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

AA plant maintenance mechanic with10+ years of experience,well versed in all aspects of plant operations and repair of multiple systems and subsystems related to the feild.

  • Troubleshooting systems
  • Forklift training
  • Completing repairs
  • Managing parts
  • Specializing in plant equipment
  • Class C license
  • Type endorsement
  • Issue diagnosis
  • Parts cleaning
  • Equipment dismantling
  • Tire changing
  • Lubrication processes
  • Electrical work
  • Recordkeeping
  • Safety standards and protocols
  • Effective communication skills
  • Equipment operation
  • Equipment monitoring
  • Troubleshooting skills
  • Parts replacement
  • Preventive Maintenance
Work History
General Equipment Mechanic AA, 10/2005 to Current
KrogerNovi, MI,

Estimated repair time and costs and recommended outside contractors for certain work.

  • Performed preventive maintenance inspections of Plant, and Railcar support equipment.
  • Ordered, modified and fabricated parts to complete repairs.
  • Conducted general maintenance procedures on schedule.
  • Replaced defective wiring systems, hydraulics and braking systems to return machines to service.
  • Traveled 75% of time to work on-site at customer locations.
  • Installed new parts such as motors, train lifts and drainage pumping stations on frequent basis.
  • Removed worn or faulty components for replacement or repair.
  • Diagnosed plant equipment, Type and Type issues using knowledge, manual testing and computer-aided tools.
  • Maintained meticulous records of all repair work that was made to machines and equipment.
  • Analyzed malfunctioning equipment and determined type of repairs required.
  • Used hand tools to disassemble equipment, perform repair work and then reassemble parts.
  • Specialized in repairing whiting equipment but learned ins and outs of many different manufacturer's pieces.
  • Read and understood technical drawings, schematics and manuals in order to make accurate updates.
  • Operated plant equipment safely and efficiently with team of 40 employees.
  • Examined parts for defects such as breakage or excessive wear.
  • Diagnosed equipment issues by analyzing error messages and testing results.
  • Cleaned, lubricated and calibrated machinery components to maintain peak operating performance.
  • Demonstrated equipment functions and features to machine operators.
  • Maintained operability and safety of plant machinery and equipment by performing daily inspections and preventative maintenance.
  • Used maximo to enter and manage data on malfunctions, parts and equipment required and repairs completed.
  • Determined sources of problems resulting in machinery malfunction, utilizing evaluation instruments and visual and auditory observation to troubleshoot defective equipment.
  • Analyzed blueprints and manufacturer instructions to take apart and reassemble machinery for maintenance and component replacements.
  • Observed and tested operation of machinery or equipment to diagnose malfunctions using voltmeters or other testing devices.
Shop Steward, 01/2016 to 01/2019
Local 689City, STATE,
  • Educated plant employee s on contract procedures, administration and interpretation.
  • Reduced grievances and arbitration needs by educating frontline managers on techniques for enhancing interactions between labor and leadership.
  • Negotiated collective bargaining agreements.
  • Assessed impact of union proposals on company or government operations.
  • Completed in-depth investigations into issues pertaining to discipline and grievance management and recommended strategies.
  • Mediated discussions between employer and employee representatives in attempt to reconcile differences.
  • Interpreted and advised on labor relations policies and previously negotiated agreements.
  • Oversaw investigations into discrimination, sexual harassment or other workplace claims.
  • Offered friendly and efficient service to all customers, handled challenging situations with ease.
  • Used critical thinking to break down problems, evaluate solutions and make decisions.
  • Actively listened to customers' requests, confirming full understanding before addressing concerns.
  • Completed minor preventative maintenance and mechanical repairs on equipment.
  • Developed team communications and information for meetings.
  • Carried out day-day-day duties accurately and efficiently.
Carpenter's Helper, 02/2004 to 02/2005
Potomac Home ImprovementCity, STATE,
  • Effectively used all fasteners such as nails, screws, pneumatic nailing systems, concrete anchors, powder-actuated fasteners and framing connectors.
  • Constructed 30 custom built designs according to specifications.
  • Organized project work by reading blueprints and assessing job specifications to determine optimal plans.
  • Completed independent or team installations of building structures, including trim, flooring and cabinetry.
  • Went all days without safety accident by safely setting up scaffolding, gang ladders, perimeter railings, fall protection and temporary covers.
  • Completed precise joining and high-quality finish work by properly anchoring and bracing structures.
  • Followed established job site safety regulations and maintained safe and clean work area.
  • Monitored tool and equipment condition and arranged repairs as needed.
  • Cut and shaped materials to meet outlined measurements using tape measure and square.
  • Installed interior finish items, including wall protection, doors and hardware, toilet accessories, cubicle curtain tracks and TV brackets.
  • Kept team members safe and job sites free of hazards by maintaining good organizational skills at all stages.
  • Planned and executed work with proper tools and materials to maximize efficiency.
  • Planned projects by identifying necessary equipment, tools, and required assistance.
  • Facilitated harmonious working relationships with crew members to prevent problems and conflicts.
  • Installed drywall, ceilings, trim and fabricated replacement trim and moldings.
  • Built and hung custom doors and frames.
  • Cut and installed insulation for residential and commercial buildings.
  • Checked measurements and completed accurate cuts to prevent materials waste and maintain cost controls.
  • Properly poured, set and cured concrete.
  • Safely operated electric cordless and hammer drills and cutting torches.
Apache Helicopter Mechanic, 09/1999 to 06/2002
US Department Of DefenseCity, STATE,
  • Performed work in adherence with aviation regulations and protocols.
  • Logged maintenance notes regarding status of aircraft repairs.
  • Worked on different types of aircraft from AH-64 to UH-60 helicopters.
  • Followed safety procedures while analyzing issues and working on aircraft.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, IMDS and FERMS.
  • Coordinated and distributed exposure and contamination control procedures.
  • Reduced expenditures by repairing systems through troubleshooting and minimizing aircraft equipment maintenance.
  • Completed all paperwork requirements for each task, including recording maintenance actions in aircraft logbooks.
  • Assisted with aircraft and equipment transport and movement.
  • Monitored parts department and placed orders for maintenance supplies on consistent basis.
  • Removed and installed aircraft subsystem assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions and mechanical flight controls.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Completed average of 10 work orders each day.
  • Performed flight line functions including AFE preflight and postflight requirements.
  • Conducted and oversaw safety protocols, including flight line foreign object prevention walks.
  • Handled 10 calls per day to address customer inquiries and concerns.
  • Employed TAMMS-A to maintain supply inventory.
Diploma: General Studies, Expected in 06/1999
Northwestern High School - Hyattsville, MD
Diploma : Helicopter Maintenance , Expected in 04/2000
US Army Aviation And Longistics School - Ft. Eustis, VA,
: General Studies, Expected in
Bowie State University - Bowie, MD

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School Attended

  • Northwestern High School
  • US Army Aviation And Longistics School
  • Bowie State University

Job Titles Held:

  • General Equipment Mechanic AA
  • Shop Steward
  • Carpenter's Helper
  • Apache Helicopter Mechanic


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