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Summary

I am a recent college graduate looking to transition from oil and gas to an exciting career in the technology industry.  I have extensive experience from my most recent role as an Offshore Support Engineer for the Shell Oil Company, where I held the responsibility of being the only offshore engineering support on a deep water production platform.  My internship experience ranges from the design and development of corporate office furniture to maintenance and reliability engineering in an oil refinery.  

Education

Sep 2008Dec 2013

B.S.E. Mechanical Engineering with Energy Concentration

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Dean's list 

President of Michigan Recreational Tennis Club

Work experience

Jan 2014Present

Offshore Support Engineer

Shell Oil Company
  • As the sole engineer on the platform , I demonstrated responsibility and leadership in making production and safety critical decisions.  
  • I managed projects for production de-bottlenecking and increasing equipment reliability while working in multidisciplinary teams.  
  • As part of my development, I learned about process design, industrial turbo machinery, process control & automation, and electrical power generation systems for offshore production platforms.
May 2012Aug 2013

Maintenance and Rotating Equipment Engineering Internships

BP
  • Worked two internships at the BP-Huskey Refinery in Toledo, OH in both the Maintenance and the Rotating Equipment groups supporting the Maintenance & Reliability team at the Toledo refinery.  
  • Worked on drawing verification, equipment database creation, and maintenance improvement projects while learning about static and rotating equipment used in refining operations
May 2011Aug 2011

Product Development Engineering Internship

Watson Furniture Group
  • Interned in Product Development Engineer for Watson Furniture, a Washington based company that designs and manufactures office furniture.
  • Utilized AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Autodesk Inventor to create visual 3D models, manufacturing patterns, and assembly instructions.
  • Conducted failure analysis and testing, ergonomics, manufacturing processes, and testing to industry standards. Gained experience with fabrication methods such as brake press forming, welding, bending, and stamping.