Jaemi Henricksen


Seeking a position as a bartender where I can utilize the bartending skills obtained through Local Bartending School, including profit pouring, mixology, and knowledge of essential health and safety codes.


◉ Bartending – Utilize expansive knowledge of mixed beverages, specialty liquors and craft beers to serve customers and support waitstaff.

◉ Efficiency – Mix, pour and serve drinks for bar clientele as well as restaurant waitstaff. Serve meal options and answer customer questions about the drink and food menus.

◉ Friendly - Greets every customer with a hello and a smile, even if he or she cannot serve the customer right away. Being kind, even towards frustrated customers, is important

◉ Composure - maintains all the bartender qualities such as memory, communication, organization, and friendliness – even under pressure.

Education and Certification

Local Bartending School (2019)

eTIPs + Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education

◉ Go over glasses, tools and set bar

◉ Free Pour

◉ Shot pour

◉ Cutting Fruit

◉ Mixed drinks

◉ How to use a strainer and shaker

◉ Mixology and Popular Drink Recipes

◉ Checking ID’s

Western Nevada Community College, Carson City, NV (August 2000)

◉ Criminal Justice

Work Experience

Administrative Assistant - Nevada Rural Water Association (November 2016 – Present)

◉ Maintains the membership database, conducts analyses and generates reports using the database.

◉ Answers the telephones and fills requests for information.

◉ Coordinates and relays messages to Executive Director and the field staff.

◉ Transmits field staff logs and reports to meet reporting deadlines. When needed, proof reads logs, and prints out reports for Executive Director.

◉ Conducts regular and bulk mailings, including maintaining a supply of postage stamps and materials.

◉ Opens and distributes the mail and processes checks and cash received.

◉ Maintains e-mail address book (database).

◉ Maintains the NvRWA website.

◉ Assist Training Specialist with processing education contact hours and maintains the training database. Uses the database to conduct analyses and generate reports.

◉ Edits and type letters and reports for the Board of Directors and Executive Director.

◉ Makes travel arrangements for the staff and Board of Directors to In-Service, NRWA Annual Conference and other meetings as directed by the Executive Director.

◉ Assists the Executive Director with agenda, notices, materials and arrangements for the Board of Directors meetings. Assembles and mails Board packets and gathers and types minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors.

◉ Produces a quarterly magazine which is sent to all member systems, vendors, individual members and regulatory agencies and officials.

◉ Attends meetings of the Board of Directors, and other meetings as deemed necessary by the Executive Director.

◉ Assists the Executive Director with planning and implementation of the Annual Training and Technical Assistance Conference.

Legal Assistant / Office Manager - The Law Offices of Edward Bernard (September 2009 – January 2016)

◉ All aspects of transcribing, preparing, proofreading and editing legal documents, including but not limited to: complaints; petitions; notices of hearing; affidavits of mailing; affidavits of return receipts; accord and satisfactions; judgments; divorce decrees; premarital agreements; legal descriptions of properties; grant, bargain and sale deeds; assignments; operating agreements; living trusts; last will & testaments and

◉ Amendments thereto.

◉ Preparation and maintenance of files and legal documents.

◉ Composed correspondence.

◉ Legal transcription.

◉ Billing.

◉ Made daily deposits, reconciled general and trust accounts, issued checks, and paid

◉ Scheduling.

◉ Answered telephones.

◉ Scanned, faxed and e-mailed documents.

◉ Kept inventory of office supplies.

◉ Ordered/unloaded office supplies.

◉ Cleaned office weekly.

◉ Made/canceled personal appointments.

◉ Completed personal errands.

Legal Secretary - Carson City District Attorney’s Office (June 2007 – September 2008)

◉ Handled all aspects of transcribing, preparing, proofreading and editing legal documents including, but not limited to, criminal complaints, orders, appeals, briefs, interview summaries and subpoenas.

◉ Filed legal documents in district, municipal and justice courts compiled data for special projects, collected and assembled data and background materials for a variety of reports.

◉ Maintained calendars and schedules of activities, meetings and events, coordinated activities with other city departments, the public and outside agencies.

◉ Organized and maintained filing systems related to assigned areas or responsibility, responded to routine requests for information, and explained departmental policies and procedures.

◉ Maintained and input case statistics and prepared monthly case and offense statistical reports.

◉ Understood, prepared, and maintained files and legal documents.

◉ Issued and served subpoenas.

◉ Organized and maintained filing system.

◉ Composed correspondence.

◉ Scheduling.

◉ Answered telephones.

◉ Faxed and mailed documents.

Office Support Technician II - Carson City District Attorney’s Office (July 2000 – June 2007)

◉ Greeted and assisted and directed plaintiffs, defendants, defense counsel, police officers, and other city employees to appropriate resources or service providers, whether directly or by referral.

◉ Handled both cash and money orders received from defendants for court ordered restitution, wrote receipts, entered payments into QuickBooks and JustWare systems and issued payments to the plaintiffs accordingly.

◉ Reconciled trust account to ensure accuracy of deposits and withdrawals, prepared and presented reconciliation reports for auditing by the finance department.

◉ Analyzed problems and provided appropriate action.

◉ Prepared information and data for financial reports, maintained a variety of records, checked and tabulated basic data, and prepared simple related reports.

◉ Composed correspondence to victims to determine out-of-pocket expenses incurred due to automobile accidents, domestic battery, destruction of property, mayhem, embezzlement and other crimes.

◉ Followed up on any information received from victims, contacted the defendant to setup a payment plan.

◉ Composed order to show cause complaints if the defendant(s) did not pay make restitution payments as ordered by the court.

◉ Provided back-up support for all departments: Civil, Criminal, Child Support and Juvenile Divisions.

Receptionist - Carson City District Attorney’s Office (July 1999 – July 2000)

◉ Interacted with and directed visitors to appropriate division(s) based on personal need(s).

◉ Composed correspondence for Child Support, Criminal, Civil and Juvenile Divisions.

◉ Maintained files for the Child Support Division.

◉ Issued and served subpoenas.

◉ Typed and proofread reports, memorandums, agendas and statistical charts.

◉ Scheduled the use of city facilities by department staff members of the public.

◉ Received and entered information into multiple computer data bases.