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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Veteran Production Worker adept at handling tasks efficiently. Knowledgeable about equipment operation, materials handling and documentation. Eager to contribute to daily operations at companies of any scale. Very interested in pursuing a career in the power industry.

Skills
  • ISO 9001:2015
  • Modifications and adjustments
  • Machinery operations
  • Scheduling flexibility
  • Machining and production standards
  • CNC Machines
  • Assembly procedures
  • Loading and unloading protocols
  • Performance Management
  • Polishing work
  • Power and hand tools
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • OSHA
  • QC
  • Equipment operation
  • Equipment assembly
  • Tool repairs
  • Documentation ability
  • Quality assurance standards
  • Personnel mentoring
  • Reviewing records
  • Storage procedures
  • Work ethic
  • Supervision
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Leadership
  • Training & Development
  • Working collaboratively
  • Problem resolution
  • Flexible
Experience
Manufacturing Operator, 06/2010 to Current
Essity Aktiebolag (Publ)Tampa, FL,
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Detected work-piece defects and machine malfunctions, maintaining apparatus to prevent future issues.
  • Lubricated parts and performed minor maintenance to improve machine function.
  • Documented daily production data and submitted accurate time logs to keep management up-to-date.
  • Established and adjusted feed rates and cutting parameters to keep operations in line with production demands.
  • Read and understood blueprints, product specifications and tooling instructions to plan correct operational sequences and prevent materials waste.
  • Selected proper cutting tools, calculating parameters to manufacture components and parts.
  • Operated various pressure gauges and rulers to inspect pieces after production completion.
  • Fastened and adjusted jigs and stops on machine tables to facilitate positioning of materials.
  • Used CNC and manual equipment to perform rough and finishing machining, working with fiberglass finished parts.
  • Painted and applied protective coatings to various parts to prevent water, oxygen and electrolytes from coming in contact with metal.
  • Assigned tasks to employees and monitored productivity, performance and task completion.
  • Managed and supervised daily activities of 8 team members.
  • Assigned individual work plans and reviewed jobs to accomplish tasks within expected parameters.
  • Controlled material usage to keep costs low, proactively investigating and resolving discrepancies to minimize waste.
  • Established and enforced 5s program successful in increasing line efficiency and preventing accidents tracked quarerly.
  • Identified and helped resolve nonconforming product issues to support accurate order fulfillment.
Infantry Squad Leader, 07/2006 to 01/2008
United States Marine CorpsCity, STATE,
  • Evaluated rapidly changing conditions and provided decisive leadership to cultivate effective and well-planned team movements.
  • Oversaw daily command for squad of 12 Marines, demonstrating strong moral character, intellect and respect.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades, verifying weapon locations and supporting magazine operations.
  • Used active listening and effective communication to alleviate issues between personnel members.
  • Applied critical thinking and analysis skills to evaluate intelligence data and other variables to plan course of action.
  • Patrolled restricted areas and authorized access for permitted personnel.
  • Led diverse training simulations to prepare teams for combat and emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated exceptional equipment knowledge in infantry employment of weaponry, including rocket launchers, rifles and mortars.
  • Led infantry team of 12 members in combat operations, providing tactical guidance for individuals with varying strengths.
  • Directed supporting gunfire to suppress enemy attacks and allow troops to maneuver within action area.
  • Coordinated detailed operations with armor, artillery and air support units.
  • Commanded oversight and tactical planning to streamline operations and enhance emergency preparedness procedures.
  • Led detailed trainings on weapons systems for subordinates, enhancing overall team safety and cohesion.
  • Formulated and led unit through offensive operations, including organizing mortar assaults and tasking assault units.
  • Developed and maintained daily personnel accountability reports for 12 Marines in remote and urban combat settings.
  • Managed receipt, storage and issue of mission-specific weapons and ammunition.
  • Trained diligently on gym equipment and exercise courses to achieve combat resilience and advance in both rank and skill level.
  • Constructed field expedient firing aids for infantry weapons.
  • Provided daily briefings to the platoon sergeant on safety and risk assessments.
  • Commanded several armed combat patrols on foot and in vehicles.
  • Spearheaded 3 fire teams during live fire battle drills, close combat training and MOUT exercises at various locations.
  • Managed several training exercises and battle drill fire teams.
  • Conducted ground reconnaissance and reported to leadership for strategic planning.
  • Processed prisoners of war and acquired documents critical to operational success.
Infantry Fire Team Leader, 06/2005 to 07/2006
United States Marine CorpsCity, STATE,
  • Maintained advanced knowledge of team member skills and deficiencies to properly and safely coordinate tactical strategy.
  • Evaluated rapidly changing conditions and provided decisive leadership to cultivate effective and well-planned team movements.
  • Executed fast and effective decision-making under combat conditions to facilitate team cohesion.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades, verifying weapon locations and supporting magazine operations.
  • Utilized excellent knowledge of hand signals and communications tactics to convey information when verbal orders presented heightened risk.
  • Determined elevation and grid azimuths with maps and map overlays.
  • Coordinated and supervised weapon employment and adhered to fire discipline planning and protocols.
  • Provided fast and accurate emergency response to injured teammates, providing first aid and Buddy Care.
  • Patrolled restricted areas and authorized access for permitted personnel.
  • Led diverse training simulations to prepare teams for combat and emergency situations.
  • Led infantry team of 4 members in combat operations, providing tactical guidance for individuals with varying strengths.
  • Directed supporting gunfire to suppress enemy attacks and allow troops to maneuver within action area.
  • Commanded oversight and tactical planning to streamline operations and enhance emergency preparedness procedures.
  • Coordinated detailed operations with armor, artillery and air support units.
  • Led detailed trainings on weapons systems for subordinates, enhancing overall team safety and cohesion.
  • Developed and maintained daily personnel accountability reports for 4 soldiers in remote and urban combat settings.
  • Managed receipt, storage and issue of mission-specific weapons and ammunition.
  • Facilitated conflict-resolution by implementing protocols and investigating issues through resolution.
  • Trained diligently on gym equipment and exercise courses to achieve combat resilience and advance in both rank and skill level.
  • Constructed field expedient firing aids for infantry weapons.
  • Managed 4 Marines in combat operations and tactical guidance to ensure optimal productivity.
  • Conducted ground reconnaissance and reported to leadership for strategic planning.
  • Processed prisoners of war and acquired documents critical to operational success.
  • Conducted research on intelligence targets to better understand relation to geopolitical and U.S. Marines mission objectives.
  • Coordinated assignment and distribution of new field equipment and supplies in support of well-provisioned team operations.
Infantryman, 06/2004 to 06/2005
United States Marine CorpsCity, STATE,
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades, verifying weapon locations and supporting magazine operations.
  • Patrolled restricted areas and authorized access for permitted personnel.
  • Monitored and authorized access to restricted areas by employees and visitors to guard against theft and incursion.
  • Instructed personnel on environmental hazard reduction and PPE use, driving standardized procedures and supporting team health and performance.
  • Coordinated detailed operations with armor, artillery and air support units.
  • Trained diligently on gym equipment and exercise courses to achieve combat resilience and advance in both rank and skill level.
  • Processed prisoners of war and acquired documents critical to operational success.
  • Trained soldiers, US contractors and foreign nationals on comprehensive combat operations to support mission goals.
  • Engaged targets during different types of combat situations, including at night.
  • Helped team carry out non-combat transitional, security and reconstruction operations.
  • Placed explosives and coordinated land-based minesweeping.
  • Operated and maintained rifles, machine guns and hand grenades.
  • Set up and operated field communication equipment for infantry group.
  • Carried out orders with precision from open and concealed positions.
  • Fired and recovered anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.
  • Support security, stability, transition, and reconstruction operations
  • Established, camouflaged and maintained forward and support infantry positions.
  • Executed long-range, precision fire from concealed areas and tactical checkpoints.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in to Salem Senior High School - Salem,
GPA:
Additional Information

Completed two combat tours in Iraq.

First Aid & CPR certified.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Salem Senior High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Manufacturing Operator
  • Infantry Squad Leader
  • Infantry Fire Team Leader
  • Infantryman

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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