Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Career Focus
My main objective in seeking employment with Triumph Actuation Systems Inc. is to work in a professional atmosphere where I can utilize my skills and continue to gain experience in the aerospace industry to advance in my career.
Professional Experience
Engineering Lab Technician, 09/2016 to Current
Talis BiomedicalWichita, KS,
  • Responsible for testing various seat structures to meet specific certification requirements.  
  • Maintain and calibrate test instruments to ensure testing capabilities are maintained.
  • Ensure data is captured and recorded correctly for certification test reports.
  • Duties also dynamic test set-up and static suite testing.
Engineering Lab Technician, Sr. Specialist, 03/2012 to 09/2016
Triumph Actuation SystemsCity, STATE,
  • Utilized skills learned from LabView Course 1 training to construct and maintain LabView VI programs.
  • Responsible for fabricating and maintaining hydraulic/electrical test equipment to complete development and qualification programs.
  • Apply engineering principles to operate electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems to test pumps, motors, and actuators for aircraft.
  • Work closely with Design Engineers and Lab Management to investigate performance/design issues.
  • Completed Lean Six Sigma/5s training seminar.
Assembly/ Test Technician, 03/2007 to 03/2012
Triumph Actuation SystemsCity, STATE,
  • Lead technician overseeing three member crew responsible for maintaining high quality standards in a high volume production environment.
  • Responsible for cargo door system actuators for Boeing 787 aircraft.
  • Experience with hydraulic components that meet military and FAA regulations.
  • Work closely with Engineering Group and Quality Assurance inspectors to resolve problems with development actuators.
Munitions Systems Journeyman, 03/2003 to 03/2007
United States Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for certifying small arms, actuation devices, bombs, rockets and other munitions items.
  • Supervised work crews of 3-5 men while supporting USAF aircraft during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Assembled rockets, bombs, and small arms for Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Train newly assigned personnel at Line Delivery section on transporting, loading, and delivering munitions to aircraft.
DasyLab, Labview, Mechanical, Electrical, Lean/5S, Hydraulic Testing, Test Stand Fabrication
Education and Training
Associates: Applied Science Electronics Engineering, Expected in 2011
Forsyth Technical Community College - Winston-Salem, NC
Applied Science Electronics Engineering
Associates: Applied Science, Munitions Systems Technology, Expected in 2007
Community College of the Air Force - Fayetteville, NC
Applied Science, Munitions Systems Technology

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