Full Name: Saleh S. S. Abdul Rahman
Address: Al Farwaniyah - Kuwait
To gain professional experience at a company that offers a challenging and consistently positive atmosphere; learning more about Oil and Gas Engineering and seeking a full-time entry- level position within the field of Oil and Gas Engineering. PERSONAL
Place/Date of Birth: Zarqa – Jordan / December 9th, 1994 Languages: Arabic (Mother tongue)
Master’s (M.Sc.) Degree in Oil and Gas Engineering Coventry University – School of Energy, Construction and Environment
Period: Sep, 2018 – Sep, 2019.
Thesis: Evaluation of electrostatic precipitator explosion in ExxonMobil refinery accident in Torrance California using Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) method.
Bachelor’s (B.Sc.) Degree in Chemical Engineering The University of Jordan – School of Engineering
Period: Sep, 2012 – May, 2017.
Graduation project: Production of Mono Potassium Phosphate.
Worked on a project within the Local Chemical Industry course: Production of Sunscreen from Olive Mill Waste.
Membership at the Jordan Engineers Association (JEA), 2017-Current.
One year student membership at the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), 2018-2019. TECHNICAL
Proficient using Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint and Visio).
Very good with using CES Edu Pack software.
Good with using ANSYS Fluent software.
Very good with using UniSim software.
Good with using Re-Studio-Eclipse software.
2 months of being a student representative during Pre-Sessional English Course at Coventry University at Elm Bank building.
8 Weeks of Training at the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) a subsidiary of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC).
Participated with a student union-recognized voluntary group that supported students with academic guidance and non-curricular activities at the University of Jordan.
Volunteering Day job for providing meals and entertainment trip for orphans.
Volunteering as a guide for the new registered students for the tour of The University of Jordan faculties.
REFERENCES References available upon request