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Mechanical Engineer Maintenance

Location:
Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Salary:
7000
Posted:
May 08, 2019

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RIZWAN REHMAN

House No.: B-**, Sector **-A/*, Malik Co-Operative Housing Society, Gulzar-e-Hijri, K.D.A., Scheme-33, Karachi – 75330, Pakistan

Phone No.: +92-345-******* E-mail# ac9bpq@r.postjobfree.com

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rizrehman/

CAREER OBJECTIVES

To secure a challenging career opportunity as a Mechanical Engineer within a progressive organisation. Tertiary qualified with a wealth of knowledge, skills and international experience acquired as a Mechanical Engineer, I am positive that I would make a valuable contribution to your team, I offer my 100% flexibility and proven ability to solve problems and meet business objectives.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Mechanical Design Engineering.

Obtaining specialist components, fixtures or fittings.

Project Management.

Planning and undertaking scheduled maintenance.

3D CAD and Design Tools.

Responding to breakdowns.

Supervising engineering and technical staff.

Ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation.

Test Procedures.

INTERPERSONAL SKILL

Possess required verbal communication skills to communicate well with the staffs, employer or clients.

Possess professional demeanors with positive non-verbal communication skills.

Having outstanding listening skills being able to hear attentively and process information correctly.

Possess the skill of negotiation to pursue effective business communication.

Capable of handling challenges.

Capable of asserting a quick decision to ensure success or resolve any issues.

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

Dip. of Engineering - Technical, Mechatronics, Central Institute of Technology, AU, FEB 2011 – JUL 2012

Diploma of Engineering - Technical, Mechanical, Central Institute of Technology, AU, FEB 2008 – DEC 2010

ELICOS, Business Language English, Central Institute of Technology, AU, OCT 2007 – DEC 2007

Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Technology, Preston University, PK, JUL 2005 – JAN 2007

Dip. of Associate Engineer, Mechanical Technology, Saifee Eide Zahabi Inst., PK, JAN 2001 – OCT 2003

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

INT. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, Pakistan DECEMBER 2016 – PRESENT

MECHANICAL ENGINEER

Involved in the examination, development as well as testing of mechanical equipment and pumps. Responsible for providing engineering support for workshop activities to ensure that components and equipment are maintained and refurbished correctly.

Responsibilities:

Maintains and repairs pumps, motors, and hydraulic systems, electrical systems, and other apparatus and equipment.

Performs routine inspections on existing pumping equipment to ensure reliability and performance; performs the installation of equipment and components; prepares and submits completed maintenance reports as required.

Dismantles pumps and performs repairs, such as cleaning impellers, repacking stuffing boxes, tightening glands, and replacing bearings, using hand tools.

Observes operation of pumps and feels for heat and vibration of parts to detect the cause of malfunctioning.

Responsible for the plant and equipment maintenance and replacement of worn-out parts.

Examines pumps for malfunctioning and to locate damage or wear, such as blowout packing, misalignment the pump shaft, slippage of the drive belt, worn bearings, or need for lubrication.

Explaining technical problems to non-technical colleagues.

Maintains records of maintenance and repair activities.

Responsible for recording and maintaining engineering records.

Involved in the design of new machines and equipment, whilst at the same time taking account of cost, availability of materials, strength and maintenance requirements.

Key Achievements:

Reduced downtime by 85% by installing a backup system which kicked in within 5 minutes of a system failure.

Suggested inspecting systems on a daily basis, which resulted in diagnosing problems before they become crises.

Introduced the concept of predictive maintenance, reducing incidents of equipment breakdown by 85%.

TRAVELLING ABOARD JULY 2016 – NOVEMBER 2016

During five month’s I was preparing to travel to the home country. I have to sort it visa and travelling documents it takes five months to resolve issue and travel to the home country. During this period I was unemployed and busy in packing and arranging visa and travel documents.

Galati Management, Perth, WA AUGUST 2012 – JUNE 2016

Processing Technician

Galati company’s line of business includes the wholesale distribution of a general line of groceries.

Responsibilities:

Coordinated development, processing and packaging of food products.

Ensuring strictly maintained food quality control standards.

Maintaining workplace health and safety requirements.

Customer Service Management.

SCHLUMBERGER, Perth, WA JUNE 2009 – JULY 2009

Trainee Field Specialist

Schlumberger is the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to customers working in the oil and gas industry worldwide. Schlumberger supplies a wide range of products and services from formation evaluation through directional drilling, well cementing and stimulation, well completions and productivity to consulting, software, information management and IT infrastructure services that support core industry operational processes.

Responsibilities:

Efficiently performed wire-line, drilling, and measurement services for the two types of oil and gas drilling.

Leverage extensive expertise in the areas of Well Control, Well Monitoring, and Well Systems to effectively oversee and control overall well operations including; casing cementing and mud & blowout preventers.

Utilised Christmas Tree approach as a primary means of Well control for oil extraction, water injection/disposal, gas injection and other operations.

Conducted Inspection, testing and maintenance of MWD and LWD tools and replaced all faulty components with approval from the supervisor or manager, also calibrated tools as instructed and seeking approval from the supervisor or manager before releasing tools for use.

MATEEN ELEVATORS, Pakistan AUGUST 2006 – AUGUST 2007

Maintenance Engineer

M. Mateen Elevator is a Pakistan based company, specialising in the maintenance, servicing and repair of elevators servicing business clients across all industries and sectors from hotels to corporate offices.

Responsibilities:

Responsible for assembling and installing elevators and escalators.

Carrying out repair and maintenance works related to elevators and escalators.

Using hand and power tools, and testing devices in performing various tasks.

Following safety standards in executing the work preparing reports.

Responsible for repairing, replacing and maintaining brakes, motors, switches, and control systems Functional and operational testing of the new elevator as per standards carrying out control panels and electric motors electrical wiring.

Responsible for installing all necessary electrical components or systems in the elevator.

Reading blueprints for installation and repair related tasks.

Checking electrical or electronic systems for any faults.

Disassembling defective parts and repairing or replacing them with the new one.

Maintaining logbook of repairs, installations and maintenance being carried out.

Key Achievements:

Substantially improved productivity while reducing staffing and operational cost by 16% by strategically planning resources, manpower and maintenance schedules.

Provided excellent maintenance of elevator usage vehicles, and reduced annual maintenance costs by 34%.

Worked in a team to increase annual company revenue by 25%.

STERLING FLUID SYSTEMS, ISTANBUL, TURKEY APRIL 2006 – MAY 2006

MECHANICAL ENGINEER (INTERN)

Responsibilities:

Engineering vocational placements with Sterling Fluid Systems in Turkey on two occasions, both two-month stints, to learn about the different types of pump manufacturing processes.

Helped improve the mean time between failures and ensure the accuracy of equipment alignment by guaranteeing process integration and system integrity.

Helped improve performance and reduce running costs and customer stock holding.

Provided maintenance and commissioning on LPG, Oil and Water Pumps for the Oil and Gas industry.

Key Achievements:

Learned how to manufacture, assemble and test pumps, and apply quality controls to confirm if pumps are equivalent or not, returning non-conforming pumps for remanufacturing of all and retesting.

Reviewed manuals for different pumps to develop an understanding all pump parts and maintenance requirements to ensure the pump work with 100% accuracy when fitted correctly.

INT. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, Pakistan JANUARY 2004 – JUNE 2005

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN

Int. Mechanical Equipment Company specialise in the business of consultancy, trading and indenting

Mechanical and Electrical equipment’s and pumps, providing after sales, recommendation, supply, installation, commissioning, repair and maintenance for all equipment. The company is recognised locally and internationally as established and reputable importers, indenters, traders and suppliers of equipment’s, parts and services.

Responsibilities:

Maintenance, refurbishment and servicing of pumping equipment and water treatment.

Working with the team to ensure delivery of customer requirements.

Ensuring all work meets with the relevant standards.

Responsible for ensuring paperwork is up to date and handed in within timescales.

Keep detailed operational records and make reports.

Carrying out repair works on pumps and motors.

Inspecting parts for defects, breakage or wear.

Repairing or replacing broken or damaged components of the pump or motor.

Cleaning, lubricating and adjusting parts of pump or motor.

Maintaining records of maintenance, repair and installation.

Key Achievements:

Effectively maintained and repaired a wide range of equipment, reducing maintenance costs and breakdowns.

Established good working relationships with customers/clients.

Resolution of problems or issues that led to a positive outcome.

INT. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, Pakistan JANUARY 1997 – DECEMBER 2000

Technical Office Assistant

Industrial Equipment Supplies: Reported to the director and was responsible for providing administrative and office support, preparing quotes, dealing with customer enquiries, marketing, commissioning and customer support to clients in oil and gas, water, food processing and other processing industries.

Responsibilities:

Fostered congenial relations with the customers and conferred with them on technical details, marketing collateral and pricing standards through product presentations. Proved instrumental in the development of marketing strategies to bolster sales opportunities in the market’s different sectors.

Kept abreast with latest engineering knowledge and travelled to distinct locations both locally and internationally for the clients’ training on the equipment and systems.

Meticulously conducted situation analysis and properly identified customer requirements for pumps and associated equipment for the generation of quotations and technical specifications.

Key Achievements:

Assigned the tasks of identifying potential customers and gathering competitor's price and service area.

Handled responsibilities of providing a demo of pump instruments and valves.

Played a key role in developing marketing strategies to boost sales opportunities in the market and different sectors.

I.T. SKILLS

AutoCAD Design SolidWorks 3D Design SAP Software

Word Processing Data Entry Spreadsheets Presentation

Windows OS Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

INTEREST & HOBBIES

I enjoy playing cricket, watching the Australian Football League. Cooking and reading books.

REFEREES

Referees are available on request.



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