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University of Arizona Graduate (Bachelor of Science)

Location:
Phoenix, AZ
Salary:
$60000 per year
Posted:
March 04, 2019

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Ash Parihar

480-***-**** ac8oad@r.postjobfree.com

***** * ***** ***** ******, San Tan Valley AZ, 85143

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ash-parihar-973a05140/

Summary

Process Engineer, Technologist, Experienced Instructor, Business Manager, and Lab Technician bringing wide – ranging skills and experience in management, sales, machine learning, and data engineering applied to real business issues and solutions. Combining technical, clerical, mathematical, communication, computer, and managerial skills to identify patterns that impact decisions, while providing insight, resulting in innovative solutions. Extensive problem-solving experience.

Skills

People Management/Communication

Data Engineering

Economic and Business Principles

Presentation, Reporting and Visualization

Machine Learning

Strong Math Skills

Diverse Computer Background

Education

UNDERGRADUATE MAY 2017 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

Major: B.S. (Bachelor of Science), Chemical Engineering,

Related coursework: Courses heavily focused on mathematical fundamentals (single and multivariable calculus), and how they apply to various engineering processes with a stronger focus on chemical engineering processes.

Fundamentals in chemistry, water and wastewater treatment, physics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, computer programming in C++, MATLAB and Visual Basic, mass and heat transfer, fluid flow, microbiology, process instrumentation, equipment sizing, and organic chemistry principals were also emphasized.

Minor: Economics,

Related coursework: Courses focused on fundamental economic principles and theory, business economics, economics and law, trade and specialization, world economic development, along with both micro and macroeconomic theory.

Experience

DATA ENGINEER INTRAEDGE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS, CHANDLER ARIZONA SEP 2018– PRESENT

Analyzing current resource needs, while crafting strategies for resource fulfillment.

Working with the finance department to streamline the invoicing and billing processes.

Working with the engineering department to build data automation capabilities that will reconcile differences between the finance and engineering teams.

Receiving and understanding the data requirements from IntraEdge’s clients such as AMEX (American Express), Intel, and ON Semiconductors, while helping to build out solutions that help conform to those requirements.

ENGINEER FIRETRACE INTERNATIONAL, SCOTTSDALE ARIZONA NOV 2017– JUNE 2018

Performed tests involving pressure, and temperature on various samples of fire suppression tubing, along with different suppression agents, using gas chromatographs, thermal chambers, and vacuum chambers.

Reported the results and made and created a statistical analysis which was used for recommendations about the suitability of various products to buyers and investors, impacting global business and revenue.

PROCESS ENGINEERING INTERN CALPORTLAND, RILLITO ARIZONA MAY 2016 – AUGUST 2016

Impacted multi-million-dollar investment decisions while creating economic benefits for the company.

Assisted FL Smidth contractors in performing material and energy balances on a new cooler system installed for the clinkering process in cement manufacturing.

Testing ensured cooler system met FL Smidth company guarantees while producing clinker for cement.

Completed tests on clinker samples to determine the concentrations of its constituents, thus developing more efficient operating conditions needed for the kiln.

Ensured that gases being released into the atmosphere met various environmental regulations by successfully running RATA testing on gasses such as CO, and NOx that emerged from the kiln during the clinkering process.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST AMEC AMERICAS, CALGARY ALBERTA JUNE 2009 – APRIL 2013

Provided engineering support to Senior Process Engineers working on economic analysis and environmental issues with the Kearl Initial Development (KID) project, which dealt with slurry residues in the oil and gas industry.

Hydraulics of piping; sizing single phase such as gas & liquid, water and steam lines.

Including multiphase (two and three phase) and slurries. Performed calculations for pump suction lines to establish pump NPSH.

Preparation of Line designation tables requiring operating and design parameters, requiring familiarity with piping specs w.r.t. piping wall thickness and flange ratings.

Strong exposure to many types of piping valves & control valves and some knowledge of safety relief valves.

Performed process simulations while gaining experience in calculating heat and material balances.

Worked with Process Engineers and AutoCAD drafters in the preparation of piping and instrumentation diagrams using AutoCAD.

Responsible for preparing PFDs, P&IDs, equipment line designation tables and reports etc.

Organized Kearl Initial Development weekly team meetings and prepared PowerPoint presentations for meetings that included over 30 Kearl team members.

Proofread reports for consistency and standardization.

Filing and organizing reports and many project documentations including communications.

I.T. SPECIALIST WESTBRIDGE PET CONTAINERS MAY 2006 – AUGUST 2009

In charge of creating reports and presentations with various computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Provided computer technical support towards company management and other employees such as accountants and supervisors.

Educated employees on various company business forecasting/production practices by teaching them different levels of mathematics including algebra and introductory calculus.

SALES ASSOCIATE SUBWAY SANDWICHES AUGUST 2004 – APRIL 2006

Wrote nightly, and monthly sales reports, as well as inventory management, demonstrating knowledge of merchandise sales and other algebra-based mathematics.

Facilitated key insights, revenue predictions, and business decisions by utilizing economic and mathematical principles.

Provided excellent customer service and fostered guest satisfaction in a fast-paced work environment, while demonstrating quick decision-making abilities.

Volunteer Work, Other Skills & Achievements

Volunteer Opportunities:

AMEC Calgary Stampede Volunteer, July 2012. Organized and worked at various events during the 2012 Calgary Stampede including the Stampede Breakfast, and Stampede Parade.

Super Bowl XLIX Committee Volunteer, February 2015. Volunteered at various events during the 2015 Super Bowl week including the Grand Canyon Experience, and Super Bowl Central.

Honors:

Named to the UA Dean’s List of Honorable Mentions during both the spring 2014, and 2015 semesters.

Certificates:

Completed course training and obtained OSHA Safety Training Certification from the United States Department of Labor on June 1st, 2016.



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