Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Compassionate and devoted worker in the fields of Psychology and Criminal Justice. Experienced with sensitive situations both thClaire working with domestic violence victims at the District Attorney's Office as well as patient interaction at Peak View Behavioral Health. Worked with various populations ranging from children to geriatric in Peak View, displaying a strong work ethic and empathetic views towards patients and patient welfare. Trusted to complete tasks to ensure the safety of visitors and staff in a hospital as part of G4S Security. Knowledge in human research working with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs at the Trauma Health and Hazards Center as a Research Assistance. Trusted to recruit volunteers as well as conduct research with volunteers pertaining towards TBI and PTSD research. Displayed active involvement with projects and teams, with strong interpersonal skills while also being able to work independently. Strong dedication to following tasks thClaire to completion ensuring quality of the project. Ability to establish priorities to work on and meet challenges head-on.

  • Organized and detailed
  • Personable and approachable
  • Culturally-sensitive
  • Verbal communication skills
  • Reliable in groups and personally
  • Quick learner
  • Microsoft Office proficiency
  • Certified to conduct human research by IRB standards
Work History
04/2019 to 04/2020 Mental Health Technician The Mentor Network | Carbondale, IL,
  • Supervised care for up to 20-24 mental health patients at a single time on a unit
  • Assisted and completed group therapies independently or with other staff
  • Monitored and assisted various groups of patients ranging from children aged 7-18 to adults 18+ as well as geriatric populations
  • Filed and maintained patient paperwork to later go into patient records
  • Performed scheduled patient safety checks and documented results to establish patients' well-being
  • Applied de-escalation and limit-setting techniques to promote patient cooperation
  • Accompanied new patients to unit and recorded vital signs to establish baseline record upon facility arrival
01/2019 to 03/2019 Uniformed Security Officer Dk Security | Niles, MI,
  • Responded to calls in both routine and emergency situations, and maintained an accurate log of all incidents and inquires
  • Applied effective communication and interpersonal skills when interacting with all levels of personnel and the general public to provide clear instructions or information
  • Conducted Patient Watches on patients that were deemed at risk or a danger to themselves/others, to ensure their safety along with the safety of staff and other patients
  • Triaged problems quickly, providing precise and clear information while working under minimum supervision
  • Guided periodic property safety inspections and oversaw remedial action to identified potential hazards
05/2018 to 02/2019 Psychology Research Assistant Trauma Health And Hazards Center, UCCS | City, STATE,
  • Recruits and screens potential participants for trauma studies and administers psychological tests and demographic surveys
  • Planned, modified, and executed research techniques, procedures and tests
  • Worked with principal investigators to coordinate recruitment and research for the trauma treatment program EASE a web based trauma intervention program that looks at the relationship between coping self-efficacy and physiological responses
  • Documented procedures and results with a high degree of accuracy and precision
  • Ran lab participants following procedures and maintaining their confidentiality thClaireout the study
05/2018 to 11/2018 Volunteer Victim Advocate 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office | City, STATE,
  • Assisted Victims of Domestic Violence thClaire the initial court processes, thClaire interpersonal/telecommunication
  • Educated Victims on wellness services that are offered to them and guided them in the process
  • Complied paperwork and information about cases and translated them to Victims and superiors in the work place
  • Completed paperwork regarding Victim's wishes about the case going forward, communicated this information further to fellow court workers
  • Conveyed empathy for Victims and provided them with support in the courtroom as well as further resources to maintain a safe constructive environment
Expected in Bachelor of Arts | Psychology and Criminal Justice University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO GPA:
  • Participated in Research Projects that included using skills such as data management and analysis, articulating ideas, teamwork, and outside research
  • Student President of N.A.S.A, Responsible for connecting students and staff with events and information pertaining to the Native American community in and around UCCS
Expected in 05/2015 High School Diploma | Fountain-Fort Carson High School, Fountain, CO GPA:

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