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

Resourceful and meticulous Recruiter with over 5 years of experience communicating and collaborating effectively with all levels of personnel, agencies, hiring managers and candidates to maximize talent quality. Solutions-oriented relationship builder focused on cultivating and maintaining industry partnerships to maintain consistent candidate pipeline.

Skills

Skilled in interpersonal relationships, ability to lead and / or participate in a team environment as to accomplish set goals for team. Ability to work well with others as well as individually, communicate verbally and in writing, supervise, delegate authority, plan and organize workload, strategic planner, meets deadlines, and monitor clinic schedule prioritizing and revising as necessary. Able to comprehend and apply new concepts expeditiously. Assistant Station Commander, Quality Control, developed Future Soldier Training Program, Partnership for Youth Success, March2Success Program, organized Picnic in the Park event with 19,000 people in attendance, volunteered to coach youth football for Southwest Elementary School in Savannah, GA. Wrote and published the Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) for Hinesville, GA Recruiting Operation.

Education and Training
Grantham University Lenexa, KS Expected in : Business Management - GPA :
Central Texas College Killeen, TX Expected in : - GPA :
Lineville High School Lineville, AL, Expected in 05/1994 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Certifications

Station Commander 220 hours 2/2019 - 3/2019, Army Recruiter 245 hours, 8/2014 – 10/2014, Structured Self Development (SSD) III 54 hours, 4-2012 – 3/2015, Structured Self Development (SSD-IV) 76 hours, 4/2014 - 7/2014, Petroleum and Water Specialist Senior Leaders Course, 5 weeks, 3/2014 – 4/2014, Noncommissioned Officer Advanced Leadership Course, 5/2011 – 6/2011, Primary Leadership Development Course, 5/2002 – 6/2002, Truck Master NCOIC, Student Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Proctor, Voter Registration NCOIC, Privacy Act Statement NCOIC, Technical Transportation of Hazardous Material, 80 hours, 3/2012 – 3/2012, Defense Against Suicide Bombing, 10/2011 – 9/2012, Conflict Management and Negotiation Strategies, 10/2011 – 9/2012, Basis Noncommissioned Officers Course, 96 hours, 2/2009 – 2/2009, Total Army Training Systems Primary Leadership Development, 5 weeks, 5/2002 -6/2002, Supervisor Development Course, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, Manager Development Course, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, Action Officer Development Course, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, Defense Preservation and Packing Course, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, Support Operations, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, Defense Marking for Shipment and Storage, 11 months, 10/2001 – 9/2002, proficient in Microsoft Office Programs and Software

Experience
US Army - Station Commander
City, STATE, 04/2019 - 02/2020

Direct and lead Army Recruiting Station covering an area of 4000 square miles with a population of over 140,000 people, directly effecting market expansion. Establish and has maintained a network within the community with 19 high schools, six colleges, parents as well as educators. Perform searches for qualified candidates by visiting high schools, venues, job fairs, media advertisements, etc. Review and evaluate applicant’s qualifications as well as eligibility for specific career field for either a Commissioned Officer or Enlisted personnel for the U.S. Army. Interview recruit to obtain information on work history, training, education, job skills if any, and future goals. Evaluate recruits criteria to ensure conformance to professional, statically, or testing standards, recommending revisions if needed. Inform recruits of Army benefits, responsibilities, compensation, bonuses, working conditions, promotion opportunities, the purpose of physical fitness and maintaining physical as well as mental health. Review recruits application for enlistment to confirm required scores for Military Occupations Specialist (MOS) with requirements. Analyze recruits data and prepare required reports. Assist in preparation of incoming service members transitioning into the military as well as the importance of completion of forms given to them to ensure all conditions are met as promised prior to the swear in process. Develop and deliver briefings, status, staff reports, and correspondence to managers in order to analyze issues. Write and update Standard Operation Procedures. Achieved 100% mission accomplishment for both Regular Army and Army Reserves for 2019 as well as achieving the battalion's Top Future Soldier Retention Program for 2019.

US Army - Army Recruiter
City, STATE, 11/2014 - 03/2019

Serve as Army Ambassador covering an area of 3200 square miles with a population of over 30,000 people, directly effecting market expansion. Establish and has maintained a network within the community with 5 high schools, one college, parents as well as educators. Perform searches for qualified candidates by visiting high schools, venues, job fairs, media advertisements, etc. Review and evaluate applicant’s qualifications as well as eligibility for specific career field for either a Commissioned Officer or Enlisted personnel for the U.S. Army. Interview recruit to obtain information on work history, training, education, job skills if any, and future goals. Evaluate recruits criteria to ensure conformance to professional, statically, or testing standards, recommending revisions if needed. Inform recruits of Army benefits, responsibilities, compensation, bonuses, working conditions, promotion opportunities, the purpose of physical fitness and maintaining physical as well as mental health. Review recruits application for enlistment to confirm required scores for Military Occupations Specialist (MOS) with requirements. Analyze recruits data and prepare required reports. Assist in preparation of incoming service members transitioning into the military as well as the importance of completion of forms given to them to ensure all conditions are met as promised prior to the swear in process. Develop and deliver briefings, status, staff reports, and correspondence to managers in order to analyze issues. Write and update Standard Operation Procedures. Achieved 100% mission accomplishment for both Regular Army and Army Reserves for 2017 as well as achieving the battalion's Top Future Soldier Retention Program for 2017.

United States Army - Logistical Manager
City, STATE, 11/2001 - 10/2014

Served as Liaison NCO responsible for initiation and monitoring mobilization and deployment activities with a worldwide mission to execute the Global War on Terrorism. Ensured all procedural and administrative tasks were performed for the timely and correct completion of actions individually or delegated. Monitored authorizations, distributions, professional development, strengths, and assignments for all officers. Prepared statistical data to prepare management level briefings that detailed policies and procedures that assisted in making assignment decisions and future changes to distribution and readiness. Monitored unit training and provided critical information to the Division Command Group concerning all aspect of Division operations. Responsible for morale, welfare, and training of senior Noncommissioned Officers and Officers on proper Division procedures. Responsible for supervision, health, and welfare, and combat readiness of more than 30 junior enlisted soldiers. Ensured all junior enlisted in my section were enrolled in Army Correspondence Program and college courses resulting in 100% participation. Ensured soldiers were trained and maintained military driver’s licenses. Guided newly assigned soldiers to the battalion and was held accountable for their training, safety, and welfare. Prepared and submitted weekly and monthly fuel reports to battalion headquarters. Ensured all mandatory training was completed to standards to include basic rifle marksmanship, CTT, NBC, APFT, and combat lifesaver training was completed to standard. Directed dispatching, routing, and tracking of transportation of vehicles. Implemented scheduled or policy changes for transportation of vehicles. Responsible for maintenance and accountability for over $1 million in equipment including a Tactical Water Purification System. Responsible for receipts and accountability of Class III and Class I products. Assigned duties, performed spot checks, and instructed subordinates work. Directed reclamation and disposition of petroleum products. Determined source of product contamination in storage areas and pipelines. Supervised aircraft refueling and defueling operations. Assured adherence to safety procedures and ensured keeping of an efficient clean and safe environment.

United States Army National Guard - Logistical Manager
City, STATE, 08/1993 - 08/2000

Performed test to check the qualities and grades of products such as assessing levels of bottom sediment, water, and foreign materials in oil samples using centrifugal testers. Conducted fuel purification test on aviation fuel. Obtained petroleum test samples from storage tanks, barges, and tankers. Applied fire prevention and safety control procedures in handling all petroleum, oil, and lubricant products. Recorded and compiled operating data, instrument readings, documentation, and results of laboratory analyses. Operated auxiliary equipment and control multiple processing units during distilling or treating operations, moving controls that regulated valves, pumps, compressors, and auxiliary equipment. Verified that incoming and outgoing products are moving through the correct meters and that meters on vehicles worked properly. Read automatic gauges at specified intervals to determine the flow rate of petroleum into or from tanks and the amount of petroleum into tanks.

Analyzed chemicals for strength, purity, and toxic qualities.

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School Attended

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  • Central Texas College
  • Lineville High School

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