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Level I Structural Engineer Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 60856
Desired Job Location: Springville, Utah Date Posted: 5/24/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 50000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
High-motivated, astute, and well-rounded
engineer, with strong educational
foundation and comprehensive background
in structural design and analysis,
backed with great deal of engineering
intuition and ability to understand the
underlying principles of engineering.
Equipped with skills in designing
multiple materials, including steel,
concrete, wood, and masonry. Proficient
in creating own analysis and design
tools, including programmed spreadsheets
and applications. Thrive at learning new
things quickly and providing solution to
complex problems. Accustomed to
collaborating with all levels of
individuals and accomplishing task on
time. Armed with excellent written and
verbal communication skills, along with
working knowledge in French and Spanish
language.


Experience:
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

Con-Fab California Corporation, Shafter,
CA
PLANT ENGINEER ~ 2012

- Maintained accurate records of
time for each event in the erection
schedule to keep details on any causes
of delays in reopening the I-405 freeway
for Adams Boulevard
pedestrian bridge, which would have
carried a price tag of $1,000 a minute.
- Transported girder on the job
site in a timely manner and received
commendation for excellent quality.
- Assumed full accountability on
batch requests for onsite concrete batch
plant including specification for the
amounts of chemical concrete admixtures
which varied with the weather
and other factors.
- Created a written report
regarding aggregate tests run for the
days pour and generated documents
requested by outside inspectors.
- Gathered various measurements of
girders and other pieces and presented a
report of as-built measurements.
- Provided keen oversight to the
process of loading and preparing of
products for shipment including last
minute patching, sanding, sand-blasting,
coating steel with zinc based
primer, or other finishing touches.
- Carried out aggregate
gradations, sand-equivalents,
cleanliness value, and other aggregate
tests.
- Conducted extensive analysis on
pre-stressing jacking heads and put
together a rebar take-off accurately.

Key Highlights:

- Worked collaboratively with
laborers in constructing 180,000-pound
bathtub girder for the Adams Boulevard
pedestrian bridge, which spanned more
than 90 feet.
- Immediately attained ACI
certifications and singlehandedly
received Cal Trans CT-125 quality
control certifications in the company.
- Accurately provided
comprehensive measurements fundamental
for a report, which potentially secured
the company approximately $10,000 to
$220,000 at a price tag of
$10,000 to $20,000 per girder in
recasting between one and eleven
girders.

Aquaveo, Provo, UT
SOFTWARE TESTER | CIVIL INTERN - 2007–
2010

- Accurately inspected test
results from automated test scripts and
identified possible failures.
- Proficiently developed online
documentation from all different sorts
of source files and materials for WMS.
- Held responsibility in
converting large amounts of
documentation from Word, PDF, RoboHelp,
and other formats to online wiki format.

Key Highlights:

- Successfully earned promotion
from customer service representative to
software tester.
- Utilized self-taught knowledge
of C++ language to produce majority of
file input/output code for a new
application and to execute new system.
- Singlehandedly restructured non-
functional software testing system for a
complex hydrologic modeling application.
- Creatively planned most of
www.gsshawiki.com website for the
company.



OTHER EXPERIENCE

Convergys, Orem, UT
CALL CENTER AGENT | CUSTOMER SERVICE |
SALES - 2005–2007

Maga Trucking, Winnemucca, NV | Swift
Transportation, Phoenix, AZ | Atlantic
Relocation Systems, Atlanta, GA
DRIVER | CREW SUPERVISOR | TRAINER -
2002–2005


Education:
EDUCATION

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING -
2011
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
- 2009
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

ASSOCIATE IN GENERAL STUDIES - 1999
Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA



LICENSES AND CREDENTIALS

Cal Trans Certifications CT-105,
CT-106, CT-125, CT-201, CT-539
Commercial Driver’s License Class A,
Doubles, Triples, Tanker, Hazardous
Materials
Insurance License Utah |
California
Safety Training Courses Mine Safety and
Health Administration (MSHA), Lock-Out
Tag Out, Chemical Handling and Mixing,
Forklift Training, First Responder and
CPR Training
Civil Engineer Licensure Engineer
in Training (EIT)

Passed Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
Examination in Utah - 2009
Certified American Concrete Institute
(ACI) Concrete Field Testing Technician—
Grade I


Affiliations:
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Skills:
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Additional Information:
AWARDS AND HONORS

Requested to Join Golden Key Honor
Society
Academic Scholarship (Half-Tuition)
Overall Champion–Portland Cement
Concrete Mixture Design Class



TECHNICAL ACUMEN

AutoCAD | Visual Basic for Applications
(VBA) | HTML | wiki text | Cascading
Style Sheets (CSS) | VBScript | C++
Microsoft Office Suite (Word,
PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) |
Microsoft DOS | Linux | IrfanView |
Paint | Photoshop
Computer Building Skills | Network
Skills | Watershed Modeling System (WMS)


Reference:
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