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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

A skilled, experienced, hard working, independent Dental Laboratory Technician with 2 years of Technical education and certified completion of the Dental Laboratory technician program at Pasadena City College in 2004 plus 11 years experience in the field in both small and large labs. I am current a Journeyman Electroplater with duties that includes performing technical procedures involved in the corrosion prevention process of aircraft parts. Journeyman electroplater duties include all the plating processes in the shop, such as, vacuum cadmium plating or VAC-CAD, electrolytic tank plating cadmium, electroplating hard chromium on steel(high strength steel, stainless steel surfaces), hard and soft nickel plating, chemical conversion coating and stylus plating on parts or components on or detached from the aircraft that require plating on a specific area. Also, a very reliable, quick learner, highly motivated and versatile with experience working with people of diverse cultures, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.

Skills

Excellent communication skills

Experienced in comprehending work orders and completing to specifications

Adept at working well with others or independently

Ability to maintain a clean, efficient and organized work environment

Resourceful in troubleshooting complex cases and working with others to find a solution

Flexible at managing multiple priorities

Work History
Electroplater, 01/2018 to Current
MaterionCharlotte, NC,

Command: NAVAIR

WG-3711-09

Bldg. 472, Shop Code: 97403

Supervisor: Mark Corbilla

Phone: (619) 545-2279

  • Civilian/Federal employee with secret clearance, working the Plating shop on 2rd shift. I am responsible for maintaining shop readiness, placing trouble calls to help desk and maximo for any down equipment, working independently to continue work production, but communicating with both 1st and 2nd shifts for proper work load pass-downs for seamless transitions, follow shop business plan flow chart on who to contact for any hazardous spills, and communicate properly with other 3rd shift artisans to make sure we have enough workers each day
  • Daily set up and pre-op and maintenance of plating tanks, cranes, ovens, sandblast cabinets
  • Read work orders thoroughly and referred to our Local Process Specification(LPS), Local Engineering Specification(LES), Blueprints, and Technical Documents
  • Daily access to Conops which allows me to place work orders on the universal call board for Quality Assurance to inspect, and for E & E(Examine & Evaluate) to correct any discrepancies on the work order
  • Daily access to CMPRO which allows me to research technical data such as Local Engineering Specifications, Local Process Specifications. Determine if documents are up to date and print out daily as a reference when working with a part
  • Daily access to WMS which allows me to connect with engineering for instruction when not enough information on the technical data(LES, blueprint, Technical Publication) or if there are issues with a process
  • Examined each part and assemblies, their technical directives(tech pubs, blueprints) to help identify ferrous and non-ferrous metals for proper process routing, masking and plating.
  • Degreased, cleaned and activated components and parts using proper immersion tanks, such as Electrocleaner, Aluminum Cleaner, Alkaline Deruster, Methyl Ethyl Ketone(MEK)/Methyl Isobutyl Ketone(MIBK.
  • Prepared coated components and parts. Masking areas not to be plated and controlling the direction of plating current defined by the technical directive for each part. Also, using proper Sandblast grit and media such as Aluminum Oxide 120 grit, 150 grit and 220 grit, Glass Beads, Garnet )
  • Plated parts in the appropriate electroplating immersion tank(Electroless Nickel, hard and soft Sulfamate Nickel, Chromium, Cadmium, Silver, Tin, Copper, Phosphate), and properly calculated ampere per hours, plating rates, and time needed to reach proper plating thickness by calculating area to be plated, and using proper formula for ampere/hours for each immersion plating tank located in each technical directive(LPS). Finding proper plating thickness involves discussing with machinist how much thickness they need to properly machine the part, then measuring start size with tools such as a micrometer(start size are usually recorded on the work document) we would find out how much plating thickness is needed. From there, calculated how much time is needed to reach size with the plating rate. When placed in the immpersion plating tank ampere/hour and voltage is controlled by a rectifier or rheostat
  • Machine plated components in the Vacuum Cadmium chamber(VAC-CAD) or Ion Vapor Deposition chamber(IVD), using tools such as a micrometer to determine if proper plating thickness was applied
  • 2FF Selective Stylus plated components and aircrafts (Cadmium, Nickel, Tin, Zinc, Copper) with a stylus rectifier, positive and negative connections, brush anode, and proper cleaning, etching, and plating solutions for each plating job. Also, using each specific formula given by the manufacturer SIFCO determine how much ampere/hours is needed to reach the required thickness of plating area. Stylus plating is utilized when touch ups or small corrections are needed. I have stylus plated on E2-C2's in building 460, on wings in building 250, and many parts that required touch up plating per technical directive
  • Plate stripping in immersion tanks Cadmium, Chromium, Nickel, Silver, Aluminum as a process of continual maintenance of parts where plating would later be reapplied or if incorrect/insufficient plating occurred
  • Evaluated parts and determine if the parts were properly electroplated or conversion coated.
  • Familiar with and comply with FRCSW programs and NAMP programs including FOD, and tool control.
  • Properly used, cleaned, logged, and disposed of all safety equipment including mandatory PPE(Steel toe work boots, full face and half face respirators, rubber gloves, safety glasses for eye protection, ear plugs and other hearing protection, face shield, rubber aprons.)
  • Ensured all Hazardous Waste containers (hazardous drums, transfer cans) are properly separated, contained(over a berm if liquid), and disposed of by dates specified
  • Followed the shops business plan for spills whenever spills occurred, containing using proper containment for each specific spill, and contacting proper persons required.
  • Professional Trained as a Yellow Belt Practitioner, trained in Corrosion Control, Chemical Conversion, Blueprint, and Category 3 Non Cab Crane,
  • Trained as a metallizing operator in shop 97401 metal spray department working with LM2500, E2/C2. F-18 parts. Familiar with researching part technical data. Learning where to mask, how to prepare(clean and sandblast) part, and working with all machinery in the shop including cold spray and the CNC plasma spray. Daily tasks included cleaning and maintaining machinery and tooling.
Aircraft Electroplater, 07/2016 to 01/2018
Geo Group Inc.Elizabeth, NJ,
  • Daily set up and pre-op and maintenance of plating tanks, cranes, ovens, sandblast cabinets
  • Read work orders thoroughly and referred to our Local Process Specification(LPS), Local Engineering Specification(LES), Blueprints, and Technical Documents
  • Daily, use my Common access card(CAC) access to Conops which allows me to place work orders on the universal call board for Quality Assurance to inspect, and for E & E(Examine & Evaluate) to correct any discrepancies on the work order
  • Daily, use my Common access card(CAC) to access to CMPRO which allows me to research technical data such as Local Engineering Specifications, Local Process Specifications. Determine if documents are up to date and print out daily as a reference when working with a part
  • Daily, use my Common access card(CAC) to access WMS which allows me to connect with engineering for instruction when not enough information on the technical data(LES, blueprint, Technical Publication) or if there are issues with a process
  • Examined each part and assemblies, their technical directives(tech pubs, blueprints) to help identify ferrous and non-ferrous metals for proper process routing, masking and plating.
  • Degreased, cleaned and activated components and parts using proper immersion tanks, such as Electrocleaner, Aluminum Cleaner, Alkaline Deruster, Methyl Ethyl Ketone(MEK)/Methyl Isobutyl Ketone(MIBK.
  • Prepared coated components and parts. Masking areas not to be plated and controlling the direction of plating current defined by the technical directive for each part. Also, using proper Sandblast grit and media such as Aluminum Oxide 120 grit, 150 grit and 220 grit, Glass Beads, Garnet )
  • Plated parts in the appropriate electroplating immersion tank(Electroless Nickel, hard and soft Sulfamate Nickel, Chromium, Cadmium, Silver, Tin, Copper, Phosphate), and properly calculated ampere per hours, plating rates, and time needed to reach proper plating thickness by calculating area to be plated, and using proper formula for ampere/hours for each immersion plating tank located in each technical directive(LPS). Finding proper plating thickness involves discussing with machinist how much thickness they need to properly machine the part, then measuring start size with tools such as a micrometer(start size are usually recorded on the work document) we would find out how much plating thickness is needed. From there, calculated how much time is needed to reach size with the plating rate. When placed in the immpersion plating tank ampere/hour and voltage is controlled by a rectifier or rheostat
  • Machine plated components in the Vacuum Cadmium chamber(VAC-CAD) or Ion Vapor Deposition chamber(IVD), using tools such as a micrometer to determine if proper plating thickness was applied
  • 2FF Selective Stylus plated components and aircrafts (Cadmium, Nickel, Tin, Zinc, Copper) with a stylus rectifier, positive and negative connections, brush anode, and proper cleaning, etching, and plating solutions for each plating job. Also, using each specific formula given by the manufacturer SIFCO determine how much ampere/hours is needed to reach the required thickness of plating area. Stylus plating is utilized when touch ups or small corrections are needed. I have stylus plated on E2-C2's in building 460, on wings in building 250, and many parts that required touch up plating per technical directive
  • Plate stripping in immersion tanks Cadmium, Chromium, Nickel, Silver, Aluminum as a process of continual maintenance of parts where plating would later be reapplied or if incorrect/insufficient plating occurred
  • Evaluated parts and determine if the parts were properly electroplated or conversion coated.
  • Familiar with and comply with FRCSW programs and NAMP programs including FOD, and tool control.
  • Properly used, cleaned, logged, and disposed of all safety equipment including mandatory PPE(Steel toe work boots, full face and half face respirators, rubber gloves, safety glasses for eye protection, ear plugs and other hearing protection, face shield, rubber aprons.)
  • Ensured all Hazardous Waste containers (hazardous drums, transfer cans) are properly separated, contained(over a berm if liquid), and disposed of by dates specified
  • Followed the shops business plan for spills whenever spills occurred, containing using proper containment for each specific spill, and contacting proper persons required.
  • Professional Trained in, Corrosion Control, Chemical Conversion, Blueprint, and Category 3 Non Cab Crane
  • Trained as a metallizing operator in shop 97401 metal spray department working with LM2500, E2/C2. F-18 parts. Familiar with researching part technical data. Learning where to mask, how to prepare(clean and sandblast) part, and working with all machinery in the shop including cold spray and the CNC plasma spray. Daily tasks included cleaning and maintaining machinery and tooling.
Dental Technician, 2016 to 11/2016
Veterans Health AdministrationChildersburg, AL,
  • Correctly remove, clean, cut and bag 3D printed copings, bridges and full crowns.
  • Properly sprue 3D printed copings, bridges and full crowns in casting ring.
  • Prepared, organized and invested casting rings.
  • Correctly labeled casting rings and placed in Burn out ovens.
  • Efficiently torch or Induction casted the proper metal for each ring.
  • Meticulously Sandblasted the casted units using proper grain of aluminum oxide or glass beads and correct pressure.
  • Cut and bag each individual unit using a cutting lathe.
  • Metal finish each unit to work order authorization specifications with a motorized handpiece.
  • Oversee units that need to be either reworked or repaired.
  • Maintained a clean and organized work station.
  • Contour and color zirconia crowns
Dental Lab Technician, 2005 to 06/2016
RB Dental LabCity, STATE,
  • Read work authorizations thoroughly, logged information, and examined working casts and impressions to determine the type of dental appliance to be made or repaired.
  • Ensured compliance with federal and state rules and regulations, including disease prevention and infection control.
  • Performed all aspects of model and die work.
  • Developed wax patterns for cast frameworks including copings, bridge framework, full contour crowns & Bridges.
  • Full contour waxing for E-max crowns
  • Experience with E-max
  • Sprued, invested, burned out, cast, and finished cast cases by cutting, grinding, and finishing metal with a handpiece.
  • Prepare Metal units for porcelain application, by sandblasting units with aluminum oxide and cleaning in and ultrasonic cleaner.
  • Soldered fixed bridges.
  • Oxide bake, Opaque, Dental and Enamel layering with porcelain fused to metal crowns
  • Porcelain contouring
  • Nightguard fabrication
  • Maintained, cleaned, and repaired lab equipment and work area.
  • Managed lab supply inventory
  • Courteously answered phones and scheduled custom shades, cases that needed to be picked up, and resolved any issues or questions our clients had.
  • Picked up and delivered cases.
Education
Certificate of Program Completion: Dental Laboratory Technology, Expected in 06/2004
Pasadena City College - Pasadena, CA
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2000
Eastlake High School - 1120 Eastlake Pkwy, Chula Vista, CA 91915
GPA:

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School Attended

  • Pasadena City College
  • Eastlake High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Electroplater
  • Aircraft Electroplater
  • Dental Technician
  • Dental Lab Technician

Degrees

  • Certificate of Program Completion
  • High School Diploma

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