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

My career started many years ago in 2007 in local 181 operating engineers, then in 2009 I made a career change to become a tube welder for PMSI. From 2009 when my welding career first started at DP&L Stuart Station all the way until present time I have been and done alot of different types of work. I have been to 10 different states with various company's, 25 different Power plants and Paper Mills, some was gas and some was coal, and even some plants ran off both. The one plant ill never forget is Dynegy out of Fayette County Pennsylvania traveled their with Fluor to do tube replacement 1/8in thickness with 400 degree preheat we used 90SG wire with a full purge, their I walked away with 100% phased array on over 100 mirror welds. Little more about my skill set, I can operate crans, bulldozers, loaders, backhoe, trackhoe, forklifts, and articulated trucks, tuggers. Then working as a boilermaker/combo welder learning about boiler tube repair an replacements, full rebuilds, mirror welds, window welds, air heater rebuilds,condenser bay repair, SCR basket change outs, JBR work, large heavy valve weld in and bolt in. I have also worked for Titan out of Owensboro Ky at there fab shop where we was welding schedule 10 stainless pipe 12" to 42" pipe, 10% x ray. I have worked on alot of carboin, 9chrome, hard surface, arc gouging, plasma cutting, cutting tourch, and I can walk the cup and back feed the root. So over my 15 year career I can say I have pretty much been there and done almost everything you can imagine, and I am very confident in my skill.

  • Analysis of defects
  • Boiler equipment
  • Parts and components fabrication
  • System tests
  • Inspection preparations
  • Mechanical troubleshooting and diagnostics
  • Blueprint Interpretation
  • Equipment operations
  • Experienced with stick, tig, and mig.
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Supervision
  • Valve repairs
  • Pipe fitting
  • Fabrication
  • Tool repair and maintenance
  • Basic math
  • Special Alloys
  • Precision measuring tools
  • Troubleshooting
Work History
06/2020 to 10/2020
Boilermaker Foreman Petticoat-Schmitt Civil Contractors, Inc. Yulee, FL,
  • Cleaned and maintained boilers and associated equipment to increase efficiency and performance level.
  • Studied designs, blueprints and drawings to create templates of boilers.
  • Built and repaired air pollution equipment, including blast furnaces, process tanks, storage tanks and water treatment tanks.
  • Inspected and lubricated valves; removed, replaced or installed components to correct operating deficiencies.
  • Removed boiler casings, grades, handrails, manhole and hole covers to facilitate access to boilers or other vessels for repair.
  • Removed, replaced or installed boiler tubes to perform annual maintenance.
  • Used power hammers or weld pressure vessel tubes to achieve leakproof joints.
  • Visited 4 sites per 2020 to upgrade components, including boiler tubes and ductwork.
  • Supervised 10 apprentices and offered specific recommendations to improve work quality.
  • Inspected equipment, structures and materials to identify cause of errors.
  • Operated several types of heavy machinery, including forklifts, bobcats and track hoes.
  • Maintained compliance with all safety procedures from both client and employer.
  • Used hand signals to notify crane operator to lift components to specific positions.
  • Measured old structural parts or assemblies to determine dimensional requirements of replacements parts.
02/2020 to 05/2020
Pipe Foreman Thompson Construction Columbia, SC,
  • Liaised between field engineers and trade workers align construction projects with drawings and specifications.
  • Supervised layout, assembly and installation of various sizes and types of drainage pipes.
  • Collaborated with management, technical crew members and fellow supervisors to organize efficient operations and achieve demanding schedule targets.
  • Interacted with employees to demonstrate high standards and mitigate issues effectively.
  • Evaluated team member strengths and assigned tasks based upon expertise and background.
  • Established clear priorities and production quality standards.
  • Handled all issues with relative ease by implementing best practices and applying critical thinking skills to find best solutions.
  • Assembled and secured pipes, tubes, fittings and related equipment according to project specifications.
09/2019 to 12/2019
Tube Welder T.E.I. Industries City, STATE,
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent, ground and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Inspected welds and checked whether critical measurements met specifications upon completion.
  • Prepared tig welding equipment to perform advanced mirror tube welding.
  • Conducted highly skilled special welds with extremely low tolerances for industrial operations in power generation.
  • Calibrated flow and pressure settings to build and maintain flames.
  • Clamped and tack-welded components to achieve desired configurations.
  • Diagnosed and performed repairs for stainless steel and chrome components.
  • Fabricated shop parts directly from blueprints.
  • Bolted, clamped and tack-welded parts to secure components prior to welding.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment and defective materials and promptly resolved issues.
  • Assembled structural forms such as boiler parts and pressure vessels.
  • Set up and operated hand and power tools, including shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
  • Removed excess slag with arc-cutting, grinding and other equipment.
  • Minimized warping by using good fitting, burning and welding techniques.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Skilled with gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc, shielded metal arc, resistance welding and submerged arc welding.
  • Chipped away debris and thick crusts of rust, slag and other materials to ready surfaces for welding.
  • Operated hoists, cranes and power tools to dismantle equipment to find and remove defective parts.
Expected in 05/2006 to to
High School Diploma:
Tollesboro Christian School - Tollesboro, KY,

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School Attended

  • Tollesboro Christian School

Job Titles Held:

  • Boilermaker Foreman
  • Pipe Foreman
  • Tube Welder


  • High School Diploma

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