Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Experienced maintenance technician with broad skill set, acquired through 11 years working in industrial settings ranging from US Navy vessels to offshore work in the oil and gas industry. High work ethic, always adhering to strict industry standards all while maintaining excellent safety record.

  • Skilled with broad range of hand tools
  • Ability to troubleshoot problems on the fly
  • Excellent communication
  • Ability to read electrical drawings
  • Lockout/Tagout Procedures
  • High work ethic
  • Hydraulic systems
  • Safety and QA
  • Strong electrical background
  • Use of power tools
  • Scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance plans
  • Valid TWIC
  • CPR & bloodborne pathogens
  • H2S training and SCBA certified
Work History
Utility Worker, 09/2019 to Current
SyscoEdison, NJ,

Perform a variety of utility labor tasks at a hydro-electric power plant in connection with the operation, maintenance, and repair of the power project. Work ranges from laborer tasks requiring manual skill and equipment operation, to directly assisting journey level skilled trades workers by performing work that is below the journey level of knowledge and skill for accomplishment. Assists workers of the various skilled trades at the project by performing individual tasks as directed by the journey level worker to whom assigned. Operates, controls, cleans, and maintains a variety of heavy power equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Independently performs various routine tasks related to the operation and maintenance of the facility. Efficiently assists journey level workers by accomplishing sub-journey level work in the various skilled trades. Performs assignments according to established procedures without specific direction after initial explanation of the task. Follows detailed instructions, as necessary, from the responsible journey level worker.

ROV Senior Technician, 09/2013 to 09/2019
Oceaneering InternationalCity, STATE,

Working in a highly hazardous industrial setting tasked to maintain and troubleshoot all electrical, mechanical and hydraulic equipment associated with the assigned ROV system. Using variety of hand and electrical tools to execute preventative maintenance and repairs while maintaining the highest safety standards of the oil and gas industry. Keeping detailed records of maintenance performed and future maintenance planning. Other duties include, grinding, chipping ,painting and corrosion control for entire system. Troubleshooting various electrical circuits and equipment as well as complex hydraulic circuits.

Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class, 08/2010 to 07/2013
United States NavyCity, STATE,

Lead Maintenance Technician for Visual Landing Aids branch of Air Department ALRE Division. Responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing of electrical equipment assigned to the IFLOLS system. Using electrical test equipment to locate and repair faults in the system. Performed Duties in a training capacity of junior sailors in the proper procedures and policies of maintenance and troubleshooting program. Efforts directly led to the qualifications of 13 junior sailors. And a 98% equipment availability.

Interior Communications Electrician E1-E4, 06/2009 to 08/2010
United States NavyCity, STATE,
Required to operate, inspect, test, troubleshoot, perform electrical tag-outs and repair various aircraft landing system equipment. Performed periodic, corrective and corrosion control maintenance actions on Improved Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System (IFLOLS) associated systems and subsystems. Troubleshooting and maintaining sound powered circuits, motor controllers, various lighting systems and hydraulic/pneumatic systems In accordance with strict maintenance policies.

High School Diploma: , Expected in 2007
Stevenson High School - Stevenson, WA
: Interior Communications Electrician "A" School, Expected in 2008
Naval Recruit Training Command - Great Lakes, IL
: Advanced Technical Training, Expected in 2009
Center for Surface Combat Systems - Great Lakes, IL

Flag Letter of Commendation Award received September 2010 to March 2011. For performing 212 critical maintenance actions on Improved Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System, Flight Deck Safety Equipment, and supporting electrical and electronic systems. These actions resulted in the safe recovery of 7,500 Combat Aircraft Sorties and a 98 percent equipment availability.

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School Attended

  • Stevenson High School
  • Naval Recruit Training Command
  • Center for Surface Combat Systems

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  • ROV Senior Technician
  • Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class
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