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

Hardworking Construction Foreman bringing 10 years of progressive experience. Quality-focused and diligent with excellent communication, multitasking and time management skills. Responsible Foreman with excellent project oversight, team management and blueprint interpretation skills coupled with more than 10 years of experience. Achieves project milestones and adheres to deadlines and quality standards. Experienced team leadership proficient in managing construction operations with exceptional team supervision, project coordination and analytical problem-solving skills. Optimizes resource use to achieve challenging targets. Diplomatic in resolving disputes and coordinating diverse teams.

  • Quality controls
  • Site monitoring
  • Project estimation and bidding
  • Residential construction
  • Effective communication
  • Construction management
  • Workload Planning
  • Team Leadership
  • Reviewing Time Sheets
  • Managing Materials
  • Company Safety Policies
Work History
Construction Foreman, 09/2018 - Current
Mdu Resources Group, Inc. Tualatin, OR,
  • Collaborated with management and fellow supervisors to organize operations and achieve demanding schedule targets.
Commercial Fisherman, 06/1998 - 02/2019
Republic Services, Inc. Nampa, ID,
  • Troubleshot and repaired equipment and kept fishing vessels clean to maintain machinery in good working order.
  • Conducted emergency drills and maintained lifeboats, signal flares and other survival equipment to prepare for inherent dangers.
  • Examined fish to check for defects or signs of ill health and released substandard catches back to water.
  • Navigated fishing vessel using radar, sonar and global positioning instruments.
  • Leveraged nets of various sizes, fishing lines and traps to catch fish.
  • Measured catches and released fish that failed to meet jurisdiction's or captain's size requirements.
  • Operated machinery to hoist captured fish onto boats.
  • Sorted and cleaned fish and stored in refrigerated or ice-filled holds to prevent spoilage.
  • Used rakes to collect kelp and other types of water-based vegetation.
  • Stayed up to date on best fishing locations in area to maximize trip profits.
  • Applied knowledge of areas and navigational skills to keep vessel on-target and bring in maximum returns.
  • Operated fish-finding equipment to locate desirable catches and minimize wasted time. Used maintenance log and troubleshooting to keep onboard equipment functional and operating properly.
  • Oversaw employees, directed activities and enforced regulatory requirements.
  • Operated navigational instruments to correctly steer vessel.
  • Stocked vessel with equipment for fishing, boating operations and effective emergency response.
  • Checked fish for size to meet Department of Fish and Games regulations and tossed underweight or injured fish back in ocean.
  • Checked and emptied fish traps, checked catches for quality and stored according to size and type.
  • Performed basic repairs and common maintenance tasks during trips to keep equipment functional.
  • Operated shipboard equipment and devices to plan and optimize navigational routes for commercial fishing vessel.
  • Kept up with detailed ship and gear maintenance schedule to maintain optimal fishing levels and revenue returns.
  • Packaged and loaded products for shipment.
  • Hauled in boat loads, sorted catch and packed hold with desirable fish.
  • Obtained required approvals for using poisons or traps.
  • Tracked fuel usage and supply levels to prevent overuse and maintain profit levels.
  • Reduced carrying and storage load by processing field kills and removing and discarding unwanted parts.
  • Conducted daily inspections, completed basic maintenance and performed minor repairs to keep gear and equipment in optimal condition.
  • Operated and maintained traps to comply with hunting code standards.
  • Safely and accurately setup crab traps and net equipment to catch various species of fish.
  • Designed effective and safe fishing routes for commercial fishing vessels, continuously studying maps and changing weather conditions.
  • Sorted, packed and stored catch with salt or ice.
  • Closely followed protocols for emergency situations, maintaining calmness and efficiency.
  • Cleaned equipment and facilities, paying close attention to operability and safety.
  • Located fish by using sonar equipment and directed captain and skiff operator to exact location for casting nets
  • Supervised 4 fisherman on 58 to 73 foot vessel to optimize performance and safety standards while fishing.
  • Maintained and repaired trapping equipment.
  • Patrolled lines and nets to inspect settings and move or reset traps.
  • Participated in wildlife and natural area protection efforts.
  • Measured, sorted and stored catches, returning illegal or undesirable creatures back to water.
  • Harvested as many as 200,000 pounds per trip to sell at markets and local restaurants.
  • Inspected weather forecasts to effectively plan trips around storms and other hazardous conditions.
  • Monitored weather, crew and vessel conditions to make sound operational choices.
  • Kept nets, cables, ropes and other deck equipment properly stored to control wear and maintain crew safety.
  • Used manual methods or hoisting equipment to move supplies, nets, traps and catches to and from vessel.
  • Collected fish and marine delicacies using nets, traps and other methods.
Commercial Truck Driver, 11/2010 - 08/2013
Central Lakes College Saint Louis, MO,
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Daily Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Daily Communicated with other truck drivers and operators to coordinate materials handling and deliveries.
  • Developed and nurtured lasting customer relationships by projecting professional corporate image and responding quickly to logistical and scheduling issues.
  • Worked in various refineries hauling a range of different types of products and chemicals.
Heavy Equipment Operator, 08/2010 - 03/2011
Callenconstruction City, STATE,
  • Operated excavation, compaction and grading equipment to complete safe and efficient work. Installed residential and city utilities.
GED: , Expected in 06/1996
Ferndale High School - Ferndale, WA
: Welding, Expected in 06/1996
Bellingham Technical College - Bellingham, WA
  • Awarded welding one certificate
  • Relevant Coursework Completed: mig tig and acr welding.
  • Awarded welding one certificate

Wrs construction

Cowden construction

Raider Farms

Westide building supply

Birch rentals

Sholten rentals

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