Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,

Experienced leader with over 9 years of service as a submarine Nuclear Machinist Mate, Recruiter, and Advanced Programs Coordinator. Proven leader focused on efficiency and productivity. Known as a “SUPERB TECHNICIAN” with a record for:

  • Producing higher performance standards and enhancing productivity during a period of shrinking budgets.
  • Rebuilding broken programs with very little training or oversight in order to produce a streamlined process capable of quality craftsmanship.
  • Developing and implementing challenging training and testing initiatives. Established continually higher levels of staff knowledge resulting in maximized efficiency and operational abilities on millions of dollars in equipment.
  • Ability to translate technical specifications
  • Adaptability
  • Unescorted access to nuclear facilities
  • Team player

  • Detail oriented
  • Quality control
  • Hard charger
  • Demonstrated organizational/planning skills
  • Earned rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.
  • Received two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals in 6 months for exemplary work ethic and going above and beyond the expected.
  • Received Navy's Engineering Battle "E" award for overall outstanding efficiency.
  • Received "Golden Wreath" for excellence while recruiting.
02/2005 to Current Machinist Mate First Class United States Navy | , ,

Gained experience in all levels of work involved in day to day operation of a Submarine Nuclear Power Plant. Actively participated in the Global War on Terror and the U.S. Navy's agenda of "Strategic Deterrence" through the use of Ballistic Missile Submarines.

Part of the 7,000 person team responsible for annually finding and placing upwards of 48,000 of America's best men and women into the U.S. Navy to accomplish today's missions and meet tomorrow's challenges.

Hand-selected by the Chief Recruiter as the Advanced Programs Coordinator." A direct liaison between local recruiting district personnel and Commander, Navy Recruiting Command.

Expected in 2008 Universal EPA Refrigeration Technician Certification | R114 200 Ton Air Conditioning Unit School, Kings Bay, Georgia GPA:

Repair and Maintenance of Low/High Pressure Refrigeration Systems

Expected in 2006 Qualified Propulsion Plant Operator | Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator School, Charleston, South Carolina GPA:

Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operation/Maintenance

Expected in 2006 | Nuclear Field Power School, Charleston, South Carolina GPA:

Mechanical Design, Reactor Physics, Chemistry, Metallurgy, Radiological Controls, Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, Electrical Theory

Expected in 2005 | Nuclear Field Machinist Mate "A" School, Charleston, South Carolina GPA:

Basic Machining, Mechanical Design

Expected in Bachelor of Science in Progress | Nuclear Engineering Technologies Excelsior College, Albany, New York GPA:

Additional Information
  • Enjoy furthering the mission of the Boy Scouts of America as an Assistant Scoutmaster and Eagle Scout, online gaming, sports, hunting/camping, time with family, and travel.

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School Attended

  • R114 200 Ton Air Conditioning Unit School
  • Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator School
  • Nuclear Field Power School
  • Nuclear Field Machinist Mate "A" School
  • Excelsior College

Job Titles Held:

  • Machinist Mate First Class


  • Universal EPA Refrigeration Technician Certification
  • Qualified Propulsion Plant Operator
  • Bachelor of Science in Progress

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