owner operator resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Detail oriented employee who works effectively and efficiently with others and has safety as top priority. Dedicated, hard working, and eager to learn new skills with 15 years construction experience.

  • Computer Software: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, QuickBooks, and Internet
  • Management Skills: People Management, Time Management, Office Management, and Physical Activities Management
  • People Skill: Communication Skills, Customer Service, Analytical, Decision Making, and Conflict Resolution Skills
  • Foreman, Superintendant, and Safety Officer
  • OSHA and MSHA Training
  • Business Owner
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • H2S Gas Training
  • Married Father of 2
  • E-100 Utah Contractor License
  • Computer Literate
  • CPR and First Aid Training
  • 30 Hour OSHA Training Course
  • CDL Drivers License
  • Blueprint Fluency

Owned and Operated Trucking Company

Awarded Safety Award from Army Corp of Engineers Memphis TN District 2009

Eagle Scout

Owner Operator, 09/2012 to Current
Evans Distribution CompanyMelvindale, MI,

Safely load, transport, and unload crude oil from the oil well site in the Uintah Basin, UT to a refinery in Salt Lake City, UT. Supervise 5 employees, make minor repairs on equipment, and completing all paperwork required.

Laborer, 04/2012 to 08/2012
Cornerstone Building BrandsDixon, CA,

Removal/demolition of old furnace and air conditioning equipment. Installation, retro fit of new furnace and air conditioning units in residential homes and commercial properties.

Heavy Equipment Operator, Foreman, Superintendent, Safety Officer, 2009 to 03/2012
Trade West ConstructionCity, STATE,

Repair of Route 18, Utulei, American Samoa ($2,488,880) Completed Dec of 2011 Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman for the project. Completed months ahead of schedule and under budget with 0 reported accidents or injuries. Constructed permanent repair of a landslide resulting from a cyclone. Repairs included site clearing and grading; stabilization of the slope face by installing an anchored wire mesh system of approximately 43,000 SF; shotcrete apron on the upper face of the slope for erosion protection; construction of a concrete cantilever slab; and miscellaneous utility replacements.

Beattyville, KY Rockslide Emergency Removal, ($398,000) Completed March of 2011. Heavy Equipment Operator. Project was an Emergency response project completed as fast as possible. Project consisted of breaking down and hauling off rock that had fallen off hillside above. The rocks were as big as a single family home and had blocked a creek. Project was completed with 0 incidences.

Chicago Harbor Exterior Breakwater Repair, ($4,967,553) Completed August 2010. Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman/Safety Officer. Project was completed ahead of schedule with 0 reported accidents and injuries. Responsible for repairs to the Chicago Harbor breakwater approximately 1000 linear feet, containing large voids. Repairs consist of drilling holes through the existing cap and injecting a specialized grout mixture into the structure to fill the voids. One major challenge of this project was its location being out on Lake Michigan.

Dredging of Haleiwa and Waianae Small Boat Harbors, Oahu, Hawaii, ($2,004,000) Completed February 2010 Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman/Safety Officer. Project was completed on time and with 0 incidences. Project consisted of Dredging the harbors and hauling away debris off site.

Lime/Fly-Ash Levee Repair Barfield-Wilson, Arkansas, ($943,150) Completed October 2009 Heavy Equipment Operator/ Foreman. Project consisted of repairing Mississippi River levee. Repairs were done by injecting a lime and fly-ash slurry mix into the levee. The job site was approximately 570,000 square feet. This project was completed ahead of schedule with outstanding ratings and safety award from the Army Corp of Engineers Memphis District

Port Allen Breakwater Repair, ($1,825,000) Completed February 2009. Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman. Repair 280 lineal feet of breakwater and revetment section of an existing breakwater using 8 to 10 ton boulders. This project required the use of heavy equipment. Most stones were the size of a small SUV. This project was completed on schedule with 0 incidents reported, with outstanding ratings from the USACE Honolulu District

Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman/Safety Officer, 05/2000 to 10/2008
Waters ExcavatingCity, STATE,

Projects consisted of digging and installing main line sewer, water, waste water, and power utility lines for residential subdivisions. Construction ranged from 5 lot to 32 lot residential subdivisions.

Grade and dig in preparation for residential and commercial building foundations. Backfilling of concrete foundations for commercial and residential buildings.

Installation of sewer, water, and power service utility lines for commercial and residential properties.

: E-100 General Engineering Licensing, Expected in 2005 to Contractor School - West Jordan, UT
Business license and contractor license test preparation.
High School Diploma: General Education, Expected in 2000 to Bear River High School - Garland, UT

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School Attended

  • Contractor School
  • Bear River High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Owner Operator
  • Laborer
  • Heavy Equipment Operator, Foreman, Superintendent, Safety Officer
  • Heavy Equipment Operator/Foreman/Safety Officer


  • High School Diploma

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