Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Experienced and adaptable professional with over 8 years of human resource leadership with an emphasis in personnel management, Succeeded in organizational effectiveness and leadership development training. Developed creative solutions to a vast array of challenges in arduous environments concerning personnel accountability, regulation and procedural modification in order to increase the effectiveness of personnel and organizational operability. Recognized for energetic and enthusiastic leadership directly related to innovative professional development training.
  • Secret Clearance Policies/ Problem ID and
  • Employee Procedures resolution
  • Relations Project Management
  • Training and Management Consultation
  • Development Performance and Social Skills
  • Written/Oral Evaluation Recruiting and
  • Communication Operations Retention
  • Leadership/ Team Management Human Capital
  • Building Coaching and Management
  • instructors/ test admistrators.
  • successfully eliminating assignment complaints.
  • Windows Office Mentorship
  • Skills & Abilities
  • Held direct accountability for planning, staffing, facilities management, and coordination of educational
  • program with 15,000 enrollees and 10 instructors/ test administrators. Placed and evaluated certified
  • Linchpin in unit quality improvement program. Devised new program to ensure equitable tasking
  •  Maintained accountability of 5,000 pieces of controlled testing material.
Supervisor/ TST, 01/2012 to 01/2014
Rtx, TX,
  • Tasked to prepare 5000 personnel for base wide-operational inspection; developed economical yet comprehensive plan with saved $125K in manpower costs and enhanced individual and unit superior performance Led cross-functional team that conducted strategic planning, developed budgets in excess of $200K, determined programming, and ensured compliance for school sites in the New England.
  • Personally led a joint command testing section which administers Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) and special purposes tests to over 45,000 Armed Service applicants in three years.
  • Planned, developed and evaluated education and training programs for 180 military, civilian, contract and volunteer employees assigned to the USMEPCOM, Boston MEPS.
  • Attended 152-hour Emergency Medical Technician Course.
  • Maintained a 91% NREMT passing rate; 22% above national average.
  • Responsible for training and educating as a Unit Prevention Leader (UPL), Drug and alcohol testing for past eight years in military units; conducting over 4000 tests with 0 positive results.
  • Developed and presented educational offering which reflect principles of adult learning and accepted techniques of instruction Successfully coordinated and implemented monthly training programs - assessed learning needs, created curriculum, presented instruction, and secured guest speakers Supervises joint service military and civilian personnel - provides team leadership, training and mentorship Consolidated Army, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard standards into comprehensive reference binders - improved accuracy rate 100% Implemented flawless quality control procedure -resulted in 99% accuracy rate for over 15000 recruit records Performed military pay services to establish, maintain, correct, and close pay accounts for active duty, reserve, and/or retired service members as well as annuitants, using standardized military pay rules, regulations, laws, procedures.
Section Manager, 01/2010 to 01/2011
City, STATE,
  • Managed a team of 17 for a Self Aid & Buddy Care training program for 1.3K military; prepared monthly status reports for Executive Staff on program compliance Developed annual training schedules for over 150 staff; ensured training completed and documented; received highest award from command on thoroughness of improved training program Inspired 300 staff members to participate in 24 organizational events; flawless consolidation of staff to reinforce unit camaraderie.
Armor Crewman, 01/2010 to
City, STATE,
  • Provided assisting to instruction to over 1400 students annually in a 14 week, 552-hour entry-level course, adhering to national and local requirements Devised creative schedule during extreme staffing shortage; displayed expert management of 45+ staff to assure 528 course hours matched 54 plans of instruction; ensured 100% deadlines met Prepared and distributed over 100 operation, situation maps and overlays.
Bachelor of Science: Studies, Expected in 2014
University of California Coast - Santa Ana, California
81 semester hours with GPA of 3.7
Advanced Managements Course US Army schools and courses: , Expected in
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Air Force, Army, budgets, Coaching, Oral, Consultation, facilities management, functional, inspection, instruction, Leadership, team leadership, Windows Office, Navy, organizational, personnel, Policies, programming, Project Management, quality improvement, quality control, Recruiting, staffing, strategic planning, Team Management, Technician, training programs, Written

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