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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Ambitious Aerospace Ground Equipment Journeyman eager to apply 6 years of technical knowledge to complete the mission. Looking forward to master new skills and techniques, while leveraging earned technical knowledge to eliminate problems and accelerate progress. Vast knowledge of Hydraulic, Generation, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas turbine engine maintenance and HVAC system.

Skills
  • Military life
  • Expertise in Aerospace Ground Support Equipment repair
  • Managing Hazmat/Hazwaste
  • Wiring diagram and schematic reading
  • Handling ESD
  • Effective team building
  • Dedicated
  • Flexible
  • Extremely organized
  • Troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Secret Security Clearance
  • Knowledge on quality control standards
  • Good Multitasking
  • Record and data management
  • Standard power tool operation
Work History
03/2021 to Current
Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician USAF City, STATE,
  • Work schedule is Monday to Friday 0700-1630
  • Performed routine and preventative maintenance on Generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, and HVAC system. Over 100 equipment, maintaining over 90% mission effectiveness.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, and IMDS
  • Analyzed malfunctioning equipment and determined type of repairs required.
  • Used hand tools to disassemble equipment, perform repair work and then reassemble parts to restore functionality
  • Set up and managed maintenance schedules.
  • Assessed operating conditions and adjusted settings to maximize performance and equipment longevity.
  • Conducted periodic inspections of ground support equipment to promptly identify issues that could cause mission stoppage.
  • Cleaned and lubricated parts to keep generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, and HVAC system operating at peak performance.
06/2015 to 02/2021
Aerospace Ground Support Technician USAF City, STATE,
  • Typical work hours 0700-1600. During exercising, 12 hour shifts. Weekend duty, 12 hour shifts.
  • Performed routine and preventative maintenance on Generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, and HVAC system with surpass work ethic
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, and IMDS
  • Analyzed malfunctioning equipment and determined type of repairs required.
  • Used hand tools to disassemble equipment, perform repair work and then reassemble parts to restore functionality
  • Set up and managed maintenance schedules.
  • Assessed operating conditions and adjusted settings to maximize performance and equipment longevity.
  • Conducted periodic inspections of ground support equipment to promptly identify issues that could cause mission stoppage.
  • Cleaned and lubricated parts to keep generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, and HVAC system operating at peak performance
  • Performed over 10 generator swap and re-wiring In accordance with technical orders and wiring diagram. Results, improved mission capability and over 100% increase in ground power.
  • Production Support Primary tool manager, responsible for maintaining and inspecting over 5k tools and coordinating workers using equipment, solving technical issues, maintaining tool history, implementing safety rules, running safety audits, and assisting technician. Technical expertise, leadership, attention to safety, customer focus, multitasking, and computer competences.
  • Production Support Primary Hazwaste/Hazmat manager, Maintain one of the largest haz program on Andersen AFB. Developed and enforced chemical safety policies, Conducted all work in coordination with technology partners, Complied with all hazmat managing procedures and regulations, Administered and updated all reporting and tracking systems, Served as contact point for all hazmat inquiries, Drafted and submitted safety incident management reports and audits.
  • Production Support alternative Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) coordinator, mange over 80 PMEL required equipment.
  • Production Support Primary Fuel Custodian Manager, mange two bulk tank. Complete refueling tasks in a safe manner. Essential duties of Fuel Custodian Manager include preparing samples, checking fuel quality, determining tank issues, maintaining equipment, operating meter, recording fuel usage, and handling spills adequately.
  • Production Support Technical Order Distribution Assistance (TODA) Primary program manager, Ensure serviceability/updated 75 E-Tool iPad with over 100 publication for 70 personnel. Ensured 100% AFI Compliant.
  • Squadron Vehicle trainer, train and qualify personnel to operate Tow support equipment vehicle, Aircraft tow, 4K commercial Forklift, 10K regular and All-terrain Forklift, 6K Forklift , 9200 GVW 4door Pickup truck, 15 passenger van.
  • Production Support Alternative vehicle manager, mange, inspect and document 10 Government owned vehicle.
05/2018 to 10/2018
Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician USAF City, STATE,
  • Consisted of 12 hour shifts from Monday to friday, Standby on Saturday and Sunday
  • Chosen to be part of a detachment that was sent to Misawa AFB
  • Coordinated and maintained 30 AGE Equipment that was sent out from Andersen AFB- Generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, HVAC and aircraft tow bars and tripod jack. Result 100% mission completed with no drawbacks.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, and IMDS
  • Analyzed malfunctioning equipment and determined type of repairs required.
  • Used hand tools to disassemble equipment, perform repair work and then reassemble parts to restore functionality
  • Assessed operating conditions and adjusted settings to maximize performance and equipment longevity.
  • Conducted periodic inspections of ground support equipment to promptly identify issues that could cause mission stoppage.
  • Cleaned and lubricated parts to keep generators, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Diesel and Gas Turbine engine, and HVAC system operating at peak performance
Education
Expected in 05/2014 to to
High School Diploma:
John F Kennedy High School - Tumon, Guam ,
GPA:
Accomplishments
  • 36th Maintenance Group: Maintenance Support Professional of the Quarter Airman Category. July-September 2019, Andersen AFB, Guam
  • 36th Maintenance Group: Maintenance Support Professional of the Quarter Airman Category. October-December 2019, Andersen AFB, Guam
  • 36th Maintenance Squadron: Maintenance Support Professional of the Quarter Airman Category. July-September 2019, Andersen AFB, Guam
  • 36th Maintenance Squadron: Maintenance Support Professional of the Quarter Airman Category. October-December 2019, Andersen AFB, Guam
  • The Air Force Achievement Medal: 20 June 2015 - 5 February 2021

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School Attended

  • John F Kennedy High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician
  • Aerospace Ground Support Technician
  • Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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