Nationality: Kuwaiti/ British. Date of Birth: 04th Oct 1989
E: firstname.lastname@example.org, Mob: +965-**-**-**-**
I’m a BEng Mechanical Engineer, graduated from London South Bank University. My ambition is to become a successful and chartered Mechanical Engineer. I enjoy linking and relating mechanical theories and models to concrete applications and specific operations. I am an adaptable person and enjoy working in dynamic situations that would help me apply these skills accordingly. I find it easy to familiarise myself with people and maintain a healthy relationship when working with them. I can also work according to strict rules and have good interpersonal skills. I make an effort to always maintain a good corporate culture within every business I have worked for and will work for.
Oula Fuel Marketing Co. 16/08/2015 - Present
Service Support - Mechanical Engineer
Giving technical maintenance support in Fuel Stations and ensuring that the correct equipment’s and procedures are followed to ensure quality control.
Responsible for maintaining and repairing heavy equipment required in the day to day working
Assessing the needs of equipment replacements, spare parts
Assessment of the required tools for the maintenance of the equipment
Adopt and implement a detailed maintenance plan to minimize failures resulting in shutdown of work
Keep updated with the upcoming versions or latest machinery required in the fuel stations
Responsible for performing routine maintenance
Analysis of machine failures
Estimation of maintenance costs
HSEQ Coordinator with KNPC (Kuwait National Petroleum Company)
Giving General Maintenance Training Course to Fuel Stations Managers
Carwash Maintenance related work
Construction Training Institute 06/10/2016 – 12/05/2017
Trainer – Plumbing (Part Time)
Training 2nd Year College students in a workshop, with different type of machineries, tools and material used for cutting and joining pipelines, considering safety working environment and regulations.
Determine what type of plumbing and drainage systems need to be designed
Select the materials to install the plumbing system
Install fittings and valves
Install sinks, tubs, toilets and water heaters
Skilled in measuring and cutting different size pipes
Al – Nisf Switchgear Plant – Kuwait 2013 – 14/08/15
Sale and Estimation Engineer
At switchgear plant, I’ve gained knowledge of principles and methods for promoting and selling products. This includes marketing strategy and sale control system. I’ve obtained a good experience working in Switchgear Plant Industry and processes for providing customer services and customer’s need assessment, meeting quality standards and evaluation of customer’s satisfactions.
Hyde Park Hotel - London, United Kingdom 2010 – 2012
Facilities and Maintenance Supervisor
Project management, supervising and coordinating work of contractors.
Calculating and comparing costs for required goods or services to achieve maximum value for money.
Ensuring the building meets health and safety requirements.
Royal Bayswater Hotel – London, United Kingdom Summer - 2009
Queensway, London. Receptionist and also Assistant Manager
I have worked in hotel as a Receptionist and Assistant Manager, where I had to communicate with guests from different backgrounds and solve problems in difficult situations. I have gained a good experience working as an assistant manager with my ability to carry out writing reports.
Kelly House Company (2 weeks Work Experience in Year 11) 2005 - 2006
Harrow on the Hill, London
During a two week job experience programme, I found a job placement at Kelly House where I learnt how to work within a group and participate with other members of staff.
London South Bank University: Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering – 2009 - 2012
Second Class Honours (1st Division)/ GPA: 3.67 /4.0
Major Project: Particle Removal Factors affecting the Design of Three Phase Separator for Oilfield use
Uxbridge College: Mechanical Engineering (BTEC National Diploma) 2006 – 2009
Rooks Heath College for Business and Enterprise 2002 – 2006
POSITION OF RESPONSIBILITY
Kuwait UK Alumni Board Member - British Council May 2017 – Feb 2019
Social and Press Media Specialist
Elected to represent Kuwait at the Gulf UK Alumni in Dubai
Participated in #MyFuture is unique Campaign
Speaking to students and promoting UK Education in Kuwait at High achievers Felicitation Ceremony
Organiser for Nuqat Conference: Nov 2016
The seventh Sense: Powering the Creative Economy
Kuwait Society of Engineers Feb 2016
Organiser for smart solution for future cities and gulf engineering forum
Volunteered for Nuqat Conference: Copy Paste Syndrome 2015
Volunteered for Nuqat Conference: The Platform for Creativities in the Middle East 2014
Team member of NGE (National Project for Graduate Employability) 2014 – 2015
Preparation and qualify of National Employment equipped with the necessary skills to meet the needs of the labour market and society.
Member of Traffic and Transport committee of KSE (Kuwait Society of Engineers) 2013 – 2015
Increase awareness of Road Safety and making activates on seatbelt benefits.
Member of Ma’an Volunteering Group (Kuwait) 2013 – 2015
It’s a sustainable developing project that serves youth of age between 17-30 years old. Ma’an project works on human development training programme and motivate the next generations.
Chairing Joud 2 Campaign June 2015
Giving 7,500 away meals during the Holy Month of Ramadan for those who are in need
IMechE Representative in Kuwait 2013 – 2014
Representing Mechanical Engineering in Kuwait from University to Professional Registration.
Develop awareness of Engineering and raise IMechE’s profile.
Strength links with members and increase engagement
Student Ambassador (STEM Net) 2011 - 2014
Volunteered for (EYF) Engineering Your Future Event. In this event my role was to guide a group of 25 students from one activity to another. The aim of this event was to inspire A-Level students to study Engineering.
Assistant Treasurer for the Young Member’s Panel at the IMechE 2012 – 2013
Responsible for Budget allocation and some public speaking
University Student Liaison Officer 2011 – 2012
Liaison Officer for LSBU and the IMechE ‘Institution of Mechanical Engineering.’
Representing the student population within the University
Student Representative for Mechanical Engineering 2009 – 2012
I have gained an immense amount of leadership skills and confidence through my role as Student Rep for 1st, 2nd and 3rd year.
Trainings and Workshops Attended
A)Best Practices for Maintenance & Reliability – United Arab Emirates/ Dubai
A)IOSH Working Safely – 1st Nov 2017
A)First Aid CPR AED – 14th Feb 2016
A)Attended Youth Empowerment Symposium – 9th & 10th Nov 2015
B)TOKHEIM – Training on TQC Electronics and Vapour Recovery – 18th Nov 2015
C) Fire Prevention & Protection Course – 13th April 2016
A)Schneider Electric – VFD/ Soft Starter/ Master pact & Compact Breakers/ IEC Standard for LV switchgear
B)Internal QMS Auditor Training Course (ISO 0991:2008)
Good oral and written communication skills.
Languages: fluent conversational Arabic and English (reading and writing)
Programming language: high level of proficiency in C++, MATLAB, AutoCAD and MS Office
Excellent organisational skills. Positive, enthusiastic and energetic attitude.
Full Driving Licence
Associate Member of IMechE
Member of Kuwait Society of Engineers
HOBBIES AND INTRESTS
I enjoy socialising and meeting new people. I believe myself to be honest, reliable and a friendly person who enjoys spending time with friends and family. I am also a sports person with a particular interest in football, snooker, swimming, jogging, and table tennis. I have also participated in my school tournaments at table tennis and football, for which I gained first places.
Available on request from
Dr. Mark Ellis LSBU Course Director Tel: +44 (0-20-781*-**** Email: email@example.com
Mr. Mohamed Makawi, General Manager at Al-Nisf Switchgear Plant Tel +965-****-**** Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Adel Shehab - Support Services & Project Assistant Manager at Oula Fuel Marketing: email@example.com