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

Detail-oriented professional skilled in coordinating duties using organizational and problem-solving abilities. Accustomed to successfully managing high-volume work with little oversight.

History of working well in busy, physically-demanding environments dealing with work orders of all sizes. Each important no matter how big or small. Adept at keeping neat and clean work areas. Driven, hardworking and dedicated to team success. A leader with mechanical background combined with motivational and encouraging style. Talented and a problem-solver as well as a planner able to take on routine and complex job functions to promote business success. Well-organized and proactive retail professional with good communication skills, honesty and positive attitude.

Skills
  • Shipping and receiving
  • Wrapping and boxing
  • Forklifts
  • Pallet jacks
  • Product verification
  • Quality control
  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Freight labeling
  • Warehouse tools operation
  • Warehouse operations
Experience
Shipping Associate, 03/2016 to 09/2016
Bad DragonPhoenix, AZ,
  • Staged final products for shipment.
  • Promoted inventory accuracy and proper records management by comparing shipment contents with paperwork.
  • Directed materials routing by preparing accurate shipping orders and bills of lading.
  • Assembled product containers and crates.
  • Checked customer orders, labeling and documentation prior to shipment to avoid delays.
  • Reported delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations.
  • Unpacked and examined incoming shipments to confirm consistency with records and routed materials to appropriate department.
  • Operated lift and hand trucks to transfer materials to and from target areas.
  • Performed inspections of shipment contents, verifying accuracy against invoices and manifests.
  • Organized storage areas to maximize efficiency of materials movements and minimize labor required.
Exhaust Tech/Mechanical Engineer, 11/1994 to 03/2016
Danbury Health SystemsKingston, NY,
  • Executed preventive and corrective maintenance on work trucks and other vehicles.
  • Recruited, hired and trained 6 technicians and a trod management professionals.
  • Attended all safety and training meetings to learn techniques to avoid injuries and mishaps.
  • Hired, mentored and monitored performance of technicians and parts professionals, training all employees on emissions systems.
  • Monitored shop equipment to maintain safe working condition.
  • Successfully completed certifications and training in safety and emissions NC state inspections.
  • Assisted drivers by safely directing vehicle backward to position correctly.
  • Enforced adherence to safety regulations and building codes.
  • Mentored and coached junior staff members by giving positive feedback and constructive criticism.
  • Used troubleshooting methods to identify issues with mechanical tools.
  • Organized projects by delegating tasks to appropriate personnel and overseeing quality control duties.
  • Investigated component failures on monitoring systems to diagnose cause and determine corrective action.
  • Presented custom design proposal to client as part of overall design for large state and county projects.
  • Specified welding system components with direct modification of products to conform with engineering design and performance specifications per work order.
  • Created standards, methods, processes and procedures for reviewing, evaluating and inspecting mechanical projects.
  • Improved methods and procedures for processes, measurement, documenting and workflow techniques.
  • Researched new technologies and assessed feasibility for inclusion in new concepts.
  • Prepared and participated in state, county, civilian and “show car” project design reviews and installation conformity.
  • Aided management decisions by estimating production times, staffing requirements and related costs.
  • Planned, scheduled and coordinated detailed design phases of large-scale welding projects.
  • Analyzed vehicle product design requirements and recommended solutions for conflicts and failure of systems repair.
  • Responsible for optimization of hitch and trailer manufacturing process.
  • Debugged and troubleshot production tooling and equipment.
  • Researched and analyzed customer design proposals, specifications, manuals and other data.
  • Mentored new engineering and production team members.
  • Coordinated review of contractors' schedules and submission of shop drawings and samples.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined solutions to correct concerns.
  • Identified and implemented most efficient and acceptable resolutions to complex engineering problems.
  • Monitored, installed and tested system components.
  • Simplified complex specifications into logical design requirements for production.
  • Selected manufacturing methods, fabrication and product designs.
Construction Mechanic, 02/1987 to 10/1991
USNavy SeaBeesCity, STATE,
  • Completed repairs and maintenance activities on equipment like rollers, pile drivers and dump trucks.
  • Minimized wasted time and materials to keep operations in line with cost requirements.
  • Documented mechanical repairs, adjustments and maintenance updates in order to keep complete records.
  • Calibrated equipment and systems to handle different conditions.
  • Checked systems and parts by using appropriate gauges, meters and tools.
  • Adhered to company and OSHA safety regulations on job sites to minimize falls and accidents.
  • Loaded and unloaded vehicles with supplies needed on job sites and kept accurate daily counts of all materials used.
  • Attended safety training offered by employer to improve safety knowledge and identify areas requiring personal improvement.
  • Used established signals to help equipment operators align, move and adjust machinery.
  • Followed plans, orders and technical specifications to complete accurate work that met project specifications, codes, and quality standards.
  • Operated overhead lifts to move heavy and bulky work materials.
  • Constructed and removed support structures such as scaffolding, ramps and braces.
  • Trained in how to complete skilled job tasks such as hydraulic, electrical and mechanical diagnostics and repair.
  • Worked closely with equipment operators and builders to design effective construction schedules, maintaining customer satisfaction and meeting deadlines.
  • Kept machinery clean, lubricated and well-maintained for optimum use.
  • Used organizational skills to meet productivity requirements.
  • Signaled equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement and adjustment of machinery, equipment and materials.
Education and Training
GED: , Expected in 02/1987 to Southern High School - Graham, NC
GPA:
Construction Mechanic : Mechanics And Repairers, Expected in 07/1987 to NMCB / CBR Rate Training Scool - Gulfport, MS
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Southern High School
  • NMCB / CBR Rate Training Scool

Job Titles Held:

  • Shipping Associate
  • Exhaust Tech/Mechanical Engineer
  • Construction Mechanic

Degrees

  • GED
  • Construction Mechanic

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