human resources assistant career development manager resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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PROFESSIONAL STATEMENT My experience in the human resources and construction fields while serving in the US Navy for over 20 years has given me the hard skills of personnel action processing and program management as well as the soft skills of customer service, attention to detail and leadership needed to work with professionals in the human resources field. As my resume will show, the diversity of my experiences will allow me to excel in a variety of human resources processes in order to contribute and thrive while helping my co-workers reach their next level of performance. Working for General Dynamics Information Technologies will allow me fully use these skills while growing in other needed areas that work to make GDIT and NASA succeed. Clearance Eligibility: Secret (Adjudicated 2011)

  • ADR
  • Hardware
  • Council
  • Counselor
  • Counseling
  • DTS
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Forms
  • Human resources
  • Instructor
  • Instruction
  • Inventory
  • Logistics
  • Materials
  • Access
  • Window
  • Navy
  • Personnel
  • Plan development
  • Procurement
  • Progress
  • Speaker
  • Quality
  • Safety
  • Staff training
  • Training materials
  • Unique
  • Validation
  • Welding
  • Leadership development
  • Critical thinking
  • Flexible
  • Analytical
  • Benefits programs
  • Employee engagement
  • Training development
  • Human resources operations
  • Logistics management
  • Mentoring and training
  • Supplies inventory
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Staff training and development
Human Resources / Assistant Career Development Manager, 10/2016 - Current
Bdr, Inc. Seatac, WA,
  • Maintained the Navy’s Career Development program and processed personnel actions utilizing the NAVPERS 1306 form and the Navy Standard Integrated Processing System (NSIPS) and Career Information Management System (CIMS).
  • Provided staff training, mentorship, and guidance to 580 Sailors by providing oversight and corrections to military personnel data through military history validation.
  • Guided 25 Sailors through a Career Development program review with an overall score of 95% on the most recent program inspection by performing quality reviews of personnel actions of department level career counselors.
  • Counseled and guided 14 Sailors through the Tuition Assistance program resulting in two Bachelor’s Degrees earned and one Master’s degree in progress.
  • Processed over 300 personnel actions to include extension of enlistment agreements and counseling NAVPERS 13 forms resulting in 100% accountability under strict processing schedules.
  • Organized over 75% of all Career Development Boards, 50 reenlistment authorizations, and 31 reenlistment ceremonies resulting in an overall 71% manpower retention rate.
  • Communicated with Sailors, human resources offices in Millington, TN, and other federal agencies on personnel service histories.
  • Volunteered as a Defense Travel System (DTS) clerk and reduced the Battalion’s travel backlog by 80% while achieving 100% accountability during audits and training five new DTS clerks.
Training and Development Specialist, 03/2012 - Current
United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Facilitated training and development in accordance with Department of Defense guidelines and American Council of Education procedures to various class sizes utilizing lesson plan development, slide generation, and testing regimens.
  • Provided 360 hours of instruction on Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) for 270 students and completed two major practical demonstration exercises ensuring 100% deployment readiness.
  • Oversaw the qualification of six junior instructors in 12 unique courses achieving a 100% qualified training staff.
  • Invited to be a key speaker at for a Women in Construction seminar discussing ethics in the military and difficulties women face in the military construction force.
  • Updated Seabee Supply Outlet course curriculum topics and mentored three subject matter experts in material logistics handling and tracking.
  • Managed training calendars to inform participants of upcoming training session topics and dates.
  • Evaluated effectiveness of training programs and recommended improvements to upper management.
  • Organized handbook and course documentation for participants.
  • Administered course content, schedules and attendance utilizing learning management system (LMS).
  • Evaluated training materials prepared by instructors and offered actionable suggestions for improvement.
Steel Worker, 11/1999 - Current
United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Fabrication and construction of steel structures and supports utilizing welding practices, rivet joining, and integration into non-metal construction methods.
  • Directed removal of 10000 square feet of metal paneling and two damaged 40 feet high and 20 feet long steel columns while placing 3 cubic yards of concrete and two 3’ by 3’ footers on a wash rack overhaul project with zero rework.
  • Assisted in the placement of 200 feet of formwork, 60000 feet of tent decking, and 1500 square feet of wall placement while deployed to Camp Fallujah, Iraq.
  • Led a crew of two Sailors in construction of a 600 linear foot galvanized steel bridge providing safety and ease of access at NCBC Gulfport’s golf facilities.
  • Expertly removed 1200 square feet of roofing and installed 240 feet of sheet metal eave caps, gutters, and expanded metal window inserts in the MWR Concession stand project.
  • As part of the Joint Task Force Katrina Disaster Recovery Team assisted in the construction of 74 strong back tents, 148 sets of stairs, removal of 1000 tons of debris, and distribution of 9000 gallons of fuel improving the lives of all hurricane victims.
  • Studied blueprints for each project and worked closely with supervisors to fulfill requirements.
  • Assembled and disassembled scaffolding for every shift to prepare for steel work on buildings and bridges.
  • Joined steel units and welded into place, checking every portion of unit to maintain accuracy.
  • Performed mod assembly, erected and connected structural steel and leveled and torqued connections after steel placement.
  • Safely used metal shears, hacksaws, bar cutters and other tools to cut metal components for installation.
  • Identified problems that occurred on job and took cost-saving measures to provide resolution.
  • Supervised crew members in proper steel placement in numerous locations.
  • Fabricated metal parts such as steel frames, columns, beams, angle iron and mild steel structures according to instructions from supervisors.
Supply and Logistics Manager, 10/2009 - 10/2015
United States Navy, City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the ordering, receipt, storage, and issue of military tools, hardware, and supplies for both training and operational deployments and construction projects worldwide.
  • As Materials Logistic Officer (MLO) Leading Petty Officer she meticulously managed the ordering, procurement, and storing of construction materials totaling over $1.3M saving over a $100K from original cost estimates.
  • Streamlined and maintained accountability of $2.3M of project and training materials while establishing an excess material inventory saving over $30K by eliminating duplicate ordering of supplies.
  • As Seabee Supply Outlet Curriculum Manager she ensured all Seabee materials orders were accurate and timely resulting in a 50% increase in efficiency against previous fiscal year totals.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of all assets as assessed by independent military inspections and audits.
  • Maintained high standards of internal and external customer service.
Education and Training
BS: Liberal Studies, Expected in 2018
Excelsior College - ,
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Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor Course: , Expected in 2016
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Instructor Course (Master Training Specialist): , Expected in 2012
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AS: Accounting, Expected in 1999
Chattanooga State Community College - ,
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Career Counselor Training Supply Petty Officer / MLO Training: , Expected in
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Sexual Assault Prevention Response Representatives - United States Navy,
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Additional Information
  • NOTABLE AWARDS , Military Outstanding Volunteer Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (x6) Good Conduct Medal (x6)

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School Attended

  • Excelsior College
  • Chattanooga State Community College
  • Sexual Assault Prevention Response Representatives

Job Titles Held:

  • Human Resources / Assistant Career Development Manager
  • Training and Development Specialist
  • Steel Worker
  • Supply and Logistics Manager


  • BS
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor Course
  • Instructor Course (Master Training Specialist)
  • AS
  • Career Counselor Training Supply Petty Officer / MLO Training

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