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Quality/Reliability Engineering and Project Management

Location:
Chandler, Arizona, United States
Posted:
August 28, 2017

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**** * ****** **, ********, AZ *****(480) ***-**** ● ac11s9@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY: Engineering graduate with project management, data/statistical analysis, and critical thinking experience

seeking full time employment to begin August 2017.

EDUCATION GPA: 3.30

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Engineering Management December 2016

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona

SKILLS

Project Management (WBS, MS Project, GANTT/ PERT chart, Scope / Schedule control)

Value Stream Mapping

Statistical Analysis

Risk Management (Event tree, fault tree, fishbone, FMEA)

Statistical Process Control (Control Charts and Analysis)

Intermediate Python Programming Language

Intermediate SQL and Java Programming Languages

Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access, Project, Visio)

ACADEMIC PROJECTS

Component Life Reliability Capstone, Empire-CAT, Mesa, Arizona Spring/ Fall 2016

Developed a method to data mine and quantify gear life of Caterpillar mining trucks.

Programmed Python code to analyze life data and refine data set.

Implemented Python code to perform Weibull analysis on the refined data set.

oCalculated the descriptive statistics (mean, median, scale, shape, reliability at various percentages and expected life with various confidence levels)

oGenerated a Weibull probability plot on a log scale showing the life in hours and the CDF value.

Automated data reporting and generation of Microsoft Power Point to display analysis output.

Planned, managed, and reported status of the project using Microsoft Project.

Directed weekly meetings with the team and project sponsor.

Work Analysis and Design, Zero Energy, Orange County, California Spring 2015

Utilized Lean principles (DMAIC) to analyze Zero Energy’s appointment scheduling/management process.

Created a value stream map to identify red flags and prioritize low hanging fruit.

Identified opportunity and implemented solution to obtain a 30% reduction in labor cost associated with appointment scheduling process.

Related

IEE 300 (Economic Analysis for Engineers)

IEE 431 (Engineering Administration)

IEE 305 (Information Systems Engineering)

IEE 437 (Human Factors Engineering)

IEE 369 (Work Analysis and Design)

IEE 454 (Risk Management)

IEE 376 (Operations Research Deterministic Techniques/Applications)

IEE 456 (Into to Systems Engineering)

IEE 458 (Project Management)

IEE 380 (Probability and Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving)

IEE 474 (Quality Control)

IEE 477 (System Dynamics and Thinking)

IEE 385 (Engineering Statistics: Probability)

IEE 485 (Systems Design Capstone I)

IEE 394 (Extreme Excel)

IEE 486 (Systems Design Capstone II)

IEE 412 (Intro to Financial Engineering)

COURSEWORK – All at Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University



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