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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Profile

Served the United States Army for over 22 years with 17 years of service being a supervisor and or manager. Currently looking to transition from the military / civil service into the ever expanding civilian work force. Looking to join a growing team of professionals that produces exceptional results.

Qualifications
  • Results-oriented
  • Operations management
  • Excels in inspections and documentation
  • Quick learner
  • Computer proficient
  • Microsoft Office
  • File/records maintenance
  • Training and development
  • Self-starter with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Retains information well
  • Used to a high tempo environment.
  • Experienced in production scheduling
  • Dedication to product quality
Relevant Experience
  • Currently performs Life cycle logistics analysis, Quality Assurance and complex troubleshooting assistance to field representatives.
  • Earned first time GO's on Bi-annual COMET (Command Maintenance Evaluation Team) inspections earning the Battalion the Army Maintenance Excellence Award
  • Inspects multiple platforms of equipment for serviceability, functionality and lifespan expectation costs.
  • Supervises and trains a inspection/ maintenance team of 25 personnel.
  • Decreased operating costs by [Number]% by implementing new cost control procedures.Problem Diagnosis
  • Used operational knowledge of systems, parts and components to solve problems that arose during life cycle of products.
Experience
2004 to Current
Inspector/Quality control and Assurance Arcosa, Inc. Mason, MI,

Performs lifecycle logistics maintenance assessments on all equipment. Ensures equipment is 100% returned to original economic condition. Performs quality control measures on small arms, large bore weapons and all platforms of vehicles and support equipment. Plans yearly maintenance schedules for all supported equipment. Orders sustainment parts and performs critical troubleshooting for technicians.

11/2005 to 07/2013
Battalion Maintenance Supervisor U.S. Army City, STATE,

Projected fleet maintenance scheduling, cost observation and equipment availability projections. Earned a first time GO on Bi-annual COMET (Command Maintenance Evaluation Team) inspections earning the Battalion the Army Maintenance Excellence Award. Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of over $40 Million in equipment and assets while deployed in Afghanistan resulting in zero equipment loss and sustained a readiness rate of 95 percent in garrison and deployed. Worked directly with LARs (Logistic Assistance Representatives), DLA Defense Logistic Agency to ensure timely arrivals of Class IX repair parts to Shindand Air Base, Afghanistan. Gathered and analyzed data for studies and reports and made recommendations based on findings.

2001 to 2004
Motor Sergeant U.S. Army City, STATE,

Planned and scheduled maintenance for the Battalion. Addressed readiness reporting of all ground supported equipment. Maintained filing systems for dispatching, operations and fleet maintenance requirements. Supervised eight technicians and supported over 100 pieces of equipment.

1999 to 2001
Senior Mechanic Special Operations Support Command City, STATE,

Advised the Motor Sergeant and Shop Officer on technical findings on inspections abroad and while deployed to multiple countries. Supervised maintenance control teams while in Kuwait, Korea and multiple locations in the United States. Received numerous awards for outstanding support of Special Operation missions and deployments. Liaison between unit, port authorities and host country port officials while conducting operations in transit and in the United States. Applied procedures pertaining to physical security, accountability, shipment of equipment, weapons and supplies; briefed the importance of security, responsibility and the regulations supporting them.

1997 to 1999
Various Positions United States Army City, STATE,

Key Responsibilities: Served as the maintenance NCOIC for the Battalion conducting and overseeing maintenance, convoy operation support and contact team maintenance surveillance. Managed, trained and counseled subordinates on the technical procedures used to produce a quality ensured result. Assessed long range logistic needs. Received numerous awards for maintaining Battalion readiness, Joint exercise support, Joint air inspection procedures and quality control measures. Served as an inspector oversees during Joint Air operations with multinational forces consisting of equipment foreign and domestic, while teaching subordinates proper inspection techniques and principles according to requirements and regulations. Supervised technical service assistance teams.

Education
Expected in 2014
Associate of Arts: Information Technology
University Of Phoenix - Phoenix, Arizona
GPA:

Associate of Arts: Network Security, 2014 University Of Phoenix - Arizona

Expected in
Bachelor's: Business
University of Phoenix - Arizona City, AZ
GPA:
Currently enrolled in Bachelor's Program Bachelor of Arts: Business, Current University of Phoenix - Arizona City, AZ
Affiliations
Skills

Operational Skills:


Maintenance Operations, Quality Control and assurance, Weapons, Logistics, personnel management, fleet maintenance, Inspections, dispatching, filing, physical security, disassembly, blue print readout, technical publications, test procedures, inventory, training, asset management, contract management, and cost Analysis.


logistic skills;


Database, documentation, Excel, Fast Learner, Life Cycle Cost, Logistics Management, operations management, Oracle, organizational Skills, prescribed load list, procurement, Self-starter, and Strategic Planning.

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • University Of Phoenix
  • University of Phoenix
Job Titles Held:
  • Inspector/Quality control and Assurance
  • Battalion Maintenance Supervisor
  • Motor Sergeant
  • Senior Mechanic
  • Various Positions
Degrees
  • Associate of Arts
  • Bachelor's

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