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Jessica Claire
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Summary

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as a Power Generation Technician. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Maintenance Team Leader with more than 20 years in the U.S. Army. Successfully led training programs for thousands of soldiers. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities. Specialized in power generation and distribution maintenance. Demonstrated ability to diagnose and repair system problems the first time and meet repair deadlines. Excellent safety record with HAZMAT, electrical and power tools. Proven ability to read and interpret wiring diagrams and schematics. Serviced, operated, and maintained Onan, Cummings, John Deere, Kubota, and Isuzu generator sets.

Highlights
  • HAZMAT handling
  • Effective team leader
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Expertise in Generator and Diesel engine repair
  • Extremely organized
  • Valid Washington driver’s license
Accomplishments

Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $200,000 during multiple overseas deployments.

Equipment Maintenance

  • Performed routine maintenance on equipment on as-needed basis.

Inventory Control

  • Restocked and organized items as necessary and as directed.

Purchasing

  • Maintained inventory of spare parts inventories and completed purchase requisitions as necessary.

Machine Repair

  • Detected machine malfunctions and problem-solved accordingly.
  • Repaired, maintained and replaced parts on dies.

Experience
Power Generation Technician, 10/2005 - Current
Cummins , TX,
  • Maintain and repair power generation equipment up to 416 VAC as well as small internal combustion engines.
  • Conduct major component replacement, which include engines, main generators, and wiring harnesses.
  • Implement load bank testing, scheduled maintenance services, as well as technical inspections ensuring equipment is maintained according to technical manuals and fully operational.
  • Maintain vehicle, tools, and test equipment valued at over $100,000 with 0 loss.
  • Responsible for the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of 15 generator sets at three separate field sites with minimal down time.
  • Track inventory and bench stock replenishment of over 50 service parts.
  • Hand selected to maintain the organization's fleet of Polaris 700 Rangers through expedited hands on training and limited supply chain got 5 deadlined Rangers to fully operational.
  • Train section operators on the proper installation and maintenance of 60KW power plant systems.
  • Conducted installation of 10KW Auxiliary Power Units on newly.
Education
Certificate, Power Generation Equipment Repairer: , Expected in May 2008
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U.S. Army - ,
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High school diploma: , Expected in June 1993
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T.C. Williams High School - Alexandria, Virginia
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Intermediate Level First Aid (CLS), 40 U.S. Army, October 2006 Primary Leadership Course Intermediate Leadership Course: , Expected in
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School Attended

  • U.S. Army
  • T.C. Williams High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Power Generation Technician

Degrees

  • Certificate, Power Generation Equipment Repairer
  • High school diploma
  • Intermediate Level First Aid (CLS), 40 U.S. Army, October 2006 Primary Leadership Course Intermediate Leadership Course

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