Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Highly skilled in navigation and route planning. Highly-focused Fleet Management professional committed to safe, quality and timely delivery of shipments for diverse clientele. Effective at working collaboratively with cross-functional teams, ensuring proper handling of fragile and complex equipment.

  • Contractor management
  • Facilities maintenance
  • Department leadership
  • Employee performance evaluation
  • Structural standards understanding
  • Inventory monitoring
  • Building systems knowledge
  • Production scheduling
  • Analytical
  • Customer service
  • Time management
Transportation Supervisor, 01/2011 to Current
Stericycle Inc.Louisville, KY,
  • Sourced, distributed and monitored usage of equipment required to achieve transportation operational goals in line with financial targets.
  • Analyzed internal financial and technical data, as well as researched offerings of competitors, to prepare approximately $10.2 Million dollar budget for my designated area.
  • Monitored daily operations and performed safety audits to check that staff followed administrative policies and regulations.
  • Maintained workplace safety by involving employees in order to maximize engagement and team morale.
  • Responsible for driving key performance indicators for cost savings and maintain efficient utilization of manpower through proper scheduling and training to provide the highest levels of customer service at the store level. Supervise associates to include, but not limited to staffing, training, coaching, performance management and problem resolution. I plan and schedule routes to ensure deliveries and pickups are made in a timely manner.
  • Maximized safety of transportation operations through use of field safety assessments.
  • Oversaw scheduling for day-to-day activities of 80 transportation employees.
  • Checked that drivers transported loads securely and in compliance with state DOT laws.
  • Coordinated repair and maintenance schedules for all fleet vehicles and associated equipment.
  • Set routes for optimal deliveries, coordinated driver and staff schedules and assigned out specific tasks.
  • Supervised all facets of routine deliveries by effectively routing loads, managing drivers and meeting DOT requirements.
  • Responsible for driving key performance indicators for cost savings, and maintain efficient utilization of manpower through proper scheduling and training to provide the highest levels of customer service at the store level. Supervise associates to include, but not limited to: staffing, training, coaching, performance management and problem resolution. Identify and expand backhaul revenue. Wor to resolve any problems that are beyond the scope of the drivers’ authority and/or abilities. I work in conjunction with Operations Managers to minimize operating expenses, ensure all deliveries are efficiently routed. I implement department procedures to meet goal standards, and promote them to and gain buy-in and positive results from teammates; standards may include but will not be limited to: productivity, order quality, damages, shrinkage, safety, sanitation, turnover and overtime. I ensure program objectives are monitored measured to achieve annual savings through efficient and effective program administration.
Petroleum Lab Technician, 01/2008 to 12/2010
Greenwood Star LlcLawrenceville, GA,
  • Operated fuels laboratory equipment to obtain petroleum test samples from storage tanks, ground vehicles, filter separators, and pumps in addition to serving as the main testing hub for western Iraq. I conducted tests on petroleum products to include visual inspections, Aqua-glows, Millipore, FSII, distillation, ECON, API, gravity, flash point, in addition to analyzing chemicals for strength, purity, and toxic qualities.
  • Identified sources of contamination and deterioration in storage bags or pipe lines, made recommendations for recovery and disposition, segregated recoverable fuels, and directed retrieval operations. Maintained lab records, generated technical reports and quality surveillance reports to superiors, established files of procedural references, as well as managed quality control module (QC) of sample due dates.
  • Conducted daily Total Safety Task and Instruction (TSTI), Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) with an emphasis on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and enforcing proper use. Oversaw a multicultural team of Sub-contract workers ensuring daily work assignments and special projects were completed to standard within allotted timeframes. Coordinated and supervised security military convoys throughout the Iraq Theater to maintain the security of the mission.
Professional Truck Driver, 01/2006 to 12/2007
Performance Food Group, PFGCity, STATE,
  • Drove a tractor trailer and manually unload, using a hand truck or two-wheeler on metal truck ramps, various products (meats, produce, frozen foods, groceries, dry goods, equipment and supplies) to customer drop-off sites while providing excellent customer service.
  • Responsible for the safe and timely transportation of bulk grocery items by ensuring goods were in approved containers with appropriate labels/markings, loads were properly distributed, and secured with strapping.
  • Operated company vehicles to include a refrigerated tractor with a forty-eight-foot trailer, loaded and unloaded cargo utilizing a hand truck, and delivered products to retail grocery vendors.
  • Completed daily tasks and reports to include inventories, shift closeout reports, and preventive maintenance check lists, as well as evaluated new equipment, and performed minor repairs. Oversaw the orientation, training, and development of new employees on all company procedures, and job performance expectations.
Petroleum Laboratory Supervisor , 01/2004 to 12/2005
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Lead laboratory operations by prioritizing workloads, conducting training, assisting employees and forwarding recommendations to upper management to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Appointed Laboratory Hazmat coordinator responsible for spill prevention and contingency, waste disposal, handling and disposition of all hazardous chemicals. Oversaw team of fifteen personnel sampling petroleum products from storage tanks, ground vehicles, pumps, and filter separators. Oversaw employees conducting various tests on samples to include visually inspecting fuel samples, conducting aqua-glows, Millipore tests, API, gravity, flash point using laboratory equipment.
  • Supervised an Air Mobile Petroleum Laboratory’s set up, operations, supply functions, maintenance, and prepared lab for shipment to and from Iraq deployment ensuring equipment’s safety and serviceability.
Maintenance Supervisor , 03/1996 to 12/2003
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Performed quality assurance safety and preventative maintenance inspections of repaired vehicles and heavy equipment and troubleshoot to component level. Isolated and identified causes of malfunctions in mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Provided updates to superiors on overall work operations, progress of work, budgets, causes of delays, resolved customer complaints and expedited material shortages to fit project requirements.
  • Managed the department staff through training, assigning work duties, preparing performance evaluations, authorizing overtime, and enforcing safety standards and disciplinary actions. Prepared readiness reports, wrote/ updated internal Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for maintenance section, established internal procedures to receive, issue, and store tools, parts, and publications. Managed various programs to include oil analysis program, emergency recovery and repair program, scheduled maintenance program, driver qualification and licensing program, and shop fire/safety programs. Interpret and applied governing regulations, manuals, directives, programs, and related guidelines to meet requirements for using the Defense Transportation System (DTS) capabilities. Appointed Test, Measurement, and Diagnosis Equipment Coordinator (TMDE), responsible for calibration and repair support as well as maintaining a quality assurance program. Checked subordinate’s work in progress and upon completion, verified assignments were in compliance with given instructions regarding quality, safety, budgets, and deadlines.


· Successfully completed more than seventy-five track vehicle emergency recovery missions while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).

Education and Training
BBA: Business Management, Expected in 12/2021
AMU American Military University - ,
Training Course : Leadership , Expected in 12/2004
Primary Leadership Development Course - United States Army ,
Training Course : Lab Technician , Expected in 12/2006
Petroleum Laboratory Specialist Course - United States Army ,

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