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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary
Have plenty of experience with Microsoft Office (Power Point, Excel, Word, etc).  Have written procedures and Operating Instruction's. 
Used to working variable hours. Punctual professional focused on exceeding expectations. 
Skills
  • Computer literate
  • Stocking
  • Skilled problem solver
  • Personable
  • Motivated team player
  • Active listening skills
  • Customer-oriented
  • Retail sales
  • Employee relations
Work History
07/2011 to Current Vehicle Fleet Manager Alta Equipment Group Inc. | Zeeland, ,
  • Oversee's fleet of over 145 vehicles.
  • Ensure safe and reliable vehicles and equipment are available to meet operational requirements.
  • Conducts fleet evaluations to ensure maintenance standards are met.
  • Monitors preventive maintenance and vehicular replacement programs, both GSA and "Blue Fleet".
  • Developed Excel spreadsheets in SharePoint for tracking Vehicle Operators as well as Forklift and Warehouse tug certifications.
  • Monitors cost to maintain fleet to include accident repairs, lease and mileage fees for GSA vehicles.
07/2010 to 06/2011 Environmental Manager Denali Water Solutions | Fort Myers, ,
  • Applies knowledge of the environment sciences concepts, and principals, in evaluating and solving environmental problems related to weapons acquisition and mission sustainment.
  • Used analytical methods and techniques to analyze a wide range of scientific, legal, environmental protections, and environmental management issues.
  • Prepared and evaluated various forms of technical data, policy, briefings, and program directives for environmental compliance requirements.
  • Ensured proper Hazardous Material Storage within 96 Test Group and its squadrons. Monitored Hazardous Waste programs.
06/2004 to 09/2009 Environmental Specialist Gerdau Ameristeel Corporation | Chicago, ,
  • Applied knowledge of the environment sciences concepts, and principals, in evaluating and solving environmental problems related to weapons acquisition and mission sustainment.
  • Used analytical methods and techniques to analyze a wide range of scientific, legal, environmental protections, and environmental management issues.
  • Reviewed and interpreted the impacts of environmental technical standards, guidelines, and formal regulations specific to Air Armament Center (AAC) operations and the US Army's White Sands Missile Range.
  • Prepared and evaluated various forms of technical data, policy, briefings, and program directives for environmental compliance requirements.
  • Assisted in the use of computers and operating systems to produce data bases, spreadsheets, graphics, and other specialized products.
06/2003 to 06/2004 Route Manager Waste Connections | Altamonte Springs, , (Also worked for Schwans from July 2001 to April 2002.)
  • Operated a federally regulated commercial motor vehicle.
  • Responsible for the sale, delivery of frozen food products and collection of money, throughout assigned territory.
  • Schedule routes for timely delivery of requested products.
  • Developed one-on-one relationships with customers, met with them on a regular basis, and used a hand-held computer and "trademark" frozen-food vehicle to process and fill their orders.
  • Worked with supervisor to determine sales and service projections.
  • Developed new customers on a daily basis, and scheduled them into the proper routes, to maintain growth.
  • Was responsible for daily safety inspections and safe operation of the commercial motor vehicle, and scheduled routine maintenance, as required by Federal DOT regulations and company policies.
  • Managed all administrative functions of the routes.
  • Alerted customers to upcoming sales events and promotions.
  • Educated customers about the Schwans brand to incite excitement about the company’s mission and values.
  • Determined customer needs by asking relevant questions and listening actively to the responses.
03/2002 to 04/2003 F-15 PDM Qaulity Control Inspector Waste Connections | Bend, OR,
  • I was responsible for adhering to inspection standards, methods and procedures used by Al Salam F-15 Program Depot Maintenance program.
  • I provided technical support for F-15 aircraft undergoing programmed depot maintenance, wing overhaul, corrosion control, modifications, and paint, as well as unscheduled heavy maintenance.
  • I accomplished the final acceptance of all incoming material, including parts, raw material, and air worthiness of components on which work is performed outside of the depot
  • I inspected work performed which required Quality Control verification.
  • I also performed periodic checks on all consolidated tool kits, and monitored calibration.
07/2001 to 04/2002 Route Manager Schwans Home Services | , ,
  • Hours per week: 54 Operated a federal y regulated commercial motor vehicle.
  • Responsible for the sale, delivery and col ection of money throughout assigned territory.
  • Schedule routes for timely delivery of requested products.
  • Developed one-on-one relationships with customers, met with them on a regular basis, and used a hand-held computer and "trademark" frozen-food vehicle to process and fil their orders.
  • Worked with supervisor to determine sales and service projections.
  • Developed new customers on a daily basis, and schedule them into the proper routes, to maintain growth.
  • Was responsible for daily safety inspections and safe operation of the commercial motor vehicle, and schedule routine maintenance, as required by Federal DOT regulations and company policies.
  • Managed al administrative functions of the routes.
07/1999 to 03/2001 X-34 Flight Assurance Inspector Orbital Sciences Corporation | City, STATE,
  • I was responsible for inspection of al flight and ground support equipment, hardware fabrication, integration, testing, and incoming parts for highly advanced composite flight vehicle.
  • This included the responsibility for identifying, disposition, and tracking non- conformance's and performing as member of Material Review Board (MRB) I also established databases for tracking non-conformance's and schedule repair actions as required.
  • I reviewed drawings, specifications, maintenance procedures, and support instructions for accuracy prior to authorizing their use.
  • I performed safety observations during operations and testing phases.
  • Although I managed a one-person field of ice for Orbital Sciences Corporation, I worked directly with the field operations team to prepare for ISO 9001 certification.
  • I also established a schedule for routine field safety and tool inspections.
04/1995 to 06/1997 Program Integrator / F-15 Quality Assurance Supe Defense Logistics Agency | , ,
  • Hours per week: 60 I provided technical support for F-15 aircraft undergoing programmed depot maintenance, wing overhaul, corrosion control, modifications, and paint, as wel as unscheduled heavy maintenance.
  • This position included monitoring expenditures and reports on status of host country cost sharing as wel as evaluating, negotiating, and tracking over and above man-hour requests for both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements.
  • I also utilized PROCAS, ISO 9000 (pre- cert), and flowcharting.
  • I monitored contractor quality performance for multi-mil ion dol ar depot level maintenance, modification, and corrosion control program.
  • Performed final acceptance inspection of contractor depot maintenance services on F-15, and F- 16, aircraft.
  • Col ected quality data on contractors procedures for ground operations, safety, training, and tool control procedures.
  • Assisted the Program Integrator on monitoring over and above contractor man-hours.
  • Performed both scheduled and unscheduled Qualit.
06/1989 to 02/1995 NCOIC, Quality Assurance Section | , ,
  • Hours per week: 50 I monitored system performance of the unique ful -scale aerial target operation supporting critical DoD weapons development and evaluation.
  • Evaluated management, supervision, and workmanship of contractor aircraft maintenance force for both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements.
  • Ensured contractor functional performance by coordinating and scheduling proper government logistical support through host base, major command, air logistics center, and national test range.
  • This job required extensive travel at times lasting from a few days to over a month.
  • Additional Duties within this unit included: Detachment Security Manager: Information Security; Physical Security; Flight line Security.
  • Resource (budget) Manager USAF.
10/1975 to 08/1999 Final Position: Squadron Superintendent NA | City, ,
  • Superintendent 586 Flight Test Squadron supporting a variety of testing. (1997-1999)
  • Program Integrator of the F-15 Programmed Depot Maintenance facility, Kimhae, South Korea. (1995-1997)
  • NCOIC for Full Scale Aerial Targets Program, Holloman AFB NM (1989-1995)
  • Tactical Aircraft Crew Chief - Standard duties related to tactical aircraft maintenance however, included were stints in Maintenance Control and Scheduling, phase dock manning assistance, training monitor, assistant flight chief, assistant flight line expediter, and various other functions. (1979 -1989)
  • Ground Radio Maintenance Technician (1976-1979)
11/1975 to 06/1989 Tactical Aircraft Crew Chief | , ,
  • Hours per week: 60 Standard duties related to tactical aircraft maintenance however, included were stints in Maintenance Control and Scheduling, phase dock manning assistance, training monitor, assistant flight chief, assistant flight line expediter, and various other functions.
Education
Expected in 2009 Bachelor's Degree | Environmental Management Columbia Southern University, Orange, AL GPA:
  • 3.74 GPA
  • Cum Laude Academic Achievement Award
Expected in 1998 Associate of Science | Aircraft Maintenance Systems Technology Community College of the Air Force , Holloman AFB, NM GPA:

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School Attended
  • Columbia Southern University
  • Community College of the Air Force
Job Titles Held:
  • Vehicle Fleet Manager
  • Environmental Manager
  • Environmental Specialist
  • Route Manager
  • F-15 PDM Qaulity Control Inspector
  • Route Manager
  • X-34 Flight Assurance Inspector
  • Program Integrator / F-15 Quality Assurance Supe
  • NCOIC, Quality Assurance Section
  • Final Position: Squadron Superintendent
  • Tactical Aircraft Crew Chief
Degrees
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Associate of Science