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Jessica
Claire
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Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Objective

Searching for the opportunity to work as Marine Mammal Trainer by securing a position with growing firm.

    Summary
    • Profound knowledge about mammals
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Strong ability to work independently
    Education
    Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Myers, FL Expected in 2017 Bachelor of Science : Marine Biology - GPA :

    After that I attended the Dolphin Research Center in Key Largo, Fl where they opened a short term college, specifically made for the training and caring of marine mammals.

    Experience
    National Aquarium - Marine Mammal Trainer
    Baltimore, MD, 01/2010 - Current
    • Prepared specific diets for marine mammals.
    • Assured that animals were healthy.
    • Recorded behavioral changes, issue with health in marine mammals.
    • Supervised ill animals during their treatment.
    • Cleaned and maintained living area of marine mammals.
    • Assisted veterinarians in treatment of caged marine mammals.
    Affiliations

    Dolphin Research Center 2017- Present

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    School Attended

    • Florida Gulf Coast University

    Job Titles Held:

    • Marine Mammal Trainer

    Degrees

    • Bachelor of Science

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