Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Information Specialist experienced in managing data for employers and clients and distributing information across organization. Analyzes data, supports security, organizes and classifies, maintains records and contributes to team efforts. Expertise in information technology, technical understanding, documentation, reporting, customer service and process improvement. Highly skilled in evidence gathering ,legal document analysis, making sound judgments about personnel, risks and field operations. Active secret clearance; Top Secret/SCI eligible.

  • Legal document reviewing
  • Compliance Analysis
  • Strong Critical Thinking Capabilities
  • Threat Detection
  • Quality Assurance Controls
  • Secret Security Clearance
  • Managing Records
  • National security understanding
  • Information gathering
  • Security awareness
Work History
Paralegal/Legal Assistant, 09/2020 to Current
Alvarez & MarsalBirmingham, AL,

Military Justice Information Specialist (December 2020-Present)

  • Supporting the Military Justice Information Division (Code 41), Office of the Judge Advocate General (OJAG) responsible for the collection, reporting, and public release of Navy and Marine Corps military justice information according to various statutes.
  • Prioritizing and making determinations regarding Navy and Marine
    Corps court-martial records for public release. Finalizing products to
    be released under Article 140a, UCMJ by conducting a technical,
    word-by-word review, and analyzing court-martial records, and
    making independent decisions as to what information should be
    properly withheld under FOIA and PA exemptions, and specific
    regulations governing the release of court-martial records.
  • Reporting on all court-martial records received for review. Preparing
    and maintaining accurate tracking and monitoring of court-martial
    records. Meeting all military justice information reporting requirements
    per statutes and regulations.
  • Accomplish detailed research, analysis, and evaluation of court-martial records for release under Article 140a, UCMJ. Requiring
    independent judgments on the application of statutory exceptions as
    well as questions implementing the Department of Defense (DoD) and
    Department of Navy (DON) military justice information release regulations.
  • Monitor, analyze, and evaluate program status. Ensuring timely and
    accurate processing of all court-martial records. Developing and
    maintaining metrics to depict the performance of the program.

Paralegal/Legal Assistant (September 2020-December 2020)

  • Supported the Office of the Judge Advocate General (OJAG) and the Naval Legal Service Command (CNLSC) by assisting in the search of courts-martial records dating back to 1998 and legal records, both electronic and paper, for incidents that must be reported to the FBI as required by the Gun Control Act.
  • Cases referred to a general-court martial for a crime punishable by more than one-year confinement; been found incompetent to stand trial or found not guilty by reason of lack of mental responsibility; convicted of a crime of domestic violence; been discharged from the naval service with a Dishonorable Discharge, or a Dismissal (in cases involving officers.
  • Formatted crime reporting information, as required, for reporting to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) as dictated by the Code 40 operating procedures.
  • Accurately populated spreadsheets, databases, Share Point, Navy Case Management Tracking Information System (CMTIS), and Marine Corps Case Management System (CMS) with the reportable information.
  • Collected, organized, reviewed and provided information on both oral and written format keeping up with policy and basic office, and
    automation procedures.
Legal Analyst Paralegal, 03/2020 to 09/2020
Inter-American Development BankWashington, DC,
  • Supports the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Asset Forfeiture program to perform legal research, summarize disposition transcripts and compile indices and trial material.
  • Discretely handle confidential material and sensitive information so one may distribute and receive documents related to cases dealing with asset forfeiture.
  • In the course of identifying all possible sources of information; correlating collected information and data to substantiate or refute information presently on hand.
  • Analyzed deeds of trust to verify grantor, grantee, trustee and loan amounts for executive leadership.
  • Contributed to, maintained and updated online data repositories for accessibility and to reflect IRS standards.
  • Performed administrative tasks, including revising and finalizing letters, briefs and memos.
  • Balanced multiple packages and prioritized those with highest potential value to company.
Data Entry Operator II -Visa Processing Specialist, 07/2019 to 10/2019
ASRC Federal Holding CompanyCity, STATE,
  • Supported the Department of State (DOS) Visa Support Services (VSS) project by entering data from immigration petitions into the Pre-IVO Technology (PIVOT) application with accuracy.
  • Prepared source data for entry by compiling and organizing incomplete and unclear data.
  • Verified VISA application data from paper or electronic documents into the DOS systems.
  • Verified accuracy of data before transcribing.
  • Evaluated source documents to locate information needed for each data entry field.
  • Identified data entry errors and reported to necessary departments.
  • Forwarded documents requiring legal review to the fraud department to obtain instructions for subsequent document resolution.
Automated Logistical Specialist, 04/2018 to Current
United States Army ReserveCity, STATE,
  • Supervising and performing management or warehouse functions in order to maintain equipment records and parts.
  • Raise the quality and accuracy of performance, cost, and parts data through improved maintenance management.
  • Simplify and standardize the collection and use of maintenance data.
  • Completed work orders and recorded supply readiness. Created and disbursed dispatch schedules to executive leaders and stakeholders.
  • Established operations procedures and complied with military policies.
  • Printed tickets, picked supplies and filled packages under tight deadlines.
  • Organized material distribution and transportation logistics in accordance with executive direction.
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice And English (Literature), Expected in 05/2018
Virginia Wesleyan University - Virginia Beach, VA,
  • USSOCOM Counterintelligence Awareness Course
  • Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting Course for DoD
  • Level 1 Intelligence Analyst Certification

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