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Chemical Engineer

Location:
New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Posted:
September 10, 2018

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Chemical Engineer Sigma Six Lean International experience Team Leadership skills

Career Objective

I am seeking a challenging chemical engineer position that will give me the opportunity to make best use of my education and broad work and life experiences to date. I am very passionate about making businesses and projects more efficient to reduce fiscal, material and time waste. I am highly motivated to be part of a high performing team and dynamic organization with my career goal being to achieve technical and leadership roles that equip me for executive management.

Key Skills and capabilities

Qualified Chemical Engineer (with Master of Science in Engineering Management systems due May 2019). Won 1st place in senior capstone project Solar Desalination Project

Strong interpersonal skills with experience in public speaking and presenting to diverse groups

Very proficient in all of Microsoft office Programs, ASPEN, HYSYS, MATLAB, Mathcad, and ChemDraw

Member of AlchE, SWE and Project Management Institute (PMI)

Education

2019-Master of Science in Engineering Management System -Texas Tech University (remote program)

2018 -Sigma Six Lean Process Certification- Management and Strategy Institute

2018 -Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering- Texas Tech University, Texas

Focus on Experimental Design, Process Safety and Statics

Minors in Chemistry and Mathematics

Related Work Experience

Participant –National University of Singapore- International Energy Seminar (2018)

-I was invited and participated in the Youth Seminar “What A Changing Arctic Means for Singapore”. This seminar’s objectives were to create awareness about climate change and focus on efficient renewable energy systems.

Research Assistant – Texas Tech – Inorganic Chemistry Lab (2016)

-I prepared and evaluated thousands of samples in the research effort to synthesize low density aerogels to form highly active metal oxide catalysis by increasing the metal components in the structure. This research has demonstrated potential application for energy storage.

Research Assistant- Texas Tech- Fluid Mechanics Lab (2015)

-Working independently, I designed and performed experiments to determine the characteristics of various hydrophilic and hydrophobic coatings. My research also included measuring droplet sizes and splash radii of various liquids falling from various heights. I became proficient in the use of high-speed cameras with image interface as well as MATLAB software.

Engineering Intern – Tundra Green, Anchorage Alaska (2013)

-Tundra Green is a startup company focused on designing efficient aeroponic, modular greenhouses for deployment in rural Alaska. My primary responsibility was to research commercially available LED bulbs for possible use in this manufacturing project and to calculate the energy burden required for each candidate system.

Engineering Intern – NANA Pacific, Anchorage Alaska (2012)

-NANA Pacific is an engineering and construction service company supporting a diverse set of clients. As an engineering aide, I assisted project managers in putting together project proposals and cost analyses. I also assisted in compiling progress reports for ongoing projects

Other Skills and Interests

-Exercise enthusiast: I have completed the Escape from Alcatraz triathlon, hiked the Chilkoot trail and I am a certified Spin Instructor.

-Avid Traveler: I have traveled to over 20 countries and I have also lived abroad in Asuncion, Paraguay (6 months) and in Galway, Ireland (4 months).



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