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Entry Level Engineer Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 66834
Desired Job Location: Stouffville, Ontario Date Posted: 1/29/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: No
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
To begin and develop a career utilizing my
degree in mechanical engineering.


Experience:
Design Engineer, Van Rob Inc
Queen’s University, Sept-Dec 2011

• Van Rob Inc. is a supplier for
the automotive industry specialized in
sheet metal stamping
• Worked with Van Rob to design a
die bed transfer system for a 500 ton
stamping press
 Portable and interchangeable
between similar presses
 Worked with a $250 000 budget
• Provided full mechanical design
and cost analysis to client
• Responsible within team for all
CAD components created in Solid Works,
including full working models and
animations
• Worked efficiently in team to
develop design
• Able to meet deadlines for
reports and presentations


Greenskeeper 3, Granite Golf Club
Stouffville, Ontario, Summers of 2008-
2012

• Operate various pieces of
machinery including:
 Bobcat skid-steer, greens and
approach mowers and tractors
• Most work done with little to no
supervision
• Trusted to train new employees
on various equipment and work activities
• Never missed a day on a 12 day
on/ 2 day off schedule


Education:
B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario,
2008-2012

• Degree focused towards fluid
mechanics and aerospace
• Attained Dean’s entrance
scholarship for academic achievement in
high school
• Many group design projects
completed including:
 Modelling of a Formula 1 drag
reduction system in computational fluid
dynamics software (Fluent, Gambit) and
 Creation of a working gearbox
through the use of 3D modeling software
(Solid Works) and rapid prototyping.
• Relevant courses: Fluid
Mechanics I/II/III, Thermodynamics I/II,
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Solid
Mechanics I/II
• Other non-engineering courses
taken to broaden knowledge such as:
Introduction to Business and
Macroeconomics


Skills:
• Computational Fluid Mechanics
(CFD)
• Computer Aided Design (CAD)
• Project Management
• Analytical Problem Solver

• Component Design
• Strong Work Ethic
• Microsoft Office Suite
• Great Team Worker


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