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

Enthusiastic Hull Technician eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of CHTand VCHT and training in Hull Technician duties. Motivated to learn, grow and excel with the company.

Experienced in screening people, belongings and shipments for contraband and hazardous materials. Proficient in conducting close personal searches as well as using tools such as security wands. Security Agent providing optimal protection to base and individuals on board by minimizing individual threats and removing dangerous items. Effectively identify and remove contraband and prevent unauthorized individuals from accessing sensitive areas. Open and clear communicator with decisive nature and sound judgment. Focused on improving facility security through diligent approach and sense of personal responsibility. Diffused situations in calmly within guidelines.

  • Strategic Planning
  • Plumbing
  • Blueprints and Specifications
  • HVAC systems
  • Installation and maintenance
  • Safety and compliance
  • Pipefitting
  • Piping specifications
  • Baggage inspections
  • Behavioral observations
  • Hazardous items knowledge
  • Security station experience
  • CPR and Child CPR Training (2008)
  • Access systems and patrol
  • MS Office
  • Data Entry
  • Documentation
  • Inventory Management
  • Training
  • Administrative support
Work History
Transportation Security Officer, 02/2009 to 01/2012
Securitas Security Services Usa, Inc.Valley Park, MO,
  • My duties consisted of transporting service members that were on restriction to medical facilities and court proceedings
  • Brig transport duties

The Substance Abuse Control Officer (SACO) or UPC manages the command’s
urinalysis program and is an advisor to the Commander on all matters relating to
urinalysis, including Marine Corps policy and related procedures, collection, and
transportation of urinalysis samples. The SACO/UPC must be trained before
engaging in any aspect of the collection process. UPCs must be appointed in
writing by the Commander.
- Administer the command urinalysis program
- Maintain all urinalysis files
- Ensure observers and assistant UPCs are properly trained
- Maintain and update directives and instructions pertaining to urinalysis
- Ensure command compliance with Marine Corps requirements
- Provide CO/XO with answers to any questions

Hull Maintenance Technician 2nd Class, 07/2006 to 11/2008
Mcdonald'sCedar Rapids, IA,

I reported to SWRMC and began working in the 936M or hydro testing shop.

  • Collected hydro-static readings throughout production processes to monitor levels.
  • Evaluated items to assign grades and marked quality level, rejection status or acceptance.
  • Conducted inspections, tests and measurements of hose and pipe materials to verify adherence with regulations and desired specifications.

my duties also consisted of working Military Police

  • Implemented established protocols, upholding all safety standards through project completion.
  • Gathered preliminary investigation information as first responder to crimes on base.
  • Documented and organized security information accurately and efficiently.
  • Secured restricted areas and enforced limited access for civilians and military members in order to provide force protection and property security.
  • Patrolled perimeters of operating bases to guard against raids, suicide bombers and other attacks on forward areas of operation.
  • Provided emergency response security, eliminating hazards and potential dangers.
Hull Maintenance Technician , 01/2005 to 07/2006
Mcdonald'sCedar Springs, MI,

Responsibilities Duties Performed that I performed as a Hull Technician are as follows.

  • Installing, maintaining, and repairing valves, piping, plumbing system fittings and fixtures, and marine sanitation systems
    Repairing decks, structures, and hulls through welding, brazing, riveting or caulking
  • Examining, testing welds, and various shipboard structures using hydro-static, and magnetic particle testing equipment
  • Fabricating with light and heavy gauge metal such as aluminum, stainless steel, sheet copper, sheet brass, steel, sheet, and corrugated iron

    Heat treating in hot and cold forming of metals
    Pipe cutting, threading, and assembly
    Repairing installed ventilation ducting
    Repairing metal, wood and fiberglass boats
    Installing and repairing insulation and lagging
    Operating marine sanitation systems
Hull Maintenance Technician, 12/2000 to 12/2004
U.S.S Lasalle AGF-3City, STATE,
  • USS Lasalle was a command ship ;which consisted of 2 commands sixth fClairet and Lasalle. On this ship as a Hull Technician I had to work very closely with Damage Controlmen and Machinery Repairmen as will be reflected in the following duties
  • Supported needs of both commands sixth fClairet and Lasalle with skill and efficiency.
  • Learned how to complete daily operation and maintenance with minimal supervision, contributing to the habitability of all aboard.
  • Increased customer satisfaction by resolving plumbing ships watertight integrity issues.
  • Directed activities of crews working to contain and extinguish shipboard fires and coordinated critical support.
  • Welding and metal fabrication
  • Maintained correct length of arc and speed of movement to form specified depth of fusion and bead.
  • Removed rough spots from work pieces with portable grinders, hand files and scrapers.
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
  • Chipped off excess weld, slag, and spatter using hand tools.
  • Maintained organized, neat workspace and removed all waste and debris to promote efficiency and optimal productivity.
  • Salvaged and rebuilt parts whenever possible.
  • Brazer qualified in 2001
  • Observed hydrostatic and dimension tolerance tests to evaluate weld quality and conformance to specifications.
  • Inspected apparatus, equipment, grounds and stations for proper order and condition on daily basis.
  • Led team in fighting fires and exercised considerable judgment in deciding best way to extinguish based on type of fuel and environment.
  • Participated in fire and flooding training exercises and in-class training to improve fire and flooding knowledge.
Bachelor of Science: Computer Science in Networking And Information Sec, Expected in 06/2017
California College of San Diego - San Diego, CA,
Bachelor of Science: Computer Programming, Specific Applications, Expected in 06/2021
California College of San Diego - San Diego, CA,

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School Attended

  • California College of San Diego
  • California College of San Diego

Job Titles Held:

  • Transportation Security Officer
  • Hull Maintenance Technician 2nd Class
  • Hull Maintenance Technician
  • Hull Maintenance Technician


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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