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

Ambitious hard-working individual experienced in construction, sales, rigging, computers, math, and learning on the job. I'm looking forward to working with and contributing to the success of my future employer in any way possible.

Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in June 2014
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Centennial High School - Circle Pines, MN
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Osha 10 certification

Pro 10 certification

Accomplishments

I received an honorable mention for my act in the talent show my senior year at high school. It was a solo dance act in complete darkness, choreographed by myself. I designed and built a light suit with EL wire for the act, which worked extremely well.

Work Experience
Support Craft Worker, 06/2014 - 02/2015
Ametek, Inc. Aurora, IL,

40-70 hours/week

$60,000/year

Dan Goetzke: Lead Supervisor XXX-486-5561

  • As a support worker I was in charge of many duties that helped my pipefitter coworkers. Normally, I would be a part of a 5 man crew with apprentices, journeymen, and one foreman. I would always look to help my crew members in any way I could, like cleaning up tools or materials, lift up materials into the rack with rope, organize the local gang boxes, or sweep up the work area.
  • Firewatch was my most common duty. At the beginning of our shift and throughout the day i would survey our work site for any fire hazards or line-of-fire hazards. I would then mitigate or remove these hazards and maintain safe conditions. When I deemed the work area safe, I allowed work to begin. Throughout any work I stood vigilant and aware for any possible sparks with fire prevention on hand until 30 minutes after the completion of the hot work.
  • As holewatch I was in control of any traffic and work in a confined space work area and responsible for the safety of my crew. I monitored the air conditions constantly and recorded the levels every half hour from the beginning of the work, as well as, anytime entered or exited the confined space. Any time work started i had to notify safety and FHR operators to inspect and sign off on our confined space entry. In mere seconds the air can become lethal, so perpetual monitoring of the levels is essential, as well as, being able to get the crew members out immediately.
  • As an expediter I worked directly with my general foremen and their foremen. I was given a truck and radio to respond to any calls from anywhere within the refinery. I facilitated the transportation, removal, and disposal of materials, tools, and people.
  • If I didn't have a crew or they want to fabricate some pipe, I maintained and helped out in Pioneer Power's shop and tool crib. I had many daily duties and random tasks. Some daily tasks would include cleaning the work tables, returning tools and equipment to the tool crib, organizing tools and materials, disposing of wastes, and cleaning tools. Some uncommon tasks include doping pallets of studs, cleaning work vans,restocking and inventorying the tool crib, and demolishing old pipe manifolds. If I had time in between any of these tasks I would sweep up the shop.
General assistant, 07/2013 - 02/2014
Ametek, Inc. Collegeville, PA,

20-30 hours/week

$20,000/year

Joe Lancaster: Supervisor XXX-731-0708

  • I completed objectives given to me by my supervisor as well as have intrinsic responsibilities.
  • Some of these included, but were not limited to: cleanup and general maintenance of all buildings owned by Crossroads, landscaping, assistance with tenant property, suite cleanup/demolition, and organization of materials and tools.
  • Normally, I was alone or with a partner to work on these tasks, without any supervision for most of the day. This gave me the skills to deduce what needed to be completed and plan how to efficiently complete my tasks.
Cashier, Timer, and Cook, 2010 - 02/2013
Wild Mountain Resort City, STATE,

20-30 hours/week with gap between winter and summer

$5,000/year

Ryan Ramaley: Supervisor XXX-402-6588

  • I was on the timing crew for the annual winter long ski tournament called ski challenge.
  • I also managed the till selling tickets and merchandise in the ski resort, snow tubing resort, and boat launch.
  • While working these multiple positions I learned many skills and gained a lot of experience. Experience in how to be an authoritative figure in charge of large groups of people and how to efficiently mange their needs. The skills of money handling, customer service, time management, and sales techniques.
General assistant, 04/2009 - 07/2011
A Bit Of Heaven City, STATE,

10 hours/week only during summer

$2,500/year

Denise Knutson: Owner XXX-426-4082

  • I facilitated the setup, distribution, and take down of floral displays.
  • I also helped customers with their selection and transportation of purchases.
  • From these duties I learned how to plan, organize and distribute large quantities of fragile plants and heavy displays. I also gained a lot of experience in sales and customer appeal.
Technical Expertise

Sales, inventory, materials, supervisor, transportation, rigging, organization

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Centennial High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Support Craft Worker
  • General assistant
  • Cashier, Timer, and Cook
  • General assistant

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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