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Project Engineering

Nairobi, Kenya
September 14, 2018

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** ********* **** ******, *********, Surrey, GU2 7NL +44-759-***-****


To search for a position that will allow me as a mechanical engineering graduate to improve my current engineering, project management, communication and teamwork skills. From this position, I also seek the opportunity to learn new skills for future use while contributing meaningfully to my hiring company.


BEng (Hons), Mechanical Engineering

University of Surrey

Graduation: June 2018

First Year Modules: Mathematics, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Design and Component Production, Materials and Statics, Electronic Instrumentation and Solid Mechanics

Achieved Result: First Class

Second Year Modules: Design Project, Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Control, Numerical and Experimental Methods, Electronic Instrumentation and Mechanics of Vehicles and Machines

Achieved Result: First Class

Third (Final) Year Modules: Group Design Project, Individual Project, Numerical Methods and CFD, Control and Dynamics, Engineering Management and Advanced Stress Analysis

Achieved Result: First Class

Awards – The Institution of Mechanical Engineers Project Prize “for completes an outstanding business, research, development or design project in mechanical engineering in the final year on BEng programmes”.


Oshwal Academy Senior High Nairobi, Kenya

Accounting, Mathematics – A*

Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry – A

Economics – C

O-levels: 6A*s, 5As


Team Working


Analytical Skills

Project Management



Fluent in English, Hindi, Bengali, intermediate French and know conversational Japanese.

Proficient using Microsoft Office and project management software: Visio and Project.

Learnt Python and MATLAB, CAD software: Solid Edge and SolidWorks and FEA tools: Ansys (Fluent for CFD) as part of university course. Programmed Arduino based controllers that require C/C++.

Communicate effectively as part of the debate team.


IFDS Group Basildon, UK

The company provides advisory, technology and operations outsourcing to the financial and healthcare industries as well as private insurance and bank holdings.

IT (Enterprise Change) Intern 29/06/2015 to 28/08/2015

Designed and launched online shopping cart interface with project scheduling to improve ease of entering real-time orders into the system.

Liaised with heads of all departments within the business to streamline the process of HLEs for CRMs under supervision of PMOs.

Developed ways to enhance cyber-security within the business using existing and emerging technologies in the IT sector and delivered presentation of findings to senior management.

Metsec Cables Ltd. Nairobi, Kenya

The company supplies underground power transmission cables and systems, power distribution cables and systems and network components and manufactures low voltage cables and building wires.

Research and Development Intern 25/06/2012 to 13/07/2012

Tested new products to be launched in the market as part of quality control.

Learned production methods and planning processes for different products such as cables, water pumps and steel.

Developed business awareness of the inner workings of a well-established company.


Member of SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space) and Surrey EARS (Electronics and Robotics Society); building a rocket that goes at least 2 km into the atmosphere, in charge of all communications such as GPS tracking and initial launch control. Involved in mission planning, delivery of communications and related technical documentation.

Member of Equinox; meet with other like-minded individuals to actively tackle the problem of rural electrification in a developing country by building Energy Kiosks using locally available resources.

Completed courses such as Machine Learning (from Microsoft), Artificial Intelligence (from UC Berkeley) and Under-actuated Robotics (from MIT) to increase knowledge outside university course.

Core member of Design Project (design a stair-climbing robot), was the Electronics specialist in a team of eight individuals and in-charge of designing mechatronic systems. Handled project planning and budget allocation for electronics systems for the project along with on-schedule delivery.

Volunteer member of the Surrey Formula Student team (SURTES) and Systems lead. Part of a team of forty individuals with a £90,000 budget with strict project scheduling, risk management and cost control for two electric cars.

Group Design project was designing a zipline for disabled people. Individual project was Uncertainty quantification for the optimal calibration of velocity probe which used MATLAB implemented neural networks. Involved heavy use of Agile, risk management and project scheduling to ensure delivery of deliverables and technical documentation.


1.Dr. Mark Whiting

University of Surrey (Personal Tutor)


Telephone number: 014**-******

2.Ms. Nicola Ball

IFDS Group (Line Manager)


Telephone number: 087*-***-***

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