Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Worked in the restaurant and service industry for over 20 years. It was high volume and required keen communication skills and rapid problem solving as well as an in depth understanding of the appliances and tools.

Independent Contractor:

Saucy Jewelry. Maintaining tools in the studio, keeping structures secure through different weather conditions, working with equipment to fabricate jewelry.

In the past three years I have also been working on framing projects and forestry work on property. Jobs include working with a grant from the Oregon Department of Forestry to thin and make defensible space.

    • Deadline adherence
    • Scope definition
    • Estimations and quotes
    • Lifting 50 pounds
    • Safety and compliance
    • Measurement and calculation accuracy
    • Protective gear
    • Hazardous chemical handling
    • Teamwork
    • Organization and Time management
    • Critical thinking
    • Multitasking abilities
Work History
One for All Farms , 05/2014 - Current
Bloomin' Brands, Inc. Smithfield, NC,

I own and oversee five acres of land. I regularly do building maintenance, carpentry, and forest management.

I work 25 hours per week doing work on property.

Building Maintenance and Carpentry:

  • I have built from the ground up five buildings on the property from design to completion.
  • Checked measurements and completed accurate cuts to prevent materials waste and maintain cost controls.
  • Monitored tool and equipment condition and arranged repairs as needed.
  • Followed established job site safety regulations and maintained safe and clean work area.
  • Planned projects by identifying necessary equipment, tools, and required assistance.
  • Properly poured, set and cured concrete.
  • Aligned and squared frames and forms for installation.
  • Kept team members safe and job sites free of hazards by maintaining good organizational skills at all stages.
  • Calculated dimensions and amount of needed materials by accurately measuring job site and structures.
  • Safely operated electric cordless and hammer drills and cutting torches.
  • Painted surfaces using brushes, spray guns and paint rollers.
  • Operated power sprayers and hand tools to prepare and paint large areas.
  • Painted indoor areas such as hallways, bathrooms and lobbies.
  • Climbed scaffolding, staging, ladders and planks to reach work area surfaces and observed safety protocols to prevent falls.
  • Applied primer, paints, varnishes and lacquers to walls and surfaces using traditional and sprayer methods.
  • Protected all surfaces from damage and spills by using drop cloths prior to and during painting.

Forest Management:

  • Used trimmers and chainsaws for grounds maintenance, brush clearing and tree removal and thinning.
  • Opened containers with steel cutters, claw hammers and other hand tools.
  • Landscaped yards by planting flowers, grass, trees and bushes.
  • Mixed and sprayed fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides onto shrubs, trees and grass.
  • Maintained grounds, including trimming, weeding and general clean-up.
  • Identified and removed invasive plants and noxious weeds for garden aesthetics and ecosystem health.
  • Removed weeds, hazards and debris from common pathways to improve usability.
  • Handled upkeep of residential work sites, including hedge, bush and shrub trimming.
  • Mowed lawns using self-propelled and riding mowers.
  • Removed and disposed of plant debris from work sites to keep areas safe and well-organized.
  • Applied mulch to garden beds for protection against weeds and unwanted growth.
  • Transferred materials to designated areas using hand trucks, electric carts and wheelbarrows.
  • Monitored weekly and daily scheduled tasks to achieve desired workflow speed.
  • Trimmed around trees, flower beds and other yard features.
  • Diagnosed problems with equipment and performed regular maintenance for long-term functionality.
  • Used shears, pruners and chainsaws to prune and trim trees and wild fire fuel.
  • Use of small Kubota tractor to clear debris, move materials, spread gravel, and PTO chipper.
Independent Contractor, 03/2013 - Current
Saucy Jewelry City, STATE,

Studio Assistant/Booth Manager:

Studio Assistant hours: 25 hours a week fabricating jewelry.

Booth Manager hours: 12-14 hours a day, depending on type of event,

not including driving time.

  • Fabricating sterling silver jewelry using various tools and technique (Texturing, stamping, tumbling, torch work).
  • Organizing and maintaining booth structure for vending at markets and festivals year round in various weather conditions.
  • Meeting all safety requirements for varied environments (Rigging, electrical, fire extinguishers).
  • Keeping stock organized.
Kitchen Manager, 06/1997 - 03/2014
McMenamins Pubs City, STATE,

I have worked in a variety of different roles in many different McMenamins locations throughout Oregon and Washington.

I worked 35 to 50 hours weekly. Over 18 years, positions, tasks and responsibilities varied, including:

  • Delivered in-depth training to workers in food preparation and customer-facing roles to promote strong team performance.
  • Hired, trained and managed kitchen staff, including developing employees, issuing disciplinary action and conducting performance reviews.
  • Conducted daily checks of refrigerators and freezers to verify proper food storage, container labeling and surface cleaning.
  • Spearheaded regular maintenance and repair operations to keep building and equipment in peak condition, including HVAC systems.
  • Followed operational procedures and enforced product standards, quality and consistency.
  • Organized stockroom for quick and safety-centered workflow and prepared for company inspections.
  • Packed and unpacked shipments, collaborating with vendors on discrepancies and kept precise log of receipts.
  • Maintained kitchen cleanliness and sanitation through correct procedures and scheduled cleaning of surfaces and equipment.
  • Kept facility compliant with health codes, sanitation requirements and license regulations, alleviating potentially heavy fines.
  • CPR certified and First aid trained.
  • Kept MSDS information current and in binder.
  • Trained new employees with safety measures.
  • Updated spill kits, first aid kits, fire extinguishers.
  • Worked with repair technicians for maintenance regarding industrial dishwashers, stoves, fryers, refrigerators, and hood vent systems.
  • Plumbing repairs for clogged sinks and toilets.
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University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point - Stevens Point, WI
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/1987
William Horlick High School - Racine, WI,

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  • University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
  • William Horlick High School

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