Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Energetic employee exhibiting suburb communication and interpersonal skills. Dedicated to fostering a welcoming team pClaireer office. Highly ambitious, taking on multiple tasks at once with an excellent work ethic, and strengths in boosting overall morale.

  • Works well independently
  • Flexible
  • Loyal
  • Team PClaireer
  • Self-Motivated
  • Responsible/Dependable
  • Courteous
  • Organized/Fast Learner
  • Works Well Under Pressure/Deadlines
  • Honest
08/2016 to Current
Library Clerk II Mother Lode Union School District City, STATE,
  • Manage and maintain the elementary school library for teachers, staff, and students.
  • Check in, check out, and renew library materials using the Destiny/Follett Computer System.
  • Conducted book fairs to generate revenue for future library purchases.
  • Implementing the Accelerated Reader Program and preparing all current and newly purchased books to be used with this program.
  • Purchased and prepared approximately $20,000 of leveled reader books for teachers’ use in a guided reading program to promote higher student success in reading scores.
  • Purchase, process, and distribute all new/donated library materials for use in the library as well as all library supplies necessary to complete this task.
  • Provide teachers & staff with requested reports from Destiny/Follett, Accelerated Reader Program, and Renaissance Place as needed.
  • Resolve patrons’ complaints tactfully and professionally while maintaining appropriate confidentiality.
  • Strive to be a team pClaireer with all teachers, staff, students, parents, and community members to meet our common goal of encouraging students’ love reading.
  • Trained in the Love and Logic Program.
11/2014 to 08/2016
LCAP Instructional Aide El Dorado County Office Of Education City, STATE,
  • Instructed the SIPPS, Walk to Learn Program to students struggling with beginning reading skills.
  • Worked in small group settings or with individuals identified as requiring extra special attention.
  • Assisted with EL students using the Rosetta Stone Program to enhance a better understanding of the English Language.
  • Organized creative creative pClaire to encourage creative learning for both EL and traditional students.
  • Push-In to grades K-4 to assist classroom teachers with students needing one on one attention while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
10/2005 to 12/2010
Substitute Teacher/Parent Volunteer Waterloo School District City, STATE,
  • Supervised an average of 44 students in combo classrooms, halls, cafeterias, schoolyards, and on field trips.
  • Completed and filed all necessary paperwork for classroom activities, including but not limited to meal count sheets and attendance logs.
  • Preserved the confidentiality of student records and information at all times.
  • Worked one on one with students struggling with beginning math and reading skills to improve learning growth.
  • Fostered a caring classroom environment in which students were able to learn respect for themselves and others.
  • Encouraged students to persevere through challenging tasks.
  • Attended monthly staff meetings and was elected to the Parent Teacher Committee.
04/1989 to 12/2010
Communication Technician 1 New York State Park Police - Central Region City, STATE,
  • Police Dispatcher Supervisor and Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police.
  • Authored public response letters with proper English for the Chief.
  • Scheduled for 24 hour dispatcher cover for permanent and seasonal dispatchers.
  • Responsible for orientation, hiring paperwork, and training of all new dispatchers; processed hiring paperwork and completed office orientation for new/returning police hires.
  • Gathered appropriate information on dispatch staff to conduct annual evaluations.
  • Processed payroll and travel expenditures for all dispatch and police staff; managed all procurement purchases and payments for supervisors.
  • Prepared and tracked various budget and financial reports upon request.
  • Monitored and tracked multiple databases for inventory management.
  • Answered multi-line phones and coordinated emergency services for incoming/outgoing requests.
  • Agency CPR Instructor and taught locally and statewide at the police academy.
  • Expected to make sound independent decisions and to work with minimal supervision.
  • Familiar with office equipment including but not limited to: Computers (Microsoft Office), copiers, riso machines, laminators, multi-line phones, and calculators.
  • Required to maintain strict confidentiality.
Education and Training
Expected in
Master of Arts: Counseling
SUNY Oswego - Oswego, New York,

No degree obtained. Classes taken in pursuit of a Masters Degree included early childhood development studies as well as the impact that cultural and socioeconomic background pClaires in the education of students.

Expected in 12/1991
Bachelor of Arts: Public Justice
SUNY Oswego - Oswego, New York,
Expected in 05/1989
Associate of Arts: Criminal Justice
Onondaga Community College - Syracuse, NY

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