CV Entry Level Job for Marine (Offshore Industry or Designing) and Mechanical Engineering (Designing)
Entry Level Job for Marine (Offshore Industry or Designing) and Mechanical Engineering (Designing)
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Location (Residence): Texas City, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States, Spanish Mexican Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Marine Engineering Technology Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States, Mexico Present Location: United Stated, Texas City Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Maritime Engineering from Texas A&M University at Galveston. The past three years I have been exposed and acquired a vast amount of knowledge in the field of renewable energy/technology, forms of generators, turbines, heat exchanger, and other related fields.
My comprehension in these fields is not only conceptual but also practical. Texas A & M provided me with hands on training on machinery such as turbines and generators. I have learned a lot about designing pipes, turbine blades, naval architecture (such as offshore platforms and ships), generators, heat exchangers, heavy oil processing, steam and gas plants.
During my schooling I had the challenge and honor of being the president for LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) and ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineer). These experiences formed me not only as leader but also developed my character. I am a bilingual (Spanish & English), fast learning, and hardworking individual. I am also a multi-tasking team player and work very well under pressure. Most importantly, I am determined to finish any task set before me.
I am looking for a company where I can begin a career in the field of design and construction management.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY AT GALVESTON November ’06 – August ‘09
Serials Library Specialist Assistant
Gather and prepare materials for binding. Create spreadsheets concerning serial management which included checking online access for journals and creating holding records for annual statistics.
SAN JACINTO COLLEGE DISTRICT March ’01 – May ‘06
Continuing Education Office Assistant
Provided customer service, registration filling and investigated accuracy of student information
Created multiple reports such as: teacher evaluation’s, phone and walk-in log reports
Produced and distributed marketing material and processed refunds
NASA SPACE CENTER HOUSTON January ’01 – December ‘05
Guest Services Operations Supervisor
Provided customer service and resolved guest issues
Managed, supervised and trained a group of forty (40) employees
Evaluated and scheduled employees; supervised admission tickets and customer services
Reported tracking, handling and cash flow access
Received multiple awards including Crew Member of the Month (2001), Cashier of the Year (2002) & Safety Achievement Award (2004)
Average Monthly team sales under my supervision $24,000+
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Texas A&M University at Galveston-Bachelors of Science in Maritime Engineering Technology, ABET
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Design programs: AutoCAD LT 2004, 2007 and 2008, Pro-E, Solid Works, Visual Basics, Hydro-Flow, Ship Project Editor, Multisim, and MATLAB.
Computer programming software: Pascal and C++
Computer proficiency: Microsoft Office 2007, Publisher, Windows 2000, NT, ME, XP, Vista
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Languages: Fluent in Spanish and Italian (working knowledge)
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Certificate of Achievement: NASA’s Community College Aerospace Scholar and South Texas Section, ASME Scholarship.
Founding President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) at TAMUG Council No. 4907 (Spring 2008-Present)
Group consisted of twenty-four (24) active members
Petitioned for the Texas Clipper in order to restore the training ship at A&M Galveston. Mobilized the student body to sign a petition for congress to approve a 10 million dollar grant from the Maritime Administration Department
LULAC Aggie Academic Mentoring Program (LAAMP) Mentorship program for incoming freshmen at TAMUG
Young Adult Council of the Year 2009: District and State winners
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)-President/Representatives (Spring 2008-Spring 2009)
Founded this group and maintained a group of thirty (30) active students
Expedited all fiscal reports for the organization
Approved all expenditures
Entered into Solar Splash Competition sponsored by Kansas State University
Lyons Summer Program (Summer 2008)
Twenty (20) High school students chosen to participate in this program
Objective to build a Remote Operated Vehicles (ROV) in order to win a scholarship for best project
Lab Technician Assistant and mentored students in design and practical technical engineer concepts