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Fatima Sidaoui

Water Resources Engineer in Training (E.I.T)

Relevant Experience

Jan 2015Present

E-Book Editor

Alternatives Journal, Kitchener, ON
  • Applies critical thinking to check credibility of facts in articles before publishing
  • Researches relevant journal articles for E-book, compiles information on recent issues and blogs related to climate change and evaluates information for suitability 
  • Copies blog posts formats information into a Word document Provides ideas and changes for E-book implementing recommendations for continuous improvement
May 2013Nov 2013

Environmental Technical Support Specialist

Schlumberger Water Services, Kitchener, ON
  • Responded to technical software questions via phone, email or online via WebEx
  • Assisted clients with projects through the Extended Support service 
  • Reported software defects and suggested improvements to the development team using Microsoft Test Manager and Visual Studio 
  • Tested environmental software applications
May 2012Aug 2012

Research Assistant

Faculty of Landscape Architecture, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
  • Engaged in a project investigating the role of rural colleges in supporting small-medium enterprises(SME) 
  • Strong research skills and ability to meet timelines through assisting Professor in diligently collecting relevant information for multiple academic research projects
  • Showed proficiency using Excel and census data to develop and organize documents



B.Eng,  Water Resources

University of Guelph

Water Resources Engineering focuses on the use and management of land and water resources in rural and urban watersheds. 

Learned to design and develop creative solutions to protect groundwater, soil, wetlands, streams and lakes. Trained to apply engineering analysis and computer models to identify water resources problems and design engineering solutions to these challenges.

Topics covered:

Water conservation - River restoration - Water supply - Storm water management - Groundwater protection - Rural water management - Flood protection - Groundwater utilization - Geographical Information Systems - Modelling - Environmental science - Meteorology and Geology.



Natural ability to simplify complex concepts for others to facilitate understanding.

Water Management