civil engineer 3 erosion and sediment liaison resume example with 19+ years of experience

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

Versatile Civil Engineer ready to contribute to everything from minor installations to major, multi-site undertakings. Provides exceptional oversight of project to vendors, inspectors and other vital personnel. Tirelessly verifies correct standards and enforce regulatory integration while leading projects safely and smoothly to completion. Committed to delivering innovative products and solutions while maintaining safety and sustainability.

  • Revit
  • GIS
  • Civil3D
  • AutoCAD
  • GPS
  • MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Site Inspection
  • Specification Reading
  • Blueprint Interpretation
  • Project Management
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Erosion and Sedimentation Control
  • Regulatory Review
01/2019 to Current
Civil Engineer 3/Erosion and Sediment Liaison Amazon.Com, Inc. Tualatin, OR,
  • I assume the role of Erosion and Sediment Control Liaison on various GDOT projects ranging from interstate projects to small urban projects state wide
  • Responsibilities include inspecting NPDES permitted projects for proper Erosion Sediment and Pollution Control Plans (ESPCP) implementation status, provide findings and recommendation to the Project Engineer before leaving the site, coordinate solutions between Project Mangers/Designers and others, submit brief summaries of project visits with observations and recommendations weekly and review an ESPCP and submit comments of a proposed project scheduled for future letting
  • Worked alongside project engineers to document site inspection findings for integration into construction plans and designs.
  • Attended FFPR meetings,PFPR meetings, and site locations to gather data for project work.
09/2016 to 01/2019
Civil Engineer II/Project Engineer Gem Plumbing Fall River, MA,
  • I assume the role of Civil, on various GDOT projects ranging from interstate projects to small urban projects
  • Responsibilities include ensuring the Department guidelines, contract requirements, and accepted engineering principles are applied to all phases of construction
  • Directly responsible for scheduling, prioritizing, and forecasting project development for the engineering staff
  • Help develop technical solutions to resolve construction, utilities, business and residential issues
  • Familiar with contract modifications, allotment request, supplemental agreement request, and time extension request to the Area Engineer for review and approval
  • Communicate with senior management and FHWA to provide progress reports, financial status, and construction progress on ongoing projects
  • Oversee bridge pre-pour meetings to ensure bridge pour rate, acceptable material usage, steel cover clearance, and zero tolerance for errors
  • Ensure work is properly documented and conforms to GDOT specifications and specs
  • This includes applicable mandated FHWA, State and Local Government and environmental guidelines and regulation
  • Enforce environmental and erosion control regulations such as NPDES Infrastructure General Permit, Georgia Erosion and
  • Sediment Act while maintaining detailed records of Best Management Practices and other pertinent documentation as directed by the specific Project Erosion and Sedimentation & Pollution Control Plans
  • Maintain a professional working relationship with all people connected to the job.
  • Determined project responsibilities by identifying and assigning personnel to project phases and elements.
  • Investigated change order requests based on field conditions and out-of-scope work.
  • Coordinated construction planning, material resources and staff scheduling to achieve on-time, under-budget completion of projects.
  • Maintained detailed knowledge of internal specifications and design standards as well as applicable regulatory requirements.
  • NEPA/GEPA, costing plan development
  • Plans ahead for upcoming problems or opportunities and takes appropriate action.
  • Produces results or provides service that meets or exceeds operational standards
08/2015 to 09/2016
Operations Engineer Coca-Cola Alpharetta, GA,
  • Responsible for providing and maintain detailed work instructions, drive quality improvements, efficiency improvements, material presentation enhancements, manage the daily work plan, provide metrics for quality and schedule performance, and coordinate engineering and tooling changes as required to meet Operations goals, performed analysis on quality defects, technical studies of a complex nature, conducted analysis of operations (existing or propose and generated make-or-buy proposals and recommend corrective actions for areas of responsibility; evaluate vendors, attend vendor negotiations, and assist in resolving vendor problems.
  • Enhanced technical operations guidelines by reviewing and revising administrative and maintenance procedures for storage and production of [Product or Service].
  • Oversaw field installations and guided projects to meet deadlines.
  • Implemented, promoted and integrated new operations projects and initiatives.
  • Identified cost optimization and reduction practices to increase revenue and lower expenses.
  • Investigated root causes for operation issues and developed appropriate corrective actions.
  • Facilitated future technical analyses of procedures and techniques by maintaining files, records and production of final documentation for Aerospace jobs.
  • Collected, analyzed and summarized engineering and operating trends and data.
04/2013 to 08/2015
Dispatcher Fat Cats Chandler Heights, AZ,
  • Responsible for multiple dispatching and material functions; track status of materials that feeds manufacturing; identify shortages, request replacements and track status of kits
  • Maintain accuracy of reports and data entry
  • Work side by side with Mechanical Engineers, Structure MRB Engineers, and Quality Engineers to get parts issued to the production line
  • Ensure proper request are placed for replacement material such as scrap, DMT or miscellaneous issues
  • Provide customer support to mechanics within assigned department and cover other departments as needed
  • Perform all Point of Use processes to include requesting, Q stamp inspection and delivery of material to using department per manufacturing schedule
  • Trained employees on triaging and dispatching procedures to properly handle daily picks.
  • Worked closely with transportation supervisor to dispatch and assign loads.
04/2011 to 04/2013
Inventory Material Specialist II Kelly Services/ Gulfstream Aerospace City, STATE,
  • Ensure proper put-away/stocking of inventory
  • Check incoming freight for mishandling and damages; describe and note damages on carrier waybills
  • Responsible for picking and issuing of parts and materials located in the department from one staging/stocking location to other locations using appropriate inventory transactions and license plates
  • Ensure the pulling and timely delivery of material to meet production schedules
  • Responsible for the unloading of wings, tail sections, rudders, etc.
  • Conducted warehouse cycle counts and rotated stock.
  • Coordinated materials for retrograde, issue, repackaging, storage, disposal and shipment to designated sites and identified, sorted, processed and turned in material.
  • Verified shipments received and entered receipts into materials management system.
  • Operated forklifts, pallet jacks, hand trucks and dollies.
08/2010 to 12/2011
Intern/ Teacher’s Aide– Construction Material Engineer/ Field Technician Savannah State University City, STATE,
  • Duties included daily concrete cylinder compressive strength testing, soils, and Spray Applied Fire Resistant Material (SFRM) laboratory testing
  • Performed testing of fresh concrete, soils, asphalt, and base stone
  • Effectively read architectural and structural plans/shop drawings, dev eloped communication skills with regard to construction industry/engineering/architectural personnel, improved technical writing ability, and determined cost-effective solutions to construction related issues
  • Overseer of each lab exercise, equipment, and students.
10/2009 to 04/2011
Warehouse Lead Hhgregg City, STATE,
  • Leveraged strengths in persuasive communications with customers and staff to keep the deliver team in the top 5% in the company
  • Taught each crew member OSHA rules and regulations
  • Became knowledgeable of every product in the store to increase my customer service skills
  • Handled computer troubleshooting problems, including system crashes, slow -downs and data recovery
  • Responsible for inventory, routing of delivery trucks, transfers, scheduling, and crew of 10 members.
01/2004 to 12/2009
Shift Manager Cinnabon City, STATE,
  • Coordinated shift workers for inventory receiving, auditing and restocking.
  • Managed schedules, accepted time off requests and maintained coverage for shifts.
  • Coached employees on interactions with customers to drive exceptional service.
  • Positioned skilled staff in key areas throughout shift to optimize department productivity.
  • Managed daily cash intake by counting out registers and tabulating profits.
  • Directed and led employees and team members on effective operations, methods and procedures.
  • Upheld company standards and compliance requirements for operations.
  • Enhanced operations and boosted productivity through employee training, coaching and assignments.
  • Documented receipts, employee hours and inventory movement.
  • Taught staff upselling techniques to meet revenue targets.
  • Helped employees accomplish tasks during peak periods.
  • Provided leadership, insight and mentoring to newly hired employees to supply knowledge of various company programs.
Education and Training
Expected in 12/2011 to to
BS: Civil Engineering
Savannah State University - Savannah, GA,
Activities and Honors
  • ICEA (International Erosion Control Association)
  • NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers)
  • ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
  • Savannah State Blueprint Team
  • WECS Level II
  • WECS Level 1A
  • ACI Concrete
  • Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA)
  • 2020 Commissioners Merit Award, GDOT
  • 2015 Innovative Engineer of the Year, Gulfstream Aerospace

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  • Savannah State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Civil Engineer 3/Erosion and Sediment Liaison
  • Civil Engineer II/Project Engineer
  • Operations Engineer
  • Dispatcher
  • Inventory Material Specialist II
  • Intern/ Teacher’s Aide– Construction Material Engineer/ Field Technician
  • Warehouse Lead
  • Shift Manager


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