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Jessica
Claire
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Professional Summary
Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 13-year career in the United States Air Force in Munitions Systems Technology. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Highlights
  • 2W071, SEI 836 - 6 years
  • Proficient in Combat Ammunition System database
  • Strong verbal communicator
  • Experienced in production scheduling
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Secret Security Clearance
  • Effective team leader
  • Skilled in Excel/Adobe/SharePoint
  • Knowledgeable of quality control standards
Specialized Training
Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy , Expected in 2017 : - GPA : The Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy (SNCOA) is the third level of enlisted PME. SNCOA prepares senior NCOs to lead the enlisted force in the employment of airpower in support of US national security objectives.
Noncommissioned Officer Academy , Expected in 2015 : - GPA : The Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA) is the second level of enlisted PME and prepares technical sergeants to be professional, war-fighting Airmen who can manage and lead Air Force units in the employment of airpower.
Air Force Combat Ammunition Center , Expected in 2010 : - GPA : This Air Force-level course was developed to provide the Air Force munitions community with advanced training in mass combat ammunition planning and production techniques.  It uses a combination of in-depth classroom instruction combined with a four-day intensive practical exercise (IRON FLAG) using live munitions in a realistic, bare-base scenario.
Munitions Inspector Course , Expected in 2008 : - GPA : Munitions inspectors perform surveillance inspections of munitions to determine and identify serviceability, potential hazards and possible deterioration. This may include measuring, observing, inspecting, testing, analyzing, classifying, and recording inspection results of munitions and components.
Airman Leadership School , Expected in 2008 : - GPA : Leadership School (ALS) is the first level of the Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME) continuum and prepares senior Airmen to be professional, war-fighting Airmen who can supervise and lead Air Force work teams to support the employment of airpower.
Objective
Position as Munitions/Weapons Technician for BATTLESPACE Flight Services, LLC
Experience
United States Air Force - Production Supervisor Conventional Maintenance
City, STATE, 05/2016 - Current
Led a team of up to 40 employees. Tested, assembled and processed nonnuclear munitions and prepared them for loading onto aircraft. Trained and supervised employees to build munitions in a technically accurate manner. Responsible for Quality Control after munitions were built to ensure they were technically accurate as a last line of defense.
United States Air Force - Manager Munitions Control
City, STATE, 10/2015 - 04/2016
Led a team of 10 employees. Scheduled, monitored and relayed all munitions activities. Monitored and updated munitions operations, personnel status and equipment status in Munitions Command and Control. Updated expenditures and movements in CAS.
United States Air Force - Senior Munitions Controller
City, STATE, 10/2013 - 10/2015
Associate team lead of 9 employees. Coordinated, scheduled, directed all munitions operations. Planed, deconflict and assigned work priorities for 6 different work sections. Reconciled all munitions expenditures for multiple units including sister service and allied nation services.
United States Air Force - Shift Supervisor Conventional Maintenance
City, STATE, 04/2012 - 10/2013
Supervised and led 14 employees. Maintained, inspected, assembled and tested $46M munitions stockpile. Inspected and maintained air-to-air and air-to-ground missile systems. Supervised and trained individuals from other bases participating in realistic, 10-day air combat United States Air Force training exercise.
United States Air Force - Munitions Inspector
City, STATE, 01/2007 - 04/2012
Coordinated shipments, ensured required delivery dates by monitoring inbound/outbound status reports. Performed inspections, corrosion control, maintenance and inventoried munitions stockpile. Verified Conventional Munitions Restricted/Suspended list to ensure integrity of stockpile.

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School Attended

  • Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy
  • Noncommissioned Officer Academy
  • Air Force Combat Ammunition Center
  • Munitions Inspector Course
  • Airman Leadership School

Job Titles Held:

  • Production Supervisor Conventional Maintenance
  • Manager Munitions Control
  • Senior Munitions Controller
  • Shift Supervisor Conventional Maintenance
  • Munitions Inspector

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