Qualifications & Education
2007-2010 Undergraduate degree: BEng 2.2 in Electronic Engineering
University of York
2005-2007 A-Levels: Maths (C), Physics (D), Computing (A)
AS-Levels: Business Studies (B), Critical Thinking (C)
Holy Cross College, Bury
2000-2005 GCSEs: 10 A*-C including Maths, English Language and literature, and Double Science
Matthew Moss High School, Rochdale
Analogue circuits: analysis (finding all present currents and voltages) and realisation (using PSPICE, breadboards and PCBs for applications such as power amplifiers and filters).
Digital circuits: derivation (through logic reduction and RTL techniques before going onto fault coverage and test generation) and realisation (using microprocessors, FPGAs and microcontrollers).
C++: from basic control statements and user I/O to creating functions, classes and data structures. Also, knowing to program intuitively by appropriately naming variables and annotating the code.
Final year project: used MATLAB extensively in the conceptual design of a digital hearing aid system.
Micro jobs worker at Clickworker
December 2011–December 2013
Internet evaluator at Lionbridge
Responsibilities: rated internet content both in and out of context of user search queries.
April 2011–August 2011
Assistant production engineer at Elcometer
Responsibilities: wrote sets of instructions for packers and assemblers and improved on various test procedure documents. Also undertook a single risk assessment as well as formatting and digitising existing ones that dealt with COSHH.
Reason for leaving: I was only on a temporary contract that was originally six weeks long which I had managed to extend until they had no more relevant work to give me.
October 2010–May 2011
Steward at Rochdale Football Club
Responsibilities as steward: generally helping in maintaining order in the ground before, during and after the game, assisting people and enforcing rules.
November 2008–April 2010
Steward at York City Football Club
Generally tries to be diligent and effective in life: through systematically both finding ways to develop oneself and completing tasks, while being respectful to others and not a distraction.
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