A ambitions, highly-skilled, bi-lingual, Fluent in written and spoken Arabic, respected Engineer and Lecturer in Electronic, Electrical and Control Engineering with extensive experience, notable achievements and success earned in the manufacturing engineering industry and latterly, the education sector. Combines a broad portfolio of teaching, technical and commercial skills with an appetite for challenging work and personal achievement. resourceful and capable of working to demanding standards,
Fields of Special Competence
Wide range of experience in diverse educational environments
Skilled and committed facilitator, classroom practitioner and teacher
Curricula development, development and management of educational and training programmes
Coaching, counselling, development of life skills and self-esteem in others
Educational quality assurance standards and performance management
Accomplished listening, negotiating and influencing skills
Empowering, coaching, motivating and developing individuals and teams, mentoring staff colleagues
Incisive analytical, problem-solving and troubleshooting skills – able to view problems with a solution-oriented perspective
Assimilation, analysis, manipulation and communication of complex technical data/information
Meticulous planning and organisational skills – good eye for detail
Calm, controlled and focused under pressure
Managing challenging behaviour and social interaction issues
Knowledge of social, cultural inclusion and diversity issues
Assured, credible and confident presentation and public-speaking skills
Relationship management – trust and consensus building with students, staff, management and other stakeholders
Coleg Cambria, Flintshire 2007 – Present
Lecturer in Electrical/Electronic/Control Engineering
Currently employed be a thriving, progressive college which offers a wide range of technical, business, vocational and community courses up to degree level. Lecturer in Electrical/Electronics/Control subject including mathematics and business systems on a range of courses.
Coleg Cambria employs over 1500 staff and provides a broad spectrum of courses for around 30,000 learners. Primarily responsible for teaching and developing a range of Electrical, Electronics & Control Engineering courses.
Lecturing on the courses from the college programme
Staff recruitment and selection
Supporting and mentoring teaching staff continued
Development of on-line teaching facilities
Development of mechanisms for off-site specialist training for nationally recruited students including the development of websites/intranet/moodle and blackboard to aid learning and assessment process
Course leader/Coordinator for Higher national courses
Development and implementation of improved methods for students to monitor their progress remotely via password protected website, allowing access of information throughout North Wales.
Liaising with Glyndwr OpTic Technium management team to develop a strategic plan for the optical industry in England and Wales
Liaising with industrial employers in North Wales and North West England to develop the Higher National certificate in control engineering
General Motors Europe Plc 1993 – 2007
Maintenance Engineer/Team leader Maintenance Division
General Motors Europe employs over 55,000 staff in nine European countries and manufactures a wide range motor vehicles, heavy goods vehicles and power train. Primarily responsible for scheduled systems maintenance and breakdown and repair management.
Management of maintenance responsibilities
Training junior engineers
Staff recruitment and selection
Staff development and progression
Facility coordination and staff time management
Work schedules and continuous improvement management
Liaising with plant departments to maintain production schedules and achieving targets
Metal Improvement Company Ltd Maintenance Engineer 1990 – 1993
Worked in the Middle East Maintenance Engineer 1985 – 1990
Other Areas of influence, Involvement and Achievement
Course leader/Co-ordinator for optical science and technology industry in conjunction WDA/Technium OpTic and Glyndwr University – successfully secured in excess of £250,000 of EU funding to develop this course
Created and delivered on-site training courses for various companies including TATA steel and UPM
Personal and Professional Development
I have consistently demonstrated my ambition, determination and abilities by pursuing further training, development and progression throughout my career. I maintain a broad range of interests and skills that my position demands and welcome the opportunity for professional and personal development that challenging work offers.
Recent Continuing Professional Development
Liverpool John Moores University 2014 Membership of IET
Glyndwr University 2014 Post Graduate Certificate in Education
Coleg Cambria 2014 Internal Verifiers award (Compliance)
Deeside College 2010 Membership of the New Engineering Fellowship
Coleg Cambria 2008 Embedding Equality into the Curriculum
Education and Qualifications
Liverpool John Moores University 2014 BEng (Hons) Industrial Electronics and Control Engineering
Glyndwr University 2009 HNC Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Deeside College 2008 A1 Assessors Award in Education
Baghdad University 1986 BSc (Hons) Science & Physics
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