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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
  • Skilled environmental engineer offering a background in engineering project management and design. Proven ability to spark innovative thinking under pressure and utilize individual’s strengths to develop engineering products in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Accomplishments
  • FY20 Certificate of Appreciation- COVID-19- ACF Construction
  • FY18 Certificate of Appreciation- Sonoma County Wildfire Relief
  • FY17 Employee of the Quarter Award
Skills
  • Microsoft Products
  • MATLAB
  • MicroStation
  • AutoCAD
  • SpecsIntact
  • RMS 3.0
  • Lpile
  • CEFMS II
  • HYPACK
  • ProjNet
Work History
CIVIL ENGINEER, 03/2020 to Current
Golder AssociatesJacksonville, FL,
  • 40-50 hours per week, Series: 0810 Pay Plan: GS 11 - Step 4 Annual Salary: $70,505.00
  • Assigned as TL on a variety of O&M and Planning projects.
  • Followed District Civil Works Processes, created in accordance with EC1165-2-214, to develop solicitation packages. Engineering and design products included Plans, Specifications, DDRs, and ECIFPs.
  • Discussed risks and project requirements with management and performed quality reviews (BCOES, DQC, and Supervisory) as defined by the developed Review Plan/ Risk-Informed ATR Determination Memo.
  • Supported PDT members create Division 01 specifications using SpecsIntact and perform DQC volume checks using hand calculations.
  • Led BCOES meetings and design meetings to discuss alternative solutions to problems, future funding needs, and data gaps.
  • Developed and used a Gantt chart to schedule design tasks and ensure timelines were feasible given future workload and workforce constraints.
  • Proactively addressed design and construction concerns with stakeholders and PDT members to avoid schedule slips and cost overruns.
  • Deconflicted solicitation documents when performing working with other districts.
  • Assisted in the development of the FY21 Local Dredge Template.
  • Worked cross-functionally to develop SOWs and labor estimates for planning purposes.
  • Worked with cost engineers to develop initial cost estimates, construction working estimates and official independent government estimates.
  • Provided engineering guidance and business process advice to recent graduate engineers and students.
  • Predicted construction sequencing and created construction timelines based of anticipated means and methods and production rates, respectively.
  • Managed requests to alter USACE projects. This included setting up, and frequently leading, ATRs to determine if proposed projects impacted the usefulness of the USACE project or were injurious to the public interest.
  • Discussed ambiguous guidance of EC 1165-2-220 with Office of Counsel to confirm ATR recommendations were legal under the 408 authority.
  • Develop Summary of Findings MFRs and Section 408 Decision Letters.
  • Request and distribute funds for review and construction oversight of 408 activities.
INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEER, 06/2016 to 03/2020
Department Of DefensePatuxent River, MD,
  • 45-55 hours per week, Hourly Rate: $17.00/hr Joined sample collection team responsible for monitoring effectiveness of man-made fish reefs throughout the Detroit River and St.
  • Updated budget information, harbor fact sheets, and backlog and tonnage spreadsheets to inform management of current and future navigation needs.
  • Worked with LRB to utilize pivot tables to effectively prioritize work plan packages during the O&M budget development process.
  • Researched innovative ways that dredged material has been beneficially reused and reported on how these techniques could be applied within the Great Lakes Region.
  • Led a booth at the Grand River EIS Pubic Scoping Meeting.
  • Coordinated with public and private entities to create regional regulatory permits and conduct special investigations.
  • Ensured NEPA compliance on planning and O&M projects by developing MFRs and EAs.
  • Created a script that plotted precipitation statistics. The plots were part of a larger effort to transition the USACE daily precipitation determination method from using Thiessen Polygons and weather station data to one that merges two gridded precipitation estimates (MPE- CaPA) into a single over-basin precipitation dataset.
  • Worked with the DAO survey crew to determine historical shoaling rates at Lexington Harbor as part of a greater effort to validate a sediment transport model being developed by ERDC.
  • Developed a District SOP for an X-ray fluorescence analyzer.
  • Assisted in the calibration of the District snowmelt model using HEC-HMS.
  • Performed timely reviews of contractor submittals, pay requests, and RFIs.
  • Consistently highlighted safety while administering construction contracts through the enforcement of EM 385-1-1, revision of DAO Safety Meeting Agenda, and explanation of AHAs.
  • Successfully executed numerous contract modifications consistent with EP 415-1-260. This included reviewing proposals and developing quantity takeoffs to ensure fair and reasonable costs.
  • Designed numerous river restoration projects focusing on stabilizing sediment loading rates, creating fish spawning habitat, and promoting spatial and temporal variability.
  • Calculated lateral and axial loads for an in-stream structure based off sound engineering principles and regulations. Lpile was used to size vertical members.
  • Participated in an AAR and provided input on construction techniques and design issues.
Survey Team- Crew Member, 05/2015 to 08/2015
Snc LavalinNorman, OK,
  • Hourly Rate: $17.00/hr Supported testing laboratory by accurately determining and documenting the physical properties of concrete mixtures and subgrade soils.
  • Member of sample collection team responsible for monitoring effectiveness of man-made fish reefs throughout the Detroit and St. Clair Rivers.
  • Saved information as part of a greater research initiative to rehabilitate sturgeon and whitefish populations

Civil Engineering Intern, 09/2014 to 12/2014
CTI & AssociatesCity, STATE,
  • Supported testing laboratory by accurately determining and documenting the physical properties of concrete mixtures and subgrade soils.
  • Updated and organized project information for quick reference.
  • Performed and analyzed compressive strength tests on concrete cylinders, and completed modified proctor tests on soils. This safeguarded against concrete and subgrade failures.

Education
Bachelor of Engineering: Environmental Engineering, Expected in 2016
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY - East Lansing, MI
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