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

Proactive in protecting components from distortion and efficiently producing high-quality work. Dependable, safety-oriented and diligent about accomplishing deadlines by applying excellent welding abilities. Highly experienced in structural welding.

Skills
  • Tool repair and maintenance
  • Flux core welding
  • Structural welding
  • Wire feed machines
  • Process improvement
  • Problem resolution
  • Communications
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Relationship development
  • Quality controls
  • Heavy lift management
  • New Construction
  • Equipment Moving
  • Hydraulic tools
  • Finishing work
  • Fabrication
  • Valve repairs
  • Organization
  • Team management
  • Team Bonding
  • Supervision
  • Customer service
  • Shaping and cutting
  • Mobile crane operations
  • Crane steering
  • Materials Transport
  • Crane Operation
  • Jib cranes
Work History
Pipe/Structural Welder, 04/2018 to Current
Chart Industries The Woodlands, TX,
  • Chipped away debris and thick crusts of rust, slag and other materials to ready surfaces for welding.
  • Clamped and tack-welded components to achieve desired configurations.
  • Minimized warping by using good fitting, burning and welding techniques.
  • Kept work area clean and organized.
  • Tested welding and safety equipment to check performance.
  • Inspected welds and checked whether critical measurements met specifications upon completion.
  • Closely examined welding equipment and purchased new equipment or fixed issues.
  • Bolted, clamped and tack-welded parts to secure components prior to welding.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment and defective materials and promptly resolved issues.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent, ground and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Maintained correct length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead.
  • Removed excess slag with arc-cutting, grinding and other equipment.
  • Help fitter's and rigger's set up equipment for project.
Structural Welder, 02/2013 to 12/2016
Mastec Inc. Lake Mary, FL,
  • Minimized warping by using good fitting, burning and welding techniques.
  • Clamped and tack-welded components to achieve desired configurations.
  • Removed excess slag with arc-cutting, grinding and other equipment.
  • Chipped away debris and thick crusts of rust, slag and other materials to ready surfaces for welding.
  • Maintained full set of personal tools to use on jobs, including stinger, wrenches and measuring tapes.
  • Worked correctly with each material such as steel or aluminum.
  • Tested welding and safety equipment to check performance.
  • Kept work area clean and organized.
  • Operated hoists, cranes and power tools to dismantle equipment to find and remove defective parts.
  • Conducted highly skilled special welds with extremely low tolerances for industrial operations in power generation, aviation and space flight.
  • Set up and operated hand and power tools, including shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Blew out machines, checked welding leads and wiring and changed filters for preventive maintenance.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by developing detailed plans for each project from start to finish.
  • Inspected welds and checked whether critical measurements met specifications upon completion.
  • Repaired manufactured products by dismantling, straitening, reshaping and reassembling parts.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent, ground and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Effectively managed repair and maintenance scheduled to increase shop organization and equipment longevity.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Bolted, clamped and tack-welded parts to secure components prior to welding.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment and defective materials and promptly resolved issues.
  • Maintained correct length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead.
Construction Laborer, 06/2010 to 03/2012
Johnson Brothers Construction City, STATE,
  • Worked independently in fast-paced environment while meeting productivity and quality expectations.
  • Used required tools to complete jobs, including hammers, saws, squares, levels and fastening devices.
  • Gathered and disposed of work site debris to remove safety hazards and boost team productivity.
  • Erected and removed temporary structures such as trench liners and scaffolding to meet team needs.
  • Prepared and cleaned surfaces for rebuilding purposes by removing damaged tiles, bricks and mortar.
  • Communicated with equipment operators to effectively assign equipment and manage smooth materials movements.
  • Enhanced job site safety by vigilantly monitoring equipment and team members to prevent accidents.
  • Directed traffic away from hazardous locations, protecting team members and general public.
  • Determined materials needed for daily shift and loaded vehicles with equipment and supplies.
  • Used radios and hand signals to coordinate communication between equipment operators and ground workers.
  • Operated equipment such as fork trucks and pick-up trucks, cranes to meet challenging daily demands.
  • Efficiently prepared job sites by removing debris and setting up materials and tools.
  • Actively attended safety trainings and workshops offered by employer, bolstering overall knowledge of appropriate measures and determining areas requiring improvement.
  • Worked with more knowledgeable professionals to grow understanding of principles and construction standards.
  • Gathered waste and trash from job sites for placement in refuse containers to keep job sites clean and organized.
  • Worked with speed and accuracy to consistently meet production standards.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2010
to
Central Lafourche High School - Raceland, LA
GPA:
No Degree: Welding, Expected in
to
L.E. Fletcher Technical Community College - Schriever, LA
GPA:
Certifications
  • First Aid/CPR Certified

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Central Lafourche High School
  • L.E. Fletcher Technical Community College
Job Titles Held:
  • Pipe/Structural Welder
  • Structural Welder
  • Construction Laborer
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • No Degree