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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Summary

To obtain a responsible technical writer position in an organization that will utilize my experience, education, and attention to detail to effectively harness knowledge, an innovative spirit, solid technical backgrounds, and a passion for learning to resolve performance issues, allow personal growth, and create and deliver effective and engaging instructional materials while making a positive contribution to the quality assurance of an organization. Currently possesses a Top Secret Clearance with SCI eligibility. Over 16 years of experience supervising and managing network teams, creating work schedules, and developing in-house training programs using project management concepts. Highly proficient in conflict resolution and creating a stable work environment. Instructional Designer with 8 years of Instructional Design/Content Development experience, and over 20 years of experience in the communications engineering field. Professional hands-on experience emphasizing problem solving and long term analysis often in a multi-disciplinary, complex, high stress environment. Technical experience at data analysis, research, interpretation, report procedures, and policy implementation. Adept at training and directing individuals, as well as large and small work groups effectively translating complex technical material to non-technical audiences. Over 28 years of experience in adult education, analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) of technical training programs, Experiential Learning Model, and System Approach to Training process in compliance with Army and DoD regulations, policies, and procedures. Experienced at task analysis for on-the-job training and measurement of job performance. Computer literate including experience in the use of Microsoft Office, Dreamweaver, Questionmark, Adobe applications, HTML/XML, Hypersnap, CamStudio, Snagit, Gimp, SharePoint, and Training Development Capabilities (TDC). Knowledgable of Department of Energy (DOE) Order 426.2 and Human Performance Improvement (HPI) tools. Detail oriented and quick to learn. Demonstrates sound decision making with no or little supervision and strives for excellence having received multiple performance awards in the area of Instructional Design.Training specialist knowledgeable about theories and methods used in designing, developing and delivering successful training programs and adult learning concepts.Dependable and resourceful Corporate Trainer and Instructional Designer adept at organizing and facilitating management and team building training programs.Results-oriented Corporate Trainer who provides top-level support to growing companies. Adept at learning new products and services.Experienced Instructor driven to promote safe workplace practices. Specializes in leading [Topic] trainings for large corporations.

Highlights
  • Curriculum development and assessment
  • MS Office proficient
  • Proficient iExtensive knowledge of training methods
  • Proficient in [Software Program]
  • Proficient in [Software Program]
  • Member of the American Society for Training and Development
  • Extensive knowledge of training methods
  • Lesson planning
  • [Number] years of training in [Subject]
  • [Number] years of training in [Subject]
Accomplishments

Graduated more than [number] participants from [number] weekly training seminars.Developed [number] training manuals for [number] training seminars within [number] years.Helped more than [number] participants reach their educational goals.Created training processes for [number] separate departments.

Experience
Instructional Designer II, 01/2012 - Present
Navy Federal Credit Union Stockbridge, GA,
  • 40 hrs per week; 1 year of experience Provide technical expertise and instruction according to customer specifications and standards (operate, maintain, and repair in classroom or laboratory settings) supporting the Department of Defense enterprise.
  • Develop courseware/content in specific technical subject matter area by applying the principles of Instructional Systems Design and adult learning using blended learning, ADDIE, System Approach to Training (SAT), and project management principles.
  • Analyze and interpret outcome based tasks and subject matter related information and translate it into useable instruction/training materials for intended audience.
  • Leads instructional design teams in the development and maintenance of training products to include Programs of Instruction, Critical Task Lists, Lesson Plans, Visual Aids, and Videos.
  • Led the design and development of the Signal Captains Career Course and ensured satisfactory course delivery to the customer on-schedule and within budget.
  • Write, edit, and proofread all courseware to include technical documents, webpage content, power point presentations, and status reports.
  • Perform classroom observations to evaluate and validate course content, improve course content, and advise stakeholders in instructional design strategies and classroom optimization.
  • Provide technical telephone support to external agencies regarding courseware design and content development.
  • Design, implement, and manage effective project plans for all assigned projects using project management principles, change management, and risk analysis to ensure contract deliverables are satisfactorily met on-time or ahead of schedule.
  • Develop storyboard content for computer base training (CBTs) and simulation training aids.
  • Coordinated and led multiple data collection efforts with external agencies to assimilate data for simulation development.
  • Create and edit graphic images (jpg, gif, tiff, png) to support training products using graphic editing tools to include Hypersnap, Snagit, CamStudio, and Photoshop.
  • Provide technical and training recommendations for development of training proposals.
  • Ensure training products are compliant with current regulations, current industry standards, and within budgetary and scheduling guidelines.
  • Proficient with training product life cycle management using knowledge management systems to maintain storage, review/revision history, replication, and distribution.
  • Proficient in using content management systems (CMS) such as Liferay and learning management systems (LMS) such as Blackboard.
  • Develop training products to support Multimedia Developer's in analyzing various content using keywords and phrases to develop graphic(s) that aesthetically conveys content message and in searching for pre-existing images/stock photos, applying photo manipulation to create collages.
  • Support Instructional Programmer's ability to create/modify any back end code (HTML/XML) as required for programming/functionality.
  • Assimilate data, draw logical conclusions, and formulate grounded recommendations that forward organizational goals that ensure well-trained personnel are equipped with the knowledge, critical thinking, and reasoning necessary to be productive in a rapidly changing environment.
Trainer II, 2010 - 2012
Conduent Incorporated Atlanta, GA,
  • General Dynamics C4 Systems.
  • 40 hrs per week; 2 years of experience.
  • Responsible for presenting and facilitation of course material and supervising laboratory exercises in complex multi-disciplinary communication topics for the United States Army.
Senior Leader Section Lab Manager, -
General Electric Madison, WI,
  • accountable for more than 4 million dollars of communication assets and equipment.
  • Maintain student academic and counseling records.
  • Acted to solve individual student problems, counsel soldiers on career development, and implement remedial training as required.
  • Conducted inspections of secure and non-secure equipment, facilities, and training areas.
  • Administered tests and made performance observations to determine student progress and training effectiveness.
  • Maintain serviceability of training equipment.
  • Provided subject matter expertise in the planning, developing, and preparation of instructional material.
  • Conducted needs analysis for sources of information to include reference materials, practical exercises, information sheets, supplementary texts, testing materials, and other written aids.
Technical Controller, 01/1990 - 01/2010
United States Marine Corps , ,
  • 40 hours per week; 14 years of experience Responsible for the supervision, mentoring, training, and counseling of more than 85 personnel assigned to provide technical support involving the installation, operation, and maintenance of voice and data networks, transmission systems, and communication security equipment.
  • Managed a Technical Control Facility (TCF) in a combat environment with more than 50 personnel responsible for voice and data communications, transmission systems, and network operations.
  • Supervise the planning, installation, and maintenance of commercial and tactical network installations.
  • Responsible for the accountability of more than $2 million worth of computer and network assets.
  • Develop test and validation plans of new or upgraded software and hardware in coordination with joint agencies.
  • Assisted in drafting and validating technical manuals, policies, and standard operating procedures.
  • Highly proficient in creating and developing network drawings, interconnect diagrams, cable drawings, and technical and procedural documents.
  • Intricate understanding of a systems approach to troubleshooting, system integration, and network installation.
  • Complete work and training schedules.
  • Responsible for implementing efficient Training Programs for 16 years at 9 separate locations ensuring all annual training and sustainment training requirements were satisfactorily met.
  • Responsible for the development of internal training courseware to include lesson plans, presentations, and assessments as well as creating a tracking mechanism.
  • Develop courseware/content in specific technical subject matter area by applying the principles of Instructional Systems Design and adult learning using blended learning, ADDIE, and project management principles.
  • Drafted and submitted Statements of Work for training external to the unit.
  • Tracked and maintained security clearance updates for 85 personnel ensuring all personnel submitted updates when required and maintained required clearances.
  • Six years of experience as an Electronics Maintenance Technician responsible for safe work practices and communications equipment maintenance.
  • Training Chief 40 hours per week; 1 year of experience Assigned as the Training Chief for Marine Forces Atlantic Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare School.
  • Responsible for drafting training regulations and procedures ensuring the safety of all individuals during training evolutions.
  • Develop courseware/content in specific technical subject matter area by applying the principles of Instructional Systems Design and adult learning using blended learning, ADDIE, and project management principles.
  • Personally responsible for the design and development of a Ground Monitor Survey Course to include Program of Instruction, lesson plans, course content, practical exercises, and assessments.
  • Tracked and maintained certification of all instructors.
  • Supervised the design and development of the Chemical Casualty Decontamination Course and Unit Program Management Course for the MARFORLANT NBC School.
  • Analyze and interpret outcome based tasks and subject matter related information and translate it into useable instruction/training materials for intended audience.
  • Created and successfully implement project plans for all courseware design and development ensuring all courseware was delivered on schedule and under budget.
  • Created, coordinated, and implemented Master Training schedules.
  • Antiterrorism Training Officer 40 hours per week; 1 year of experience Assigned as the Antiterrorism Training Officer for Marine Tactical Systems and Support Activity.
  • Designed and developed an Antiterrorism Course that consisted of lesson plans, course content, case studies, and guided discussions to familiarize personnel with the threats of terrorism and how to counter those threats.
  • Develop courseware/content in specific technical subject matter area by applying the principles of Instructional Systems Design and adult learning using blended learning, ADDIE, and project management principles.
  • Training Non-Commissioned Officer 40 hours per week; 1 year of experience Assigned as the Training Non-commissioned Officer for Marine Service Support Group-31.
  • Designed and implemented a Training Program that ensured all annual and sustainment training requirements were satisfactorily met.
  • Organized a Training Program, where one was non-existent, creating an archive of lesson plans, course content, practical exercises, and assessments.
  • Develop courseware/content in specific technical subject matter area by applying the principles of Instructional Systems Design and adult learning using blended learning, ADDIE, and project management principles.
Education
Associate of Science: General Studies, Expected in 2012
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Colorado Technical University - Fort Jessica, GA
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General StudiesEmphasis in [Subject]Graduated with HonorsDean’s List Recipient

Problem Solving, Root Cause Analysis, Corrective Action Course. 2012 Network+ Course and Certification, Fort Jessica, GA. 2014 Security+ Course and Certification: , Expected in 2012
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- Fort Jessica, GA.
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Fiber Optics Course and Certification: , Expected in 2009
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Cisco Networking Academy - Fort Jessica, GA.
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Army Basic Instructor Training Course: , Expected in 2010
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- Fort Jessica, GA.
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Support Cadre Training Course: , Expected in 2010
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- Fort Jessica, GA
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Threat Awareness and Reporting Program. 2015 Composite Risk Management. 2015 I-WATCH Certification. 2015 Antiterrorism Training Officer Course: , Expected in 2001
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- Camp Pendleton, CA.
GPA:
Status - Staff Non-commissioned Officer Career Course, Camp Pendleton, CA. 1999 Warfighting Skills Non-resident Program, Camp Pendleton, CA.
Fundamentals of Total Quality Leadership Course: , Expected in 1998
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- Cherry, NC.
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Non-commissioned Officer Basic Course: , Expected in 1996
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- Camp Pendleton, CA.
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High School Graduate: , Expected in 1992
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- Cullman, AL.
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Bachelor degree: Business Project Management, Expected in 1989
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Status - Business Project Management 10 courses left to complete. reference Available upon request.
Skills

academic, Photoshop, Approach, Army, Basic, budget, cable, change management, CMS, CA, hardware, content development, content, content management, draw, counseling, critical thinking, data collection, delivery, drafting, editing, edit, Electronics, equipment maintenance, XML, Fiber Optics, graphic, HTML, instruction, Instructor, instructional design, knowledge management, Leadership, Lesson Plans, materials, mentoring, power point, Multimedia, needs analysis, enterprise, network installation, Network, networks, optimization, Developer, organizational, personnel, photo manipulation, policies, presenting, presentations, Problem Solving, Program Management, Programmer, programming, progress, project management, project plans, proposals, Quality, Reporting, risk analysis, Risk Management, safety, SAT, scheduling, security clearance, simulation, supervising, supervision, Systems Design, system integration, technical support, technical manuals, Technician, telephone, training materials, Training Programs, transmission, troubleshooting, validation, voice and data, written

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Colorado Technical University
  • Cisco Networking Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • Instructional Designer II
  • Trainer II
  • Senior Leader Section Lab Manager
  • Technical Controller

Degrees

  • Associate of Science
  • Problem Solving, Root Cause Analysis, Corrective Action Course. 2012 Network+ Course and Certification, Fort Jessica, GA. 2014 Security+ Course and Certification
  • Fiber Optics Course and Certification
  • Army Basic Instructor Training Course
  • Support Cadre Training Course
  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Program. 2015 Composite Risk Management. 2015 I-WATCH Certification. 2015 Antiterrorism Training Officer Course
  • Fundamentals of Total Quality Leadership Course
  • Non-commissioned Officer Basic Course
  • High School Graduate
  • Bachelor degree

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