Jinnie Freeman

Jinnie Freeman




Work Experience

  • Imperial County Center For Exceptional Children

    2004-2005 | Teachers Aid

    Interpreted and tutored for hearing impaired/disabled students in various classroom settings. Assisted teachers with special needs students for various disabilities by using best practices applied behavioral analysis techniques.

  • Farmers Insurance

    2005-2007 | Administrative Assistant/ Customer Service Representative

    Organized and maintained the district manager's weekly schedule. Designed spreadsheet for quarterly reports that included production of sales. Trained new insurance agents. Administrative duties included management of client information and coordination of district meetings. Routed and managed all phone calls and telephone customer bill pay.

  • Handrail Design Inc.

    2007-2007 | Installer/ Welder

    Installed stainless steel handrail systems according to architect’s blueprints. Responsible for set up materials/equipment and drilling into concrete to set up anchor studs for the handrail posts. Actively welded by using TIG process and fabricate the handrails according blue prints tools used: electric grinders, dynafiles, hand files, and drills,and installed pains of glass. Participated in safety and production meetings. Responsible for receiving/shipping material and tools. Headed setting up temporary safety railing to prevent injuries during construction.


  • Aeroweld Inc

    2007-2013 | Technician/ Welder

    Responsible for repairs and assembly/production of combustion l liners and nozzle shields per FAA codes/manuals. Duties include daily set up of GTAW welders, coolers, and inert gasses. Conducted repairs through TIG welding using Hast-X, Haynes 230, L605. Also facilitated cleaning, blending and grinding materials with pneumatic hand tools (i.e. angle grinders, pencil grinders, disk grinders, dynafiles). Competent with machining parts via Do-All mill, and fabricating piece parts with pneumatic rollers/hydraulic press. Co-facilitated weekly meetings focused on administrative duties, production, and safety training. Supervised daily clean up that included the shut down of the weld machines, water coolers, securing tools, set up materials, scrap metal, and shop prep for future tasks.

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