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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Profile
QUALIFICATION SUMMARY Four years of direct experience in passenger training; my abilities encompass the full understanding and active utilization of the Code of Ethics as well as the AVO's in the screening process in which forms the foundation of Standard Operating Procedures. Coupled with twenty years of progressive management experience while serving in the United States Navy; which includes decision making, quality control, administrative and personal services support, human relations education, resource management, and personnel training in all areas of safety awareness, hazardous material identification and disposal.
Qualifications
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Relevant Experience

Documentation

  • Wrote and edited documents to keep staff informed on policies and procedures.

Developed and implemented [<Number>] information security and risk management programs covering everything from assessment to management to optimization.Advanced certifications in TIG, MIG and Arc welding.Personally responsible for over $ 1million of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages. Expanded multi-lateral relations with United States and United Ariab Emirates to strengthen security and partnership. Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $1 million during multiple overseas deployments.

Experience
2002 to Current
Transportation Security Inspector Department Of Homeland Security Las Vegas, NV,
  • DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY - TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA).
2008 to Current
Transportation Security Inspector (TSI) Aviation Security Management Bozeman, MT,
  • Provided direct support to seven (7) South Texas airports. Performed on-sight assessments/investigations of airport, air carriers, flight schools, and repair stations to determine security posture. Monitor compliance with applicable transportation security policies, regulations and agreements. Identify potential problem areas or deviations from prescribed standards to ensure overall adequacy, effectiveness and efficiency of security posture. Under limited managerial direction, determine when enforcement action should be initiated and recommend the type of action and level of penalty Provide guidance to airport(s) and air carriers on the development and/or modification of security plans to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements Maintain knowledge of the concepts, principles and methods of aviation security programs and policies Write inspection/investigation narrative reports and analyze potential problems or deviations to coordinate development of security plans and corrective action compliance plans.
2003 to 2008
Lead Transportation Security Officer (LTSO) Aviation Security Management Glasgow, MT,
  • Implemented, coordinated and provided technical expertise as the subject matter expert ASAP testing for Corpus Christi International Airport (CRP), Brownsville/South Padre Island International Airport (BRO), Valley International Airport (HRL) and McAllen-Miller International Airport.
2002 to 2008
LEAD TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICER (LTSO) Department Of Homeland Security Lincoln, NE,
  • Served as certified Training Authorized Instructor - Explosive for three (3) years Functioned as the sole Explosive Trainer for three (3) south Texas airports planned, scheduled and delivered the most current explosives training to two hundred (200) employees.
  • sixty (60) screening staff members with more curriculum's to follow in the future Performed all new hire training, cross training dual function officer certifications and remedial training as necessary Scheduled and delivered Improvised Explosive Device (IED) related training.
  • Logged approximately one hundred (100) hours of classroom instruction delivering subject matter material i.e., explosives and components.
  • Served as Lead Transportation Security Officer for three (3) years Managed security checkpoint and baggage operations serving and protecting the traveling public by preventing deadly or dangerous objects from being transported onto aircraft.
2002 to 2005
TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICER (TSO) Transportation Security Administration City, STATE,
  • Performed high security functions in order to protect and secure the nation's air traffic systems and ensure the freedom of movement for people and commerce.
  • Communicated on a daily basis with the traveling public concerning all screening functions and answers questions arising during and after all screening is performed.
  • Have extensive knowledge and experience dealing with people with disabilities, their limitations and the security requirements necessary to achieve world-class customer service.
  • Performed as Lead screener and acting supervisor was responsible for analyzing potential security threats and to leading team in developing security contingency plans to rectify potential problems.
1980 to 02/2000
NAVAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR UNITED STATES NAVY City, STATE,
  • Logged numerous hours of training regarding Chemical, Nuclear and Biological training using simulated material in the classroom and in the field for personnel placed in harm's way during the First Gulf War of 1990.
  • Received Letter of Commendation from Rear Admiral D.R. Morris, U.S. Navy Deputy for implementing the new Naval Education Training and Damage Control Personal Qualifications Standards Program which achieved the goal of maintaining crew knowledge proficiency of 98 percent.
1980 to 02/2000
WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR Unites States Navy City, STATE,
  • Was responsible for supervising thirty five (35) divisional damage control petty officers in maintaining fire fighting equipment, ventilations systems and training all personnel assigned Managed the most demanding and dynamic work center onboard any naval ship Built and maintained a working rapport with both senior and junior naval personnel Increased the shipboard damage control random accomplishment factor from 70% to 97% within three (3) months Gave training demonstrations and lectures to the Commanding Officer and executive staff Professionally managed and coordinated the Naval Air Station Disaster Preparedness Program and created a base wide database for personnel evacuation recalls.
Education
Expected in 1980 to to
C-1 Welding School: Certified 1983 Nuclear Components Welder:
EDUCATIION Reidsville High School - Reidsville San Diego, Georgia California
GPA:
Expected in to to
Safety/Quality Assurance Inspector: Certified 1986, Honolulu, Hawaii Navy Chemical/Biological Radiological Defense Operations and Training Specialists Course (A495-2062): Graduated November 1994 as Training Specialist:
- Fort McClellan, Alabama
GPA:
Expected in December 1997 to to
Texas Hurricane Preparedness Course (G961): Completed January 1999 Texas Disaster Recovery Course:
- ,
GPA:
Expected in December 1997 to to
40-Hour Hazardous Material Operator: Certified June 1997 Emergency Operations Center Management and Operations Course:
- ,
GPA:
Expected in June 20, 2008 to to
Transportation Security Inspector Basic Training Program, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Completed November 16, 2007 Transportation Security Inspector Investigations Course:
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
GPA:
Expected in to to
WickLander-Zulawski & Associates, Downers Grove, Illinois, the W-Z Method Interview Techniques Course: Completed June 20, 2008:
- ,
GPA:
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School Attended

  • EDUCATIION Reidsville High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Transportation Security Inspector
  • Transportation Security Inspector (TSI)
  • Lead Transportation Security Officer (LTSO)
  • LEAD TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICER (LTSO)
  • TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICER (TSO)
  • NAVAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR
  • WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR

Degrees

  • C-1 Welding School: Certified 1983 Nuclear Components Welder
  • Safety/Quality Assurance Inspector: Certified 1986, Honolulu, Hawaii Navy Chemical/Biological Radiological Defense Operations and Training Specialists Course (A495-2062): Graduated November 1994 as Training Specialist
  • Texas Hurricane Preparedness Course (G961): Completed January 1999 Texas Disaster Recovery Course
  • 40-Hour Hazardous Material Operator: Certified June 1997 Emergency Operations Center Management and Operations Course
  • Transportation Security Inspector Basic Training Program, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Completed November 16, 2007 Transportation Security Inspector Investigations Course
  • WickLander-Zulawski & Associates, Downers Grove, Illinois, the W-Z Method Interview Techniques Course: Completed June 20, 2008

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