Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Aggressively utilize leadership skills, knowledge of engineering, project management skills and accumulated technical problem solving abilities to create optimal solutions for the projects and tasks that I receive, to ensure the success of the organization, my family, and myself.

  • Electrical Project Estimation
  • Quality Control Programs
  • Site Electrical Expert
  • Building Electrical Expert
  • Process Electrical Expert
  • Electrical
    Construction Management Expert
  • Building Fire Alarm System
  • Control Panel Design (UL 508A) Expert
  • Bid Package Assembly and Management Expert
  • AutoCAD Expert
  • National Electric Code Expert
  • Building Access Controls
  • Waste Water Treatment: Panel Design
  • Proficient in Visual (Lighting Design)
  • Proficient in EasyPower Design Software
  • Electrical Material Direct Requisitioning
  • Avidly Seeks Professional Training
  • Building Professional Set of Electrical Measurement and Analysis Tools so Designs are Based on Facts
  • Manage Subcontractors from multiple disciplines
  • Manage, Train, and Mentor Department Personnel
  • Selflessly Expends Extra Time and Effort to get Projects Done on Time.
  • Process Electrical Equipment I/O Checkout, Start-up, and Commissioning
  • Materials Delivery Coordination: Specification/Requisition
  • Safety Auditing, Risk Assessment Category, and Mitigation
  • Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
  • Multitasking and Prioritization
  • Problem Analysis, Critical Thinking and Decision Making
  • Electrical Job Planning and Forecasting
  • Client Relations
  • Detail Focused
  • Electrical Specification and Vendor Drawing Interpretation
  • Permit and License Procurement
  • Microsoft Office
  • Inspection Coordination
  • Rule Enforcement
  • Contractor Oversight
  • Emergency Response
  • Jobsite Management
  • Drawing Revision and Distribution
  • Vendor Relationship Management
  • Submittals Approval and Coordination
  • Project Status Assessment and Reporting
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Recruitment and Hiring
  • Hardworking and Reliable
Work History
Senior Electrical Engineer, 04/2009 - Current
Carollo Engineers Honolulu, HI,

Position: Electrical Engineer

  • Design Process Controls and Process Electrical Systems to Food manufacturing Facility quality and safety standards. Designs include motion, temperature, flow, HVAC and Motor Control Centers (MCCs).
  • Create design proposals for customers and bid packages for customers and subcontractors.
  • Project Management to assure proper task / resource tracking, prioritization and execution. Utilize after action reviews to improve / optimize future performance.
  • Mentored junior engineers and new hires to better improve competency and efficiency of all staff.
  • Prepared technical documentation for operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of industrial systems.
  • Coordinated activities between cross-functional teams, including designs, tests and build activities.
  • Implemented and approved design control procedures for electrical development in accordance with regulatory guidelines.
  • Applied appropriate engineering methods to all project discipline standards.
  • Determined most effective approaches to new projects by reading and analyzing project drawings and sketches.
Engineer (Company and Field Grade) Officer, 04/1990 - 03/2015
Utah Army National Guard City, STATE,
  • Retired at rank of Major.
  • Operations Officer of 1457th Engineer Battalion.
  • Detachment Commander of 115th Engineer Facilities Detachment.
  • Company Commander of 115th Engineer Headquarters Company.
  • Design Section Engineer Team Lead for 115th Design Team Deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Developed a complete design for the Highway Patrol Stations to be used throughout Iraq. This design work is normally done by a senior captain or field grade officer although ranked as First Lieutenant at the time. Worked tirelessly for five weeks to get all subsystems (structural, masonry, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, electrical) designs complete in the allowable time. Received laudatory comments from senior officers. Six months after completing tour of duty, received pictures of completed Highway Patrol Facility.
  • Platoon Leader 116th Engineer Equipment Company. Prepared Unit for Deployment to Iraq.
  • Deployed at Soldier Hollow for 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah as Security Liaison.
  • Engineer Officer Basic and Advanced Courses Graduate.
  • Nuclear Biological Chemical (Defense) Non-Commission Officer.
  • Communication Section Sergeant Alpha Battery 2nd of 222nd Field Artillery.
Electrical / Electronics Engineer, 11/2005 - 03/2009
MOOG Aircraft Group City, STATE,
  • Use VHDL (VHSIC (Very High Speed Integrated Circuitry) Hardware Description Language) to Design and Implement Firmware Code for Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) used in next generation (digital) Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) System.
  • Design, implement, simulate, board test / troubleshoot hardware and document all of associated code.
  • Analyze, design, create, reverse engineer, release, implement and troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems, schematics, specifications, wiring diagrams, and CAD drawings for critical manufacturing projects in Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) Research and Development Division.
  • Built electronics boards to serve current technology requirements and meet needs of next-generation applications.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships.
Captains Career Course (Phase III - Last) Complete: , Expected in 01/2008
Combined Arms Forces - New Jersey,

Covered staff operations, coordination, and military decision making process training and exercises.

Captains Career Course (Phase I) : , Expected in 02/2005
Engineer School Extension - Iraq & Kuwait,


Captains Career Course (Phase II): , Expected in 10/2004
Engineer School Extension - Arif Jan, Kuwait,


Wildland Firefighting Course: , Expected in 10/2003
Camp Williams - Camp Williams, Utah,

Red Card Certification Received.

Engineer Officer Basic Course : , Expected in 11/2001
Engineer School - Fort Leonard Wood, MO,


Bachelor's Degree: Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Expected in 06/1996
Utah State University - Logan, UT,
  • Majored in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Digital/Analog Electromechanical Control Systems

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School Attended

  • Combined Arms Forces
  • Engineer School Extension
  • Engineer School Extension
  • Camp Williams
  • Engineer School
  • Utah State University

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  • Engineer (Company and Field Grade) Officer
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  • Captains Career Course (Phase I)
  • Captains Career Course (Phase II)
  • Wildland Firefighting Course
  • Engineer Officer Basic Course
  • Bachelor's Degree

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