Mark Hernandez, E.I.T
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL
Work-Flow Time Management Design Process Improvements Dedicated and knowledgeable Mechanical Engineering Professional, credited with 3 years of vast experience leading as a Junior Electrical Designer and Undergraduate Designer. Holds a formal education with a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Illustrates excellence managing multiple projects and ensuring timely delivery. Offers strengths in problem resolution, business acumen and mathematical aptitude. Leads collaborative communications with architects and contractors to ensure accuracy in planning reflecting optimal outcomes.
Training & Development
MG ENGINEERING D.P.C, New York, NY, July 2016 – March 2018 Junior Electrical Designer
Served in a support role with strengths in technical knowledge utilizing Autocad to draft and design floor plans for power, lighting, and fire alarm systems. Expertise included building energy lighting calculations using Comcheck and conducting field surveys to determine existing conditions of buildings.
Offered a comprehensive understanding and adherence to National Electric Code and the 2016 Energy Conservation Code, ensuring designs align with engineering best practices
Ensured construction plans were concise, detailed and accounted for any discrepancies in the building design through collaborative communication with architects and contractors
Participated in weekly company meetings to discuss the status of ongoing projects, problems and resolutions
MG ENGINEERING D.P.C, New York, NY, June 2015 – August 2015, January 2016 – February 2016 Mechanical Intern
Executed various tasks to include modifications and designs; schedule specifications and calculations.
Assisted in modifying and organizing mechanical designs to meet code and design requirements
Determined minimum mechanical load requirements through executing heating and space calculations
Gained valuable insight regarding vendors latest products and systems for both implementation in designs through participation in lunch seminars
MARK HERNANDEZ New York 11518 firstname.lastname@example.org 516-***-**** PAGE 2 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, Newark, DE, February 2016 – May 2016 Undergraduate Designer
Collaborated with Bell Riddell Giro (BRG) Sports to develop helmet designs geared towards the prevention of head injury.
Executed in a leadership role providing weekly design updates to company sponsor reflecting goals and deadlines were achieved
Facilitated the creation of 3D models in Solid Works and scaled down physical models of various designs
Performed testing on physical models using methods derived from testing standards in the helmet industry
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering., Minor in Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Delaware, Newark, DE, May 2016
Mechanical Engineer in Training, #092787
Microsoft Office Suite, AutoCAD and Solidworks