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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Metal Worker experienced in operating hand and power tools and shearing machinery. Adaptable multi-tasker solves complex problems with ease. Apprentice Sheet Metal Worker knowledgeable about machines, tools and equipment used in all sheet metal processes. Flexible hard worker ready to learn and contribute to team success.

Skills
  • Sign fabrication
  • Gas metal arc welding
  • Mechanical drawing
  • Blueprint reading
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Power tool use
  • Welding
  • Metal joint repairs
Experience
Apprentice Sheet Metal Worker, 05/2012 to Current
Comprehensive Pharmacy ServicesLouisville, CO,
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Unloaded and stored raw material deliveries.
  • Fastened seams and joints together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Observed safety practices and procedures to maintain safe and clean work environment.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over 75 pounds.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Examined materials during processing to verify cut accuracy and worker skill.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Soldered and bolted connections, applied insulation and inspected assemblies and installation.
  • Maintained strict quality requirements using scales, calipers and micrometers.
  • Heated and shaped metal alloys to create high-quality works.
  • Troubleshot, repaired and serviced hand tools, power tools and other machining equipment.
  • Installed, altered and repaired sheet metal products and equipment and adjusted ducts and hoods for HVAC systems.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over 75 pounds.
Transportation 2 Worker, 09/2008 to 07/2010
Army National GuardLittle Falls, MN,
  • Salary: $10.55 USD Per Hour Hours per week: 40.
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance on wheeled and tracked vehicles and equipment valued at $50000 in order to transport personnel, supplies and equipment.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by observing road rules, exercising caution in unfamiliar areas and maintaining vehicle control.
  • Loaded, balanced and secured product to safely transport goods.
  • Drove trucks with capacities greater than three tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products, livestock or other materials.
  • Utilized pallet jacks and forklifts to load and unload materials off trucks.
  • Retained valid proof of insurance and registration in vehicles.
  • Operated heavy machinery with extreme care and caution, following specific employer guidelines for safety.
  • Assisted with roadway projects and highway repairs by controlling traffic patterns.
  • Cleared snow, ice and other debris from highways to maintain road safety.
  • Repaired roadway signs, fences and other structures.
  • Erected signs and cones to divert traffic in active work areas.
  • Flagged motorists to provide warning of obstacles and repair work.
  • Hauled and spread sand, gravel and clay to fill washouts and repair road shoulders.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
Pharmacy Technician, 05/2003 to 06/2008
Veterans Affair HospitalCity, STATE,
  • GS 5-3 Salary: 36,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40, 0661 My duties at the GS-4 level while working at the Veterans Affair Hospital in the outpatient setting in Las Vegas, Nevada were: rotating stock; inventory management; customer service- dispensing medications to the right patient at the pharmacy window; ordering refills for patient using the VISTA RX software; using the Opti-fill system to fill prescriptions- as in scanning the correct drug bottle barcodes to get the patient label in order to complete filling process; filled, packaged, and shipped pharmacy mail orders; maintained patient records for controlled /non controlled substances; maintained clean, organized, and sterile work station, as well as equipment such as-pill counter, Opti Fill scanner, Opti Fill labeler; used VISTA RX software to determine if orders could be filled locally or through Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy.When I reached the GS-5 level my job responsibilities included 3–30-day rotations as follows; triaging and taking action for outpatient telephone calls; follow up on Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy complaints; primary pharmacy technician for 300 bed nursing home.; As a GS-5 I also volunteered to train/work as the Opti Fill system operator, which included; system startup, troubleshooting, and closing down properly.
  • I served as the primary back up in that area for leave and unexpected absences to help ensure pharmacy daily workload was completed.
  • I was able at the GS-5 level to analyze a patient request or inquiry, determine the appropriate action, and take action to refill prescriptions or refer patients appropriately to a pharmacist, provider, or clinic.
  • I established and maintained files for a variety of manual and automated records.
  • Assisted in inventory to include controlled substances.
  • Followed all standard operating procedures and policies within the pharmacy and hospital setting.
  • Could fill over 300 prescriptions within a 8 hour period with less than two errors.
  • (Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor's Name: Susan Pierce, Supervisor's Phone: (702)636-4040).
Cavalry Scout (19D), 05/1993 to 08/2001
US ArmyCity, STATE,
  • E-4 Salary: 32,000.oo USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 19 Delta Scout Secure and prepare ammunition on scout vehicles Load, clear and fire individual and crew-served weapons Perform navigation during combat Serve as member of observation and listening posts Gather and report information on terrain, weather and enemy disposition and equipment Collect data to classify routes, tunnels and bridges Employ principles of concealment and camouflage.
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance on wheeled and tracked vehicles and equipment valued at $1 million in order to transport personnel, supplies and equipment.
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
Education and Training
Licensures and Certifications: Nevada State Board of Pharmacy License: , Expected in 05/2003
Heritage College - Las Vegas, Nevada
GPA:
GPA: 3.0, GPA: 4.0
RELATED TRAINING Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Veterans Health Administration Policy and Regulation, Veterans Health Administration Privacy, Microsoft office products, Veterans Health Information Systems & Technology Architecture, CPRS, Instructors Training, Barcode Training: , Expected in 06/1993
St. Albans High School - St. Albans, West Virginia
GPA:
Activities and Honors
Veterans Affair Hospital Las Vegas Associate Chief, Outpatient Services Phone Number: (702)636-4040, Randy Hammond West Virginia Department of Highways Foreman Phone Number: (XXX) 550-3080
Accomplishments
  • Tara Conley Amedisys, West Virginia RN, Quality Care Coordinator Phone Number: (XXX)553-8483.
Certifications

Osha 10 hours, Osha 40 hour

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School Attended

  • Heritage College
  • St. Albans High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Apprentice Sheet Metal Worker
  • Transportation 2 Worker
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Cavalry Scout (19D)

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  • Licensures and Certifications: Nevada State Board of Pharmacy License
  • RELATED TRAINING Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Veterans Health Administration Policy and Regulation, Veterans Health Administration Privacy, Microsoft office products, Veterans Health Information Systems & Technology Architecture, CPRS, Instructors Training, Barcode Training

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