Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Hard-working professional Quality Control Manager with 20 years of experience in loss prevention, safety and logistics security. Adept at working with management to devise effective loss control policies and procedures. Highly attentive in monitoring premises and skilled at identifying signs to attempted theft. Active Secret Clearance, eligible for Top Secret Clearance. Excellent active listener with outstanding time management and organizational skills.

  • HAZMAT training
  • Firearms handling
  • Analytical skills
  • Microsoft Office software proficiency
  • Cultural awareness
  • OSHA Standards and Codes
  • Safety and compliance inspections
  • Fraud investigation
  • Surveillance
  • Auditing experience
  • Risk management
  • Security Camera Monitoring
  • Loss prevention assessment programs
  • Problem analysis and Conflict resolution
  • Training & Development
Work History
03/2019 to Current Shipping and Receiving Supervisor Post Holdings | Ravenna, NE,
  • Boost inventory and recordkeeping accuracy by conducting thorough inspections and comparing shipment contents with documentation.
  • Orchestrate efficient routing by producing accurate shipping documentation and package labels.
  • Coordinate efficient storage areas to optimize materials movements and minimize labor hours.
  • Receive incoming shipments, compared contents against associated records and transmitted to proper department.
  • Work with vendor representatives to resolve damaged shipments and item shortages, protecting company interests and financial targets.
  • Perform basic mathematical calculations to check weights and dimensions of shipments.
  • Conduct professional loss prevention investigations and interviews to resolve internal theft incidents within warehouse.
  • Investigate and adopted optimal shipping and receiving strategies, selecting best carriers, routes and methods to minimize costs and enhance schedules.
  • Investigate and adopted optimal shipping and receiving strategies by selecting best carriers, routes and methods to minimize costs and enhance schedules.
  • Uphold strict security and safety procedures to protect business from financial losses due to theft or careless mismanagement.
  • Train staff on loss prevention tactics and company procedures.
  • Oversee received and outbound shipments through inventories and audits and complied with City of Warner Robins shipment procedures.
  • Worked with vendors to schedule more than 50 daily pickups and 75 weekly deliveries
03/2018 to 03/2019 Ordnance Equipment Specialist GID Solutions, LLC | City, STATE,
  • Perform troubleshooting and repairs in position equivalent to (GS-346-11), maintain safe and proper shipment of all hazardous cargo moving under United States military transportation control.
  • Inspects and identify property and conditions of property.
  • Inventory records along with spares and repair information.
  • Follow all applicable Base Orders and Material Safety Data Sheets when handling Hazardous Materials to include wearing of appropriate personal protective equipment and proper disposal.
  • Supervise GID Hazardous Material Quality Control function, review hazardous material shipping forms submitted by all agencies for accuracy.
  • Created and maintained up-to-date spreadsheets to track cap EX, expendable usage and general department expenses.
  • Educated and managed staff on best practices in use and maintenance of equipment inventory.
  • Inspected and checked outgoing orders for quality control.
  • Managed repairs and vendors to minimize inventory downtime.
  • Maintained safe work environment and adhered to privacy regulations.
  • Calmly and efficiently addressed emergency situations such as safety hazards and threats to life or property, deescalating when possible and directing shoppers to safety.
  • Supported audits, shortage control initiatives, apprehensions and disposition by preparing and reviewing associated paperwork.
  • Headed safety and loss prevention programs by guiding staff.
  • Generated comprehensive reports documenting evidence of attempted theft and recovered merchandise.
07/2011 to 09/2016 Gunnery Sergeant/ Aviation Ordnance Chief United States Marine Corps | City, STATE,
  • As Gunnery Sergeant, also maintained vacant Ordnance Division Chief position equivalent to (GS-6591-14).
  • Provided supervisory oversight of staff encompassing technical management and advisory positions with advanced technical skills.
  • Managed Ordnance Division, supervising staff of 30+ (Civilian, Contractors, Military).
  • Managed portfolio of accounts in Systems Application Product automated system (SAP).
  • Conducted applicant interviews, employee evaluations, and performance appraisals; prepared Independent Development Plans for staff in accordance with their career goals and mission objectives.
  • Assured implementation of various organizational wide programs in equal employment opportunity, labor relations, and manpower.
  • Collaborate with Labor Relations and Human Resources to enhance employee engagement and diversity inclusion.
  • Enforced organization policy, and documented file for promotions or took appropriate actions to resolve controversial personnel management problems.
  • Supervised shipping/receiving of all Ordnance equipment entering/exiting base.
  • Equipment to be shipped consisted of ammunition/ordnance, Aircraft Armament Equipment, armament support equipment, and aircraft test equipment for all squadron deployments globally.
  • Inspected support units for supply performance standards, providing technical guidance, wrote procedures and policies and conducting periodic audits of inventory.
  • Prepared accurate, and timely submission of all ordnance reports; involving maintenance and repair of airframes, power plants, and aircraft systems, certifying airworthiness.
  • Supervise aircraft maintenance and armament system configurations, maintenance experience with 12,500 pounds or more maximum certificated takeoff weight.
  • Interpreted and applied safety rules and regulations as they relate to ordnance warehousing operations.
  • Adhered to defined security classification, hazard classification, inventory accountability and explosive safety criteria while providing oversight for maintenance of explosive ordnance devices and materials in magazine environment.
  • Executed receipt and annual serialized ordnance inspections; properly executed and recorded thermal readings.
  • Performed tasks with high degree of independence.
Expected in 05/2020 Associate of Science | Business Administration Logistics Management Georgia Military College , Warner Robins, GPA:
Additional Information
  • MILITARY AWARDS & HONORS , Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation Navy Unit Commendation Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal National Defense Service Medal Afghanistan Campaign Medal Iraq Campaign Medal Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon Marine Corps Recruiting Ribbon

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