CV Chemical engineer working as marketing analyst Atlas Accelerator Seattle United States
Chemical engineer working as marketing analyst Atlas Accelerator Seattle United States
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Location (Residence): Issaquah, United States Citizenship:Ireland
English Ireland Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Chemical Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, United States, Canada Present Location: United States, Seattle Relocation: United States, United States
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
In becoming a chemical engineer I have had a thorough education in working with complex systems and designing processes around them that are both economically and technically efficient. I have worked collaboratively in groups or individually to create processes and experiments that are optimized and based on thorough research and educated analyses of the whole working systems.
While working at Atlas Accelerator I have shown an ability to work on many diverse projects simultaneously in co-ordination with a high-performing team. My outgoing qualities and communication skills have led to the establishment of excellent working relationships leading to productive teams, meeting milestones and deadlines with ease. These qualities also motivate me to be a leader in my discipline and a positive contributor in my community and are qualities that I feel will compliment those found in any forward thinking company.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Atlas Accelerator, Marketing Analyst June 2009-Present
Consults for three technical start-ups and supervises the work of off-shore resource team.
Westin, Seattle Hotel and McCaw Hall Opera House October 2005-Present
Banquet server, Bartender and Platinum Donor Room associate. Worked part-time for all 4 years of university.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
University of Washington Seattle, WA September 2005 - June 2009
Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering. GPA 3.32 Dean’s List: 2005, 2007, 2008.
Chiu Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, Research May 2008-November 2008
Research in Microfluidics and Microfabrication, specifically the effect of pH gradients on the motion of charged beads in microfluidic channels. One of only two undergraduate students selected for the research group of 25 during the time.
Senior Design Capstone Project April 2009 – June 2009
In groups of four, we designed a green field Biobutanol plant at a capacity of 50MMgal/yr of butanol. Produced a full design of the process and plant, including thermodynamic and reaction calculations. An extensive economic analysis of the plant’s feasibility was performed based on capital investment, operating costs and market analysis determining the necessary government subsidy to be profitable with a plant life of 20 years. The project put to use previous courses in Process Control, Heat and Mass Transfer, Separation Processes, Optimization and skills developed in Unit Operations Laboratory.
Fluent in spoken and written French, nontechnical.
Able to legally work in America, Canada and the European Union.
Spent a gap year in Paris, working as a bartender and travelling extensively around Europe and the Canary Islands (2004-2005).
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Young Professional Chair June 2009- Present
Organizes networking and informative events that benefit group members who have recently graduated.
Member of the board currently planning the first ever regional conference to occur in 2010.
Youth Tutoring Program, Tutor at New Holly Learning Center November 2009-Present
Volunteers as a tutor and mentor for low and mixed-income children in grades 1-12.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Vice President, University of Washington March 2008-June 2009
First committee to organize department industry tours, which increased student membership by 30%.
Developed the first policies to provide long term financial security for the organization.
Developed and implemented fundraising programs and networking events, increasing student interaction with industry contacts. Also, organized the Department of Chemical Engineering 2009 Graduation.
Professional Responsibility and Ethics Seminar, Coordinator September 2008-June 2009
Planned and ran an unprecedented series of seminars with a fellow student discussing the issues of ethical and professional responsibility as they apply to chemical engineers. We invited Industry professionals and members of prominent engineering societies to speak and participate during the discussions to better prepare students as they enter the workforce.
College of Engineering Open House, Volunteer April 2008