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Location: Laramie, WY, USA
University: University of Wyoming
Major: BA Elementary Education BA Psychology


Jessica Wilhelmsen

Professional Summary: Educator/Administrative Assistant 20+ years’ experience; provided in educational services, administrative duties, and client-related services within the academic and medical arenas.
Maintains a well-build administrative, development and organizational strengths; for confidential services. Mature in discretion and judgment, with proven success in keeping thorough and accurate records for coordinating projects. Also, skilled at prioritizing workloads and multi-tasking within a fast-paced environment to ensure excellence in sustained deadlines that are consistently met.
Core Competencies include, but not limited to Curriculums Development and Implementation of Differentiation, Training Conflict Management, Interview/Selection Process Leadership & Team Building, Payroll Administration, Diversity Performance Standards Development.

Education & Certifications:
Masters of Science Program Villanova University: 3.7 GPA: Current course work finished final testing November 2018 for completion of Masters in Human Resource Management.

Bachelor of Arts Double Major Psychology and Elementary Education

May 2012; 3.8 GPA University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming

Associates Degree: General Studies: May 2007 Laramie County Community College
Florida Certification- K-6th Elementary Education, ESOL Certified working toward Reading endorsement.

Life Space Crisis Intervention: June 23, 2006 Trauma, PTSD & Traumatic Grief: Practical Assessment & Intervention December 6, 2006 Tweens, Teens, Toil, and Trouble: August 17, 2009

Professional Experience:
K-6th Professional Educator: 2010-Current: Curriculum Development and implementation of differentiation for classroom instruction based on individual skills assessments. Use of phonics and other instructional tools through 17+ years of training and classroom experiences to guide students toward optimal success. Dissemination of information and tracking data through weekly updates, data charts, and assessment reviews.

Hillsborough County School District K-6th 2011-Current
Cathedral Home for Children (Institutional Indorsement K-12th Grade) Youthworker 2010-2012
Training Committee: Presenter for Positive Behavior System. Trainer of expectation and implementation of strategies. Primary developer of lesson plans and curriculum for 2015 positive behavioral system.
Committee member/co-creator of 2015 Teacher Class schedules 1st – 5th Grade.

ILT- Instructional Leadership Team: Provide feedback to teachers to guide action plans for next step in curriculum and instruction.

2015 Senior Representative: Classroom Teachers Association (CTA): Knowledge of laws and rights associated with State and National policies and procedures for classroom teachers. 2015: Disseminate new policies to 32 school members.
Tutoring- Individualized targeted interventions based on students’ needs: Reading, Writing, Math and Science.
Newel Sargent Award: Valued Employee 2007 and 2009

Institutional Endorsement 2011-2012 K-12th: Taught 11th and 12th English Language Arts Reading/Writing, 4th-5th Pre-Algebra Also Computer Science for 6th-12th Graders. Led summer camp instruction in Mountain Biking. Summer 2011 and 2012. Ratio student to teacher 6:1 Residential Treatment for youth-at-risk.

President of Certifying Youthcare Workers: 2006-2013: Public Speaking, Organized Venue, Coordinated and Collaborated about event needs and scheduling.

Skills/Training: De-escalation techniques 2003-2012 (Life Space Crisis Intervention), Youth worker certification, Curriculum development, assessment, differentiation, instruction and data/trend analysis, Public Speaking, training development and implementation.

Office Manager Dental Office 1999-2003
Payroll for Dental Office
Annual and Quarterly taxes
Maintained office records and accounts.
Controlled accounts payable and receivable.
Closed office for Doctor upon retiring. (Itemized items, logged records). Occupational Health and Safety of office and personal.

Office Manager Mae Olson Education Center/ Human Resource Support 2003-2010 (Residential Treatment Facility serving Youth-at-Risk).
Payroll-calculated hours worked, sick and vacation leave
Developed new payroll tracking for school employees.
Wrote protocols for the summer program. Health and Safety for off campus summer trips.
Maintained teacher certification verifications. Spearheaded school data collection for Wyoming Department of Education, California Department of Education, NCA and JCAHO accreditations.
Supervised/evaluated 4 Teachers Assistants.
Revised Teachers Aid evaluation rubric.
Revised office manager evaluation rubric.
Used Human Resource data to compile reports for, JACHO, Department of Education, and National Certification.
Managed 1-million-dollar school budget for 22 school employees. Liaised with partners, vendors, clients and external accountants. Developed tracking system for employee purchases.
Facilitated Communication in order to minimize miscommunication and encourage cooperation. Designed and maintained student tracking system through outlook.
Developed reports based on student intake and outtake data. Developed facility schedules. Organized and maintained human resource protocols and procedures for school employees. Served on the committee in the revision and update of JACHO’s policies and procedures for the facility.
Assisted Director with daily operations of school while also providing support and training for school improvement planning and goal setting. Participated in any leadership initiatives. Assisted in the interview/hiring process.
Managed crisis issues and implemented resolution strategies for environmental safety. Collaborated with students’ counselors and therapist in monitoring behaviors for monthly progress reports.
Maintained confidentiality and upheld HIPPA laws. Developed, organized and participated in yearly summer program activities. Participated in the recruitment of new employees during job fairs, campus invites and community events. Lead tours for prospective employees and new employees. Trained new teachers’ aides, office manager, and summer mountain bike instructor. Administered career assessments.
National Delegate Certifying Youthcare Professionals CYP-voting rights (2011-present) President of Certifying Youthcare Professionals 2005-2012 Organized and held a yearly conference in Casper. Collaborated with stakeholders for recruitment of guest speakers.
Vendor negotiations/relations. Wrote workforce grant enabling 2 employees to attend National CYP Conference 2009. The recruitment process for becoming a Certified Youthcare Professional Time line of required actions for a successful event.
Host and Lead of Conference: Public Speaking. Clear communication with all parties for successful events. Quarterly Newsletters promoting WYACYCP—Wyoming Association of Child and Youthcare Professionals.
Additional Miscellaneous Experience:
Mt. Rainier National Park Desk Clerk/Night Bar Auditor 1998-1999
Associated with Human Resource skills.
Controlled accounts payable and receivable.

Night auditor of Mount Rainier Bar
Managed reservations.
Wyoming Commissioners Office S hiecretary/ Temp 1997-1998
Maintained daily schedules of County Commissioners
Filed documents
Recorded the weekly meeting minutes.

Wyoming Department of Transportation/ Dispatcher 1999-2008
2am-7am work shift Dispatching for Wyoming Highway Patrol
Reported Accidents and Emergency Situations
VMS Boards
Radio Broadcast
Highway patrol
Emergency personal- EMT
Transportation Personal
Recorded accidents
Database updates of weather events and closures/openings
Data tracking
Implemented road closures
Handled sensitive information

Summer maintenance- Patrol Housing updates, Lawn care, mapping VMS systems across the state.

Skills: Word processing, Excel, VMS, Radio broadcasting, multi-line phone system, public broadcasting, stress management for severe accidents, prioritizing needs based on weather and transportation crew information.