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

My military career started as an infantryman in the Army in 2004. Through a rigorous selection process, I earned a spot in the Battalion Sniper Section. After Completing US Army Sniper School at FT. Benning, I deployed as a Sniper to Baghdad Iraq in 2005. I earned the rank of Sergeant at the end of my deployment. Upon returning from Iraq after a yearlong deployment, I had become the section Sergeant for the Sniper section. I oversaw eight soldiers, their training and over $1,000,000 of equipment and sensitive items. I was then Department of the Army selected as a Recruiter. DA selection is used when selecting Drill Instructors and Recruiters. The Army selects the top ten percent (performance based) to represent the Army. After Recruiter School I was stationed in rural Kansas in a city very much like Purcell. Being a Recruiter is a multifaceted position it is not just about putting people in the Army. It is more like being a liaison between the community and the Army. As a Recruiter I worked within the community with different groups, city leaders and the schools developing programs and organizing community events. I even attended the local college, Cowley County Community College, where I earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree. After my time in the Army I wanted to move back home and pursue a career in law enforcement. I got hired at Purcell PD July of 2014. While at Purcell PD I have excelled at every task that has been put before me. I was a K9 handler for two years and during that time was responsible for nearly 150 narcotics based arrests and numerous other felony arrests that derived from myself and my K9 partner. I attended Basic Instructor School and graduated in July of 2017. I got promoted to the rank of Corporal in April of 2018 and in November of 2018 I received my Intermediate CLEET license. I am currently leading my shift by instruction and example, using my Army values and leadership skills to help my Officers succeed. I also have the privilege of being a Field Training Officer. During my time as an FTO I have trained numerous Officers at all different phases of training. Being an FTO is critical for the development of a Department for legal reasons and for quality of service Officers provide to the public. Most of my adult life has been dedicated to serving and most of that time has been in a leadership position. I have the knowledge, leadership skills, and willingness to learn. I am motivated and ready to apply my leadership skills and abilities that I have gained from both the Army and the Purcell Police Department to the next level of leadership.

  • Staff Supervision
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Weapons training
  • Evidence collection
  • Court testimony
  • Warrant procedures
  • Public relations understanding
  • Vehicle inspections
  • Exposure techniques
  • Reporting and documentation
Work History
09/2004 to 02/2011 Patrol Corporal Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. | West Sacramento, CA,
  • Patrolled the City of Purcell to preserve law and order, deter and detect criminal activity, enforce laws and regulations, respond to citizen requests for assistance and provide public safety.
  • Performed rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters, including directing traffic, administering emergency medical aid and carrying people from dangerous areas.
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with city staff leaders, outside organizations and general public to provide optimal service and protection.
  • Supervised and led employees to high performance levels, and continue to mentor younger Officers.
  • Responsible for supervising three Officers on evening shift. Which also entails reviewing and approving their reports.
  • As a K9 handler I carried out inspections of vehicles and personnel. Tracked suspects, Managed regular training and imparted health maintenance care. Maintained certification of K-9.
  • Trained and mentored several new Officers as an FTO, Covered every facet of the job either in practical exercise or real field experience.
  • Received my intermediate CLEET certification in November 2018.
  • Earned my Basic Instructor Certification in August 2017.
02/2011 to 06/2014 Machinist Flanco Gasket | City, STATE,
  • Ensured proper use of materials and equipment to cut overall spending.
  • Completed over one hundred on time and under budget projects and maintained all equipment and tools, including wire EDM and Surface Grinders.
  • Operated and maintained up to four different mill and lathe machines to fabricate oil-field products and prototypes.
  • Assessed equipment after each production run, performing preventive maintenance to keep machines running smoothly.
  • Calibrated machines to maintain required productivity levels and adherence to quality standards.
  • Consistently exceeded work expectations by utilizing welding techniques, engineering requirements and metallurgy knowledge.
  • Closely monitored equipment to detect and report malfunctions and prevent accidents.
  • Studied daily blueprints, work instruction, sketches, drawings and manuals to determine dimensions and tolerances accurately.
  • Adhered to all safety protocols and safe work practices to reduce likelihood of injury.
07/2014 to Current Infantry Squad Leader US Army | City, STATE,
  • Produced reports on equipment status, incidences, personnel readiness and intelligence for superiors on mission to mission basis.
  • Executed reasoned and efficient decision-making to foster troop discipline and unity.
  • Maintained current in-depth knowledge of team member strengths and weaknesses to most effectively plan battle strategy.
  • Assessed battlefield conditions such as terrain and enemy fire effectiveness to organize and deploy team members effectively.
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Supervised and led squad of eight soldiers, setting high standard of efficiency, loyalty and integrity.
  • Supervised more than $1,000,000 in high-value equipment, maintaining zero loss record over two years.
  • Graduated US Army Sniper School September 2005 and served as a Battalion Sniper in Baghdad Iraq 2005-2006.
  • US Army Recruiter 2007-2011. Building relations between the community and Army by organizing and conducting community functions and working with community leaders.
Expected in 07/2009 Associate of Science | Machine Shop Technology Cowley County Community College , Arkansas City, KS GPA:
Expected in 05/2003 High School Diploma | Wayne High School, Wayne, OK GPA:

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