To whom it may concern:
I am a graduate of the Power Engineering Program at the New Brunswick Community College, Saint John Campus, in New Brunswick, Canada and I have my Second Class Power Engineering License. As well, I was on the Deans List after completing both my first and second year of the Power Engineering program.
I am also a graduate from the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. As a result of this education, I have had the opportunity to spend much time working in labs utilizing analytical wet chemistry methods, quantitative/qualitative, and volumetric analysis. I have had experience working with various analytical instruments including: Gas and Liquid Chromatography, Mass Spec., NMR, IR and UV Spec. and X-Ray crystallography analysis.
Over the past several years, I have had the opportunity to work at various jobs, the more recent being with the Saint John Regional Hospital and prior to that the Sucor sugar refinery. At Sucor, I was involved in the everyday operations of the boiler plant as well as the design, construction and commissioning of various equipment both in the boiler plant and the sugar process. I also acted as acting Chief Engineer on occasions when the Chief was away. These opportunities have facilitated in strengthening my team and leadership skills while developing my ability to work with minimal supervision as well as reinforcing my interpersonal and customer relations skills. In addition to my power engineering background, my work experience includes working in a warehouse operating forklifts and maintaining stock counts, sales, merchandising, customer service and company relations roles. These experiences coupled with my education have aided in developing my mechanical aptitude and my computer skills. I believe my experiences have facilitated me in developing both sound occupational and communication skills while instilling sound work ethics.
I believe that my work experience as well as my eagerness to learn would be a valuable asset to your business and would like the opportunity to prove so. I thank you for your consideration and look forward to your reply. I am available for interviews at your request. I can be contacted anytime at (•••••)-•••••.
I have had the opportunity to experience several major shut downs firsthand, do routine maintenance, apply and remove lockouts, perform gas testing, work with water treatment and work around various other aspects of a plant. I believe that my work experience coupled with my eagerness to learn would be a valuable asset to your business and I would like the opportunity to prove so.
••••• - Pres. Engineer 2 (Casual Employee), Atlantic Health Sciences. (Saint John)
Working both building systems and the boiler plants at SJRH and ADD performing equipment maintenance as well as equipment isolations and releases and writing procedures for equipment isolation. Perform plant maintenance including pluming, electrical, instrumentation, carpentry, pipefitting, etc••••• Working with air compressors, refrigeration systems, air handling units and emergency backup generators.
••••• - ••••• Shift Engineer,Sucor Ltd. (Saint John)
Working at a sugar refinery operating both a ••••• and a ••••• thousand pound boiler, performing equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, equipment isolations and releases, organizing maintenance and overseeing renovations and new construction. Performed plant maintenance including pluming, electrical, instrumentation, carpentry and pipefitting. Maintained and was an emergency contact for plant fire suppression system.
••••••••••Shift Operator, University of New Brunswick (Fredericton)
Working, in a relief capacity, at a heating plant helping with equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, helping with equipment isolations and releases, overseeing fuel and ash flow for the hog fuel boiler, ordering fuel and blowing soot.
••••• Power Engineering Co-op Work term, N.B. Power (Dalhousie)
Working in a conventional power plant performing daily environmental and equipment checks, equipment troubleshooting, helping with equipment isolations and releases, burner gun cleaning, updating process flow sheets, helping with maintenance and various other tasks.
••••• - ••••• Customer Service Specialist, Spiegel (Saint John)
Handling high priority escalated calls for sales associates, processing adjustments on orders, processing orders and reorders, and educating the public on company policies.
••••• - ••••• Graduate of a two year program in Power Engineering Technology at the New Brunswick Community College campus in Saint John and I was on the Deans List.
••••• ••••• Graduate of a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry with an official Pulp and Paper Engineering Option from the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
- Currently hold my Second Class Power Engineering
- I have in plant experience with boiler equipment and auxiliaries, building ventilation equipment, fire suppression systems as well as operating heavy equipment such as forklifts and overhead cranes.
- I have lab experience working with various analytical wet chemistry methods, quantitative/qualitative, and volumetric analysis.
- I am trained in WHMIS, gas testing for vessel entry and confined space entry.
- I have experience working around hog fuel, bunker, light oil and natural gas fired boilers.
INTERESTS & ACTIVITIES
- Student council representative for my class
- Active member of the UNB Chemistry society
- Participating and coaching team sports. (i.e••••• softball, soccer, swimming, skiing and volleyball)
- Automotive maintenance and repair
- Working with computers