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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

I am a student with passion for making difference in the world. I believe that the world is always changing and moving forward and requires motivated people to help lead the way. I enjoy investing my time into amazing opportunities that helps me to grow as a professional and as a person while helping to create opportunities and benefits for others. I believe that it is important to invest in the resources you have as well as to invest your time in an organization even if that meant not benefiting from it at all.

Experience
Volunteer, 06/2010 to Current
Ymca Twin CitiesWoodbury, MN,
  • Certified as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B)
  • Served as a member since July 2010 as a cadet
  • Qualified in providing CPR by the American Heart Association at Healthcare Provider level
  • Qualified in providing First Aid and other treatment as per protocol for EMT-B set by the Squad and the State of New Jersey
  • Reporting to Crew Chief with responsibility for doing the ambulance check and insuring their is no shortage of supplies on the rig
  • Responsible for assisting crew in providing care to patient at scene, enroute to hospital, and at the hospital until care has been appropriately transferred
  • Responsible for writing the appropriate information on the call sheet
  • Responsible for attaining coverage in the circumstance that I am unavailable during that shift
  • Proficient in operating an electronic charting system
  • Completed Emergency Medical Technician class
  • Completed CEVO course
  • Completed ICS-100, 200 & 700
  • Providing medical transport for patient as requested by dispatch
  • Being able to lift more than 50 lbs as needed
  • Checking the ambulance to see that it is fully stocked with equipment should it be needed during the crew's shift
  • Should be riding with Captain during the training period (at the start of employment) and be cleared from training at the Captain's discretion
  • In the instance of an incident by company policy, crew member(s) should be able to check the patient, contact dispatch, and write up an incident report & have it submitted at base
  • Must be capable of performing assessments of patient during the pick-up, transport, and arrival
  • Be able to make the necessary decision to do emergency transport in the circumstance that a patient under the crew's care suffers from an ailment(i.e., heart attack, stroke, seizure) that requires higher level of care and notify dispatch of situation and request for usage of lights/sirens
  • Be able to perform transports in a timely fashion and quickly respond to the next transport as given by base or Mountainside dispatch
  • Be able to retrieve all the necessary paperwork and information required from the hospital, nursing home, or patient care facility
  • Keeping track of times and mileage during transport
  • At the start of the crew's shift, crew must pick up radio from dispatch and transport sheet from rig folder
  • At the end of the crew's shift, crew must drop off radio and all patient charts and transport sheet either with dispatch or in the rig folder(if dispatch is not available)
  • Must be capable of operating an ambulance regardless of whether they are the attendant or the driver
EMT, 04/2013 to 06/2014
Cuyuna Regional Medical CenterLongville, MN,
  • Providing medical transport for patient as requested by dispatch
  • Being able to lift more than 50 lbs as needed
  • Checking the ambulance to see that it is fully stocked with equipment should it be needed during the crew's shift
  • Should be riding with Captain during the training period (at the start of employment) and be cleared from training at the Captain's discretion
  • In the instance of an incident by company policy, crew member(s) should be able to check the patient, contact dispatch, and write up an incident report & have it submitted at base
  • Must be capable of performing assessments of patient during the pick-up,transport, and arrival
  • Be able to make the necessary decision to do emergency transport in the circumstance that a patient under the crew's care suffers from an ailment(i.e., heart attack, stroke, seizure) that requires higher level of care and notify dispatch of situation and request for usage of lights/sirens
  • Be able to perform transports in a timely fashion and quickly respond to the next transport as given by base or Mountainside dispatch
  • Be able to retrieve all the necessary paperwork and information required from the hospital, nursing home, or patient care facility
  • Keeping track of times and mileage during transport
  • At the start of the crew's shift, crew must pick up radio from dispatch and transport sheet from rig folder
  • At the end of the crew's shift, crew must drop off radio and all patient charts and transport sheet either with dispatch or in the rig folder(if dispatch is not available)
  • Must be capable of operating an ambulance regardless of whether they are the attendant or the driver
Retail Sales Associate, 03/2012 to 03/2013
KohlsPort Chester, NY,
  • Providing excellent customer service
  • Having a through understanding of the products being sold in the department
  • Meeting daily sales goal as assigned by the system Maintaining the sales floor
  • Opening Macy's Star Rewards Credit Card for customers
  • Meeting the expectations of the department managers
  • Attending scheduled training classes
Assistant Martial Arts Instructor, 10/2008 to 05/2009
Can Do Fitness CenterCity, STATE,
  • Assisting the instructor in managing various classes
  • Experienced in martial arts to provide guidance to the students
  • Managing various classes of different belt levels, age groups, and class sizes
  • Reported to Head Instructor/Master/Instructor with responsibility for finishing assigned duty given
  • Assisting the Head Instructor in set-up/managing/clean up of student promotion exams
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2011 to Jonathan Dayton High School - Springfield, NJ
GPA:

Activities and Societies: Medical Careers Club, Peer Leader, Peer Mediation

: Political Science and Entrepreneurship, Expected in to Rutgers University Newark - Newark, NJ
GPA:

Political Science Topics in American Politics & Policy: Communication Skills for Political Leadership (21:790:463:03)

America & The World (21:790:202:02)

Introduction to Comparative Politics (21:790:372:61)

Modern Political Theory (21:790:372:61)

Topics in American Politics & Policy: Social Justice (21:790:463:62)


Activities and Societies: Newman Catholic Club

: , Expected in to Union County College Cranford - Cranford, New Jersey
GPA:
Relevant Experience

Treasurer (Fall 2014 & Spring 2015)

Rutgers University Newman Catholic Club, Newark, NJ

Responsible for the clubs account, uploading purchase requests, and refunding checks as well as assisting in event planning and working with the Office of Student Life


Volunteer EMT (July 2010 - Present)

Springfield First Aid Squad, Springfield, NJ

Responsible for responding to and assisting emergency patients of

Springfield and neighboring towns upon dialing 911 and safely transferring patient to higher healthcare facility


SyroRun 5K Committee Member (December 2014 - Present)

St. Thomas Syro-Malabar Forane Catholic Church - Youth Group, Somerset, NJ

Responsible in event planning, meeting with other committee members, acquiring sponsorships and donations, managing social media and promotion

Certifications

Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services

ID Number: 595771

Expiration: 12/31/2016


Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Healthcare Provider Level

American Heart Association

Training Center Name: Atlantic Training Center

Training Center ID: NJ000025

Training Center Info: P.O. Box 220, Mailbox #256, Summit, NJ 07902

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Skills

Political Communication, Microsoft Office, Leadership, Public Speaking, Management, Customer Service, Fundraising, Community Outreach, Teamwork, CPR Certified, Time Management

Community Service

Emergency Medical Technician, Springfield First Aid Squad, July 2010 - Present

Messenger, Overlook Hospital, July 2010 - July 2011

Extra Mile Volunteer, Newman Catholic Club, September 2014 - December 2014

Extra Mile Volunteer, Newman Catholic Club, January 2015 - Present

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Jonathan Dayton High School
  • Rutgers University Newark
  • Union County College Cranford

Job Titles Held:

  • Volunteer
  • EMT
  • Retail Sales Associate
  • Assistant Martial Arts Instructor

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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