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Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Professional Summary

Hard-working Ironworker/ welder with excellent attendance record and stamina to perform strenuous labor. Personable, used to working outdoors and promoting 15 plus years of employment operating dangerous equipment safely. Adaptable to all types of situations and works productively with different personalities.

Skills
  • Analytical and Critical Thinking
  • Basic Math
  • Multitasking Abilities
  • Decision Making
  • Customer Service
  • Active Listening
  • Leadership
  • Attention to Detail
  • Self-Motivated
  • PPE Compliance
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Time Management
  • Great under pressure
  • Certified welder
  • Obtain OSHA 30
  • CPR Certified
  • Forklift, Man lift Certified
  • Able to operate heavy equipment.
Work History
08/2019 to Current
Ironworker Foreman Bragg Crane & Rigging City, STATE,
  • 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.
  • Maneuvered and positioned support structures before and after pouring concrete, often manipulating iron by cutting, welding or bending.
  • Placed blocks and jacks under rods for suspension while constructing vertical elements.
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Cut metal components to required lengths using metal shears, hacksaws and bar cutters.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Operated heavy equipment on daily basis.
  • Inspected sights to evaluate safety, operations and crew performance against objectives.
  • Oversaw daily operations at site, keeping team production moving at optimal pace.
  • Trained workers in proper methods, equipment operation and safety procedures.
  • Obtain welding certifications, D1.1, D1.6, D1.8, All Position and 6GR certified in multiple processes.
  • Assisted in moving heavy bulky objects in and through compact areas. (Jack and Roll)
11/2015 to 07/2019
Journeyman Ironworker Bragg Crane & Rigging City, STATE,
  • Cut metal components to required lengths using metal shears, hacksaws and bar cutters.
  • Placed and fastened iron rods and steel mesh together using wire and spot welds.
  • Skilled in use of specialized metalworking and concrete manipulation tools to perform assigned tasks.
  • Complied with OSHA and company safety guidelines for height safety, lock out tag out, confined space and hazardous material handling.
  • Maneuvered and positioned support structures before and after pouring concrete, often manipulating iron by cutting, welding or bending.
  • Placed blocks and jacks under rods for suspension while constructing vertical elements.
  • Hoisted metal components into place, safely operating cranes during process.
  • Used appropriate safety measures and encouraged other team members to do same in effort to avoid job site injuries.
  • Welded, cut and bent steel as necessary with torches, metal shears and welding equipment.
  • 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.
  • Followed blueprints and instructions from supervisors to erect columns, beams and girders.
  • Dismantled structures and prepared equipment for travel or site movement.
  • Unloaded and positioned prefabricated steel and heavy equipment using hoisting equipment, such as cables, pulleys or hooks.
  • Fabricated steel frames, columns, beams and girders according to blueprints or instructions from site managers.
  • Adjusted plumb bobs, laser equipment, transits and levels to align structural steel members vertically and horizontally.
  • Obtained welding certs in D1.1, D1.6, D1.8 in all positions and multiple processes.
  • Assisted in moving heavy, bulky objects in and through compact areas. (Jack and Rolls)
12/2010 to 08/2015
Welding Shop Foreman JP Donovan Construction City, STATE,
  • Used hand and power tools, equipment and instruments accurately.
  • Managed resources, materials, systems maintenance, regulatory compliance, schematics implementation and proper documentation of orders, operations, schedules and evaluations.
  • Directed daily operations of team of 8 or more technicians and shop professionals at any given day.
  • Managed materials inside shop and at job locations.
  • Provided training, coaching and support of staff members, resulting in elevated individual performance to boosted service standards.
  • Verified safe and proper operation of wide range of power tools, equipment and instruments.
  • Oversaw maintenance and repair of shop equipment.
  • Oversaw loading and unloading of packages in warehouse.
  • Supervised ongoing daily production phases.
  • Worked directly with NASA officials on building , fabricating projects.
  • Final QC of all products leaving the shop.
  • Obtained D1.1, D1.6 welding certs ASME weld certified.
Education
Expected in 06/2009 to to
Associate of Science: Welding Technology
Cuesta College - San Luis Obispo, CA
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Cuesta College

Job Titles Held:

  • Ironworker Foreman
  • Journeyman Ironworker
  • Welding Shop Foreman

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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