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

Alert Security Professional bringing proven history of providing exceptional leadership and superior performance in Personnel and Physical security. Accustomed to leveraging adaptable nature and sound judgment in challenging situations. Intuitive Training manager offering high-level emotional intelligence and 8-year history of expanding training options and program reach. Incorporates new topics and adjusts training resources to meet changing business needs. Decisive leader and complex problem-solver with excellent organizational skills and big-picture approach.

  • Staff Assessments
  • Security Resource Management
  • Budgeting
  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Schedule management
  • Report analysis
  • Scheduling
  • Resource Management
  • Safety assessment
  • Investigation coordination
  • Operations management
  • Operational improvement
  • Strategic accounts processes
  • Training
Work History
08/2018 to Current Security/ Current Ops/ Reserve Affairs/ MAP Coord Encompass Health Corp. | Hutchinson, KS,
  • Principal staff advisory for personnel security, provides authoritative information and assistance to management officials on personnel security policies and practices; recommends personnel security investigative requirements; and advises on procedures for adverse personnel security determinations
  • Provides authoritative assistance and recommendations to Command on all matters pertaining to personnel, information, and information systems security
  • Commander's personnel security expert
  • Reviews and processes requests for personnel security investigations and any special access requirements for both civilian and military assigned to WBAMC (i.e., Background Investigations, National Agency Checks (NAC), National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI), National Agency Checks with State Criminal History Repository (SCHR), Single Scope Background Investigations, Secret PRs, etc.)
  • Executes established policies and procedures required for personnel security program within WBAMC
  • Initiates coordinates, processes, and reviews requests for security clearances and special access
  • Interviews nominees or applicants, fingerprints, conducts local background checks on interim clearances, and requests further background checks or investigations from appropriate organizations using correct form and administrative procedures
  • Implements and executes policies and procedures in accordance with AR 380 series regulations for MEDCEN TDA positions identified where assigned personnel are required to possess security clearance and to meet mission requirements
  • Conducts local records checks (i.e., Official Personnel File, Criminal Investigation Division (CID), Provost Marshal Office, Medical Records, OPM, etc.) and recommends eligibility of interim clearance for assigned personnel
  • Current Operations Specialist with responsibility for execution of WBAMC contingency plans
  • Oversees daily operations in support of region's missions, ceremonies and operations
  • Responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and executing functions related to all missions for and within William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC)
  • Conducts independent analysis of mobilization and other contingency operations requirements, evaluates capabilities to meet these requirements, and recommends alternate courses of action to resolve deficiencies
  • Collects information, evaluates data, prepares analysis and presents findings in briefings or reports for Deputies, Operations Chief and other staff
  • Initiates, develops, and tracks operations planning and execution in conjunction with oversight and guidance from Chief, Operations and Readiness Division
  • Conducts mission analysis, risk analysis, and preparations of missions directed by Medical Command (MEDCOM) and Regional Medical Command (RMC)
  • Provides timely reports of status of all plans, training, deployments and redeployment, and other current operations for situational awareness
  • Receives subordinate Unit Status Report (USR) slides as required and ensures USR is turned in to RMC
  • Executes all routine and incidental reporting requirements, to include Serious Incident Reports (SIR) and Commander's Critical Incident Reports (CCIR), and provides such reports to the Chief for situational awareness
  • Interfaces with Fort Bliss Operations Center (FBOC) as required
  • Individual must be familiar with terminal operations, TLCF message traffic, Time Phased Force Deployment DATA (TPFDD), and Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES)
  • Prepares, consolidates, and analyzes TLCF message traffic and TPFDD input/output Serves as the training data manager for AMEDD Digital Training Management System (DTMS) Professional Officer Filler System (PROFIS) Coordinator managing all Tiers of Command data assigned by WBAMC within Personnel Education and Quality System DTMS
  • Manages and coordinates Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS), responsible for Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS) projections and maintenance, Army Learning Management System (ALMS) data manager for all military training and education
  • Consults with Clinical Operations Directorate, Hospital Education, and Medical Companies in order to determine new user and systems requirements and/or enhancements
  • Oversees database management and maintenance, and creates and updates database tables and queries for Command use
  • Performs database administration, management duties, and system administration with Military and Civilian Training Records
09/2017 to 08/2018 Human Resources Assistant United States Air Force | City, STATE,
  • Analyzes duties, applies classification standards, and writes evaluation statements to justify title, series and grade
  • Classifies all general schedule and federal wage system positions, grades 01 through 07
  • Classifies and maintains files for all position descriptions for summer hires, student aids and co-ops
  • Applies new OPM standards to same type positions
  • Reviews all incoming OPM standards and determines jobs to be affected and provides listing of those to the specialists
  • Answers general questions from supervisor s and employees regarding procedures for classifying positions and filing appeals
  • Processes incoming Requests for Personnel Actions (RPAs)
  • Screens requests, documents, and reports for completeness and accuracy
  • Inputs data into Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS) and Fully Automated System for Classification (FASCLASS)
  • Runs and/or writes reports as needed to retrieve information
  • Provides recruitment and placement support services to HR Specialists
  • Conducts recruitment/examining activities for common lower-grade positions
  • Prepares modifications as needed to standard announcements
  • Responds to customer inquiries on such matters as procedures for filing applications, status of recruitment announcements, kinds of vacancies in organizations serviced and hiring procedures and announcements
  • Assists in registering of employees in Priority Placement Program as well as local placement registration
  • Assists in recruitment activities by arranging for physical examinations, verifying veterans' preference, making job offers, coordinator EOD/release dates and processing preappointment security checks
  • Uses personnel computer, word processing and/or other office automation equipment and various software programs to create, copy, edit, store, retrieve and print variety of documents; produce correspondence, memorandum, directives, forms reports; create or maintain spreadsheets or databases, etc
  • Transmits, receive and/or acknowledge electronic mail, messages, forms and reports; insures proper handling and clearance, if required; and prints hard copies or routes to other terminals
  • Ensures accuracy and timeliness of information, spelling, grammar construction, punctuation and presence of necessary enclosures
  • Knowledge of, and skill in applying, extensive body of HR rules, procedures, and operations sufficient to performs wide variety of interrelated and/or non-standard HR support work; plan, coordinate, develop facts and/or resolve support problems in one or more HR specialties; use personal computers with office applications to perform operations or to prepare complex documents containing tables or graphs; and use online HR resources to obtain information accessible over Internet, as needed
  • Analyzed and modified compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and comply with legal requirements
01/2012 to 10/2015 FTAC Manager/ Security Manager CONUS/OCONUS | City, STATE,
  • Conducts classroom, laboratory, and field instruction for upper-division undergraduate (or equivalent) courses or courses in advanced technical systems
  • Courses may require significant adaptation or revision due to subject-matter or student problems
  • Makes adjustments in presentation or other instructional methods in anticipation of or to accommodate course content changes
  • Supports training operations by scheduling attendees for classes and coordinating and managing attendee affairs
  • Makes adjustments in presentation or other instructional methods, to include adjustments to accommodate or resolve student and/or source material problems, last minute schedule changes, equipment malfunctions, or lack of supplies
  • Maintains classroom decorum by acting upon distractions or disturbances
  • Assists staff with resolving student problems such as personal dilemmas, student injuries, personnel and/or payroll issues
  • Uses training aids such as training models and devices to enhance training outcome
  • During field instruction, ensures students are knowledgeable of potential dangers from equipment and field hazards
  • In cases where training equipment or information is very valuable or sensitive, ensures classroom procedures meet security and confidentiality standards
  • Prepares and coordinates travel plans and requests
  • Prepares and maintains training and travel schedules
  • Collects, assembles and prepares administrative training reports
  • Conducts various briefings for incoming and outgoing personnel
  • Performs local record checks, Provost Marshal checks, and personnel records checks
  • Signs and processes all clearance forms for employees to gain access to the Local Area Network (LAN)
  • Out-processes employees through briefings and checking for appropriate signatures on the correct form
  • Conducts security briefings and debriefings on foreign travel
  • Security briefings are based on several regulations and are frequently updated by message changes
  • Foreign travel briefings are for outside continental United States (OCONUS) temporary duty (TDY) travel
  • Coordinates with overseas countries to obtain Theater/Country Clearance for travelers
  • Prepares documentation for approval of the Commander and the headquarters once Theater/Country Clearance is approved
  • Processes and prepares OCONUS TDY package for travelers
  • Performed various background investigations to include (NAC, NACI, MBI, BI, SSBI) for potential employees seeking a clearance with the U.S
  • Maintains access rosters and office files to verify personnel security clearances
  • Conducted and reviewed credit reports and FBI reports
  • Initiates actions and prepares security clearance documents for investigations and documentation for reinvestigations
  • Reviewed previous employment records to determine a applicants eligibility for employment
  • Initiates actions and prepares documents for investigations of contract personnel assigned to the organization
  • Initiates actions for updating personnel security investigations
  • Performs Personnel Security functions and tasks for military, civilian, and contract personnel assigned or attached to the organization and their subordinate units
  • Tracks and reviews requests for clearances and periodic reinvestigations which include personal information, police record checks, transcripts, notes, or extracts of interviews conducted by other agencies
  • Maintains a security clearances control file on employees as mandated by regulation
  • Assists with assigning interim clearance for personnel
  • Makes recommendations to the Security Manager on the disposition of derogatory information
  • Advises individuals when periodic reinvestigations are required
  • Researches governing regulations and other guidelines for local adaptation and implementation
  • Scanned fingerprints and obtained detailed results from the FBI database
  • Scanned record checks such as OPM, JPAS, FBI, DCII, and Credit results
  • Responds to inquiries and request for interpretation of personnel security policies, regulations, and procedures
  • Reviews requests for personnel or facility security clearances to assure completeness
  • Reviews reports of personnel investigations
02/2011 to 01/2012 Aviation Resource Manager/Training Manager United States Air Force Eglin Air Force Base | City, STATE, United States
  • Maintains control over 1,200 individual flight/jump record folders and conducts record reviews and record audits for active duty and reservist aircrew members
  • Knowledgeable with authenticating Military Pay Orders, Aeronautical Orders, conducting quarterly Entitlement Verifications Reports, maintaining and verifying medical AF Form 1042 (Flight Physical Worksheet), and Physiological Form 702 requirements for safety of flight, and creating/ reporting pay actions to finance through the Case Management System (CMS)
  • Responsible for training and certifying incoming Aviation Resource Specialists including members assigned to senior leadership positions
  • Supervised and led a team of 4 new Aviation Resource Management specialists in all aspects pertaining to the Aviation Resource Management Career field
  • Recorded their progress, certified their training, and reporting their progress reports to senior leadership
  • Coordinated, scheduled, and tasked active and reserves flying squadrons for special assignment airlift missions directed by the Tanker Airlift Control Center (TACC) that serves both DoD and US government supporting agencies
  • Experienced at coordinating and building air-refueling, night vision goggle training, local and off station missions in world wide scheduling database
  • De-conflicted military airspace and training routes, published and distributed daily flying reports and schedules to supporting agencies and the Federal Aviation Administration
  • Interacted with Wing and Group level leadership on a daily basis and served as an enlisted focal point for managing 30 military training routes, 4 air refueling tracks, and 2 military operating areas (MOAs)
  • Performs aircrew and parachutist resource management functions
  • Monitors flight physicals, physiological training, aircrew qualifications, and other aircrew and parachutist-related programs
  • Schedules aircrew training and aircraft sorties, and maintains mission information
  • Prepares flight authorizations, and monitors individual flight requirements and unit flying hours
  • Maintains control and accountability for Aviation Resource Management System data
  • Advises on matters pertaining to aircrew resource management systems
  • Inspects and evaluates production and maintenance of flight records, files, and reports
  • Evaluates completed work and group performance
  • Ensures functional directives are accurate and complete
  • Reviews operations resource management procedures and recommends changes
  • Reviews trend analysis
  • Monitored and updated daily exported browser products to ensure qualified crew members are on the flight schedule
  • Utilized Patriot Excalibur to generate squadron flight orders and AFTO form 781 for mission package process
  • Assisted Training, Standardizations/ Evaluation and Current Operations flights in maximizing daily flight operations
  • Prepared daily flight authorizations and verifies go/no go currencies for home station and contingency missions
  • Coordinated/tracked test dates for 27 personnel; led to 100% CDC pass rate
  • Validated flight PHA and physiological training for 100+ aircrew members; ensured 100% combat ops qualified
  • Reviewed 2000 go/no go items for 130 aircrew members
  • Designed Combat Mission Ready spreadsheet for the 1 SOW and 9 th SOS; enhanced accuracy of high visibility Wing readiness program
  • Processed 1200 semiannual tasks; supplied supervisors error free data; vital to combat effectiveness
  • Supervised PEX/ARMS daily interface; ensured 63k training events/database updates correctly logged/transferred
  • Developed standard operating procedures and document workflows for current and future process steps
Expected in 2020 | Social Psychology Park University, Kansas City, MO GPA:

GPA: 3.25, Credits Earned: 90 Semester hours

Expected in 05/2019 Introduction To DOD Personnel Security Adjudication Course | Center For Development of Security Excellence (CDSE), Linthicum Heights, MD GPA:
Expected in 2014 Associate of Science | Aviation Resource Management CCAF, USAF, GPA:

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School Attended

  • Park University
  • Center For Development of Security Excellence (CDSE)
  • CCAF

Job Titles Held:

  • Security/ Current Ops/ Reserve Affairs/ MAP Coord
  • Human Resources Assistant
  • FTAC Manager/ Security Manager
  • Aviation Resource Manager/Training Manager


  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Introduction To DOD Personnel Security Adjudication Course
  • Associate of Science

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