Jessica Claire
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I've always had a thrive to pursue knowledge in any field i set foot in; and excel to an extent. When a challenge/problem approaches i take a step back and revaluate the situation and portray various scenario's in my mind and pick the best based on the outcome. I've breathed and lived aircraft for the past 4-5 years of my life. I am one of the few youth that still believes in aircraft as a long term career and see's the outcome of staying loyal to it. Most people my age group when you ask them a question of "where do you see yourself in 5-10 years" They will answer with: Stay with the job for a few years and move up. But what they don't know how to answer is how are they going to move up? How will they get to that position that their boss or future boss is in? What routes you have to take and what time you have to sacrifice in order to get there... Because at the end, nothing is free and everything takes time to build. It wasn't until i started working at Textron Aviation on the start up model for the Cessna SkyCourier. That i got exposed to the team that come together and help build the Aircraft. Engineering, Safety, Management, Sales, Supply Chain, Customer Support, Quality & Production and much more is what makes a start up model a success. I am fortunate to have worked alongside all these people and got an insight on their job field. I have been intrigued to continue and finish out my AAS degree and pursue my BAAS degree in order to access those fields. I am a Tunnel Visioned person when i set my eye's on a target, Young; Hungry & eager person. Willing to sacrifice to get where i need to get and achieve much higher than what you could think is impossible... If you can see it, touch it, hear it & talk to it... you can reach it.

  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Safety protocol knowledge
  • Strong work ethic and integrity
  • Exceptional collaboration skills
  • Working collaboratively
  • People skills
  • Data management
  • Profound Research
  • Knowledgeable with FAR's & FAA regulation's
  • Use A.R.E.S proficiently
  • Use S.A.P proficiently
  • Some CATIA experience
  • Blue Print Knowledgeability
  • Critical Thinker
  • Emotional Switch up ( When situation's require, Handing out Discipline)
Aircraft Mechanic, 11/2018 - Current
Signature Flight Support Corporation Daufuskie Island, SC,

Aircraft Structure Mechanic (Sheet-Metal Mechanic) November 2018- February 2021 > Worked on the Final line of the Cessna Citation Latitude building the Over-Wing Side (Composite) panels, Belly Panels, Leading edge & Fairing. Assisted with training of new higher employees and accommodated their skill level to a job that fit them. Performed Re-work per Quality Tags & Squawk's. Worked on the Beechcraft King Air Building and Installing the Cargo & Cabin doors, Skeletal structure assembly. 1 out of 2 mechanics that performed Re-work per Quality Tags & Squawk's for the whole line.

Aircraft Assembly Mechanic (Final Mechanic) February 2021- Current> Worked on the Start-Up for the Cessna SkyCourier. Assisted with RIgging of the Aileron, Flap, Elevator, Trim Tab, Rudder, Nose Wheel Steering (Flight Control's). Performed Functional Test's (FT's) on various system's. Installation of Flight control systems, Plumbing lines, Landing gears & Cock-Pit Component's such as the Ventilation system, Brake's, Pedestal. Performed Sheet-Metal jobs which consisted of Mod's & Re-work. Worked on Mod's replacing various component's per Aircraft Continuation Development. Deep Researched job's per blueprint's and planning to find how a job is done and what need's to be added or improved. Worked with Process & Planning Engineering to improve blueprint's, planning & how the job is to be worked as. Worked with Tooling on making Jig's designed for specific jobs to assist mechanics on completing the job efficiently. Worked with Quality Assurance to improve safe working conditions on how jobs are installed, what to look for in the future & correct how systems are installed. AAM Crew lead.

Sheet Metal Mechanic, 04/2018 - 10/2018
Soc Inc. North Las Vegas, NV,

Sheet-Metal Mechanic > Worked on the 777/777x Torque box assembly. Drill out, Assembly, Modification's & Trainer. Became proficient with interpretation of the blueprint's and job itself. Became a trainer for future employee's hired under the department.

Interior Mechanic, 11/2016 - 02/2017
Aersale Corporation Memphis, TN,

Interior Installation Mechanic > Worked on various Learjet models such as the 45/70/75 series as an interior mechanic. Accomplished mod's to interiors, such as remove & replacement of Seats, Carpets, Galley's & Upholstery.

Education and Training
Associate of Applied Science: Aviation Maintenance Technician , Expected in 12/2021
Wichita Area Technical College - Wichita, KS,
  • Aviation Maintenance Technology, Associate of Applied Science - (Wichita State University of Technology) Winter of 2021
  • Industrial Automation & Machine Maintenance Associate of Applied Science- (Wichita State University of Technology) Fall of 2024

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