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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Industrial electrician and military professional with experience in a vast array of electrical fields, team management, leadership, administrative accountability, and supply management. A very fast learner and able to perform electrical duties with precision, thoroughness, and professionalism. Highly self- motivated and an effective group communicator. Successfully completed three combat tours in two different countries. Reliable, diligent, trustworthy, and does not know the meaning of quit.

Skills
  • Industrial electrical troubleshooting
  • Industrial electrical installation and repair
  • Preventive and reparative industrial maintenance
  • Knowledgeable of motor controls and schematics
  • Start/Stop stations and enclosure construction
  • Effective Team Leader
  • Trained in emergency medical situations and practice
  • Knowledge of hand benders and electrical benders
  • Electrical and mechanical schematics
  • Lockout/tagout procedures
  • Blueprints and schematics
  • Safety and compliance
  • Commercial and residential wiring
Work History
Industrial Electrican (apprentice), 07/2018 to Current
Arctic Slope Regional CorporationScottsdale, AZ,
  • Configured controllers such as VFD's, timers, and relays. Set up and installed electrical panels for industrial installations.
  • Repaired systems, replaced malfunctioning parts, and supported electrical installations, including electrical disconnects, multiple types of motors, and push button enclosures.
  • Worked with multiple types of electrical voltages and electrical phases(i.e. low voltage, 110v, 240-277v, 480v, single phase, and 3-phase)
  • Effectively worked with multi-craft team; providing wiring installation, preventive maintenance, and testing of equipment.
  • Tested wiring and other system parts for electrical flow and function.
  • Promoted commitment to safety standards and OSHA requirements to ensure 100% accident free work environment as a electrical team leader.
  • Transported equipment and workers between job sites using company vehicles.
  • Measured, cut, and threaded required supplies such as wire and different types of conduit.
  • Consulted with supervisor electrician regarding likely risks associated with any assigned job.
  • Worked with various types of cableways, conduits and other electrical raceways.
  • Provided high level and in-depth technical support by resolving inquiries by phone, e-mail and web, in manner and timeframe consistent with department and team service levels and goals.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including power saws, sanders, pipe threaders, grinders, cranes drill press, electrical hand tools, and safety harnesses.
  • Proficient in using telescoping boom lifts, scissor lifts, articulating boom lifts, and fork lifts.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance to ensure that building electrical systems and ancillary equipment operated efficiently.
  • Checked measurements and completed accurate cuts to prevent materials waste and maintain cost controls.
Electrical Apprentice, 02/2018 to 07/2019
Lonestar ElectricCity, STATE,
  • Inspected and tested electrical systems to identify connection issues and other faults affecting system performance.
  • Tested wiring and other system parts for electrical flow and function.
  • Reviewed electrical schematics and plans and followed according to specifications.
  • Worked closely with Electrical Journeyman, adhering to electrical and building codes while utilizing wide range of power tools and diagnostic equipment, including insulation testers and multi-meters.
  • Configured controllers and set up panels for commercial installations.
  • Helped complete system installations, digging trenches and breaking up concrete.
  • Installed new electrical components, fixtures and motors.
  • Collaborated in team environment to accomplish projects.
  • Used hand and power tools and diagnostic equipment to complete various aspects of jobs.
  • Demonstrated leadership and safety by taking charge of others in the absence of the Electrical Journeyman resulting in zero job site injuries. 
Graphic Artist/Maintenance, 04/2014 to 02/2018
AAA Trophy And T-shirtCity, STATE,
  • Created advertisements, brochures and logo designs to promote new products and programs. 
  • Applied knowledge of production to create high-quality images.
  • Completed final touches for projects such as images sizes and font selection.
  • Created digital image files for use in digital and traditional printing methods.
  • Put together videos for social media, advertising and informational purposes.
  • Developed print materials such as brochures, banners and signs.
  • Built corporate brands by designing cohesive looks between elements such as logos and letterheads.
  • Used Adobe, Microsoft, and Corel Draw to create images and layouts.
  • Contributed design ideas in early planning stages with customers and project managers.
  • Met with customers to present mockups and collect information for adjustments.
  • Provided facility inspection and maintenance to ensure superior levels of cleanliness and upkeep.
  • Reviewed technical documentation to perform accurate repairs on diverse equipment.
  • Completed partial or full dismantling of equipment to quickly repair or replace defective components and restore functionality.
  • Examined alarm systems and monitors to meet carbon monoxide and fire standards and safeguard personnel.
  • Inspected fire extinguisher equipment to maintain safe environment for workers or residents.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance practices and upheld equipment guidelines to reduce downtime.
  • Repaired plumbing pipes and fittings. 
  • Tested and repaired all electrical deficiencies throughout the building. 
  • Installed all electrical components for business signage. 
Artillery Radar Section Chief, 08/2007 to 04/2014
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Repaired and troubleshot electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, analog and digital output devices, navigational equipment, and computers.
  • Adjusted, calibrated, aligned, and modified circuitry and components and records effects on unit performance alongside radar mechanic.
  • Basic soldering knowledge
  • Implemented preventive maintenance schedules for diesel generators to optimize performance in adverse environments and mitigate operational down time.
  • Maintained a work readiness rate of 98% while conducting 24-hour operations in one of the most challenging operational and strategic environments while deployed as a Radar Section Chief in Iraq multiple times.
  • Fielded and deployed to Iraq with first ever AN/TPQ-53 radar system ( IP-1 ) to be entered into the U.S. Army while serving with the 5th battalion 82nd Field Artillery Regiment in Fort Hood, Texas.
  • Helped develop standard operating procedures for future military units to use while conducting operations with the AN/TPQ-53 radar.
  • Cross-trained and certified on all Army Firefinder radar equipment to include the AN/TPQ-36(V6-V8), AN/TPQ-37 (Legacy-V10), AN/TPQ-48, AN/TPQ-50, AN/TPQ-53.
  • Honor Graduate of Advanced Leader Course for Artillery Radar Non-Commissioned Officers; scoring a 98% overall grade throughout the 10 week course.
  • Honor Graduate of Advanced Individual Training for Artillery Radar Operators.
  • Supervised, maintained, and inventoried more than $200,000,000 in high-value equipment, maintaining zero losses over seven years.
  • Responded to emergencies with speed, efficiency and knowledgeable assistance.
  • Taught personnel to mitigate environmental work hazards and properly use personal protective equipment.
  • Patrolled designated coverage areas and evaluated terrain for defensive use.
Education
Associate of Science: Electrical Technician, Expected in 01/2022
Angelina College - Lufkin, TX
GPA:
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Public Relations, Expected in 2025
Stephen F. Austin State University - Nacogdoches, TX
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2005
Huntington High School - Huntington, TX
GPA:
Accomplishments

Lead electrician in charge of 3 other electricians

Promoted to lead electrician at an expedited rate due to knowledge base and work ethic

Graduate of Warrior Leadership Course, 2009

Graduate of Advanced Leadership Course, 2011

Graduate of Combat Lifesaver Course, 2013

Two Army Commendation medals

Army achievement medal

Two Army good conduct medals

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School Attended
  • Angelina College
  • Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Huntington High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Industrial Electrican (apprentice)
  • Electrical Apprentice
  • Graphic Artist/Maintenance
  • Artillery Radar Section Chief
Degrees
  • Associate of Science
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • High School Diploma

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