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Jessica Claire
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Turbine/Operations/Maintenance

Secret Security Clearance • Valve Maintenance • Pump Maintenance

To obtain the position of a combustion turbine generator operator / technician and use my knowledge and skills for the benefit of the organization and further enhance my experience in machinery operations. offering 13 years' experience in operating and maintaining combustion turbine generators machinery efficiently without any output or performance decline. Transitioning from the military to private sector employment.






    Core Qualifications
    • Record and trend readings from the plant control system
    • Perform minor repairs or cleanliness from time to time to ensure smooth and uninterrupted functioning of the gas turbine
    • Ability to detect shortcomings, errors and malfunctioning of systems
    • Monitor the Gas Turbine control panels to ensure the proper operation of turbine equipment
    • Use of energy-control procedures necessary to safely lock out and tag out machines and equipment
    • Maintain the lock-out/tag-out log and monitor maintenance activities to ensure proper plant operation at all times
    • Respond to any variances, adjust and maintain the proper operation of plant equipment.s
    • Ability to set and monitor the temperature, pressure levels and flow of fuel to make sure energy is released accurately.
    • Ability to work for long durations and handle multiple responsibilities
    • Operate the plant in a safe and efficient manner, following all plant procedures, health and safety and current operating practices.
    Professional Experience
    03/2012 to Current
    GAS TURBINE MAINTENANCE ASSAULT CRAFT UNIT FOUR (ACU-4) City, STATE,
    • Evaluate the functioning of the machinery and make certain it operates efficiently and delivers performance as per the expected standards
    • Perform routine inspection to make sure all components and parts are well fitted and in working condition. Ensure that the components are cleaned and lubricated regularly to improve its life.
    • Identify areas of deficiencies and predict breakdown or failure of the machinery. Undertake precautionary measures to avoid these circumstances.
    • Train the coworkers on operating the machineries safely and effectively
    2009 to 03/2012
    Gas Turbine Operator USS GRAVELY (DDG 107) City, STATE,
    • Start the engine of the turbine and control its speed and temperature, pressure levels as required
    • Troubleshooting and solving technical problems
    • Oversee the mechanism of the turbine and make certain the amount of fuel and air released into combustion is sufficient and that it increases the temperature level up to the required levels
    • Perform the routine quality tests and performance inspections to evaluate the efficiency of the equipment. Consult expert mechanics in case of serious damages or malfunctioning.
    • Coordinate activities with the engineering officer and auxiliary officer
    • Accustomed to standard operating procedures
    10/2006 to 2009
    Gas Turbine Operator USS MCFAUL (DDG 74) City, STATE,
    • Monitor the working of the gas turbines and the energy production
    • Make certain on starting up the engine, the turbine spins and the blades move at required speed
    • Check the components for any leakages, malfunctioning, defects, damages etc. Ensure timely repairs of the deficiencies.
    • Make efforts to reduce unnecessary use or wastage of energy
    • Comply with the safety standards as specified for gas turbine operations and repairs
    • Isolating/tagging equipment for maintenance
    05/2004 to 10/2006
    Gas Turbine Operator USS JAMES E. WILLIAMS (DDG 95) City, STATE,
    • Install, repair, maintain and troubleshoot air conditioning equipment, refrigeration and related equipment [chillers (screw, centrifugal, reciprocating), pumps, air handlers, belts, motors, air dryer, compressor, window air conditioning units, heat pumps, connectors].
    • Evaluate the functioning of the machinery and make certain it operates efficiently and delivers performance as per the expected standards
    • Respond to emergencies and crises by mending the defects, replacing broken parts, and restarting the work of the machineries
    • Remove the rusted and corroded parts of the valves. Treat them with a solution to remove rust and clean the surface
    • Conduct regular cleaning, filtration and lubrication of the pumps


    09/1996 to 05/2004
    GAS TURBINE TECHNICIAN (MAINTENANCE) ASSAULT CRAFT UNIT FOUR City, STATE,
    • Responsible for repairing and modifying gas turbine engine, both external and internal structures
    • Handle the tasks of repairing gas turbine engine components like fuel systems, engine, and mechanical components
    • Perform the tasks of setting up tools and equipment for checking the functionalities of turbine parts
    • Responsible for evaluating the quality of workmanship and provide support in manufacturing control
    • Handle responsibilities of identifying equipment malfunctions and develop plans to restore the same to normal operation
    Education
    Expected in 2011
    Associate of Applied Science: Power Plant Technology
    Bismarck State College - Bismarck, ND
    GPA:
    Professional Development

    Engineering Auxiliary Plant Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 2004.

    • 8 weeks of preventive maintenance, systematic fault isolation, disassembly, repair and reassembly of gas turbine mechanical systems.

    Gas Turbine Generator Electrical Systems Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 2006.

    • 13 weeks of training performing corrective maintenance on electrical system components also performing adjustments to electrical equipment to regulate flow, current, temperature, salinity necessary for proper equipment operation.

    Gas Turbine Mechanical Maintenance Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 1996.

    • 17 weeks of training in engineering principles, system safety, equipment monitoring, thermodynamics, bearings and gears on combustion turbine generators.

    GasTurbine Electrical Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 1996.

    • 6 weeks in identifying components and systems of a gas turbine engines, operation of gas turbine electrical generating plant, and determine systems conditions using test equipment and visual borescope inspection methods.

    Gas Turbine Console Operator Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 2002.

    • 6 weeks of training in engineering operations on auxiliary control console and the electric plant control console, gas turbine console operations, electrical safety, and audiovisual materials.

    Gas Turbine Quality Assurance Maintenance Training, Naval Engineering Great Lakes, IL 2009.

    • 4 weeks of training on requirements for generating work procedures that will provide the craftsman with clear, concise, and technically correct instructions to complete the maintenance task while conforming to technical specifications.

    Pump Overhaul Maintenance Training, Naval Engineering Norfolk Virginia, VA. 2009.

    • 4 weeks of training on pump inspection and maintenance, including centrifugal, reciprocating, and rotary type pumps, external and internal inspection, troubleshooting, disassembly, repair, and testing and record keeping.

    Valve Maintenance Repair Training, Naval Engineering Norfolk Virginia, VA.1996.

    • 3 weeks of training in preventing and corrective maintenance on all types of valves, orifice, valve actuators, and steam drain orifice, filters and strainers.
    Certifications
    • Power Plant Operator (Any Utilities) 6000HR Naval Station Norfolk, VA
    • Electrician Maintenance (Any Utilities) 8000HR Naval Station Norfolk, VA
    • Hydro-Electric Machinery Mechanic (Any Utilities) 4000HR Naval Station Norfolk, VA
    • Bulk Fuel Specialist Operator (Any Utilities) 6000HR Naval Station Norfolk, VA
    • Department of Defense EPA Refrigerant Processing Technician
    • American Heart Association CPR / AED
    • Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) License
    • State of Virginia Driver's License
    • United States of America Passport

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    Resume Overview

    School Attended

    • Bismarck State College

    Job Titles Held:

    • GAS TURBINE MAINTENANCE
    • Gas Turbine Operator
    • Gas Turbine Operator
    • Gas Turbine Operator
    • GAS TURBINE TECHNICIAN (MAINTENANCE)

    Degrees

    • Associate of Applied Science

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