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     Date Submitted:30-01-2013
     Last Modified:10-02-2013 (04:14)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineering recent graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsGraduate Aerospace Engineer entry level stress FEM thermal
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    Objective:
     
    I am a New Zealand citizen and I recently graduated from RMIT University with first class honours in Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering. I am a loyal and committed individual who can adapt easily to new environments and challenging situations. I am able to deal with pressure and think outside the box. I am looking for a suitable graduate or entry level position in an engineering, aerospace or aviation company, which will broaden my horizons and provide the opportunity to apply my engineering, communication and learning skills in order to provide outstanding service to the company.
     
    Education:
     
    March 2008 - Present Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) with First Class Honours
    [GPA of 3.5/4.0]
    RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. 
    Sept 2006 - June 2007 GCE Advanced Level Mathematics and Physics (Edexel Syllabus) [91% - A Grade Average]
    St Mary’s Catholic High School, Dubai, UAE. 
    Sept 2004 - June 2006 International General Certificate of Secondary Education (Cambridge Syllabus) [6A* - Perfect Grades]
    The Westminster School, Dubai, UAE. 
     
    Professional Employment:
    February 2011 - August 2011, Thermal Engineering Intern, Astrium GmbH
    Involved in projects mainly related to planetary entry Mars/Earth re-entry vehicle thermal protection systems (TPS) and Spacecraft thermal control. Main tasks included converting geometric mathematical models of spacecraft to thermal mathematical models in order to calculate temperatures of onboard electronic equipment during different flight phases.
     
    Achievements and Activities:
     
    Participant of student exchange program to Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in China for one semester 2009 – Undertook six courses which included four core engineering subjects, elementary Chinese and a design and build of an electric powered  surveillance UAV.
    Golden Key National Honour Society 2008 – membership extended to top 15% of students for outstanding academic achievement. 
     
    Professional Memberships:
    Student Member of Engineers Australia
    Member of AESA (Aerospace Engineers Students Association)
     
    Relevant Skills:
     
    Engineering and Software Skills:
    Gained knowledge in basic aerodynamics/fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, aircraft stability, solid mechanics, aircraft structures, aircraft propulsion and wind turbines during my undergraduate study program.
    Able to operate many software applications such as CATIA, MSC NASTRAN, MSC PATRAN, SolidWorks, AVL and Profili. Practised during tertiary education and professional internship.
    Gained experience in thermal modelling software such as ESATAN and Thermal Desktop during an internship with Astrium GmbH, Germany.
    Confident and experienced in MS Office Package and basic Web Design. These skills were incorporated into numerous class presentations and voluntary work activities. 
    Have a small background in MATLAB and FORTRAN 77 programming languages. 
     
    Communication Skills: 
    Communicated with a range of non-English speaking people during my exchange semester in China and internship in Germany. 
    Verbal communication skills were also regularly practiced during numerous presentations and group meetings during tertiary education.
    Written skills were exercised throughout my tertiary education and internships through report writing of technical papers, thesis paper and other assignments.
    Fluent in English, Hindi and Malayalam. I am capable of learning a new language if necessary and find the challenge of learning a new language to be exhilarating
     
    Learning and Adaptability Skills: 
    Capable of managing my own learning using a range of mediums
    Having studied and/or worked in India, New Zealand, Australia, United Arab Emirates ,China and Germany, I am able to easily adapt to a new culture and environment. 
    The multicultural exposure has also allowed me to explore new ideas and techniques, enabling me to learn in any environment — on or off the job. It has also helped me work efficiently in diverse environments.
     
    Teamwork Skills: 
    Demonstrated a range of teamwork skills in different roles as part of group assignments throughout tertiary studies. 
     
    Other Employment:
    September 2011 - January 2012, Office Assistant, Siroya Collections.
    Main tasks included the organisation of monthly accounts into a systematic format using spread sheet. I introduced double entry bookkeeping system to track expense and revenue accurately. I attempted a profit projection for 2011 using available accounts data. Was involved in budget planning, cost management and cost reduction planning for the future.
     
    Tasks and Responsibilities Undertaken:
     
    Class President –     Year 11 (2005-2006)
    Student Council Member –   Year 10/Year 11 (2004-2006)
    Completed 40 hours of community service 2006-2007
     
    High School Awards:
    Student of the Month Year 11 (Sept 2005)
    Student of the Year Year 10 (2004-2005)
    Outstanding Performance In English Literature Year 10 (2004-2005)
    General Proficiency (Academic Award) Year 10 (2004-2005)
    Exhibition of Universal Values Year 10 (2004-2005)
     
     
    Interests and Activities:
     
    I love listening to music and I play a little guitar and keyboard. I also like watching movies and I enjoy spending time playing cricket and squash. I am a keen traveller and have spent time backpacking through Europe and Asia. In my spare time I sometimes spend my time collecting currency coins of different countries and ages. I also collect stamps and read fiction.
     
     
    References:
     
    Mr. Wolfgang P.P. Fischer, Head of Section & Project Manager Re-entry Systems, Astrium Space Transportation, Bremen, Germany.
    E-Mail: wolfgang.fischer(at)astrium.eads.net
     
    Mr. Anshul Siroya, Managing Director, Siroya Collections, Dubai, UAE.
    E-mail: asiroya(at)emirates.net.ae, anshulsiroya(at)gmail.com
     
    Prof Aliakbar Akbarzadeh, Professor and Leader of Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy (CARE) Group in the School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
    E-mail: aliakbar.akbarzadeh(at)rmit.edu.au 


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