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CV, British Project engineer seeking international work worldwide

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 17159

List top 5 skills: highly analytical approach, people management, project management
Short Bio:

Strong development and project management experience in mechanical/manufacturing engineering and oil and gas sector. Good communication and presentation skills with very strong people skills. Experience in international business sectors in the UK, Africa, Japan and New Zealand. Excellent computer skills coupled with strong practical ability; versatility and resilience.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Education

AMA (Advanced Modern Apprenticeship) Mech Engineering

BTEC level 5 Higher National Certificate in Mechanical/Manufacturing

Engineering (HNC)

NVQ level 3 in Technical Drawing and Technical Support

BTEC level 3 National Diploma in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering

NVQ Level 2 in Performing Engineering Operations (Machining,

lathes, mills and grinders)

Employment History

11th February 2013 to 4th December 2014

Various positions in New Zealand

• Manager of Shortbread Cottage hostel

• CoreGroup – Pipeline refurbishment technician

• Hospitality/catering

• Other positions around New Zealand plus some time spent in Japan

The reason I moved to New Zealand was because I made contact with a New Zealand citizen when I was working in Africa who wanted me to take on a project to subdivide and sell off his land. He wanted me to plan, organise and oversee the construction of irrigation and roads along with the installation of utilities such as water, electric and gas supplies so that the plots were ready to build on before being sold. Unfortunately the project was postponed indefinitely due to unforeseen circumstances.

May 11th 2012 to November 7th 2012

Developing Technologies – Sierra Leone, RSPB Gola Forest Program

www.developingtechnologies.org/ Achievements:

Position – Borehole Contractor Drilled and constructed one well

Developments to drilling rig

Experience in supervisory/management position

Responsibilities

• Manufacture of new components within the capabilities of Sierra Leone manufacturing.

• Plan out all operations within the manufacturing process and address any issues before they arise

• Test all components manufactured before use at drill site includes checking fits, welds and functionality.

• When working in the jungle – Manage food/water supplies for myself and 3 workers.

• Manage working hours and wages.

• Deal with workers medical problems.

• Deal with issues within the community around the Gola forest.

• Manage all drilling operations within the Gola Forest Program construction site.

• Sink/construct well for construction purposes.

• Compile a pump installation procedure with detailed drawings of well construction and step by step guide.

Feb 21st 2011 to May 11th 2012

Weatherford – Smart Stabilizer Systems

www.weatherford.com/ Achievements:

Position – R&D Technician: Mechanical Multiple product developments

Design and manufacture of major development projects

Organisation of project data

Responsibilities

• To safely set up test equipment using basic hand tools and power tools.

• To set up data collection equipment to ensure testing is efficient and completed in a timely manner.

• To use equipment for the purpose of carrying out the test, taking clear and precise measurements that will enable analysis of the test results.

• Compile detailed test file with written summary reports, including graphical representation of results, outlining test equipment used, results found and conclusions reached.

• To make recommendations regarding further testing, implement changes to the test rig and redesigning and purchasing parts as necessary.

• Use SAP system for raising purchase orders, creating BoM’s and organising project data

• Use company truck to pickup/deliver components for assembly and/or modification.

• To make sure that test equipment is maintained in full working, calibrated order to ensure accuracy of testing

• To design and build new test equipment purchasing parts where necessary.

March 1st 2010 to Feb 21st 2011

Gardner Denver – Compair

www.compair.com/ Achievements:

Position – Vanes Development Engineer I Development of two new compressors

New product manufacture handover support and implementation

Control of project data and documentation

Responsibilities

• Build and test multiple new product developments in line with company standards

• Modify new product developments using basic milling, drilling, lathe and fabrication work to improve performance

• Keep project file up to date

• Report any problems to line manager and/or design team and any changes to design that might be required

• Use and update project plans to assist in the development process

October 2008 to April 2009

Travelling

August 2005 to October 2008

SPP Pumps

www.spppumps.com/ Achievements:

Position – Product Development and Technical Support Numerous developments for UK/US markets

(June 08 – October 08) Experience in testing processes and procedures

Structuring/design of development jobs

Responsibilities

• Compile design file with all technical data i.e project approval and costing, drawing work, test reports, Non Conformance Reports and full written reports with photos

• Create action plans for new projects to ensure the completion of each project to a specified deadline.

• Create new Autocad cross sectional/component and assembly drawings.

• Ensure all data and documentation is current and correct using internal network with informal sharing of controlled and uncontrolled data filing systems linked to MRP and MPS systems

• Liaise with product development and technical support team to discuss progress of projects, design changes that may need to occur and any issues/problems that may have arisen.

• Ensure all components are available for builds by checking MRP/MPS (Materials Resources Planning/Master Production Schedule) system for stock availability

• Analyse test rigging requirements i.e. driver(motor/engine), correct alignment of pump and driver, pipe work, test equipment and health and safety requirements

• Conduct full performance tests and NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head) test on development projects to assist in the design process and produce accurate performance curves

• During testing input data into test software to produce performance curves to determine a pass or fail

• Liaise with subcontractor to discuss fabrication drawings/designs for test area developments; this would include custom stands for pipe work, guarding to cover health and safety and in some cases pipe work for exhaust outlets.

• Use MRP/MPS to raise purchase orders for subcontracted work, Expedite orders as required.

• Liaise with senior management to discuss ongoing projects progress and planning

Position – Apprentice (August 05 – June 08) Achievements:

Completion of Key Skills, and NVQ L3

Numerous development projects for national and international customers

Structure/design of development jobs

Training in testing procedures

Responsibilities

• To complete NVQ level 3, HNC and key skills while spending six months in each section of the company being engineering design, quality assurance, product development, production, procurement and the test stand

• Create action plans for new projects

• Update and create new BoMs

• Create new component and assembly AutoCAD drawings to cover project specifications and NVQ 3 criteria

• During my NVQ I was asked to work on two projects for product development with the Engineering Manager of a company based in India KBI (Kirloskar Brothers International), this involved producing chassis/skid drawings, GA’s and new component drawings and was a very valuable experience.

• Compile design files with all technical data and full written reports in paper and electronic form

• Research new machining jigs and fixtures for improved productivity and cost effective manufacture/machining

• Create shop floor layouts for new machinery introductions

• Design new tooling, jigs and fixtures for machining processes

• Control Buyer/Planner code on MRP making sure stock levels are correct ordering stock as required or as forecast

• Conduct full performance tests on standard products

• Fill out test reports and NCR’s

August 2004 to August 2005

SAM Tooling now known as Dean Engineering (and see below)

Position – Apprentice Machinist Achievements:

Machining small components

Assist in company re-organisation

Spray shop and fabrication work

September 2003 to August 2005

Gloscat Achievements:

National Diploma Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering

NVQ Lvl2 Machining

Placement at SAM Tooling

August 2002 – August 2003

Audio Excellence Achievements:

Position – Sales Assistant Sales advice on top-end hi-fi and home cinema equipment

Financial responsibility – banking takings