NAME: DAISY ATIENO OMONDI
Graduate Mechanical engineer passionate about working in industrial, commercial and social sectors with the main driving force being adding value and impact to bring positive change and development. Apart from being an engineer by profession, project management is a key area of interest for me and I continuously seek for more knowledge and skills to perfect this. I believe that with effective and efficient management of projects; the world can easily be transformed to a better place for everyone as more development will be achieved within a shorter period of time and will be carried out ensuring that all the stakeholders benefit as required. With the ability to learn quickly; I believe in intelligence, team work and devotion towards achievement of goals. Honesty, fairness, taking responsibility for own actions and morality are some of the personal attributes that I uphold both at work and out of work. Short term goals - to apply skills and knowledge acquired to work diligently amongst professional teams. Learning more in order to sharpen my skills further and contribute more in my working environment.
Long term goal - to actively participate in innovations and solving problems thereby improving the quality of human life by development of infrastructure in Kenya and the world at large. EDUCATION BACKGROUND
DURATION INSTITUTION QUALIFICATION
JANUARY 2020 - University of Nairobi Masters of Arts in Project Planning & Management - in
2013 - 2018 University of Nairobi BSc Degree Mechanical Engineering
Upper Second class Honors
2012 Alphax College Certificate of proficiency in
2008 - 2011 Loreto High School Limuru Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education
Mean grade, A plain.
PROJECTS AND ACADEMIC THESIS
Took part in the redesign and fabrication of plastic recycling machinery fit for the Kenya market at Gear Box workshop in August - September 2018. The main aim of this project was to find productive ways of reducing plastic waste from the environment through recycling to create water bottles and plastic kitchenware.
Undergraduate project, ‘Design of a plastic pyrolysis recycling plant for the Kenya plastics market.’ A productive solution to reduce plastic waste pollution (which is a current global challenge) by creation of diesel fuel from the plastic wastes. The data collected in the project research was used by another group of students to determine the feasibility of the project with the aim of actualizing the idea.
ISO 9000 quality standards training certificate.
Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) Registered Graduate Engineer, Serial number: B15817 IEK- Institution of Engineers in Kenya
Davis and Shirtliff, Kenya
Sales Engineer - November 2018 to present
Providing energy and water solutions to existing problems; solar energy, borehole solutions, irrigation, water pumps and water treatment solutions. This position involved writing project proposals, initiating projects and management of project implementation to successful end of project.
Nairobi City water and Sewerage Company Ltd
Student Attachee, Electro-mechanical department - (January to April) 2017. Roles:
Service and maintenance of water pumping stations
Service of company automobiles
Mumias Sugar Company Ltd
Student Attachee, Production line - (January to April) 2014. SKILLS
Fluent in English and Kiswahili.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Good interpersonal skills.
1. Prof. Julius Maima Ogola,
Chairman Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Nairobi.
P.O.BOX, 301**-*****, Nairobi.
Cell phone: 070*******
2. Julius Ndambuki,
Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company,
Supervisor, Electro-mechanical department.
P.O.BOX 306**-*****, Nairobi GPO
Cell phone: 072*******.
3 Michael O. Wajwang’a,
Sales Engineer, Davis and Shirtliff Nyali branch,