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Engineer Mechanical Engineering

Trumbull, Connecticut, 06611, United States
February 08, 2018

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Mimiko Christine Liba

** ************ ***. ********, ** 06611 • 551-***-**** •


Highly motivated, detail-oriented, and performance-driven engineer with comprehensive technical knowledge in mechanics. Adept at creative problem-solving and utilizing resources for maximum efficiency. Recognized for professionalism, a positive attitude, and commitment to excellence. Demonstrated effective communication and collaboration with senior management, associates, and customers. Able to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines under pressure. Works independently, or as a contributive team member with minimal guidance. Seeking new challenges within an industry-leading professional organization involving mechanical design, energy solutions, management, and quality assurance.


Strategic Planning

Problem Solving

Data Analysis

Process Improvement

Root Cause Analysis

Multi-Project Coordination

Project Leadership and Teamwork

Technical Writing and Editing

Bilingual English and Japanese

•Microsoft Office (Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Publisher)

•Basic SolidWorks, MATLAB, PSpice

•Adobe Illustrator


•Google Earth Pro

•Voyager (Motorola)


SBP Consulting, LLC (Test Engineer), Silver Spring, MD Jun 2014 – present

Collaborate with state/county officials and Motorola personnel to incorporate new radio system features

Developed geographical and strategic plans for surveying that cut down 30% of the estimated time allotted on contract

Demonstrated troubleshooting methods on Voyager (Motorola’s coverage testing software) to coworkers, instilling self-reliance and knowledge of the program

Heightened customer approval of the company by establishing open communication, promptly addressing concerns, and orchestrating above-and-beyond work in a timely manner

Assisted in installing Cisco networking equipment and Avaya phones at Prince George’s County, MD 911 center and backup center; maximized functionality of work stations with preparations of supplemental equipment


University of Maryland, College Park, MD Aug 2011 – May 2014

B.S., Mechanical Engineering

•Transfer President’s Award

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ Aug 2010 – May 2011

Mechanical Engineering Major

•Edwin A. Stevens Scholarship

•Martha Bayard Stevens Scholarship


Stair Glider Design Project (Group Member), University of Maryland Spring 2014

Designed and prototyped a stair assistance device for the elderly using root cause analysis to derive ostensible difficulties

Determined a positive growth potential from market analysis and subsequently evaluated manufacturing processes and cost

DeWALT Drywall Screwdriver Redesign Project (Team Leader), University of Maryland Fall 2013

Analyzed subsystems of the DW272 and benchmarked its performance against competitors, deducing areas with inefficiency

Unified team’s strengths to deliver final design; formalized collective report and accompanying PowerPoint presentation

Fluid Mechanics Demister Project (Team Leader), University of Maryland Spring 2013

Designed a scaled model of vane-type water separators to remove water vapor from various equipment for maximum performance using MATLAB and dimensional analysis calculations

Coordinated team activity to draft technical reports detailing tolerances for our design and highlighting areas of improvement

Light Fixture Sustainability Project (Group Member), University of Maryland Spring 2013

Researched the university’s lighting standards and options for greater sustainability

Generated life cycle and cost analyses to investigate means of scaling down ecological impacts and financial effects

Formulated a business case analysis on findings and methods to escalate resourcefulness and slash wasteful energy

Beam Design Project (Team Leader), University of Maryland Spring 2012

Created technical drawings of a beam using given geometric constraints and withstanding desired load

Guided team members to build prototypes and examine failure points; improved design to achieve greatest strength-to-weight ratio in the class

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