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

Quality-focused manager with over 3 years of experience managing wide range of production activities. Driven to consistently achieve goals by allocating resources, overseeing budgets, directing employees and meeting deadlines. Talented at exceeding quality expectations by maintaining employee focus and achieving quality targets with hands-on supervision.

  • Project planning and development
  • Procedure development
  • Project Management
  • Hardware Product Development Lifecycle
  • Relationship-Building
  • Organization and Time management
  • Excellent work ethic
Work History
10/2018 to Current
Manufacturing Manager Avantor California, MD,
  • Review deliverable schedules and production relating to customer requirements, staffing requirements, work procedures and duty assignments, considering budgetary limitations and time constraints.
  • Track and maintain resources to not exceed budgetary limitations
  • Create process, employee and production schedules.
  • Track all deliverables and coordinate flow of materials at different stages of manufacturing to align with schedule.
  • Evaluate, research and develop internal policies and procedures to maintain efficiency and responsiveness to customer demands.
  • Provide monthly progress reports on progress with all on-going projects
  • Create internal Statements of Work that are dictated by the requirements documents from the contract deliverables
  • Create manufacturing work instructions after reviewing the drawings and parts list along with the appropriate manufacturing standards
  • Provide inventory support through procurement, vendor interface and logistics
10/2018 to Current
Deputy Project Manager National Aeronautics And Space Administration Hampton, VA,
  • Took on additional job duties during unexpected backlog, resulting in meeting project target dates.
  • Evaluate employee skills and knowledge regularly, providing additional training and mentoring to individuals with lagging skills
  • Manage schedules
  • Establish open and professional relationships with team members to assist in resolving issues and conflicts swiftly
  • Orchestrate projects within strict timeframes and budget constraints by solving complex problems and working with closely with customer
  • Review and evaluate all potential new hires in both engineering and manufacturing positions
  • Create and modify Cost -Time Resource Sheets and Task Plans for various subtask
  • Review monthly 533 financial reports prior to submittal
02/2009 to 09/2018
Principal Electrical Engineer Rtx Brooklyn, MD,
  • Review electrical/electronics drawings, both flight and non flight
  • Develop, create and conduct test procedures that include safe to mate and functional testing on both flight and non-flight hardware
  • Develop Interface Control Documents
  • Coordinate and manage fabrication efforts
  • Ensure that all required documentation are delivered with end item products
  • Support several projects: Dextre Pointing Project, Robotics Refueling Mission, TIRS I, TIRS II, L'Ralph, etc
  • Create parts list for non flight and flight manufactured hardware
  • Manage property that is delivered from the customer
10/2004 to 02/2009
Electrical Engineer Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. New Carlisle, IN,
  • Monitor and evaluate the overall performance of Electrical Power Subsystem (EPS)
  • Develop performance measurement requirements
  • Identify anomalous behavior and implemented improvements in subsystem operations
  • Provide written reports outlining my analysis
  • Support spacecraft anomaly investigations, including such duties as analysis, membership on Failure Review Boards, and propose innovative remedies and/or workarounds
  • Provide consultation on the overall subsystem to National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) Project, Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) community, and HST contractor management
  • Conduct special studies on the EPS based on orbital parameters, solar array life cycle, sun orientation, spacecraft stabilization, and mission unique requirements
  • Develop procedures for both nominal and contingency operations for EPS
  • Collaborate with other subsystem engineers to ensure integration of the Electrical Power Subsystem within the total Hubble Space Telescope system
  • Develop spacecraft tests pertaining to the EPS system as required from conception through Flight Readiness Review and execution
  • Create and conduct training sessions for the EPS Flight Controllers in support of Mission Operations
  • Re-write the Servicing Mission Command Plan and Integrated Timeline, based on requirements and inputs from other system engineers, to ensure the astronaut's safety
  • Updated Servicing Mission tool to be more efficient and user friendly by re-writing procedures and user's guide
Expected in
Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineer
Morgan State University - Baltimore, MD
Expected in
Master of Science: Project Management
DeVry University - Villa Park, IL

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