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Mechanical Engineering Manager

Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
January 31, 2018

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Name: Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Qazi Manzoor ul Hassan, MSc Engg (Mechanical), Tamgha e Imtiaz (Military)

Address: ***** ******** **** ****, *** # 508, Edmond, OK, 73012, USA Contact No: Cell: +1-405-***-****

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INTRODUCTION: A veteran professional in the field of Technical, Administration, Personnel and Security Management with Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 30 years of versatile experience. Successfully worked with Senior Management to develop and implement the Technical, Administrative, Procurement and Security strategies in line with requirements of the organization. QUALIFICATION:

MSc Engineering (Mechanical) – GPA 3.37/4.0 - (National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan)

BSc Engineering (Mechanical) – 1st Division - (University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, EME College Campus)

Specialist Course on Management and Command – (College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering)

Special Equipment Orientation Course (Machinery & Plant, Heavy Equipment, Wheeled Vehicles, Tracked Vehicles and Electronics Equipment) - (College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering)


Third Party Inspector on behalf of Explosives Department, Ministry of Industries, Pakistan. Using Hydrostatic water jacket, inspected high pressure cylinders along with inspecting CNG Stations and LPG Plants on behalf of Ministry (Year 2010 to 2016)

Chief Inspector of Military Vehicles and Equipment (Year 2006 to 2010)

Commandant Military Base Workshop Pakistan (Year 2003 to 2006)

Deputy General Manager Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (Year 2002 to 2003)

In-charge Machinery, Equipment and Plant Section, Vehicle Section and Local Purchase Officer for Purchase of Spare Parts and Allied Equipment in Base Workshop Pakistan (1998 to 2002)

Instructor for the Engineering Graduates in College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Pakistan (Year 1995 to 1997)

Officer Commanding Corps Workshop Pakistan (1993 to 1995

Different Command and Staff assignments (Year 1988 to 1995) SKILLS:

o Third Party Inspector: As third party inspector, carried out annual inspection of CNG Stations, LPG Plants, Periodic Inspections of CNG Storage cascade, vehicular cylinders, LPG Bowzers and Industrial/LPG Tanks

o Man management: Throughout the carrier of 26 years, man management was one of the elements. During command of the Base Workshop, there was a direct responsibility of controlling and getting technical output from 600 highly skilled and skilled workers, 18 officers (all Engineers) and 200 military men. As Deputy General Manager SUPARCO, I was responsible to control all transport activities at six different stations at Pakistan.

o Technical: Through out the service (20 years out of 26 years – 6 years as student), I exhibited an excellent performance portrayed to benefit the organization in giving ideal output for overhaul, repair, procurement and teaching. As Commandant Southern Region Workshop (602 Regional Workshop EME), was directly responsible for preparation of Heavy Machinery, Equipment & Plant, vehicles and equipment and manufacture of fuel/water bowzers for United Nations Missions abroad on behalf of Pakistan Army. Around 2000 Vehicles and equipments were refurbished and 600 bowzers of different capacities were fabricated and approval of quality was certified by the Inspectors from United Nations by coming physically to the workshop.

o Procurement: Remained responsible for huge procurements in the base workshops and SUPARCO.

o Instructional: I had performed the instructional responsibilities by teaching Engineering Graduates on Technical Aspects during one year and three months duration courses. I had instructed them about the operation and use of equipments being used in Army and procedures to test the same using variety of test equipments.

o Chief Inspector: As Chief Inspector, I was heading a team of highly skilled technicians of different trades and responsible to inspect 218 Major and Minor Military Units, grading those about their battle worthiness. This was to inform seniors of the battle worthy state and unit commanders of the state of their equipment. This had led the units to a very good state of preparedness for the future.


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