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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Summary

Detail-oriented safety engineer offering over 30 years maintaining thorough organizational safety measures. Critical approach to auditing and documenting problematic risk issues. Extensive knowledge of OSHA guidelines and regulatory requirements for comprehensive hazard prevention and resource dissemination. Seasoned professional with effective oversight and background recommending updated procedures and measures to meet organizational expectations. Capable Mechanical Supervisor with a forward-thinking approach and hardworking mentality. Reliable, focused and well-organized with versatile technical abilities. Versed in all craft regulations and best practices. Mechanical Supervisor offering 30 years of expertise in all settings. Leads, develops and mentors teams of 20 to 80 employees to maintain high engagement rates. Closely follows equipment operation best practices to maximize efficiency and achieve production goals. Fantastic critical thinker with ability to connect seemingly separate details and keep up-to-date on OSHA regulations. Proficient in critical thinking and solutions-oriented problem-solving.

Skills
  • Root cause analysis
  • Fire safety inspection
  • CAD proficiency
  • Incident tracking
  • Hazardous condition monitoring
  • MSDS knowledge
  • Conflict resolution
  • Working collaboratively
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Multitasking
  • Collaboration
  • Troubleshooting
  • Leadership
  • Computer skills
  • Basic math
  • MS Office
  • Work ethic
  • Organizational skills
Experience
07/2017 to Current
Sr. Safety Engineer 2 State Of New York New Paltz, NY,
  • Reviewed, revised and prepared written resources to document organizational safety programs and policies.
  • Cultivated and led periodic hazard assessment surveys to meet operational goals in accordance with outside agency reporting.
  • Collaborated with training officer to maintain training and compliance according to established government OSHA mandates and internal policies.
  • Oversaw key area ergonomic analysis to recommend and implement revamped procedures.
  • Promoted organizational safety and health awareness by circulating internal memoranda, newsletters and calls-to-action.
  • Conducted physical resource layout reviews, processing results to determine safety risk and provide informational resources.
  • Conducted research to evaluate safety levels for products.
  • Investigated industrial accidents, injuries or occupational diseases to determine causes and preventive measures.
  • Performed worksite safety assessments and made actionable recommendations to update procedures, improve environments and optimize worker behaviors.
  • Developed and implemented company-wide safety initiatives, driving substantial reductions in identified hazards and incidents with injury.
  • Audited safety protocols and standard operating procedures to meet conformance targets and set operational parameters.
  • Contributed to development, planning and completion of project initiatives.
  • Kept team on track by assigning and supervising their activities and giving constructive feedback.
  • Demonstrated self-reliance by meeting and exceeding workflow needs.
07/2014 to Current
Maintenance Supervisor 2 Arcosa, Inc. Hutchins, TX,
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical issues according to industry standards.
  • Repaired equipment and machinery, performing maintenance according to updated industry standards.
  • Analyzed and identified equipment failure root causes and initiated correction actions.
  • Replaced wall sockets, ran lines and completed basic carpentry to finish installations.
  • Actualized strategic plans and managed equipment, lifecycles and processes.
  • Double checked supply inventories to ensure project specific correctness and optimize work readiness.
  • Coordinated with outside vendors to prepare for large equipment installations and complex repairs.
  • Contacted vendors to procure equipment and tools to meet organizational demand.
  • Consulted blueprints and repair manuals to complete high-quality repairs and restore optimal functionality.
  • Used electrical drawings to troubleshoot and repair electro-mechanical and other systems.
  • Supervised facility operations, including preventive maintenance projects, employee tasks and performance and adherence to safety standards.
  • Managed maintenance activities, including supervising staff and inspecting equipment.
  • Developed process improvements to increase reliability and equipment performance.
  • Assessed system operations to identify potential areas requiring maintenance services.
  • Monitored maintenance scheduling and reported maintenance team information to management.
  • Adhered to strict operation and maintenance regulations by following instructions and observing guidelines.
  • Managed team of employees, daily progress reports and overall project planning.
  • Safely and efficiently finished repairs while supporting team members with tasks.
  • Established and implemented new procedures for standard maintenance scheduling.
  • Implemented improved training procedures to better develop new personnel.
  • Orchestrated tooling changeovers, setups and repairs to minimize downtime and improve productivity.
  • Overhauled, installed and repaired equipment, including centrifugal compressors, pumps, valves, separators and generators.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance practices and upheld equipment guidelines to avoid failures.
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine best methods to approach small and large projects.
  • Completed assignments on-time and under budget.
  • Minimized costs by working and negotiating with multiple suppliers.
  • Assisted team in completing job tasks quickly and accurately with appropriate use of instruments and tools.
  • Organized and implemented new assignments based on schematic diagrams.
07/2014 to Current
Millwright Leidos Las Vegas, NV,
  • Observed required safety measures when using tools like blow torches, wrenches and forklifts to maintain high safety standards.
  • Dismantled machines, categorized parts by carefully documenting components and moved equipment into storage.
  • Inspected operating safety devices for proper functionality after repairs, installations, modifications and installations.
  • Assembled machines and bolted, welded or riveted components to foundation or other structures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Maintained a clean and environmentally safe work area.
  • Signaled crane operator to lower basic assembly units to bedplate and aligned unit to centerline.
  • Read diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
  • Repaired and lubricated machines and equipment and assembled and installed equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Connected power units to machines and steam piping to equipment, testing units to evaluate subsequent mechanical operation.
  • Resolved interpersonal conflicts by listening, finding common ground and building relationships.
  • Kept team on track by assigning and supervising their activities and giving constructive feedback.
  • Defined strategies and created a plan to achieve ambitious operational objectives.
  • Maintained clean and environmentally safe work area.
  • Reviewed all equipment and daily job specifications, drawings and blueprints to properly and safely assemble press machinery.
10/2012 to Current
Operator (Union) Corecivic Beverly Hills, FL,
  • Monitored operating power plant equipment and readouts to identify problems and pursue corrective action.
  • Identified machinery issues and repaired parts to keep equipment up and running.
  • Compiled operational data into reports to help management spot trends and resolve problems.
  • Maintained correct temperature, levels and pressures on process systems and equipment.
  • Calibrated each machine at beginning and end of each shift.
  • Created and maintained daily activity logs to track ongoing operational performance.
  • Removed and replaced tools and dyes to complete various tasks.
  • Evaluated materials for quality and sorted parts and final products.
  • Practiced safe lockout-tagout procedures to prevent injury to personnel during maintenance procedures.
  • Regulated system conditions to balance power generation, cost and safety concerns.
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Maintained open communication with systems operators to keep line voltages, transmission loads and frequencies in check.
  • Collected oil, water and electrolyte samples to complete laboratory testing.
  • Received and processed written and verbal instructions, prints and work orders.
  • Put completed products into packages and moved to staging locations.
  • Cleaned and lubricated equipment on regular schedules to maintain life of machinery and achieve consistent operations.
  • Reviewed documentation and work order requirements.
  • Accomplished tasks according to schedule, assisting team members to meet deadlines.
03/1992 to 07/2001
Machinist Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway City, STATE,
  • Calibrated machinery to optimize performance according to prescribed standards and specific project needs.
  • Supported inventory longevity by building and maintaining equipment to promote effective mechanical and safety usage.
  • Fabricated tools, jigs and fixtures to meet manufacturing and engineering needs.
  • Measured, marked and indicated dimensions and reference points on materials.
  • Produced quality work by leveraging welding techniques, engineering requirements and metallurgy knowledge.
  • Elevated customer satisfaction ratings by troubleshooting issues for speedy resolution.
  • Measured and marked dimensions and reference points to meet precise specifications.
  • Welded, heat treated and repaired worn and damaged equipment to optimize performance.
  • Dismantled and inspected components to complete necessary adjustments and repairs.
  • Operated electrical discharge machines to build and repair injection molds.
  • Hydrostatically tested and performed chipping and cleaning duties.
  • Constructed appropriate offset corrections for tool wear, broken tools and casting variations.
  • Operated hand tools, drill presses, riveting machines and tap burners to safely produce projects.
  • Increased equipment lifespans by incorporating thorough preventive and corrective maintenance processes.
  • Executed bench, machine and hand tool work by shaping, fitting and assembling machine parts from metal stock.
  • Monitored feed and speed of machines during machining process to report problems and required repairs.
  • Monitored and adjusted processes or equipment to improve quality and productivity.
  • Enforced safe and timely wireless telecommunication system installations for high-profile clients.
  • Designed detailed preventive maintenance schedules to enhance tool performance.
  • Troubleshot and repaired machines to increase productivity and decrease spending.
  • Executed on-time, under-budget project management on complex industrial equipment, including metal and precision part machining issues.
  • Selected appropriate speeds and feeds according to metal type and finish specifications.
  • Sustained safety protocol, including lock out and tag out, by properly and cost-effectively using equipment and materials.
  • Sharpened, replaced and tracked cutting tools to adhere to strict quality control and usage schedules.
  • Maintained logs, lists and files and promptly completed all necessary paperwork.
  • Gauged and maintained tolerances on grinding diameters, depths, squareness and parallelism.
  • Streamlined operational efficiencies by maintaining injection molding machines, dies, robotic bottle packing machines and vacuum and casting furnaces.
  • Trained, directed and instructed apprentices and helpers to increase production levels and meet established goals as a machinist relief foreman.
11/1988 to 07/2005
Correctional Officer Iowa Department Of Corrections City, STATE,
  • Detected potential threats and quickly defused conflicts.
  • Conducted internal security checks to ascertain inmate safety.
  • Maintained clear and open communications with all facility areas to support efficient and safe operations.
  • Supervised 500 to 1200 individuals and managed cases in 3 facility settings! Maximum, Protective Custody, All Female Offender's.
  • Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities.
  • Received property from incoming inmates, provided receipts and inspected items for contraband.
  • Transported inmates to and from work sites with optimal security procedures.
  • Maintained communications with staff and inmate body to maintain safe, effective prison environment.
  • Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and physical and mechanical restraints to address unruly inmates.
  • Supervised activities of adolescents in residential setting as well as juvenile's.
  • Monitored daily activities to identify and manage suspicious behavior, improper conduct and signs of conflict.
  • Safely transported inmates to and from work sites.
  • Enforced resident behavior management protocols and drafted incident reports for infractions.
  • Directed visitor sign-in, documenting processes and completing appropriate visitation logs.
  • Processed inmate intake and re-assignment by completing paperwork, conducting searches and recording fingerprints.
  • Instructed inmates on work detail and oversaw work-site transportation.
  • Maintained records and logs of man hours, materials and equipment used.
  • Inspected cells and conducted random searches of common areas.
  • Applied non-violent response tools and physical restraint during problematic situations.
  • Recommended further treatment strategies and diagnostic efforts for inmates.
  • Supervised residents during meal distribution and intake, recreation time and work-site performance.
  • Transported inmates to and from personal appointments, including medical and dental appointments, funerals, work details and court hearings.
  • Assisted in restraining violent and unruly inmates.
  • Contributed to treatment staffing team developing rehabilitative program for juveniles.
  • Monitored inmate behavior to prevent crime, escape attempts and other dangerous activities.
  • Maintained correct physical head count at all times.
  • Supervised inmates during day-to-day activities.
  • Assigned inmates to open and appropriate housing units.
  • Maintained daily logs of shift activity.
Education and Training
Expected in 08/1988
Associate of Arts: Criminal Justice
Southeastern Community College - West Burlington, IA,
GPA:
Expected in 08/1987
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice
Iowa State University - Ames, IA
GPA:
Expected in 08/1983
High School Diploma:
Burlington Community High School - Burlington, IA
GPA:
Certifications
  • Machinist BNSF Railway - 1998
  • BNSF 1st Line Supervisor Training - 1998
  • FRA Rules & Regulations, BNSF - 1998
  • BNSF certified mig, tig and stick welding 1999
  • First Aid CPR/AED, American Ordnance- 2021
  • Trained in conflict resolution 2001
  • Department of Iowa Corrections Academy 2001
Additional Information

Any breaks in employment can be discussed at time of interview (s). Most of the breaks in employment are due to layoff/ furloughs by employer (s).

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School Attended

  • Southeastern Community College
  • Iowa State University
  • Burlington Community High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Sr. Safety Engineer 2
  • Maintenance Supervisor 2
  • Millwright
  • Operator (Union)
  • Machinist
  • Correctional Officer

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