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Jessica
Claire
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About Me||Cogeneration De­part. Summary

My Dedication to the success of the team. That is where it starts for me. My work ethic and experience. I believe I can make a difference.

My Belief 》》

"Working Hard.. Is The Key.. To All Ends."

This belief was the leading factor in my rise in the Power Generation-Engineering Industry.

REASON + STATEMENT 》》

Dedication Towards The End Goal. That Is THE REASON.

Working hard. Overcome, Overpower. That Is THE STATEMENT.

This belief.. WAS INSTILLED at AN EARLY AGE. When working with my father late nights in California. Going on garbage runs. Mostly picking up Cardboard/Garbage Material @ local restaurants and shoe stores. The larger the trash bin. The more material you find to sell.

The cardboard MATERIAL WAS THEN DROPPED OFF @ NEAR BY GARBAGE COLLECTION FACILITIES.

Doing this on a routine basis at a young age. Prepared me for the future. The impact of it all. Of working hard through It all. My dad would always Work Hard just to keep us above water. He would say work hard.. never stop moving. Overcome, Overpower. Hard work.

#1 Generation Engineer Op. One of the most intense positions due to the amount of pressure you can deal with during mechanical failures or Unforseen/Cannot Control Upsets. @ times even Operator error events can take place.

All in all.. It is safe to say. The position is one of the most impacful position in a Power Plant Facility. Work hard.. never stop moving. Overcome, Overpower.

Skills
  • Data management
  • Microsoft Office
  • Active listening
  • Conflict resolution
  • Basic math
  • Good work ethic
  • Maintenance & repair
  • Decision-making
  • Problem resolution
  • People skills
  • Analytical
  • Organization
  • Training & development
  • Team building
  • Critical thinking
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Friendly, positive attitude
Education and Training
Mount Vernon High School Mount Vernon, WA Expected in GED : - GPA :
Experience
SPI Cogeneration Department - #1 Generation Engineering Ctrl Op.
City, STATE, 05/2007 - 12/2007
  • After 1 year in the SPI Cogeneration Department
  • I moved up the ranks to become the youngest #1 Power Plant Operator in my company at the age of 19
  • 2 COGENERATION- PLANT OPERATOR, :
  • Responsible for conducting operations safely, reliably, efficiently, and in full compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Principal Duties and Responsibilities: -Start, stop, regulate, monitor and control boilers, turbine generators, and all auxiliary equipment
  • Check and adjust related set points within administrative guidelines to optimize plant performance and reliability
  • Observe, record, and interpret indications from instrumentation and control systems
  • Perform function testing of plan systems and components
  • Interpret acceptability of data in comparison with established standards or sound power plant practices
  • Assist in the investigation of plant problems, incidents, accidents, and unusual events, and provide analyses, recommendations, reports, and appropriate follow up plans
  • Reads and monitors gauges to see that boilers are functioning properly at the required level or range
  • Operates valves and adjust regulators to control flow of steam or water
  • Operates valves to blow sludge and scale from pressure system
  • Performs service work both inside and outside of boilers and bag house filter system
  • Performs plumbing and repair of air, water, and steam lines
  • Maintains chemical balance on both city water and boiler feed water
  • Operates various types of equipment dump truck, front end loader, back-up generator, steam turbine, etc
SPI Cogeneration Department - #2 Boiler||Turbine||Generator||
, STATE, 05/2007 - 12/2007

#2 COGENERATION- PLANT OPERATOR

(5/1/07 12/31/07)

Description :

• Responsible for conducting operations safely, reliably, efficiently, and in full compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.

• Principal Duties and Responsibilities: -Start, stop, regulate, monitor and control boilers, turbine generators, and all auxiliary equipment.

• Check and adjust related set points within administrative guidelines to optimize plant performance and reliability.

• Observe, record, and interpret indications from instrumentation and control systems.

• Perform function testing of plan systems and components.

• Interpret acceptability of data in comparison with established standards or sound power plant practices.

●Assist in the investigation of plant problems, incidents, accidents, and unusual events, and provide analyses, recommendations, reports, and appropriate follow up plans.

●Reads and monitors gauges to see that boilers are functioning properly at the required level or range.

●Operates valves and adjust regulators to control flow of steam or water.

●Operates valves to blow sludge and scale from pressure system.

●Performs service work both inside and outside of boilers and bag house filter system.

●Performs plumbing and repair of air, water, and steam lines.

●Maintains chemical balance on both city water and boiler feed water.

●Operates various types of equipment dump truck, front end loader, back-up generator, steam turbine, etc.

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SPI COGENERATION DEPARTMENT - #3 Heavy Equipment Operator
City, STATE, 01/2007 - 05/2007

(SPI Cogeneration Department)

Heavy Equipment Operator #3

Swept floors and assisted in keeping the work areas clean, safe and clear of debris.

• Proficient with backhoeski , excavators, track loaders, wheel loaders, rollers, water trucks, and grinders.

• Hauled mulch from the grinder to a stockpile and also hauled mulch from the stockpiles to the grinder.

• Operated track loaders to load trucks, move grinders, clear brush and trees, pushed brush to the grinder to be ground up into mulch, and performed land clearing.

• Operated track loaders and excavators to clean job sites of all trees and brush debris before we were done grinding.

• Excel at coordinating site preparation and guiding the crew to complete jobs on time and to specifications.

• Taught employee's to operate equipment safely such as wheel loaders, track loaders, excavators, grinders, and screening machines.

• Performed daily and monthly maintenance of all equipment and vehicles such as oil changes, filter replacement, greasing all equipment every day, blowing off equipment and filters, checking for anything coming apart, wearing out, and replacing parts when needed.

• Performed equipment maintenance including repairs, servicing, and installation.

Heavy Equipment Operator:

(Front Loaders, Back Hoes, Excavators, Track Loaders, Rollers, Man Lifts, Fork Lifts, Etc,)Excellent Communication, Reliable. Teamwork.

  • Employed heavy equipment operation best practices resulting in minimal complaints or incidents.

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School Attended

  • Mount Vernon High School

Job Titles Held:

  • #1 Generation Engineering Ctrl Op.
  • #2 Boiler||Turbine||Generator||
  • #3 Heavy Equipment Operator

Degrees

  • GED

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