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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Journeyman Electrician offering 20 years of progressively advanced journey-level electrical experience.


Safety-focused Electrician highly effective at testing electrical equipment and predicting possible electrical malfunctions along with bringing a solid understanding of mechanical troubleshooting and electrical installation techniques.


Veteran Electrician with a wide-range of experience in electrical wiring and installation of electrical panels, switch boards and instrumentation for buildings and industrial-level projects.


Excellent communications skills. Works well with others, while skillfully making independent decisions.

Highlights
  • Alaska Certificate of Fitness (Electrical) # 20110710
  • Colorado Journeyman Wireman #600697
  • Wyoming Journeyman Electrician #J43219
  • Knowledge of Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA 70E)
  • Wiring termination for instrumentation in Oil and Gas Industry
  • Electrical Lead for 10-20 Journeymen and Apprentices
  • Diagnoses malfunctioning equipment and devices such as transformers, motors, instruments, lighting fixtures and replaces damaged or broken wires and cables.
  • Ability to plan layout of wiring and installs wiring, conduit, and electrical apparatus in buildings.
  • Installs and maintain electrical wiring equipment and systems such as motors, generators, air conditioning, alarm systems
  • Installs power supply conduit and wiring for newly installed machines and equipment such as motors, pumps, conveyors, lighting and alarm system
  • Identifies and responds to current and future client needs by providing excellent service to internal and external clients.
  • Resourceful team player that builds, strengthens, and maintains collaborative relationships with others inside or outside the organization.
  • Promotes a safe work environment for co-workers and customers.
Accomplishments

Electrical Supervision / Lead

  • Managed a highly efficient team of 3-20 Journeyman electricians and apprentices For Point Thompson project on Alaska North Slope.

Electrical Wiring

  • Worked to meet current NFPA electrical codes and company guidelines.
  • Commission electrical circuits and instrumentation wiring.

Scheduling

  • Scheduled and tracked all man power and repairs.
  • Tracked and processed purchase of parts to accounts payable.

Commissioning

  • Point to point check wiring. Loop Check systems. Verify readiness of systems to energize. Energize circuits for final turn over to customer. Check instrumentation wiring.
Experience
05/2015 to Current
Electrical Journeyman / Lead Gustavus Adolphus Saint Peter, MN,
  • Lead crew of 10-20 Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices for the installation of MCHL cables to interconnect system for Sealift modulus Point Thompson project EXXON Mobile site
  • Installation of conduit for flare system and interconnect to modules
  • Terminate control cables and power cables for various devices and systems.
  • Commissioning of various systems from lighting to heat trace. With Point to point checks, phone checks and loop checks.
  • Megger testing insulation for various cables as required by specs.
  • Work closely with QC and QA for the quality of installation.
  • Connect and disconnect generators of various sizes and various load requirements to bring up temporary power for lighting, outlets, welders and inspections during commissioning.
2015 to 05/2015
Journeyman Electrician Gustavus Adolphus Saint Peter, MN,

Work with foreman and additional team members to complete installations of electrical equipment at various Oil and Gas Plants, Well pad facilities.


50-80 Hrs per week

  • Installation of GRC Conduit
  • Troubleshoot instrumentation for oil and gas field sites
  • Terminate instrumentation cabinets and panels
  • Installation of cable tray systems
  • Fabrication of electrical parts and systems
  • Gland CLX cables for gas tight ratings
  • Termination and verification of CLX and Cable tray cables
  • Pull various cabling to equipment
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders. Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Read and install equipment and cables based on wiring diagrams and blueprints
  • Termination of solar cables
  • Installation of Rigid conduit
  • Review conduit drawings, schematics, and electrical drawings and specifications to determine work requirements.
  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic benders, knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
  • Supervise and coordinate the work of apprentice electricians and other crew members.
  • Comply with Company and customer policies and procedures.
  • Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.
09/2014 to 2015
Journeyman Electrician Gustavus Adolphus Saint Peter, MN,

Work with project foreman and site supervisors on installation of equipment, instruments and electrical devices at Train transfer station for Oil and Gas industry.


50-70 Hrs per week


  • Electrical Journeyman responsible for quality control and installation of electrical equipment for various Oil and Gas customers Installation of GRC Conduit Transfer Station for Oil from Trucks to Railway cars Terminate instrumentation cabinets and panels Installation of cable tray systems Fabrication of electrical parts and systems Gland CLX cables for gas tight ratings Termination and verification of CLX and Cable tray cables Pull various cabling to equipment Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Read and install equipment and cables based on wiring diagrams and blue prints Installation of Rigid conduit Responsible for maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, installation and construction of industrial electrical equipment and systems found in an industrial or commercial environment through the proper use of standard wire, conduit, fittings and hardware commonly found in industrial plants Reads and understands conduit drawings, schematics, drawings, and specifications.
  • Responsible for use and care of the tools and equipment commonly employed in industrial construction such as hydraulic/electric benders, knockout punch sets, cable puller, meggers, hi-pot equipment, volt meters, multi-testers and ammeters Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic benders, knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
  • Supervise and coordinate the work of apprentice electricians and other crew members medium voltage distribution systems low voltage distribution systems medium voltage switchgear and MCCs low voltage switchgear and MCCs medium voltage VFDs & motors lighting and small power UPS system low voltage VFDs motors and other loads Installation and maintenance of heat tracing systems.
06/2014 to 09/2014
Journeyman Electrician Hca Port Charlotte, FL,

Quality control for Oil and Gas plant, termination of various electrical equipment and devices for well pads and gas plant.


50-70 Hrs per Week


  • Electrical Journeyman responsible for quality control and installation of electrical equipment for various Oil and Gas
  • Customers Installation of GRC Conduit Troubleshoot instrumentation for oil and gas field sites Terminate instrumentation cabinets and panels Installation of cable tray systems Fabrication of electrical parts and systems Gland CLX cables for gas tight ratings Termination and verification of CLX and Cable tray cables Pull various cabling to equipment Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Read and install equipment and cables based on wiring diagrams and blue prints Termination of solar cables Installation of Rigid conduit Review conduit drawings, schematics, and electrical drawings and specifications to determine work requirements.
  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic benders, knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
  • Supervise and coordinate the work of apprentice electricians and other crew members.
  • Comply with Company and customer policies and procedures.
  • Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.
10/2013 to 01/2014
Journeyman Electrician Hca Tampa, FL,

40-60 Hrs a Week


  • Installation of electrical systems for tenant improvement projects
  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
01/2012 to 02/2014
Supervisor Electrician / Commercial Projects Foreman Hca Thousand Oaks, CA,

50-80 Hrs a week


  • Supervisor / Foreman of personnel that installed various solar photovoltaic system for commercial and residential projects Manage multiple commercial projects simultaneously, working with contractors and sub-contractors Oversee commercial electrical installations for projects from 9kW to 321kW Help with designing photovoltaic systems, working closely with engineers and drafters to complete project.
  • Basic CAD drafting for one line drawings for electrical systems Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations Installation of Photovoltaic System for residential and condominium complex.
  • Perform pre-inspections for electrical installations for solar equipment.
  • Including service equipment Work with city and state electrical inspectors to completion of project Maintain Quality Control of projects based on customer specifications and manufacturer specifications.
10/2011 to 01/2012
Journeyman Electrician Continental Taylor, MI,

40-50 Hrs per Week


  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punches sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations Installation of Photovoltaic System for residential and condominium complex.
08/2011 to 10/2011
Journeyman Electrician Samson Electric City, STATE,

40-60 Hrs per week


  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • Knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
07/2002 to 05/2010
Administrator/Master Electrician Thunder Ridge Electric City, STATE,

40-80+ Hrs per week


  • Managed company books, Project estimating, Customer service and relations, Electrical installations for both residential and commercial projects, Blueprint reading, Project management, Purchasing, Over see daily operations, Advertising, Employee supervision.
  • Managed, estimated and wired 18 units apartment remodel in West Seattle.
  • Managed, estimated and wired 30 unit apartment to Condo renovation in Tacoma Installation of 30kw Propane generator that was designed to feed multiple houses Wired Custom home in Olympia with a starting bid around $16,000 and Completion of close to $100,000 with Changes Installation of Security cameras for Seattle commercial Building Work with general contractors on project changes and installations Review conduit drawings, schematics, and electrical drawings and specifications to determine work requirements.
  • Install, repair, and maintain breaker boxes, electrical outlets, light switches, lighting fixtures, electrical wiring, fuses, and other components of an electrical system.
  • Operate electrical equipment and tools such as hydraulic tubing benders, Conduit benders.
  • knockout punch sets, cable pullers, volt meters, and testers.
  • Inspect, isolate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical malfunctions using various test instruments.
  • Perform routine electrical repair projects and preventative maintenance.
  • Test electrical equipment for safety and efficiency.
  • Plan the layout and wiring of new or modified installations.
  • Fabricate electrical parts as required.
  • Select, install, and pull wiring to the required equipment locations.
  • Estimate cost, time, and materials for electrical projects.
  • Maintain accurate inventory of electrical parts, equipment, and related manuals.
  • Prepare reports and conduct safety audits as required.
  • Supervise and coordinate the work of apprentice electricians and other crew members.
  • Comply with Company and customer policies and procedures.
  • Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.
  • Installation of electrical systems for upgrades done to telecommunication cell towers.
05/2001 to 10/2003
Journeyman Electrician / Foreman Holmes Electric City, STATE,

40-60 Hrs per week


  • Installation of electrical systems for commercial buildings, industrial buildings and tenant improvement Supervise 10 journeymen and apprentices on commercial project.
  • Work closely with inspectors and general contractors on various projects
  • Blueprint reading
  • Material ordering for crew supervised
  • Fire Alarm installation
  • Conduit bending and threading for installations
  • Installation of rigid conduit Installation of GRC conduit for various facilities
  • Medium voltage distribution systems
  • Low voltage distribution systems
  • Medium voltage switchgear and MCCs
  • Low voltage switchgear and MCCs
  • Installation of lighting and small power for commercial and industrial business's UPS system low voltage VFDs motors and other loads heat tracing systems.
06/1996 to 05/2001
Electrical Apprentice Puget Sound JATC City, STATE,

40-60 Hrs per week


  • Work with various foremen and journeymen.
  • Working with various electrical contractors, (by JATC policy) on the installation of electrical systems.
  • Perform walk through with electrical inspector Installation of wire, conduit, various electrical devices.
  • Communicate with general contractors and customers.
  • Conduit bending, Conduit threading.
Education
Expected in 2000
Certificate of Electrical Apprenticeship Program: Electrical Apprenticeship
Puget Sound JATC - Renton, WA
GPA:

Four year electrical apprenticeship with the Puget Sound JATC

Learned about electrical industry, calculation, blueprint reading, conduit bending, knowledge of electrical codes

Interests
  • Photography (Portrait, Landscape, Ariel, Underwater)
  • Audio & Video Production
  • Sports
  • Flying (perusing private pilots license)
  • Travel
  • Marketing
  • Motorcycles
  • Computer Technology
Additional Information

Current Journeyman LICENCES

  • Alaska Certificate of Fitness (Electrical) # 20110710
  • Colorado Journeyman Wireman #600697
  • Wyoming Journeyman Electrician #J-43219

Formerly Held Licenses

  • Washington State: Master Electrician # GIFFOCL*963L2
  • Hawaii: Supervising Electrician # ES-10617

Current NSTC Course Card Holder


PEC Priemier Safeland USA Basic Orientation


Would like to pursue becoming safety coordinator in electrical industry.

Skills

Understanding of Current National Electrical Code


Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.


Customer service: Ability to understand and execute client requests, requirements to complete project to the required specifications. Great communication between foreman, journeymen and apprentices to complete required tasks.

Understands directions to complete a required task. Willing to ask questions when directions are not clear.


Willing to take classes to further education and training. Strong desire to learn new skills.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Puget Sound JATC

Job Titles Held:

  • Electrical Journeyman / Lead
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Supervisor Electrician / Commercial Projects Foreman
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • Administrator/Master Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician / Foreman
  • Electrical Apprentice

Degrees

  • Certificate of Electrical Apprenticeship Program

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