hazardous materials technician resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Accomplished leader in Emergency Response management; developing and managing best practice programs for compliance monitoring and response. Cross-functional communicator easily interfacing with high-profile staff, vendors, and clients. Versatile, innovative, and loyal management professional able to see the "big picture" while staying on top of the details.
  • 1277616 POSITION TITLE: Emergency Management Specialist, GS-0089-12 SSN: 437-13-6100 Citizenship: U.S.
  • Federal Status: N/A Veterans' Preference: 10 Points, VEOA, VRA.
Hazardous Materials Technician, to
University Of Kansas, ,
  • International Fire Service Accreditation Congress #1343342.
Manager, 09/2011 to Current
Advent Software, ,
  • Provides business planning and strategy for new business prospects, clients, markets, and marketing planning.
  • Provides business training and coaching for a variety of business markets to include: professional transportation services, personal fitness, group fitness, health and nutrition planning, and employee management.
  • Review marketing plans for new business and provide input on financials and planning for future growth.
  • Assists with design and communication plans.
Senior Department Manager, 02/1989 to 08/2011
  • Managed the Emergency Management (EM) Response program by providing leadership and guidance to maintain safe operations during EM exercise and real world responses.
  • Coordinated the EM response plans and procedures for installation personnel.
  • Directed the EM exercise program.
  • Performed incident investigations, working with audit teams to determine damage and assess impact during upset conditions.
  • Write investigative reports by using effective analysis and evaluation skills to determine the causes of incidents, upset conditions and abnormal events that require an emergency response.
  • Establish recovery programs based on findings, including developing clear parameters for plant restarts.
  • Managed entire installation EM Program including plans, procedures, training and exercises Built partnerships with Emergency Operations Center (EOC) fire and security resources, safety personnel and medical personnel, ensuring an effective support program Managed, researched, developed, and implemented policies, standards, and guidelines to ensure emergency management, security training, and equipment regulations were enforced Established plans and publications to verify accuracy and consistency with referenced technical reports, Joint Service test data, and related documents Led training, tabletops and walkthroughs for 4 shifts, improving performance, taking initiative to develop and implement corrective and remedial actions when required Responded effectively to program changes, including major changes in scope and objectives Provided representation and presentation development support for Air Force Emergency Management and CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) defense equipment related conferences, meetings, and workshops Manager, Emergency Management Maintained the installation EM program supporting 34 branches and 4 tenant organizations.
  • Managed enlisted personnel, resolving all readiness issues for EM response organization.
  • Organized and directed the Emergency Operations Center.
  • Coordinated / planned future operations based on lessons learned during EM training and deployment operations.
  • Wrote and first ever exercise scenario guide for Joint Base Peterson, CO.
  • Project manager for execution of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) defense training for > 1.5K personnel Managed, directed, and trained EM Emergency Operations Center personnel Key participant in several state level tabletop and full-scale exercises for emergency response actions.
  • Scheduled and conducted Staff Assistance Visits for 38 organizations Created monthly Emergency Operations Center table-top exercise to test command and control operations Program manager for the development of tactics, techniques, and procedures required in support of implementation to the Air Force Counter-CBRN Concepts of Operation and the Air Force Counter-CBRN Master Plan Mitigated risk by ensuring adherence to all vendor and procurement management processes and contract terms Managed, planned and executed $114,000 Emergency Management response equipment purchase in 3 days; cut execution time by 80% Led team to 100% pass rate in accredited HAZMAT technician course Department Manager, Operations Management Developed, maintained, or implemented business continuity and disaster recovery strategies and solutions, including risk assessments, business impact analyses, strategy selection, and documentation of business continuity and disaster recovery procedures.
  • Planned, conducted, and debriefed regular mock-disaster exercises to test the adequacy of existing plans and strategies Managed facility and preventive maintenance program for 1,196 facilities.maintained services for infrastructure, utility systems, roads, grounds, and pavements Developed and administered training programs for military installation facility managers Performed reviews of request for 1.5M sq.
  • ft.
  • plant valued at >$2.6B Managed database of >1,200 work orders for 1,867 facilities Self-Help Store manager; cultivated and built relationships with and among executives internally across the organization and externally with strategic vendors Acted as a single point of contact for vendors and internal users of their services for escalations and new engagements Managed and maintained customer satisfaction program, established policies and procedures to meet needs for over 35,000 customers Project manager for $43M high speed, broadband, digital information network installation; processed, coordinated, and ensured approval of 175 work request for 230 facilities Collaborated with finance in generating purchase orders and payments; tracked annual spending and cost savings.
Air Force, broadband, business planning and strategy, coaching, conferences, clients, customer satisfaction, database, disaster recovery, documentation, finance, financials, Fire Service, leadership, employee management, marketing planning, marketing plans, meetings, network installation, Operations Management, personnel, policies, presentation development, processes, procurement, publications, safety, strategy, strategic, technician, training programs, transportation, workshops
MS: Project Management, Expected in 12 2015 to Keller Graduate School - San Antonio, TX
Project Management
MBA: , Expected in to Keller Graduate School - San Antonio, TX
BS: Technical Management, Expected in to DeVry University - San Antonio, TX
Technical Management
: Emergency Management, Expected in to Community College of the Air Force - Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
Emergency Management

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School Attended

  • Keller Graduate School
  • Keller Graduate School
  • DeVry University
  • Community College of the Air Force

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  • Hazardous Materials Technician
  • Manager
  • Senior Department Manager


  • MS
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