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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer  with more than  Seven years of senior-level leadership and management experience in facilities, operations, logistics, program management and training and development.


Skills
  • Skilled researcher
  • Training and development
  • Troubleshooting
  • Risk management assessments
  •  use of recovery vehicles such as wreckers and hoisting vehicles
  • working in high stress, complex situations and diverse organizations
  • interpersonal communication skill.
  • supervised personnel and provided technical guidance to the personnel in the accomplishment of duties
  • Conversant in Spanish





Education
Chapman University FT Lewis, Wa. Expected in Current BBA : Oranizational Leadership - GPA :
American University of Puerto Rico Bayamon, Puerto Rico Expected in 1999 Associate of Arts : Bussiness Management - GPA :
Benedict School of Languages and Commerance Hato Rey, Puerto Rico Expected in 1994 certificate : Hotel Administration - GPA :
High School Fransico Morales Naranjito, Puerto Rico Expected in 1992 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Certifications
SOLE Demonstrated Senior Logistician
Work History
US Army - 915A - Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
City, STATE, 04/2013 - Current
  • Delivered logistical support maintenance and verified the Battalion  deploying to National training center and Pueblo Army Depot had the necessary supplies and equipment to accomplish the mission.
  • With very little systems in place, I established a fully functional motorpool facility.
  • Developed systems and processes to ensure that the Battalion's maintenance was executed and able to generate and maintain combat power for our warfighter.
  • Planned, organized and executed field maintenance of Wheeled vehicles, Light track vehicles, Self-propelled artillery systems, Fire control, Armament, Ground support and Power-driven chemical equipment.
  • Diagnosed tests and analyzed malfunctions of unit equipment. ·         Directed the establishment and operation of lists for field repair and maintenance-related operations.
  • Established and enforced shop fire and safety programs.
  • Managed unit calibration requirements and unit-level oil analysis program. Prepares readiness reports.
  • Wrote and updated internal standard operating procedures (SOPs) for maintenance areas.
  • Directed emergency recovery and repair for all unit equipment. Manages The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS).
  • Managed scheduling of periodic maintenance and services.
  • Managed and  dispatched of passenger, cargo and combat vehicles.
  • Managed, requisitioning and exchanged of repair vehicles and disposal of petroleum, oil and lubricant (POL) products Establishes internal procedures to receive, issue and store tools, parts, publications and POL products.
  • Mentored and trained over 45 maintenance Soldier and 30 Officer on how to read different maintenance reports.
  • Saved the U.S. government $500k in equipment service kit transportation costs by inducting equipment, not in use into the low usage program.
  • Directed logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.
  • Supported senior ranking officials in logistics decision making.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance at 10/20-level and Depot level maintenance.
  • Oversaw block four upgrades program on 2-12FA M777 Howitzer.
  • Briefed the Battalion and Brigade command on equipment readiness status.
  • Coordinated contracted maintenance support for all units assigned to the battalion.
  • Supervised 60 maintenance Soldiers from different army base with zero accident during 2016 Army ROTC Cadet summer Training.




US Army - 915A-Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
City, STATE, 07/2009 - 03/2013
  • Plans, organizes, and executes field maintenance of wheeled and light tracked vehicles, self-propelled artillery systems, and fire control, armament, ground support, and powered driven chemical equipment.
  • Diagnosed, tests, and analyzes malfunctions of unit equipment.
  • Directed the establishment and operation of unit shop stock lists for field repair and maintenance related operations.
  • Established and enforces shop fire and safety programs.     
  • Managed unit calibration requirements and unit level oil analysis program.        
  • Prepared readiness reports.
  • Writes and updates internal SOPs for maintenance areas.         
  • Directs emergency recovery and repair for all unit equipment.         
  • Manages the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS).
  • Manages scheduling of periodic maintenance and services.        
  • Manages dispatch of passenger, cargo, and combat vehicles.         
  • Manages requisitioning and exchange of repair parts and disposal of POL products.          
  • Establishes internal procedures to receive, issue, and store tools, parts, publications, and POL products. ·        
  • Prepared daily, weekly and monthly situational reports for higher headquarters.  
  • Supervised all Maintenance logistical functions supporting a battalion of 500 Soldiers.         
  • Manage six BCTs on hand equipment and NMC status through various running reports such as daily 026 prints, ILAP, daily equipment trackers sent from each BCT and through numerous maintenance meetings.           
  • Ensure Army systems of record are properly used by contracted maintenance support.         
  • Improve reporting and tracking of AC1st jobs/manhour reporting IOT provide effective analysis for MST realignment and the drawdown of contract maintenance.         
  • Participate in Deep Dive and FSR working groups to minimize equipment down time.         
  • Managed Commanders Safety program toward the goal of 100% accident-free.    
  • Managed the use of test equipment for troubleshooting malfunctions also established logistic support using the Unit Level Logistics Systems Ground (ULLS-G).      
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance at 10/20-level and Depot level maintenance.





US ARMY - 91H20/30/40- Track Vheicle Repairer
City, STATE, 04/2005 - 07/2009
  • Identified and resolved equipment shortages.        
  • Repair diesel power plants/packs, compression ignition engine fuel, systems and compression ignition air induction systems.
  • Fixed vehicle air cooling systems and vehicle liquid cooling systems, and track hull electrical systems and automatic transmission assemblies.
  • Service track vehicle cross drive transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake systems and fire extinguisher/suppression systems.
  • Planned and executed recovery vehicle Operations.
  • Performed duties in preceding skill levels, supervises junior grade Soldiers and provides technical guidance to the Soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Supervised the repair of fuel systems, fuel system components, electrical systems, electrical system components, diesel engines, cooling systems, transmissions, brake systems, steering systems, hydraulic systems, and auxiliary drives.
  • Inspected and troubleshoots track vehicle automotive systems and classifies equipment.

US ARMY - 63H/H8 Track Vehicle Repairer
City, STATE, 08/1999 - 06/2005
  • Advanced level Track Vehicle Repairers supervise and train other Soldiers within the same discipline.
  • Repairing gas turbine power plants/packs, diesel power plants/packs, compression ignition engine fuel, systems and compression ignition air induction systems.
  • Maintaining and repairing vehicle air cooling systems, vehicle liquid cooling systems, automatic transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake systems and tracked vehicle hydraulic assemblies.
  • Troubleshooting problems in vehicle engines, electrical systems, steering, brakes and suspensions.
  • Tuning and repairing engines.
  • Replacing or repairing damaged vehicle body parts, hydraulic arms or shovels, and grader blades.
  • Establishing and following schedules for maintaining vehicles.
  • H8—Vehicle Recovery specialist

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School Attended

  • Chapman University
  • American University of Puerto Rico
  • Benedict School of Languages and Commerance
  • High School Fransico Morales

Job Titles Held:

  • 915A - Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
  • 915A-Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
  • 91H20/30/40- Track Vheicle Repairer
  • 63H/H8 Track Vehicle Repairer

Degrees

  • BBA
  • Associate of Arts
  • certificate
  • High School Diploma

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