CV: Aerospace Engineering MS Graduate

 


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 Date Submitted:24-03-2016
 Last Modified:07-01-2019 (12:51)
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 Current job:Aerospace Engineering MS Graduate
 Employment Term:Either
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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PROFILE

A proficient and hard-working postgraduate with a wide variety of inter-personal skills and experiences with and related to Aerospace. I am passionate and motivated to work practically and put my acquired skills to the greater benefits as I continue to learn and grow in professionalism.

EDUCATIONAL

DATE

Qualifications

2017 - 2018

NVQ3 Metallurgy Apprenticeship

North Lindsey College, Scunthorpe

Chemistry, Metal and Ore Processing, Coal and Coke, Blast Furnace, BOS (Basic Oxygen Steel) Making, Electric Arc, Secondary Steel Making, Chemistry Steel Making, Solidification and Refinery of Metals, Casting and Concast (continuous casting), Primary and Secondary Policy, Hot and Cold Finishing, Rolling, Forging and Heating, Plate and Strip Mills, Quality, Inspection and Testing of Metal, History of Iron and Steel UK, Scunthorpe Steelworks

 

2013 to 2015

MSc in Aerospace Engineering

Coventry University

Relevant Modules: Flight dynamics and Simulation, Sustainable Aviation, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Experimental Methods and Techniques, Project Management.

 

2010 to 2013

BEng (Hons) in Aerospace Engineering

Queen Mary University of London

Relevant Modules: High & Low Speed Aerodynamics, Stability and Control of Aircraft, Applied Aerodynamics, Operational and Financial Management, Mechanics of Fluids, Electrical Technology, Thermodynamics, Computer Aided Analysis (AutoCAD 2008, Abaqus, CFD/ Fluent Simulation Software).

 

2009 to 2010

Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (SEFP).

Queen Mary University of London

Relevant Modules: Mathematics, Physics, Design for Engineers, Introduction to Engineering, Information and Communication Skills for Engineers.

 

2007 to 2009

Sir Joseph Williamson Mathematical School

AS Levels - Mathematics, Physics, ICT and Chemistry

A Levels - Mathematics, Physics and ICT

 

2005 to 2007

O-LEVELS/ GCSE

The Business Academy, Bexley (BAB), London.

Passed 10 Subjects including Mathematics, Sciences (physics, chemistry and biology), ICT, Geography, Business Studies, German and AutoCAD Engineering.

PROJECTS

2014 Dissertation: ‘ATTITUDE CONTROL OF A CUBESAT UNDER ENERGY CONSTRAINTS’

Researched on current Matlab programming solutions and critically analysing of their credible underlying assumptions and limitations.

Postulating of a better programming language for attitude control under pragmatic energy constraints

Documented daily activity log to sustain accountability integrity with supervisor.

2014 Group Project Management: ‘Design of a Futuristic Smart Classroom for the Ellen Terry Building’

Lead a team of 4 people (professionally and inter-personally) with specially delegated roles to achieve 90% marks in the group work.

Online and Physical Group and Group Work Collaboration and Organisation while joining in the writing and critical proof-reading of team member’s work.

Structuring team in Organisational Breakdown Structure, Work Breakdown Structure and Code of Conduct.

TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Programming

Matlab Simulink

HTML Source Coding

OpenFOAM

Good

Good

Good

Engineering

CATIA

HyperMesh

AutoCAD

Good

Good

Excellent

MS Office

Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access

Project Professional

Excellent

 

Good

Operating Systems

Windows 8/ 7/ Vista/ XP, Linux Ubuntu

Excellent

Hardware

Engineering apparatus & maintenance

Excellent

Language

English

German

Excellent

Basic

WORKING EXPERIENCE

2017 October – 2018 September, British Steel Manufacturing Apprentice

Working in a heavy steel industry

Taken Sling and Burning courses

Calculating different temperatures for many grades of steel

Casting the molten steel and turning them into blooms

Monitoring the whole casting process from start to finish

Being accountable to managers and ordering to replenish mould powders, tundish lids, starter powders, shrouds etc

Maintaining and repairing the certain machines in the casting plant that I am authorised to do

Using the bespoke casting software and working in the control room near the PLC room

2016 October – 2017 July, Incentive Facilities Management (FM), Bluewater

Cleaning of toilets, malls, tables, floor etc

Ensuring a very high health and safety standard of the environment

Reporting to the Team Leader or Liaising with other departments such as the Maintenance and Engineering department

Smiling, being approachable and demonstrating high customer service

2016 April – May, Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI), Aylesford

As a factory assistant, I volunteer my time and energy into giving as many expert mentors a helping hand where possible while executing lean engineering processes where necessary

Working with military veterans from various countries and sectors such as the Air Force to achieve daily engineering projects

Self-driven to get involved in my passion of realistic engineering problem based learning from design, to materials to packaging of the delivered products

2013 November – 2015, Costcutter, Coventry University Hub, Coventry

Displaying Inter-disciplinary and inter-personal skills while working at different positions and interacting with different ethnical individuals respectively

Quick thinking and impromptu assistance even in other departments such as hospitality’s cooking and catering and social events

Sacrificing personal time for extra availability to help customers or team members with pertinent issues.

2013 August - 2013 September, ASDA Cold Room Warehouse CDC, Erith

Was noted as one of the best workers on the team by my line manager.

In the absence of the line manager, the line manager made me responsible for junior workers.

Honestly carried 'working-procedures' to the letter as efficiently as possible.

2009 – 2013, Bluesea Composite Supermarket – Volunteer (Business Owner Assistant)

Maintaining a good standard health and safety environment.

Stock control: Co-ordinating shop inventory from suppliers/ market to the customers.

Customer Service: accountable and trusted with issues of the customers.

2009 – Date, Peace and Love Charity – Volunteer (Youth Leader)

Leading young people in which I organise rehearsals, events and meetings.

Engaging and facilitating group work and encouraging group participation.

Liaising between adults and young people; and Technical Department and the others to who it may concern

27th – 31st March 2007, TSK Hydrotherapy Engineering Ltd – Work Experience (Business Owner Assistant)

Observed Repair of Hydrotherapy equipment and beds.

Assisted with repair of hydrotherapy beds.

Observed and understood how interactions are made to clients/ customers to achieve their needs by Phone Calls, Web Messaging (mass emailing, web postings), signing of delivery form, sending off repaired hydrotherapy equipment and getting customer feedback.

INTERESTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Member of QM Kendo Martial Arts Club and QM Ballroom and Latin dancing Club.

Selected to represent the BAB school’s Science Department at Buckingham Palace for Science Day 2006.

Keeping myself physical fit and joining a good cause such as a charity.

Completed a course to get a Certificate in Customer Service from City&Guilds

Attained a Certificate of attendance for a Flight Laboratory Course given by the National Flying Centre

REFERENCES

References available upon request


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