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

I am seeking a position with a winning organization by applying and growing upon related skills, knowledge, and capabilities. Results-oriented Outage Coordinator possessing meticulous attention to detail and excellent leadership and multitasking abilities. Offering eight years of experience monitoring and maintaining the Bulk Electric System and conducting self-checks for quality and correctness. Hardworking individual proficient working under stressful environments. In-depth knowledge of EPE Transmission, Distribution and Generator system to maintain the reliability of EPE service territory.

Skills
  • Control system monitoring
  • Electric switching
  • Workforce Management
  • Power restoration
  • Equipment monitoring
  • Equipment operation
  • Organization and Time management
  • Analytical skills
  • Excellent work ethic
  • EMS, CROW, OATI/OASIS software proficiency
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Safety practices
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Leadership
Work History
System Operator, 02/2015 to Current
Mantech International Corporation Philadelphia, PA,
  • As a System Operator, I am responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the El Paso Electric distribution system and bulk electric transmission system.
  • My duties include; maintain proper record keeping of open iTOA, CROW, OATI/OASIS, open switching orders and abnormal equipment status, RTCA/RCOM, proper notes in on the EMS, and Cherwell tickets.
  • Adhere to NERC Standards and regional guidelines during normal and emergency conditions.
  • Coordinate with Neighbor utilities and study schedule outages.
  • Coordinate with supervisors and field crews schedule and forced outages.
  • Balance transmission voltages to stay within regulation and balance to system load.
  • Notifying and reporting pertinent information to management and applicable EPE personnel and regulatory agencies; logging disturbances and unusual events into the TOA Event Log; implement the feeder lockout procedure appropriately.
Engineer Squad Leader, 01/2013 to Current
Myr Group Pasadena, TX,
  • Led, mentored, and trained a 6-person team conducting security and protection patrols in support of global operations while assigned to Ft.Bliss, TX for a periods of six months.
  • Directed employment of heavy equipment machinery; kept 100% accountability and serviceability of all assigned equipment more than $75K.
  • Performed and inspected prevailed maintenance care service (PMCS) in engineer equipment such as:.
  • Dozers.
  • Scrappers.
  • Dump trucks.
  • Backhoe Job description.
  • I am a 12 November Heavy Equipment Operator and a Military Veteran; with a secret clearance and eight years of proven experience in the United States Army.
  • I have accomplished measurable results while leading teams in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • Possess a comprehensive background in running heavy equipment machinery derived from conducting domestic and global operations in the United States.
  • Managed risk upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued over two- hundred thousand dollars while meeting the expectations of senior leadership.
  • Possess extensive knowledge in building new roads, halo-pads, and landing strips — recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism.
  • In addition, I am responsible for major projects in new and existing construction of roads inside FT. Bliss.
Substation Apprentice, 02/2011 to 02/2015
El Paso Electric City, STATE,
  • Consulted manuals, schematics, wiring diagrams and engineering personnel to troubleshoot and solve equipment problems and determine optimum equipment functioning.
  • Repaired, replaced and cleaned equipment and components such as circuit breakers, brushes and commutators.
  • Tested insulators and bushings of equipment by inducing voltage across insulation, testing current and calculating insulation loss.
  • Opened and closed switches to isolate equipment, performing adjustments or repairs.
  • Prepared and maintained records detailing tests, repairs and maintenance using Cascade and Doble.
  • Constructed, tested and maintained substation circuit breakers, regulators, switches and motor control systems.
  • Inspected and tested equipment and circuits to identify malfunctions or defects, using wiring diagrams and testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters or ammeters.
Electric Meter Reader, 10/2006 to 02/2011
EL Paso Electric City, STATE,
  • Checked accuracy of meters against previous data and kept detailed reports of inconsistencies.
  • Answered questions regarding meter readings and deescalated over electro-mechanical & ERT Meters.
  • Monitored daily routes for safety and efficiency to over [Number] properties.
  • Used MC Lite to transfer collected data to company databases daily.
  • Completed all paperwork, recognizing any discrepancies and addressing them in a timely fashion.
Education
No Degree: Substation Apprentice, Expected in
to
Department of Labor - El Paso, TX,
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Business Administration, Expected in 2020
to
University of Phoenix - ,
GPA:

GPA: 4.0

NERC Balancing Authority, Interchange And Transmission Operator (BIT) BT201506034: , Expected in 2004
to
Americas High School - ,
GPA:

3rd year Appretince Substation Electrician Lineman

Affiliations

As a System Operator, I am responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the El Paso Electric distribution system and bulk electric transmission system. These duties include: writing, reviewing and performing switching procedures; keeping accurate and current system information such as open switching orders and abnormal equipment status, monitoring system conditions, reviewing and acknowledging alarms; 4) reporting EMS or system issues by submitting Cherwell tickets or advising appropriate personnel via email as appropriate; notifying and reporting pertinent information to management and applicable EPE personnel and regulatory agencies; logging disturbances and unusual events into the TOA Event Log; implement the feeder lockout procedure appropriately, and adhere to NERC Standards and regional guidelines during normal and emergency conditions.

Additional Information
  • CPR and First Aid , Confine Space Rescue Combat Life Saver CLS Army Service Medal Army Achievement Medal Defense Distinguished Service Medal National Service Medal Global War on Terrorism Medal Army NCO Professional Development Ribbon Army Reserves Components Achievement Medal
Languages
Spanish :
Native or Bilingual:
Negotiated :
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School Attended
  • Department of Labor
  • University of Phoenix
  • Americas High School
Job Titles Held:
  • System Operator
  • Engineer Squad Leader
  • Substation Apprentice
  • Electric Meter Reader
Degrees
  • No Degree
  • Bachelor of Science
  • NERC Balancing Authority, Interchange And Transmission Operator (BIT) BT201506034

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