Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Enterprising Repairman with distinguished knowledge of [Technique] and [Area of expertise] repairs. Skilled in customer service, accurate quoting and finishing projects on-time and under-budget. Detail-oriented worker committed to best-in-class affordable service.

Safety-oriented Repairman with [Number] years of experience in [Type] industry. Trained in [Tool] use with extensive knowledge of [Area of expertise] repairs. Careful and meticulous worker with dedication to reliability and customer satisfaction.

  • Worksite preparation
  • Construction knowledge
  • Estimating abilities
  • Knowledge of industry best practices
  • Inventory oversight
  • Team building
  • Basic math
  • People skills
  • Maintenance & Repair
Builder/repairman , 10/2020 to Current
Emcor Group, Inc.Kingman, AZ,
  • Collaborated on repairs to complete and finish work orders on schedule.
  • Kept detailed inventories of supplies and parts and made frequent orders.
  • Kept detailed records of progress, parts and timelines for accurate records.
  • Prepared accurate estimates and work orders based on expected labor and parts requirements for each job.
  • Recorded completed repairs, all further repairs required and parts to be ordered on service call ticket.
  • Enhanced customer satisfaction ratings by efficiently resolving technical, on-site and account issues.
  • Reviewed blueprints and manuals to repair and restore optimal functionality.
Ironworker, 01/2015 to 10/2020
Empire TodayMilwaukee, WI,
  • Worked closely with structural ironworkers, ornamental Ironworkers, riggers and machinery movers, enabling clear and safe cross-functional operations.
  • Signaled crane operators in safe and accurate lifting and placing of reinforcing iron members and moved rebars manually into specific positions.
  • Studied blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine layout of work.
  • Received structural steel and moved it to modular locations.
  • Safely used metal shears, hacksaws, bar cutters and other tools to cut metal components for installation.
  • Performed mod assembly, erected and connected structural steel and leveled and torqued connections after steel placement.
  • Studied and understood blueprints and specifications before beginning work on projects.
  • Determined safety risks associated with projects and implemented precautions to address risks.
  • Positioned steel units, aligned holes and inserted temporary bolts while checking alignments and joining steel parts using simple torque and [Type] tools.
  • Collaborated with construction foreman to establish and confirm task sequences and reinforcing requirements.
  • Encouraged all workers to take precautions to prevent mishaps and injuries on job.
  • Identified problems that occurred on job and took cost-saving measures to provide resolution.
  • Assessed blueprints and specifications to determine all aspects of project before work started.
  • Led and mentored less-experienced ironworkers and assisted foremen in assigning work activities.
  • Managed and tracked materials and supplies needed for projects and expedited additional materials to avoid project delay.
  • Constructed, assembled and secured steel bars reinforcing concrete structures in [Number] buildings and [Number] bridges in [Number] states.
  • Identified reinforcing rod quantities, sizes and locations from blueprints and informal instructions.
  • Removed and replaced existing grating and structural steel with [Type] and [Type] materials.
  • Trained [Number] apprentices on-the-job in every aspect of reinforcing ironwork.
  • Supervised crew members in proper steel placement in [Type] locations.
Flooring Installer, 09/2010 to 08/2014
Rant BrownCity, STATE,
  • Cut and trimmed flooring to suit specified area, including doorways and openings, projections and wall edges.
  • Inspected floor surface to assess condition and correct any imperfections potentially affecting carpet or flooring installation.
  • Cut and installed padding to specified dimensions while strictly following company methods.
  • Measured floor area to be carpeted and estimated required materials.
  • Measured, marked and cut carpeting to size with carpet knife.
  • Suggested improvements to safety protocols through new training initiatives, resulting in [Number]% reduction in incidents.
  • Cut flooring material to fit around obstructions using hand tools, dies and special equipment.
  • Prepared base surfaces by removing debris, correcting imperfections and applying treatments.
  • Applied waterproofing compounds and filled cracks with materials such as plaster, putty or grouting.
  • Removed excess cement and flooring materials to form tight joints and attractive finishes.
  • Formed smooth flooring foundations by installing plywood or Masonite over support structures.
  • Applied adhesive materials to flooring and wall materials to join foundation material.
  • Inspected surface to be covered to verify adequate support structures and dryness.
  • Rolled and pressed sheet wall and floor coverings onto cement bases to produce smooth and finished surfaces.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2010
Dillon High School - Dillon, SC

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