Base Records Manager Knowledge Management Tech. resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
Professional Summary

Document Management Specialist, providing general administrative back-up and other duties. More than 3 years of records management support. Familiar and experienced with electronic filing systems, various document management technologies, and scanning experience. Knowledge of filing systems and standards. Proficiency working with Document Management Systems. Multi-tasks well and efficiently manages changing priorities. Excellent organizational and analytical skills, with attention to detail.

  • Records Management Systems
  • File Retrieval
  • Retention Schedule Management
  • File Maintenance
  • Privacy Act
  • E-Records Systems
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • Workflow coordination
  • Invoicing support
  • Archive management
  • Data logging
  • Mail merging
  • Project assistance
  • Digital file organization
  • Recordkeeping skills
  • Digitization
  • Written Communication
  • Analytical and Critical Thinking
  • MS Office
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Training and Development
  • Decision Making
  • Planning and Coordination
  • Excellent Communication
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Attention to Detail
  • Multitasking Abilities
  • Active Listening
  • Self-Motivated
Work History
Base Records Manager/ Knowledge Management Tech., 11/2015 to Current
Yrc WorldwideMountain Top, PA,

1-Perform work for the wing organizations Knowledge Management Program.
2-Provides guidance and assistance to customers on a variety of support service functions to include, but not limited to, records management, Privacy Act (PA), Civil Liberties, and Freedom of information Act (FOIA).
3-Administers Records Management Program. Functions as the Base Records Manager (BRM). Maintains a centralized scheme of records management applications, policies, principles, standards, procedures, and guidelines including requirements for archiving information maintained in electronic format.
4-Performs work for the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act (PA) Programs. Evaluates requests for information release, and assists functional offices in the review of such requests to ensure compliance with all FOIA and PA directives and public law dealing with the personal privacy, rights of individuals and federal laws regarding replying to, handling, and processing public requests for records considered official documents in the Air Force
5-Assists with readiness and training of 3DOX1 positions in the communications unit. Assists with monitoring the deployment, war-time readiness training, tasking and utilization of 3DOX 1 tasked personnel. Assists in establishing and implementing workload for SC 3DOX 1 reservists to perform on Unit Training Assembly (UTA) to ensure combat readiness. Reports to the AFRC MAJCOM office of primary responsibility (OPR) as required. Helps plan, schedule, and train unit personnel assigned on C & I matters.

Pickup and Delivery Driver, 03/2017 to 03/2019
FedEx FreightCity, STATE,

1-Developed specialized operating policies and guidelines for drivers to Operate a Semi on busy public streets in a save manner and to identify and avoid any safety hazards throughout the work day
2-Planned and carried out formal investigations of reportable and non-reportable mishaps involving injury accidents, property damage, covering a wide range of work operations
3- Planned and directed the loading of a 53' box trailer and evaluate the proper loading and handling of freight for driver and worker safety.
4- Developed specialized operating practices, modifying or departing significantly from standard techniques when based on interpretation of policies, standards, and regulations.
5- Performed the operation of delivering loaded product throughout my day and delivery route to safely navigate traffic, wires, pedestrians and observe and avoid any unforeseen hazards that my be present.
6- Properly identified any hazards before backing into a customers dock with a tractor/trailer multiple times a day to either deliver product or pick up product .
7-!0 years of safe driving with company
8-Familiar and proficient with company safety procedures to include hauling hazards substances
9- Familiar and proficient with federal transportation safety to include federal hazards substance transportation and securing loads
10- Plan, direct, coordinate and evaluate the activities necessary to safely move freight on a freight dock and to safely load freight onto a truck.
11- Plan, direct, coordinate and evaluate the hazardous material handling program to meet state and federal safety programs.
12- Provided technical safety training/instructions to employees on a wide range of work operation areas, such as traffic safety technics, proper storage and restraint of hazardous material , common labor hazards and building evacuation.

Jet Propulsion Specialist, 01/1989 to 08/2000

1-Enforced and complied with safety practices and procedures following established safety rules and regulations and maintains a safe and clean work area. Strictly adheres to safety procedures and regulations and promptly reports any observed or identified violations in accordance with established guidelines. Promptly halts activities where unsafe actions are taken and reports accidents, injuries and/or safety violations to the supervisor. Uses and ensures proper fit of required safety equipment and clothing, to meet all applicable bio-environmental standards. Follows federal, state, and local requirements when storing, using, handling, labeling, and disposing of hazardous materials and waste in accordance with environmental standards. Performs housekeeping clean-up duties, such as cleaning equipment, sweeping, straightening, and positioning of tools and equipment in the assigned area. Ensures tools are properly marked, calibrated, secured, serviceable and inventoried in accordance with established procedures. Promptly reports missing, lost, found or unattended tools to the supervisor and maintains tools in accordance with established procedures. Accomplishes and complies with established Foreign Object Damage/Dropped Object Prevention Program (FOD/DOPP) regulations and procedures on assigned aircraft/propulsion systems and related work area.

2-Served as technical authority to perform/coordinate/oversee troubleshooting and analysis of gas turbine engines to determine air worthiness of propulsion systems installed on aircraft on the flight-line and uninstalled in back shop and test cell capacities. Applies total engine and aircraft system knowledge when troubleshooting/evaluating propulsion systems performance. Progressively engages or turns on all systems operated by cockpit controls to include but not limited to aircraft engine, aircraft power unit, and brake systems. Reads data and settings from cockpit and instruments and gauges, referring to technical manuals, procedures, schematics, and other technical guidelines. Notes functionality and directs or makes adjustments and repairs as required. Determine when the nature and scope of the repair involves other trades since defects in one area often are shown by symptoms which appear in a different area. Responsible for grounding aircraft when the severity of a malfunction warrants it and may be responsible for releasing the aircraft to service after repairs are completed and tested. Interprets technical orders, manufacturers’ manuals, engine records, maintenance bulletins, etc., to obtain the technical information needed for troubleshooting, assembling, rigging and trimming propulsion systems/aircraft. Interprets trouble reports and operational parameters to make a diagnosis and determine propulsion system serviceability. Knowledge of startup, normal operation, abnormal symptoms, shutdown and emergency procedures of the aircraft/propulsion systems and the application of safety procedures in order to prevent damage to equipment or injury to personnel. Operate and possess knowledge of system integration for associated avionics, electrical, bleed air, hydraulics, lubrication and fuel systems to troubleshoot and perform maintenance using specialized equipment or tools for engine to aircraft systems operational airworthiness. Plans effective use of workers, equipment and facilities on a daily basis. Disassembles the engine or accessories to locate the defect; determines the cause of the defect; and the repairs needed. With knowledge of safety regulations, practices, and procedures.

3-Received work assignments orally or through work orders. Independently determines the type and extent of repairs needed and completes the repairs with occasional spot checks during progress. Refers to operation logs, trouble reports, and technical manuals when locating and correcting defects and follows clearance and adjustment specifications found in technical manuals. The supervisor ensures that overall work meets accepted trade standards and provides assistance on unusual problems when requested. Provide on-the-job training (OJT) to lower grade workers on aircraft engine maintenance practices, technical aspects of new or unfamiliar engines or accessory systems, and safety procedures.

Associate of Arts: Business Administration And Management, Expected in 06/2022
Montgomery County Community College - Blue Bell PA,

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your data is safe with us

Any information uploaded, such as a resume, or input by the user is owned solely by the user, not LiveCareer. For further information, please visit our Terms of Use.

Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Montgomery County Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Base Records Manager/ Knowledge Management Tech.
  • Pickup and Delivery Driver
  • Jet Propulsion Specialist


  • Associate of Arts

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

*As seen in:As seen in: