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Engineering Mechanical Engineer

London, Greater London, United Kingdom
May 20, 2017

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An innovative and proactive developing engineer with comprehensive understanding of core engineering principles and practices with quick learning ability. Possessing tenacious motivation derived from the desire to achieve both self and team orientated goals.


Mechanical Engineer: Cummins Inc, UK.

September 2014-August 2016-: Joined the global company, responsible for the design and manufacture of diesel engines and emissions related products for current and new customer applications.


Certified maintenance and basic calibration (Engine Control module & Aftertreatment Control module) experience with ISB4.5 & 6.7 (Euro V & Euro VI) diesel engines inclusive of Electrical and Mechanical systems.

Software controls- Create electrical/mechanical system test benches to analyze performance, conduct electrical diagnostics and troubleshooting for NOx Sensors, Differential Pressure Sensors, Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensors, Aftertreatment Control Module and Engine Control Module in compliance with J1939 requirements for communication and diagnostics.

Program and calibrate data acquisition modules for vibration data extraction and post-analysis.

Building rapport with customers in order to guide research, testing, data analysis and correction proposal initiatives for new, current and re-designed Engine and Aftertreatment components.

Conduct 7-Step Product Problem solving projects with Product Engineering team, utilising tools such as Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Root Cause Analysis (RCA) & FMEA in order to resolve engine or aftertreatment issues arising from fault codes for internal and external customers.

Project Lead for Cummins Emissions Solutions STEM events.

Create VBA Macro and MATLAB scripts for both Product and Customer Engineering department to eliminate manual data processes on frequent tasks.

Assist in conducting FEA and CFD analysis on Engine and Aftertreatment mechanical components in order to generate manufacturing cost reduction ideas.

DFMEA to identify risks and evaluate appropriate engineering approach.

Develop Installation Quality Assurance (IQA) procedures and Application Engineering Bulletins (AEB’s) for Value Package Introduction (VPI), to ensure components and subcomponents are installed accurately, safely and within design specification to exceed customer expectations for medium-heavy duty engine systems.

Participated in a range of Six Sigma projects as a core team member, with working knowledge of Six Sigma initiatives.

Student Manufacturing Engineer: Aircelle Ltd (SAFRAN Group), Burnley, UK

June 2012-Sept 2012: Assigned to the Manufacturing Department for the Rolls Royce Trent 700 and 900 engine composite (Carbon Fibre) nacelle manufacture, assembly and testing. Heavily utilised Six Sigma- type tools to improve product quality.


Hands on nacelle manufacturing within clean room.

Composite Product testing utilising destructive and non-destructive testing methods.

Conducted nacelle functionality tests for thrust reversers.

Manufacturing Process Improvement through reviewing error records of past interchangeability inspection checks (ICY) and identifying key areas of improvement.

Implement a streamlined production process by developing modified kit and fire blanket trollies. The execution of the new process reduced production time by 1000 hours/year to pass Rolls Royce audit.

Key Skills & Competencies

Software: Matlab, Python, Simulink, Ansys Fluent, ABAQUS, Catia V5, Solidworks, AutoCad, MathCad

Design of Experiments

Technical report writing and presentation

National Instruments

Microsoft Office package

Level 1 German Certificate(Oral and written)

Time management and leading effective meetings & Self presentation

Process and system improvement

Able to work with limited supervision

Problem solving: Technical or Non technical


April 2015:- Received recognition award from Cummins General Manager and Vice-President for instrumental role.

For leading a team of graduate engineers to create a user interactive game for the Big Bang 2015 STEM national event.

The goal of the game was to teach 5-18 year olds Cummins products and technology, hence promoting the company

October 2013: - Nominated by peers and lecturers to manage a team of 7 to deliver creative solution to wildlife tracking in remote regions of Madagascar.

-Aimed to aid scientific research utilizing autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology.

-Led the team to secure £2000 funding from a preliminary design review attended by members of BAE and Manchester Life Sciences.

November 2008:- Featured in the voice newspaper(Britain's favorite black newspaper) for Outstanding academic achievement.

September 2008: - Award received at Imperial College London for "Outstanding achievement on Aerospace Experiments and written Projects

June 2008:- Awarded the Nuffield Engineering bursary


September 2010 to July 2014:

Bachelors of Engineering: Aerospace Engineering, The University of Manchester, UK.

Grade: 2.1 (Hons)

Master of Engineering: Aerospace Engineering, The University of Manchester, UK.

Grade: 2.1 (Hons)

Thesis: Modeling and testing of the Aeroelastic characteristics of a wing model

Masters Electives: Composites, Aerospace structures, Control Engineering, Advanced Aerospace Propulsion, Advanced Vibrations, Aero-Acoustics, Aerodynamics, Applied Engineering Mathematics, Reliability and Maintainability, Legal Issues, and Advanced Aerospace Design.


Keen interest on latest engineering technology and research, with subscriptions spanning from Aerospace, Energy and Automotive Industries.

Keen interest in rugby and football

Member of the Folio Society, interest in mythological books and ancient history.


Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)

Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society

National society of black Engineers

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