role of accidental release prevention engineer resume example with 18+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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  • Technical Troubleshooting
  • Project Management
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Process Engineering
  • Design Verification
  • Control System Design
  • Usability Testing
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Emergent Situation Management
  • Abatement and Decontamination
  • Materials Identification
  • Supervision & Leadership
  • Public Health Governance
  • Environmental Health
  • Waste Management Programs
  • Support Networks
  • Resource Advocacy
  • Testing Protocols
  • Data Gathering and Analysis
  • Training & Development
  • Data Management
  • Problem Resolution
Education and Training
Expected in
Bachelor of Science: Chemical Engineering
University of California, Berkeley - Berkeley, CA

Accidental Release Prevention Engineers are responsible for ensuring Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Programs (RMP) are implemented appropriately at various chemical and petrochemical facilities. Areas of focus include Risk Assessment, Process Hazard Analysis (HAZOP, LOPA), Operator training, operating procedures, mechanical integrity, seismic assessment, human factors, inherently safer design/hierarchy of hazard control, incident investigation, process safety information management, Safety Culture Assessment.

  • Conduct investigations, evaluate findings and prepare recommendations for the elimination and control of accidental release prevention
  • Conduct accidental release prevention and ISO inspections
  • Communicate technical concepts verbally and in writing to individuals of varying educational levels
  • Address the community's concerns to environmental justice issues
  • Navigate professionally amongst political bodies
  • Assess risk to human health or the environment
  • Review, interpret and critique documents and technical reports
  • Effectively represent the County and the County Hazardous Materials Unit in contacts with public, other County staff and other government agencies
  • Communicate and work effectively and cooperatively with clients, members of the public and staff
  • Plan, direct and coordinate the work of others
  • Formulate goals and implement procedures to meet program objectives
05/2004 to Current
Role of Accidental Release Prevention Engineer Contra Costa Health Services City, STATE,
  • Conducting Adults: Using a team framework where I have been both the team lead and a participant, I have conducted trennial audits of various facilities in contra costa county for 17+ years. As team lead, I have been responsible for developing plans and managing the audit within the designated timelines and seeing the audit report to completion (including ensuring the facility has come into compliance with any deficiencies). As a participant I have reviewed various technical studies and documentaion to ensure compliance with regulations.
  • Training: I have been responsible for facilitating training new engineers both at the entry level and ARPE level in various program elements. I have conducted multiple trainings for outside organizations most notably: OSHA (provide a half day training on various Industrial Safety Ordinance and Program 4 topics) and OSHA/CUPA CalARP Tag Members (provided a two-day training with another ARP Engineer on Program 4 topics).
  • Regulatory Review: Responsible for the review of Risk Management and Safety Plans, Reviewing Land Use Assessments for hazard scoring, and observing Process Hazard Analysis for regulated facilities.
  • Additional Duties: I am currently part of a 3-person rotation to provide process safety engineering oversight at the Chevron Richmond Refinery per the Chemical Safety
12/2020 to 12/2021
Deputy Director of Logistics Testing and Vaccine B Contra Costa Health Services City, STATE,
  • Oversaw 40 employees in Concord, California
  • As a deputy director of logistics, I was responsible for overseeing the logistics unit of the Testing and Vaccine Branch. The logistics unit was responsible for receiving vaccine in Contra Costa County, delivering vaccine within the county to both internal and external partners. Procuring supplies necessary for vaccine distribution and preparing supply kits for vaccine distribution. Tracking vaccine doses used, spoiled, and wasted internally. We also provided Cold Chain Management at various clinics and stationary vaccination sites.
  • AS the deputy director I was held responsible for building the infrastructure to accomplish these tasks from the ground up. My team included at the height of the response an Assistant Deputy Director, Brand Coordinator, Team Leads (5), and 30 cold chain staff. I had direct oversight and was responsible for providing onboarding for the staff and directing the Team Leads and Assistant Deputy Director. I created a training program, oversaw the clinic staff schedule, developed template, policies, and procedures, and created portals for our team to access the relevant information.
  • I was also tasked with providing report outs to leadership and working collaboratively with the other units in the branch to provide vaccine as needed in the county. I helped develop and complete objectives for the brand adapting to the quick changing nature of vaccine. I was able to use my problem-solving skills to overcome challenges such as: obtaining alternate equipment for the safe transport of vaccine due to delays in shipping of desired equipment, minimizing waste of vaccine due to the initially short shelf life of the vaccine through tracking and redistribution of vaccine to various groups, helping to develop a more automated way to track vaccine doses, and taking immediate action upon various recalls of vaccine to ensure clinic operations were never affected.
  • I worked with various organizations to provide staff for clinic operations. My staff oversaw the safe transport of vaccine and ensuring vaccine did not exceed temperature limits during the clinic. I provided technical support to staff and clinics during this time should any issues arise.
05/2020 to 11/2020
Testing Branch Coordinator Contra Costa Health Services City, STATE,
  • As the Testing Brand Coordinator, I was responsible for being the conduit from the branch to the main ICS structure. I was responsible for representing the branch at various leadership meetings and presenting key metrics related to testing. I facilitated the weekly branch meetings and was in charge of developing the ICS objectives on a weekly basis with input from the unit leaders.
  • I worked collaboratively with the state and outside organizations for form partnerships to increase testing on Contra Costa County. Notably working the state testing unit lead to bring testing sites and a mobile testing bus to the county. I participated in formation of grant proposals to bring more testing to Contra Costa County. I assisted with supply request for testing sites.
  • I worked with the lab unit branch coordinators to create a synergistic workflow for accomplishing COVID 19 testing at our desired goal of three days from clients making an appointment to obtaining results.
  • I participated in the 2020 Health Services Innovator Program to find solutions to the barriers faced in the testing branch. I also worked with the Business Intelligence Team to develop a dashboard of testing metrics to reflect where the branch was in meeting their goals

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  • University of California, Berkeley

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  • Role of Accidental Release Prevention Engineer
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