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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
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Professional Summary

Dedicated management professional with history of meeting company goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand.

Skills
  • Facilities maintenance
  • Materials requisition
  • Inventory replenishment
  • Deadline management
  • Employee performance assessment
  • Staff Management
  • Employee scheduling
  • Project Management
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Self-motivated professional
  • Basic math
  • Supervision
  • Good telephone etiquette
  • Teamwork
  • Compassion
  • Written Communication
  • Customer Service
  • Training & Development
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Flexible & Adaptable
Work History
Property Maintenance Manager, 05/2021 to Current
Motel 6/Studio 6Ogden (Riverdale), UT,
  • Supervised employee performance, preventive maintenance and safety.
  • Planned scheduled maintenance outages as part of preventive maintenance program.
  • Contributed to development, implementation and execution of maintenance programs.
  • Assessed operating conditions and adjusted settings to maximize performance and equipment longevity.
  • Monitored priorities and liaised between maintenance team and management, delegating tasks to complete on time.
  • Completed partial or full dismantling of equipment to quickly repair or replace defective components and restore functionality.
  • Created and implemented maintenance program to optimize operational efficiency and reduce downtime.
  • Optimized supply levels to keep stock within ideal parameters for expected needs.
  • Organized ongoing maintenance schedules to boost system performance.
  • Monitored safety compliance to maintain strict standards and protect team members from harm.
  • Evaluated final results to determine quality levels and isolate root causes of any identified faults.
  • Reviewed and studied blueprints to double-check installation and implementation project requirements.
  • Investigated and corrected mechanical problems with machinery such as plumbing and electrical.
  • Provided guidance to management regarding project bids for onsite improvements.
  • Delegated tasks to carefully selected employees in alignment with resource management goals.
  • Rolled out improved training programs for maintenance employees.
  • Procured pricing information from various vendors to support cost-effective purchasing.
  • Enhanced customer satisfaction ratings by motivating team members to strengthen quality and increase productivity.
  • Efficiently assisted service workers with problematic transactions to maintain customer satisfaction and quickly rectify issues.
  • Monitored equipment, tools and system upgrades to compile data into detailed reports for upper management.
  • Hired and trained new construction workers to improve efficiency of department and cultivate productive work atmosphere.
  • Oversaw team of service professionals focused on multi-residential remodeling.
Lead Lineman, 07/1996 to 11/2019
Otter Tail CorporationWashington, IL,
  • Inspected and tested lines or cables, recording and analyzing test results to assess transmission characteristics and locate faults or malfunctions.
  • Strung cables between structures and lines from poles, towers, or trenches and pulled lines to proper tension.
  • Measured pole attachments and completed proper fitting and construction according to NESC guidelines.
  • Set ground anchors and guying systems for utility poles.
  • Used information from multi meters and digital/analog instruments to make decisions about all work assignments.
  • Read and interpreted blueprint plans, prepared supplies and developed effective plan of action before beginning work.
  • Spotted NESC violations along proposed routes prior to construction.
  • Sought continuing education opportunities such as electrical metering to refresh working knowledge and develop newest techniques such as 3 phase metering.
  • Accessed specific service areas to string lines and install terminal boxes, auxiliary equipment, or metering appliances.
  • Complied with legal regulations and company procedures to achieve high-quality performance in safe working environment.
  • Analyzed preparation documents to correctly set up installations at job sites.
  • Added or removed wire to shorten or lengthen lines, using various types of splices, connectors and clamps.
  • Observed company safety rules and regulations to minimize workplace accidents and reduce electric shocks.
  • Removed old poles and hardware and replaced with new equipment.
  • Maintained solid safety record with no OSHA-recordable incidents.
  • Responded to emergencies and outages that required additional labor and assistance for repairs.
  • Resagged loose lines to prevent failures.
  • Worked on both dead and energized lines.
  • Inspected power lines and poles for signs of damage or wear, interference and degradation and reported findings to supervisor.
  • Installed and maintained overhead and underground electrical power lines and auxiliary equipment.
  • Performed maintenance and reconducting work in varied weather conditions.
Machinist Mate, 07/1992 to 07/1996
US NavyCity, STATE,
  • Read and interpreted technical documentation.
  • Removed, lubricated and adjusted lube oil purifiers, water pumps, turbines and generators etc.
  • Performed preventive and corrective maintenance on boilers, engines and generators.
  • Inspected, repaired and replaced system components.
  • Closely monitored equipment to detect and report malfunctions and prevent accidents.
  • Studied sample parts, blueprints or engineering information to determine methods or sequences of operations needed to fabricate products.
  • Implemented updated operating procedures for lube oil purifiers, water pumps, turbines, generators, etc. and adjusted use to increase productivity and longevity.
  • Troubleshot issues with and repaired injection molding machines, robotic bottle packing machines and casting furnaces.
  • Studied daily work instruction, sketches, drawings, blueprints and manuals to determine dimensions and tolerances accurately.
  • Measured, examined or tested completed units to check for defects and verify conformance to specifications using precision instruments such as micrometers.
  • Safely operated heavy machinery such as pumps, fans and gear reducers without incident.
  • Worked closely with boiler technician and engineers to maintain optimum levels of communication to effectively and efficiently complete projects.
  • Delivered exceptional level of service to each customer by listening to concerns and answering questions.
  • Received and processed stock into inventory management system.
  • Created plans and communicated deadlines to ensure projects were completed on time.
Education
Machinist Mate: Marine Maintenance And Ship Repair, Expected in 01/1993
MM/BT A School - Great Lakes, IL,
GPA:
A/c And Heating Technician : Heating, Air Conditioning, And Refrigeration Installation And Repair, Expected in 01/1990
Universal Technical Institute of Texas Inc - Houston, TX
GPA:
High School Diploma : , Expected in 06/1989
Waller High School - Waller, TX,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • MM/BT A School
  • Universal Technical Institute of Texas Inc
  • Waller High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Property Maintenance Manager
  • Lead Lineman
  • Machinist Mate

Degrees

  • Machinist Mate
  • A/c And Heating Technician
  • High School Diploma

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