & Guide and Special Recreation Permit administration.
  • Utilized self-collected ArcGIS and GPS data to assist in map development of OHV riding areas and designated trail systems over 2.5 million acres.
  • Collected 800 Visitor Use Surveys at Sand Mountain Recreation Area for Western Oregon Recreation Scarcity Analysis.
  • Recruited commercial sponsors for recreational events and maintained contact with media and business outlets; successfully acquired sponsorship by region's largest Yamaha dealer for future events.
08/2010 to 05/2011 Nature Tourism Intern Texas AgriLife Extension Service | City, STATE,
  • Aided Nature Tourism Program Director in research, analysis, and development of initial Certified Wildlife Guide Program in partnership with Corpus Christi CVB.
  • Collected survey data/research to develop first ever pricing report on Saltwater Fishing Guides on Texas Gulf Coast.
  • Utilized exceptional writing, editing and proofreading skills to produce engaging and error-free series of educational fact sheets (e.g. Nature Tourism in Texas, Marketing of Nature Tourism) for aspiring wildlife entrepreneurs.
Education
Expected in 05/2011 Bachelor of Science | Agriculture Texas A&M University - Kingsville , Kingsville, TX, GPA:
  • Option: Agriculture Science - Wildlife Recreational Entrepreneurship
  • Member of TAMUK Wildlife Society
  • Member of TAMUK Agribusiness Team
Certifications

Texas Youth Hunting Program Huntmaster (Texas Wildlife Association/TPWD)

Leave No Trace Ethics Trainer (Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics)

Certified Wildlife Guide (Corpus Christi CVB)

Wilderness First Aid/CPR (American Red Cross)

Volunteer Experience
  • Billy Sandifer's Big Shell Beach Cleanup, 2009-2014
  • AmeriCorps - Nevada Conservation Corps, 2011
  • Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Storm Drain Program, 2012-2013
  • CBBE Nesting Shorebird Boat Ramp Surveys & Decoy Painting, 2014
  • Texas Youth Hunting Program, Welder Wildlife Refuge, 2016
  • TPWD Deer Capture & Epidemiological Investigations, Del Rio, 2020-2021
  • TPWD Golden-cheeked Warbler Population Surveys, Government Canyon WMA, 2021

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School Attended
  • Texas A&M University - Kingsville
Job Titles Held:
  • Fish and Wildlife Technician
  • Conservation Educator
  • Outdoor Recreation Technician
  • Nature Tourism Intern
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science

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