Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

I want to find the opportunity that fully challenges my entire skill set to totally enhance your organization, advances my career and allows me to become more knowledgeable. Seasoned manufacturing professional oversees day-to-day operations and coordinates equipment maintenance. Adept at maintaining inspection readiness and using [Software]. Forward-thinking and hardworking with strong attention to detail, open communication style and great resourcefulness.

  • Coaching
  • Coach I
  • Counselor
  • Database
  • Economics
  • Fashion
  • Features
  • Film
  • Government
  • LYNX
  • Materials
  • Meetings
  • Mentor
  • Safety
  • SAP
  • Statistics
  • Teaching
  • Technician
  • Troubleshoot
  • Tutoring
  • Regulatory knowledge
  • Troubleshooting and repair
  • Permit issuing
  • Maintaining inspection readiness
  • Maintenance understanding
  • Cooling tower experience
  • Experienced in [Software]
  • Pre-commissioning procedures
  • Safety protocols and procedures
  • New hire training
  • Equipment operation
  • Housekeeping skills
  • Loading and unloading protocols
  • Quality assurance standards
  • Documentation ability
  • Preventive maintenance
Process Operator, 09/2011 to 10/2019
Arcosa, Inc.Shepherdsville, KY,
  • Control the creation of a polymer from process beginning to end by using data available with DCS, Aspen, lab results, and field manipulation.
  • Responsible for daily patrols to ensure the integrity of the site and its equipment.
  • Keep continuity between shifts or contractors by having daily safety meetings/shift reports.
  • Use the knowledge of the equipment in order to have it locked out for repair, replacement, vessel entry, decontamination, etc.
  • Review the hazards associated with each job in order to mitigate risk.
  • Use of standard operating conditions to determine when there might be a problem within the unit and troubleshoot techniques in order alleviate (could include valve manipulation, clearing a line, unbolting flanges, or knowledge of the equipment in order to fix it yourself).
  • Board qualified.
  • Involve members of upper management to things that are affecting the site.
  • Writing work notifications.
  • Travel to other sites in order to oversee the pre-commissioning/commissioning of a plant start-up.
  • Training individuals.
  • Creating and maintaining reports.
  • Loading/unloading of materials from different containers.
  • Involvement in PHA’s, MOC creation, PSSR’s.
  • Handled all pre-commissioning and commissioning requirements.
  • Kept facility in compliance with established HSE requirements.
  • Maintained inspection-ready facility by monitoring operations and performing housekeeping functions.
  • Interacted with other personnel, including the [Job Title] to discuss technical details.
  • Identified and set aside equipment in need of maintenance or repair.
  • Performed standard work processes as directed by the [Job Title].
  • Operated all equipment in accordance to company directions.
  • Inspected finished products for quality and adherence to customer specifications.
  • Operated hand trucks, forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Set up and operated production equipment according to daily work orders and safety procedures.
  • Unloaded incoming products off trucks, sorted items in staging area and transported items to final storage locations.
Social Studies Teacher, 06/2009 to 05/2011
Dougherty County School SystemsAlbany, GA,
  • Disseminate the importance and the diverse nature of the study of rights and duties of citizenship (United States Government & Economics), and the study of the Earth and its lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena (World Geography).
  • Operate a computer system that deals with attendance (LYNX) and curriculum (CSCOPE).
  • Manage culturally diverse classrooms.
  • Keep open lines of communication with parents, guardians, and community leaders.
  • Develop a true learning environment by instilling discipline through proper classroom management.
  • I create this environment by adhering to rigid rules with consequences.
  • Provide TEKS and objectives that introduce and guide each student through the lesson.
  • Employ information-based lesson plans according to TEA standards that require in depth thinking regarding the text and real-life scenarios.
  • Consistent upkeep of folders and documents of special needs students and their work.
  • Take part in ARD meetings.
  • Modify students’ assignments: including ESL and/or special education students based on their IEP accommodations.
  • Conduct TAKS focused tutoring in my teaching field along with regular tutoring Coaching duties (Football and Basketball).
  • Create or help create plays in both sports.
  • Analyze game film in both basketball and football to gather info that is essential: includes freshman, JV, and varsity (scouting reports, schemes, tendencies, statistics, etc.).
  • Cooperative game planning with both sports that allow me to create practice plans that are based on a timely schedule centered around themes or focused drills.
  • In my position as a ninth-grade head football coach I have become acquainted with UIL rules and have conducted practice accordingly (Did the same with JV boys basketball team).
Detention Officer/Floor Supervisor Designate, 09/2006 to 04/2009
Harris County Juvenile Probation DepartmentCity, STATE,
  • Work with troubled and aggressive youths in different facets in terms of being a disciplinarian, counselor and/or mentor.
  • Provide in the safeguarding and security of the youths and the facility by keeping a keen eye and diffusing potential hazards.
  • Update paperwork in a timely and consistent fashion.
  • Made sure there was continuity throughout my assigned area as far as the youths and their accompanying paperwork.
  • Utilize the Harris County database in revising or retrieving info on youths.
  • Supervise employees ranging in numbers between four and fifteen.
  • Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain safety and security of [Type] facility.
  • Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and physical and mechanical restraints to address unruly inmates.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: Economics, Expected in 2005
The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH,
  • Relevant Skills:
  • Qualified to operate Honeywell DCS process controls
  • SAP proficient
  • H, S, E requirements knowledge
  • Lab technician experience
Electrician Technician Program: Electrician, Expected in 01/2020
Houston School of Carpentry - Houston, TX,
Activities and Honors
  • SAP Certified Application Associate
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

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School Attended

  • The Ohio State University
  • Houston School of Carpentry

Job Titles Held:

  • Process Operator
  • Social Studies Teacher
  • Detention Officer/Floor Supervisor Designate


  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Electrician Technician Program

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