MILITZA ROSENDO, Ph.D.
Phoenix, AZ • email@example.com • 562-***-****
U.S. Permanent Resident
CORE STRENGTH & SKILLS
Electrical Design • Transmission & Distribution Systems • Engineering Economics • Power Flow Study • NEC • ETAP • Problem-Solving Skills • AutoCAD • GE PSLF • Technical Support • Energy Market Research SUMMARY
Ph.D., Electrical Engineer with 5 years of experience working in different industries such as utility, education, renewable energy, construction, and mining.
Effective multilingual communicator (fluent in English, Spanish, and Russian), able to discuss and clarify engineering, management and technical concepts to people with various levels of understanding.
Conscientious analyst of energy market trends with expertise in design and research offering specialized support to electrical power and solar businesses.
Hardworking, driven and self-motivated individual with easy-integration in multicultural environments and proven ability to meet tight deadlines leading to the discovery of novel targets in solar energy projects.
Transmission Operations Electrical Engineer II Apr. 2019 – Jul. 2019 Arizona Public Service, Phoenix
Performed seasonal study, next-day studies, planned and unplanned outage studies for Bulk Electric System (BES) and underlying facilities using GE PSLF to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the grid.
Provided solutions and planned mitigation options for potential problems on the electric grid such as voltage, overload and congestion management in order to remain within allowable operating limits, and development of operating procedures.
Maintained familiarity with NERC reliability standards and WECC reliability requirements as they relate to operation of the BES and participate in compliance activities. Math Tutor Sep. 2018 – Oct. 2018
Pima Community College, Tucson
Tutored students in math and undergraduate engineering courses and also supported the instructor to achieve goals beyond the regular classes.
Honed strategies for students to be able to recognize and practice efficient study habits, as well as fostered good time management skills, and new approaches to solving technical problems.
Assisted students in both the individual and group setting to develop better problem-solving skills.
Research Assistant Dec. 2012 – Mar. 2017
Department of Hydropower Engineering and Renewable Energy Sources, National Research University, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia
Recognized as an effective team worker and hard worker with a strong track record of completing projects on time and within budget as evidenced by managing 3 large solar energy research projects, utilizing multiple tools such as Homer, Python, and MATLAB.
Developed studies of current industry trends, project specifications, designs, and cost estimates as demonstrated by conducting research regarding the performance and economic feasibility of power supply systems based on different types of photovoltaic solar modules for different customers.
Performed investment analysis of energy-related projects by calculating the discounted cash flow rates of return and the payback periods in order to measure the profitability of the projects and determine the time required to recoup the funds that were spent. Electrical Engineer May. 2011 – Sep. 2011
Project EDC-Sur, ELECNOR Infrastructure, Venezuela
Demonstrated notable multitasking skills by designing and supporting the construction of high-voltage transmission lines while expanding a 230 KV Substation.
Reinforced relationships and negotiations with project subcontractors, achieving objectives on time through meticulous monitoring and managing project documentation.
Tracked goals based on the administration of the construction activities of a Thermal Power Plant with a capacity of 136 MW.
Electrical Engineering Intern Jan. 2009 – Jun. 2009 Siderurgica de Orinoco C.A. (SIDOR), Venezuela’s largest Steel Corporation, Venezuela
Worked independently in designing a 480 V Motor Control Center using AutoCAD.
Prepared electrical power system studies utilizing ETAP, including power system protection coordination, protective relay settings, and industrial conduit system design in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
Analyzed large datasets and managed all information regarding electric loads. EDUCATION
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering 2017
National Research University, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia Graduate Certificate in Management and Organizational Development 2017 Jose Antonio Paez University, Venezuela
Graduate Certificate in Russian Language Studies and General Disciplines 2012 Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia
Electrical Engineering, Power Systems 2009
UNEFA University, Venezuela
Excellent performance in Ph.D. Comprehensive Exams
3rd Place overall grades in graduating Electrical Engineering class ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE PROFICENCY
Fluent in English, Spanish and Russian. Elementary in French REFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS
Available upon request