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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
  • C:
  • resumesample@example.com
  • Date of Birth:
  • India:
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  • single:
Summary
  • Seeking to obtain a position with a progressive organization where my education, training, and skill set will be fully utilized. Hoping to help assist in the development of clean and renewable energy to better advance and prepare future generations Special Skills/Interests & Qualification
  • Advanced level with MS Word
  • Beginner level with MS Excel and PowerPoint
  • Enjoy hands on work and repairs/Maintenance
  • Excellent customer service skills (years of practice/training)
  • Enjoy working with others to help ascertain problems and solutions in the work place
  • High school Cert in fitness
  • Have had to take on managerial position on some occasions while on job locations.
  • I keep more focus when busier; prefer to stay active and constantly working
  • Organized and detail oriented when it comes to sending emails
  • I present myself as outgoing
  • My attitude and personality indicate leadership potential
Skills
  • Certificates
  • Control of measuring and testing tools/equipment
  • Spotter training
  • Human error prevention
  • Hand and power tools
  • Scaffolding awareness
  • Lone worker
  • Wind tower rescue scenario
  • Respiratory protection
  • Welding, cutting, and brazing
  • Overhead rigging and cranes level 1 and level 2
  • Lead safety awareness
  • Incident analysis
  • Hydrogen sulfide awareness
  • Hexavalent chromium awareness
  • Electrical safety advanced
  • Cable
  • Filling
  • Flash
  • Laser
  • Multimeter
  • Personnel
  • Power tools
  • Reading
  • Recording
  • Safety
  • Swaps
  • Technician
  • Troubleshooting
  • Welding
Experience
Traveling wind turbine Technician, 04/2019 to 04/2021
Johnson Controls, Inc. Pennsauken, NJ,
  • Responsible for maintaining, servicing, and troubleshooting wind field turbines.
  • Responsible for Operating company vehicles.
  • Responsible for Following OSHA and site/company rules and policy.
  • Performed 3-month/6-month/1-year/annual/7-month/10-year services on vestas Towers, V-110, 120, 80, 82, and 90.
  • Have worked on vesta’s wind sites alongside other energy company personnel.
  • Have performed lad-safe cable replacement, advanced in gen-alignments on vestas V-110/120.
  • Performed arc-flash testing/service.
  • Have worked/assisted on construction/commission sites while following proper guidelines.
  • Have helped ensure proper security and respect for customer and or landowners.
  • Have worked in extreme cold/hot condition.
  • EX: -20 to 110 degrees.
  • Experienced knowledge with working with fluke multimeter.
  • Working knowledge on climb assist/tower lifts.
  • Have performed Gen swaps safety while working with construction personal.
  • Knowledgeable in filling out proper safety and security vestas on site paperwork.
  • Proper knowledge in repair/inspection/maintenance of tower components/parts.
Field Service Technician, 12/2018 to 04/2019
Great Lakes Water Authority, GLWA City, STATE,
  • Responsible for operating and servicing manhole valves/bypass.
  • Responsible for maintaining and accurately recording information regarding sewer system’s.
  • Responsible for flushing water from manholes and observing device issues in sewer’s.
  • Operate gate closer work truck to open and close difficult man hole valves.
  • Operate work trucks safely to and from (GLWA) facilities while following security protocol.
  • Repair and maintain bypass and valves in underground sewer systems.
  • Follow safety, rules, and regulations regarding the work place as well as obeying homeland security regulations as stated in employee handbook.
  • Responsible for reading maps and blueprints to identify sewer system’s.
Installation/Maintenance Technician, 09/2017 to 08/2018
HESCO City, STATE,
  • Responsible for installation of underground meters to measure water, velocity, depth levels.
  • Responsible for installation of laser equipment to measure water flow and velocity in underground systems/Sewer Systems.
  • Performed maintenance and repair work on water flow bands/flumes.
  • Cleaned and tested ISCO Meters/lasers to assure accuracy of the reading of proper water measurements.
  • Installed lasers, pressure sensors, stainless steel bands, and Isco 2150 Meters.
  • Operated work trucks in and out of state lines.
  • Complied with OSHA/State/Federal rules and regulations regarding the workpla.
Education and Training
Associate of Applied Science: Energy Technology, Expected in 2019
to
MIAT College of Technology - Canton, MI
GPA:
  • Wind Power Technician Program 03/2019-05/2019
  • Energy and Industrial Technician Program
: , Expected in 2017
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GPA:
Pre Engineering Associate Degree: , Expected in 2014
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Henry Ford College - Dearborn, MI
GPA:
48 Credits Earned
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2012
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Fordson High School - Dearborn, MI
GPA:
  • 10 hour
  • NFPA 70E-standard electrical safety
  • Confined Space Entry Certification’s
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GPA:
Accomplishments
  • EEO-respect and Anti-harassment.
  • Lockout/Tag out and control of hazardous energy.
  • Welding and Welding Safety Training.
  • 5-ton overhead crane Training.
  • EPA section 608-type 1 Certified Technician.
  • Energy and industrial Technician.
  • First Aid CPR AED Certification’s.
  • Security Mentor Email lesson.
  • Security mentor phishing lesson.
  • Asbestos Awareness training.
  • General safety in workplace.
  • Security mentor social engineering lesson.
  • Security mentor incident reporting lesson.
  • Security mentor privacy lesson.
  • Climb and Rescue with basic harness inspection.
  • Permit required confined space training.
  • Safe bolting training.
  • Bloodborne pathogens.
  • Construction-fall protection.
  • Driver safety.
  • Electrical safety general awareness.
  • Emergency and fire preparedness.
  • Hand and power tool safety.
  • Hazard communication.
  • Hazardous waste management.
  • Industrial ergonomics.
  • Intro to safe material storage.
  • Personal protective equipment.
  • Portable fire extinguisher safety.
  • Risk assessment.
  • Slips, trips, and falls.
  • Workplace signs, labels, and tags.
  • Immigration overview.
  • Compressed gas.
  • Workplace harassment.
  • Dropped object prevention.
  • Portable fire extinguisher.
  • Extreme temp awareness.
  • Powered industrial truck safety.
  • Human error prevention.
  • Travel, health safety and security.
  • Renewable lotto task force awareness.

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School Attended
  • MIAT College of Technology
  • Henry Ford College
  • Fordson High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Traveling wind turbine Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • Installation/Maintenance Technician
Degrees
  • Associate of Applied Science
  • <ul><li>Wind Power Technician Program 03/2019-05/2019</li><li>Energy and Industrial Technician Program</li></ul>
  • Pre Engineering Associate Degree
  • High School Diploma
  • <ul><li>10 hour</li><li>NFPA 70E-standard electrical safety</li><li>Confined Space Entry Certification’s</li></ul>

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