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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

I am the best candidate for this position. Out of the 6 years as a Roadway Equipment Supervisor. My team has worked injury free. The time spent on UC01 I was always under budget at the end of the year. I have 5 years experience dealing with a contractors contract. I am have always made sure that the contractors are following our rules and working safely.

Anytime I am faced with an obstacle. I find a solution to make it work or one that will be the best solution.

Skills

Computer knowledge.

Powerpoint, Coupa, Excel, ETR time review, Quick Pay, Cocur, ETC

The skills for this position

Have worked withUC01 contract, Had a call every 2 weeks with Plasser officials to discuss how the work was progressing, I have filled in for John Walsh years back for short term leasing. Have worked around RM 80 or RM8800 undercutters, shoulder cleaner, and off track undercutter.

I have worked injury free.

Team player

Used to spending weeks out on the road in various territories to get the job done.

Work History
Roadway Equipment Supervisor Red River South, 08/2021 to Current
BNSFCity, STATE,



First and foremost Is Safety. I help my team to stay safe by being out with them and reminding them about the rules and discussing any accident/ close call. Asking for feedback to see what we can do to prevent this from happening again.

Next would be to provide the customers with safe and reliable equipment as needed. Making timely repairs. Communicating these repairs with the customer. If repairs are going to be delayed for any reason. Communicate early and try to come up with an alternative plan to help the customers out.

I do all of the above while trying to stay within my budget.

Supervisor Roadway Equipment Special Project UC01, 11/2016 to 08/2021
BNSF RailwayCity, STATE,

This position is the one that help to prepare me fore the position I am appling for.

I was on UC01 dealing with Plasser contractors on a daily basis. I had to make sure that we always were going by the contract. I would set down with the lead man on Plasser at end of shift. We were go over the daily cut report. I was looking for 1 production or 1X production. As this would affect what they were paid at the end of the month. Anytime Mr. Keys had a question before he would pay the invoice. We would discuss it and go over that days cut report.

I would also make sure the contractors were following our rules. If not I would discuss it with them ( if necessary I would ask them to leave the property for the remainder of the day), the lead man, and their office to see how they were going to handle it.

When it came to undercutting. I offered my advise as we usually had a new Roadmaster on each territory.

I reduced the cost of winter repair to our support equipment. First if we didn't need the rock cars for storage and plasser could run the waste out. I would have the rock cars shut off. This added 1-2 years between rebuilds on the cars. Saving and average of $65,000 per car not counting the fuel savings.

Safety is the top priority. I help my team to stay safe by being out with them and reminding them about the rules and discussing any accident/ close call. Asking for feedback to see what we can do to prevent this from happening again.

Next would be to provide the customers with safe and reliable equipment as needed. Making timely repairs. Communicating these repairs with the customer. If repairs are going to be delayed for any reason. Communicate early and try to come up with an alternative plan to help the customers out.

I do all of the above while trying to stay within my budget.

Traveling Mechanic, 05/2007 to 11/2016
BNSF RailwayCity, STATE,

In this position I work various jobs.

I work on 2 different Special Projects jobs. I was on UC29 for almost a year. It was a hi speed surfacing set built by Plasser. We had a shoulder cleaner out in front of us. So I had the experience to watch how it works. Also worked TP10 another plasser built piece of equipment. It was a self contained Tie gang. It would haul the new ties out and pick up old ties.

I have been mechanic on the smaller undercutters. Making repairs on our support equipment. But it also gave me time to watch the undercutter process.

Also I have been a safety rep. Smiths driver trainer, chairman for central Roadway Equipment safety team. In this role. I helped to build modules and teach them for Roadway Equipment Safety Cert.

MOW, 03/2006 to 05/2007
BNSF RailwayCity, STATE,

This is the start of my Railroad career. I started out as a Trackman. Started operating machines, then moved into fuel truck driver.

Education
No Degree: General Studies, Expected in to Southwest Baptist University - Bolivar, MO
GPA:

Went a couple of years. Changed jobs and didn't finish. Think i have around 50 credits.

High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1991 to Mnt View Birch Tree Libert High School - Mountain View, MO,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Southwest Baptist University
  • Mnt View Birch Tree Libert High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Roadway Equipment Supervisor Red River South
  • Supervisor Roadway Equipment Special Project UC01
  • Traveling Mechanic
  • MOW

Degrees

  • No Degree
  • High School Diploma

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