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Employment Objective

Dedicated and hard-working automotive engineering undergraduate, seeking a graduate opportunity where my skills and abilities can be tested within a fast paced and challenging environment. Looking to work within in an accomplished team that pushes the limits and does not settle for second best. 

Summary

A current automotive engineering student with a predicted 2.1 honours degree from Coventry University. A placement year was completed at Nissan Motor Co as a vehicle evaluation engineer, giving me a great foundation to start my career within the automotive sector.

  • Currently studying Automotive Engineering at Coventry University
  • Predicted 2:1
  • Placement year at Nissan R&D Europe (NTCE) - Vehicle Evaluation Engineer
  • Skills in using a wide range of CAD and CAM software including Catia, Solidworks, Delcam, Matlab Simulink and Abacus.
  • Highly motivated, ambitious to succeed, disciplined and can productively interact with people to get best results.

Education

Sep 2014May 2018

Coventry University

2.1 (Predicted) BEng Automotive Engineering
  • Analytical and quantitative thinking, with a strict and proficient approuch to managing work loads
  • An ability to accuratly review, analyse and interpret complex data, before presenting it back in a format understandable by technical and non technical individuals
  • A strong fundamental understanding of engineering princibles
  • Accomplished communication skills, both written and verbal, developed through extensive group work, essays and presentations.
  • Notibable modules - Analytical Modelling, FEA, Automotive Engines and Aerodynamics, Managing Project with Microsoft Project, Vehicle Dynamics

Career History

Aug 2016Sep 2017

Vehicle Evaluation Engineer - Industrial Placement

Nissan Motor Co Ltd.
  • Project management of vehicle test plans (Microsoft Project) including logistics and vehicle transport around Europe
  • 10 weeks spent in France leading a quality control activity at manufacturing plant
  • Completing extensive test items and reporting findings in key milestone meetings to both technical and non technical attendees
  • Lead test engineer for prototype HMI software/hardware - running weekly review meetings with design engineers reporting my testing
  • Driver training - Understanding limit handling of vehicles at Mira proving ground learning how to stay in control under many different circumstances
Feb 2017Present

STEM Ambassador

STEM West Midlands

During my placement year, I opted to become part of the STEM ambassador team for West Midlands area.

  • Volunteering to give talks/presentations at local schools to promote interest into STEM subjects and careers
  • Helped Nissan to run promotional events aimed at ages 8-18, with the aim to show what one can expect within an engineering R&D role
  • Maintaining a professional and respectable attitude at all times when volunteering - constantly thinking about public image of the organisation
  • Before gaining ambassador status, an extensive induction had to be completed into what is expected and the goals of the organisation - a full DBS check was also carried out

Sep 2015Feb 2016

Bar Assistant

JD Wetherspoon
  • Maintaining the highest quality standards throughout the day
  • Late finish times with university lectures in the morning has allowed me to embrace hard work and long working hours
  • Dealing with customer confrontation (drunk/angry) in a professional manner
  • Having extensive knowledge into what the pub sells. Job knowledge is key to good business. 

Interests

  • Technical Analysis - Self taught to be efficient at understanding financial charts and indicators, investing in the FOREX market in free time
  • 3 years clean drivers licence.

References

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