Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Highly motivated and very versatile Facility Manager bringing 4 years of experience as U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Control Party looking for dynamic and growth-oriented position where job-performance is recognized. Able to work well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds. Unparalleled attention to detail with organized nature, superior work ethic and driven to succeed. Excellent communication, project management and conflict resolution skills. Proficient in assessing risk, maintaining and implementing tactical gear and evaluating terrain. Prior SECRET clearance.

  • Ability to learn old, current & new technology systems
  • Fast learner - study on own time to learn new material
  • Develop efficient methods of completing tasks/projects
  • Able to maintain demanding schedule
  • Trilingual: English / Ukrainian / Russian
  • Team-oriented, also able to work alone
  • Operating outdoors in extreme weather conditions
  • Able to lift 100+ lbs.
  • Familiar with radio operations and comms SOP's
  • Proficient with various small arms, rifles/handguns
  • Shot 'Expert Marksman' with M9 & M4 in service
  • Able to resolve various mechanical issues on-the-spot
  • Versatile skill-set, confident in ability to learn anything
  • Hunger to grow and expand knowledge/experience
  • Creating / editing / sending reports
  • Software Integration/troubleshooting
  • Data input / Revenue collection & management
  • Able to troubleshoot radios and comm equipment
Joint Terminal Attack Controller - TACP, 02/2014 - 04/2018
United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • JTAC at the 14th Air Support Operations Squadron for the 82nd Airborne Division's GRF "Global Response Force", maintained deployable status to anywhere in the world within 48 hours for periods of 6 months at a time.
  • Excelled among peers during JTAC training and expeditiously completed unit IQT, JTAC-QC and MQT resulting in an initial evaluation grade of "Q-1, with no mark downs".
  • Conducted over 50 training missions with live aircraft on Fort Bragg Range, local MOA's and various Air Force Ranges in the United States. Responsible for researching specific area safety restrictions and adhering to all rules and regulations regarding proper air-to-ground operations.
  • Vehicle Control Officer for alpha flight, maintained and kept in serviceable condition a fleet of 17 HMMWV's on deployable status and for unit training purposes.
  • Tracked inventory and issued out sensitive gear as equipment custodian for alpha flight such as radios, GPS's, laser rangefinders, NVG's, and night-time target marking devices for deploying flight members or for training purposes.
  • Maintained record of all serialized equipment assigned to flight, coordinating with radio shop for equipment repair and encrypted data transfer or unit supply to report discrepancies and receive replacements to maintain $2.7 million of equipment.
  • Achieved Airman Below-The-Zone, dominating 10 different squadron's best candidates throughout base. Awarded rank of senior airman 6 months early ahead of peers.
JTAC OC/T - TACP Field Instructor, 10/2017 - 04/2018
United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Plan and execute JTAC training for US, allied, and partner-nation TACP at the Joint-Multinational-Readiness-Center.
  • Plan, prepare and conduct academic, simulated and live CAS familiarization training for US, allied NATO and Partner forces.
  • Maintained positive comms with all operating frequencies during training missions, listening to all communications passed between all parties and identifying incorrect procedures or terminology used, or identifying and immediately correcting any practices that go against range safety procedures or Joint Publications.
  • Coordinated aircraft flying schedules with Range Safety Officers, checked in aircraft with Range Safety prior to establishing control with training JTAC's.
  • Completed week-long Range Safety Officer course, achieved 100% pass rate on all written and practical exams.
  • Coordinated & prepared for unit safety inspection resulting in 0 discrepancies, single-handedly managed Commanders high-priority unit program.
  • Made rank of Staff Sergeant first time testing for promotion.
Storage Facility Manager, 08/2018 - Current
Padden Storage City, STATE,
  • Maintain revenue collection and manage business operations of Washington's largest self-storage and parking facility.
  • Attended various storage industry expos and trade shows to research potential vendors and gather information on different available products to acquire and implement or contractors to coordinate services from.
  • Conduct market research of local competitors through gathering and analyzing data to gain insight on current storage industry standards and rates.
  • Create, update and maintain facility management software settings such as creating merchant accounts for billing and receiving revenue, creating and running promotional offers to target potential customers, and managing inventory of 700+ different storage and parking units to remain competitive and capture revenue equaling $1.3 million a year.
  • Collaborate with media group Table3 to create material to use in multiple advertising campaigns through different marketing avenues using approaches varying from shooting/editing video to post on social media platforms and capturing photos with photography equipment like drones and cameras, to designing, creating, and distributing or installing print media consisting of flyers, brochures, magazine ads, banners and signs.
  • Conduct and maintain relations with existing and potential customers by answering phone calls, communicating through email, or through personal interaction to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Quickly identified and implemented effective troubleshooting methods to efficiently resolve common issues among tenants.
  • Consistently utilize various hand or power-tools to complete a wide variety of projects requiring tedious work, ingenuity and genuine craftsmanship.
  • Set and enforce rules and regulations around the facility to ensure the safety of customers and compliance with local and state laws.
Education and Training
(I3R) TERMINAL ATTACK CONTROLLER COURSE: Air-to-Ground Operations, Expected in 11/2016
US Air Force - Las Vegas, Nevada,
US ARMY AIR ASSAULT COURSE: Air Assault Operations, Expected in 08/2015
Us Army Deglopper Air Assault School - Fort Bragg, NC,
(ERR) SERE COMBAT SURVIVAL TRAINING,: Survival, Evasion, Resistance, And Escape, Expected in 12/2014
US Air Force - Fairchild Air Force Base, WA,
(0H8) US ARMY AIRBORNE PARACHUTIST COURSE: Airborne Operations, Expected in 11/2014
US Army - Fort Benning, GA,
(0NU) TACTICAL AIR CONTROL PARTY APPRENTICE COURSE: Communications Science, Expected in 05/2014
US Air Force - Hurlburt Field, FL,
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2012
Prairie High School - Battle Ground, WA

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School Attended

  • US Air Force
  • Us Army Deglopper Air Assault School
  • US Air Force
  • US Army
  • US Air Force
  • Prairie High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Joint Terminal Attack Controller - TACP
  • JTAC OC/T - TACP Field Instructor
  • Storage Facility Manager


  • High School Diploma

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