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I am currently available for work
Serial No: 18488

List top 5 skills: autocad., designer, inventor
Short Bio:

I am a reliable, ambitious & highly motivated person. I am experienced in a number of different design packages such as: AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Factory Design Suite and Navisworks. I am also competent and confident at using all Microsoft Office applications.

I have a broad range of experience & technical knowledge within mechanical & structural engineering design and of producing detailed design, P&ID, GA & fabrication drawings to BS 8888.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

English

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, other

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Qualifications & Training

• HNC – Mechanical Engineering (2009)

• NVQ Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – Design & Draughting (2009)

• ONC – Operations & Maintenance (2007)

Other:

• SigmaNEST 9.1 profile training course – Sigmatek (2013)

• ASME BPVC – Lloyds Register (2011)

• Autodesk Inventor Basics – Symitri (2010)

• ECITB Safety Passport – MC2 Solutions ltd. (2009)

• CDM Regulations 2007 Duty Holders – In House (2007)

• Design & Draughting Basics – NETA Training Centre (2006)

• AutoCAD – NETA Training Centre (2006)

Career Summary

Overview

I am a reliable, ambitious & highly motivated person, currently employed as a Mechanical Designer by Wilton Engineering.

I am experienced in a number of different design packages such as: AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Factory Design Suite and Navisworks. I am also competent and confident at using all Microsoft Office applications.

I am currently working towards becoming a member of the IMechE and achieving EngTech status. I have a positive attitude to training & development and aim to succeed in every task put towards me.

Date: March 2014 – Present
Employer: Wilton Engineering – Port Clarence Road, Middlesbrough, TS2 1RZ

Position: Structural / Mechanical Designer

June to Dec 2014 –
FCTs – Floating Cable Tank Loading Arm

I worked as part of a project taskforce undertaking the engineering and detailed design of a Loading Arm for a Floating Cable Tank. My duties as a Mechanical Designer included: Producing general arrangement & fabrication drawings in Inventor, to propose schemes & solutions to various problems within the design phase and to produce the related sketch drawings & 3D models.

I also produced 3D models of all the equipment required on the project using Autodesk Inventor and also kept up to date the project drawing registry, project BoMs and drawing files.

March to July 2014 –
N.O.V – Western Isles Mid-Water Arches

I worked as part of a large engineering design team, based at the Port Clarence Offshore Base in Middlesbrough, designing two Mid-Water Arches for the Dana Petroleum Western Isles Project. My duties as a Mechanical Designer were to produce fabrication drawings, detailed design drawings and associated 3D Models of various components & equipment using Autodesk Inventor.

Date: September 2013 – February 2014
Employer: DNV GL – Units 6 & 7 Silverton Court, Cramlington, NE23 7RZ

Position: Design Engineer

At DNV GL I worked as part of a small engineering team that provided analysis & engineering consultancy to the Subsea, Marine and Oil & Gas industries.

My main duties as a design engineer included; producing 3D models in Autodesk Inventor, producing general arrangement, deck layout & fabrication drawings in Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD.

Some of my other duties included mentoring graduate engineers, maintaining the office CAD systems and being the main point of reference for CAD and engineering drawing questions or queries.

Date: February 2013 – September 2013
Employer: Clyde Process ltd – Carolina Court, Lakeside, Doncaster, DN4 5RA

Position: Mechanical Design Engineer

I worked as part of a small project focused team producing bespoke material handling equipment for a client’s specific requirement. My duties as a mechanical design engineer include; producing 3D models in Autodesk Inventor, producing general arrangement, site layout, P&ID and fabrication drawings.

Some of the clients I worked for while at Clyde Process are: Tata Steel, British Gypsum, SSI UK, Siemens VAI and The Drax Group.

Date: February 2012 – February 2013
Employer: Wilton Engineering – Port Clarence Road, Middlesbrough, TS2 1RZ

Position: Design Draughtsman

Projects:
Nov 2012 to Feb 2013 – Subsea7 – Rope Deflector

I worked closely with a single lead engineer to design a rope deflection system for a 2-fall auxiliary hook. My duties as the lead design draughtsman were to produce initial concept models, proposal sketches, fabrication drawings, detailed design drawings and associated 3D Models using Autodesk Inventor.

I also had to produce and keep up to date drawing registers, BoMs, and drawing folders. As part of the client specification I also had to prepare drawings for 3rd party inspection by Lloyds Register.

Feb to Nov 2012 –
Subsea7 – Pipe Handling System / Field Coating Station

I worked as part of a large engineering design team, based at the Port Clarence Offshore Base in Middlesbrough, designing a Pipe Handling System and Field Coating Station for the Seven Seas pipe lay vessel. My duties as a design draughtsman were to produce fabrication drawings, detailed design drawings and associated 3D Models of various components & equipment using Autodesk Inventor.

I also had to keep up to date drawing registers, produce BoMs, Check drawings and contribute to the design of both the Coating Station & Pipe Handling System.

Date: July 2011– February 2012
Employer: K Home International – Ingram house, Thornaby, TS17 9HA

Position: Mechanical Designer

July 2011 to Feb 2012 –
Ma’aden Aluminium – Casthouse Facility

I worked as part of a large project taskforce undertaking the detailed design of a large aluminium casthouse facility in Saudi Arabia. My duties as a Mechanical Designer included: Producing general site arrangement & enlarged arrangement drawings in AutoCAD, to propose schemes & designs for various operations within the casthouse and to produce the related sketch drawings & 3D models.

I also produced 3D models of all the mechanical equipment on the project using Autodesk Inventor and also kept up to date the overall casthouse model using Autodesk Navisworks.

 

More employment history is available upon request.