Jennifer Schock

Army 66 O-3, Active Duty

Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX

Years of Service: 7 years, December 2013 - Present

ETS July 2021


Experience

Nurse, U. S. Army,
June 2019 - Present

Department Manager, U. S. Army,
November 2018 - June 2019

Nurse, U. S. Army,
July 2017 - November 2018

Education

Bachelors of Science, Troy University,
August 2011 - December 2013

Work Experience

Nurse June 2019 - Present

Army | 66 | O-3 | Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX, USA

  • Recognized the disruptive effects of illness and hospitalization on the patient and family; identified stressors and coping strategies for patients and families.
  • Documented nursing care, patient care management, and workload (volume and acuity) data in accordance with regulations and policies.
  • Provided guidance and supervision to professional colleagues and nursing support staff for their professional growth and job satisfaction.

Department Manager November 2018 - June 2019

Army | 66 | O-3 | Fort Polk, Fort Polk South, LA, USA

  • Led and influenced subordinate operations managers and team leaders to accomplish critical tasks and achieve department objectives.
  • Employed a leadership operations process to visualize, describe, direct, and assess the work while achieving business result.
  • Demonstrated sound critical reasoning skills when assessing business situations, reaching conclusions, and making decisions.
  • Ensured that the organization was always able to fully execute its mission by evaluating strengths and limitations and directing actions to improve the situation.
  • A leader role model who exhibited high standards, discipline and provided effective examples through personal actions.
  • Demonstrated a unique capacity to assess situations effectively and draw sound conclusions.

Nurse July 2017 - November 2018

Army | 66 | O-3 | Fort Polk, Fort Polk South, LA, USA

  • Initiated emergency care based on professional knowledge, judgment, and skills; ensures a safe patient care environment.
  • Created a therapeutic environment for the physiological, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual well–being of patients, families, and healthcare providers.
  • Participated in the development, implementation, and evaluation of performance/quality improvement, risk management, and utilization management programs.

Nurse January 2017 - June 2017

Army | 66 | O-2 | 1 Jarrett White Road, Honolulu, HI, USA

  • Initiated emergency care based on professional knowledge, judgment, and skills; ensures a safe patient care environment.
  • Created a therapeutic environment for the physiological, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual well–being of patients, families, and healthcare providers.
  • Collaborated and coordinated with other healthcare providers in patient care management, making referrals to other healthcare agencies and disciplines as appropriate.

Assistant Department Manager October 2015 - January 2017

Army | 66 | O-2 | 1 Jarrett White Road, Honolulu, HI, USA

  • Employed a leadership operations process to visualize, describe, direct, and assess the work of ## department team members.
  • Displayed a sound understanding of the effect of external market influences on the competitive advantage of the business .
  • Demonstrated a unique capacity to assess situations effectively and draw sound conclusions.

Top Skills

Skills Verified by Purepost

AWARDS

Army Commendation Medal

July 2019

Army Commendation Medal

June 2017

Army Overseas Service Ribbon

June 2017

Army Achievement Medal

May 2015

Army Achievement Medal

August 2014

Training and Certifications

EDUCATION

Bachelors of Science, Nursing

Troy University, Troy, AL, USA

August 2011 - December 2013 , GPA: 3.8

Associates of Science, General Studies

Northwest Florida State College, Niceville, FL, USA

August 2000 - May 2003 , GPA: 4.0

High School or GED

August 1995 - May 1999 , GPA: 4.0