Tel: +44 (0) 2079890750

Global Recruitment Experts

Access to millions of CV's and
thousands of international jobs

CV, Botswana Based Mechanical Engineer Seeking Work In UK

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 33530
(04/16/1986, male)
List top 5 skills: cfd engineer, control engineer, maintenance engineer, mechanical design engineer, technical sales engineer
Short Bio:

I am graduate of mechanical engineering from University of South Wales. I graduated with 2.1/merit in MEng mechanical engineering. I believe in creativity and teamwork. My training has provided me with comprehensive theoretical knowledge and basic practical skills that equip me well to function in a team. I also have knowledge in risk management techniques such as ISO14001 and ISO 9001.. I worked for a solar power company in Botswana where I gained some experience in management skills.

Current location: 

Botswana, Gaborone - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:



An enthusiastic and professional individual, who enjoys being part of a successful and productive team, quick to grasp new ideas and concepts, and to develop innovative and creative solutions to problems, able to work well on own initiative and can demonstrate the high levels of motivation required to meet the tightest of deadlines. Even under significant pressure, possesses a strong ability to perform effectively.



BEng/MEng of Mechanical Engineering (2011 – 2015) MERIT
University of South Wales, United Kingdom

Final Year Modules

Non destructive testing (NDT), Advanced Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Advanced finite element analysis (FEA), Business and risk management , Integrative group project, Fatigue and fracture, Safety Health and Environmental engineering

1) Group project: Development, Design and Testing of a Model Carrier unmanned cargo aircraft

Project Goal; The main aim of the project was to develop unmanned cargo aircraft, with the possibility of fully autonomous flight. This and also the ability to release a payload during the flight of the aircraft were the two key requirements for the project. Skills learnt include teamwork and time management. Gantt chart was used for scheduling and managing the project. To solve this design problem a computer language called Arduino was used for programming the system, this included the use of PID controller. Solidworks was used for designing the body of the aircraft. CFD (Phoenics package) was used for simulating flow dynamics. This project combined electronic and mechanical hardware design optimization, real time control theory & related software algorithms, sensor systems and flight control theory.

Third Year Modules

Fluid dynamics, Control, Finite element analysis, Computational fluid dynamics, applied engineering mechanics, Thermodynamics, Aircraft materials, Manufacturing systems, HVAC and Refrigeration.

Project 2: Design and simulation of the flow and heat transfer inside the turbine blade internal cooling system

Project Goal; The main aim of the project was to simulate and analyse flow and heat transfer dynamics inside the turbine blade internal cooling system. This involved studying the parameters of the navier- stokes equation. CFD and FEA techniques were applied, using ANSYS and Phoenics to analyse the thermal stresses suffered by the blade at high temperature.

Second year modules

Control and instrumentation, Engineering maths, Engineering mechanics, Sustainability engineering design, Business and finance for engineers, engineering material science, Engineering thermofuilds

Project 3: Design and analysis of a heat exchanger

Project goal: The objective of the project was to design a double-pipe water-to-water heat exchanger with fully developed turbulent flow. Skills applied to solve this problem include the use of solidworks to design and simulate the devices, the knowledge of control and instrumentation was also vital. Computational fluid dynamics was also used to study the dynamics of the flow and heat flux, using the ANSYS code. The other software which was used includes MATLAB and Microsoft Visio

Bachelor of Science 2009-2011
University of Botswana, Botswana

First class grade was obtained in five different maths modules, organic chemistry and physics.


Work Experience

March 2013- May 2015
Peacocks Warehouse

Duties and skills included: packaging, logistics, Teamwork, Coordination, Organization, Planning, Time Management, Reporting Skills, Inventory Control, Documentation, Equipment Maintenance, Data Entry Skills, and Dependability

July 2015 –September 2015
Kgalagadi Resources development CO (Pty) Ltd Trading as Solar Power

Duties and skills; Sales rep and administration: I learnt to be a team leader

• Manufacturing of thermal heating systems:- I leant time management

• Photovoltaic system installations,


Skills Profile

Computer software and Engineering programming

• MATLAB, the language of technical computing, and Simulink, for simulation and Model-Based Design.

• Solidworks for 3D design, simulation, electrical design, product data management, technical communication.

• ANSYS for Stress/Thermal FEA, CFD for fluid flow and heat transfer, Fluid Structural Interaction.

• Labview for Instruments calibration, measurement or Designing Embedded Control and Monitoring Systems.

• Microsoft office software; Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio etc.


I have worked as part of a team in various projects during university and also worked as part of a team during my time with Peacocks. I have made positive contributions in coming up with ideas and strategies that helped in the successful completion of the respective projects.


Positions Of Responsibility

Student Mentor (University of South Wales): 2011-2015

School headboy (Tutume McConnell College): 2007-2008



Available on request