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Electrical Engineer Project Manager

Location:
Brampton, Ontario, L6R 2A5, Canada
Salary:
80K
Posted:
June 06, 2012   all resumes
Email:
c9omlx@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
***********@*****.***


MUHAMMAD JAMIL K, P. Eng. Ontario.
* ******* ***** ****
Brampton, ON, L6R 2A5
Home :( 289)***-****
Cell 647-***-****

Dear Sir/ Madam
Position: Electrical Engineer
Please consider my application for the position of Electrical Engineer. My resume is enclosed for your perusal. I am a licensed professional engineer in Ontario.
I have extensive experience of 21 years at HYDRO ( BACK HOME) of designing of transmission, distribution, generation, protection as well as building illumination and fire protection system followed by national fire protection association.
I worked in load dispatch centre (SCADA) for five years to control the whole system including 25 grid stations and deals with 3000MW load. Also I have six years at Bombardier Aerospace, Design Engineer Experience in Toronto. I am a highly skilled and motivated individual who works with minimum technical supervision and a fast learner.

I feel confident that an interview with you would affirm that I would be an excellent electrical engineering team member.
Thank you for consideration.

Sincerely,

M. Jamil Khan

MUHAMMAD JAMIL KHAN, P. Eng. ON
7 Anglers Catch Lane
Brampton, ON, L6R2A5
Home: 289-***-****
Cell: 647-***-****
Email: c9omlx@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE
Seeking a position as ELECTRICAL ENGINEER that requires engineering knowledge in the area of electrical field
CAREER SUMMARY
• Extensive design experience with load calculations, illumination, voltage drop, short circuit, grounding/lightning protection calculations and sizing of equipment (feeders/cables, circuit-breakers, transformers and generators
• Design, erection and commissioning of 220KV, 132KV & 66KV transmission line, sub-station and grid station. Lighting and fire protection design as per NFPA standard
• Knowledge of electrical design requirements for industrial, commercial, residential, health care, institutional/recreational/entertainment
• Electrical project evaluation, installation and maintenance for Grid/sub-station
• Load calculation, preparation of tender specification, implementation & commissioning
• Experienced in power electrical designing, transmission, distribution & sub-station
• Technical understanding, conceptual skills. Electrification of building follows the Canadian Electric Code
• Excellent time management and problem solving skills

AFILIATION
Licensed Professional Engineer, Ontario 2009

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering (Equivalent to Canadian Engineering
Degree) 1st.Class

EXPERIENCE
BOMBARDIER, AEROSPACE Electrical Engineer, Toronto,
2006-2012(March)
• Six years of extensive experience working with BOMBARDIER Aerospace in engineering and design
• Prepare technical specification, proposals, bids and evaluation of bids, issue recommendation towards the contract: determine technical choices, conduct engineering studies and implementation of projects related to aerospace: collect data and develop scope for designing and engineering details for equipment and new installation
• Make engineering calculations in connection with field and office assignments
• Ensure compliance with safety requirements and standards procedures
• Perform highly specialized design, research, and analysis on a project-by-project basis and advise on code compliance: planning of projects, operation and maintenance, Quality control

HONEYWELL (Aerospace), Mississauga, Electronic Assembler, Contract 2004-2006
• Built & installed wire harness for secondary electrical power distribution panel
• Assembled electronic & electrical components to the standard shop procedure
• Familiar in using various pneumatic & mechanical tools
• Connected wires of various gauges & wire point to point
• Torque hardware according to specification
• Operates different types of laser machines
• Maintained safe work environment by following standards and procedures, complying with legal regulations and codes

CELISTICA INC. Toronto Production Assistant, Contract, 2003-2004

• Carried out manual and mechanical assembly
• ICT testing of PCB board
• Operated electrical and pneumatic press machines & attached connectors for PCB.
• Carried out functional test and in circuit test & undertook re-work for PCB’s

HYDRO BACK HOME KARACHI 1981-2003

DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER 2000-2003

• Design, Erection and Commissioning of 220KV/132KV overhead/underground trans mission line interconnected ring system of 11 grid stations
• The technical specification covers the survey, design, manufacture, factory testing
• Laying and installation, interfacing with the existing system, site testing, commissioning and final acceptance of single core 220/132 KV oil filled cable and optical fibre cable: de-sign of long span calculation
• Design consideration ambient temperature, relative humidity, soil thermal resistivity: warning tape must be laid over backfilling of sand
• The sealing end shall be insulated by SF6 switchgear or the transformer.
• Cable oil pressure maintained 200 psi and in the event of leak extra 50 litre oil must be kept as a surplus
EXECUTIVE ENGINEER Substation 1995-2000
• Designed 11KV/400V distribution network with ring main system
• Power distribution transformer selected was oil immersed, naturally cooled, 3 phase indoor type
• The transformers were 11/0.415KV, 50Hz of different ratings
• The incoming and outgoing circuit breakers were vacuum type with a rupturing capacity of 350 MVA 11 KV, 630 Amps
• Initial symmetrical short circuit current was calculated. Duration of the short circuit was taken as 1 second
EXECUTIVE ENGINEER LOAD DISPATCH CENTRE 1990-1995 (SCADA)
• Manage the whole system network comprising more than 55 grid stations and connected 20 power stations (hydro power, thermal power, and gas turbine and nuclear power sta-tions).
• The system voltage connected with ring main system of 500, 220, 132 and 66KV network
• Load calculation of different transmission lines and transformers either, power or distri-bution and manage it according to rating of conductor and transformers

EXECUTIVE ENGINEER DESIGN GRID PROJECTS 1986-1990
• Design, erection and commissioning of 132 KV turnkey grid stations
• 132 KV metal enclosure installed, SF6 insulated indoor type incorporated a double bus bar ring system
• Rated voltage 132KV, max: working voltage 145KV, rated frequency 50HZ, breaking current 31.5KV, rated bus bar current 2500A, impulse withstand voltage 650 KV
• The rated breaking current of the installation within a time of 200ms and that the total trip time of the first- stage protection is less than 150ms
• The CB must satisfy all aspects of IEC 56 and all other applicable regulations
• The total break time of the CB must not exceed 50msec with min. gas density and min. DC control voltage
• The minimum creep age distances phase-to-earth of bushing required according to the IEC 137 shall be increased by a factor of 1.5 i.e. 3.45 cm/KV

EXECTIVE ENGINEER PROTECTION 1981-1986
• The protective relays are to be divided into two groups such as group 2 for instance, represents the back up of group 1
• There are different types of protection such as over current, earth fault, differential protection, overload protection, earth leakage protection, buchholz protection (transformer tank & tap changer.
• Fault analysis as tripping of different types of relays; setting of the relays must be checked periodically as per stages of relays: stage 1 of low time setting as compared to stage 2
• During analysis of fault we can find out the impedance (distance relay) with respect to distance of the fault
• The grid stations shall be equipped with bus bar protection fulfilling the following require-ments
i) Discriminate against faults on either bus bar in double bus single breaker ar-rangement
ii) Isolate minimum section of the bus bar by taking into consideration the position of the coupler and the sectionalize isolators
• Instruments transformers CT’s and PT’s used for protection as well as metering purpose
• DC current 220V nickel-cadmium battery and 2 rectifiers: the battery comprising with 160-172 cells: the rectifiers are thirstier-controlled type for stand –by parallel operation with the associated battery
• Main connections 3x380V, 50HZ, 220V DC, 130A charging voltage 1.4Volts per cell
COMPUTER SKILLS
MS-office (word, excel, power point), Auto Cad, Internet
Operating Systems: Windows 98, 2000
Others: Various engineering software
REFERENCES WILL BE AVAILABE UPON REQUEST