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

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A level 1 composite bonder with one and a half years of extensive experience seeking a position that will allow me to utilize and advance my current skills, knowledge, and abilities in a Composites laboratory. I would like to assist in achieving company goals and objectives that will ensure we meet deadlines and to make the best product possible for our costumer. I am looking forward to advancing my career in aerospace working in a diverse team environment.

Skills
  • Extensive knowledge on laying up flat and advanced composite parts
  • Steady hands perfect for lay ups
  • Extensive knowledge on running GFM ply cutters and running program files.
  • Knows all materials used in a composite shop
  • Knowledge in driving Crown and Raymond Forklift trucks
  • Innovative
  • Team leader
  • Analytical thinker
  • Fast learner
  • Familiar with WMS and RF systems.
  • Excellent organizational and coordinating skills.
  • Strong commitment to quality and service.
  • Experience working in diverse team environments
  • Forklift certified
  • Inventory experience
  • Team leader
  • Fast learner
  • Receiving
  • Composite Repairs
  • Safety
  • Shipping
  • Trainer experience
Experience
Composite Bonder Level 1, 12/2019 to Current
Progressive LogisticsMorehead, KY,
  • D.O.D SECRET CLEARANCE ACTIVE
  • A level 1 composite bonder with one and a half years of extensive experience.
  • Extensive knowledge of using GFM Ply cutter to cut all sorts of jobs including: Loading cut files onto the program, ensuring every offset and vacuum tables used are correct, Using the correct material the job calls for, Lifting rolls up to 180 pounds onto A frames, after the GFM is done cutting proceed to pick up plies and put them in a designated area for a technician to come pick up the job for laying up.
  • Extensive knowledge of laying up composite parts including: flat and advanced lay ups, setting up lasers to lay up according to the ply table and laser projection, doing 2 min debulks between every 3 plies, using materials such as armalon, FEP, Breather (N10), film, TC wires and chromate or other bag sealing tapes. Lastly conducting a leak check to ensure the part stays below 25 torr during the cure cycle in the oven.
  • Knowledge of all materials used in the composite shop including : 5052 TY I and II woven, 5054 TY I and TY II UNI, 10001.01 and 1000.04 Peel Ply, 5055 TY II and 5056 TY II Fiberglass, 2019 TY I and TY III Adhesive, 2018 TY III Adhesive with copper mesh, 2017 TY III Adhesive, ETC.
  • Knowledge of all PPE used and needed in the shop to perform proper lay ups that ensure the part is FOD free and to ensure my own safety.
  • Knowledge of laying up Honeycomb core onto a composite part, Using potting to fill in any voids or areas that need to be filled in prior to laying up over it.
  • Knowledge of preparing tools for lay ups including: Cleaning tools of any left over residue from cures, applying akimi to the tool and making it flush to the tool, applying freekote if needed to the tool to lay up directly onto the tool.
  • Knowledge of breaking composite tools out of bags after cures and applying ID in order to store the parts until they are ready for use.
  • Knowledge of using Sit-Down Forklift to move big items around the shop such as tools and tables.
  • Knowledge of filling out PMR cards accordingly and taking and putting back rolls into the freezer.
  • Knowledge of running an oven in a composite shop including: Connecting all hoses to vacuum ports and pucks, connecting TC wires to record a proper temp and to ensure the part stays in spec according to the cooking method, setting up the cure times and the acceleration of how quickly the oven needs to heat up or cool down, making sure each part in the oven has the proper cure logs to go along with it, and making sure the oven drops to 150 degree before opening it for break out.
  • Knowledge of using a crane to move huge parts and tools across the composite shop. (Crane certificate obtained)
  • Knowledge of doing a Verifilm on parts to get an adequate reading on how much adhesive to use for the composite part we ar bonding.
Forklift Operator, 05/2017 to 02/2018
Geodis LogisticsCity, STATE,
  • Inbound/Outbound Departments).
  • Unload trailers via by hand or forklift to the receiving dock.
  • Scan and confirm new inventory with RF scanners using WMS and Red Prairie.
  • Put away new inventory to designated location via forklift (Crown & Raymond Reach).
  • Replenish locations for the picking process from storage location to picking stations.
  • Picking cases via forklift on pallets to ship to stores requesting high volumes.
  • Palletize cases to pallets for the shipping process.
  • Create shipping labels and move palletized product to the shipping dock for loading.
  • Load pallets from the dock to designated trailer.
  • Certified forklift driver for Crown and Raymond equipment (Reach truck, Order Picker, EPJ, Dock stocker and Tennant Industrial Floor Scrubber.
  • Involved in the Safety Committee.
Material Handling Equipment Trainer/Forklift Operator, 03/2013 to 05/2017
Rite Aid Distribution CenterCity, STATE,
  • Certified Material Handling Equipment trainer for Reach Truck, Stock Picker, Walkie riders, RC and Tennant Industrial Floor Scrubber of 2 years.
  • Trained new Associates on Replenishing processes for the replenishment department.
  • Showed new Associates around the warehouse, gave them orientation power points, paperwork to sign, demonstrated procedures for the job and safety regulations.
  • Trained current associates on equipment via videos, print outs of power points and hands on training.
  • Trained in a closed off and designated training zone to prevent accidents and other drivers from intimidating the trainees.
  • Provided Forklift Licenses to associates who successfully completed training.
  • Stacked and transported all overstock to storage areas via forklift.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Picked up incoming stock and delivered materials to designated locations via forklift.
  • Stacked and stored pallets at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized.
  • Used RF scanners to complete all transactions throughout the warehouse.
Education and Training
As of March 2019, I successfully completed all classes needed for the Aircraft Fabrication and Assembly Certificate: , Expected in 2021
Antelope Valley College - Lancaster, CA
GPA:
A's (4.0) for the
semester meeting all academic requirements and completing all skill projects for the following courses: AFAB 110, AFAB 115, AFAB 120 and AFAB 130. For the Summer 2019 semester I received a B+ for the AFAB 210 course needed to complete the program. Aerospace Related Major: , Expected in 2019
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GPA:
Received an Emergency Medical Technician Certificate: , Expected in 2019
University of Antelope Valley - Lancaster, CA
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2010
Knight High School - Palmdale, CA
GPA:
  • Successfully Completed AFAB 110 Blueprint Interpretation Training (Spring 2019) – Training included interpreting basic geometric definitions, basic lines and drafting methods, drawing numbering systems, types of drawings, engineering parts lists, and coordinating reference systems. (Certificate Received)
  • Successfully Completed AFAB 115 Aircraft Structures Training (Spring 2019) - Training consisted of classroom lecture and “hands-on” practice drilling holes (close tolerance) in aluminum, composites, steel and titanium, cold working of holes and installation of special fasteners (Eddie Bolts, etc.), the importance of aircraft sealants and proper preparation of surfaces for application of sealants. Includes material fabrication using sheet metal equipment and completion of a final project of moderate complexity. (Certificate Received)
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GPA:
Successfully completed AFAB 120 Composite Fabrication and Repair (Spring 2019): , Expected in
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GPA:
  • Training consists of performing composite lay-ups and fabrication, as well as composite repair procedures. Training involves lecture and hands-on practice in graphite, aramid, and fiberglass reinforcement materials. Vacuum bagging techniques, lay-ups and repairs using room temperature and oven cures are also covered.
  • Successfully completed AFAB 130 Aerospace Ethics and Issues (Spring 2017) – This training addresses the ethical responsibilities of aircraft maintenance technicians (AMTs). The course articulates the ethical framework for aircraft technicians by critically reflecting on aerospace practices and examining the ethical challenges that confront the aerospace industry, and aerospace technicians and professionals working within these organizations. Includes: social and personal responsibilities in aerospace, truth-telling and disclosure, whistle-blowing, professionalism, safety, and human factors. Detailed analysis of many case studies in industry are reviewed. (Certificate Received)
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GPA:
  • Successfully completed AFAB 210 Aircraft Production Systems (Summer 2019) - This training is designed to give students with basic aircraft fabrication skills the necessary knowledge and practical experience to perform effectively and grow professionally in an aircraft production organization. The training introduces many of the functional groups that manage, design, plan, schedule, supply, and oversee aircraft production operations. The course provides experience with production and quality standards, process controls, and documentation requirements through participation in hands-on laboratory fabrication projects.
  • Completed Click Bond Training (Spring 2019) - Installation of Bonded Surfaced Mounted Parts & Nut plates per CBPS 206.
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GPA:
Awards and Recognition, Made the Antelope Valley College Presidents List Spring 2019.
2019) For exceptional performance in grades achieved, attendance and punctuality, honesty and integrity, responsibility, professional appearance, courtesy and cooperation, teamwork, safe work practices, and effective management of laboratory resources I was awarded the AVC Standards & Expectations Certificate for the AFAB 130 Aerospace Ethics and Issues, AFAB 115 Aircraft Structures and AFAB 110 Basic Blueprint Interpretation: , Expected in
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GPA:

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School Attended
  • Antelope Valley College
  • University of Antelope Valley
  • Knight High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Composite Bonder Level 1
  • Forklift Operator
  • Material Handling Equipment Trainer/Forklift Operator
Degrees
  • As of March 2019, I successfully completed all classes needed for the Aircraft Fabrication and Assembly Certificate
  • semester meeting all academic requirements and completing all skill projects for the following courses: AFAB 110, AFAB 115, AFAB 120 and AFAB 130. For the Summer 2019 semester I received a B+ for the AFAB 210 course needed to complete the program. Aerospace Related Major
  • Received an Emergency Medical Technician Certificate
  • High School Diploma
  • <ul><li>Successfully Completed AFAB 110 Blueprint Interpretation Training (Spring 2019) – Training included interpreting basic geometric definitions, basic lines and drafting methods, drawing numbering systems, types of drawings, engineering parts lists, and coordinating reference systems. (Certificate Received)</li><li>Successfully Completed AFAB 115 Aircraft Structures Training (Spring 2019) - Training consisted of classroom lecture and “hands-on” practice drilling holes (close tolerance) in aluminum, composites, steel and titanium, cold working of holes and installation of special fasteners (Eddie Bolts, etc.), the importance of aircraft sealants and proper preparation of surfaces for application of sealants. Includes material fabrication using sheet metal equipment and completion of a final project of moderate complexity. (Certificate Received)</li></ul>
  • Successfully completed AFAB 120 Composite Fabrication and Repair (Spring 2019)
  • <ul><li>Training consists of performing composite lay-ups and fabrication, as well as composite repair procedures. Training involves lecture and hands-on practice in graphite, aramid, and fiberglass reinforcement materials. Vacuum bagging techniques, lay-ups and repairs using room temperature and oven cures are also covered.</li><li>Successfully completed AFAB 130 Aerospace Ethics and Issues (Spring 2017) – This training addresses the ethical responsibilities of aircraft maintenance technicians (AMTs). The course articulates the ethical framework for aircraft technicians by critically reflecting on aerospace practices and examining the ethical challenges that confront the aerospace industry, and aerospace technicians and professionals working within these organizations. Includes: social and personal responsibilities in aerospace, truth-telling and disclosure, whistle-blowing, professionalism, safety, and human factors. Detailed analysis of many case studies in industry are reviewed. (Certificate Received)</li></ul>
  • <ul><li>Successfully completed AFAB 210 Aircraft Production Systems (Summer 2019) - This training is designed to give students with basic aircraft fabrication skills the necessary knowledge and practical experience to perform effectively and grow professionally in an aircraft production organization. The training introduces many of the functional groups that manage, design, plan, schedule, supply, and oversee aircraft production operations. The course provides experience with production and quality standards, process controls, and documentation requirements through participation in hands-on laboratory fabrication projects.</li><li>Completed Click Bond Training (Spring 2019) - Installation of Bonded Surfaced Mounted Parts & Nut plates per CBPS 206.</li></ul>
  • 2019) For exceptional performance in grades achieved, attendance and punctuality, honesty and integrity, responsibility, professional appearance, courtesy and cooperation, teamwork, safe work practices, and effective management of laboratory resources I was awarded the AVC Standards & Expectations Certificate for the AFAB 130 Aerospace Ethics and Issues, AFAB 115 Aircraft Structures and AFAB 110 Basic Blueprint Interpretation

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