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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

I thrive in an environment where I can be told what to do, carry the work out, and then for someone to tell me either what I did that worked well or what I did that did not work well. I need to be encouraged to do better and not be downgraded by my superiors because this will affect my work ethic. It will cause me to not function correctly as a good and reliable employee. I have had past instances where this has unfortunately occurred. But I will give my all when I work and nothing less than that because I take pride in what I do, no matter what it is, and I am very teachable and do not believe I know everything. When I do have questions, there are times when I struggle with asking them, and try to figure it out on my own before taking them to someone else (which has been more of a fault than not). I want to brighten other people's days when mine may not be the brightest and I try my hardest to be a genuine person, even if that may be a hard truth (I'm getting better at also being on the receiving end of that). I want to thrive and not just survive, and I hope to help others to do the same as well!

Skills
  • Invoice Processing
  • Daily Receipts Documentation
  • Decision Making
  • Customer Relations
  • Vendor Relations
  • Clear Communication
  • Information Verification
  • Material Handling and Moving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Email and Phone Communication
  • Attention to Detail
  • Work Planning and Prioritization
  • Positive Attitude (as much as possible)
Experience
Parts Coordinator, 08/2021 to Current
FedexTonawanda, NY,
  • At Caliber Collision, I check in parts when they arrive at the shop (making sure they are correct, not damaged, and/or painted), post the information on the invoices that the driver's drop off with the parts into the computer, and give the parts to the body techs to repair the vehicles. If there is an issue with a part, I am also in charge of: returning said part, writing up a return sheet, handling returns with the driver's (receiving signatures so that when the part returns to the manufacturer they know how much to give back, what invoice it goes to and most importantly which shop it belongs to), and then receiving the credit. I manage a phone line for: when vendors need to check on ordered parts (making sure the VIN number matches the parts ordered, the correct side is ordered, the correct color has been ordered, etc.), when vendors update me on ETA's for parts that have been extended, or the parts are on a backorder or unavailable. If a part has been pre-ordered (before a customer has dropped off their vehicle), I am also in charge of notifying the estimator and/or the Customer Service Representative so they can contact the customer and schedule them to drop off their vehicle and begin their repairs. If a part has a core charge on the invoice (meaning an OEM-factory-part is to return to the manufacturer so aftermarket vendors are unable to replicate their parts at a cheaper price), I am also in charge of retrieving the old, wrecked part, keeping the OEM box/sticker, and returning it for a core credit to the manufacturer. This is difficult at times and much simpler to explain when shown instead of explained! I have learned people/communication skills, organization, problem-solving, diligence, how to perform well under stress/pressure (which I have not done well at in the past), and how to ask for help when it is needed and I feel overwhelmed. I know more about my limitations, but more importantly I've grown to know more of what I can do rather than what I can't!
Cashier, 03/2021 to 08/2021
Compass Group Usa IncCosta Mesa, CA,
  • At Dollar General, I was a cashier, stocker, and team helper for when any customer needed assistance. When a truck came in I would help to unload and restock selves, and remained aware of when customers needed assistance for locating products or needing to check out at the register. I would normally close, since I was part time (I was also completing my Bachelor's degree as I was working), I was only allowed a maximum of 20-30 hours a week. When closing, I was in charge of wiping down the registers, freezer doors and handles, main doors and handles, re-facing (turning the products on the shelves so the labels were toward the front and looked presentable, making sure where there were shortages so we knew what to order, and again restocking anything that was low), sweeping, mopping, locking the door at closing time, and also counting my drawer with the manager for that night. With this job I learned how to work with people a lot more than my current job, and I learned so much. There were a few times when customers would present a difficult situation and we had to respond in a decent manner or there could have been repercussions. There were a few times when customers were banned because video footage caught them stealing. One ended up breaking into the store trying to steal from the register. I learned what not to do, and what to do, in these types of situations; and the majority of the time, being a good human to other humans usually does the trick!
Crew Member, 05/2017 to 11/2017
Npc InternationalFort Lee, VA,
  • At Papa Murphy's, I made pizzas, took orders over the phone, operated the register, worked the pick-up window, made prep materials, washed dishes, cleaned the bathroom, broke down the line with the left-over food, and conversed with customers while making their food. This experience in the work force showed me how real people can be (more from a coworker point of view) and I did not enjoy it as much as my other two jobs. That is why I did not stay for very long.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: Christian Ministries, Expected in 05/2022 to Anderson University - Anderson, IN
GPA:
  • 2021 - Dean's List
  • Participated in Creative Writing, 2021

-The Creative Writing course was an amazing time for me, and the best time was when the class and I decided to do a special send-off for the professor. He was going to go on a missionary journey and I had the privilege to create a painting. I wrote an explanation to it and dedicated it to him. It was for him to have to commemorate his years of teaching. It was quite emotional and so rewarding to see his reaction. He was not expecting that from the students at all, and you could tell it impacted him tremendously. He was one of my favorite professors, and we were all sad to see him go, but excited for him at the same time.

Associate’s degree: Liberal Arts, Expected in 05/2019 to Ivy Tech Community - ,
GPA:

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School Attended

  • Anderson University
  • Ivy Tech Community

Job Titles Held:

  • Parts Coordinator
  • Cashier
  • Crew Member

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate’s degree

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