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Jessica Claire
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Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - resumesample@example.com - -
Summary
  • Detail-oriented Maintenance professional offering over 8 years of electronic and mechanical experience. Strong dedication to keeping equipment functioning at peak levels.
  • Skilled in general repair and maintenance, including electronic, computer, hydraulic, pnuematic, and hydro system knowledge and ability to interpret blueprints to address issues.
  • Experienced Facility Technician with proven ability to work independently and maintain high levels of productivity.
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and problem solving skills. Focused on preventative maintenance and system operations.
  • Multi-talented maintenance professional with an analytical and methodical approach. Diligent team player with skills in problem solving and inventory management.
Skills
  • Facilitates maintenance
  • Production scheduling
  • Resource allocation
  • Inventory monitoring
  • Safety protocols
  • Schematics reading
  • Basic math skills
  • Utilizing scanner systems
  • Blueprint reading and interpretation
  • Good mechanical aptitude
  • Proficiency with mechanical and electric tools
  • Computer literate
  • Dependable independent worker
  • Deadline driven
  • Troubleshooting at component level
  • Parts ordering
  • Strong work ethic
  • Power tools
  • Quality control
  • Physically Fit
  • Cabling terminations understanding
  • Climbing skills
  • Safe equipment operation
  • Interpreting maps and instructions
  • Test equipment operation
  • Branch circuit wiring
  • Electro-mechanical proficiency
  • AC/DC power and control systems
  • Electrical repairs
  • Safety documentation and materials
  • Emergency situations
Experience
09/2017 to Current
Maintenance Supervisor / Soldering Technician United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Consulted blueprints and repair manuals to complete high-quality repairs and restore optimal functionality of circuit cards.
  • Calibrated devices to optimize performance and maintain longevity of equipment.
  • Safely and efficiently finished repairs while supporting team members with tasks.
  • Diagnosed equipment malfunctions and completed repairs to restore equipment and maintain up-time.
  • Assessed daily workloads, scheduled and planned daily assignments and oversaw numerous projects.
  • Organized and implemented new assignments based on schematic diagrams.
  • Used multi-meters, oscilloscopes, and huntron trackers to diagnose electrical component failures.
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine best methods to approach circuit card assemblies and automated test equipment projects.
  • Developed process improvements to increase reliability and equipment performance.
  • Used electrical drawings to troubleshoot and repair electronic and mechanical systems.
09/2016 to 09/2017
Maintenance Supervisor /Quality Assurance Technician United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Adhered to strict operation and maintenance regulations by following instructions and observing guidelines.
  • Supervised facility operations, including preventive maintenance projects, employee tasks and performance and adherence to safety standards.
  • Consulted blueprints and repair manuals to complete high-quality repairs and restore optimal functionality.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance practices and upheld equipment guidelines to avoid failures.
  • Calibrated devices to optimize performance and maintain longevity of equipment.
  • Analyzed and identified equipment failure root causes and initiated correction actions.
  • Streamlined processes for electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems to maintain high standards of efficiency and safety.
  • Overhauled, installed and repaired equipment, including electronic, centrifugal pumps, pumps, valves, and generators.
09/2013 to 09/2016
Sonar Technician / Maintenance Technician United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Tested and configured bench-level electronic components as part of larger radar and weapons systems.
  • Documented maintenance actions and kept equipment records updated.
  • Mitigated acoustic data biological and environmental impacts by equipment and system filter adjustments.
  • Calculated target ranges and noted real-time propagation changes using algebraic equations.
  • Used strong math skills to identify precise locations of enemy submarines and track paths.
  • Performed routine maintenance on sonar systems to verify and maintain proper functioning.
  • Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
09/2012 to 09/2013
Submarine Electronic Computer Field Training United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Sonar Technician A School: Learn submarine occupational health and safety instruction; hazardous materials; trigonometry; fundamentals of algebra; introduction to electrical systems; electrical systems. troubleshooting and maintenance and software applications.
  • Electronics Core Apprentice Technical Training: Address basic electronic technical areas to include direct and alternating current, analog and digital devices, and other associated devices and subsystems as applied to submarines. Laboratory, and computer-based training. Topics include alternating current, inductance/capacitance, transistors/diodes, power supplies, digital circuits, and computer technology.
  • Basic Enlisted Submarine School: Perform damage control operations; demonstrate submarine escape procedures; utilize hull structure and closures; understand ballast and air systems, ventilation systems, safety, hydraulic operations, and risk management.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2012
High School Diploma:
Stanwood High School - Stanwood, WA
GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Recognized an inefficiency in automated testing equipment fundementals. Reconstructed a sonar amplifier cover for testing. Greatly reducing man hours spent on each test as well as implementing the reconstructed sonar amplifier cover Navy wide to improve equipment down time. Resulting in 5th Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
Certifications

Completed Apprenticeships through United Services Military Apprenticeship Program:

  • Computer Operator Apprenticeship
  • Electronics Mechanic Apprenticeship (Any Industry)

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School Attended

  • Stanwood High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Maintenance Supervisor / Soldering Technician
  • Maintenance Supervisor /Quality Assurance Technician
  • Sonar Technician / Maintenance Technician
  • Submarine Electronic Computer Field Training

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  • High School Diploma

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