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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Hardworking Mechanic skilled in resolving mechanical issues on diverse vehicles through effective troubleshooting and diagnostics. Successful at adapting to new procedures, makes and models. Safely lifts up to 100 pounds. Experienced Government contractor that completed each contract in many diverse locations.

Skills
  • Calm and Effective Under Pressure
  • Vehicle Operation and Assessment
  • Parts Repair and Refurbishment
  • Diagnosis and Repair
  • Computerized Diagnostics
  • Multitasking and Prioritization
  • Component and System Testing
  • Mechanical Troubleshooting
  • Electrical System Maintenance
  • Warranty Service
  • System Retrofitting
  • Aftermarket Component Installation
Work History
FSR III, 10/2009 to 07/2021
Department Of The Interior Brecksville, OH,

My duties as an FSR for the M-ATV FoV includes

  • Identifying issues, analyzing information and provide solutions to problems. Also provided administrative and technical support to improve readiness, sustainability or resolve PQDRs and customer complaints
  • Demonstrated respect, friendliness and willingness to help wherever needed.
  • Worked as a liaison between the OEM manufacturer and Government personnel/servicemembers
  • I provided full support for the M-ATV FoV from diagnostic troubleshooting, mechanical repairs or working as an advisor to complete repairs
  • I was able to provide NET Training for operators and maintainers
  • Performed approved engineering changes and MWOs to keep the fleet up to date with upgrades and retrofits
Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic, 04/2008 to 09/2009
ITT Industries City, STATE,

I worked as a Heavy Wheel Mechanics for APS-5 to bring Military Heavy trucks back to 10/20 standards in support of OIF/OEF

  • Replaced defective wiring systems, hydraulics and braking systems to return machines to service.
  • Installed new parts such as wheel bearings, brake shoes and headlights on frequent basis.
  • Diagnosed hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical issues using knowledge, manual testing and computer-aided tools.
  • Analyzed malfunctioning equipment and determined type of repairs required.
  • Used hand tools to disassemble equipment, perform repair work and then reassemble parts.
  • Maintained meticulous records of all repair work that was made to machines and equipment.
  • Removed worn or faulty components for replacement or repair.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships.
  • Participated in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, engaging in problem-solving activities to support teamwork.
Tactical Equipment Foreman, 04/2007 to 04/2008
PAE City, STATE,

I was the mechanic foreman that oversaw the maintenance and repairs for Camp Lemonnier fleet of military vehicles.

  • Interpreted work order information and specifications to plan, schedule and complete jobs precisely.
  • Increased customer satisfaction by maintaining close relationships with customers and insuring that their maintenance needs were met.
  • Repaired Military owned tactical equipment to keep jobs moving smoothly, informing the maintenance manager of major equipment failures.
  • Analyzed equipment breakdowns using various troubleshooting methods.
  • Maintained clean and well-organized production areas to avoid violations or unnecessary work delays due to hazards or inefficient layouts.
  • Kept accurate and detailed records of repairs and parts used along with tracking man hours to complete each task.
Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic/Asset Recovery, 04/2006 to 04/2007
KBR City, STATE,

I was a wheeled vehicle mechanic for all of the various fleet vehicles on board Camp Lemonnier. When not actively working in the maintenance shop, I assisted with asset recovery for equipment breakdowns or equipment that would get stuck.

  • Assessed vehicles to identify degree of malfunction or damage.
  • Handled all repair work and maintenance to keep vehicles functional at all times.
  • Performed wheeled vehicle recovery operations for all Government owned assets.
  • Performed semi-annual and annual unscheduled services on diesel trucks and tactical vehicles in the HMMWV Fov
  • Repaired brake, exhaust, electrical and other systems for civilian automotive brands.
  • Serviced air conditioning systems, changed and topped off fluids and completed maintenance inspections.
  • Communicated issues to supervisor and helped develop solutions.
  • Maintained fleet vehicles in good working order by following preventive and corrective maintenance schedules according to OEM.
Education
: Computer Electronic Engineering, Expected in
to
ITT Technical Institute - Austin, TX,
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2001
to
Copperas Cove High School - Copperas Cove, TX
GPA:

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School Attended
  • ITT Technical Institute
  • Copperas Cove High School
Job Titles Held:
  • FSR III
  • Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic
  • Tactical Equipment Foreman
  • Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic/Asset Recovery
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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