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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary

Safety-conscious Ironworker known for effectively communicating with team members and remaining attentive while working in high-risk environments. Lifts heavy items and works in adverse weather conditions with superior performance and reliability.

Skills
  • Safety protocols and procedures
  • Job planning
  • Rod-bending machines
  • Metal decking installation
  • Column connecting
  • Elevated work platform set up
  • Blueprint reading
  • Welding
  • Power Tools
  • Forklift Operation
  • New Construction
  • Repair
  • Hand Tools
  • Building Codes
  • Welding Equipment
  • Scissor Lifts
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Responsible
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Verbal and written communication
Work History
04/2019 to Current
Ironworker Wood Plc Philadelphia, PA,
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Cut metal components to required lengths using various tools, including using metal shears, hacksaws and bar cutters.
  • Reviewed work plans and blueprints to ascertain all requirements for project.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Complied with OSHA and company safety guidelines for height safety, lock out tag out, confined space and hazardous material handling.
  • Placed and fastened iron rods and steel mesh together using wire and spot welds.
  • Prioritized safety across job site with specific attention to load suspension, welding and cutting.
  • Coordinated with crane or signaled equipment operators to lift and position structural steel members and hoist beams, girders and columns to correct positions.
  • Analyzed specifications and blueprints and suggested quantities, types and sizes of materials required per job allocation.
  • Welded, cut and bent steel as necessary with torches, metal shears and welding equipment.
  • Aligned structural steel members to rivet, bolt and weld permanently into place.
  • Fabricated steel frames, columns, beams and girders according to blueprints or instructions from site managers.
  • Trained and experienced using turnbuckles, crowbars and jacks to align structural steel into final positions. Held rivets in place while workers used air hammers to form heads on rivets.
  • Followed blueprints and instructions from supervisors to erect columns, beams and girders.
  • Followed safety guidelines to fasten structural steel members and hoisted cables, chains and rope.
  • Inspected projects, identified issues that occurred and implemented corrective measures.
08/2017 to 04/2019
Ironworker Wood Plc Tucker, GA,
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Cut metal components to required lengths using various tools, including using metal shears, hacksaws and bar cutters.
  • Inspected projects, identified issues that occurred and implemented corrective measures.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Complied with OSHA and company safety guidelines for height safety, lock out tag out, confined space and hazardous material handling.
  • Placed and fastened iron rods and steel mesh together using wire and spot welds.
  • Reviewed work plans and blueprints to ascertain all requirements for project.
  • Maneuvered and positioned support structures before and after pouring concrete, often manipulating iron by cutting, welding or bending.
  • Prioritized safety across job site with specific attention to load suspension, welding and cutting.
  • Welded, cut and bent steel as necessary with torches, metal shears and welding equipment.
  • Fabricated steel frames, columns, beams and girders according to blueprints or instructions from site managers.
  • Coordinated with crane or signaled equipment operators to lift and position structural steel members and hoist beams, girders and columns to correct positions.
  • Followed safety guidelines to fasten structural steel members and hoisted cables, chains and rope.
  • Followed blueprints and instructions from supervisors to erect columns, beams and girders.
  • Trained and experienced using turnbuckles, crowbars and jacks to align structural steel into final positions. Held rivets in place while workers used air hammers to form heads on rivets.
  • Aligned structural steel members to rivet, bolt and weld permanently into place.
  • Unloaded and positioned prefabricated steel and heavy equipment using hoisting equipment, such as cables, pulleys or hooks.
01/2014 to 10/2016
Ironworker Wood Plc Chatham, VA,
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Reviewed work plans and blueprints to ascertain all requirements for project.
  • Cut metal components to required lengths using various tools, including using metal shears, hacksaws and bar cutters.
  • Inspected projects, identified issues that occurred and implemented corrective measures.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Complied with OSHA and company safety guidelines for height safety, lock out tag out, confined space and hazardous material handling.
  • Placed and fastened iron rods and steel mesh together using wire and spot welds.
  • Maneuvered and positioned support structures before and after pouring concrete, often manipulating iron by cutting, welding or bending.
  • Prioritized safety across job site with specific attention to load suspension, welding and cutting.
  • Welded, cut and bent steel as necessary with torches, metal shears and welding equipment.
  • Fabricated steel frames, columns, beams and girders according to blueprints or instructions from site managers.
  • Coordinated with crane or signaled equipment operators to lift and position structural steel members and hoist beams, girders and columns to correct positions.
  • Followed safety guidelines to fasten structural steel members and hoisted cables, chains and rope.
  • Followed blueprints and instructions from supervisors to erect columns, beams and girders.
  • Trained and experienced using turnbuckles, crowbars and jacks to align structural steel into final positions. Held rivets in place while workers used air hammers to form heads on rivets.
  • Aligned structural steel members to rivet, bolt and weld permanently into place.
Education
Expected in 10/2005 to to
GED:
Lyndon B. Johnson Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center - Franklin, NC
GPA:
  • Professional development completed in welding.

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School Attended

  • Lyndon B. Johnson Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Ironworker
  • Ironworker
  • Ironworker

Degrees

  • GED

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