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CV, Civil Engineer With Power Transmission Experience

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 45250
(08/29/1988, male)
List top 5 skills: civil engineer, engineering, power engineering
Short Bio:

After leaving school I served an apprenticeship as a HGV/heavy diesel mechanic, before returning to university to study civil engineering. Upon leaving university I gained employment with National Grid, who put me through an additional foundation degree in power systems engineering. I now work as a site supervisor/engineer in the civil engineering industry.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, Belgium, canada, Caribbean, the, Denmark, Europe, Greenland, Netherlands, North America, Sweden, switzerland, United States

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

Europe, United Kingdom



QUALIFICATIONS

Title Grade/Level Awarded Date Obtained

FdEng Electrical Power Engineering – Power Systems Management Distinction Jul 2014

BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering and Management First Class Jul 2012

CSCS White card N/A Sep 2014

BESC Person substations and OHL N/A Sep 2012

NEBOSH Construction Certificate Pass Jun 2014

NEBOSH General Certificate Pass Jun 2014

First Aid at Work (three day) Pass Nov 2014

Entry into Confined Spaces N/A Feb 2015

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

July 2015 – Present
SITE AGENT/ENGINEER
DANAHER AND WALSH (CIVIL ENGINEERING) LTD

My responsibilities at Danaher and Walsh lie in the realms of project delivery on site, with more of a management than an engineering focus. I am responsible for the management of direct and subcontract labour, materials and plant, organisation and planning of works, interface with clients, statutory undertakers, stakeholders etc., the management of health and safety risk, programme and financial reporting and the everyday running of site. Our works are predominantly in the realms Of Section 278 and general civil engineering.

October 2014 – July 2015
SITE AGENT/ENGINEER
NEWLINE CIVIL ENGINEERING

Working on a variety of civil engineering projects I was responsible for both the project management and engineering activities on site at all levels, from procurement of materials, monthly financial reporting, day to day management of contractors and health and safety to being responsible for all setting out and engineering activities. I was site based and operated a hands-on approach where possible; getting directly involved in day to day activities – allowing me to monitor progress, quality and safety at a far greater level than can be achieved from a long-armed approach, and allowing me to learn details about construction processes which can be improved from the bottom up.

Sept 2012 – October 2014
CONSTRUCTION INTERFACE ENGINEER
OHLCS, CAPITAL DELIVERY (FORMERLY ELECTRICITY ALLIANCE EAST)

At National Grid my responsibilities lay mostly in the realms of the acting as the clients’ representative on site, enforcing CDM regulation, providing expert advice on issues unique to the power industry and monitoring of contractors RAMS and quality control measures through supervision of construction activities and scheme engagement throughout the investment process.

In addition to this I also returned to Aston University on a part time basis to study for an additional foundation degree in Power Systems Management, which I achieved with distinction.

April 2009 – Feb 2012
SITE ENGINEER/ASSISTANT
VOLKER FITZPATRICK

I worked as a site engineer/assistant during my time at university whilst studying for my civil engineering degree, assisting with and leading some setting out during the DIRFT II project; mostly the highway tie in section and roundabout works

March 2012 – Sept 2012
HGV TECHNICIAN
LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL

After completing my degree and gaining employment with National Grid I worked again as an HGV technician before my start date with NG. I was the only HGV fitter employed within a larger workshop which carried out repair and maintenance on the entire council fleet of cars, motorcycles, minibuses etc. As such I managed the whole servicing and maintenance process for the entire council’s fleet of HGV’s and municipal vehicles, responsible for breakdowns, servicing, MOT and repairs, as well as managing parts ordering, scheduling and the collection and delivery of vehicles to meet timescales and cost.

Aug 2004 – Sept 2008
HGV TECHNICIAN,
KELTRUCK LTD., SCANIA GB

After leaving school at 16 I completed an advanced modern apprenticeship as an HGV mechanic for Keltruck Ltd, a representative of Scania GB. After completion of the programme I went on to achieve all but two required courses to attain master technician status, as well as qualifications specialising in air conditioning, passenger carrying vehicle safety and auto electronics.