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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

My experience in the aviation industry excel in the areas of aircraft manufacturing, maintenance, structures, and quality assurance, maintenance representation, Aviation Consulting, and last but not least Quality Engineering.

Highlights
  • Sheet metal installations
  • Troubleshooting specialist
  • Lean principles knowledge
  • Microsoft Excel, Project and Visio
  • Troubleshooting
  • Manufacturing systems integration
  • Assembly drawing
Accomplishments
Experience
10/13 to
Quality Engineer General Electric , ,
  • Maintain limited Preliminary Review Authority within an aerospace material review processing environment meeting Boeing's D-13709 delegated requirements.
  • Responsible for reviewing and processing nonconformance documents by validating discrepancy description against engineering requirements and design using CATIA V5 and Engineering Information Delivery (EID).
  • Review/create nonconformance database for repetitive defects aid in MRB.
  • Convened withholding tags for liaison disposition.
  • Provide technical quality support as a member of the ship-side support team, as required Participate in corrective action investigation and implementation including, assign corrective action request at the time the defect is submitted for disposition and support Corrective Action Board (CAB) activities, as assigned.
  • Support the development and implementation of AS9100 processes, as required.
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SR. Quality Engineer Rtx , ,
  • Accountable for audits of first Article Inspections ensuring successful completion of Lear 85 Build packages.
  • Ensured that corrective actions meet acceptable reliability standards and that Documentation was compliant with all requirements.
  • Performed surveillance, source inspections, and first article inspections.
  • Monitored the inspection system performance throughout all Lear Jet 85 Operations.
03/2013 to 08/2013
Bombardier / Lear Jet SR. Quality Engineer , ,
05/07 to 03/13
Quality Engineer General Electric , ,
  • Contracting for HI-TEK as a Material Review Board Quality Engineer, at Boeing Aircraft 787 Mid Body Section production lines, including major body join, fairing assembly & installation, passenger & cargo door installation, systems installation, and paint.
  • I Supported an AS9100 compliant Quality system, with emphasis on the nonconformance, and corrective action process, as well as (FAI) First Article Inspection, ensuring successful completion of site/quality management and 787 program objectives.
  • As a MRB team member, I maintain limited Preliminary Review Authority within an aerospace material review processing environment meeting Boeing's D-13709 delegated requirements.
  • accountable for reviewing and processing nonconformance documents by validating discrepancy description against engineering requirements and design using CATIA V5 and Engineering Information Delivery (EID).
  • Review/create nonconformance database for repetitive defects aid in MRB.
  • Convened withholding tags for liaison disposition.
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01/05 to 01/06
Bell Helicopter Textron Sr. Quality Inspecto , ,
  • Quality control inspector at Bell Helicopter's Amarillo facility where I contributed as a factory structures Assembly inspector on the AH-1Z, and UH-1Y production helicopters, where I worked closely with the MRB department on non-conforming issues, by writing.
  • Maintenance review documents.
05/03 to 01/05
Bell Helicopter Textron Lead Quality Inspecto , ,
  • Contracting for Aerotek Aviation, I was a flight test inspector on Bell Helicopter's AH-1Z Super Cobra and UH-1Y model helicopters, performing Pre-Flight, post-flight, and MOD inspections working with the Flight Test Engineering department.
  • Performed power plant and special structure inspections.
Current to 10/02
Quality Assurance Inspector Callaway Golf Co , ,
  • Specializing in aircraft pre-buy inspections, lease returns, record audits Power plant turbine Disc trace history, and a full range of asset management duties.
  • My expertise was directly related to all phases of airline charter, overhaul maintenance and inventory operations.
06/99 to 09/00
Maintenance Representative Air Transport International , ,
  • As a contractor representing North American Aircraft service, (NAAS) I was accountable for the accomplishment of all heavy check maintenance activities, such as non-routine bid hours, and material expenditures.
  • Coordinate with all departments on the accomplishments of departmental requirements.
  • Ensure all program operations stay within contractual budget requirements without sacrificing quality or safety, on DC9- 15 aircraft.
Education
Expected in
U.S. Air force: Aircraft maintenance specialist course 150 Hrs. Aircraft maintenance Technician primary 117 Hrs Aircraft maintenance Technician, (flight line) 66 Hrs. Texas Aero Tech: General aircraft studies (Air Frame and Power Plant) Hawaiian Airlines: DC-9 system familiarization 40 Hrs. Dalfort Aviation: DC-8 flight control rigging 40 Hrs Dalfort Aviation: Boeing 737 systems familiarization 40 Hrs Dalfort Aviation: Boeing 727 systems familiarization 40Hrs American airlines: MD80 air frame power plant and electrical course 40Hrs Amarillo College: Blue print reading II 40 Hrs. Amarillo College: V-22 osprey Familiarization 40 Hrs. Trident Technical College: Catia V5 familiarization 80 hrs :
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Affiliations
Additional Information
  • Airframe & Power Plant License # 87587118

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School Attended

Job Titles Held:

  • Quality Engineer
  • SR. Quality Engineer
  • Bombardier / Lear Jet SR. Quality Engineer
  • Quality Engineer
  • Bell Helicopter Textron Sr. Quality Inspecto
  • Bell Helicopter Textron Lead Quality Inspecto
  • Quality Assurance Inspector
  • Maintenance Representative

Degrees

  • U.S. Air force: Aircraft maintenance specialist course 150 Hrs. Aircraft maintenance Technician primary 117 Hrs Aircraft maintenance Technician, (flight line) 66 Hrs. Texas Aero Tech: General aircraft studies (Air Frame and Power Plant) Hawaiian Airlines: DC-9 system familiarization 40 Hrs. Dalfort Aviation: DC-8 flight control rigging 40 Hrs Dalfort Aviation: Boeing 737 systems familiarization 40 Hrs Dalfort Aviation: Boeing 727 systems familiarization 40Hrs American airlines: MD80 air frame power plant and electrical course 40Hrs Amarillo College: Blue print reading II 40 Hrs. Amarillo College: V-22 osprey Familiarization 40 Hrs. Trident Technical College: Catia V5 familiarization 80 hrs

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