Andrew Williams

4th Class Power Engineer

Work History

Work History
May 2014 - Present

Technician CAN-AK Industrial Services

Technician CAN-AK Industrial Services

- Monitor operation of pumps, heaters, vacuum distillation chambers, filters, and all connections made during operation to ensure proper operation pressure, temperature, and flow rates

-Maintain settings and parameters required for proper operation

-Analyze each system to ensure jump hoses are installed in the proper location

-Remove CAN-AK parts and re-assemble cleaned equipment and test each connection

-Ensure the safety of crew members during operation of equipment

Sep 2013 - Apr 2014

Self Employed Tutor

SAIT Polytechnic

- Designed and ran a structured, weekly group tutorial session for 13 students for calculus

- Greatly increased each students' performance on assignments and exams

Nov 2012 - Sep 2013

Operations Coordinator

University of Lethbridge Students' Union

- Managed short and long term rentals of Students' Union Building rooms

- Dealt with day to day operation of the Students' Union Building

- Liaised with University Departments to advance ULSU initiatives

- Coordinated the production of the Student Handbook

Education

Education
Sep 2013 - Apr 2014

Power Engineering Technology

SAIT Polytechnic

- Gained experience operating various boilers, turbines, compressors, and other equipment

- Earned 4th Class Power Engineering certification from ABSA in May of 2014

- Currently pursuing 3rd class certification via correspondence with SAIT Polytechnic

Sep 2007 - Apr 2012

B.Sc.

University of Lethbridge

- Graduated with B.Sc. Physics in April of 2012

- Served part time as ULSU Arts & Science Representative for the 2010-2011 academic year

- Served full time as ULSU Vice President Academic for the 2011-2012 academic year

Certifications

Certifications
May 2014 - Present

4th Class Power Engineer

ABSA
Awarded in May of 2014