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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Results-driven leader with proven ability to establish rapport with colleagues and clients

Highlights
  • Exceptional listener and communicator who effectively conveys information verbally and in writing.
  • Results-driven achiever with exemplary planning & efficient time management.
  • Computer-literate with extensive software proficiency covering a wide variety of applications.
  • Resourceful team player who excels at building trusting relationships with customers and colleagues.
  • Flexible team player who thrives in environments requiring ability to effectively prioritize and juggle multiple concurrent projects.
  • Productive worker with solid work ethic who exerts optimal effort in successfully completing tasks.
  • Highly motivated self-starter who takes initiative with minimal supervision.
  • Personable professional whose strengths include cultural sensitivity and an ability to build rapport with a diverse workforce in multicultural and multi-generational settings.
  • Enthusiastic, knowledge-hungry learner, eager to meet challenges and assimilate new concepts.
  • Motivational leader with exemplary planning and organizational skills, along with a high degree of detail orientation.
Experience
Emissions Test Cell Technician/OBD Test Technician, 09/2015 - Current
Allison Transmission New York City, NY, Prep and de-prep of vehicles for COP, IUVP and SHED testing. Setup, operation, and removal of vehicles on chassis dynamometer. Setup of testing equipment, software, and test specific instrumentation. Often troubleshooting errors within the various test control interfaces. Removal and installation of canisters for loading station. General light mechanical work to support the various testing within the lab. Daily and weekly maintenance of test cells; zero/span gasses, propane injection, and checking over equipment.  In addition, I am also responsible for OBD II CARB compliance testing. Utilizing J1699-3 test sequence on all emissions relevant ECU's within the BMW, MINI and Rolls Royce line's. This testing involves a great deal of troubleshooting the vehicles reactions in relation to setting various faults and subsequently repairing them. Each test has to pass without failures, which can take multiple re-tests, trail and error, & diagnosing problems before a procedure is developed that is passable.There is a lot of collaboration between myself and various engineers to develop real world procedures for these tests, as all of the original procedures are developed with HIL simulations and not all variables are seen in the simulations.
Emissions Test Cell Technician, 02/2015 - 08/2015
Consolidated Container Company Llc Tukwila, WA, Setup and removal of vehicles and test equipment from chassis dynamometer. Performing emissions tests for R&D, IUVP, and Certification. Used both Horiba and AVL benches and dynamometers. AVL 483, 489, & 472 micro soot sensor, as well as INCA, DIVA, & PUMA
Thermal Data Imaging Technician, 09/2014 - 2014
Metroscale Analytics City, STATE,
Operated and troubleshot in-vehicle thermal imaging software. Worked with advanced sensors, cloud computing and GPS equipment in correlation with Google earth. Oversight of the software/equipment and navigating the vehicle's driver. Installed and maintained sensory equipment. Debugging of computer and electronic systems.
This was a short term winter based project. During the middle of the project the project manager was fired and the director of the project asked me to oversee the midnight shift and to make sure shift changes went smoothly.  Subsequently a year later when the project was slated to start again the CEO of the company contacted me via LinkedIn and asked if I would manage the entire project for the 2015 season.  Unfortunately I had already accepted a new position at BMW in California and was preparing to relocate.
Test Cell Technician, 08/2014 - 02/2015
Continental Teves City, STATE, I was originally working a temporary position via MDE International, where I was just driving traces in a small 2 cell lab but had no other responsibilities. In less than a week I felt it was incredibly inefficient and offered to do more in exchange for training. The manager was very receptive to this as it increased the number of tests that could be done. Within a few weeks I was running the emissions tests on the dyno, installing thermocouples, taking measurements, removing and replacing catalytic converters, raw sampling, learning to troubleshoot VETS, various software programs, and anything they were willing to show me. Within 2 months I was covering 100% of the work for technicians when they went on vacation. I also opened and closed the lab depending on need at the time. Unfortunately the irregular schedule would not work in the long run and they were unable to guarantee 40 hours a week. Before leaving I showed the technicians how to use Excell a bit better and helped them track trends in the lab for reporting and greater efficiency.
Summer Park Ranger, 04/2014 - 05/2015
Michigan Department Of Natural Resources City, STATE,

This was a seasonal position that I took on as more of a hobby during the summer. I enjoyed seeing our summer crews grow and gain more confidence in their skills all while "playing" in the great outdoors.  When The state of Michigan leased Belle Isle Park in 2014, I jumped at the chance to be a part of the improvements. During the 1st season I quickly took on a leadership role. I was given the responsibility to oversee 75-100 laborers on a daily basis. Along with facility maintenance that included everything from minor plumbing to building repair. I also worked on removing dead trees, landscaping, painting, troubleshooting pump houses, electrical repairs, equipment repairs, trail maintenance, wildlife containment or sometimes rescue, and organizing work shops. Additionally, I was tasked with operating and training others on the use of hand, power tools, skid steer, tractors, and ztrak mowers. Assisting contractors for project bidding, dealing with the public, selling permits,  enforcement of state laws within the park, and of course customer service. Lastly, I often filled in leading entire shifts when there was not a Lead Ranger on duty. Frequently the park supervisor called on me to take on tasks normally reserved for Lead Rangers as he knew I could handle the many variables in any situation I faced.

Accomplishments During the summer: I was able to refine a shelter rental/cleaning schedule that allowed for a proactive approach rather than reactive and reduced customer complaints. I was also able to build an efficient and effective task assignment schedule that allowed for an increase in productivity for laborers. Gained approval, implemented, and oversaw a project to refurbish each of the 100-150 picnic tables and fishing prep tables throughout the entire park. At the end of the year, this was seen as one of the most welcomed and visible improvements to the park and was cited in many news articles.


Shift Leader, 09/2008 - 02/2015
MDE International INC. City, STATE, In 2008 I received a promotion to shift leader at MDE while on a long term job at Continental Teves in Auburn Hills, MI. I was responsible for training as well as scheduling drivers. This also developed into training and scheduling drivers for out other jobs at various companies. In my position as a Shift supervisor I maintained a cohesive environment, in which everyone worked as a team. Over the 8 years with MDE I had helped my employer with many last minute projects and had always taken a pro-active approach in order to insure MDE's clients receive the best results and outstanding performance.
Automotive Test Driver, 09/2006 - 09/2008
MDE International INC. City, STATE,
In this position I was contracted out to various manufactures and engineering companies, (foreign and domestic) where I drove and evaluated the performance of prototype vehicles and components. Utilizing a manufacturer's proving grounds or predetermined routes. Which simulate both real world driving and extreme conditions I was able to give our clients accurate and reliable information which helped them engineer a high quality product.Throughout the 8 years at MDE I had extensive experience with various types of tests including, but not limited to; aggravated environment testing, brake fade and wear, emissions, power train, transmission and many others.I have a good amount of mechanical knowledge from my experiences and am well versed in engineering terms so that I am able to clearly convey issues with vehicles. In addition I can easily adapt to and learn new testing procedures, instrumentation, and utilize any computer based software program required, as well as troubleshooting software or hardware performance issues.
Lead Test Driver, 02/2006 - 07/2006
PDS Services City, STATE,
I was contracted out to Roush Industries, where I was in charge of leading a convoy of up to 5 other vehicles on public roads 400 miles or more per day. I was responsible for training new drivers, and making sure all drivers were following safe and proper driving techniques.I also had to evaluate vehicles performance, inspect interior and exterior for flaws, perform various tests, and retrieve data from the internal computer.
Education
: Business administration, Expected in 2013
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Oakland Community College - Royal Oak, Michigan
GPA:

Course work in business startups and administration.

Associate of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 2009
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University of Phoenix - Auburn Hills, Michigan
GPA:
Course work completed for 2 years, did not graduate due to issues with credits not transferring to a local 4 year University.
Certifications
  •  BMW North America

2015 Greenville, South Carolina

B0, B1, B2

  • General Motors Corporation

2009 Yuma, Arizona

Advanced drivers course

Tier 3 proving grounds certification

  • Ford Motor Company

2011 Romeo, Michigan

Advance drivers course

Tier 2 proving grounds certification

Additional Information
As an added note. My work history can be hard to understand.  There are many overlapping dates at various companies.  This is due to working at 2 or 3 different companies at the same time & having a strong sense of loyalty and responsibility to help out various bosses when they needed extra help. I also had many engineers who over the years would ask my bosses specifically for me or call me directly for their projects, so quite often I was working at multiple companies.  

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School Attended

  • Oakland Community College
  • University of Phoenix

Job Titles Held:

  • Emissions Test Cell Technician/OBD Test Technician
  • Emissions Test Cell Technician
  • Thermal Data Imaging Technician
  • Test Cell Technician
  • Summer Park Ranger
  • Shift Leader
  • Automotive Test Driver
  • Lead Test Driver

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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