• Glenroy VIC 3046
Muhammad Adam 

Muhammad Adam 

Trainee Engineer                                     Skilled Permanent Resident

Summary

Experienced in engineering systems operations, together with a holistic understanding of augmented and integrated assignment designation protocols including such work parameters as allocation, procurement, archiving and extensive inventory functions of constituent elements, subsystems and assets. Efficient in seamless, fluid and coherent communication with adequate discretion in disclosure.

Work History

Work History

Trainee Engineer

Jul 2014 - Aug 2015
Weber Technologies Biocyte
  • Coordinated and collaborated with manufacturing division for evaluation of materials selection and classification processes, including citing hazard communication standard related to the workplace 
  • Regulated and supervised manufacturing and synthesis processes by monitoring process control conditions and functions 
  • Conducted non-destructive testing for quality assurance purposes and to ensure equipment, plant and materials met specified design and operation criteria
  • Assembled reports on product analysis results, non-destructive analysis results, material safety data sheets, standard operating procedures, and safe working limits 
  • Revised and ensured compliance with manuals of industrial operating specifications, standardized practices and statutory conformance

Intern

Jun 2013 - Jul 2013
KSB Pumps
  • Used company's proprietary data entry, database management and 3D modeling software to navigate through company product line, production cycles, clientele and major deliverables
  • Participated in casting operations at the compound foundry
  • Analyzed quarterly fiscal production reports

Education

Education

B.Eng Materials Engineering

2010 - 2014
NUST School of Chemical & Materials Engineering

Certifications

Certifications

International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

Jan 2015
NEBOSH

Training & Volunteer Work


  • Vocational training at Center for International Peace and Stability (CIPS), NUST
  • Regulated community service (30 hours field work) under NUST community service initiative

 

Skills

Skills

Computer Aided Design

Microsoft Office Suite

Six Sigma yellow belt equivalent training