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

Seasoned Automotive Technician and Area Supervisor dedicated to streamlining operations and maximizing team performance, played a crucial role in managing the largest police fleet in the United States. Driven to improve processes and reduce costs with hands-on management style. Bringing strong communication, planning and problem solving abilities demonstrated over 29 years in the field of fleet maintenance and automotive repair.

  • Fleet Management.
  • Team Leadership.
  • Inventory Control.
  • Employee Training.
  • Housekeeping and Shop Organization.
  • Electrical troubleshooting/Network diagnostics and repairs.
  • Engine/Drivetrain repair and maintenance.
  • Powertrain overhaul and replacement.
  • Suspension, Steering, and Brake system repair and maintenance.
  • HVAC diagnostics and repairs.
  • Police equipment troubleshooting and repair.
  • Able to provide own tools and diagnostic equipment.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish Fluent).
  • Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, WIS Shop Fax fleet management software)
Work History
01/2020 to Current
Interim Area Supervisor Diversified Infrastructure Services Woodbury, MN,
  • Lead team of 30+ Technicians between Crescenta Valley and Pomona, CA.
  • Monitored stations for contract compliance as per county guidelines, excelled and achieved over 80% of days in compliance over assigned zone.
  • Mentored technicians on maintaining clean and well-organized production areas to avoid violations or unnecessary work delays due to hazards or inefficient layouts.
  • Evaluated employee skills and knowledge regularly, training and mentoring individuals as needed.
  • Minimized resource and time losses by addressing employee or parts availability issues directly and implementing timely solutions.
  • Submitted reports to senior management to aid in business decision-making and planning.
  • Worked closely with technicians in order to organize and manage on-hand inventory counts and reduce losses due to shrink.
01/2018 to Current
Technician II Mfa Oil Lexington, MO,
  • Troubleshot and diagnosed faults with vehicle systems and components using OEM-specific code readers (Ford IDS), diagnostic trees and online knowledge bases.
  • Performed diagnosis and reprogramming of engine management components such as PCM's and ABS modules.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair of powertrain components including engines, transmissions, and differentials.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair of steering, suspension, and braking systems exceeding contract standards, minimizing company liability and ensuring officer safety.
  • Managed and delegated fleet maintenance goals for Walnut Sheriff's Station and surrounding law enforcement units, ensured fleet maintenance status was within contract standards.
  • Demonstrated process of preventive maintenance, visual inspections, and journey level repair procedures to junior mechanics.
  • Delegated jobs to subordinates and monitored quality of work.
  • Maintained police station fleet vehicles exceeding contract expectations, ensuring more than 95% of assigned vehicles were in service daily.
01/2008 to 01/2018
Mechanic I Riverside Police Department Fleet Management City, STATE,
  • Responsible for maintenance and repair of fleet of 350+ police and police support vehicles.
  • Worked Closely with commanding officers and fleet personnel to have vehicles brought in for preventative maintenance on time.
  • Inspected and evaluated vehicles to ensure systems, equipment, lights, and accessories adhered to city specifications and safety regulations.
  • Completed preventive maintenance services, diagnostics, powertrain overhauls, electrical and mechanical repairs on gasoline, diesel, and flex-fuel vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired issues with aftermarket police equipment such as lights, sirens, and radios.
  • Maintained outstanding relationships with outside vendors and technicians to bolster available repair assets. Responsible for supervising and coordinating vendor repairs to fleet vehicles.
Expected in
Associate of Applied Science: Underwater Welding And Oceaneering
College of Oceaneering - Los Angeles, CA,
Expected in
Automotive Vocational Training: Automotive Technology
El Camino Community College - Torrance, CA,
  • Supervised team of 30+ technicians, routinely accepted challenges from upper management team and delivered outstanding rates of contract compliance, inventory shrink reduction, and team productivity.
  • Maintained police station fleets exceeding contract or county expectations, ensuring more than 95% of assigned vehicles were in service daily.
  • Renown for maintaining one of the "Neatest shops in the county.".

Refrigerant Recovery (EPA 609) Certified.

ASE A1, Engine Repair, Certified.

ASE A4, Suspension and Steering, Certified.

ASE A5, Brakes, Certified.

ASE A6, Electrical Systems, Certified.

ASE A7, HVAC, Certified.

ASE A8, Engine Performance, Certified.

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