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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 9XXX5 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary
Seeking a position in management. Being a former supervisor while serving the United States Marine Corp and Baltimore police department, I believe I possess those skills necessary to supervise subordinates. I also have education in the field of business management.
Highlights
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Experience
12/2014 to Current Professional Company Driver/Salesman Allied Universal Security | Easton, PA,
  • 21046 Beginning Salary: $19.40 hourly (443) 367- 9472 Duties:
  • Inspects tractor and trailers before and after trips and submits report indicating truck condition and necessary repairs needed.
  • Reads bill of lading to determine assignment(s) and plan scheduled deliveries.
  • Fastens chain or binders to secure load on trailer during transit.
  • Loads or unloads, or assists in loading and unloading truck. Works as member of two-person team driving tractor with sleeper bunk behind cab.
  • Services truck with oil, fuel, and radiator fluid to maintain tractor-trailer.
  • Coupling and uncoupling combination tractor and trailer vehicles at the 5th wheel, raising and lowering the trailers landing gear, connecting emergency and service brake lines, connecting the electrical connection while ensuring all components are working correctly.
  • Safely driving combination class A vehicles.
  • Sales of Pepsi Cola Products.
  • Deliver Pepsi products to every location that sells Pepsi in a geographical location.
  • Merchandise and stock store shelves with Pepsi products.
  • Use automated hand held computer for customers making payments and keeping track of my daily activities.
08/2014 to 10/2014 Professional Company Driver D.M. Bowman Inc | City, STATE,
  • 21795 Beginning Salary: $400 weekly (301) 223-6900 - May contact-Human resources Ending Salary: $400 weekly Duties:
  • Inspects tractor and trailers before and after trips and submits report indicating truck condition and necessary repairs needed.
  • Reads bill of lading to determine assignment(s) and plan scheduled deliveries.
  • Fastens chain or binders to secure load on trailer during transit.
  • Loads or unloads, or assists in loading and unloading truck. Works as member of two-person team driving tractor with sleeper bunk behind cab.
  • Services truck with oil, fuel, and radiator fluid to maintain tractor-trailer.
  • Coupling and uncoupling combination tractor and trailer vehicles at the 5th wheel, raising and lowering the trailers landing gear, connecting emergency and service brake lines, connecting the electrical connection while ensuring all components are working correctly.
  • Safely driving combination class A vehicles.
10/2013 to 10/2013 Campus Patrol Officer Maryland College Institute Of Art | City, STATE,
  • 21217 Beginning Salary: $15.91 hr. (XXX) 669-9200- May contact-Human resources Ending Salary: $15.91 hr. Duties:
  • Campus patrol officers promote lawful behavior and protect the welfare of students, faculty and staff as a uniformed presence on campus.
  • Campus patrol officers performs foot and vehicle patrols of a college or university campus to monitor behavior, secure buildings and property, investigate disturbances, maintain order during events and enforce regulations.
  • Campus patrol officer monitor the physical safety of campus buildings by locking and unlocking doors, patrolling or monitoring using surveillance systems, and reporting suspicious behavior. Many are also tasked with enforcing traffic and parking regulations, ticketing offenders when necessary.
  • Campus patrol officer radio communication with other safety personnel and officers on campus, helping to coordinate emergency plans.
  • Campus patrol officer write and submit incident reports to public safety supervisors or law enforcement agencies as appropriate.
  • Other duties may include monitoring alarm systems and responding to alerts, training additional security officers and serving as crowd control at special events.
09/1994 to 09/2013 Police Officer/Agent/Detective Baltimore Police Department | City, STATE,
  • 21201 Beginning Salary: $26,500.00 yr. (XXX) 396-2525 - May contact- Human resources Ending Salary: $67,500.00 yr. Duties: Patrol Officer Duties:
  • Provide for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community relations.
  • Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.
  • Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases
  • Senior Officer in-charge of supervising 6-8 officers as a sector supervisor Special Patrol Duties- (Advanced Collision Investigator- Maryland State Police Certified)
  • Assessing accident scenes and evidence to understanding the interrelationship of time, velocity, and distance, and of momentum and friction.
  • Advanced techniques, such as analyzing airborne objects and diagramming evidence, are introduced. Detective Duties:
  • Examine crime scenes to obtain clues and evidence, such as loose hairs, fibers, clothing, or weapons.
  • Homicide Investigations) Secure deceased body and obtain evidence from it, preventing bystanders from tampering with it prior to medical examiner's arrival.
  • Obtain evidence from suspects.
  • Provide testimony as a witness in court.
  • Analyze completed police reports to determine what additional information and investigative work is needed.
  • Prepare charges or responses to charges, or information for court cases, according to formalized procedures.
  • Covert operations, using non-equipped police vehicles, vacant or abandoned buildings.
  • Lead detective (supervisor) of 4-6 squad detectives
  • Working with various federal organizations to prosecute cases and set up forfeiture cases, etc. Store Keeper Duties:
  • To exercise general control over all activities in Stores Department
  • To ensure safe keeping both as to quality and quantity of materials.
  • To maintain proper records.
  • To initiate purchase requisitions for the replacement of stock of all regular stores items whenever the stock level of any item of store approaches the minimum limit fixed in respect thereof.
  • To initiate action for stoppage of further purchasing when the stock level approaches the maximum limit.
  • To check and receive purchased materials forwarded by the receiving department and to arrange for the storage in appropriate places.
  • To reserve a particular material for a specific job when so required.
  • To issue materials only in required quantities against authorized requisition notes/material lists.
  • To check the book balances, with the actual physical stock at frequent intervals by way of internal control over wrong issues, pilferage, etc.
  • Operate pallet jacks, forklifts, and other machinery to receive, ship and or organize stock.
Education
Expected in Certification | Commercial Vehicles North American Trade School, Gwynn Oak, MD GPA:
North American Trade School MAR 2014-2014 6901 Security Blvd/ Gwynn Oak, MD 21207 Graduated- Certification- Commercial Vehicles (319cr-GPA 4.00)
Expected in 2010 M.P.A. | Public Administration University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD GPA:
University of Baltimore JAN 2008- 2010 1420 N. Charles St/ Baltimore, MD, 21201 Not graduated- M.P.A. Degree, Public Administration (GPA 2.87)
Expected in 2007 B.S. | Business Management University of Phoenix, Tempe, AZ GPA:
University of Phoenix JUL 2005 -2007 1625 W. Fountainhead Parkway/ Tempe, AZ 85282 Graduated-B.S. Degree, Business Management (69cr-GPA 3.39)
Expected in 2005 A.A. | Law Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD GPA:
Baltimore City Community College SEP 1994 -2005 600 E Lombard St/ Baltimore, MD 21201 Graduated-A.A. Degree, Law Enforcement Administration (64cr-GPA 3.59)
Expected in 1990 High School Diploma | Woodlawn Senior High School, Gwynn Oak, MD GPA:
Woodlawn Senior High School SEP 1986 -1990 1801 Woodlawn Drive / Gwynn Oak, MD 21207
Expected in 1990 Vocational | Western Vocational School of Technology, Catonsville, MD GPA:
Western Vocational School of Technology SEP 1987-1990 100 Kenwood Ave / Catonsville, MD 21228
Expected in Certificate | Technical Drafting I , , GPA:
Graduated/ Certificate -Technical Drafting I, II, III (24.5cr-3.00)
Affiliations
Affiliation- Fraternal Order of Police - Baltimore Lodge #3
Accomplishments
  • HONORS, AWARDS, AFFILIATIONS
  • Honors- Distinguished Scholar- Baltimore City Community College SEP 1994- MAY 2005
  • Awards- Police Officer- Bronze Star for police involved shooting SEP 1994- SEP 1993 and preventing dangerous to other officers and citizens, Accommodation award for preventing a robbery-shooting, 3 unit citations, 3 letters of appreciation, commissioners special unit citation, 2 time officer of the month
  • Awards- Military- Sharp Shooter, National defense service medal, JUN 1990- MAY 1994 good conduct medal, Navy unit accommodation, meritorious mass, Letter of appreciation, Sea service deployment
  • Affiliation- Fraternal Order of Police - Baltimore Lodge #3 SEP 1994- Current
  • Affiliation- Baltimore Retired Police Benevolence Association SEP 2013- Current
  • Affiliation- American Legion JAN 2000- Current
Military Experience
02/1991 to 05/1993 Gunnery Sergeant notKnown | , Warehouse Clerk/ 3051 (Crossed Trained) February 1991-May 1993 (Camp Pendleton, CA) Duties: Warehouse clerks perform various duties which include, receiving, inspecting, locating, storing, rotating, safekeeping, issuing, preparing, shipping, materials return and disposal of supplies and equipment. Clerks maintain personal computer and mainframe locator systems, conduct inventories, maintain records of sub-custody principal end items, monitor shelf like items. Marine warehouse clerks are licensed to operate MHE (forklifts, tractors, etc.) and operate bulk and small parts conveyer systems. Use detailed technical data from the Federal Logistics System in the care and storage program; develop storage space requirements; and store materiel per weight, cube, and clearance factors by categories of supple. Amphibious Assault Vehicle Repairman/Tech 2141 May 1993-May 1994 (Okinawa Japan) Duties: The AAV repairer/technician, under supervision, performs basic automotive and hull duties incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the AAV family of vehicles. The AAV repairer/technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals. At the rank of Gunnery Sergeant to Corporal, supervises, and performs various duties incident to the inspection, maintenance, and repair of the automotive and turret systems of the AAV. The AAV repairer/technician also prepares, maintains and supervises a shop maintenance and management program, and coordinates maintenance and recovery operations according to grade. Crew leader- supervise a crew of 5 technicians. Motor Transport/ 3531 basic (Cross trained) June 1992- May 1994 (Camp Pendleton, CA and Okinawa Japan, Camp Schwab) Duties: Operated both HMMWV type vehicles and M923 5 ton vehicles. Pre-trip and post trip inspections and performing preventive maintenance checks. Operating vehicles safely and assuring the safety of transporting passengers. Guard/Sentry Duties (Cross trained) 1991-1994 (Camp Pendleton, CA and Okinawa Japan) Guarded key installation areas (supply warehouses, motor transport, armory, high ranking personnel, barracks, camp areas) Basic patrol in close operation with military police Worked jointly with U.S. Customs and Border patrol while stationed in Camp Pendleton, CA
Certifications
Graduated- Certification- Commercial Vehicles (319cr-GPA ) Graduated/ Certificate -Technical Drafting I, II, III (24.5cr- ) Special Patrol Duties- (Advanced Collision Investigator- Maryland State Police Certified) Maryland Commercial Driver's License Expires: SEP 2019 Class-A, License# M-000-762-115-744 (Endorsements Hazmat, Tankers, Doubles and triple combination vehicles) Transportation Workers Identification Card Expires: JUL 2019 U.S. Passport Expires: MAR 2021 Law Enforcement Office Safety Act-Handgun permit Expires: NOV 2015
Skills
Human Resources, Buying/procurement, Cases, Community Relations, Operations, Purchasing, Weapons, Witness, Business Management, Class, Comprehensive Large Array Data Stewardship System, Fuel, Landing Gear, Tractor-trailer, Automotive, Award, Clerk, Conveyer, Conveyer Systems, Deployment, Hazmat, Industrial Machinery, Inspection, Inspections, Logistics, Mainframe, Maintenance, Mhe, Passport, Preventive Maintenance, Shipping, Payments, Sales, Sales Of, Security, Commercial Vehicles, Hr, Radio Communication, Training, Drafting

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School Attended

  • North American Trade School
  • University of Baltimore
  • University of Phoenix
  • Baltimore City Community College
  • Woodlawn Senior High School
  • Western Vocational School of Technology

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  • Professional Company Driver/Salesman
  • Professional Company Driver
  • Campus Patrol Officer
  • Police Officer/Agent/Detective

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  • Certification
  • M.P.A.
  • B.S.
  • A.A.
  • High School Diploma
  • Vocational
  • Certificate

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