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Jessica Claire
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Summary
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Highlights

ACI Concrete Field Tester


*Kansas Department Of Transportation Certifications:


*Superpave (Asphalt) Field Testing, Structures Inspector, Concrete Paving Inspector, Asphalt Paving Inspector, Basic Inspector, Aggregate Field Tester, Profilograph Operator CMS, WinCPMS, SolidWorks, STAAD.Pro, MathCAD, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Publisher, Project

Accomplishments
  • KDOT "ART": Advanced Resource Training.
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  • KDOT "BEST": Basic Effective Supervisory Training.
  • Two week course regarding KDOT's Learning Management System, Drug Free Workplace, Sexual Harassment, FMLA, Position Descriptions, Interviewing Preparation and Techniques, On-Boarding New Staff, Preparing Evaluations, Progressive Discipline, Coaching to Improve Performance, Team Productivity, Behavior and Social Styles, Problem Solving, Partnering and Mediation, Personal and Professional Development, Professionalism and Ethics, Personal and Work Related Motivation, Stress Management, Adapting to the Speed of Change, Generations, and Organizational Commitment.
Experience
Research Operations Supervisor: Engineering Associate II/III, 08/2012 to 04/2015
Sensata TechnologiesBaltimore, MD,
  • Supervise, plan, direct and provide engineering guidance to laboratory technicians and field operations in the Research Unit.
  • This position includes assigning testing, coordinating the workload with Section Heads, and determining proper procedures for maintaining an efficient unit.
  • This also includes obtaining materials and coordinating crews for laboratory mixes, daily routine testing, field sampling, setting up test sections, collecting data, and annual evaluations of Research Projects constructed in the field.
  • Principal investigator on assigned research projects and special investigations.
  • Develop and obtain technical data necessary to make an engineering evaluation of special engineering problems relating to engineering materials, mix designs, pavements and structures.
  • Prepare final reports that identify, substantiate and quantify the nature of the problem and include appropriate recommendations.
  • Provide technical assistance with specifications or field problems that may occur during construction or maintenance of pavements, bridges, and other transportation facilities.
  • Collect, analyze, and reduce data, assemble charts and tables, and produce publishable technical reports.
  • Present data on current research conducted by the unit.
  • Maintain AASHTO Accreditation (AAP) for all required tests conducted by the Research Unit.
  • Design and administrate a similar program for the testing conducted by the Research Unit that are not covered under the AAP to facilitate unit cross-training.
  • Participate as a technical expert on Transportation Pooled Fund Projects and as a project monitor for University conducted research such as pooled fund study number TPF-5(269), Development of an Improved Design Procedure for Un-bonded Concrete Overlays.
  • Assist other TAC Representatives and project monitors in the Research Unit.
  • Supervise seven employees.
  • Responsible for performing yearly performance evaluations/reviews and developing objectives for each employee for the following year.
Research Laboratory Coordinator, EA I, 08/2011 to 07/2012
Drury HotelsGreenville, SC,
  • Served as a lead worker during laboratory investigations, assigning testing, coordinating the workload with section supervisors, and determining proper procedures for maintaining an efficient section, obtaining materials and coordinating crews for laboratory mixes, as well as the daily routine testing of the unit.
  • Served as field crew coordinator, leading teams in obtaining samples, setting up test sections, annual evaluations of research projects constructed in the field, and coordinating with KDOT Construction and Maintenance personnel to facilitate sampling and surveys.
  • Assisted the Research Unit's principle investigators in writing of annual and final reports.
  • Including data collection, analysis, and reduction of data and producing publishable reports.
  • Maintained AASHTO Accreditation (AAP) for all required tests conducted by the Research Unit.
  • Designed and administrated a similar program for the testing conducted by the Research Unit that were not covered under the AAP.
Staff Engineering Associate, 07/2011 to 09/2011
CAPE ENVIRONMENTAL INCCity, STATE,
  • Performed general estimating duties including quantity take-offs, Requests for Quotes, and project proposals.
Engineering Technician, 09/2010 to 05/2011
KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONCity, STATE,
  • Conducted data analysis and technical writing pertaining to KDOT 2010 Aggregate Durability Study.
  • Analysis included calculating failure rates, data trends, implications, and alternative scenarios.
  • Collected concrete field samples such as cylinders and prisms; performed concrete field tests such as slump and air.
  • Performed laboratory concrete tests including ASTM C1202 Rapid Chloride Permeability and ASTM C157 Free Shrinkage.
  • Organized and developed presentations for internal and industry meetings.
Intern, 04/2009 to 07/2009
CITY OF COMMERCE CITYCity, STATE,
  • Handled construction inspections consisting of material, design, and grade inspections relating to pavement, curb/gutter, sidewalks, and storm sewer lines.
  • Spear-headed concrete flatwork program for the replacement of concrete to improve city's infrastructure, which included surveying and classifying all concrete flatwork and developing a replacement schedule.
Traffic Engineering Summer Intern, 04/2008 to 07/2008
DOUGLAS COUNTY PUBLIC WORKSCity, STATE,
  • Utilized GPS software to build database of street signs and intersection lighting arrangements.
  • Conducted studies relating to future road development plans: Studies included turning counts, travel times, and sight distance.
Education
B.S: Civil Engineering, Economics and Business, Expected in May 2010
Colorado School of Mines - , CO
GPA:

Professional Engineer, Kansas, License # ????? Civil Engineering, Economics and Business

Certifications
Construction Management, Structural Mechanics, Steel Design, Concrete Design, Foundations, Soil Mechanics, and Engineering Economics
Publications
Surface Resistivity Presentation, Madison Wisconsin Internal Curing presentation, Indy 2014, ACPA 2015, ESCSI KC 2015 Investigation and Characterization of Curling and Warping in Concrete Pavement. 2013 American Concrete Paving Association (ACPA) - KDOT Technology Transfer Meeting, Topeka, KS 2013. Presented results of curling and warping study, recommendations for improved procedures and future work KDOT Surface Resistivity Testing Update and Specification Implementation. 2013 American Concrete Paving Association (ACPA) - KDOT Technology Transfer Meeting, Topeka, KS 2013. Presented update of Surface Resistivity testing and proposed specification limits based on results of study KDOT Surface Resistivity Testing of Hardened Concrete: Phase I Update. 2012 American Concrete Paving Association (ACPA) - KDOT Technology Transfer Meeting, Topeka, KS 2012. Presented update of Phase I of Surface Resistivity project outlining current results and projected future work Kansas DOT Experience with Un-bonded Concrete Overlays. FHWA Pooled Fund Study 5-269 Project Kick-Off Meeting, Minneapolis, MN 2012. Presented brief history of KDOT's experience with unbounded concrete overlays as part of information sharing kick-off meeting for the pooled fund study
Skills
Basic, bridges, C, charts, CMS, concept, Construction Management, content, data analysis, data collection, database, drafting, Economics, Engineer, estimating, GPS, graphics, Inspector, lighting, Materials, MathCAD, meetings, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, MS Word, monitors, optimization, personnel, presentations, producing, Professional Engineer, progress, proposals, rendering, Research, SolidWorks, surveys, tables, technical assistance, technical writing, TPF, Transportation, author

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School Attended

  • Colorado School of Mines

Job Titles Held:

  • Research Operations Supervisor: Engineering Associate II/III
  • Research Laboratory Coordinator, EA I
  • Staff Engineering Associate
  • Engineering Technician
  • Intern
  • Traffic Engineering Summer Intern

Degrees

  • B.S

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