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


  • Sales brochure development
  • Real estate law
  • Appraisal procedures
  • Home tours
Work History
03/2005 to 12/2011
Real Estate Sales Associate Collins Community Credit Union North Liberty, IA,
  • Worked closely with clients to facilitate appropriate loans, inspections and credit reports.
  • Sold 2 properties worth over approximately $600,000
  • Wrote effective listings detailing property features, resulting in approximately 5% increase in showings.
  • Wrote effective listings detailing property features, resulting in approximately 5% increase in showings.
  • Informed home buyer of sales, construction and warranty processes.
  • Communicated with clients to understand property needs and preferences.
  • Followed up with prospective buyers regarding incentives from builder and new developments in surrounding area.
  • Liaised between buyers and sellers to provide positive experiences for both parties.
  • Coordinated appointments to show marketed properties.
  • Generated leads for sales and rental properties through cold calls and referrals.
  • Compared properties possessing similar features to determine competitive market prices.
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
03/1993 to 05/2001
Family Advocate Common Spirit Little Falls, MN,
  • Collaborated with families to assist in growth, development and education to increase potential.
  • Observed security measures to maintain confidentiality and restrict access by unauthorized individuals.
  • Identified available community resources and programs for families of disabled children.
  • Managed heavy caseload of 100 and 100 cases effectively through well-developed time management, organizational and task prioritization skills.
  • Visited homes of families and maintained appropriate contact as directed by agency procedures.
  • Interviewed individuals and families to assess needs and provide informational resources.
  • Completed home welfare checks to align with state and program guidelines.
  • Developed rapport to create safe and trusting environment for care.
  • Collaborated with community program leaders and advocates to make resources accessible to those in need.
  • Worked to improve and enhance patient lives through effective and compassionate care.
  • Documented data and completed accurate updates to case records.
  • Reported child abuse in accordance with legal standards of mandatory reporters.
  • Planned, promoted and managed parent workshops on assisting children in attaining academic success.
  • Monitored progress and documented any patient health status changes, keeping healthcare team updated.
  • Organized activities for birth parents and in-home support counselors.
  • Built solid and trusting rapport with children and families, fostering trust and communication to meet case needs.
  • In addition, filled in as a Program Manager, teacher (for pre-school students), secretary for Program Manaager. and secretary for Administrator.
  • Increased youth participation in pro-social activities by 50% through collaboration with therapist assistants and community resources.
08/1989 to 03/1993
Secretary Archdiocese Of Chicago, Office Of Catholic Schools Chicago, IL,
  • Prepared and distributed team-based communications to foster collaboration and enhance team morale.
  • Provided clerical support to Program Manager, Teachers, Family Advocates, and families by copying, faxing and filing documents.
  • Provided general program information and assistance, including fundraising and meetings with staff, agencies, and parents.
  • Performed accounts receivable duties, including invoicing, researching charge backs, discrepancies and reconciliations.
  • Maintained daily reports and advised Program manager, teacing staff, Family advocates, and families in decision-making processes.
  • Updated tracking system with Educational, Health, Social, Nutrition, and Speech, information for program.
  • Authored clear and professional business documents, including Educational, Health, Social, Nutrition, and Speech, information for program.
  • Composed and proofread memos, letters and reports to verify error-free communication.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies, eductional supplies, cleaning supplies, and nutritional supplies ( for the children ) to obtain most cost-effective pricing.
  • Opened and properly distributed incoming mail to promote quicker response to staff inquiries.
  • Managed paper and electronic filing systems by routing various documents, taking messages and managing incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Increased office efficiency by modernizing document organization systems and effectively implementing Head Start solutions.
  • Interacted with vendors, contractors and professional services personnel to receive orders, direct activities and communicate instructions.
  • Entered families data into computer system and updated families contact information to keep records current; especially, when school and agency was being audit by the Federal Government Agency.
  • Continually sought methods for improving daily operations, communications with families and staff, recordkeeping and data entry for increased efficiency.
  • Answered questions and addressed, resolved or escalated issues to personnel to satisfy families.
  • Completed forms, reports, logs and records to quickly handle all documentation for human resources.
  • Established administrative work procedures to track staff's daily tasks.
  • Facilitated timely delivery of special projects to meet organizational objectives.
  • Managed staff and families calendars to strategically coordinate meetings, appointments and events.
  • Sorted, opened and routed incoming correspondence and deliveries to help staff and families respond quickly to commumities, and Federal requirements.
  • Achieved double-checking accuracy of forms.
  • Designed insightful and attractive fundraising and meetings with education department, health department, and social department presentations.
  • Greeted incoming visitors, families, and Federal Agents professionally and provided friendly, knowledgeable assistance.
  • Assisted coworkers and staff members with special tasks on daily basis.
  • Answered and managed incoming and outgoing calls while recording accurate messages for distribution to staff.
  • Transferred and directed phone calls, guests and mail to correct staff members.
  • Transcribed and organized information to assist in preparing speeches and presentations.
  • Answered and quickly redirected up to calls.
  • Assisted with event planning, including associated travel arrangements.
  • Successfully completed special projects to exceed goals department and overall organization.
  • Compiled reports for program educators.
  • Filled in as Program Manger, Family Advocator, and Teacher or Teacher's Aide.
01/1987 to 09/1991
Computer Data Abex Corp. City, STATE,

Worked from home only and company supplied computer.

Computer Data/Entry for Retailing Inveantory Companies (example-Macy's, JC. Penney)


Expected in 06/1972
High School Diploma:
High School - New York,

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