CV, UK based Mechanical and Aerospace Engineer targets Toronto Canada

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 11896

Skills keywords: best practices, cost reduction, documentation control, project management, quality error mitigation
Short Bio:

Motivated engineer with aerospace experience, experience with both large and small sized businesses. Past based experience with tooling design, aerospace documentation and lean-sigma. Keen developer of best-practice and procedures.

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: Irish
Preferred Sector of Employment:  , Manufacturing and Operations
Spoken languages: english, german, irish
Location I am interested in working: canada

Career Review

Production Engineer (Current)

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, Messier-Services MRO, Gloucester, United Kingdom

• Identification of improved process tools and procedures (kaizen).

• Management of non-compliances, corrective action on quality escapes (8D analysis) and quality improvement actions.

• Leading development of tooling requirements including design, maintenance, reliability and repeatability.

• Assisting with specification of new machine and process tools.

• Supporting standardisation of operational documentation.

• Exploring and identifying best practices.

• Technical review of documentation including SBs, ADs, CMM updates and process specifications.

• Co-ordination of new repairs and concessions.

• Auditing (internal and supplier).

• Internal work procedures, QCP compliance, product, scrap review support.

• Maintenance and development of current and new capability.

• OEM, supplier and customer interfacing.

• Process ownership.

Graduate Engineer (1.5 years)

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, Gloucester, United Kingdom (including three months in Messier-Dowty Ajax Toronto)

• Created report layouts to allow floor inspectors to submit concessions.

• Shop floor work in Gloucester: gear stripping, inspection, machining, NDT, etc.

• Assembly and disassembly of gears, both on-site and with Aircraft-On-Ground in London Luton Airport and Devon, UK.

• Product description documents for Eurofighter, BAE146, Tornado, & P180.

• Eurofighter and BAE146 modifications.

• Handling Technical Events for Customer Service Engineering.

• Customer Service Engineering projects; development of repair reference documents, temperature indication paint testing, measurement of thickness of bogie beam beneath stop pad for A330/A340

• Tooling design of scraper to be used by Surface Treatment for testing of paint coupons.

• Capital Expenditure and evaluating purchase of a new CNC machine for regrinding cutters.

• Standardising CF-18 repair layouts for NLG and MLG in R&O of Ajax and designed a program to filter this data into manageable quantities.

Intern Mechanical Engineer (9 months)

2M Engineering, Veldhoven, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

• Designing and testing of hermetic packaging for an Electric Doubled Layered Capacitor (also known as a SuperCapacitor) for use in camera phones.

• Testing specific conductivity of high concentrate battery acid.

• Certifications from the EU on Rules on Hazardous Substances (EU Directive 2002/95/EC).

• Technical and electrical drawings (using SolidWorks) for experimental apparatus and tooling.


Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (2012 – present)

Continued Professional Development to CEng (P.Eng equivalent). Expected 2015/2016.

University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland (2008 – 2012)

Honours Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering

Heywood Secondary School, Republic of Ireland (2002 – 2012)

Honours Leaving Certificate (equivalent to a Canadian Diploma or 4.5 British A-levels)


English (native), Irish Gaelic (advanced), German (intermediate), Afrikaans (intermediate)