Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Profile
I have been an employee of Cadillac Castings for over 27 years.  My job has evolved from an entry level laborer to supervisory to my present job of Automation Technician.  I feel that my job is very important and I enjoy it very much because there are new opportunities to learn every year.  We have evolved from doing the basic pick and place robotics to incorporating visions systems, ultravelocity testing, gauging, changeovers, and  stamping.  What took 4-5 hours in 2005 now takes 30 min with no physical lifting and minimal risk.  I am also exclusively responsible for set up and programming of the most advanced industrial x-ray machine in the world.  I design the pallets, program the manipulation, write the techniques,  and I have mastered the programming.  I am also involved in all of the PPAP's and run at rates.
 I do love my job which is why I've had perfect attendance since 1999.
  • S4 Robotic Programmer 
  •  Allen Bradly SLC500
  • Allen Bradley ControlLogix
  • Level 2 X-ray Technician
  • Vision Systems
Relevant Experience
Owner of Bakeman's Custom Fishing Rods.  
Automation Technician, 01/2001 to Current
Flex-N-Gate CorpChicago, IL,
Responsible for day to day maintenance in whatever area of the plant I am needed.  Daily duties include electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and robotic troubleshooting.  Responsible for designing, building and maintaining EOAT as well as the gripper systems and automatic tool changers.  
X-ray Supervisor, 05/1997 to 01/2001
Airgas IncAbilene, TX,
I was responsible for programming and maintaining 2 automatic x-ray machines, supervising the labratory, and 7 ultra velocity tanks.  We also were responsible for writing techniques, procedures, and maintaining standards.
Pouring /Breaking Line Supervisor, 07/1995 to 05/1997
CMI Cast Parts, Inc.City, STATE,
Responsible for 37 employees.  Duties included completely rewriting the procedures for the department and helping evolve the automatic pouring system.  Responsible for treating the iron, pouring it and then processing the finished goods and bringing them to the finishing department.
Senior Lab Technician, 1989 to 07/1995
CMI Cast Parts, Inc.City, STATE,
Responsible for maintaining chemistry of the melt department as well as providing quality iron to the pouring lines.  Also responsible for the 7 employees that it took to make that happen.
High School Diploma: Pre College, Expected in 1985
White Pine High School - White Pine , MI
: Biology/Chemistry, Expected in
Central Michigan University - Mt. Pleasant, MI
: Industrial Chemistry, Expected in
Ferris State University - Big Rapids, MI

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