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Jessica
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Summary

Motivated, organized, and resourceful professional transitioning to supply chain management from environmental engineering consulting. Proven track record of motivating cross-functional technical teams to deliver efficient, meaningful results. Exceptional aptitude for effective communication and client relationship management. Recognized for the ability to learn quickly and develop creative and efficient solutions to drive success. Enthusiastic team player poised to make a meaningful contribution toward execution of strategic company initiatives.

Skills
  • Project Management
  • Project Planning
  • Project Scope Analysis
  • Budget Preparation
  • Contract Management
  • Managing Cross-Functional Teams
Education
Cornell University , Expected in Bachelor of Science : Civil Engineering - GPA :

Concentration in Transportation Logistics

Certifications

Licensed Professional Engineer - CT, #32821

OSHA 10 Construction • First Aid, CPR & AED • Confined Space Entry

Professional Experience
Entegris, Inc. - Project Engineer
Logan, UT, 04/2017 - 09/2022


  • • Managed complex planning, design, and construction projects for water and wastewater customers.
  • • Identified plans and resources required to meet project goals and objectives.
  • • Developed and initiated projects, managed costs, and monitored performance to ensure optimal use of invested resources.
  • • Provided detailed operational and technical direction in project challenges, consistently meeting deliverables within scope and budget.
  • • Implemented automated systems to improve accuracy and efficiency of engineering processes.
  • • Successful sales support of over $250,000 in labor bookings.
  • • Key projects included:


  • o Construction administration for the complete renovation of a water pollution control facility. Responsible for team submittals, change orders, RFIs, and payment applications, as well as on-site engineering support. Oversight of engineering disciplines such as structural, architectural, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, hazardous materials, instrumentation and controls, and on-site resident engineer. Facility met stringent operational parameters during multi-year construction.
  • o A sewer system evaluation survey to identify and repair areas of inflow and infiltration that are costly to the utility. Successful project resulted in significant removal of inflow and infiltration.
  • o Design of a Computerized Maintenance Management System for a drinking water utility. This cloud-based system allowed operations staff to use a tablet in the field to provide management with real-time updates and automatically generate reports.
  • o Planning and implementation of a cybersecurity system for a drinking water utility.
  • • Regional team manager responsible for fostering company culture and communicating business operations across three offices in the municipal group. Responsible for three direct reports and their professional development.
  • o Established open and professional relationships with team members to achieve quick resolutions for various issues.
  • o Mentored and guided employees to foster proper completion of assigned duties.
  • o Provided constructive feedback to increase productivity and maintain quality standards.
Alchemy Systems - Consulting Engineer
Port Arthur, TX, 04/2017 - 04/2020
  • • Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team of engineers and professionals to plan, design, and implement infrastructure and operations projects for municipal water and wastewater clients.
  • • Conducted engineering analyses and evaluations to develop and refine project designs, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • • Prepared detailed engineering drawings, specifications, and technical reports to support project documentation and deliverables.
  • • Assisted in preparation of project proposals, including cost estimates, scope of work, and project schedules.
  • • Collaborated with clients, regulatory agencies, and stakeholders to address project requirements, resolve technical issues, and provide timely project updates.
  • • Key projects included:


  • o Creation of a Capacity, Management, Operations and Maintenance plan for a client’s wastewater collection system. Successful project resulted in the termination of a 20-year Consent Decree from the EPA.
  • o Development of 20-Year Wastewater Facilities Plan for municipal wastewater client. Responsible for conditions assessment and future planning needs of the collection system and pump stations. Project included the development of a geographic information system-based app and database for field efforts to locate and assess unknown assets.

Sanitary EngineerConnecticut Department Of Public Health

Hartford, CT • September 2013 to April 2017

  • • Dedicated engineer for a portfolio of 27 projects worth $73 million for the Drinking Water State Revolving (Loan) Fund. Responsible for engineering, contract and fiscal compliance with state and federal program requirements from project initiation through closeout.
  • o Specific duties included reviewing and approving feasibility studies, engineering plans and specifications, capital improvement plans, asset management plans, and fiscal management plans, payment applications, and on-site compliance, as well as annual EPA reporting.
  • o Developed collaborative partnerships with essential client stakeholders to identify strategic projects with the highest feasibility for program inclusion and optimize the use of both client and State resources.
  • o Designed and implemented specialized subprograms to simplify loan requirements for small clients, facilitating streamlined access to financial assistance.
  • o Implemented a new program requirement for Asset Management and Fiscal Management Plans, and presented the program at a national conference as a model for other states.
  • • Selected for CT's task force to complete the national EPA Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey and Assessment. Conducted comprehensive 20-year capital needs assessments for 8 large and medium-sized public water systems. Results were submitted in a report to Congress, leading to a substantial increase in CT's percentage allocation of infrastructure funds.
  • • Member of a critical design review team for a $40 million design-build water treatment plant upgrade. As the first CT project of its kind, it required close collaboration with the utility to meet tight deadlines to maintain project schedule.

Developed and implemented a training program, overseeing and reviewing day-to-day tasks for interns, ensuring their productivity and growth

Connecticut Department Of Public Health - Sanitary Engineer
City, STATE, 09/2013 - 04/2017
  • Dedicated engineer for a portfolio of 27 projects worth $73 million for the Drinking Water State Revolving (Loan) Fund. Responsible for engineering, contract and fiscal compliance with state and federal program requirements from project initiation through closeout.
  • - Specific duties included reviewing and approving feasibility studies, engineering plans and specifications, capital improvement plans, asset management plans, and fiscal management plans, payment applications, and on-site compliance, as well as annual EPA reporting.
  • - Earned increasing responsibilities by demonstrated my capabilities, resulting in the opportunity to manage the Fund's largest clients.
  • - Developed collaborative partnerships with essential client stakeholders, including operational and financial leadership, to strategically identify projects with the highest feasibility for program inclusion to optimize the use of both client and State resources.
  • - Designed and implemented specialized subprograms to simplify loan requirements for small clients, facilitating streamlined access to financial assistance.
  • - Led successful implementation of a new program requirement for Asset Management and Fiscal Management Plans. Was invited to present the program at a national conference as a model for other states.
  • Selected for CT's task force to complete the national EPA Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey and Assessment. Conducted comprehensive 20-year capital needs assessments for 8 large and medium-sized public water systems. Results were submitted in a report to Congress, leading to a substantial increase in CT's percentage allocation of infrastructure funds.
  • Member of a critical design review team for a $40 million design-build water treatment plant upgrade. As the first CT project of its kind, it required close collaboration with the utility to meet tight deadlines to maintain project schedule.
  • Developed and implemented a training program, overseeing and reviewing day-to-day tasks for interns, ensuring their productivity and growth.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Cornell University

Job Titles Held:

  • Project Engineer
  • Consulting Engineer
  • Sanitary Engineer

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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