Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Talented Manager with expert team leadership, planning and organizational skills built during a 25 year successful military career. Exceptional in all aspects of Aviation Maintenance Program Management and Information Systems Management. Diligent trainer and mentor with exceptional management abilities and results-driven approach. Ready to tackle new challenges and build success with new exciting organization. Active DOD Secret Security Clearance.

  • Effective leader
  • Project Management
  • Operations management
  • Problem-Solving
  • Attention to Detail
  • Excellent Communication
  • Multitasking Abilities
  • Policies and procedures
  • Staff Management
  • Strategic planning
  • Performance improvement
  • Lean manufacturing and design
Work History
01/2017 to Current Maintenance/Material Control Supervisor and System Administrator Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Eight | City, STATE,
  • Led a team of maintenance personnel in completing maintenance actions consisting of troubleshooting, unscheduled organizational maintenance and scheduled maintenance in accordance with manufacturer specifications, manuals, and maintenance requirement cards
  • Executed internal supply management support services in the areas of program cost monitoring, annual fiscal planning, financials, and part procurement in support of the command and the Naval Aviation Enterprise.
  • Generated technical and maintenance reports for formal briefings to executive leaders on maintenance requirements and aircraft availability to schedule mission requirements utilizing Microsoft Office Suite and Tableau.
  • Manages Windows Server system servers and workstations ensuring system security, configuration, tracking information, loading software updates, and performing backups.
01/2014 to 01/2017 Aviation Maintenance Officer/Quality Assurance Supervisor/Maintenance Control/Line Lead Naval Aviation Warfare Development Command | City, STATE,
  • Managed the maintenance and flight line coordination efforts of F/A-18A-F aircraft, which enabled the successful completion of flight hours and expenditure of ordnance that helped to qualify Naval Aviation Tacticians.
  • Guided Naval Aviation Tacticians on mission requirements and Aviation Weapons Systems in support of the Naval Warfare environment with F/A-18C/D Hornets, F/A-18E/F Super Hornets, E/A-18G Growlers, F-16 Fighting Falcons and MH-60S Seahawk helicopters.
  • Coordinated the conversion from one personnel tracking system that ensured critical manning requirements were filled.
  • Initiated new augment maintenance personnel training processes to increase efficiency, qualification tracking and monitoring.
  • Established the procedural standardization, improving Advanced Skill Management processes across the Strike Fighter community.
  • Synchronized the efforts of permanent duty personnel and augment Quality Assurance Representatives in completing work center and program audits and seven safety investigations, ensuring compliance with NAMP requirements.
01/2010 to 01/2014 Leading Chief Petty Officer and System Administrator US Navy, Strike Fighter Squadron One Five | City, STATE,
  • Led the implementation from a legacy database to an Optimized Organizational Maintenance activity with zero system related issues.
  • Managed 12 production work centers that led to the incorporation of technical directives and completion of scheduled inspections for F/A-18F aircraft.
  • Oversaw nine Sailors performing all aspects of material acquisition and management of logs and records, processing all high-priority requisitions via Naval Aviation Logistics systems and accurate tracking of all aircraft life limited components.
  • Trained Duty Section leaders and coordinated force protection standing requirements ashore and afloat.
  • Coordinated underway replenishment and in-port working parties while aboard the USS NIMITZ (CVN 68).
01/2007 to 01/2010 Officer and Enlisted Recruiter and Processor US Navy, Navy Recruiting Processing Station | City, STATE,
  • Processed over active duty officers and reserve officer packages with over a 98 percent accuracy rate.
  • Coordinated the CNO Diversity Community Outreach Program Science Medicine Mentoring attended by over 60 college and high school students.
  • Mentored 56 Officer Collegiate ensuing scholastic fitness and general military training requirements were met before attending Officer Candidate School.
  • Supervised and mentored newly commissioned officers and indoctrinated them into military life.
  • Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, Hawaii Special Olympics, and Autism Speaks which raised over $250,000 in donations and received an Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for his efforts.
Expected in 02/2019 Master of Science | Management Information Systems and Digital Forensics Trident University International, Los Angeles, CA, GPA:

Cum Laude GPA: 3.57

Expected in 12/2016 Bachelor of Science | Management Information Systems Columbia College, Columbia, MO GPA:
  • Member of SALUTE Honor's Society
Expected in 09/2014 Associate of Science | Business Administration Columbia College, Columbia, MO , GPA:

Department of Labor Apprenticeship Computer Operator (2000 hrs)

Department of Labor Apprenticeship Computer Programmer (4000 hrs)

Department of Labor Apprenticeship Office Manager/Admin Services (4000 hrs)

Additional Information
  • AWARDS , Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal x 3, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal x 7, Military Outstanding Volunteer Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service/Expeditionary Medal, Good Conduct Medal x 6 and Naval Helicopter Association 2019 Maintenance Chief of the Year.

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