Sexual Assault Response Coord (title 5) Gs 12 resume example with 15+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Empathetic SARC professional with extensive experience providing intervention and connecting resources to victims of sexual assault. Understanding and compassionate professional committed to performing all duties in accordance with customary rules of ethics.

  • Software
  • Twenty- three years of experience using Microsoft office applications such as outlook, excel, and word. In addition, Access to multiple KYARNG Human Resources system regularly such as DAMP, IPERMS, Milpo apps, DSAID, and IPPS-A.
  • Trauma-Informed Care
  • Confidentiality Requirements
  • Victim Services
  • Case Management
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Coordinating Services
  • Active Listening
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Regulatory Compliance
Work History
Sexual Assault Response Coord (title 5) GS-12, 03/2018 to Current
The Mitre CorporationDoral, FL, Frankfort, KY
  • State program manager for Kentucky Army National Guard SHARP program. Serve as lead supervisor ensuring that all appointed VAs and SARCs are operating IAW current federal policies and guidelines. Interview all candidates upon selection by their assigned Brigade as part of their background screening requirements. It establishes baseline on expectation of their appointment as new VA or SARC
  • As full-time supervisor with KYARNG since 2009, and supervisor of SHARP office since 2016. Very comfortable with evaluations with both JFHQ M-day SHARP staff as well as full-time technicians’ requirements.
  • As lead SARC for last six years, Kentucky National Guard’s programs has been noted on multiple occasions as one of best compared to other states. Often sought out for advice on processes. KYNG maintains very low discrepancy rate on DSAID inputs, reporting requirements, and 24/7 response audits. Resulting in Kentucky ability to implement new SAPR WF team months earlier than planned.
  • Maintains strong relationships with NGB SAPRO and other SHARP professionals promoting ability to keep TAG advised on changes to DoD policies that may create any barriers or shortfalls within KYNG.
  • Co-chair and coordinated monthly case management group, increasing participation and attendance.
  • Developed good working relations among military providers and community resources that increases our ability to better serve victims.
  • Passionate about learning and committed to continual improvement.
Sexual Assault Response Coord (title 32) GS-12, 12/2016 to 03/2018
Kentucky Army National GuardCity, STATE, Frankfort, KY
  • Direct advisor to TAG and senior leadership for all sexual assault related issues. Ensures that everyone has foundational knowledge of current rules and procedures developing within DoD and National Guard Bureau. Ensure that all commands are submitting reports through appropriate channels. Effectively recommend and implement changes to state program that better aligns Kentucky National Guard’s SHARP efforts with national goals.
  • Program manager for many G1 programs. Directly supervised Risk Reduction, Resilience, and Suicide Prevention Section (R3SP), Casualty Affairs, Military Funeral Honors, and Yellow Ribbon Program, state Drug Testing Coordinator (DTC) and SHARP Program. These programs consisted of managing daily staff of 8 ADOS, 4 mil-techs, and 4 contractors, and 54 collateral duty SARCs and VAs across KYNG. Also helped Air National Guard SAPR Office as needed.
  • Planned and coordinated monthly and quarterly meetings with leadership. Filled role of co-chair on all Case Management Group (CMG) monthly. Conducted Alcohol Drug Intervention Counsel (ADIC) and Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council (CR2C) quarterly.
  • Directly supported Victims, units, and Families with necessary support or resources to improve quality of life. As lead SARC, ensured victim’s needs were met. Worked with military and civilian law enforcement, commanders, chaplains, SJA office, outside agencies, and processed line of duty (LOD) that enabled their healing. Tracked and managed SHARP cases in Defense sexual assault Incident Database (DSAID). As R3SP, worked with unit leadership linking Soldiers with resources and/or training that combat suicides, provide resilience skills for promote positive outlook. As Casualty Affairs, coordinated resources for families, and units who suffered loss. Additionally, lead training in Casualty Notifications, Casualty Assistance Officers (CAO/CNO), Applied Suicide intervention Training (ASIST), and SHARP.
  • Managed (2060/2065) budgets for SHARP, Casualty Affairs, Military Funeral Honors, Suicide Prevention, Resilience, Yellow Ribbon, and Drug Testing programs. Worked with multiple NGB resource managers, HRO, and G1 budget to ensure all assigned programs maintain allocated requirements to support pay, travel, supplies, training events, etc. IAW program funding guidance and fiscal law. Appointed as Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for Behavior Health contract, GPC cardholder, DAMPS publishing authority, Defense Travel System, and AFCOS approval roles for all G1 programs.
Supervisory Human Resources Specialist (Military) , 08/2009 to 12/2016
Kentucky Army National GuardCity, STATE, Frankfort, KY
  • Supervised eight full-time AGRs and four military technicians responsible for conducting personnel transactions for more than seven thousand Kentucky National Guard Soldiers on regular basis. This included planning and accessing individual levels of work, manage their leave and attendances, assigning work and conducting counseling when necessary.
  • Drafted and/or reviewed state level policies and procedures for Kentucky Army National Guard personnel management including enlisted promotions, officer assignments, reductions, retirements, new accessions, and awards.
  • Program Manager over TRST boards accounts with level 5 AFCOS orders publishing approval level. Managed all state funding for personnel boards. This includes but not limited to Active Service Management Board (ASMB), Enlisted Qualitative Retention Board (EQRB), Selective Retention Board (SRB), Order of Merit List (OML), Promotions, Assignments, and Separations boards.
  • Managed KYNG passport office while working directly with Department of State and Department of Defense. Issued more than 650 government passports to mobilizing individuals ensuring they had necessary documents moving between various countries.
  • Responsible for implementing and managing state awards program, state enlisted promotion program, and assisted with Drug Demand Reduction program for state leadership.
  • Supervised and managed Yellow Ribbon Program for 24 months that consisted of budget of over 200K, staff of 4 civilian contractors and 2 ADOS. Program provided Soldiers and family of deploying units with necessary resources to assist them throughout deployment cycle.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships across Kentucky and NGB.
Group Leader, 04/2007 to 05/2009
Toyotetsu America IncCity, STATE,
  • Supervisor over three production control teams consisting of 33 personnel responsible for pulling inventory, suppling welding lines, and shipping finish products to customers. This is largest Toyota supply company in United States
  • Responsible for handling and resolving attendance and other work-related issues for 33 employees on daily basis to include work assignments, managing leave, conduct random drug testing, and perform basis first aide.
  • Customer Service based position that required daily communication both internal and external to ensure right product was getting to right customer on time.
  • Trained new team members by relaying information on company procedures and safety requirements,
  • Maintained clean and well-organized production areas to avoid violations or unnecessary work delays due to hazards or inefficient layouts.
  • Reviewed daily requirements and forecasts and delegated work for optimal coverage.
No Degree: Advanced Operations Course, Expected in 09/2021
U.S. Army Command And General Staff College - Leavenworth, KS
Bachelor of Arts: Justice and Safety, Expected in 05/2009
Eastern Kentucky University - ,
Associate: Law Enforcement, Expected in 12/2002
Somerset Community College - Somerset, KY,

  • National Organization for Victim Assistance
  • National Advocate Credentialing Program
  • Department of Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Certification,

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School Attended

  • U.S. Army Command And General Staff College
  • Eastern Kentucky University
  • Somerset Community College

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