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Engineering Information Security

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Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Posted:
December 28, 2020

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Nader Mayeli

Cable House, Liverpool

+**(*)756-***-**** adi0dm@r.postjobfree.com https://uk.linkedin.com/in/nader-mayeli-0098021 Practiced researcher and materials scientist with more than 5 years of hands-on experience and advanced studies in materials engineering (natural/ synthetic) focused on fibre deformation, fibre-fibre bonds, fibre-water interactions, secondary fibres (MOW, ONP and OMG), sheet structure (dimensional properties), and sheet shrinkage during the drying process. Skilled in materials science, fibre physics, packaging, polymers, pulp and paper science and production process including recycling operations as well as understanding and controlling the processes used to make a diverse range of hygiene products including tissue papers, diapers, towels, and medicine. Strongly committed to achieving challenging goals, working closely with diverse specialists through full lifecycle of research, studies, and laboratory experimentations. CORE COMPETENCIES

Materials Science & Engineering Research & Development Manufacturing Policies / Procedures Pulp & Paper Science Tissue Paper Converting Lab Environments Data Research, Analysis, Reporting Raw Materials Competitor Analysis Experiments Engineering Publications Non-Woven Engineering Composite Engineering Testing Prototyping Materials Chemistry Process Improvement Industrial Operations Wood Science Pulping Process Virgin & Secondary Fibres Paper Recycling Deinking Process Troubleshooting Health & Safety Ceramics Polymers GMP Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Level 7 Diploma in Project Management Level 7 Diploma in Global Project Management Technical Skills: MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint), PI ProcessBook, SPSS, Root Cause Analysis; Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Prince2 Methodologies; Quality Management System PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Ventus Medical Ltd:

Materials Scientist 04.2019-Present

• R&D of new materials for suitability in product

• Development of new designs for product and assist with product development and creation of SOP’s

• Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate prototyping of new concepts

• Determine the process for creating a new item

• Implement appropriate H&S in the workplace

• Develop technical documentation for QMS

• Coordination of testing and sampling development

• Maintaining the Quality Management System to ISO13485 or other standards

• Set and control targets and in line with production budgets

• Sourcing of new key suppliers and communicating with key suppliers

• Initiate and generate ideas based on reading and research Workers’ Educational Association (WEA):

Science, IT and Community Engagement Tutor 06.2018-03.2019

• Advertised and recruited students through liaising with partners including community centres

• Designed, planned and delivered resources, materials, S.O.W, lesson plan, formative and summative assessments embedding WEA themes as well as conducting initial and diagnostic assessments Assist Resourcing UK:

Performance Coach 09.2016-03.2018

• Checked, recorded, analysed and reported workers’ KPI

• Supervised the work of staff

• Interpreted workers’ performance to track their targets and delivered training sessions as required

• Completed and archived each worker’s data using spreadsheets for partner’s audit monitoring visits SCA Stubbins Mill:

Research Intern 03.2015-07.2016

Provided planning and evaluation of new projects, generated reports and worked closely with engineers and managers as needed. Monitored project progress and expenditures for completed workload. Contributed to enhancements in product quality by identifying primary causes of failures, introduced corrective actions based on comprehensive root cause analysis.

Key achievements

• Completed extensive research, field testing of new products, and full lifecycle of trials

• Eliminated material losses associated with manufacturing processes through strategies development

• Enhanced process yields through continuous improvements, delivering engineering support to operations

• Saved over £35,000 p.a. through reduction of fibre losses in deinking plant

• Generated over £30,000 p.a. savings by reducing energy consumption

• Minimised ash in deinking plant, impacting efficiency and final product quality University of Manchester:

Laboratory and Science Teaching Assistant 12.2011-06.2012

• Help students grasp theories and gain better understanding of learning objectives in science

• Aided students who needed additional support in certain areas of science topics and doing experiments

• Handled preparation of samples and specimens for laboratory experiments

• Ensured proper disposal of chemicals and waste products in compliance with safety regulations EDUCATION

UK Professional Development Academy:

Level 7 Diploma in Global Project Management (GPM) 08.2020-10.2020

• Completed this 120 credit Level 7 diploma in GPM which is an accredited course by Step Ahead CPD Qualifications, one of the recognised CPD organisation in the UK & worldwide UK Professional Development Academy:

Level 7 Diploma in Project Management 04.2020-7.2020

• Completed this 120 credit Level 7 diploma in project management which is an accredited course by Step Ahead CPD Qualifications, one of the recognised CPD organisation in the UK & worldwide University of Manchester, United Kingdom:

PhD in Materials Science and Engineering 09.2011-11.2015

• Completed extensive research on fibre physics and paper sheet structure with a particular focus on fibre deformation (natural and synthetic fibres) and its effect on the network structure of paper composite which is an important property of paper sheets affecting the mechanical properties of the web and consequently manufacturing efficiency. He presented the outcome of his project in the ‘Advances in Pulp and Paper Research’, the 15th Fundamental Research Symposium in the Oxford and Cambridge Series held at Robinson College, Cambridge, UK, September 2013, and in the ‘Progress in Paper Physics’ seminar, North Carolina, USA, September 2014

IAU, Science and Research Branch, Iran:

MScs in Wood Science & Paper Technology 09.2006-11.2009

• Completed extensive research on the enzymatic deinking of used papers: mixed office waste paper, old newspaper and old coated magazine using different HLB values of a non-ionic surfactant and temperature AWARDS/ TRAININGS & CERTIFICATES

SCA Stubbins Mill: SCA Rear Award for outstanding contribution and exceptional initiative University of Manchester: Manchester GRADschool best poster award SCA Stubbins Mill: Individual responsibility for information security certificate Workers’ Educational Association (WEA): Prevent, safeguarding and digital resilience UK Professional Development Academy: Lean process and six sigma green belt UK Professional Development Academy: Level 7 diploma in project management UK Professional Development Academy: Level 7 diploma in global project management



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