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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

Focused builder of jigs, tools and gauges with strong work ethic and commitment to factory safety at all times. Revered for track record producing dimensionally accurate dies at high capacity to meet goals of production floor. Experienced die designer using computer software to produce consumer appreciated tools. Exceptional metalworker with 9 years of experience building dies with exact dimensions. Nimble employee with knowledge of use of power saws, rules and various hand tools to build quality products. Safety-oriented shop veteran with extensive training on factory etiquette and best practices for healthy workplaces. Exceptional metalworker with 9 years of experience building dies with exact dimensions. Nimble employee with knowledge of use of power saws, rules and various hand tools to build quality products. Safety-oriented shop veteran with extensive training on factory etiquette and best practices for healthy workplaces. Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. Dedicated professional with history of meeting company goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand. To seek and maintain a full-time position that offers professional challenges utilizing interpersonal skills, excellent time management and problem-solving skills.

Skills
  • Flexible & Adaptable
  • Reading comprehension
  • Computer proficiency
  • Detail-oriented
  • Planning and Coordination
  • Good listening skills
  • Self-motivated professional
  • Leadership
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Quality inspection
  • Tool specialist
Work History
Die Setter, 05/2012 to 03/2020
AutokinitonGrand Ledge, MI,
  • Computed dimensions, shapes and specific sizes for dies based on design outlines.
  • Assessed and updated safety protocol according to anticipated risk in manufacturing innovative products.
  • Assembled, maintained and operated drill presses to drill holes in products throughout assembly.
  • Coordinated and planned operation sequences based on blueprint and model schematics.
  • Assessed need and resourcefully designed jigs, fixtures and templates to aid in production efficiency.
  • Selected specific metals and other materials for tools depending on heat tolerance and durability, according to tool functions.
  • Measured and scribed plastic and metal stock with extreme accuracy to prepare for automated machine production.
  • Polished and refined tool surfaces, both flat and contoured using abrasive stones, power grinders and emery cloths.
  • Adjusted and ground dies, tools and parts after production to assure quality control and usability.
  • Read and stuck to detailed production schedules.
  • Inspected items for safety and operability.
  • Managed hazardous materials including proper storage, handling and labeling.
  • Monitored production and made improvements for quality and productivity.
  • Requisitioned replacement tools, parts and equipment.
  • Kept track of material and supply inventories.
  • Inspected final products for quality and functionality.
HVAC Installer, 03/2010 to 04/2012
Nrg Energy, Inc.Romeoville, IL,
  • Maintained environmental conditions by rebuilding and replacing faulty components.
  • Increased longevity of HVAC systems by performing preventive maintenance.
  • Assembled auxiliary components to heating or cooling equipment, including air ducts, pipes, discharge valves and flues.
  • Discussed heating and cooling system malfunctions with customers to isolate problems and verify corrected malfunctions.
  • Connected heating or air conditioning equipment to water, fuel or refrigerant sources to form complete circuits.
  • Utilized pressure gauges and soap-and-water solutions to test pipe and tubing joints for leaks.
  • Removed old equipment from customers' homes and cleaned up areas to prepare for new installations.
  • Optimized performance by balancing systems and calibrating controls.
  • Completed thorough inspections of supporting electrical systems to assess continuity and locate faults.
  • Removed malfunctioning parts and replaced with new components or refurbished pieces to return full functionality.
  • Consulted with customers to trace malfunctions and identify root causes, completing speedy repairs to return full performance levels.
  • Performed routine maintenance on diverse systems, including servicing fans, belts and motors and cleaning different parts.
  • Discussed heating or cooling system malfunctions with users to isolate problems, verify repairs or correct malfunctions.
  • Tested electrical circuits or components for continuity using electrical test equipment.
  • Completed knowledgeable repairs and maintenance actions on less common systems such as geothermal and ductless arrangements.
  • Installed supporting components such as fuel lines and wiring to complete systems.
  • Kept selection of supplies on hand to handle common requirements efficiently.
  • Repaired or replaced defective equipment, components or wiring.
  • Worked on both home and business units for maintenance, repairs and new installations.
Mechanic, 08/2003 to 08/2011
MccormickBelcamp, MD,
  • Performed diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures to find and identify root causes of mechanical issues.
  • Replaced damaged, missing or defective parts with new and refurbished components.
  • Analyzed and located malfunctions in brakes, motors, switches and control systems.
  • Managed inventory through computerized inventory control system.
  • Inspected and tested vehicles and completed preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotations, wheel balancing and filter replacement.
  • Examined new and replacement parts to uncover defects.
  • Kept equipment in good working order by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns and maintaining supplies.
  • Inspected vehicles and evaluated condition of systems, equipment, lights and accessories.
  • Tested newly installed equipment to determine proper functionality and compliance with regulations.
  • Demonstrated process of preventive maintenance and visual inspections to junior mechanics.
  • Ordered repair parts quickly to prevent delays in projects and repair work.
  • Serviced vehicles according to OEM recommended maintenance schedules for oil changes, engine tune-ups and fluid changes.
  • Disassembled defective parts to make proper repairs.
  • Followed established safety procedures and techniques when working under lifted vehicles.
  • Corrected unsafe conditions in work areas and immediately reported correctable conditions to supervisor.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1993 to L'anse Creuse High School - Macomb, MI
GPA:
Certifications

Forklift Certified 29,900lbs

Overhead Crane 40tons

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School Attended

  • L'anse Creuse High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Die Setter
  • HVAC Installer
  • Mechanic

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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