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Engineering Maintenance

Location:
Boxford, Massachusetts, United States
Salary:
55000/yr
Posted:
October 27, 2016

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Luc Vernerey

acw9h1@r.postjobfree.com B.S. Mechanical Engineering

401-***-**** (cell) North Carolina State University Motivated team player, hold challenging position in a reputed organization to apply technical and creative skills as part of a progressive team and further assist in the personal development of the company. Thrive in an environment of change to apply previous experiences at Amazon and previous engineering teams to develop innovative initiatives and projects held to the highest standard of the industry. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Amazon.com Inc., Windsor, Connecticut

Operations Team Leader, Summer 2015 – Present

• Led team of 60 associates in the implementation and utilization of the newest Amazon Robotics Operating System through strong leadership acumen to motivate teams to ensure the timely de- livery of backlog orders and the fluid operation of the robotics floor. Provided engineering sup- port through root cause analysis for station malfunctions and resets, responsible for daily reports specific to maintaining the highest standards interpreted through statistical process control in order to make short term changes on the floor and present long-term initiatives to upper-man- agement.

• Developed and presented standard operating procedure projects to improve associate/robotics productivity. Culture of constant change allowed for continuous improvement in a customer cen- tric prototype building. Completed APEP as well as Amazon Leadership training courses. Schneider Electric

Knightdale, North Carolina, Intern, 2014

• Led and completed a mechanical cable management system project for the Schneider Electric electric vehicle charging stations. Theoretical modeling and analysis of the subsystem through the application of static solid mechanics principles and FEA ensured a design for manufacturabili- ty and reliability. Completed GD&T drawings as well as CAD (SolidWorks) after tolerance design for optimal product life cycle for the subsystem prototype was considered. Hardware develop- ment was continued by completing cost-benefit analysis of integrated cable management subsys- tem. In final stages of project, completed machining for prototype using approved manufactur- ing drawings. Final report including competitive analyses and an engineering change order were presented.

Brisbane, Australia, Intern, 2013

• Assisted engineers in the assembly and high voltage testing of the newest actuator prototypes for outdoor reclosers. Participated in the FMEA analyses to optimize durability and potential failures of prototype design. Partook in research and development processes, experienced interdepen- dency between design and manufacturing as well and acquired skills required for high standard safety and production. Ensured high standard inspection routines to ensure quality control of final product before presenting findings of assembly and testing. EDUCATION

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, 3.25 Cum Laude May 2015 RELEVANT COURSEWORK and EXPERIENCE

Computer and Drawing: Microsoft Office Tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), MatLab, proficient in applying SolidWorks as well as graphical design techniques (GD&T) to the engineering process. Also proficient in tolerance considerations and CAD/CAM drawings. Machining: Manual Milling and Lathe (3- axis), Hand and Power tool experience, Hand-Crafted Woodworking.

Language: Fluent and native French speaker. Educated in local schools in Grenoble until 6th grade.

Sports: Dickinson College Football, National Intensive Training Centre Program (Australia). Projects:

Mower Conversion Project – Worked as team machinist (GD&T drawings, mill and lathe) and treasurer for John Deere stand-on mower conversion project. Carried out the team design mod- eling, manufactured metal components using the mill and lath to design specifications before assembly. Held responsibility for budget and material/product selections to ensure manufac- turability of design.

Boat Project – Team Leader: Designed and built boat capable of traveling 20ft and able to drop an anchor 2ft deep given limited resources/materials. Researched design, hydrodynamics, propulsion mechanism and anchor design. Learned how to work as a group of engineers with different skill sets.



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