Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

A proven leader with 22 years of electrical distribution management and maintenance experience. Collaborate effectively with designers and production team members to enhance designs of electrical machines, control systems and circuits. Well-versed in both site and laboratory conditions. Highly organized and analytical with good recordkeeping and project management abilities.

  • Performance Analysis
  • System Log Maintenance
  • Testing Documentation
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Excellent Communication
  • Outstanding Interpersonal Skills
  • Crisis Management
Work History
Electronics Technician, 03/2020 - Current
Ardagh Group Fishers, IN,

As a System Lead, over $740K of tasking is assigned to me, in which, I provide my Program Offices with technical and logistical research for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS). My duties are specific to the proactive management of multiple mission critical systems.

  • Collaborated with clients to determine project specifications and scope.
  • Generate and distribute monthly DMSMS reports to cognizant Program Offices.
  • Coordinate, facilitate, and manage DMSMS Management Team (DMT) meetings and personnel.
Engineering Technologist I, 09/2019 - 03/2020
Duke Energy Corporation Mount Holly, NC,

As an Engineering Technologist I, I provided technical and logistical research for DMSMS for various Naval Program Offices.

  • Interacted with suppliers, contractors and customers to identify material problems and process resolutions.
  • Developing, validating and grooming Ship Systems Bills of Material (BOM) data for ongoing proactive management and induction into the Obsolescence Management Information System (OMIS).
  • Perform technical research to include supporting documents, engineering documents, reports, specifications, and


Electricians Mate Nuclear Chief, 09/1997 - 09/2019
US Navy City, STATE,

As the leading Electrician on board SSGN class submarines, I supervised and trained my division in electrical theory, operation, and maintenance of the electrical distribution system of a nuclear submarine.

Duties included, but not limited to:

  • As the Electrical technical Subject Matter Expert I supervised and performed preventative and corrective maintenance on the following equipment: Ship Service Turbine Generators, Ship Service Motor Generators, Emergency Diesel Generator, motors and controllers, and various other electrical components.
  • Supervisory responsibilities included equipment repair, work schedule planning, work assignment, turnover, and clarification of instructions, technical and operational training, performance evaluation, dispute resolution, recommendation of disciplinary actions as appropriate, and initiation of recognition for outstanding performance.
  • Served as technical expert for meetings involving electrical, mechanical, and controls maintenance planning, safety issues, and process improvements.
  • Planned emergency drills and conducted complex nuclear and ship operations briefings to Chief Staff Officers.
  • Supervised and trained a 15 man division in electrical equipment operations, testing, troubleshooting, and use of electronic test equipment.
  • Supervised personnel in the use of electronic schematics and diagrams.
  • Planned work schedules, reviewed jobs in progress, resolved problems and provided estimates on project duration
    and sequence and developed recommendations for process improvements.
  • Estimated and evaluated manning needs for development of manning plans.
  • Directed short notice new critical work requiring shifting of resources and adjustments of work schedules to
    circumvent work stoppage and meet project deadlines.
  • Used accounting procedures to maintain control of inventories, work flow, and work accomplished; estimated time and support required for repair of equipment; served as technical and supervisory liaison between work centers; implemented and administered a maintenance and repair program; prepared cycle and quarterly preventive maintenance schedules.
  • Performed advanced emergency and undocumented troubleshooting on electrical generation and electrical distribution equipment, ensuring optimal operation and functionality of mission critical equipment.

As a qualified Engineering Watch Supervisor (EWS) and Engineering Duty Petty Officer (EDPO):

  • Experienced with air (pneumatic), hydraulics, freshwater and seawater systems operations, maintenance and
  • Performed, supervised, trained and inspected isolations of AC, DC and battery electrical systems and
    components, hydraulic, and mechanical, seawater and freshwater systems and components to establish safe work boundaries using ship’s prints and approved schematic diagrams.
  • Familiar with electrical safety requirements for working aboard U.S. Navy ships and submarines including procedures and processes for working on energized systems and components.
  • Understand and ensure compliance with Navy documentation for maintenance and tagouts.
  • Inspected the ship at regular intervals to ensure work and testing in progress are being performed safely.
Bachelor of Science: Nuclear Energy Engineering Techology, Expected in 06/2018
Thomas Edison State University - Trenton, NJ

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School Attended

  • Thomas Edison State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Electronics Technician
  • Engineering Technologist I
  • Electricians Mate Nuclear Chief


  • Bachelor of Science

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