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

Skilled Leadman with experience leading crews, planning jobs and keeping projects on schedule. Maintained cleanliness of work area, materials and supplies in stock. Expertise in multitasking, time management and scheduling capable teams.

  • Equipment maintenance and repair
  • Inspection readiness
  • Leadership trained
  • Inventorying knowledge
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Able to lift 75+ lbs
  • Materials estimating
  • Scaffolding set up
  • Fall protection
  • Job site management
  • Project deadlines
  • Safety oversight
  • Quality control
  • Painting: electric static and brush roll
  • Small engine repair
  • Drywall and finishing
  • Basic computer skills, specializing in ERP and SAP Software
  • Fork and Scissor clamp truck
  • Cement and Brick work
  • Inventory
  • Heavy Machinery Operator
04/2007 to Current
Leadman Wanzek Construction- Headquarters Throckmorton, TX,
  • Attended crew safety meetings, discussing proper use of personal protective equipment to minimize accidents.
  • Collaborated with set director and script supervisor to ensure complete continuity of sets.
  • Monitored equipment and resources daily for job site, performing scheduled preventative maintenance.
  • Trained team members in best practices and company standards.
  • Maintained landmark property, equipment, job site, office and tool house, following quality standards.
  • Discussed emerging site problems with management to determine applicable solutions.
  • Verified material and supply accuracy to incorporate change orders when necessary.
  • Reported to supervisors weekly regarding project progress, site problems and labor status.
  • Evaluated schedules, orders and forecasts to plan operational processes and meet timetables.
  • Monitored parts and equipment used at job sites.
  • Inspected production, quality control and maintenance reports to detect and address production problems.
  • Checked project details to verify correct materials and equipment for job sites.
  • Maintained high standards of safety, productivity and quality for every job.
  • Authored and updated production reports and personnel records for use by senior managers in making accurate operational decisions.
  • Upheld schedule requirements and quality demands with hands-on project supervision.
  • Estimated time, employee needs and material costs for projects.
  • Observed department resources to manage use, maximize efficiency and achieve production targets.
  • Complied with federal and company regulations to maintain high level of safety at all job sites.
  • Recorded supplies, parts, equipment and employee work hours for every job.
  • Increased productivity by improving employee morale and cross-functional communications with workforce, management and teams.
  • Created team member schedules and delegated individual assignments for work crew.
  • Planned and delegated work to meet planned project and production goals.
  • Diagnosed and corrected malfunctions with equipment and machinery.
  • Reviewed quality control reports in ERP and SAP Software to monitor various quality aspects of completed sets.
  • Worked with suppliers to maintain material flow during all project phases.
  • Conferred with technical and administrative staff to devise and implement corrective actions.
  • Led worksite preparation and project planning for smoothly run jobs.
  • Obtained specifications and directed work for multiple shift crews.
  • Coordinated regular preventive and predictive maintenance programs to maintain optimal equipment functionality.
  • Viewed and checked job equipment daily to determine maintenance requirements.
  • Communicated positively with employees, demonstrating high company standards and mitigating issues immediately.
  • Achieved operational excellence for development and rollout of production procedures.
  • Improved efficiency 90% by minimizing worker downtime and man power.
  • Assessed production schedules and orders to plan material requirements and activities of workers.
  • Supervised material usage and contractor hours to keep projects in line with budgets.
  • Delegated duties to each employee based upon his or her skills set and monitored progress daily.
  • Managed separator and spooler sites with focus on safety, process operations and productivity.
01/2002 to 01/2007
Ink Technician International Paper Company Tampa, FL,
  • Inspected production, quality control and maintenance reports to detect and address production problems.
  • Maintained adequate productivity by setting and enforcing deadlines.
  • Accurately set-up fold, adjusting roll mechanisms, tension and guide devices.
  • Collaborated with technicians to diagnose equipment breakdowns and address quality issues.
  • Monitored time and performance standards and reduced waste and spoilage during run mode.
  • Checked work areas to verify that printed sheets, mutts and blanks from each load were accounted for.
  • Circulated creative folders and obtained sign-offs to maintain efficient production flow.
  • Examined printed copy for correct ink density, position on paper and registration.
  • Maximized production by operating Faustel, W&H Press, and Kitter presses simultaneously.
  • Properly handled hazardous waste materials to uphold safety regulations.
  • Kept team on track by assigning and supervising their activities and giving constructive feedback.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
01/1997 to 01/2002
Machine Operator Scientific Games Rochester, NY,
  • Selected proper cutting tools, calculating parameters to manufacture components and parts.
  • Detected work-piece defects and machine malfunctions, maintaining apparatus to prevent future issues.
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Rigged equipment, connected hoses and delivered product to various locations.
  • Used bolts, shackles and clamps to connect pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures.
  • Maintained assigned equipment and performed daily inspections to increase equipment lifetimes and cut costs
  • Operated various micrometer gauges to inspect pieces after production completion.
  • Documented daily production data and submitted accurate time logs to keep management up-to-date.
  • Removed and replaced worn machine accessories to keep products within desired tolerances.
  • Painted and applied protective coatings to various parts to prevent water, oxygen and electrolytes from coming in contact with metal.
  • Operated multiple fabricating machines, including cutoff saws, shears, rolls, brakes, presses and forming or spinning machines.
  • Fastened and adjusted jigs and stops on machine tables to facilitate positioning of materials.
  • Obtained appropriate tooling and fixtures to revise setups on calibrated test strands.
  • Established and adjusted feed rates and cutting parameters to keep operations in line with production demands.
  • Used company tracking system to locate and pick merchandise to fulfill daily customer orders.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management to facilitate prompt resolution.
  • Completed product assembly according to standardized procedures.
  • Unloaded incoming products off trucks, sorted items in staging area and transported items to final storage locations.
  • Calibrated and adjusted equipment using tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, protractors and ring gauges.
  • Set up and operated production equipment according to daily work orders and safety procedures.
  • Assisted assessment of finalized product development to maintain QC standards.
  • Operated hand trucks, forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Built and packaged products to comply with multiple work orders and deadlines.
01/1989 to 01/1997
Painter Baptist Hospitals Of Southeast Texas Beaumont, TX,
  • Coordinated and completed ongoing routine painting of exterior and interior of properties.
  • Readied surfaces and surrounding areas for painting using sandpaper, tape and other materials.
  • Monitored paint supplies, placing orders whenever needed and properly and safely disposed of old paint.
  • Prepared sheetrock, metal and wood surfaces for painting.
  • Smoothed and finished surfaces on walls, trim and cabinetry.
  • Mixed paints and solutions and monitored consistencies.
  • Collaborated with electricians, carpenters and mechanics to complete construction projects.
  • Performed repairs to defects in walls by patching holes and scrapes prior at project start.
  • Filled out work orders, records of service calls and work logs and submitted to supervisor for project review.
  • Determined appropriate color for new and replacement applications during consultation with customers.
  • Completed and filed daily work slips to document progress and provide estimated completion time.
  • Inspected work sites to measure dimensions, lay out work and estimate materials for each job.
  • Operated airless spray equipment and motorized lifts.
  • Used power and hand tools safely and effectively.
  • Repainted entire apartments after residents moved out.
  • Cleaned and smoothed all surfaces prior to painting.
  • Chose correct brushes and materials for jobs and purchased from vendors.
  • Operated compressors, electric static and brush roll equipment with caution to avoid injuries and maintain tools.
  • Covered floors before prepping, priming and painting walls and ceilings protect them from chemicals and paint.
  • Maintained thorough inventory of paint equipment and supplies by checking product levels daily.
  • Recommended options to customers for blending, harmonizing and contrasting colors to add depth to smaller spaces.
  • Painted walls and other surfaces using traditional and sprayer methods and worked efficiently to complete jobs within required timeframes.
  • Completed basic plumbing, electrical, carpentry and HVAC duties.
  • Prepared surfaces for remodeling in residential and commercial properties.
  • Operated hand tools and power tools such as drill and table saws, to name a few.
  • Refinished household furniture such as desks, chairs, tables and bookcases.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2007
Capitol High School - Baton Rouge, LA
  • Promoted from Spooler Operator to Lead Shafter, in less than a month.
  • Promoted from Lead Shafter to Leadman on the floor three weeks after the first promotion
  • Exceeded production goals by an average of 90% in 2007 and 2019
  • Led team to achieve most production, earning recognition from upper management and financial reward.

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