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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

I have accomplished a lot through my life due to hard work, dedication, and commitment. The Department of Defense saw what I brought to the table and promoted me to a Staff Sergeant in just 5 years. After almost a decade of serving this great country, I decided to go back to college to further my education. I am less than 2 quarters away from graduating with my AA in Civil Engineering. I am eager to learn as much as possible and to hopefully grow with and amazing engineering firm. I have a great work ethic and pride myself on my work. To do the best work I can, I stay organized and stay ahead of deadlines.

Skills

I have worked with the following programs:

  • AutoCAD
  • REVIT
  • CIVIL 3D
Education and Training
Bates Technical College Tacoma, WA Expected in 02/2021 Associate of Applied Science : Civil Engineering - GPA :
Certifications
  • Engineering TechnicJessica
  • Universal 608
Experience
Bates Technical College - Vice President of Central Campus
City, STATE, 09/2019 - 07/2020
  • Analyzed variable data for operations to determine areas for improvement, increased efficiency and potential cost savings.
  • Represented Bates Technical College in various Committees and task forces.
  • Researched underlying issues, regulatory complJessicace status and processes to resolve complex business issues and recommend strategic corrective actions.
  • Partnered with Bates Technical College and United way of Pierce County to advance business objectives and to become more successful in these objectives.
  • Cultivated and maintained positive working relationships with employees, executives and other stakeholders.
Department Of Defense - Marine Machinery Mechanic (WG-10)
City, STATE, 03/2017 - 02/2018

Marine machinery mechanics apply a variety of methods, procedures, and techniques to layout, install, align, overhaul, repair, and maintain numerous types of marine machinery, equipment, and systems that are technically complex, the equipment and machinery have complex interrelationships among components and diagnosis of trouble is more difficult due to various possible causes and combinations of factors that may be the source of trouble.

Grade 10 marine machinery mechanics disassemble and make onsite repairs to marine equipment and machinery such as main propulsion machinery , auxiliary engines, speed reduction and acceleration mechanisms, and de-rating feed tanks; and marine systems such as steering systems, and bridle arresting systems. They determine the nature and extent of repairs necessary and make needed repairs by replacing, reworking, or refinishing worn or damaged parts and components. Equipment or machinery that requires the use of highly precise heavy shop machine tools are sent to the appropriate repair or machine shop. Marine mechanics reassemble and install the equipment, connect the power sources, perform operational and functional tests, and make required adjustments in order to ensure proper operation of the entire system. They also install, replace, adjust, and set various regulating or safety devices such as meters, gauges, governors, and automatic alarms.

Marine Machinery Mechanics apply a greater knowledge of installation and repair of more complex marine equipment and machinery such as steering assemblies, main shafting, power drives, main propulsion reduction gears, lubricating and control systems, and catapult retraction systems. Depending on the specific nature of the equipment and machinery, grade 10 marine machinery mechanics examine and troubleshoot to determine the extent of repairs required, materials, or parts needed, and to estimate the time required to complete repairs. They disassemble, repair, and rebuild components and assemblies such as shafts, propellers, rudders, engines, and sea valves; operating machinery and equipment for launching and arresting gear systems; and other shipboard equipment such as air compressors, feed pumps, condensers, and air ejectors. The work requires the ability to interpret and apply the requirements contained in technical manuals, shop directives, multiview blueprints, and other documents in determining critical dimensions and key reference points. Defects in electrical or electronic devices, requiring jn depth knowledge of electricity or electronic principles are referred to other personnel, e.g., electricJessicas and electronic industrial control mechanics.

Marine méchanics at this level independently dismantle, move, and relocate various types of shipboard

Main propulsion machinery includes reciprocating and centrifugal pumps, reduction gears, transmission, shafts, propellers, and various accessories such as pumps, compressors, condensers, and auxiliary engines which may be gasoline or diesel.

Machinery such as, generators, diesel engines, and their accessories or install new machinery. They anchor machinery to foundations, assemble, and connect accessory or auxiliary components including steel ladders, catwalks, and guard rails; make precision alignment and adjustments for balance; and conduct operational tests of the entire system. They also defuel and refuel vessels and make repairs and adjustments to various systems associated with the vessel.

The use and application of standard formulas, shop mathematics, trade theories, and industry practices in calculating needed materials and problem solving; and in the use of various test equipment and measuring devices such as alignment scopes, verniers, micrometers, precision levels, transits, strobe tachometers, bearing bridge gauges, flow meters, hydrostatic testers, and vibration analyzers. They make the necessary templates, jigs, and other fixtures required for repair or installation utilizing a knowledge of materials and their versatility.

Incidental to their work, mechanics at this level may be skilled in setting up and operating machine tools such as small lathes, milling machines, drill presses, and precision grinders to manufacture component parts or remachine existing parts such as bushings, bearings, seals, couplings, and pistons. They are also skilled in the independent use of machine tools for onsite milling, grinding, boring, facing, and drilling, and the use of various other portable machine tools to accomplish repairs.

United States Army - Senior Engineman
City, STATE, 12/2015 - 03/2017

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

MOSC 88L20. Maintenance, repair, and operation of all mechanical equipment on a 2000 series LCU. Provide supervision and technical expertise for subordinates performing their duties. Prepare marine vessel equipment for operation. Starts, operates, troubleshoots and secures vessel engines. Inspects, services, adjusts, replaces, repairs, and overhauls engine components, accessory drives, throttle controls, water heater, piping systems, vessel steering mechanisms, cooling and lubrication systems, electrical and wiring assemblies, and vessel hulls for general upkeep. Compiles and maintains engine-room records. Computes fuel requirements and documents fuel usage. Observation and complJessicace to all maritime laws and regulations. Observation and practice of vessel emergency drills. Ability to do the work of a Marine Machinery Mechanic . Interpreting requirements in technical manuals, shop directives, and blueprints. Overhauling and repairing marine machinery components such as diesel engines using hand tools, power tools, and diagnostic equipment. Applying standard formulas, shop mathematics, and industry practices during the course of a repair and maintain appropriate maintenance records.

Specific Equipment, duties, and experience:

KTA 50 Cummins Diesel Engine (Main Propulsion): operate, maintenance, repair, and overhaul.

KTA 855 Cummins Diesel Engine (Ship Service Diesel Generator): operate, maintenance, and repair.

Lube Oil Pump, Ballast Pump, Fire Pump, Auxiliary Seawater Pump, Shaft Cooling Pump, Paramatic Fuel Oil Purifier, Hydraulic Oil Pump, Oily

Water Separator and Dirty Oil Pump: operate, maintenance, repair, and overhaul.

United States Army Marine Certificate (current)

License to grade as an 88L20 on LCU 2000 Class (current) Missions and Operations:

Operation Spartan Shield (March 2016-December 2016)

Multiple cargo missions during 2016 mobilization.

United States Army - Engineman
City, STATE, 04/2012 - 12/2015

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

MOSC 88L10. Maintenance, repair, and operation of all mechanical equipment on the LSV-3. Prepare marine vessel equipment for operation. Starts, operates, troubleshoots and secures vessel engines. Inspects, services, and adjusts engine components, throttle controls, accessory drives, piping systems, vessel steering mechanisms, and cooling and lubrication systems for general upkeep. Computes fuel requirements and documents fuel usage. Observation and complJessicace to all maritime laws and regulations. Practice of vessel emergency drills.

Specific Equipment, duties, and experience:

Electromotive Diesel Engine 16 cyl. (Main Propulsion): operate, maintenance, and repair.

CAT Diesel Generator/Engine 6 Cyl. (Ship Service Diesel Generator): operate, maintenance, and repair.

Lube Oil Pump, Ballast Pump, Fire Pump, Seawater Pump, Shaft Cooling Pump, Water Evaporator, Alfa Laval Fuel Oil Purifier, Hydraulic Oil Pump, Oily Water Separator and Dirty Oil Pump: operate, maintenance, repair, and overhaul.

United States Army Marine Certificate (current)

License to grade as an 88L10 on the LSV.

Activities and Honors

While attending Bates Technical College:

  • Vice President of Leadership for Phi Theta Kappa
  • Presidents list
  • GPA 3.7

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School Attended

  • Bates Technical College

Job Titles Held:

  • Vice President of Central Campus
  • Marine Machinery Mechanic (WG-10)
  • Senior Engineman
  • Engineman

Degrees

  • Associate of Applied Science

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