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Objectives

Senior graduating in May with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering seeking a full time job after graduation. Skills include: Manufacturing and Machinist Experience, GD&T Trained, Firearm Handling and Gunsmithing, and Precision Handloading of Rifle Calibers. 

Interests include Exterior and Interior Ballistics, Precision Rifle Shooting, Ammunition Design and Manufacturing, Firearm Design and Manufacturing. 

Work History

Aug 2016Current

Lab Associate

University of Southern Maine

Tasks include overseeing the woods and metals shops, building research, test equipment, and teaching aides for professors, supervising students operating equipment while providing feedback and constructive criticism on their projects.

May 2018Aug 2018

Gun Floor Salesman

Kittery Trading Post

Duties include guiding the customer to the right product based on questions and their answers while giving sound advice and a knowledgeable opinion on firearms, federal laws, optics, accessories, and equipment. Expertise in reloading, bolt action rifles, and pistols.

May 2017Aug 2017

Manufacturing Engineering Intern

Sig Sauer

Charged with assisting a senior engineer in the management of a rifle barrel manufacturing process from raw stock to finished assembly. Tasks include gage and fixture design in SolidWorks and management of deep hole drilling, pull ream, vertical hone, hammer forge, and lathe machines.

Education

Aug 2015Current

Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering

University of Southern Maine

Classes include: Solidworks Design and Drafting, Design of Machines and Mechanisms, Theory and Applications of Vibrations, Composites, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Acoustics, Thermodynamics, and a Capstone Project dealing with the topic of Exterior and Interior Ballistics.

Skills

Manufacturing

GD&T Certifications in GD&T Fundementals and Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis according to the ASME Y14.5-2009 Standard

Precision Rifle Handloading and Gunsmithing

Knowledge of the different variables that effect ammunition accuracy and capable of creating ammunition that is superior to commercially available ammo. Able to build and modify bolt action rifles to accurize the platform including rebarreling, headspacing, and trigger work.

NRA High Power

Master Classification in NRA F-Class Mid-Range. Capable of running a firing line according to NRA Safety Standards

References

Chad Seeley

Lab Manager and Supervisor of Lab Associate Work Study Program at USM

207-780-5754 or [email protected]

Josh Beaulieu

Senior Manufacturing Engineer at Sig Sauer and 2017 Summer Internship Supervisor

603-610-3326 or [email protected]

Dr. Mike Davis

USM Mechanical Engineering Professor and Academic Adviser

207-780-5956 or [email protected]

Dr. James Masi

USM Mechanical Engineering Professor 

207-780-5287 or [email protected]

Charles Largay

USM Cybersecurity Professor and Professional Mentor

207-838-2238 or [email protected]