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Engineer Electrical

Location:
Revere, Massachusetts, United States
Posted:
January 25, 2018

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Jose A. Delgado, EIT, BSEE

** ****** **. *** *****, Revere, Ma. 02151 Cell. 617-***-****

Email: ac36tn@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Objective:

Progress my career as a Building Engineer, Electrician, and Electrical Engineer

Personal Objective:

Education, development and/or improvements to building maintenance programs

Educational Progress:

2012 Harvard University Extension School, Cambridge Ma.

ALM, Sustainability and Environmental Management

2009 EIT: Passed FE exam for the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, (Engineer in Training)

2006 University of Massachusetts; Lowell, Ma.

BSEE, Electrical Engineering Program

1998 Liceo de Arte y Tecnologia; Hato Rey, P.R.

Certificate of Completion with High Honors, Electricity & Industrial Electronics

1992 American Military Academy; Guaynabo, P.R.

High School

Additional Educational Information:

2012 Master’s thesis in Health Costs of Power Plants in Massachusetts.

Courses in Environmental and Sustainability include Sustainable Buildings, Global Energy and Environmental Politics, and Strategies in Environmental Management.

Professional Experience:

2017- 2017 Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

41 Berkeley St, Boston, Ma 617-***-****

Title: Adjunct Faculty, Construction Management

Supervisor: Tracy Arvin

Duties: Redevelop and teach the following courses:

CM110: Introduction to Construction Management I

BT160: Materials and Applications

BT250: Building Environmental Systems (MEP)

BT280: Statics and Strength of Materials.

2016-2017 STV Inc.

1 Financial Center, Boston, Ma 617-***-****

Title: Engineering Specialist, MSBA temporary project

Supervisor: Davis Gonsalves

Project Summary: Assessment of Massachusetts Public Schools physical plant conditions, operational design, and use of the academic & core spaces, including condition assessment of structural, electrical, and mechanical systems (MEP), fixtures and other ancillary equipment and systems.

Duties:

Perform visual inspections of facilities and all related building systems by applying architectural and/or engineering standards, practices, and techniques using a prescribed electronic assessment tool.

Demonstrate proficiency in locating, evaluating, and reporting on the current conditions of major building systems and their individual components and educational spaces.

Prepare written narrative descriptions about the general condition of systems and space utilization as prescribed by MSBA standards.

Enter, organize, and manage building systems data using an on-line, asset management and capital planning tool.

Review and interpret drawings. Perform basic building calculations: quantities of building system components, building dimensions, and take-offs, etc.

Communicate with management team on schedule and project status and perform other responsibilities associated with this position as required including but not limited to data entry, manual editing, and report interpretations.

2007-2011 Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

41 Berkeley St, Boston, Ma 617-***-****

Title: Adjunct Faculty, various courses

Supervisor: Barney Barnhart

Duties:

AR-250: Teach and evaluate basic concepts of building environmental systems, including HVAC, plumbing, electrical, sustainability and green buildings, and systems integration.

MA-090: Teach and evaluate developmental level algebra including problem solving skills. Course designed to prepare students for college level math courses.

MA-120: Teach and evaluate college level algebra and trigonometry with a brief introduction to precalculus.

DAD-Science: Developmental level course in General Science, designed for students with below college level science knowledge to be ready for college level courses.

2003- 2006 Brigham and Women’s Hospital

75 Francis St, Boston, Ma 617-***-****

Title: Maintenance Mechanic

Supervisor: Peter Eaton

Duties:

Routine service calls within the fifteen building property, including general electrical, HVAC, light plumbing, etc

Oversee general building operations, including electro-mechanical equipment, HVAC systems, and Fire Protection systems

Perform Preventive Maintenance (PM) on equipment as scheduled

Respond to emergencies, evaluate situations and repair equipment as necessary

1999-2001 Four Seasons Hotel

200 Boylston St, Boston Ma. 617-***-****

Title: Engineer II /Shift Engineer

Assistant Chief Engineer: Paul Kapp

Duties:

Routine service calls within the building property, including general electrical, HVAC, light plumbing, etc

Oversee general building operations, including electro-mechanical equipment, HVAC systems, and Fire Protection systems

Perform Preventive Maintenance (PM) on equipment as scheduled

Respond to emergencies, evaluate situations and repair equipment as necessary

Responsible for filters, belts, and miscellaneous parts inventory

Responsible for HVAC event scheduling and HVAC system computer monitoring

1998-2000 Cambridge Marriott Hotel

2 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, Ma. 617-***-****

Title: Maintenance Utility / Shift Engineer

Assistant Chief Engineer: Mike Brighton

Duties:

Routine service calls within the fifteen building property, including general electrical, HVAC, light plumbing, etc

Oversee general building operations, including electro-mechanical equipment, HVAC systems, and Fire Protection systems

Perform Preventive Maintenance (PM) on equipment as scheduled

Respond to emergencies, evaluate situations and repair equipment as necessary

Liaison between PBX and Engineering for telecommunications and IT related issues, i.e. line installation and testing, Internet connections, etc

Liaison between Engineering and On Command Video Repair services

Responsible for filters, belts, and miscellaneous parts inventory

Responsible for HVAC event scheduling and HVAC system computer monitoring

1995-1998 San Juan Marriott Resort

1309 Ashford Ave, San Juan, P.R. 787-***-****

Last Title: Engineering Department Shift Supervisor, Intern

Supervisor: Rafael Marrero

Duties:

Note: Because this property employed a subcontracting firm to supply the labor, while management were Marriott employees, my internship was focused as a supervisory training, during which I was in charge of up to 6 technicians per shift.

Completed internship section of electrician trade school

Served as liaison between hotel management and subcontracted staff, ensuring that hotel policy was followed as needed

Performed PM’s and service calls

Responsible for the engineering department’s parts and equipment inventory, and the necessary orders needed to keep it properly stocked

Other positions held:

Food and Beverage Department: Room Service Operator/ Server.

PBX Department: PBX Operator/ Business Center Attendant;

Kitchen Department: Station Attendant

Certified Training Courses:

1998 Air Conditioning Clinic/Basic Refrigeration; Trane Educational Division

1998 Pumps and Seals; Marriott Northeast Engineering Training Task Force

1998 Basic Welding; Marriott Northeast Engineering Training Task Force

1999 Introduction to Commercial Ice Machines; Marriott Northeast Engineering Training Task Force



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