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Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
:
Skills
  • Experience in leadership
  • Management
  • Data management
  • Microsoft Office
  • Computer skills
  • RFMSS Scheduling
  • Multitasking
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Communication
  • Work ethic
  • Conflict resolution
  • Troubleshooting
  • Working collaboratively
  • Risk management
  • Safety
Education and Training
University Of Maryland Global Campus Largo, MD, Expected in 05/2016 Associate of Arts : General Studies - GPA :
University Of Maryland Global Campus Largo, MD, Expected in Bachelor of Arts : Criminal Justice - GPA :
Certifications

Range Operations Professional Development Phase 1- 2018

Range Operations Professional Development Phase II-2019

Inter-Service Range Safety Course (Intermediate)- 2019

Experience
Merck & Co., Inc. - Senior Operations Technician
Santa Monica, CA, 09/2018 - Current

Summary:

Works in support of the Chief, Training Division who enforces applicable regulatory and command-directed range and training area safety guidance. Independently plans and carries out work in accordance with applicable guidelines. Uses judgment and initiative to make on-site decisions to prevent dangerous situations from occurring which could lead to serious injuries and loss of life. Makes recommendations on unusual problems or situations that deviate from the norm. Possesses an understanding of military training requirements and live fire training events for a wide variety of Army military occupational specialties. Work is periodically reviewed for compliance with oral and regulatory guidance, Standard Operating Procedures, and special instructions.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serves as the Contractor senior supervisor for 3 range operations employees and 20 firing desk employees in support of the Chief, Training Division by participating in the management and operational functioning of the facility’s live fire ranges and training areas.
  • Acts as the technical authority pertaining to range operations section during training and live fire events.
    Directs and coordinates the full spectrum of range safety functions in the absence of the DAC staff and provides continuity in operations.
  • Works jointly with the Range Branch government staff in the planning, development and execution of the programs, policies and procedures involved in the safe operation of live fire ranges and training areas.
  • Ensures that range safety requirements are adhered to in the scheduling of range use, maintenance, modification, and installation of ranges and training facilities.
  • Provides safety related input to the Chief, Training Division regarding changes to or new firing requests i.e. combined arms exercises, temporary firing, and testing of prototypes.
  • Makes basic determinations regarding the advisability or inadvisability of requested non-standard training, and makes recommendation to the Chief, Training Division.
  • Utilizes RFMSS as primary scheduling tool to support daily range and training area activities.
Strategic Defense Solutions - Range Safety
City, STATE, 09/2018 - Current

Summary:


Worked under general supervision of the Shift Leader who made assignments from weekly range/live fire, special event schedules. Independently planned, organized, and completed assignments within the framework of schedules, current policies, and regulations; evaluated performance through review, technical soundness of solutions achieved, and compliance with accepted safety policies and procedures.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Uses a wide variety of guides to perform assignments to include range control standard operating procedures (SOP), daily range schedule, Fort Rucker's regulations, surface danger zone (SDZs) overlays, daily instructions, safety procedures, published notices, Army maneuver tactics, aircraft operations, gunnery requirements, military ordnance, range layout, safety precautions, applicable environmental regulations, applicable field manuals, and training manuals.
  • Uses significant judgment and interpretation to apply the guides to specific cases and adapt procedures to accommodate unusual or one-of-a-kind situations.
  • Serves as a Range Safety on heavily used live-fire ranges and training areas for the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security (DPTMS), Training Division.
  • Monitors the issuance, opening, cease fire, and closing of all live fire ranges, artillery firing points, training facilities, and training areas through operation/communications via multiple radio nets.
  • Operates the Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) on a personal computer and local area network (LAN). Operates range operations radio net to control ranges and live fire maneuvers, monitor training areas, and provide instructions and advisory information to assist and preclude aircraft incursion into restricted air spaces.
  • Provides continuous application of safety inspections of ranges, training areas, and training facilities.
  • Assists in implementing prescribed procedures during emergencies that include MEDEVAC operations and weapons/ammunition malfunctions.
  • Assists authorized users on use of ranges, training facilities, and maneuver areas for live fire, non-firing, and maneuver training. Reviews and compares the daily range schedule, unit OIC/RSO and weapons certification memoranda, SOPs, firing orders, on file Range Risk Assessments, SDZ overlays, firing data and diagrams, and barrier plans for direct and indirect live-fire and other training, to ensure completeness, prior to conducting site inspections.
  • Operates Remote Computer Stations in support of automated ranges based upon unit scheduling. Performs manual tasks such as filling sandbags, replacing targets and target frames, string-trimming, and other like-type functions.
  • Performs daily accountability and inspection of firing desk equipment, inventories all assigned vehicles and performs a 100 percent inspection of keys.
U.S. Army Active Duty - Military Police Investigator
City, STATE, 03/2012 - 03/2014

Summary:

Effective law enforcement investigator with 5+ years of experience in the United States Army. Take charge, highly organized professional with critical thinking and problem solving skills. Extensively trained in securing crime scenes, preserving and collecting evidence and interviewing and interrogating techniques. Respected leader, able to build and mentor highly motivated teams focused on achieving organizational goals.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provided leadership and guidance for various law enforcement activities including physical security, arrest procedures and criminal investigations.
  • Supervised and administered the development and operation of an ongoing criminal investigation program for a large population.
  • Conducted interviews and interrogations, wrote official correspondence and maintained reports for the investigation department.
  • Processed military and civilian personnel, collected fingerprints on FD-258 card and electronic biometric system.
U.S Army Military Police Corps - Military Police Squad Leader
City, STATE, 01/2008 - 03/2014

Summary:

Responds to emergencies, prevents crime and controls traffic. Conducts force protection, area security and police intelligence operations while protecting the lives of people and property on military installations by enforcing military laws and regulations. As a squad leader, responsible for the health and well being of personnel assigned to team through effective communication and leadership skills.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assisted senior leadership in the development of operational strategies and objectives.
  • Succeeded in a changing and stressful environment by employing the best practices of the organization and applying them to a challenging situation.
  • Accountable for more than $4.5 million of inventory on a daily basis in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Counseled and mentored 25+ personnel.
  • Provided feedback on performance to 25+ personnel ensuring agrees upon criteria was accomplished.
  • Managed the training, administrative and logistical support for 11+ personnel during joint operations resulting in the successful completion of 100+ missions in a twelve month period.

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School Attended
  • University Of Maryland Global Campus
  • University Of Maryland Global Campus
Job Titles Held:
  • Senior Operations Technician
  • Range Safety
  • Military Police Investigator
  • Military Police Squad Leader
Degrees
  • Associate of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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