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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Technician with talent for identifying faults and quickly restoring them. Strong knowledge of radar theory and troubleshooting. Communicative and team-oriented with proficiency in time management.

Skills
  • Onboard firefighting
  • Team building
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Customer service
  • Strong pork ethic
  • Fire security
  • Emergency security
  • Underway replenishment
  • Marlinspikes
  • Friendly, positive attitude
Experience
Sailor, 05/2015 to Current
Aaa Northern California, Nevada & Utah Fremont, CA,

In my six years of service to the United States Navy, I was responsible for a vast array of equipment and tasking. My primary duty was to keep the AEGIS SPY 1(D)V Radar mission ready at all times. To accomplish this, I was employed with weekly preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment such as:

(1) Radio Frequency Monitor

(3) -45 kV High Voltage Power Supplies

(4) -17kV High Voltage Power Supplies

(2) Final Power Amplifiers

(1) Signal Processor

(1) Auxiliary Cooling Skid.

Although maintaining radar was my primary duty, it was far from my only responsibility. My collateral duties outside of being a technician included:

  • Repair Parts/Supply Petty Officer - A liaison to the division for all repair parts and supplies. The "RPPO" is responsible for ordering and replacing faulted equipment. It is the RPPO's duty to ensure that all equipment and supplies arrive in a timely fashion, and are operational. This enabled the repair and correction of over twenty casualties during my time on the USS GRAVELY.
  • Assistant Work Center Supervisor - As second in command of the work center, the assistant work center supervisor will assume the duty and responsibility of work center supervisor in his absence. The assistant "WCS" is responsible for the current status and operability of the SPY 1(D)V Radar.
  • Divisional Food Service Attendant - Food Service Attendant or "FSA", is a collateral duty for sailors to gain experience in customer and food service. In my six month period as an FSA, I served meals to the crew, operated the ship's scullery and trash compactor system, and maintained cleanliness and sanitization of the ship's mess decks and kitchen.
  • Duty and Watchstanding - Being attached to a warship means being prepared to defend it twenty-four hours a day. To ensure the safety and security of the ship, USS GRAVELY employs duty sections. Each section is comprised of 1/6th of the ship's crew that remains on board each day. Every duty section must be prepared to defend the ship in case of any possible threat. To prevent this, various watches are manned daily to keep a vigilant eye on the ship and her surroundings. The watches I was qualified to stand were:

Petty Officer of the Watch

  • Assistant to the Officer of the Deck
  • Armed with a .9m pistol
  • In charge of granting/denying access to the ship
  • Manages the quarterdeck deck log

Messenger of the Watch

  • Gathers reports for the officer of the deck
  • Representative of the quarterdeck
  • Reports the ship's status to the Commanding Officer

Topside Rover

  • Mobile sentry
  • Walks about the ship and reports any threats or abnormalities
  • Reports to the Anti-Terrorism Officer
  • Armed with a .9m pistol and one M4 rifle

Contact Sentry

  • Grants/denies access to the ship's pier
  • Reports to the ship's quarterdeck
  • Armed with a .9m pistol

Cover Sentry

  • Armed overwatch for the contact sentry
  • Armed with a .9m pistol M4 rifle
Sales Associate, 02/2014 to 03/2015
Vacasa Holden Beach, NC,

Shortly after graduating from high school, I began working in 2 retail outlets (Columbia Sportswear and Converse Athletics) to help my parents pay the bills. It was here where I learned customer service and the true value of a day's work. While Employed at these retail outlets, I did the following:

  • Welcomed customers, offered to help locate items and suggested merchandise without being intrusive or pushy.
  • Processed merchandise returns and exchanges for customers to refund payments, trade items and offer store credit.
  • Helped customers by answering questions and locating merchandise.
  • Restocked shelves, racks and bins with latest merchandise and changed signage to promote special items.
  • Kept calm and applied strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills to resolve conflicts.
  • Engaged positively with each customer, providing professional and polite support for sales and service needs.
Waiter, 07/2013 to 08/2014
Various City, STATE,

While I was still attending high school I was eager to begin collecting work experience. I started in the food service industry and the skills I learned there will continue to aid me for the rest of my life. While waiting tables I learned how to multitask, how to properly deal with stress, and how to accommodate the customer to keep them satisfied. Though it was not easy, I am grateful for what I learned. A few of the skills that I learned as a waiter include:

  • Plated food and assessed plate presentation to maintain highest standard of food quality.
  • Applied safe food handling and optimal cleaning strategies to protect customers from foodborne illness and maintain proper sanitation.
  • Educated guests on daily specials and appetizers, entrees, desserts and other menu items.
  • Maintained knowledge of menu items, garnishes, ingredients and preparation methods to assist guests with menu selection.
  • Communicated with kitchen staff frequently to stay up-to-date on supply availability and potential customer wait times.
  • Minimized customer wait times by efficiently taking and filling large volume of orders each day.
  • Completed thorough and accurate opening and closing duties to facilitate smooth restaurant operations.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2013
to
Allen High School - Allen, TX
GPA:
: , Expected in 07/2015
to
Recruit Training Command - Great Lakes, IL,
GPA:

Basic Training for all enlisted recruits. Recruit Training is an 8 week course transitioning civilians into qualified sailors. Skills taught are:

  • Military presence, demeanor, and courtesies/customs.
  • Ability to multitask, time management, and critical thinking.
  • Basic seamanship
  • Adaptability
  • Weapons familiarization
  • Naval heritage and history.
  • Team building
  • Assuming roles of leadership and responsibility.
: , Expected in 09/2015
to
Apprentice Technical Training - Great Lakes, IL,
GPA:

Apprentice Technical Training or ATT, is a 10 week preliminary course for all electronic and technical rates in the United States Navy. This course introduces sailors to the vast field of electronics and familiarizes them with components and equipment. Skills learned in this course are:

  • Advanced understanding of electronics.
  • Binary code
  • Electronic circuitry
  • Digital Theory
  • Fiber optics
  • Basic Troubleshooting
  • Micro Computers
  • Test equipment
: , Expected in 08/2016
to
Fire Controlman A School - Great Lakes, IL,
GPA:

Fire Controlmen "A" School is a 20 week course meant to make the sailor familiar with detailed radar components and equipment. Skills taught in this course include basic troubleshooting, identifying and assessing faults, and understanding radar theory. In this course, sailors take the skills learned in ATT and apply them to real world scenarios where they must prove their ability to identify a casualty and assess the problem to their best ability, and remedy the issue. This course is what molds the sailor into a technician.

: , Expected in 05/2017
to
Fire Controlman C School - Dahlgren, VA,
GPA:

Fire Controlman "C" School is the final preliminary course a sailor must complete before entering the fleet as a certified technician. "C" School is a 7 month, job specific course that prepares the technician for the casualties and issues he will face in the fleet. Skills learned in this course are:

  • Advanced troubleshooting techniques and methods
  • Radar theory
  • Identifying appropriate bibliography in the work center
  • Identifying fault symptoms
  • Procedural compliance
  • Risk assessment
Accomplishments
  • Led team to achieve SPY Honor Roll six consecutive months, earning recognition from upper chain of command and Captain.
  • Trained and supervised 3 sailors that lead to successfully qualification.
  • Awarded the Naval Good Conduct Ribbon, May, 2019.
  • Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, March, 2021.

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Allen High School
  • Recruit Training Command
  • Apprentice Technical Training
  • Fire Controlman A School
  • Fire Controlman C School
Job Titles Held:
  • Sailor
  • Sales Associate
  • Waiter
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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