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Jessica
Claire
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Summary

Dedicated Navy Nuclear Laboratory Technician with over eight years of experience in nuclear chemistry controls, radiological controls, and nuclear power plant operation. Extremely versed in all aspects of training and safety. Highly motivated Supervisor and Operator with a drive for exceeding standards and maintaining the highest level of integrity.

Skills
  • Extensive knowledge of Norfolk Naval Shipyard training program (ATMS)
  • Experience with Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program and detailed knowledge of reactor plant chemistry and radiological practices
  • Strong team and leadership skills with proven ability to serve as part of a team or as a team lead
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and process information quickly
  • In-depth knowledge of computer applications with the ability to perform engineering calculations using applicable software such as Microsoft and NNSY CITRIX programs
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong self-starter mentality with the ability to work confidently, often un-supervised
  • Versed in all OSHA requirements
  • Experience with writing all types of shipyard work packages
Education and Training
Excelsior College Albany, NY, Expected in 12/2020 Bachelor of Science : Public Health - GPA :
Barton Community College Great Bend, KS, Expected in 01/2018 Associate of Science : General Sciences - GPA :
Navy Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit Charleston, SC, Expected in 01/2015 : - GPA :
Navy Nuclear Power School Charleston, SC, Expected in 10/2013 : - GPA :
Navy Nuclear Mechanic Field A-School Charleston, SC Expected in 04/2013 : - GPA :
Certifications

Certified Manager Certification through the Institute of Professional Managers (ICPM): Planned completion, October, 2020.

Experience
City Of San Antonio, Tx - Training Officer
San Antonio, TX, 09/2019 - Current
  • Perform as Code 137 subject matter expert for all training matters.
  • Manages training calendar for entire Fiscal Year to include required trainings, training spaces, and 100% training accountability.
  • Update company training policy to improve efficiency and adequacy of training practices by proposing more frequent proficiency requirements and stricter training completion timelines
  • Coordinated with the Quality Assurance Coordinator to perform a training audit of 206 employee training records
  • Meticulously track all civilian and military calibration certifications to ensure up-to-date certifications and proficiency deadlines
  • Brief management and supervision on monthly training requirements and upcoming certification opportunities
  • Update employee certification and training completions in the command training program (ATMS)
  • Schedule required courses for individuals working in rate specific workshops
  • Brief new arrivals on company training policy and qualification expectations
  • Ensure records are correctly filed and stored in accordance with Navy and NNSY policies
Enterprise Rent-A-Car - Senior Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician
Memphis, TN, 04/2018 - 09/2019

Work Center Supervisor:

  • Developed a weekly schedule for all chemical and radiological maintenance performed in reactor spaces
  • Performed quarterly check chemistry analyses to ensure proper sampling techniques among personnel
  • Responded to chemistry and system abnormalities, led the troubleshooting effort, and executed appropriate actions
  • Supervised and participated in the completion of complex evolutions including special radiochemistry samples, venting operations, and reactor plant decontamination efforts
  • Generated work packages for non-routine radiological maintenance and work evolutions
  • Supervised proper operation of chemistry analysis systems to include Gamma Spectroscopy
  • Trained watchstanders on potential safety concerns resulting from shipyard work
  • Documented and informed the watch officer of radiation boundaries and radiological material storage spaces

Radiological Control Supervisor:

  • Oversaw over 40 radiological evolutions without any spread of contamination or loss of radiological material
  • Established good communication and ensured proper radiological practices with shipyard radiation technicians
  • Implemented local radiation control limits and maintained personnel dose assessment records
  • Maintained accountability for over 300 radiation exposure monitoring devices
  • Oversaw the internal monitoring program for radiation health records

Chief Reactor Watch:

  • Provided continuous and direct supervision to ensure safe and efficient operation of the nuclear power plant
  • Identified trends and potential issues for all aspects of reactor plant operations
  • Coordinated all electric plant and steam plant operations
  • Assisted the watch officer in maintaining reactor plant safety
  • Oversaw the maintenance and operations of 6 engineering watchstations

Training Petty Officer:

  • Maintained accountability of 35 military training records
  • Developed a timeline for watchstanding qualifications within the training plan, ensuring all sailors met written deadlines
  • Facilitated divisional training on watchstanding principles, chemistry specifications, radiological work practices, and plant dynamics to maintain sufficient level of knowledge
  • Ensured that all sailors completed monthly required general military training
  • Performed sampling walkthroughs with division on appropriate casualty response and follow up actions for adequate situational preparedness
  • Scheduled level of knowledge interviews with superiors to ensure knowledge retention

Safety Petty Officer:

  • Attended monthly meetings with ship's safety officer to discuss safety concerns and follow-up plans for a safer work environment
  • Ensured a safe working environment by performing weekly safety walkthroughs of the reactor plant
  • Trained over 300 reactor department sailors every month on recent safety guidelines and implementations
  • Petitioned and succeeded in changing shipyard scaffolding practices to better coincide with the Navy's safety instruction

Propulsion Plant Drill Team Member:

  • Observed and critiqued over 100 drills among nuclear plant watchstanders
  • Mentored watchstanders on appropriate personal protective equipment options and effective casualty response
  • Worked directly with training officer to develop diverse casualty scenarios to implement into the weekly propulsion plant drills
Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenace Center - Administrative Representative
City, STATE, 09/2016 - 04/2018

Nuclear Training Coordinator:

  • Developed and delivered monthly training to all nuclear rates within the command
  • Submitted quarterly training plans to the Command Training Officer
  • Provided one on one tutoring on nuclear topics for individuals up for advancement

Training Petty Officer:

  • Tracked general military training completion for over 100 sailors
  • Ensured command readiness by monitoring and maintaining vehicle transportation qualifications of Admin Department personnel
  • Delivered and documented all necessary safety training within the division
  • Implemented weekly study opportunities for sailors to maintain adequate rate specific knowledge

Transportation Clerk:

  • Maintained accountability of over 50 command vehicles and their maintenance requirements
  • Performed weekly inspections of vehicles to ensure proper upkeep and integrity
  • Assisted in overseeing all government travel funding
USS Gerald R Ford - Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician
City, STATE, 01/2015 - 09/2016

Chemical Analyst:

  • Performed qualitative and quantitative analyses of reactor coolant and secondary systems' water, ensuring efficient plant operation
  • Monitored air quality by performing active and passive air samples within the engineroom
  • Conducted analysis on all radioactive water discharged to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations
  • Ensured the safety of shipboard members by performing daily water checks of all potable water sent to the ship's auxiliaries
  • Completed the ship's first reactor water analysis and radiochemistry sample

Radiological Technician:

  • Coordinated with shipyard employees to perform radiological work necessary for ship's delivery
  • Performed radiological surveys in accordance with maintenance instruction to monitor personnel exposure
  • Helped certify the reactor plant shielding to engineroom spaces by completing over 200 area surveys
  • Assisted in writing and implementing the ship's radiological material instruction

Safety Petty Officer:

  • Served as a reactor department representative for all safety related concerns
  • Helped ensure a safe working environment by performing weekly safety walkthroughs of the reactor plant
  • Documented over 20 safety related injuries among reactor department sailors
Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit - Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician
City, STATE, 10/2013 - 01/2015

Chemical Analyst:

  • Performed qualitative and quantitative analyses on reactor coolant and boiler water, supporting daily startups and shutdowns of propulsion plant
  • Conducted weekly chemical analyses of water discharged overboard while in-port
  • Analyzed daily air samples within engineroom to ensure safe air quality

Radiological Technician:

  • Assisted in surveying personnel upon exiting High Radiation Areas
  • Performed daily radiological surveys to help establish necessary radiation boundaries
  • Helped to complete critical ship maintenance by composing and carrying out radiological work packages
Additional Information

Security Clearance: Secret (Active)

Veterans Preference: 5 points

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School Attended

  • Excelsior College
  • Barton Community College
  • Navy Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit
  • Navy Nuclear Power School
  • Navy Nuclear Mechanic Field A-School

Job Titles Held:

  • Training Officer
  • Senior Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician
  • Administrative Representative
  • Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician
  • Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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