Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Electrician with more than nine years in the United States Air Force. Successfully led training programs for dozens of airmen. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities. Seeking electrician position as Project Engineer II with Indyne Inc.

  • Effective team leader
  • Expertise in electrician, lineman & cable splicer repair
  • Proficient (IDS) Maintenance; control circuit monitoring; fire alarm systems troubleshooting

  • Secret security clearance
  • HAZMAT program manager - Excellent/compliance rating two consecutive years
  • Trained in emergency response
Staff Sergeant, 02/2010 - Current
United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Collaborated with Operational Manager and team members to successfully accomplish mission
  • Coordinated construction/maintenance of 12kV/70kV power lines (SO WHAT?)
  • Engaged with local utility company with substation grounding grid testing (SO WHAT?) Quality Control for contractors performance; ensured 100 % compliance with NEC
  • Prepared/provided initial approval for materials, contracts, and warranty work $$___________
  • Excellent technical and interpersonal skills; knowledge of electrical requirements (SO WHAT?)
  • Supervised outages during emergencies: establishes priorities for making repairs safely
  • Oversaw Hazardous Materials program which directly contributed to unit's "Excellent & In-Compliance" rating during 2010/2011 inspections.
Staff Sergeant, 11/2006 - 11/2009
United States Air Force Fairchild Air Force Base , ,
  • Skilled Line Truck operator; pulled cable through aerial messenger rollers , hydraulic derricks, etc
  • Pull/splice/connect power lines in underground vault ducts and manhole ducts (did you train new guys?)
  • Repaired/maintained/troubleshot airfield lighting controls and airfield vaults (SO WHAT?)
  • Routinely inspected/tested/repaired and replaced static grounds and lightning protection systems
  • Working knowledge of fire alarm systems???.
  • Training manager; performed training records reviews ensured 18 personnel properly trained on all aspects of field electrical functions; got anything else we can add to this (great bullet)
  • Schedules and prioritizes daily work assignments and assigns duties accordingly
Senior Airman, 11/2003 - 11/2006
United States Air Force Royal Air Force Energy ? City, ,
  • Installed, modified, and repaired electrical systems, circuits, equipment, and controls.
  • Maintained and tested cathodic protection/grounding systems (SO WHAT?).
  • Meticulously traced hard-to-locate defects or problems, and completed repairs and installations.
  • Performed variety of electrical trade functions, such as the installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment for the generation, distribution, or utilization of electrical energy
  • Worked standard computations relating to load requirements of wiring and electrical equipment.
Completed Electrical and Mechanical Technologies (AAS): , Expected in March 2012
Community College of the Air Force - Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

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