Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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  • Date of Birth:
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Professional Summary

Hardworking individual looking to use strong organizational skills, abilities to grasp new concepts quickly, methodical thinking, and existing lab experiences in a new position. Eager to expand knowledge and skill sets.

  • Detail Oriented
  • Punctual
  • Team player
  • Fast Learner
  • Good Listener
  • Adaptable
  • Professional Demeanor
  • Works Extremely Well Independently
  • Cheerful and Energetic
  • Strategizer
  • Organized
Work History
Environmental Monitoring Technician, 08/2020 - Current
Exova , ,
  • Understand the importance of proper aseptic technique.
  • Able to write clear and concise entries on controlled documents.
  • Collect various samples in an ISO 8 environment .
  • Collect samples in an ISO5 area attached to an ISO8 area for Pre and Post run ISO5 monitoring.
  • Collect WFI samples from water ports, heat exchangers, and clean steams in controlled and uncontrolled areas around the building as necessary.
  • Operate testing equipment such as active air units and total particulate counters in an appropriate manner.
  • Utilize MODA FDC program to acquire appropriate samples for testing, incubating and results entry.
  • Prepare supplies required for monitoring in a UAF/LAF hood.
  • Collect product samples at various stages of compounding in an aseptic manner using appropriate sample product containers.
  • Began gown certification process and gown plated in various department gowning rooms.
  • Complete continuous LMS training in a timely manner.
  • Move prepared monitoring supplies into areas using appropriate sanitizing agents (Decon-Spore, Decon-Cycle, Isopropyl Alcohol, etc...)
  • Don scrubs, smocks, hair net, shoe coverings, and sterile gloves appropriately in certain areas.
  • Perform area clearance in SVP 1 and 2 for Manufacturing department to ensure nothing is left from a previous run.
  • Communicate with Manufacturing and Compounding departments to ensure utmost efficiency throughout all stages of production runs.
  • Read, understand and review SOP's as required.
Laboratory Assistant- Toxicology, 10/2018 - 07/2020
Catholic Health Initiative Conroe, TX,
  • Responsible for daily and weekly maintenance of all 8 GC/MS (Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry) agilents used for analyzing extracted drug samples.
  • Loaded and programed extracted drug runs onto corresponding agilents (depending on analyte type) strategically to ensure all runs were completed in a timely manner.
  • Followed proper chain of custody documenting procedures for all legal samples.
  • Monitored data coming off of agilents from active legal and clinical drug runs; checking for any issues with calibrators/controls, checking for overloaded samples and/or samples needing carryover checks, scheduling reinjections, etc..
  • Conducted initial reviews for completed legal and clinical drug runs throughout entire shift, which consisted of analyzing chromatography, conducting necessary calculations, checking for data abnormalities, and inputting results into the correct computer program.
  • Frequently troubleshot issues with agilents and determined what actions were needed to resolve the problem (clean/replace parts, correct corrupted files, change method settings, restart runs, etc..
  • Responsible for calibrating all pipettes in the Toxicology lab for certain volumes depending on use. Calibration was monitored utilizing the Artel calibration machine as well as using the Artel computer program to create calibration plans, methods, and schedules for each pipette. (Worked with Drummonds, Rainin, Eppendorf, and Fisherbrand pipettes)
  • Ensured all pipettes were sanitized, damages repaired, and parts replaced as necessary to maintain optimal performance.
  • Responsible for all reagent preparations including making up buffers, liquid calibrators/controls, establishing internal standards, and formulating solutions as needed by the laboratory technologists.
  • Ensured all frozen calibrators/controls needed for daily runs were sufficiently stocked and replenished as necessary by making up a new batch and aliquoting the correct amount and volume needed for each analyte using a JANUS machine.
  • Utilized and calibrated pH meters.
  • Utilized and calibrated weight scales.
  • Utilized basic chemistry math to determine how much drug to use during reagent preparations to achieve correct target concentration.
  • Recorded daily temperature checks for lab freezers and refrigerators to ensure proper working order.
  • Recorded daily hygrometer numbers to ensure proper humidity in the laboratory.
  • Assisted the tox laboratory technologists with research and development projects or other tasks as needed.
  • Filled 2 large initial analysis machines daily using multiple different reagents with a high level of accuracy to ensure proper placement. Made sure each reagent lot was up to date and switched over to a new lot and documented as needed.
  • Organized, labeled, and color coordinated items around the laboratory to increase efficiency.
  • Worked independently with little to no supervision while completing all nightly tasks without leaving work behind for the next shift.
  • Disposed of old extracted drug vials and full waste barrels by properly sealing, labeling, and delivering to the appropriate disposal area.
  • Kept track of items running low around the laboratory and requested more using an order form as needed.
  • Helped put away all newly delivered supplies being sure to check lot numbers and expiration dates.
  • Completed required training to ensure current knowledge of all standard operating procedures.
Toxicology Accessioner- Toxicology, 07/2017 - 10/2018
Labcorp City, STATE,
  • Entered large volumes of specimen data into several different computer programs depending on sample type.
  • Manually ordered different pain management or drugs of abuse tests for each clinical sample as requested by clients.
  • Accurately labeled all clinical and legal samples and requisition papers correctly without error.
  • Followed proper chain of custody documenting procedures for all legal samples.
  • Quickly aliquot each sample into labeled glass tubes and delivered to the lab technologist for initial analysis testing.
  • Reviewed initial analysis results for each sample and aliquot positive samples into plastic or glass tubes at different volumes depending on the positive analyte(s) detected.
  • Transported aliquots to different parts of the laboratory by certain times for further confirmation testing by the laboratory technologists.
  • Troubleshot problem samples and created online cases to communicate with other departments as needed.
  • Delivered STAT samples to the laboratory technologists as quickly as possible.
  • Completed required training to ensure current knowledge of all standard operating procedures.
Specimen Processor, 03/2016 - 05/2017
All Medical Staffing Agency/Mental Health Center City, STATE,
  • Collected urine samples from patients in a clinical mental health setting.
  • Communicated with patients (who could become hostile and combative at times) in a compassionate and professional manner.
  • Worked independently and efficiently under very limited supervision.
  • Kept track of all supplies and re ordered as necessary.
  • Utilized data entry skills while entering patient demographic information into the computer system.
  • Labeled samples and paperwork with utmost accuracy and no error.
  • Conformed to strict compliance regulations and HIPAA laws.
  • Printed out weekly results and distributed them out to the corresponding physicians for review.
Associate of Applied Science: Phlebotomy And General Education Courses, Expected in
Truckee Meadows Community College - Reno, NV

Unable to complete, moved out of state

High School Diploma: , Expected in
Robert Mc Queen High School - Reno, NV

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School Attended

  • Truckee Meadows Community College
  • Robert Mc Queen High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Environmental Monitoring Technician
  • Laboratory Assistant- Toxicology
  • Toxicology Accessioner- Toxicology
  • Specimen Processor


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