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Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Conscientious Truck Driver knowledgeable about DOT safety regulations and efficient route planning. Accident-free safe driver with clean MVR with no violations. Over 10 years of experience on the road.

Skills
  • Cargo handling
  • Customer-oriented
  • Route management
  • Clean MVR
  • Refrigerated trailers operation
  • Dependable and reliable
  • OTR
  • Planning ability
  • Efficient trip planner
  • Air Brake Certification
  • Courteous and polite demeanor
  • Managed incidents
  • Assisting customers
  • Documentation skills
  • Class A license
  • Preventive maintenance
Experience
08/2021 to Current
Driver / Delivery Small Construction Machine Ops Rally Point Rentals City, STATE,
  • Inspected vehicle and maintained gas, oil and water levels.
  • Communicated frequently with dispatch to relay route changes and delays impacting customer delivery timetables.
  • Utilized street maps to plan and determine most efficient routes.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Loaded trucks and safely secured merchandise to prevent damage during transportation.
  • Delivered exceptional customer service in all interactions to promote satisfaction and maintain company loyalty.
  • Maintained safe driving habits to protect property and general public on roadways.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by observing road rules, exercising caution in unfamiliar areas and maintaining vehicle control.
  • Performed deliveries throughout greater Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico area.

  • Inspected vehicle prior to and after completing shifts, noting damage or issues in detailed logs.
  • Delivered items to customers and presented invoices for signature.
  • Loaded, balanced and secured product to safely transport goods.
  • Updated logs with timely and accurate information meet internal requirements and DOT recordkeeping demands.
03/1983 to Current
Self Self-employeed City, STATE,
  • Operated hand and power tools to complete repairs.
  • Used professional grade tools and equipment to perform wide range of handyman services.
  • Kept interior and exterior of buildings clean, safe and welcoming.
  • Maintained equipment, materials and tool inventory to meet repair or maintenance needs with minimal delay.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and repairs on buildings and equipment using plumbing and electrical skills to keep properties clean and safe.
  • Fixed and managed electrical and plumbing problems.
  • Replaced wall sockets, ran lines and completed basic carpentry to finish installations.
  • Replaced burned-out light bulbs and performed basic electrical repairs.
  • Repaired outlets, circuit breakers and lights to restore electrical systems to functionality.
  • Employed part-time help for large repair and construction jobs, complying with employment laws and recordkeeping.
  • Used rulers and micrometers to inspect parts and determine dimension requirements.
  • Read and interpreted equipment and work orders to properly perform required maintenance services.
  • Read work orders or received instructions from supervisors or homeowners to determine work requirements.
09/2010 to 01/2020
Truck Driver/Owner Swift Transportation City, STATE,
  • Maintained records such as vehicle logs, records of cargo, or billing statements in accordance with regulations
  • Conducted vehicle inspections prior to and after every trip and performed minor repairs, including Lights and wipers to keep truck functional.
  • Fulfilled back haul orders and spotting trailers in loading yard.
  • Established relationships with customers through use of interpersonal, active listening and inquiry response skills.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by observing all road rules, exercising caution in unfamiliar areas and maintaining vehicle control.
  • Used pallet jack and forklift to load and unload products at distribution centers and route locations.
  • Established long-term relationships with customers by promoting great service and engagement skills and quickly resolving issues.
  • Hooked and unhooked trailers from tractor and converter dollies.
  • Performed loading and offloading of trucks, utilizing pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Processed shipment documents neatly and efficiently for each load.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance, checking gages, readings and fluid changes while executing truck cleans and completing advanced mechanical repairs.
  • Loaded, balanced and secured product to safely transport goods.
  • Logged all pertinent shift information, including driving hours and [Type] data on time to keep reports current.
  • Balanced materials, secured containers and verified weight limits of loads to avoid safety or compliance issues.
  • Promoted positive customer service by delivering on-time shipments and fully resolving issues.
  • Connected air hoses and electrical lines, installed and removed tire chains and manually cranked dolly wheels.
  • Lifted freight and other objects of various shapes, sizes and weights up to 150 pounds.
  • Measured temperature of haul and refrigerated area of truck.
  • Maintained safe driving habits to protect property and general public on roadways.
  • Ran tractor-trailer combination in Snowy and Icy environments, including all weather conditions.
  • Planned efficient routes and adjusted strategies based on current weather and traffic information.
  • Drove trucks with capacities greater than three tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products, livestock or other materials.
  • Wrote receipts for loads picked up and collected payment for goods delivered and for delivery charges.
  • Submitted reports on condition of truck at end of each trip.
  • Submitted daily mileage log with trip sheet, fuel, maintenance and delivery documentation.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Conducting pre-inspections to keep trucks reliable and well-maintained.
  • Obtained and maintained proper delivery authorization and pickup documentation.
  • Completed efficient transfers at hubs and final destinations to keep routes on schedule.
  • Conducted emergency roadside repairs, including replacing light bulbs and installing fuses and tire chains.
  • Tracked daily logs to meet DOT regulations and financial paperwork to meet tax and other financial responsibilities.
  • Retained valid proof of insurance and registration in vehicle at all times.
  • Observed all driving regulations and safety procedures, maintaining 100% safe driving record.
  • Updated logs with timely and accurate information meet internal requirements and DOT recordkeeping demands.
  • Recorded expenses and maintained receipts.
  • Applied defensive driving and safety techniques to prevent accidents.
  • Supported management by reporting truck abnormalities for corrective action.
  • Implemented daily DOT pre-trip inspections to reduce risks or delivery delays.
  • Inspected, serviced and maintained equipment on daily basis to achieve long-lasting performance.
  • Operated tractor-trailer combination in urban, suburban and rural environments and in all types of weather conditions.
  • Inspected trucks and trailers before and after trips and completed basic maintenance for optimal performance.
  • Coordinated with dispatch to receive updates, communicate efficient routes and convey delays.
04/1998 to 06/1999
Equipment Operating Engineer Camas Aggregate City, STATE,
  • Operated front end loader to move dirt and different base materials.
  • Learned about new equipment and related attachments while maintaining knowledge of items used daily to meet job requirements.
  • Followed signals from ground crew and other operators to safely move materials and prevent dangerous interactions or missed cues.
  • Maintained equipment on-site with regular maintenance and repairs.
  • Coordinated machine operations with other site personnel to keep materials moving smoothly and prevent accidents.
  • Loaded and moved dirt, rocks, equipment and materials.
  • Adjusted throttles, switches and pedals to operate trench excavators, road graders or backhoes.
Education and Training
Expected in 03/1982
High School Diploma:
St. Louis High School - Pearl Harbor, Hi,
GPA:
Expected in
: Automotive Engineering Technology
Front Range Community College - Westminster, CO
GPA:
Expected in
: Electrical, Electronics Engineering Technologies
Arapahoe Community College - Littleton, CO
GPA:
Expected in
: Electrical, Electronics Engineering Technologies
University Of Denver - Denver, CO
GPA:
Expected in
: Truck Driving School
Swift University - Pheonix, Az.,
GPA:
Expected in
: Operating Engineer, Heavy Equipment Operator
Emily Griffith Technical College - Denver, CO
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • St. Louis High School
  • Front Range Community College
  • Arapahoe Community College
  • University Of Denver
  • Swift University
  • Emily Griffith Technical College

Job Titles Held:

  • Driver / Delivery Small Construction Machine Ops
  • Self
  • Truck Driver/Owner
  • Equipment Operating Engineer

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)

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