Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
  • Material Loading and Unloading
  • Team Player
  • Heavy Lifting
  • Worksite Safety and Maintenance
  • Heat Tolerance
  • Physical Strength and Stamina
  • Situational Awareness
  • Physical Agility and Coordination
Work History
Engine Crewmember • Forestry Aid • GS-0462-03, 03/2022 to 09/2022
Idaho National Laboratory, ID,


Laborer, 03/2021 to 01/2022
Aaa Northern California, Nevada And Utah Insurance ExchangeClearfield, UT,

At George Funk construction I was hired on as an installer/laborer. Our primary field of work consists of constructing residential patio covers, laying pavers, cement work, artificial turf installations, and more. Transitioning from the automotive industry to construction has expanded my experience with hands on labor greatly, helped improve my heat tolerance even further, and most of it all it has taught me to handle difficult situations that require you to think outside the box. The job consists of plenty of physical labor as well as areas that require you to use your head and work with mental precision. As time has progressed and I have shown promise, my superior has let me perform more and more work independently and given me countless great opportunities to expand my skill set and skill level.

Automotive Technician, 03/2020 to 03/2021
Brakes PlusFort Collins, CO,

At Larry H Miller Ford, I was initially hired on as a QRT technician. The main responsibilities in this position consisted of fluid exchanges, filter exchanges, and tire rotations. My superiors quickly noticed my work ethic and determination and within a few months I was promoted to an upsell technician. As an upsell technician I tackled general light drive-line and front end work along with Ford recalls. Also any services that may have been upsold by QRT technicians were given to me. Shortly after, the decision was made to move me to an apprentice position. Knowing my strengths, weaknesses and what I am passionate about I made the decision to become an apprentice for front end, light drive-line, and heavy drive-line work. I was very fortunate to work under a mentor that was an outstanding teacher and wanted to see me succeed in this industry. As an apprentice I learned countless tricks, tips, and techniques from my mentor that shaped me into a better technician. Eventually I was promoted to an independent automotive technician and carried out jobs that were assigned to me by myself. I learned a lot about myself, my problem solving skills, and much more while in this position. It taught me many valuable skills I will continue to use for the entirety of my life.

High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2019
Skyline High School - Mesa, AZ






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