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Environmental Analyst

Location:
White Plains, New York, United States
Salary:
within range
Posted:
February 25, 2011
Email:
c7w5vy@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
*********@*******.***


Nanzhu Li

** ********* ***, ***-*, White Plains, NY 10601

(917) ***-**** c7w5vy@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: Seeking an entry level position as new graduate in environmental science and engineering field in a laboratory or in the field that will enable me to use my organization skills, educational background and ability to work well with people.

SUMMARY:

• Possess extensive experience in lab skills and ensuring experiment procedures are followed correctly

• Well-versed in environmental monitoring and analysis of air and water through wet chemical testing or instrumentation

EDUCATION:

Masters of Science in Environmental Science August 2010

Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Master Thesis:

“Volunteer Stream Monitoring: A Comparison of Methods Used in NY, NJ, CT” July 2010

Project:

GIS Hub @ Pace website sponsored by Pace Thinkfinity Grant August 2009

• Created internal website, GIS Hub @ Pace University (gis.pace.edu, internal), to store project data & instructional videos

Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering May 2007

Yantai University, Yantai, China

Publication:

“Study on the Activator of Activity of CFB Boiler Fly Ash,” 2007 (1) January 2007

Reproductive Resource Research Journal, 37-39

Academic Project:

“Reuse of Fly Ash” sponsored by the Yantai University Scientific Innovation Fund November 2005

EXPERIENCE:

Student Laboratory Assistant September 2008 to May 2010

Chemistry & Physical Science Department at Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

• Prepared experiments for students for organic, inorganic and physical chemistry classes

• Ordered lab materials and supplies, and conducted inventories of chemicals

• Maintained laboratory equipment instrumentation

Environmental Analyst July 2007 to July 2008

Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center, Shanghai, China

• Prepared and analyzed environmental samples in the laboratory and took air and water samples in fields

• Used GC 112A to test TVOC (total volatile organic compounds)

• Used Agilent 6820 to test total non-methane hydrocarbons

• Used Agilent 6890N to test BTEXs (including benzene, toluene, ethyl-benzene, di-methyl-benzene, styrene)

• Tested oil and grease in water using infrared spectrophotometer F2000GB/T

• Tested anionic surfactants, cyanide and phenol using ultraviolet spectrophotometer

Laboratory and Field Technician October 2004 to January 2004

Yantai Ocean and Fishery Monitor Station

• Performed ocean environment monitoring via sampling on the sea and investigation in on-board laboratory

• Recorded chemical and physical parameters of ocean water

SKILLS:

Languages: Bilingual in English and Chinese

Computers: MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Dreamweaver, GIS

References:

Mary Minnis, PhD

Professor, Pace University

861 Bedford Road,

Pleasantville, NY 10570

914-***-****

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Professor Minnis was one of my professor as well as my academic advisor while I attended Pace University.

Inna Krasinskaya, PhD

Director, Pace University

861 Bedford Road,

Pleasantville, NY 10570

914-***-****

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Inna was my supervisor when I worked at Pace as a student assistant in the chemistry lab.

Fei (Sophie) Chen

Director, Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center

Building No.1, Block 988, Ping Liang Road,

Shanghai, China 200082

+86-021-55215697

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Fei was my director then I worked at Shanghai Textile Energy Saving & Environmental Protection Center.