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Chemical Engineering

Hawthorne, California, United States
April 25, 2019

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University of California, Los Angeles graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Held a safety supervisor position focusing on supporting quality control to food manufacturing. I validated for the performance of Dow Filmtec SW30-2521 membrane in Sea Recovery @ Aqua MiniTM 170 RO desalination system. I am self-motivated, passionate and enthusiastic. I certified as Engineer in Training in June 2018. I have strong analytical skills in chemical processes and simulations, and good communication. I am very interested in EHS, materials science, water treatment, RO desalination, chemical and aerospace field.

Core competencies include team management, quality assurance testing, leadership, environmental, health and safety, chemical processes and simulations, material, and water treatment. EDUCATION

BS, Chemical Engineering


Overall GPA: 3.3/4.0

June 2018


Thermodynamic I and II

• Researched and performed energy balances on pump, pipe, valves, nozzles, etc.

• Ability to understand the equipment’s characteristics such as centrifugal pump, compressors, cooling towers.

• Ability to troubleshoots during the operations of these equipment. Chemical Engineering Laboratory I and II

• Initiated the creation of SOP for Sea Recovery@ Aqua MiniTM 170 RO desalination system

• Validated the keys performance for this system such as best energy consumption, stabilities, membrane’s Dow Filmtec SW30-2521

• Recommended to keep using the Sea Recovery@ Aqua MiniTM 170 RO desalination system for UCLA facility

• Performed DOE on characteristics of centrifugal pump with backward and forward impellers to optimize its key performance and reduce energy consumption. WORK EXPERIENCE

Hygiene and Safety Supervisor, Hacor Inc. Los Angeles, CA 90045 June 2018 – Present

• Assisting and collaborating with other colleagues in cross-functional departments to improve food quality

• Coordinating and training to more than 150 employees on HACCPs, and SOPs annually

• Training, advising and on-site coaching to heavy duties personnel on chemical concentrations and its usage - MSDS

• Performing internal audit and inspection to ensure all employees and facility’s equipment such as X-ray machine compliance with SOPs, OSHA and EHS

• Identifying and enforcing compliance of policies on cGMP, USDA to reducing customer complaints by 20%

• Revising, improving and implementing SOPs and policies throughout company

• Analyzing the internal audit data to identify problems that affected to employee’s performances

• Initiating and proposing corrective action’s plan to fix these problems based on internal audit data, and 3rd party auditor such as changing hairnet and work flow to reduce the foreign objects

• Performing root cause analysis and implementing the corrective action’s plan that relating to customer complaints

• Contacting, coordinating and overseeing contractors to provide the services such as pest controls, hygiene and cleaning processes in order to compliance with Medina and ANA’s food quality standards.

• Taking environmental samples through facilities and performing environment’s test in Laboratory to identify sources and reduce foodborne illness by 100%

• Designing and implementing a tracking application to monitor for more than 150 employees by using Excel-VBA, and reducing the labor and cost by 50% Reader, UCLA. Los Angeles, CA 90095

• Assisted and collaborated with 4 colleagues in grading of student’s exam March – June 2018


Ethylene and Propylene Manufacture (Pro/II Simulation) Dec 2017 – June 2018 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, UCLA

• Collaborated in a designing team of 17 for 6 months

• Designed PFD, calculated input- output specifications, and simulated on Pro/II to verify the process

• Designed a separation processes I with compressor systems, distillation columns and reactors

• Designed compressor systems and minimize its energy consumption

• Designed distillation columns and optimized its energy consumption based on stages and reflux ratio

• Optimized energy consumption of the whole separation processes I

• Sized and costed analysis of the processes, the final cost of project was 400 million dollars

• Successfully delivered a manufacturing plant to produce 900 million kilograms of ethylene and propylene annually

Paper Recycling’s Processes (Pro/II Simulation)

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, UCLA Spring 2017

• Collaborated in a designing team of 5 for 3 months

• Saved 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, 7000 gallons of water and 4000 kW of energy (per ton of paper recycle)

• Written report and oral presentation this project to faculty member CERTIFICATION

• Certified as Engineer in Training (E.I.T.)

• Certified as Servsafe Manager

• Certified as Servsafe Instructor and Proctor

June 2018

July 2018 – July 2023

July 2018 – July 2021

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