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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Ability to be flexible, organized, and function in stressful situations multi-task and prioritize quickly
Communicate well in English both verbal and written
Strong communication skills and basic computer knowledge and administrative skills

Self-confident passionate about helping people and public safety with strong knowledge of local laws and regulations.

Works well in high adrenaline situations and fast paced environments.

Skilled at fostering public safety through timely response and resolution of public and domestic disturbances. Exceptional communicator with skill for alleviating tension in high-pressure situations.

Skills
  • Results-focused
  • Decision making
  • Individualized care
  • Activity planning
  • Proctoring
  • Personable
  • Analytical skills
  • Effective listening
  • Behavioral/cognitive skills development
  • Tutoring and coaching
  • Special needs students
  • CPR/First-aid certified
  • Parent/teacher conferences
  • Quizzes, tests and exams
  • Title I knowledge
Experience
01/2007 to 05/2010 Substitute Teacher Contra Costa County Office Of Education | Pleasant Hill, CA,
  • Special Needs Teacher and Educational Assistant
  • Engaged students in discussions to promote interest and drive learning.
  • Helped learners of all abilities build learning and study skills to promote life-long educational goals.
  • Implemented lesson plans outlined by classroom teacher to educate students about key concepts.
  • Built and strengthened positive relationships with students, parents and teaching staff.
  • Applied proactive behavior management techniques for classroom discipline.
  • Taught students fundamental building blocks and advanced concepts.
  • Differentiated classroom and small group instruction to meet needs of students with different learning styles and ability levels.
  • Enforced classroom routines to keep students on set schedule and operating at consistent level.
  • Maintained current student attendance and assignment records to prevent lapses during teacher absences
  • Documented growth, development and understanding displayed by all students through outlined grading procedures and assessment strategies.
  • Proctored standardized tests, maintaining strict requirements and complete student records.
  • Developed rules and set goals to maintain order in classroom.
  • Promoted learning by leveraging range of traditional and modern instructional strategies.
  • Supervised lunchroom and recess activities.
  • Kept detailed records of student progress, attendance and assignments using Power School.
  • Assigned, explained and graded homework.
  • Administered and graded tests and quizzes and reported performance to primary teacher.
  • Directed group activities to promote immersive, play-based learning.
  • Taught 15 Special Needs students for four months, keeping up with lesson plans and student assignments.
  • Provided instruction for 15+ students in all subject areas.
  • Educated elementary school students in various subjects to provide seamless transition during absence of head teacher.
  • Stayed up to date with current regional curriculums to maintain readiness for long- and short-term substitute jobs.
  • Oversaw pop quizzes, material exams and standardized tests.
  • Reported problem students to Principal, maintaining control of classrooms of up to 15 students.
  • Mentored, tutored, and instructed students in need of additional support after school and during planning times.
  • Cleaned classroom and teaching areas after daily use, maintaining high standards for organization.
  • Took notes and prepared reports on school day activities to provide to primary teacher.
  • Assigned homework to students based on curricula and made modifications based on daily progress.
08/2012 to 08/2013 Substitute Teacher Contra Costa County Office Of Education | Pleasant Hill, CA,
  • Special Needs Teacher and Educational Assistant
  • Engaged students in discussions to promote interest and drive learning.
  • Helped learners of all abilities build learning and study skills to promote life-long educational goals.
  • Implemented lesson plans outlined by classroom teacher to educate students about key concepts.
  • Built and strengthened positive relationships with students, parents and teaching staff.
  • Applied proactive behavior management techniques for classroom discipline.
  • Taught students fundamental building blocks and advanced concepts.
  • Differentiated classroom and small group instruction to meet needs of students with different learning styles and ability levels.
  • Enforced classroom routines to keep students on set schedule and operating at consistent level.
  • Maintained current student attendance and assignment records to prevent lapses during teacher absences.
  • Documented growth, development and understanding displayed by all students through outlined grading procedures and assessment strategies.
  • Proctored standardized tests, maintaining strict requirements and complete student records.
  • Developed rules and set goals to maintain order in classroom.
  • Promoted learning by leveraging range of traditional and modern instructional strategies.
  • Supervised lunchroom and recess activities.
  • Kept detailed records of student progress, attendance and assignments using Power School.
  • Assigned, explained and graded homework.
  • Administered and graded tests and quizzes and reported performance to primary teacher
  • Directed group activities to promote immersive, play-based learning.
  • Taught 15 Special Needs students for four months, keeping up with lesson plans and student assignments.
  • Provided instruction for 15+ students in all subject areas.
  • Educated elementary school students in various subjects to provide seamless transition during absence of head teacher.
  • Stayed up to date with current regional curriculums to maintain readiness for long- and short-term substitute jobs.
  • Oversaw pop quizzes, material exams and standardized tests.
  • Reported problem students to Principal, maintaining control of classrooms of up to 15 students.
  • Mentored, tutored, and instructed students in need of additional support after school and during planning times.
  • Cleaned classroom and teaching areas after daily use, maintaining high standards for organization.
  • Took notes and prepared reports on school day activities to provide to primary teacher.
  • Assigned homework to students based on curricula and made modifications based on daily progress.
08/2016 to 11/2016 Police Officer Citizen Trainee Albuquerque Police Department | City, STATE,

• Accepted into the Albuquerque Police Department Citizen Police Academy taught by Officer Sharon Saavedra.
• Twelve-week training where I completed classroom training in: Law Enforcement philosophy, policies, guiding principles of law enforcement and ethical conduct governing police services.
• Successfully completed classroom and hands on training in: Homicide, Crime Scene Investigations, S.W.A.T., K-9, Narcotics, CSI, Animal Control, Sex Crimes, Cyber Crime, Firearms, Live Ammo Firearms, and Crisis Intervention
• Successfully completed Officer Selection and Training, Laws of Arrest, Search & Seizure, Use of Force and Hands on Scenario Based Training, CPR and basic lifesaving medical techniques.
• Completed three separate 8-hour ride-along's with APD.
• Boosted community safety, exhibited knowledge of motor vehicle accident investigations, including DUIs and crashes, and being present while field sobriety tests were being conducted at DUI checkpoints.
• Successfully completed the course and was awarded a diploma by Chief Gordon Eden (ret.) at graduation.

02/2017 to 05/2017 Sheriff Citizen Trainee Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department | City, STATE,
  • Accepted into the Bernalillo County Sheriffs Office Citizen Police Academy taught by Recruiting Deputy Anton Maltby, Lead Background investigator Rodney Gilliam, along with other Deputy's from New Mexico's largest county law enforcement agency in the state.
  • Intense sixteen weeks where I completed both classroom and hands on training, in: Specialty Units (S.W.A.T., K-9, Narcotics, CSI, Animal Control, Sex Crimes, Cyber Crime, etc.)
  • Successfully completed Officer Selection and Training, Laws of Arrest, Search & Seizure, Use of Force and Hands on Scenario Based Training, CPR and basic life saving medical techniques.
  • Completed three separate 8 hour ride-along's with BCSO, and a fly-along with the BCSO Air Support.
  • Boosted community safety, exhibited knowledge of motor vehicle accident investigations, including DUIs and crashes, and being present while field sobriety tests were being conducted at DUI checkpoints.
  • Successfully completed the course and was awarded a diploma by Sheriff Manuel Gonzales at graduation.
Education and Training
Expected in 07/2014 to to Bachelor of Science | Criminal Justice And Psychology Troy University, Troy, AL GPA:
Certifications
  • State of New Mexico K-12 Substitute Teacher Certificate,
  • State of New Mexico Pre K-12 Educational Assistant License, current
  • Certificate of completion Feb 2017 to May 2017
  • Certificate of completion of August 2016 to November 2016

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School Attended

  • Troy University

Job Titles Held:

  • Substitute Teacher
  • Substitute Teacher
  • Police Officer Citizen Trainee
  • Sheriff Citizen Trainee

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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