Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Work History
2012 to Current
Powder Coating Technician Parker-Hannifin, Corporation Spartanburg, SC,
Confer with management or subordinates to resolve worker problems, complaints, or grievances. Enforce safety and sanitation regulations. Inspect materials, products, or equipment to detect defects or malfunctions. Confer with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments. Recommend or implement measures to motivate employees and to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, or efficiency. Conduct employee training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign employee training to experienced workers. Direct and coordinate the activities of employees engaged in the production or processing of goods, such as inspectors, machine setters, and fabricators. Read and analyze charts, work orders, production schedules, and other records and reports to determine production requirements and to evaluate current production estimates and outputs. Plan and establish work schedules, assignments, and production sequences to meet production goals. Keep records of employees' attendance and hours worked. Requisition materials, supplies, equipment parts, or repair services. Observe work and monitor gauges, dials, and other indicators to ensure that operators conform to production or processing standards. Interpret specifications, blueprints, job orders, and company operating procedures.
2008 to 08/2011
Scout Reconnaissance Section Leader United States Marine Corps City, STATE,

Directly responsible for the lives, training, morale, and welfare of 14 Marines.
Successfully completed over 140 combat missions, while deployed to central Iraq in 2008.
I was responsible for 2 million dollars worth of equipment and arms. 
Responsible for providing the amphibious, long range, small unit, ground reconnaissance and raid skills to support the Marine Air Ground Task.
In addition to basic infantry skills, I possess highly refined scouting and patrolling skills. 
Possess advanced proficiency in scout swimming, small boat operations, close combat skills, airborne, surface and sub-surface insertion and extraction techniques, assault climbing, demolitions, forward observer procedures for supporting arms, initial terminal guidance operations for heliborne assaults, airborne insertion operations, and various waterborne operations.
Specialized in communications, photography, threat weapons and equipment recognition, and various types of point, area, and related necessary overlap of ground amphibious reconnaissance operations. 
Possess advanced skills in assault weaponry, breaching demolitions, close quarter battle skills and raid techniques. 

03/2007 to 11/2007
Infantry- Team Leader ,Gunner United States Marine Corps City, STATE,
Leadership Infantry team leaders are fighting soldiers who lead by example. Instead of commanding from the comfort of their offices or command centers, they instill a "do as I do" culture among their soldiers. Within the framework of their mission and the instructions of their squad leader, team leaders must make on-the-spot decisions on how to organize and deploy their team members. They must also be ready to take on the role of squad leader, if necessary. They are indispensable members of an infantry battalion line of command, particularly during offensive and defensive operations when the fluid conditions on the battlefield determine how units must operate. Communication One of the most important jobs of a team leader is to direct the actions and movements of the team's members and coordinate them with the other team members in the squad and with the battalion as a whole. This requires sharp communication skills under physically-, emotionally- and psychologically-challenging circumstances. Team leaders need to be proficient in the use of army-issue telecommunications gear to communicate with superiors. They also must be able to communicate with team members by using arm-and-hand signals when oral orders are not an option. Tactical Support Team leaders are responsible for the tactical movements of their team. They must be able to ensure team members are properly located, provide the correct distribution and volume of fire, and follow strict fire discipline. Team leaders need to be familiar with the special capabilities and skills of each team member and how to use them most effectively on the battlefield. For instance, the team's rifleman can offer accurate and lethal fire for point targets, while the automatic rifleman can offer intense and sustained suppressive fire on area targets. Equipment, Accountability and Discipline An infantry team leader is accountable for the soldiers and equipment assigned to the team. This includes enforcing discipline with subordinates and ensuring the members of his unit abide to military standards in all areas. It also involves establishing a suitable maintenance schedule of team equipment. For example, a Light Infantry Company team leader is personally accountable for any equipment with a value in excess of $30,000 listed on the team's modification table of organization and equipment, also known as the MTO&E.
Expected in Current
: Psychology
Wayne State University - Dertoit, Michigan

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