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Clinical Research Microsoft Office

Location:
Tempe, AZ
Salary:
70000
Posted:
September 30, 2018

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VELIA FRANCIS

ac68jh@r.postjobfree.com

602-***-****

OBJECTIVE

Aspire to obtain a full-time position in the company where I can fully utilize my knowledge, problem solving skills, proficiency, and excellent communication skills in the field of engineering.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

SOFTWARE:

MATLAB

LabView

Arduino manipulation

Illustration design

PSpice and Mimics

SolidWorks

Microsoft Office Suite

OTHER TOOLS:

Design of Experiments

3-D Printing

Laser Cutting

Circuit Design

Statistics

Multilingual: Fluent in English, Arabic, Aramaic, and Kurdish.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Biomedical May 2017

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ GPA: 3.0

Associate Degree in Science May 2013

Paradise Valley Community College, Phoenix, AZ GPA: 3.58

Associate Degree in Art May 2013

Paradise Valley Community College, Phoenix, AZ GPA:3.58

EXPERIENCE

Field Service Technician II, Fluke Corporation, AZ July 2017 to current

Performed calibrations using FLUKE MET/CAL/ZEBO software with various primary standards such as Automated Mass Handler for PG7000 Piston Gauges, Laminar/Sonics Molblocs, Digital Multimeter, MFC-CB, and reference Flow Monitors per prescribed work instructions.

Adjusted and performed repairs to defective standard calibrators through technical troubleshooting such as Reference Pressure Transducers (PRTs) and improved the process for customers using those systems, including integration, engineering, design, and manufacturing

Maintained close collaboration with Quality Assurance to ensure absolute policy compliance in testing and data collection

Worked with a team of engineers and technicians to develop solutions to improve the lab and streamline processes and maintained strict adherence to safety policies regarding personnel and equipment.

Co-founder, RETHRO, Arizona State University Aug 2016 to current

Innovated and designed plans for dynamic splint that serves to both prevent arthritis in susceptible patients and provide rehabilitation for arthritic patients with hand deformities

Selected as one of teams to represent ASU at the Global Grand Challenge submit competition, where the United States teams will compete against China and the U.K.

Selected by the National Academy of Engineers as one of the top six teams from across the country

Intern, Project Cure, Phoenix, AZ Aug 2016-July 2017

Medical Equipment Technician

Tested and repaired medical equipment such as ventilators, heart monitoring devices, ophthalmoscope, and otoscope.

Examine malfunction test equipment for wear, tear, and defects

Used voltage tester and replaced circuit breakers and panels.

Project leader

Lead and organized project meeting

Implemented and managed multiple projects while leading a cross functional group of 10 new volunteers

Intern, Kidney Disease and Hypertension Center Aug 2016- December 2016

Clinical Research Coordinator/ Patient Care

Pre-screened, interviewed and recruited patients for upcoming studies

Administer electron clinical research forms and regulatory documents for the institutional review board

Created, reviewed and coordinated test protocols and reports every week



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