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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Currently searching for OPELINT, SIGINT, and Electronic Warfare contracting positions. Long term goal is to pursue a higher education degree in Information Assurance. Honorably discharged Navy veteran, with a total of 7+ years of diverse experience specializing in intelligence analysis, national intelligence security protocols, and work center management while collaborating with national and global intelligence centers to create mission critical products.

Possess a comprehensive background in electronic warfare spectrum fundamentals, SIGINT and ELINT analysis, safeguarding of national security , tactical electronic warfare guidelines and manuals, national intelligence analysis applications and tools, and research and development tactics. Self motivated and quickly leads the team in every work place for team training. Designated Lead Analyst in each work center has empowered me with vast knowledge and experience of national intelligence tools. Employment in the intelligence community is a privilege and has allowed me to obtain a wealth of imperative knowledge that is forever changing. There will always be a new tool, SOP, or application that will allow people to conduct the job faster and more effectively. My hope is that with my vast knowledge of intelligence, I will be able to play a role in creating innovative programs and tools to help increase productivity for the warfighter.

Skills
  • Active TS/SCI Clearance with CI Polygraph
  • Intelligence products
  • SIGINT, OPELINT, Electronic Warfare expertise
  • Strong critical thinking capabilities
  • Security clearance procedures
  • National Security Procedures
  • Providing briefings
  • Managing records
  • Threat detection
  • Team Player
  • Data Collection
  • Report writing
  • Microsoft Excell, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint expertise
Work History
Lead Intelligence Analyst, 03/2020 to Current
HoneywellNew Hampshire, OH,
  • Pioneered very first COMPACFLT OMIOC (Offensive Maritime Cell)- created end-to-end kill chains through SIGINT and enabled over 1500 constructive kills on real world targets
  • Trend setter in innovative ideas that has influenced other commands throughout Fleet to start their own OMIOC
  • Prepared and executed over 200 operations slides, 10,000 critical position updates, and 88 fleet tasking messages which assisted COMPACFLT’s leadership to achieve #1 warfighting priority; 24/7 Target Quality Common Operational Picture
  • Skilled in preparing briefing for senior leadership to assist leaders in decision making. Prepared daily intelligence slide that drives research and development
National OPELINT Analyst, 08/2018 to 03/2020
Leidos Holdings Inc.Fort Bragg, NC,
  • Daily performance consisted of collection and evaluation of over 26,000 electronic signals of interest, created over 170 daily ELINT products for PACFLT leadership and emphasized several high interest activity products
  • Participation in one Fleet Battle Exercise, successfully analyzed 3,600 ELINT tracks, generated critical products, and facilitated fusion of national tactical assets. Coordinated with other Fleets to assist with fusion analysis
  • Skillful analyst who can quickly and accurately pivot to cover watch of Pacific Fleet partners as needed in event of system casualties
  • Demonstrated strong leadership skills and subject matter expert capability to update COMPACFLT FOM (Federated Order of Battle Management) for vessels of interest in order to provide situational awareness for deployed units
  • Trained and qualified 8 NOAs during time on watchfloor
  • Provided training on radar signature to peers to improve watch standing proficiency
  • Created PQS (Personnel Qualification Standard) , test, and board process for NOA watch position
  • Highly sought out member of team for training purposes
  • Captured vital parametric data for vessels of interest and disseminated it to blue force vessels
  • Conducted OFM for deployed units during EMCON drills. Also conducted OFM during high visibility/high threat transits
  • As member of COMPACFLT, was directly responsible to ensure tracking of all vessels in entire Pacific Fleet Area of Responsibility
Electronic Warfare Supervisor, 06/2015 to 08/2018
USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70)City, STATE,
  • Led 39 emission control drills and was directly responsible for successful execution of each drill
  • As Combat Systems Training Team leader, led 25 tactical and technical scenarios during underway periods in preparation for deployment which led to passing score from ATG (Afloat Training Group)
  • Provided electronic warfare fundamental training to 16 junior sailors, 10 Tactical Action officers, and 3 Information Warfare Officers
  • Was overall responsible to Carrier Strike Group 1 for monitoring productivity of each electronic warfare center in entire strike Group. Strike Group is composed of 3-4 ships.
  • Conducted hourly situational reports with strike group
  • Produced over 150 tactical reports on contacts of interest in accordance with C7F guidance
  • Ensured proper security guidelines were being followed for 8 spaces
  • Conducted OFM (own force monitoring) during emission control drills to ensure effectiveness of each drill
  • Directly responsible for overseeing and managing 3 different watch positions at time
  • Led 5 military deception drills while deployed
  • Briefed senior level leadership daily on real time vessels of interest
  • During Rim of the Pacific 2018, managed team of 16 sailors tracking 31 participants and one critical contact of interest
Electronic Warfare Operator, 11/2014 to 06/2015
USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70)City, STATE,
  • Collected and correlated parametric electronic data for over 2000 signals of interest
  • Conducted watch standing duties for over 2000 hours
  • Collected data for over 200 tactical intelligence reports that were sent daily
  • Made 400 verbal reports on contacts of interest to Electronic Warfare shops while deployed in 7th Fleet Area of Responsibility in accordance with C7F guidance
  • While deployed, assisted with 8 emissions control drills
  • Performed essential maintenance checks on equipment that was required for deployment purposes
  • Provided real time data to tactical offices in order to influence their decision making processes
  • As lead electronic warfare operator, conducted weekly combat systems training team drills to enhance defense capabilities in event of enemy attack
  • Ensured sailors onboard were abiding by electronic emission requirements through OFM (Own Force Monitoring)
  • Participated in 3 drills to test capability of USS Carl Vinson’s missile defense
  • Logged and stored daily parametric data correlating to signals of interest
  • Performed all duties in accordance with electronic warfare fundamentals and fleet guidance
Education
No Degree: International Relations, Expected in
Kent State University - Kent, OH
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 08/2013
Garfield High School - Akron, OH
GPA:
Military Training

Intermediate Operational ELINT (Electronic Intelligence)- Nov 2018

Navy Operations Security (OPSEC) Course- Dec 2017

Fleet Generic Area Limitations Environment (GALE) Operations- Sep 2016

Joint Tactical Terminal AN/USQ-151 Maintenance- Sep 2016

Watertight Closures Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair- Aug 2016

Joint Tactical Terminal AN/USQ-151 Maintenance- Feb 2016

Surface Electronic Warfare Threat Recognition- Nov 2015

Fleet Generic Area Limitations Environment (GALE) Operations- Nov 2015

Fleet National Systems Support- Sep 2015

Surface Electronic Warfare Operations- Journeyman- Aug 2015

AN/SLQ-32 (V) Shipboard Operations- Oct 2014

Entry Level ELINT- Sep 2014

Recruit Basic Military Training- May 2014

Military Awards

Fleet Letter of Commendation- Feb 2019 (Commander, U.S. Pacific FLeet)

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal- Aug 2018 (USS Carl Vinson)

Sea Service Ribbon- Apr 2018 (USS Carl Vinson)

Good conduct Award- Apr 2017 (USS Carl Vinson)

Sailor of the day- Feb 2017 (USS Carl Vinson)

Fleet Letter of Commendation- Jan 2017 (USS Carl Vinson)

Sea Service Ribbon- Jun 2016- (USS Carl Vinson)

Sailor of the week- Feb 2016 (USS Carl Vinson)

Sea Service Ribbon- Jun 2015 (USS Carl Vinson)

Global War on Terrorism ribbon- Jun 2015 (USS Carl Vinson)

National defense ribbon- Jun 2014 (Boot Camp)

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School Attended
  • Kent State University
  • Garfield High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Lead Intelligence Analyst
  • National OPELINT Analyst
  • Electronic Warfare Supervisor
  • Electronic Warfare Operator
Degrees
  • No Degree
  • High School Diploma