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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Over 8 years of diverse and challenging experience on the C-17A airframe, combined with powerful teacher/trainer skills. I have a disciplined approach to the task at hand and possess the innate ability to anticipate potential obstacles that contribute to a strong record of excellence and acknowledgment for "getting the job done." Dedicated, and readily accept responsibility, consistently giving maximum effort; will rise to every challenge presented. Self-starter with aircraft knowledge and personal initiative who guarantees exceptional results. Over 4 years of diverse and challenging experience on the C-17A airframe, combined with powerful teacher/trainer skills. Has a disciplined approach to the task at hand. Has the innate ability to anticipate potential obstacles that contribute to a strong record of excellence and acknowledgment for "getting the job done." Dedicated, and readily accepts responsibility, consistently giving maximum effort; will rise to every challenge presented. Self-starter with aircraft knowledge and personal initiative, guarantees exceptional results. Quality-driven Professional Mechanic with 8+ years' experience in maintenance seeking opportunity to contribute an exceptional blend of talents in quality assurance, maintenance management, compliance, and process improvements. Constantly steers compliance with security directives, safety regulations, and occupational health requirements. Expert-level proficiency as Jack Team Supervisor, Refuel/De-fuel Supervisor, and Tow Team Supervisor. Adeptly uses numerous tools, precision measuring equipment, and test equipment to troubleshoot and repair aircraft. Proactively identifies process improvement opportunities to strengthen and maximize quality assurance. Outstanding blend of decision-making, prioritization, communication and leadership skills. Excellent time management abilities; quickly identifies and completes daily priorities according to need, urgency, and special situations. Consistently ensures and performs a thorough and quality job in all endeavors.
Skills
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Work History
, 11/2010 to Current
Bickford Senior LivingOlathe, KS, United States
  • In-flight Refueling Supervisor: CMSgt Frankie Rollins (240-857-5594 Operates air refueling systems aboard KC-135 tanker to refuel airborne aircraft.
  • Directs receiver aircraft into air refueling position.
  • Operates in-flight refueling controls and switches to safely effect contact between tanker and receiver aircraft.
  • Monitors control panel for proper operation of equipment during air refueling, and advises receiver pilot of actions required to safely maintain position within the air refueling envelope.
  • Keeps tanker pilot informed as to progress of air refueling operations.
  • Performs emergency operations and procedures as required for emergency off-load and on-load of fuel.
  • Computes and completes aircraft weight and balance documentation.
  • Receives cargo/passenger load briefing and reviews load plan and cargo documentation.
  • Accomplishes load planning of cargo/passenger loads if required.
  • Supervises cargo/passenger loading and off-loading operations.
  • Directs the placement of material handling equipment to accomplish cargo on/off loading operations.
  • Ensures cargo/passengers are placed according to load plans.
Supervisor, 11/2008 to 11/2010
Metromedia TechnologiesSan Fernando, CA, United States
  • Directly responsible for accomplishment of maintenance activities on 8 assigned Boeing C-17A aircraft.
  • Launch, recover, and perform ground-handling on assigned aircraft.
  • Service engine oil, fuel, hydraulic systems, aircraft tires and struts on assigned aircraft.
  • Coordinate for maintenance support thru the flightline expeditor for electrical/environmental, avionics, engine, and pneudraulic repairs on assigned aircraft.
  • Operate, inspect, and repair, aircraft flight control surfaces and landing gear.
  • Perform thruflight, postflight, preflight, and HSC inspections to ensure air worthiness.
  • Responsible for accuracy of aircraft records documentation and Maintenance in the Information Systems (GO 81).
  • Monitor, and perform overall maintenance, servicing, inspections and documentation for flight line maintenance.
  • ACCOMPLISHMENTS: First traditional Airmen in this maintenance unit to be selected for MRA TDY support.
  • Fully integrated into the maintenance concepts of this associate origination working with my active duty counterparts.
Aircraft Mechanic, 12/2007 to 11/2008
CignaDelray Beach, FL, United States
  • Supervisor: Bob Lumas (253-966-4949 As a UH-60 Blackhawk mechanic I trouble-shot malfunctions in aircraft structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti-icing, hydraulic, engines, auxiliary power unit, and ventilation and heating systems.
  • I repaired, replaced, and rebuilt aircraft structures, such as wings and fuselage, and functional components including rigging, surface controls, and hydraulic units.
  • SKILLS: Job duties required me to adjust, repair, and replaced electrical wiring system and aircraft accessories, performed preflight, thru-flight, and post-flight maintenance inspections, performed miscellaneous duties to service aircraft, including flushing crankcase, cleaning screens and filters, greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.
  • Supervised the jacking and towing of aircraft.
  • Entered maintenance discrepancy's, description of the work performed, and verified the work was performed satisfactorily.
  • ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Reset over 4 UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopters.
  • Performed all regularly specified inspections on time and with crucial findings such as cracked aircraft skin and structural supports.
  • Repaired over 200 aircraft discrepancies.
Aircraft Mechanic, 01/2003 to 07/2007
City Of Houston, Tx, TX, United States
  • Directly responsible for accomplishment and coordination of maintenance activities on 25 assigned Boeing C-17A aircraft.
  • Launched, recovered, and performed ground-handling on assigned aircraft.
  • Serviced engine oil, fuel, hydraulic systems, aircraft tires and struts, electrical/environmental, avionics, engine, and pneudraulic repairs on assigned aircraft.
  • Operated, inspected, repaired, and rigged aircraft flight control surfaces and landing gear.
  • Performed thruflight, postflight, and preflight inspections to ensure air worthiness.
  • Responsible for accuracy of aircraft records documentation and Maintenance Information Systems (GO 81).
  • Monitored, and performed overall maintenance, servicing, inspections and documentation for flight line maintenance.
  • Performed Flying Crew Chief duties and ground maintenance.
  • ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Assigned to 25 C-17a aircraft valued at $5.1 billion.
  • Deployed to Balad AB, Iraq; supported moving 34,000 personnel and 28,000 pounds of cargo.
  • Critical member of post attack reconnaissance team in Balad, Iraq; ensured safe environment from 60 mortar attacks, able to work under any kind of pressure.
  • Set the standard; Over 12 Quality Assurance evaluations with zero defects-- "excellence in all we do" personified.
  • Submitted product quality deficiency reports and publication change requests on systems that required design enhancements.
  • Hand-selected! Trained over two dozen new personnel on different types of aircraft servicing operations; enhanced squadron flight line maintenance capabilities.
  • Deployed in support of Presidential airlift missions and received a letter of appreciation for outstanding maintenance.
  • During ORI inspection complied with safety, fire, security, environmental and housekeeping regulations contributing to a passing score.
Education
: , Expected in
Pierce Community College - McChord AFB, WA
GPA:
: Liberal Arts, Expected in 8 2005
Some College - ,
GPA: GPA: 3.2 GPA: 4.0
GPA: 3.2 GPA: 4.0 Liberal Arts
United States Technical or Occupational Certificate: , Expected in 4 2003
United States Air Force Technical Training School - ,
GPA:
Technical or Occupational Certificate Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Airframe and Powerplant Certified Certificate # 3744361 COURSES TAKEN: 1. Trainer to Trainer Certification 2. Emergency Medical Technician Certification 3. Haz-Mat Operations Certification 4. Flightline Drivers Certification : , Expected in
United States Air Force Technical Training School Charleston AFB - ,
GPA:
Skills
balance, C, documentation, Drivers, electrical wiring, functional, Information Systems, mechanic I, Monitors, oil, personnel, progress, publication, quality, Quality Assurance, repairs, safety, struts, Supervisor, switches, Technician, Trainer
Additional Information
  • SECURITY CLEARANCES: Top Secret Security Clearance (Active)
  • AWARDS AND DECORATIONS DEVICES: 1. Air Medal 2. Air Force Commendation Medal 3. AF Good Conduct Medal 4. Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal 5. National Defense Service Medal 6. Iraq Campaign Medal 7. Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal 8. Global War on Terrorism Service Medal 9. Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border 10. AF Longevity Service 11. Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (Rifle) 12. AF Training Ribbon

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School Attended
  • Pierce Community College
  • Some College
  • United States Air Force Technical Training School
  • United States Air Force Technical Training School Charleston AFB
Job Titles Held:
  • Supervisor
  • Aircraft Mechanic
  • Aircraft Mechanic
Degrees
  • United States Technical or Occupational Certificate
  • Technical or Occupational Certificate Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Airframe and Powerplant Certified Certificate # 3744361 COURSES TAKEN: 1. Trainer to Trainer Certification 2. Emergency Medical Technician Certification 3. Haz-Mat Operations Certification 4. Flightline Drivers Certification

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