Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Responsible Construction Superintendent with 2 years of comprehensive experience leading teams of up to 10 contractors and subcontractors. Outstanding blueprint and design interpretation and comprehension abilities with excellent communication, budgeting and project management talents. Extensive knowledge of all construction sub-trades, construction materials, and supplies.

    • Project and Construction management
    • Team Leadership
    • Presentation of weekly safety training
    • Staff education and training
    • Relationship building and management
    • Quality assurance/control
    • Schematic and Blueprint interpretation
    • Effective communication
    • Permit Processing
    • Project milestones
    • Safety policies and procedures
    • Contract Management
    • Project scope understanding
    • Inspection principles
    • Knowledgeable in construction safety
    • OSHA compliance
    • Project Scheduling
    • Cost Control Implementation
    • Safety violations
    • Technical inspections
    • Quality control guidelines
    • Organization and Time Management
    • Planning and Coordination
Work History
IBC Special Inspector, 02/2022 to Current
FreyssinetWilmington, NC,
    • Observed work assigned to conform with approved design drawings and specifications, engineering recommendations and other approved documents.
    • Conducted testing, observation and inspection in accordance with training and specified procedures.
    • Communicated information to project manager and other personnel to provide clear documentation of findings and results.
    • Notified contractor, supervisor or project manager of problems and deviations from plans and specifications to adjust scheduling.
    • Performed basic analysis of data to verify accuracy before communication and submittal.
    • Made and submitted reports detailing finding and any actions taken.
    • Provided information about methods and materials to correct problems and bring construction in compliance with ordinances and codes.
    • Re-inspected commercial and residential constructions which previously failed inspections.
    • Kept up-to-date on inspection regulations, codes, ordinances and techniques.
    • Completed inspections of current construction, refurbishment and repair projects.
    • Increased customer satisfaction by resolving issues.
Superintendent, 10/2019 to 01/2022
ChromaloxHouston, TX,
    • Compiled daily field report, detailing all key activities and outlining project progress for stakeholders.
    • Handled scheduling of subcontractors and staff to complete projects within required timeframes.
    • Coordinated on-site construction shutdowns, testing and inspections, reporting details and concerns to designated team supervisors.
    • Conducted walk-throughs with clients and subcontractors prior to project close, completing punchlists and answering all questions.
    • Coordinated power equipment use and maintenance to create safe working environment, limit accidents and prevent damages.
    • Participated in project budget and cost control measures, tracking progress and making necessary financial adjustments to meet company goals.
    • Worked with subcontractors to conduct weekly status updates.
    • Continuously inspected job sites for compliance with safety protocols by staff and subcontractors.
    • Conducted critical pre-installation conferences with general contractors, subcontractors, consultants and manufacturer's representatives.
    • Monitored supply levels and identified cost-effective materials to reduce project expenses.
    • Led weekly production and subcontractor meetings, facilitating stronger communication and helping to resolve critical issues.
    • Scheduled utility service providers according to project timelines.
    • Obtained building and specialty permits from local jurisdictional agencies.
    • Coordinated required inspections with local jurisdictions to identify and quickly resolve any code concerns.
    • Asserted control over material usage and contractor man-hours to keep projects in line with budgetary restrictions.
    • Supervised field crews to maximize quality and work efficiency.
    • Drove project objectives on day-to-day operational level by working closely with clients, decision-makers and vendors.
    • Enhanced company development initiatives by solving complex issues and suggesting corrective action.
    • Initiated onsite safety program and properly trained team members to decrease injuries.
    • Complied with all safety protocols in plan coordination, eliminating potential risks.
    • Collaborated with management and fellow supervisors to organize operations and achieve demanding schedule targets.
    • Maintained tight construction standards while instructing sub-contractors on quality control.
    • Initiate RFI for subcontractors and submit change orders as necessary.
    • Managed 100 construction workers when performing duties in line with local and national building codes in all areas of construction
Fabrication Welder, 09/2010 to 09/2019
Crown Engineering And ConstructionCity, STATE,
    • Made steel parts using various cutting equipment and welded parts together per specifications.
    • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
    • Documented welding on specified work order.
    • Combined knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to choose optimal equipment and techniques.
    • Closely monitored project and material layouts and specifications to effectively cut, contour and bevel metal and structural shapes.
    • Monitored work area and equipment functionality and reported safety issues to management for effective resolution.
    • Interpreted written assembly drawings and work instructions to properly complete tasks.
    • Reworked, repaired and adjusted cable assemblies and harnesses to meet safety standards.
    • Performed validation builds and engineering sample builds to test products.
    • Maintained safety by wearing protective equipment, staying alert and following procedures.
    • Monitored employees to encourage cost-effective and safe use of equipment and materials.
    • Detected faulty operation of equipment and defective materials and promptly resolved issues.
    • Welded metal components in vertical, overhead and flat positions.
    • Cut, grinded and bent edges of materials to be joined for snug fit using power grinders and hand tools.
    • Selected and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
    • Avoided warping, shrinkage and distortion by carefully controlling welding processes.
    • Welded various types of metal e.g.; steel, galvanized, stainless, and aluminum using appropriate techniques to complete welding process.
    • Performed weld-tests and QA/QC welds and equipment brought in for repairs.
    • Used metallurgy, code specific and proper welding techniques to complete multiple projects on time and under budget
    • Closely examined all equipment and purchased new equipment or fixed issues
    • Continuously monitored safety and quality of welding work while using any materials
Boilermaker Apprentice, 03/2008 to 12/2016
Company NameCity, State,
    • Used power hammers or weld pressure vessel tubes to achieve leakproof joints.
    • Tightened or replaced bolts and gaskets to repair leaks.
    • Utilized welding equipment and tools to safely complete predetermined operations .
    • Removed boiler casings, grades, handrails, manhole and hole covers to facilitate access to boilers or other vessels for repair.
    • Studied designs, blueprints and drawings to create templates of boilers.
    • Exceeded goals through effective task prioritization and great work ethic.
    • Proved successful working within tight deadlines and fast-paced atmosphere.
    • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
EMT-B, 08/2007 to 03/2008
Company NameCity, State,
    • Maintained levelheadedness and efficiency in high-pressure situations, effectively prioritizing tasks to save lives and provide medical care.
    • Communicated with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
    • Stabilized serious and critical patients for transport to medical facilities with advanced care teams.
    • Cleaned and replenished vehicle daily to maintain readiness for emergency medical response.
    • Administered emergency medication to patients, quickly responding to changes in conditions and medication reactions.
    • Controlled wounds and injuries en-route to hospitals, prepping patients for advanced treatments or maintaining conditions pre-arrival.
    • Restocked ambulance with proper equipment such as vents, ET tubes, medication and IV pump tubing to maintain optimum inventory.
    • Responded to over three daily emergency calls to provide quick and compassionate medical assistance and care for patients
Safety Coordinator/ FCN Administrator , 01/2007 to 07/2007
Company NameCity, State,
    • Recognized, documented and advised on removal of hazards.
    • Trained 80 employees, foreman and general foreman on effective safety policies.
    • Conducted investigations into incidents and reported on findings.
    • Investigated accidents and hazardous incidents to determine cause and made recommendations for corrective action.
    • Designed programs, policies, and procedures that were implemented to reduce or eliminate workplace injuries and hazards.
    • Provided instructions to staffers during fire drills and emergency evacuations.
    • Inspected facilities for adherence to fire, hazard and safety guidelines.
    • Responded to any emergencies as instructed and with utmost efficiency.
    • Conducted weekly safety audits and investigated plant quality issues.
    • Inspected work areas, practices and gear for compliance with established safety standards.
    • Provided assistance in managing health and safety programs aligned with industry standards.
    • Implemented safety training and traffic safety instructional courses which bolstered improvements in safety culture across personnel groups.
    • Checked written JSAs and permits for adherence to regulations.
    • Received notifications from employees misalignment of assembled materials; RFI is generated and submitted to proper EOR along with possible solutions.
    • Documented and Reviewed with personnel changes proposed from submitted RFI and carried out procedures as instructed from EOR.
    • Documented changes on Field Set of Plans and submitted for final completion of project.
Production Scheduler-Assistant Dispatcher, 10/2004 to 06/2006
Company NameCity, State,
    • Processed orders, ran bulk pick sheets, processed and printed invoices and created daily shipping logs.
    • Maintained updated and detailed records of calls in physical and electronic database.
    • Planned, organized and managed work of subordinate staff to accomplish consistent work within organizational standards.
    • Monitored flow of paperwork and directed information to appropriate departments.
    • Facilitated communications between customers and field personnel to answer questions or resolve concerns.
    • Received new orders, prepared documentation and assigned personnel.
    • Met production goals and formed action plan to constantly raise bar to higher standards.
    • Tracked progress of goods during manufacturing.
    • Maintained accurate records and handled purchase orders.
    • Planned production schedules, taking employee production rates, company needs and seasonal changes into account.
    • Scheduled deliveries of finished building materials by specified time to begin production on time.
Accounts Payable Clerk, 10/2002 to 04/2003
Company NameCity, State,
  • Prepared vendor invoices and processed incoming payments.
  • Investigated daily variances and corrected errors to resolve discrepancies.
  • Applied proper codes to invoices, files and receipts to keep records organized and easily searchable.
  • Reconciled processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balance numbers.
  • Worked with program staff to maintain compliance with grant requirements.
  • Reported financial data and updated financial records in ledgers and journals.
  • Reviewed vendor invoices for appropriate documentation and validity prior to payment.
  • Monitored and re-classed errors in grant charges, accounting and close outs.
  • Conducted routine compliance reviews of grant programs.
  • Kept documentation and records accurate and up-to-date with latest data to prevent errors in processing or delivery.
  • Maintained strong vendor connections by arranging pricing and delivery structures and managing specific shipment or paperwork concerns.
  • Used hand-held devices and computers to record and monitor inventory levels and completed audits to uncover and address inaccuracies.
: Pre Med, Expected in
University of New Mexico - Albuquerque, NM
Associate of Science: Welding, Expected in 12/2019
Northland Pioneer College - Holbrook, AZ
Associate of Arts: General Studies, Expected in 06/2005
Northland Pioneer College - Holbrook, AZ
  • Certified OSHA 30, 1 Life Safety - July 2021
  • Certified Equipment, 1 Life Safety - October 2020
  • Certified Welder, Level 4 AWS - December 2019
  • Certified Rigger, Local 627 - June 2014
  • Certificate of Applied Science - Welding, I, II, III
  • Certified - Fall Protection - October 2021
  • Certified - PPE - October 2021
  • Certified - Fork Lift/Reach Lift - October 2021
  • Certified - Scaffolding - October 2021
  • Certified - Scissor Lift - October 2021
  • Certified - Boom Lift - October 2021
Additional Information

November 1983 to November 1987

Highest Rank: 3rd Class Petty Officer

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  • University of New Mexico
  • Northland Pioneer College
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