Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Very driven, self motivated Sergeant of Marines. 7+ years of experience in the Marine Corps with multiple skills to be highly successful in any environment. Easily adapt to every situation and quickly and strategically overcome any adversity that comes along. As a Sergeant, it is my job to take the commander's intent, form a plan to execute, and motivate my junior Marines to accomplish the mission well before deadline.

  • Experienced personnel manager
  • Highly effective team leader
  • Experienced in maintenance and maintenance management
  • Experienced in facilities management
  • Critical thinking
  • Highly trained in emergency response
  • Ability to adapt
  • Strong verbal communication

Supervised, performed and coordinated the preventive and corrective maintenance of 14 M1A1 Main Battle Tanks and tool kits for said tanks worth over $50,000,000.00 over a 3 year period.

Supervised, mentored and instructed over 85 mechanics throughout a 4 year period.

Supervised, performed and coordinated the preventive and corrective maintenance of 11 armored trucks worth over $40 million and weapons worth over $500,000 over a 7 month period.

Supervised, mentored and trained 25 Marines during sustained route clearance combat operations over a 7 month period.

Supervised and coordinated with outside agencies the maintenance of a barracks with 93 rooms for over 200 Marines over a 20 month period.

Manager of the Bachelor Enlisted Quarters(BEQ), 06/2012 - 02/2014
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Ensured that all 93 rooms in the BEQ were well maintained and kept within sufficient living standards by closely working with the occupants and higher echelon. Performed many clerical duties and worked directly for the Company Commander and Company First Sergeant and was the middleman for over 400 Marines and Sailors.

"Sgt Claire is an excellent Non Commissioned Officer who routinely displays a degree of maturity, professionalism and character above that found in his peers. He routinely shows initiative in the execution of his duties and expertly executed his duties..." Company Commander

Maintenance Chief, 10/2011 - 06/2012
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Ensured all corrective maintenance and all semi-annual, annual and bi-annual maintenance was performed on 14 M1A1 MBTs and 1 M-88 Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Lifting and Evacuating System(HERCULES). Worked directly with Company Commander and Tank Leader to insure the commander's intent was met and timely maintenance was performed.

"Sgt Claire performed his duties brilliantly both while in garrison and in the field. As the company ramp chief, the most challenging billet a tank mechanic NCO can hold, he tirelessly worked in order to keep all company vehicles in top shape..." Company Commander

Combat Engineer and Route Clearance Vehicle Mechanic, 07/2010 - 10/2011
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Perform preventive maintenance on and immediately assess the damage to 6 different styles of route clearance vehicles and perform necessary on the spot maintenance, or provide guidance for recovery, to successfully complete the assigned mission. Perform further troubleshooting by use of manuals and schematics to repair or replace parts or the entire vehicle. Vehicle Commander of the Buffalo Armored Vehicle that our team of 25 Marines used to find and unearth Improvised Explosive Devices.

"...technical abilities exceed that of his peers, allowing him to provide his platoon a high level of maintenance support and a consistently high level of maintenance readiness." Company Commander

M1A1 MBT Technician, 06/2008 - 07/2010
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Worked directly with the operators of the M1A1 MBT to confirm the malfunction, troubleshoot and repair or replace the defective component(s) in the most expedient manor possible.

Instrument and Optics Technician, 10/2007 - 06/2008
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Received defective internal components of the M1A1 MBT's optics, computing, calculating and firing components and did further troubleshooting to find, repair and replace circuit cards, defective wiring and relays. Used schematics to perform pin to pin tests on cables large and small to find and repair disconnections throughout the cable.

Main Battle Tank Repair Technician, 06/2007 - 10/2007
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Perform third echelon maintenance as well as annual and bi-annual preventive maintenance services.

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Buffalo Maintainer Course - Roxboro , NC
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Basic Combat Trauma Trainer - Camp Lejeune, NC

Effectively assess and treat gunshot and knife wounds to sustain life in patient.

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Combat Life Saver - Camp Lejeune, NC
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M1A1 Main Battle Tank Repair Tech - Fort Knox, KY

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  • M1A1 Main Battle Tank Repair Tech

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  • Manager of the Bachelor Enlisted Quarters(BEQ)
  • Maintenance Chief
  • Combat Engineer and Route Clearance Vehicle Mechanic
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  • Instrument and Optics Technician
  • Main Battle Tank Repair Technician


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