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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Summary

Dedicated and focused administrator who excels at prioritizing, completing multiple tasks simultaneously and following through to achieve project goals. Seeking a role of increased responsibility and authority.

Highlights
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Accomplishments
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal
  • Military Outstanding Service Medal
  • 2004 Marine Corps Aviation Association Instructor of the Year
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (five awards)
  • Good Conduct Medal (three awards)
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Iraq Campaign Medal (two awards)
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Experience
01/1 to 01/1
Marine Enlisted Student United States Marine Corps City, STATE,
  • Responsible for advertising and marketing campaigns for Marine Corps Recruiting; promoting diversity, awareness, and lead generation.
  • Oversee advertising and marketing campaigns for 8 recruiting stations, covering 10 states and 882,000 square miles.
  • Developed and implemented an annual advertising and marketing plan that supported the district recruiting mission.
  • Proven leadership, managing 15 advertising and marketing representatives spread across a 10 state district.
  • Managed and employed a mobile marketing vehicle team and assets in support of recruiting stations' advertising and marketing campaigns.
  • Responsible for the planning and execution of a $1.1 million annual advertising budget.
  • Increased lead generation and awareness numbers that contributed to district recruiting superior achievement awards.
  • Analyzed marketing data to ensure advertising campaigns focused on the target demographic.
  • Provided program and project management for national recruiting advertising and marketing campaigns. Manage tactical air traffic control, early warning and control, air intercept control, and multi-tactical data link interface systems essential for controlling air and ground aviation assets. Duties include managing critical communication links between air and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems.
  • Proven leadership, managing $50 million of equipment and 150 personnel to include personal and professional development, and combat readiness.
  • Provided daily mentorship and guidance for 135 enlisted personnel and 15 junior officers.
  • Led 29 personnel and $15 million of equipment in a continuous six week training exercise in preparation for future combat missions.
  • Managed logistical support for daily operations and training exercises to include a mobile Early Warning and control Detachment. United States Marine Corps Operational and logistical director of air traffic control, tactical air traffic control, communications, RADAR, and tactical data systems essential for controlling air and ground aviation assets during combat. Duties include managing critical communication links between air and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems.
  • Managed the operations and logistics support for two air traffic control detachments, one tactical air traffic control detachment, and four mobile air traffic control teams throughout Iraq.
  • Managed aviation operations and logistics for over 250 personnel and $50 of equipment throughout Iraq during a seven month combat deployment.
  • Collaborated with higher and adjacent agencies to ensure mission accomplishment.
  • Successfully redeployed all personnel and equipment with zero casualties and 100% fully mission capable equipment.
  • Coordinated the squadron's responsible withdrawal of personnel and equipment leading to the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Functioned as the squadron Status of Resources and Training Systems Officer, Historian, and Command Marine Corps Center for Lessons Learned Representative. United States Marine Corps Coordinate learning and professional development. Equip staff with knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out work-related tasks. Coordinate third party training as needed. Assist with ongoing, long-term improvement of employee's personal and professional skills in order to fulfill their duties and responsibilities. Assist the Operations Officer on all matters pertaining to air traffic control, tactical air traffic control, communications, RADAR, and tactical data systems.
  • Managed and improved squadron training standards for 600 personnel, ensuring 100% combat readiness.
  • Created a pre-deployment training plan for future combat deployments.
  • Assisted the Operations Officer in operational and logistical support for three air traffic control detachments, one tactical air traffic control detachment, one communications detachment, one RADAR detachment, and one tactical data systems detachment.
  • Functioned as the squadrons Medical Light and Limited Duty Coordinator, Physical Fitness Officer, Suicide Prevention Manager, and Education Officer. United States Marine Corps
  • Developed technical and tactical proficiency necessary to lead a Tactical Air Operations Center into combat.
  • Learned and developed the necessary leadership skills to be organized, detailed oriented, professional, and a motivating leader.
  • Exceeded mental, moral, physical, and academic standards to be a Marine Corps Officer.
  • Supervise the establishment and functions of aviation maintenance and repair activity.
  • Assist in directing, supervising, and coordinating the activities of aviation personnel performing aircraft maintenance duties.
  • Prepare or supervise the preparation of reports, correspondence, schedules, and rosters pertaining to an aircraft maintenance and repair activity.
  • Responsible for the inspection and quality of aviation materials. Possess detailed, working knowledge of all Navy/Marine Corps-sponsored aviation maintenance programs and processes governed by COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790 (series).
  • Instruct aviation maintenance processes and procedures to Navy/Marines Corps and foreign-national students.
  • Effectively manage the classroom in order to create an optimal learning environment, maintaining an appropriate balance of classroom discipline.
  • Plan and organize instructional materials/supply inventory/tools/equipment, update lesson plans and instruct students in competency-based developmental program curriculum using current instructional strategies appropriate to the subject matter.
  • Evaluate students on a recurrent basis to provide timely indications of student's progress toward competencies and knowledge required for successful completion of the program. United States Marine Corps California, North Carolina
  • Developed the technical and tactical proficiency to be an AV8-B Harrier aviation mechanic.
  • Developed the technical and tactical proficiency to be a basic Marine Corps Rifleman.
  • Exceeded mental, moral, physical, and academic standards to be an Enlisted Marine.
Education
Expected in 2014 to to
MBA: Global Business Management
American Military University - Charles Town, West Virginia
GPA:
MBA Global Business Management, 2014 American Military University, Charles Town, West Virginia
Expected in 2005 to to
BSc:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, Florida
GPA:
BSc Professional Aeronautics, 2005 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida
Military Experience
01/1 to 01/1
Commander Enlisted
Marine Corps notKnown Navy/Marine Corps Navy/Marines ,
EXPERIENCE: (United States Marine Corps, 08/97 to 12/14) United States Marine Corps 8th Marine Corps District, Fort Worth, Texas Advertising and Marketing Director 12/10 to 12/14 Responsible for advertising and marketing campaigns for Marine Corps Recruiting; promoting diversity, awareness, and lead generation. Oversee advertising and marketing campaigns for 8 recruiting stations, covering 10 states and 882,000 square miles. Developed and implemented an annual advertising and marketing plan that supported the district recruiting mission. Proven leadership, managing 15 advertising and marketing representatives spread across a 10 state district. Managed and employed a mobile marketing vehicle team and assets in support of recruiting stations' advertising and marketing campaigns. Responsible for the planning and execution of a $1.1 million annual advertising budget. Increased lead generation and awareness numbers that contributed to district recruiting superior achievement awards. Analyzed marketing data to ensure advertising campaigns focused on the target demographic. Provided program and project management for national recruiting advertising and marketing campaigns. United States Marine Corps Marine Air Control Squadron 2, Cherry Point, North Carolina Detachment Commander/Air Defense Control Officer 08/09 to 12/10 Manage tactical air traffic control, early warning and control, air intercept control, and multi-tactical data link interface systems essential for controlling air and ground aviation assets. Duties include managing critical communication links between air and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems. Proven leadership, managing $50 million of equipment and 150 personnel to include personal and professional development, and combat readiness. Provided daily mentorship and guidance for 135 enlisted personnel and 15 junior officers. Led 29 personnel and $15 million of equipment in a continuous six week training exercise in preparation for future combat missions. Managed logistical support for daily operations and training exercises to include a mobile Early Warning and control Detachment. United States Marine Corps Marine Air Control Squadron 2 (Forward), Al Asad, Iraq Director of Aviation Operations 01/09 to 08/09 Operational and logistical director of air traffic control, tactical air traffic control, communications, RADAR, and tactical data systems essential for controlling air and ground aviation assets during combat. Duties include managing critical communication links between air and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems. Managed the operations and logistics support for two air traffic control detachments, one tactical air traffic control detachment, and four mobile air traffic control teams throughout Iraq. Managed aviation operations and logistics for over 250 personnel and $50 of equipment throughout Iraq during a seven month combat deployment. Collaborated with higher and adjacent agencies to ensure mission accomplishment. Successfully redeployed all personnel and equipment with zero casualties and 100% fully mission capable equipment. Coordinated the squadron's responsible withdrawal of personnel and equipment leading to the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Functioned as the squadron Status of Resources and Training Systems Officer, Historian, and Command Marine Corps Center for Lessons Learned Representative. United States Marine Corps Marine Air Control Squadron 2, Cherry Point, North Carolina Training Officer/Deputy Director of Aviation Operations 05/08 to 01/09 Coordinate learning and professional development. Equip staff with knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out work-related tasks. Coordinate third party training as needed. Assist with ongoing, long-term improvement of employee's personal and professional skills in order to fulfill their duties and responsibilities. Assist the Operations Officer on all matters pertaining to air traffic control, tactical air traffic control, communications, RADAR, and tactical data systems. Managed and improved squadron training standards for 600 personnel, ensuring 100% combat readiness. Created a pre-deployment training plan for future combat deployments. Assisted the Operations Officer in operational and logistical support for three air traffic control detachments, one tactical air traffic control detachment, one communications detachment, one RADAR detachment, and one tactical data systems detachment. Functioned as the squadrons Medical Light and Limited Duty Coordinator, Physical Fitness Officer, Suicide Prevention Manager, and Education Officer. United States Marine Corps Air Defense Control Officers Course, The Basic School, Officer Candidates Course Marine Officer Student 10/06 to 05/08 Developed technical and tactical proficiency necessary to lead a Tactical Air Operations Center into combat. Learned and developed the necessary leadership skills to be organized, detailed oriented, professional, and a motivating leader. Exceeded mental, moral, physical, and academic standards to be a Marine Corps Officer. United States Marine Corps Arizona, Florida, North Carolina Aviation Maintenance Supervisor/Inspector/Instructor 07/98 to 10/06 Supervise the establishment and functions of aviation maintenance and repair activity. Assist in directing, supervising, and coordinating the activities of aviation personnel performing aircraft maintenance duties. Prepare or supervise the preparation of reports, correspondence, schedules, and rosters pertaining to an aircraft maintenance and repair activity. Responsible for the inspection and quality of aviation materials. Possess detailed, working knowledge of all Navy/Marine Corps-sponsored aviation maintenance programs and processes governed by COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790 (series). Instruct aviation maintenance processes and procedures to Navy/Marines Corps and foreign-national students. Effectively manage the classroom in order to create an optimal learning environment, maintaining an appropriate balance of classroom discipline. Plan and organize instructional materials/supply inventory/tools/equipment, update lesson plans and instruct students in competency-based developmental program curriculum using current instructional strategies appropriate to the subject matter. Evaluate students on a recurrent basis to provide timely indications of student's progress toward competencies and knowledge required for successful completion of the program. United States Marine Corps California, North Carolina AV8-B Harrier Maintenance Course, Basic Aviation Maintenance Corse, Recruit and Combat Training 08/97 to 07/98 Marine Enlisted Student Developed the technical and tactical proficiency to be an AV8-B Harrier aviation mechanic. Developed the technical and tactical proficiency to be a basic Marine Corps Rifleman. Exceeded mental, moral, physical, and academic standards to be an Enlisted Marine.
Professional Affiliations
Iraq Campaign Medal (two awards)
Skills
Aviation, Aviation Maintenance, General Aviation, Maintenance, Aircraft Maintenance, Basis, Correspondence, Inspection, Instructor, Inventory, Progress, Million, Operations, Advertising, And Marketing, Budget, Lead Generation, Marketing, Marketing Plan, Project Management, Recruiting, Training, Air Traffic Control, Emergency Response, Natural, Weapons, Leadership Skills, Deployment, Asad, Logistics, Logistics Support, Airframe, San, Storage Area Network, Business Management, Mba

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School Attended

  • American Military University
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Job Titles Held:

  • Marine Enlisted Student

Degrees

  • MBA
  • BSc

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