Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Summary of Qualifications

United States Navy submarine veteran with a superior ability to lead, manage, and coordinate across multiple departments. Outstanding performer in the fields of project management, complex operations, maintenance planning and execution, quality assurance, and personnel development. Able to multi-task, prioritize, and excel under pressure. Values integrity, formality, and procedural compliance in all aspects of work.

Areas of Expertise
  • Electrical Switchgear, Motors, Control Panels
  • Electrical Power Generation and Distribution
  • Electrical & Mechanical Maintenance and Troubleshooting
  • Maintenance Planning and Execution
  • Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer
  • Reactor & Steam Plant Cleanliness
  • Project and Priority Management
  • Training Program Development and Implementation
  • Technical Written and Verbal Communication
  • Team Leadership and Conflict Resolution
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • OSHA Safety Compliance
  • Instrument Calibration
Professional Experience
09/2019 to Current
Section Leading Petty Officer Naval Nuclear Power School, USN City, STATE,
  • Leveraged strong leadership talents and problem-solving skills to maintain team efficiency and organize workflows to meet any short and long term goals.
  • Spearheaded conflict resolution between personnel of various rank and authority to achieve mission success and consistently negotiated mutually beneficial agreements between parties.
  • Managed several classes of 40 students simultaneously, developing their leadership, technical knowledge, time management, problem-solving, physical fitness, and mental toughness.
  • Cultivated performance-oriented mindsets with satisfied, hardworking, resilient employees by clearly highlighting successes and developing leaders from within.
03/2018 to Current
Reactor Plant Technology Senior Instructor Naval Nuclear Power School, USN City, STATE,
  • Implemented and optimized first ever curriculum overhaul, modernizing and rewriting over 60 course lesson plans to enhance classroom discussions and student-centered learning.
  • Trained over 520 students on electrical and mechanical principles, with specialized focus on electrical power distribution, generating equipment, switchgear, and reactor control instrumentation, applying variety of instructional techniques with 98% graduation rate.
  • Oversaw 2700 student and staff exams and designed assignments to monitor student understanding and progress, while implementing new systems to overcome barriers to comprehension or learning.
  • Formally monitored other instructors, analyzing and refining valuable techniques successfully implemented into future lectures.
07/2016 to 02/2018
Engineering Department Training Manager USS Connecticut (SSN-22) City, STATE,
  • Designed and conducted over 300 propulsion plant drills, enhancing ship casualty response and resulting in Above Average grade on first ship Operational Reactor Safeguards Exam in over five years.
  • Developed and implemented employee incentive programs to promote advanced performance and minimize wasted man-hours, resulting in sustained higher exam scores.
  • Created training curricula, instructions, documents, drills, schedules, and written tests for over 70 personnel concerning reactor plant and warship safety.
  • Certified proper tracking in newly created databases of all 150 assigned personnel qualifications, responsibilities, exam scores and overall performance in ship's first ever training management overhaul.
02/2014 to 02/2018
Submarine Nuclear Propulsion Plant Supervisor USS Connecticut (SSN-22) City, STATE,
  • Hand-selected as Engineering Watch Supervisor to sharpen team in preparation for first Operational Reactor Safeguards Examination, resulting in flawless drill and operational performance.
  • Directly supervised over 35 nuclear propulsion personnel during rigorous ship overhaul, reactor safety, certification exercises, and testing programs, promoting technical prowess, seamless camaraderie, and higher qualification of 23 subordinates.
  • Prioritized and coordinated maintenance and equipment operation between divisional and departmental maintenance teams and upper management, saving dozens of man-hours each week.
  • Coordinated and led teams in casualties requiring rapid response and emergency corrective actions to preserve personnel and reactor safety, consistently rating highest grades for team performance.
  • Managed electrical maintenance program to optimize operational efficiency and reduce downtime by 20%.
  • Routinely selected for partial or full dismantling of equipment to quickly repair or replace defective components and rapidly restore functionality to machinery and electronics directly vital to reactor plant safety.
Expected in 10/2020
Bachelor of Science: Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology
Excelsior College - Albany, NY
  • Graduated with 3.82 GPA
Expected in 12/2013
: Nuclear Engineering Technology
Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program - Goose Creek, SC,
  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • EPA CFC/HCFC Universal Refrigerant Processing Certified

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School Attended

  • Excelsior College
  • Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program

Job Titles Held:

  • Section Leading Petty Officer
  • Reactor Plant Technology Senior Instructor
  • Engineering Department Training Manager
  • Submarine Nuclear Propulsion Plant Supervisor


  • Bachelor of Science

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