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     Date Submitted:23-09-2015
     Last Modified:06-10-2015 (05:11)
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     Current job:Team Lead of Space Concordia – Satellite Division
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMechanical, Systems Engineer
    CV

    EDUCATION

    Bachelor of Engineering - Mechanical (Expected 2017)

    Concordia University, Montreal, QC

    ·      Member of the Institute for Co-operative Education

    ·      GPA 3.9/4.30

    ·      Dean’s List (2014)

    ·      Member of the Golden Key International Honor’s Society

     

    DEC in Pure & Applied Sciences (2013)

    Marianopolis College, Westmount, QC

     

    Diplôme d’études secondaires (2011)

    Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, Montreal, QC

     

    ENGINEERING WORK

    Team Lead of Space Concordia – Satellite Division (2013-Present)

    Concordia University, Montreal, QC

    ·         Work in a diverse student-organized team to build a functioning Satellite for the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge.

    ·         Act as a leader, an administrator, a human resource agent, a financial officer and a project manager.

    ·         Coordinate system requirements, develop overall mission objectives and assist all satellite subdivisions.

    ·         Develop professional relationships with large companies and industry professionals.

    ·         Organize educational outreach events for the general public and teach space engineering techniques.

    ·         Won 2nd place in the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge (2014).

    ·         Technology applied: Catia V5, NX 8.5, Asana, Satellite Toolkit

    ·         Skills acquired: Team dynamics and trust, Work under pressure, Researching skills, Reliability, Adaptability, Leadership, Networking, Hands-on Experience with Space Engineering Techniques

     

    Systems Integration Intern - Propulsion (August – December 2014)

    Bombardier Aerospace, Montreal, Quebec

    ·         Supported aircraft fuel specialist and fuel inerting specialist in test report reviews and in certification, regulation and conformity.

    ·         Generated feedback to suppliers and flight test engineers problems to assure well-being of aircrafts.

    ·         Developed engineering judgement on requirements for certification of aircraft.

    ·         Developed autonomy to work with various internal tools.

    ·         Technology being applied: Enovia V5, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint).

     

    SUMMARY OF SKILLS

    Applications

    Catia/Enovia V5(Part, Assembly Design), NX 8.5 (Part, Assembly Design), Satellite Toolkit, Matlab (Basic), Microsoft Office (Visual Studio 2012, VBA), Adobe Acrobat

     

    Languages

    English, French, Tagalogwritten and spoken

     

    Programing Languages

    C++ (Basic), HTML (Basic), VBA (Basic)

     

     

     

    OTHER EXPERIENCES

    Vice President of Marketing (2010-2011)

    Jeunes Entreprises du Québec, Montreal, QC

    ·         Worked with a team of over 20 students to produce and sell custom-designed t-shirts and earned a respectable net profit within one school year.

    ·         Kept track of all the stock, supplies, products and sales by creating and updating an excel spreadsheet.

    ·         Created ties and negotiated to maintain a professional image within and outside the company.

    ·         Technology applied: Microsoft (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)

    ·         Skills acquired: Leadership, Communication skills, Initiative, Organization, Innovation, Networking

     

    Market Research Interviewer (June-August 2012)

    Concordia University, Montreal, QC

    ·         Communicated one-on-one interviews with customers over the phone.

    ·         Maintained a polite and entertaining composure to unpleasant customers.

    ·         Skills acquired: Communication skills, Patience, Managing difficult clients

     

    VOLUNTEER WORK

    Youth Supervisor (Sept 2013– Dec 2014)

    Annunciation Parish, Montreal, QC

    ·         Supervised and animate a group of high school students.

    ·         Organized and direct monthly meetings, activities and discussion topics.

    ·         Provided leadership role to the youths to maintain a controlled and friendly environment.

    ·         Skills acquired: Leadership, Team dynamics, Discipline, Organization skills, Resilience and Reliability

     

    Parish Volunteer (2007– present)

    Annunciation Parish, Montreal, QC

    ·         Helped set-up and clean-up in various events throughout the year with different people.

    ·         Organized or host some of these events.

    ·         Read in front of hundreds of people in a monthly basis.

    ·         Skills acquired: Teamwork, Community Involvement, Organization skills, Confidence and Reliability, Dependability

     

    Auctioneer and Server (2010)

    Chinese General Hospital, Montreal, QC

    ·         Helped set-up and clean-up for a yearly banquet.

    ·         Set-up and supervise an auction.

    ·         Skills acquired: Coordination and Discipline, Attentiveness and Awareness

     

    EXTRA-CURRICULAR / INTERESTS

    Experience Abroad        Asia (Philippines, China, Hong Kong, South Korea). Australia and the United States

    Reading                               Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, The Martian

    Sports                                  Skiing, Outremont-TMR Hockey Team (05-09), West Island Badminton Team (05-07)

    Passions                              Space & Astrophysics, Rocketry & Propulsion, Orbital Mechanics, Technology & Innovation, Design Software, Computer Operating Systems and Gaming Hardware


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