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CV, Ex-military Construction, Resource Specialist, Operations Manager

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 36478
(02/09/1984, male)
List top 5 skills: engineer, maintenance engineer, mechanical engineer, operation manager, production manager, production supervisor, supervisor
Short Bio:

My name is Kingsley Udeogu and I am a practical, confident and resourceful young man with a very high degree of skillset in m
echanical and electrical systems. Having worked with Masters Energy in the operations department and with the British Army as an engineer logistics specialist, my experience with regards to operations management and supervision is considerable. This has exposed me to working and accomplishing targets in a diverse, multicultural environment while facing onerous challenges.

Current location: 

ME7 5QN - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Manufacturing and Operations, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

africa, United Kingdom



Career Summary

Date: 2012 to 2015
Position: Group Project Leader University of Greenwich London (Medway Campus)

Responsibilities included the effective management of group of engineering students in the successful accomplishment of given engineering task in Product design and development.

In order to achieve the competence needed for this position, the key skills necessary are high level of competence in IT and engineering design software such as (solidworks, AutoCAD, Ansys and Matlab), excellent analytical skills and applied science, good communication and organising skills, and good leadership skills.

Key Achievements

In 2013, was the group leader of 10 engineering students charged with the task of designing and developing a hand held rechargeable vacuum cleaner. This task was completed to the satisfaction of the project manager Dr Chi Hieu Le.

In 2013, was the group leader of a team of mechanical engineering student’s task with the design of a prototype Stirling engine which won the 2013 university thermodynamics design competition.

In 2014, was part of 10 engineering students tasked with the design and development of a cost effective environmental monitoring system

In 2014, was the group leader of a 6 engineering students charged with designing a Hydrocyclone cable of separating a slurry (sand and water). The expected product delivery of the Hydrocyclone is 460,000 tonnes/year. At the end of the design, the project supervisor Dr H. Belaidi was very pleased with the group design.

In 2015, was involve in a project which requires the careful and critical investigation of heat losses in a bend flow.

 

Date: 2007 to 2012
Position: Service Engineer / Logistic Specialist British Army Royal Engineers

Responsibilities included the resource and supply of all Royal Combat Engineers’ construction materials and equipment using state of the art supply and storage computer software. It also involve scheduling and supervising continuous maintenance of diesel and petrol automotive, machinery and mechanical construction equipment’s, using computerised systems to oversee and inspect routine maintenance and organise repairs.

In order to achieve the high level of competence required for this position, the key skills which were developed were leadership, creativity, ability to work well under pressure, ability to work well independently and as part of a team, ability to supervise and motivate others, and excellent IT skills, excellent communication and organising skills, knowledgeable in the operation and maintenance of petrol and diesel engines, familiar with automobiles and hydraulic systems.

Key Achievements

In 2008, played a major role in procurement, supply and maintenance of engineering materials and diesel operated equipments needed for the construction of accommodation quarters for 100 soldiers in Canada. The task was completed successfully as every material and equipment that was needed to get the job done was provided for at the right time in the right quantity, right condition and at the right place. Maintenance services of all equipment was update and repairs/replacement of faulty equipment was done to the required standard/specifications. The task went successful and at the end, a detail account of every material and equipment used was passed over to my commanding officer who was very pleased with the job done and recommended me for promotion.

In 2009 and 2010, prepared the necessary documentation needed for back-loading of serviceable and unserviceable communication equipment worth about £500,000 for repair. This was achieved using the state-of-the-art military logistics and supply chain management software system. Some of the equipment was repaired and those that could not be repaired were completely written-off and replenished with new sets. As a result, the operational efficiency of the signals and communications department was greatly improved.

In 2009 and 2011, worked as part of a team of 12 service engineer logistics specialist in Afghanistan responsible for over £200 million worth of construction equipment and building material needed for the construction of Forward Operating Base, defensive and observation positions, road and bridge building. Trucks and mechanical handling equipments (MHE) were used to facilitate the movement of goods, this made maintaining of this diesel trucks and MHE vital to a successful operation. In this case, a maintenance system was put in place and we worked very close with the design and construction engineers making sure every demand for construction equipment and material was met and delivered as quickly as possible using road transport or air transport system as the case may be.

In 2010, placed in charge of the regiment clothing store and was tasked with procurement of military wearables and personnel deployment kits needed to equip 800 soldiers going to Afghanistan on an operational tour. inorder to complete this task successful, had to employ the state-of-the-art military logistics and supply chain management software system and work very closely with the military main supply depot and logistic specialist personnel in other units. The task was Successfully accomplished and all resourced materials was accounted for and the final report presented to the units quarter master who was very pleased with my systematic handling of the task.

 

Date: 2005 to 2007
Position: Deputy Field Operations Manager / Liaison Officer Masters Energy (Oil &Gas)

Responsibilities involved logical planning and distribution of petroleum products to prospective customers while acting as the liaison between Masters Energy Oil and Gas and the storage companies. Also supervised and managed the welfare of 20 depot representatives in various depot where the company stores petroleum products while making sure that the task of moving these highly flammable products are done safely and efficiently.

Key Achievements:

Between 2005 and 2007, over 400 million litres of petroleum products were successfully delivered to customers all around the country. As a result, the company was able to expand extensively. Today, it has its own petroleum storage facilities which are some of the largest in West Africa. During my tenure with Masters Energy, my supervisory, leadership and motivational skills improved greatly along with meeting clients’ requirements whilst working to tight deadlines as part of a team.

 

Date: 2003 to 2005
Position: Quarry Senior Operative Crush Stone Construction Limited

Responsibilities includes working as part of the site production team and was also responsible for ensuring daily tasks are completed including general site housekeeping, basic maintenance, operating the weighbridge, taking customer orders. Part of the job also involve safe and efficient operation of mobile (loading shovel) and fixed plant and the mixing of asphalt for road construction purpose.

Key Achievements:

Between 2003 and 2005, over 4 million tone of Aggregate products were successfully delivered to customers all around the eastern part of Nigeria. As a result, the company was able to contribute to major road construction projects. During my tenure with Crush-Stone Nigeria Limited, my proficiency in undertaking site housekeeping and basic maintenance tasks to ensure a pleasant and safe working environment, conducting daily mobile plant safety checks including record keeping, safe operation of mobile and fixed plant, as trained, authorised and instructed, achieving of daily production targets, as instructed, including completion of associated records and undertaking manual labour including digging, lifting and mixing of asphalt. As a result my supervisory, leadership and motivational skills improved greatly along with meeting clients’ requirements whilst working to tight deadlines as part of a team.

 

Key Skills

• Supervisory and leadership experience in technical and commercial environments.

• Excellent analytical skills and applied science

• Excellent communication and organising skills.

• CITB Site Management Safety Trained.

• Ability to apply knowledge creatively to solve problems.

• Specialist IT skills i.e. Microsoft, solidworks, AutoCAD, Ansys and Matlab.

• Specialist skills in operations and supply chain management software such as ERP.

• Experience in dealing with a wide range of diverse people, including clients, contractors, designers and directors.

• Operating and maintaining mobile plant in a safe and efficient manner.

• Knowledgeable in the operation and maintenance of petrol and diesel engines

• Familiar with automobiles and hydraulic systems.

• Organisational and administrative abilities, such as time and resource planning.

• Full UK driver’s licence category C.

• Mechanical handling equipment (MHE) licence including rough terrain forklift.

• First aid skills.

 

Education, Training & Qualifications

In view (2016) MSc Engineering Management University of Greenwich, School of Engineering, MSc Engineering Management. Subject to be studied include: Research Methodology, Strategy and Management, Technology Enterprise, Advanced Principles in Lean Manufacturing, Global Engineering: Theory and Practice, Advanced Principles in Supply Chain Management, Individual Project and Dissertation, Quality Engineering and Process Improvement Techniques.

Nov 2015 NEBOSH General Certificate NEBOSH’s Certificate-level qualifications provide an excellent foundation in health and safety for managers, supervisors and other staff and employees with health and safety responsibilities. It is accepted by IOSH – the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health – in meeting the academic requirements for Technician Membership of IOSH (Tech IOSH).

Oct 2015 CITB Certification on SMSTS The CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme, or SMSTS for short, is a health and safety course which is intended for project managers, site managers and senior supervisors, as well as proprietors of smaller companies.

Jul 2015 BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering University of Greenwich, School of Engineering, BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering. Subject studied to date include: Engineering Application Mechanical, Computer Aided Design, Mechanical Principles, Mechanical Design, Material and Manufacturing, Dynamics of Mechanical System, Mechanics of Material, Fluid Mechanics Thermodynamics, Thermal Power Plant, Operations Management, Numerical Methods for Mechanical Engineers, Bulk Fluid and Solid Handling Technology, Group and Individual Project, and Engineering Management.

Aug 2011 Four A-Levels which includes Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics.

May 2010 Engineer Logistics Specialist class 1

Mar 2009 Military Combat Engineer class 2

Mar 2008 Category C and Mechanical Handling Equipment (MHE) Driving Licence

Jun 2008 NVQ Level 3 Distribution Warehousing and Storage

Jun 2008 NVQ Level 2 Certificate Personal Skill and Development

Jun 2008 NVQ Level 2 Certificate Health and Safety in Work Place

Jun 2008 European Computer Drive Licence (ECDL)

Jul 2002 Ten GCSE’s including Mathematics and English Language

 

Awards & Memberships Of Professional Bodies

Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport

The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Student member.

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Student member

 

Leisure & Interests

I enjoy reading, listening to music, family activities, playing football and travelling.

 

References

Available on request