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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Dynamic Gas Turbine Technician skilled in plant management, operation, troubleshooting, maintenance, overhauls, installations, adjustments and repairs of highly complex electrical and mechanical systems
Skills
  • Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines, Diesel Engines
  • Electrical Systems, Mechanical Systems
  • AC / DC Circuits
  • Project Management & Coordination
  • Preventive & Corrective Maintenance
  • PLC Ladder Logic     
  • Calibration, Alignment Verification, Troubleshooting
  • Hydraulic Systems, Pneumatic Systems
  • Maintenance & Material Management
  • Leadership, Training, Mentorship 
  • Blueprints, Schematics, Diagrams 
  • Quality Assurance Inspector
Experience
1997 to Current
Gas Turbine Technician (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer) United States Navy City, ,
  • Operate, repair and perform Corrective and Preventive Maintenance on electrical components of Gas Turbine Engines, Main Propulsion Machinery, Auxiliary Equipment, Propulsion Control Systems, and assigned electrical and electronic circuitry up to the printed circuit and alarm circuitry
  • Operate, repair and perform Corrective and Preventive Maintenance on mechanical components of Gas Turbine Engines, Main Propulsion Machinery including Gears, Shafts, Controllable Pitch Propellers, assigned auxiliary equipment and Propulsion Control Systems
  • Perform administrative procedures related to Gas Turbine Propulsion System operation and maintenance
  • Maintain and repair Gas Turbine Engines and auxiliary equipment
  • Operate Electric Plant Main and Propulsion Control equipment
  • Locate circuit failures and replace parts
  • Measure current, voltage and resistance
  • Test for shorts, grounds, and continuity
  • Test protective circuitry
  • Test, service and replace batteries
  • Perform Preventive Maintenance on Digital Data Equipment and control and monitor circuits
  • Measure insulation resistance
  • Repair electrical/electronic cables, wiring and connectors
  • Maintain alarm, indicating, and warning systems
  • Work with blueprints, schematics and charts
  • Perform administrative procedures related to Gas Turbine Propulsion system operation and maintenance
  • Perform work area inspections
  • Operate standard test equipment
  • Start and stop engines and check for proper performance
  • Replace and adjust operating tolerance of Contacts, Micro Switches, Relay Switches, Pressure Switches, and Temperature Switches
  • Test lubricating oil distillate fuels for contamination, neutralization and precipitation
  • Operate Pumps, Turning Gear, Air Compressors, Oil Purification System, Low Pressure Air Dehydrators and Engineering Control Systems
  • Perform Preventive Maintenance on Ship's Fuel System and Air System
  • Maintain Sea Water Service System, Waste Drain System, Oil Purification System and manually operated valves
  • Use hoisting and lifting devices and maintain special tools
  • Maintain and operate ship's Service Gas Turbine Generators and support systems
  • Maintain Controllable Pitch Propeller System
  • Perform all basic functions in engineering areas aboard ship, involving cleanliness, operation, maintenance, and preservation of Main Propulsion, Auxiliary Steam and Diesel machinery, Steam and Diesel Generators, various pumps, motors, and associated equipment
  • Identify basic types and components of Gas Turbines, Reduction Gears, Propellers and Shafting, Shipboard Electric Systems, and Internal Combustion Engines
  • Perform routine maintenance procedures

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03/2015 to 07/2016
Recycling Plant Manager (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer) Naval Air Station Jacksonville City, STATE,
  • Manages 12 employees in the operation, maintenance, and upkeep of Government Recycling Center
  • Coordinated the collection and processing of over 800 tons equaling 1.6 million pounds of material to include: paper, plastic, aluminum, cardboard, lead acid batteries, scrap metal, and wood during FY 2015, 2016 
  • Utilized Lean Manufacturing strategies to improve manufacturing processes and reduce costs.
06/2014 to 02/2015
Shipboard Engineering Plant Program Manager (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer) USS Mason (DDG 87) City, STATE,
  • Directed 5 Supervisors assigned to 60 employees within 5 Shipboard Engineering Propulsion Plant Divisions
  • Administered Maintenance & Material Management program
  • Administered, managed, and evaluated Shipboard Engineering Programs
  • Interviewed, evaluated, and assigned employees
  • Prepared correspondence, directives, and reports
04/2011 to 03/2014
Ship Superintendent (E7/GSEC Chief Petty Officer) Southeast Regional Maintenance Center City, STATE,
  • Managed 24 scheduled maintenance projects resulting in 439 Intermediate Level Maintenance work packages completed saving $4.8 million in Depot Level Maintenance and labor costs
  • Coordinated with 40 maintenance shops ensuring all scheduled and emergent Intermediate Level Maintenance work packages on 9 U.S. Navy Ships were completed within allocated maintenance budget
03/2006 to 03/2011
Gas Turbine System Technician, Electrical (E6/GSE1 First Class Petty Officer) USS Underwood (FFG 36) City, STATE,
  • Supervised 9 Gas Turbine Technicians in the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of 2 GE LM2500 Gas Turbine Engines, 4 Caterpillar 3512B Diesel Generators, Electric Plant Controls and all associated support equipment
  • Managed 12 Maintenance Supervisors during 4 consecutive maintenance recertification's resulting in an above average maintenance certification of 94% completion and effectiveness
2002 to 10/2005
Calibration Technician (E5/GSE2 Second Class Petty Officer) Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility City, STATE,
  • Supervised 10 military and civilian employees in the calibration and alignment of numerous Automatic Propulsion Systems and Gas Turbine Control Systems during 13 Shipboard Instrumentation and Systems Calibration projects saving the Government $2.8 million in Depot Level contractor maintenance and labor costs
  • Performed Intermediate Level Maintenance on Marine Gas Turbine Control Systems
11/1997 to 11/2002
Gas Turbine System Technician, Electrical (E5/GSE2 Second Class Petty Officer) Assault Craft Unit Five City, STATE,
  • Recognized Subject Matter Expert for all electrical troubleshooting and repair of U.S. Navy Hovercrafts 
  • Performed corrective and preventive maintenance on 40 TF40B Marine Gas Turbine Engines, 20 T-62T-40 Auxiliary Power Units, 20 Controllable Pitch Propellers and all electrical, mechanical, hydraulic systems and components
  • Performed Organizational and Intermediate Level Maintenance on Electrical & Mechanical Craft Control Systems
Education
Expected in
Associate of Arts: Applied Marine Engineering, 3.82 GPA, Graduated with Honors
Coastline Community College - Fountain Valley, California
GPA:
Expected in
Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineering Technology, 3.83 GPA, Graduation Expected May 2018
Excelsior College - Albany, NY
GPA:
Certifications
  • Journeyman Electrician, Maintenance (Any Industry) 8000 Hours, U.S. Department of Labor, 2013
  • Journeyman Maintenance Mechanic (Any Industry) 8000 Hours, U.S. Department of Labor, 2002
  • Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, U.S. Navy, 2011

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School Attended

  • Coastline Community College
  • Excelsior College

Job Titles Held:

  • Gas Turbine Technician (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer)
  • Recycling Plant Manager (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer)
  • Shipboard Engineering Plant Program Manager (E8/GSCS Senior Chief Petty Officer)
  • Ship Superintendent (E7/GSEC Chief Petty Officer)
  • Gas Turbine System Technician, Electrical (E6/GSE1 First Class Petty Officer)
  • Calibration Technician (E5/GSE2 Second Class Petty Officer)
  • Gas Turbine System Technician, Electrical (E5/GSE2 Second Class Petty Officer)

Degrees

  • Associate of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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