Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Enthusiastic chemical operator/Quality team leader eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Motivated to learn, grow and excel.

  • Precision measuring
  • Hazardous chemicals
  • Business process improvement
  • Relationship development
  • Team management
  • Problem resolution
  • Supervision
  • Project organization
  • Operational improvement
  • Process improvement
Work History
11/2018 to 05/2020
Chemical Plant Operator Ecolab Inc. Quincy, WA,
  • Stored, retrieved, mixed and monitored chemicals used in production process.
  • Followed all waste handling guidelines to minimize waste generation.
  • Followed safety processes and protocols while moving hazardous chemicals and operating heavy machinery to avoid and accidents.
  • Diagnosed issues quickly and contacted Supervisor to warn of potential project delays.
  • Safely used various machinery and equipment, including forklifts during chemical drumming operations.
  • Reviewed production schedules, drawings and material combinations to ascertain job specifics before project start.
  • Collaborated with technical and supervisory personnel to report or resolve conditions affecting safety, efficiency and product quality.
  • Added raw materials, monomers, inhibitors, reactants, biocides and surfactants to produce Industrial Pipe.
  • Processed and analyzed test results for chemical mixtures to promote high-quality yield and took appropriate actions to correct undesirable results.
  • Monitored recording instruments, flow meters and panel lights to listen for warning signals.
  • Organized labels and packages to store current and effective stock items.
  • Operated forklifts to move packaged materials and chemical supplies and load and unload trucks and railcars.
08/2017 to 06/2018
Quality Site Leader Parker-Hannifin, Corporation Otsego, MI,
  • Recorded inspection and test data such as weights, temperatures, grades and quantities inspected and graded.
  • Inspected and packaged products meticulously according to manufacturing specifications.
  • Discarded and rejected products, materials and equipment not conforming with specifications.
  • Determined adjustment and certification methods, formulas and measuring instruments required based on blueprints.
  • Collected samples during production and tested randomly to determine in-process product quality.
  • Presented clear, organized data in graphs, charts, tables and written reports.
  • Utilized gauges, tools and equipment to complete in-depth assessments.
  • Developed checklists to coordinate inspections with departmental managers.
  • Identified and helped resolve non-conforming product issues.
  • Maintained high standard of workmanship by using only approved data, materials, tools and test equipment.
  • Recorded defects and coordinated issue resolution with development team and functional leads.
  • Performed frequent visual inspections to root out tolerance and compliance issues.
  • Performed preliminary, in progress, hidden damage and final product inspections.
  • Identified and helped resolve production problems, increasing output while reducing errors.
  • Documented findings and produced reports to aide management in assessing and correcting quality concerns.
  • Monitored production operations for compliance with specifications and promptly reported defects.
  • Inspected outbound shipments and conducted random sampling of product quality.
  • Worked with specific production team members to rectify production issues and maintain high-quality final products.
  • Inspected automotive parts with accuracy, reporting problems or defects quickly.
  • Supervised production workers to identify areas in need of improvement for high-quality production.
  • Liaised between production and quality assurance departments to streamline processes and increase daily productivity.
  • Evaluated components and final products against quality standards and manufacturing specifications.
11/2014 to 07/2015
Machine Operator Mckesson Mccalla, AL,
  • Maximized productivity by keeping detailed production records and identifying hold-ups.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints and schematics for work to be performed.
  • Dismantled machinery to access, remove and replace worn components and keep production within optimal tolerances.
  • Followed technical documentation, including tooling instructions and product specifications to determine and implement operational sequences.
  • Identified malfunctions or failures by routinely monitoring and analyzing equipment operations.
  • Maintained machines within work area, complying with company and OSHA safety rules and regulations.
  • Updated daily production logs with timely and accurate information, regularly informing management of special incidents or non-conformance issues.
  • Assessed equipment after each production run, performing preventive maintenance to keep machines running smoothly.
  • Set up and operated various machine tools and jigs to produce precision parts, maintaining awareness of approximate job completion times.
  • Set appropriate stops and guides to specified lengths as indicated by scale, rule or template.
  • Maintained equipment performance by completing routine maintenance actions such as lubricating and cleaning components.
Expected in 05/1995
Giles County High School - Pulaski, TN
  • Supervised team of 20 staff members.
  • Started as quality inspector, then moved up to quality team leader. Later, was promoted to quality supervisor, then through dedication and hard work, was promoted to quality site leader of 3 automotive factories at the same time.

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