Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
  • Offering B.S. in criminal Justice and years of progressive experience in the U.S. military in protective services and security operations in hostile environments
  • Solid qualifications in supervision and personnel training, contributing to operational readiness/success
  • Government Secret Security Clearance
  • Bilingual-fluent in both English and Spanish
  • Proficient in all Windows software
  • Team leadership proven in multiple challenging situations
  • Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations
  • Knowledgeable in all forms of communications systems
  • Successful in learning and comprehending new systems and methods
  • Excellent teacher/trainer; patient and effective when working with a wide range of personalities
  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing to a wide variety of audiences
  • Fluent in Spanish, reading, speaking, and writing
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Word, Power Point, Excel, Access, Outlook
  • Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations
  • Knowledgeable in all forms of communications systems
  • Successful in learning and comprehending new systems and methods
  • Organized a large number of paperwork and computerized files
  • Extracted and summarized information and prepared reports
  • Established daily operating procedures
  • Instruction, supervision and evaluation of personnel
Work History
Law Enforcement Instructor, 01/2009 to Current
State Of IowaIndependence, IA,
  • Duties and Responsibilities - In Accordance with Marine Corps Law Enforcement requirements, presents Marine Corps approved courses of instruction and training to members of the PMO/MCPD - Provides initial training to civilian police officers as part of the MCPA - Conducts in-service training and qualifications/re-qualification training as required - As an Instructor and subject matter expert, maintains proficiency, knowledge and skills - Completes all preparation prior to each training session.
  • This includes not only the material the instructor will present but also the material the students will need as well - Prepares required administrative records/reports associated with the courses presented including certificates of completion and individual training records - Performs additional job related duties and responsibilities as directed in the installation standard operating procedures (SOP) and the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Manual - Performs other job related duties and tasks as directed by the supervisor - Maintains a neat and professional appearance and demeanor and conducts oneself in a manner that promotes a positive image of the Marine Corps and the PMO/MCPD.
Physical Security Specialist, 07/2008 to 01/2009
Department Of The TreasurySanta Clarita, CA,
  • Duties and Responsibilities - Develops, coordinates and maintains physical security and crime prevention programs in accordance with applicable directives and regulations - Reviews all plans for new construction or major modification of MWR retail and service activities, disbursing offices, commissaries, barracks, inhabited primary gathering facilities, warehouses storing pilferable and high value item, aircraft hangers, fuel storage facilities, armories, and ammunition/weapons storage facilities - Conducts physical security inspections, surveys and other related activities in order to ensure adherence to current policy directives - Coordinates with installation Physical Security Council in order to provide ready means for planning and evaluating the effectiveness of crime prevention and physical security measures per current directives and policy - Assists with management and maintenance of the electric Security Systems (ESS) aboard the installation - Completes all associated administrative functions and maintains appropriate files and databases to include submission of the semiannual Law Enforcement and Physical security Activities Report - Performs related duties as directed to ensure successful accomplishment of the PMO/MCPD mission and duties as required by the USMC Law Enforcement Manual.
E-7/Company Gunnery Sergeant, 02/1988 to 02/2008
United States Marine CorpsCity, STATE,
  • USMC retired (20 years) Director, Supervisor, Department Manager, Operations Manager and Senior Advisor.
  • - Trained staff in various types of weapons, chemical and emergency response teams
  • - Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom as the senior Watch Officer in charge of the Base Defense Operation Center providing internal and external security to Al Asad Air Base, Iraq. Coordinating, managing assets and information, providing Commanders with a clear and accurate picture of the Base Area of Operations security conditions
  • - Marine Security Guard Commander, Department of state/USMC, American embassies, Tunis Tunisia and Copenhagen, Denmark
  • - Trained by the Department of the Navy as an Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer. Trained security staff in force protection, anti-terrorism, threat collection, information security, crisis management, terrorist and weapons of mass destruction response, mass casualty, and physical security planning
  • - Assigned as Substance Abuse Coordinating Officer and Equal Opportunity Officer
  • - Served in Operation Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom
  • - Vehicle Commander with a Light Armored Reconnaissance unit
  • - Low Altitude Air Defense & Stinger Gunner
Master's Degree: Emergency Management and homeland Security, Emergency Management, Expected in 12/2019
Arizona State University - ,
GPA: 3.02, Credits Earned: 45 hours, Job Related Training
Bachelor's Degree: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Expected in 12/2007
Park University - Parkville, MO
GPA: 3.10, GPA: 4.00, Credits Earned: 136 Semester hours
- Ability to become certified in, perform and instruct a variety of defensive tactics systems utilized in PMO/MCPD operations - Certified on CPR/First Aid, Force on Force Simulation Safety Instructor, Aerosol Weapons OC Training Program, HSSI Instructor development Course, The Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor Training School, and the National Rifle Association Weapons Instructor Course, Physical Security Course High Impact Training Solutions (HITS) Institute - Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) - Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies - Emergency Management Institute, FEMA United States Marine Corps 2/1988-2/2008 Location: Camp Pendleton, CA Title: E, Language Spoken Written Read Spanish Advanced Advanced Advanced
Additional Information
  • Additional Information: Awards - , Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal for outstanding achievement during Operation Desert Shield Desert Storm - Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, three time recipient for outstanding achievement - Good Conduct Medal - National Defense Service Medal - Combat Action Ribbon - Global War on Terrorism Service Medal - Kuwait Liberation Medal - Iraq Campaign Medal

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