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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Executive Profile
Mission focused Marine skilled in evaluating the strengths and weakness of those around him in order to maximize results and improve shortfalls. Motivated individual able to relate to people and generate an unparalleled level of commitment from each individual and the team.
Skill Highlights
  • Adept Problem Solver
  • Leadership
  • Self-motivated
  • Risk Management
  • Organizational Skills
  • Communication Skills
Core Accomplishments
  • U.S. Naval Academy Foundation - Coach of the Year for 2009-2010 school year
  • Joint Meritorious Commendation for performance at Special Operations Command
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for performance as Operations Officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore from 2000-2003
  • Head Coach, Navy Sprint Football / Leadership Instructor 07/2007 to 06/2010 - Responsible for all aspects of the Naval Academy Sprint Football team, which competes as a member of the Collegiate Sprint Football League. Duties included, but were not limited to - on field coaching, game planning and preparation, academic success, recruiting, budget compliance, and representing the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Marine Corps in the community. Earned Coach of the Year Honor during 09-10 School Year and three undefeated seasons
  • Company Commander / Battalion Executive Officer 05/2004 to 06/2007 - Responsible for the accomplishment of numerous combat missions in 3 different countries and the well being of up to 950 Marines and Sailors. Earned a commendation with valor for actions during combat and the job of Battalion Executive Officer much sooner than is typical
  • Self-motivated Exceptionally organized Natural leader Upper-level management training NCAA compliance test qualified Excellent team-builder Fund raising support Strong attention to detail Strategic planning Top Secret Clearance
  • Head Coach, U.S. Naval Academy Sprint Football U.S. Naval Academy Foundation - Coach of the Year for 2009-2010 school year. 3 Collegiate Sprint Football League Championships during tenure as Head Coach at the U.S. Naval Academy while guiding the team to three consecutive undefeated seasons. Coached (2) Collegiate Sprint Football League Most Valuable Players and (3) U.S.N.A Hall of Fame inductees. U.S Marine Corps Officer Joint Meritorious Commendation for performance at Special Operations Command Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for performance as Operations Officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore from 2000-2003 Numerous Military Awards for exceptional service during career including medals for valor in combat. Started and Coached a Regimental Football Team (full pads) under NCAA Football rules in addition to running all aspects of the off field requirements. Earned a 6-2 record before losing in the playoffs
Professional Experience
Platoon Commander / Company Executive Officer / Student, 01/1 to 01/1
U.S. MARINE CORPSCity, STATE,
Managed the training requirements of over 25 units preparing to deploy to various locations around the world. Each unit masters a group of common skills as well as the unique aspects of their respective missions. All day to day message traffic associated with training is filtered processed and disseminated through my office resulting in the efficient training of over 30,000 Marines and Sailors. Acted as the second in Command for a unit of over 1500 Marines and Sailors. This duty encompassed all things pertaining the well-being of the personnel and the accomplishment of a wide range of tasks including deployments, Administrative correspondence, investigations, maintenance and many others. We earned excellent marks on all inspections and successfully supported 5 different deployments to Afghanistan with small scale detachments necessary to war effort. SPECIAL OPERATIONS CENTRAL COMMAND Responsible for the accomplishment of numerous combat missions in 3 different countries and the well being of up to 950 Marines and Sailors. Earned a commendation with valor for actions during combat and the job of Battalion Executive Officer much sooner than is typical. Attended resident Professional Military Education course in Quantico, VA and graduated early in order to take a Company of Marines into Iraq. Responsible for the accomplishment of all tasked shipping and contracting for enlisted recruiting in 4 states and the District of Columbia. In order to maximize efficiency, developed a computer program to track the most effective method of recruiting for each recruiter and his assigned area leading to sustained success for the station. The program was later improved upon and is now used throughout the Marine Corps. - Responsible for ensuring every applicant was compliant with standards prior to contracting or shipping resulting in a less than 10% drop ratio at Recruit Depot. Responsible for the assault element of a Raid (Boat) Company in the Pacific during a deployment to Okinawa and the well-being of over 45 Marines and Sailors. Follow on assignments in the same unit included being the Platoon Commander the Heavy Machine Guns platoon involving 14 truck mounted machine guns employed in support of dismounted infantry as well as the Executive Officer for the same Raid Company responsible for the development of all training plans and external coordination. Prior to checking into my unit, I was a student at "The Basic School". During "TBS", I earned my first choice in the infantry occupational specialty and then attended the Infantry Officer's Course or "IOC".
Special Operations Coordinator / Senior Watch Officer, 11/2011 to 01/2013
REGIONAL COMMAND SOUTHWESTCity, STATE,
Responsible for coordinating the efforts of 7 seven different task forces from 5 different nations resulting in the accomplishment of the Commander's Intent. -Responsible for processing information from numerous sources in order to create a clear picture of the battle field for the Commander allowing timely decision making and preventive actions to be taken.
Head Coach, Navy Sprint Football / Leadership Instructor, 01/1 to 01/1
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMYCity, STATE,
Planned and assembled training and logistics packets for deployments and redeployments. - Budgeted and allocated over $50M for sustainment services and supplies. Responsible for all aspects of the Naval Academy Sprint Football team, which competes as a member of the Collegiate Sprint Football League. Duties included, but were not limited to - on field coaching, game planning and preparation, academic success, recruiting, budget compliance, and representing the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Marine Corps in the community. Earned Coach of the Year Honor during 09-10 School Year and three undefeated seasons.
Education
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: OCEANOGRAPHY, Expected in 1996 to U.S. Naval Academy - Annapolis, MD
GPA:
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: OCEANOGRAPHY 1996 U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, United States - Graduated on Commandant's List for Academic Achievement.
: , Expected in 2003 to Expeditionary Warfare School - ,
GPA:
Expeditionary Warfare School 2003
Military Experience
MAJOR Commander Company Commander
01/1 to 01/1
USMC Marine Corps Navy Marines ,
MAJOR Jessica "JAKE" Claire, USMC 8916 S. Cobble Crest Ln Sandy UT Home: (555) 432-1000 Cell: resumesample@example.com SUMMARY Mission focused Marine skilled in evaluating the strengths and weakness of those around him in order to maximize results and improve shortfalls. Motivated individual able to relate to people and generate an unparalleled level of commitment from each individual and the team. HIGHLIGHTS Self-motivated Exceptionally organized Natural leader Upper-level management training NCAA compliance test qualified Excellent team-builder Fund raising support Strong attention to detail Strategic planning Top Secret Clearance ACCOMPLISHMENTS Head Coach, U.S. Naval Academy Sprint Football U.S. Naval Academy Foundation - Coach of the Year for 2009-2010 school year. 3 Collegiate Sprint Football League Championships during tenure as Head Coach at the U.S. Naval Academy while guiding the team to three consecutive undefeated seasons. Coached (2) Collegiate Sprint Football League Most Valuable Players and (3) U.S.N.A Hall of Fame inductees. U.S Marine Corps Officer Joint Meritorious Commendation for performance at Special Operations Command Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for performance as Operations Officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore from 2000-2003 Numerous Military Awards for exceptional service during career including medals for valor in combat. Started and Coached a Regimental Football Team (full pads) under NCAA Football rules in addition to running all aspects of the off field requirements. Earned a 6-2 record before losing in the playoffs. EXPERIENCE U.S. MARINE CORPS Camp Pendleton, CA Assistant Training Officer, 1st Marine Division 01/2013 to 07/2013 Managed the training requirements of over 25 units preparing to deploy to various locations around the world. Each unit masters a group of common skills as well as the unique aspects of their respective missions. All day to day message traffic associated with training is filtered processed and disseminated through my office resulting in the efficient training of over 30,000 Marines and Sailors. REGIONAL COMMAND SOUTHWEST Camp Pendleton, CA Special Operations Coordinator / Senior Watch Officer 11/2011 to 01/2013 -Responsible for coordinating the efforts of 7 seven different task forces from 5 different nations resulting in the accomplishment of the Commander's Intent. -Responsible for processing information from numerous sources in order to create a clear picture of the battle field for the Commander allowing timely decision making and preventive actions to be taken. U.S. MARINE CORPS Camp Pendleton, CA Executive Officer, HQBN Battalion 04/2011 to 11/2011 - Acted as the second in Command for a unit of over 1500 Marines and Sailors. This duty encompassed all things pertaining the well-being of the personnel and the accomplishment of a wide range of tasks including deployments, Administrative correspondence, investigations, maintenance and many others. We earned excellent marks on all inspections and successfully supported 5 different deployments to Afghanistan with small scale detachments necessary to war effort. SPECIAL OPERATIONS CENTRAL COMMAND Tampa, FL Deputy Team Chief 07/2010 to 04/2011 - Planned and assembled training and logistics packets for deployments and redeployments. - Budgeted and allocated over $50M for sustainment services and supplies. U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY Annapolis, MD Head Coach, Navy Sprint Football / Leadership Instructor 07/2007 to 06/2010 - Responsible for all aspects of the Naval Academy Sprint Football team, which competes as a member of the Collegiate Sprint Football League. Duties included, but were not limited to - on field coaching, game planning and preparation, academic success, recruiting, budget compliance, and representing the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Marine Corps in the community. Earned Coach of the Year Honor during 09-10 School Year and three undefeated seasons. U.S. MARINE CORPS Camp Lejeune, NC Company Commander / Battalion Executive Officer 05/2004 to 06/2007 - Responsible for the accomplishment of numerous combat missions in 3 different countries and the well being of up to 950 Marines and Sailors. Earned a commendation with valor for actions during combat and the job of Battalion Executive Officer much sooner than is typical. U.S. MARINE CORPS Quantico, VA Student - Expeditionary Warfare School 07/2003 to 05/2004 Attended resident Professional Military Education course in Quantico, VA and graduated early in order to take a Company of Marines into Iraq. U.S. MARINE CORPS Baltimore, MD Operations Officer, Marine Corps Recruiting Station 02/2000 to 07/2003 - Responsible for the accomplishment of all tasked shipping and contracting for enlisted recruiting in 4 states and the District of Columbia. In order to maximize efficiency, developed a computer program to track the most effective method of recruiting for each recruiter and his assigned area leading to sustained success for the station. The program was later improved upon and is now used throughout the Marine Corps. - Responsible for ensuring every applicant was compliant with standards prior to contracting or shipping resulting in a less than 10% drop ratio at Recruit Depot. U.S. MARINE CORPS Camp Pendleton, CA Platoon Commander / Company Executive Officer / Student 06/1996 to 01/2000 - Responsible for the assault element of a Raid (Boat) Company in the Pacific during a deployment to Okinawa and the well-being of over 45 Marines and Sailors. Follow on assignments in the same unit included being the Platoon Commander the Heavy Machine Guns platoon involving 14 truck mounted machine guns employed in support of dismounted infantry as well as the Executive Officer for the same Raid Company responsible for the development of all training plans and external coordination. Prior to checking into my unit, I was a student at "The Basic School". During "TBS", I earned my first choice in the infantry occupational specialty and then attended the Infantry Officer's Course or "IOC".
Professional Affiliations
U.S. Naval Academy Foundation - Coach of the Year for 2009-2010 school year
Skills
Recruiting, Operations, Training, Deployment, Raid, Recruiter, Shipping, Budget, Coaching, Instructor, Logistics, Correspondence, Inspections, Maintenance, Natural, Pads, Strategic Planning

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • U.S. Naval Academy
  • Expeditionary Warfare School

Job Titles Held:

  • Platoon Commander / Company Executive Officer / Student
  • Special Operations Coordinator / Senior Watch Officer
  • Head Coach, Navy Sprint Football / Leadership Instructor

Degrees

  • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

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