Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Healthcare and Construction Project Specialist with extensive knowledge in leadership and 10+ years of military experience in the United States Air Force. Excellent at understanding customer needs or requirements through oral and written communications --and aligning them with services. Possess a comprehensive background in strategic planning, risk management, and critical thinking. Ability to streamline business operations that drives the growth and increase efficiency and customer engagement. Possess extensive knowledge in coordinating projects with teams, monitoring team progress, making sure projects are implemented in due time, and solving technical issues.

  • Project Management
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Change Management
  • Healthcare Management
  • Program Management
  • Quality Assurance and Control
  • Budgeting
  • Construction Management
  • Leadership
  • Progress Reports
05/2019 to 08/2019
GMU Research Assistant Ilitch Anaheim, CA,
  • Performed analysis of survey data based on Functional Movement Screening and input data into excel
  • Led police injury literature review; conducted quantitative analytical processes of data using FMS to test
  • Provided individualized corrective exercise and nutrition recommendations to over 50 subjects
  • Developed educational resources to assist established PWC Wellness and Resiliency program
  • Presented on cross-sectional analysis of quality of life, movement capabilities, and fitness of police officers
01/2016 to 03/2019
Athletic Training Assistant NOVA Pain And Rehab City, STATE,
  • Provide direction and supervised up to 60 patients daily on proper administration of program treatment techniques
  • Managed estimated $2K supply inventory for main office
  • Track clinic supply and inventory, place orders, and verify shipment receipts for accuracy
  • Offer administrative services that support accomplishment of organization's objectives and provide administrative guidance in carrying out administrative and management responsibilities
  • Work in six-member team to provide services to more than 300 patients weekly
  • Plan and accomplish special projects through researching and analyzing problems, issues, or program requirements
  • Guide and assist patients through prescribed exercise regimens, therapeutic modalities, and strength training
  • Treat acute/chronic injuries using applicable evidence-based therapeutic modalities
  • Document and compile patient progress reports, citing range of mobility observations used to offer improvement recommendations
  • Conduct extensive research of data from diverse sources
  • Extract and assemble patient treatment program information
  • Stay in constant communication with physicians, nurses, therapy providers, and case managers to obtain and provide up-to-date information on patient care
10/2003 to 03/2016
Pavements and Equipment Engineer, Technical Sergeant United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Served as Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC), providing direction and oversight to 43 individuals on 14 construction projects requiring estimated 4K labor hours, alleviating shortfalls, and delays. Provided direction and oversight to 12-member staff with planning, coordinating, and executing maintenance and repair of roadway systems.
  • Managed work requirements of projects in coordination with 9 other Air Force Specialties. Inspected work sites to ensure compliance with all safety and environmental regulations monthly
  • Managed vehicle commission officer program, scheduling use of 52 heavy construction vehicles valued at $3.5M for 829 facilities base-wide, which supported more than 500 people and mitigated downtime. Reinforced equipment safety standards and fostered policies and practices to enhance operations and support environmental, health and safety guidelines
  • Directed cleanup and removal of 20" snow on Andrews airfield to support POTUS airlift missions. Ensured proper use of equipment, procedures, and techniques during repairs.
  • Provided primary operational support as specialist in agency administrative policies and procedures. Administered physical fitness screening questionnaires, physical fitness exams, and pre/post-deployment health assessments to over 15 individuals daily.
  • Worked directly with unit deployment managers to process and provide updated health metrics. Disseminated health and performance awareness information to 5K individuals across 21 units.
  • Directed recovery efforts for aircraft wreckage using heavy equipment (64 hours over 5+ days). Directed $90K road training project for paving of asphalt in support of OJT requirements.
Expected in 05/2020
Bachelor of Science: Athletic Training
George Mason University - Fairfax, VA
  • Graduated with 3.6 GPA Cum Laude

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Program- Human Research

Health Care Provider CPR and AED Certified 2018 -2022

Mental Health First Aid USA Certified - November 2019

NATABOC Certification (pending exam date)

Project Management Professional (PMP) (pending exam date)

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