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

9+ years of electrical experience in nuclear power plants, refineries, fuel/ liquids storage plants, chemical plants and commercial businesses Very knowledgeable with computers and Microsoft office Testing: Inspected and tested machinery and equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions. Inspection: Followed checklists to inspect drives, motors, and belts and do other maintenance jobs. Blueprint Reading: Read blueprints, work orders, and production schedules to accurately determine job instructions and specifications. Knowledge to learn and adapt to any work site, hands on enthusiast. Professional Summary Focused electrician with many years of industrial and commercial experience. Able to read blueprints and prioritize work to meet deadline requirements. Reliable worker with strong mechanical aptitude and a willingness to learn. Can work any shifts.

Accomplishments

TWIC Certified

NCCER Industrial Electrician

Skills
  • Preventive and Reparative Maintenance
  • Exceptionally detail-oriented
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Works well in a team environment
  • Safety procedures and regulations
  • Blueprints and Schematics
Work History
Electrician , 01/2017 to 11/2019
Emcor Group, Inc.Tulsa, OK,
  • Completed Level 0, 1 & 2 Training Qualified
  • Performed PMs on station transformers, Diesel Generator systems, motors, busses, lighting panels, MCCs, switchgear, MOVs, breakers, relays, ground trucks, fire alarm system, iso-phase, main generator, exciter & station batteries
  • Worked with various voltages ranging from 12V-230KV
  • Performed Pre-Job Briefs, Job Site Reviews and followed safety precautions
  • Focused on Transformer yard, main generator/exciter and isophase bus maintenance for refueling outages.
  • Performed walk downs and prepared for work ahead
  • Installed, maintained, repaired and tested equipment for electricity generation and utilization.
  • Stored and maintained power tools and equipment for each job.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects and repair requirements.
  • Read and interpreted electrical, mechanical and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications for wiring layouts.
  • Used testing instruments such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, ammeters and multimeters.
  • Conducted site visits to plan placement of equipment and interconnection to site's existing electrical system.
  • Coordinated with other trades and contractors to facilitate various work packages
  • Qualified to operate warehouse forklifts, off road forklifts and manlifts
Valve & Actuator Technician, 10/2015 to 02/2016
Emcor Group, Inc.Waltham, MA,
  • Rigged and hoisted valve and actuator components in compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Facilitated repair and testing of control valve, industrial isolation valves and actuators to prevent malfunction and support longevity.
  • Performed field service and valve testing with computerized lift assists, operating with safety and deliberation to achieve repair solutions and maintain machine longevity.
  • Performed valve write-ups, including nameplate data, guide and nozzle ring settings and spring number to promote easy access and long-term valve health.
  • Tested all valves and packing cases according to company procedures.
  • Reviewed and disassembled control valves prior to completing skilled repairs.
  • Identified problems with valves and used appropriate troubleshooting techniques to locate and resolve concerns.
  • Maintained professional working environment and enhanced productivity by keeping all areas neat and organized.
  • Verified products and shipment information to accurately distribute items to customers.
  • Remained highly educated and effective by completing continuous training on pneumatic and digital control systems.
  • Recorded maintenance information, including test results, material usage and repairs made.
  • Lubricated wearing surfaces of mechanical parts using oils or other lubricants.
  • Worked flexible hours; night, weekend, and holiday shifts.
  • Used coordination and planning skills to achieve results according to schedule.
Electrician, 01/2006 to 10/2014
Bayou Electrical Services & Troubleshooting, LLCCity, STATE,
  • Assembles, tests, maintains, and repairs AC and DC motors.
  • Performs commercial and industrial services including installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Wires low voltage, single, and three-phase networks and systems.
  • 120V-480V Troubleshoots a broad range of electrical equipment.
  • Operates heavy-duty machinery.
  • Planning and directing small and large projects Inspects electrical systems and equipment to identify defects, and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Build and troubleshoot AC/DC panels and power supplies.
  • Run conduit, pull wire and make terminations.
  • Maintain starters, control systems and PLC's Hands on mechanically and electrically inclined Developed and executed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures based on job terms and permit regulations.
  • Provided outstanding customer service.
  • Attended weekly safety meetings to ensure operational safety.
  • Employed wide variety of hand and power tools including hoists, drills, precision measuring instruments and electronic testing devices.
  • Followed company procedures to maintain work environment in a neat and orderly condition.
  • Ensured proper installations through accurate reading of blueprints.
  • Accurately completed service reports and warranty forms.
  • Maintained positive relationships with all customers.
  • Picked orders from inventory locations.
Education
Associate of Science: Electrical Electronics Engineering Technology, Expected in
Delgado Community College - New Orleans, LA,
GPA:
  • Majored in Electrical Electronics Engineering Technology

· ELET 101 – DC fundamentals involving series, parallel, combo circuits as well as concepts of resistance, capacitance, and inductance.

· ELET 102 – AC principals including single and poly phase circuits nonsinusoidal waveforms and transformers. Includes Fournier analysis and P-Spice PC software.

· ELET 103 – (Lab) Investigation of DC circuits with emphasis on practical electric circuits

· ELET 155 – Fundamentals of electronic devices, circuit analysis of power supplies, amplifiers and other circuits

· ELET 160 – Programming techniques and methods as they relate to engineering and computer hardware topics

· ELET 260 - Theory and operation of transducers for measurement of pressure, flow, liquid level, and temperature. Common mechanical and electrical devices analyzed. Covers automatic process controls, on-off proportion rate and reset, pneumatic and electrical systems

· ELET 287 – Applications and operation of PLC’s including design of logic diagrams using ladder logic. Preventative maintenance and troubleshooting.

· ELET 285 - Control of industrial machinery and processes through electronic circuits and systems. Includes devices and techniques to sense, measure and control physical parameters with state-of-the-art industrial process control. Explains system design and troubleshooting.

· ELET 291 – Intro to microprocessor architecture, addressing and programming, input/output memory devices. Includes experiments in microcomputer programming, hardware analysis, timing and design.

· ENGL 101 – Intro to critical thinking, reading and writing and rhetorical skills required in the college and beyond.

· ENGL 102 – Continuation and further development of material and strategies introduced in English Composition 1.

· MATH 118 – Intro to MATH 130 basic algebra applications

· MATH 130 – in depth treatment of solving equations and inequalities. Function properties and graphs; inverse functions; linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions with applications.

· MATH 131 – Trigonometry functions and graphs; inverse trig functions; fundamental identities and angle formulas; solving equations and triangles with applications; polar coordinate system.

· PHYS 141 – Algebra/ Trigonometry based physics: vectors, kinematic, Newton’s Laws, momentum, work & energy, rotations, oscillations, elasticity & equilibrium; thermodynamics

· PHYS 143 – along with PHYS 141 Lab and experiments

· HIST – various history and science courses completed

· Electives – various electives completed

Certifications
TWIC Certified CPR Certified Basic First Aid Certified Site Specific Certified Forklift Certified

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School Attended
  • Delgado Community College
Job Titles Held:
  • Electrician
  • Valve & Actuator Technician
  • Electrician
Degrees
  • Associate of Science

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