Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Detail oriented, highly trained and enthusiastic professional offering five years of engineering and technical training and experience. Effective administrator and technician with a solid foundation in electrical and mechanical systems, electronics, and chemistry controls. Trained in troubleshooting and maintaining complex systems with a demonstrated record of high performance standards, including attention to schedules, deadlines and quality of work. Strives for knowledge and adherence to safety with the need to maintain good customer relationships and the public. Equally capable of working alone or as a member of a cohesive staff.

  • Machinery operation
  • Assembly protocols
  • Material loading and unloading
  • Quality assurance
  • Documentation expertise
  • Production deadline management
  • Schematics and blueprints
  • Machine Calibration
  • Worksite safety
  • Critical thinking
  • Good listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Collaboration
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Cost Documentation
  • Problem Detection and Resolution
  • Equipment Dismantling
  • Functional Part Calibration
  • Electrical Component Replacement
  • Hand and Power Tool Operation
  • Clear Communication
  • Technical Documentation Interpretation
  • Parts Lubrication
  • Task Concentration
  • Decision Making
  • Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
  • Wiring Installation and Repair
  • Equipment Assembly
  • Computerized Maintenance Management
  • Handheld Computers
  • Microsoft Office
  • Willing to Learn
  • Safety Monitoring and Compliance
  • Visual Inspection
  • Alignment and Balancing
  • Cabling layouts
  • Device configuration
  • Customer relations understanding
  • Customer education
  • Device Installation
  • Documenting activities
  • Educating customers
  • Data management
  • Safety Monitoring
  • Instrument Calibration
  • Equipment Maintenance
Work History
Production Specialist, 10/2020 - 07/2021
Akorn, Inc. Gurnee, IL,
  • Responsible for maintaining hand soldering tools and area.
  • Applied flux to module surfaces in preparation for soldering.
  • Soldered through-hole and surface mount components on modules.
  • Trained and qualified for testing procedures for various different model types and builds.
  • Perform complex assembly on engineering and prototype builds with limited documentation and limited supervision.
  • Work independently, troubleshoot and solve problems with limited direction.
  • Set up and operate automated equipment and manual assembly equipment.
  • Quickly and efficiently set up workstations and prep multiple assembly lines for next shop order.
  • Primary goal being to maximize machine and station efficiencies.
  • Responsible for first-level trouble-shooting, equipment recoveries and repairs that are commensurate with applicant’s level of expertise, training, and latitude provided by Process Engineering.
  • Responsible for routine maintenance and monitoring performance of our tools and systems.
  • Perform inspection work, and assist and train lower level assemblers.
  • Follow production work instructions and sample assemblies, and receive verbal or written instructions regarding duties to be performed.
  • Read production schedules, BOMs, Electrical Schematics, blueprints and assembly diagrams.
  • Maintain accurate records, and be responsible for quality charting, prioritization, analyzing and interpreting data tracking, and running reports through our automated Manufacturing Execution System for continuous improvement and tracking of factory deliverables.
  • Provide written and verbal summaries of process, design, and component issues encountered during assembly.
  • Monitored production line for unsafe behaviors or incorrect techniques and worked with managers to resolve problems.
  • Documented deviations in procedures or appearance on production batch sheets for management review.
  • Supported machine operators in setup and operation of production equipment resulting in efficient runs.
  • Met customer demand by working extra shifts and consistently exceeding production quotas.
  • Helped shipping line by pre-assembling boxes to be filled with finished products.
  • Maintained equipment in good working order by checking settings and operation, troubleshooting problems and completing basic repairs.
  • Documented production information via daily system logs and discussed issues with management.
  • Examined incoming materials and compared to documentation for accuracy and quality.
Maintenance Equipment Technician, 10/2018 - 04/2020
The Southern Company Fayetteville, NC,
  • Responsible for maintaining and improving LAM and TEL Etch equipment and etchers.
  • Performed high precision preventative maintenance on LAM and TEL Etchers.
  • Read and interpreted specification pages for tools and equipment in order to troubleshoot and perform preventative maintenance.
  • Performed tests on equipment by setting up test wafers to verify etchers were running to proper specifications.
  • Verified specification pages were up to date and made continuous improvements with checklists to perform tasks more efficiently.
  • Preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, spares, and sustaining.
  • Collected and evaluated operating data to conduct online equipment adjustment and ensure process optimization.
  • Improvement processes, troubleshooting nonstandard events in the production line, and reviewing technological health and stability.
  • Responsible for the buddy, trainer, and certifier levels and is in charge of updating training manuals.
  • Participated in safety forums and Emergency Response Team as required.
  • Troubleshot and repaired electromechanical and pneumatic systems, using electrical drawings.
  • Completed preventive maintenance routines, documentation and procedures.
  • Performed basic preventive maintenance and repairs on production equipment such as motors, conveyors, mechanical components or electrical wiring and electrical components for production equipment.
  • Diagnosed electrical and mechanical problems related to all material handling equipment components.
  • Executed tasks within time and budget constraints.
  • Wrote and revised maintenance procedures.
  • Produced parts and assemblies quickly and efficiently within tolerances.
  • Optimized work readiness with effective gathering of parts and supplies in alignment with specifications.
  • Continuously adhered to strict regulations as well as detailed instructions, guidelines and specifications.
Cable Install/Repair Technician, 08/2016 - 05/2018
Wide Open West City, STATE,
  • Performed new connects, reconnects, disconnects, upgrades, downgrades and change-of-service.
  • Installed and relocateed outlets and installed/removed converters and cable modems.
  • Installed interior and exterior wiring.
  • Connected peripheral equipment.
  • Trained customers on proper use of equipment.
  • Monitored, repaired and recorded system, drop, and in-house leakage.
  • Assured proper signal levels and picture quality and identified causes of picture and/or signal degradation.
  • Troubleshot, repaired and replaced components from tap to consumer device.
  • Took voltage measurements.
  • Responsible for motor vehicle per company policy including equipment & tool inventory, vehicle security and vehicle maintenance.
  • Troubleshot/repaired problems between customer equipment and the RF of the optical node.
  • Tested, maintained, spliced, repaired and replaced coax cable.
  • Installed rigid and semi-rigid coax cable (underground and aerial).
  • Troubleshot/repaired problems with RF, AC, DC portion of forward and reverse plant for transmission levels, signal losses and other interference.
  • Performed routine balancing, aligning and adjustment of components and equipment used to amplify and process signals from output of the node.
  • Tested coax cables using signal level meters, volt-OHM meters, spectrum analyzers and compares findings with documentation.
  • Performed network troubleshooting including ping test, trace routes and speed test.
  • Maintained professional appearance and behavior at all times and provided superior customer service.
  • Installed data and telephone cable lines between outside underground or pole lines and residential and commercial buildings.
  • Repaired and updated equipment to conform to company-wide standards.
  • Assembled communication equipment such as wiring, switching equipment and power apparatus.
  • Connected components to exterior cable systems and tested connections for adequate power and functional links.
  • Collaborated with other workers and customers to resolve issues of deficient communications connections.
  • Performed troubleshooting of systems with techniques such as speed and ping tests.
  • Provided training on use, troubleshooting and calibration of equipment.
  • Operated equipment, vehicles and tools with optimal safety procedures to prevent injuries.
  • Coordinated installation of new users and relocations of existing users.
  • Planned layouts and ran cable into buildings and through walls, attics and crawl spaces.
  • Installed and configured new devices and system components.
  • Set up networks and computers for business and residential customers.
  • Analyzed user-generated trouble tickets to determine causes of problems and took appropriate action for resolution.
  • Researched and recommended network and data communications hardware and software.
Nuclear Electronics Technician, 06/2014 - 08/2016
United States Navy City, STATE,
  • Read and interpreted schematics and block diagrams.
  • Used test equipment and hand tools.
  • Repaired electrical/electronic cables and connectors.
  • Localized malfunctions and repaired or replaced faulty parts or subassemblies.
  • Aligned, adjusted, calibrated, and performed preventive maintenance on equipment; inventoried tools and portable test equipment; completed maintenance data forms.
  • Organized, maintained, retrieved, and reviewed 16,000 automated and physical records of active, reserve, and retired military members along with their dependents.
  • Performed general administrative duties: typing; filing; record management; data entry; scheduling; making travel arrangements; ordering supplies; and operating a copier, fax, scanner, shredder, and 3D printer.
  • Entered data into databases daily.
  • Created over 600 new entries for active duty, reserve, and retired service members and their dependents into a database.
No Degree: , Expected in
Naval Nuclear Power Training Command - Goose Creek, SC,

Nuclear Field “A” School Electronic Technician Trained in basic electricity, electronic circuits, microprocessors base/integrated circuits, and electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance. Naval Nuclear Power School Trained in pressurized water nuclear power plant, thermodynamics, plant chemistry and materials, nuclear physics and electrical distribution systems.

High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2013
Bainbridge High School - Bainbridge, GA

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  • Bainbridge High School

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