Jennifer T. Matteson
143 Northern Blvd. (910) 231-3550
Wilmington, NC 28401


To obtain a position in the medical profession that will allow me to utilize my skills and provide an opportunity for professional growth and advancement.


A.A.S. in Medical Office Administration, 2011
Cape Fear Community College, Wilmington, NC

A.A.S. in Business Administration, 2008
Cape Fear Community College, Wilmington, NC

B. A. in English/Professional Writing, 2005
University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC


American Academy of Professional Coders
Member August 2011-Present
Certified Professional Coder (CPC-A) November 2011


Medical Office Simulation Software (MOSS), Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, PageMaker and Internet research.


Measurement Incorporated, Wilmington, NC (3/2011 – 4/2011)
Reader/evaluator responsible for scoring student essays for content, organization, grammatical convention, and/or the student's ability to communicate and to respond to a specific directive. Operated in a repetitive task situation, maintained confidentiality, used the required scoring procedures and sustained consistent and reliable scoring throughout the project.

U. S. Census Bureau, Wilmington, NC (4/2010 – 7/2010)
Conducted interviews with residents in assigned areas by following stringent guidelines and confidentiality laws. Elicited information following a script, and recorded census data on forms. Assessed quality control levels on selected addresses, and maintained records for quality control verification. Complied with accuracy standards while maintaining high production rates. Maintained records of hours worked, units produced, miles driven, quality control results, and expenses incurred in the performance of duties.

U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington, NC (2/2006 – 10/2006)
Provided clerical support for Emergency Management in reconciling information for the largest water mission in FEMA’s history. The work involved searching and compiling information using Microsoft Access and Excel, identifying correct billing information, labeling and filling paperwork in an appropriate manner, computing volume amounts, calculating periods of time for accuracy, and the use of concise statements in identifying potential problems.