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Mechanical Engineer Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 80211
Desired Job Location: Highland Park, Illinois Date Posted: 11/21/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 11.22.17
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Detail-oriented, innovative, and goal-oriented professional, offering hands-on experience in mechanical engineering, diagram and model designing, finite element and stress analysis, and quality assurance. Demonstrate efficiency in utilizing in-depth knowledge in facilitating research, performing tests, and modifying designs. Exemplify technical competency in identifying mechanical issues and gathering data to ensure quality performance and timely completion of assigned projects. Exhibit strong work ethic in complying with the fundamentals and standards in accomplishing basic engineering functions. Display multilingual fluency in English and Hindi with working knowledge of Japanese.


Experience:
Professional Experience

AbbVie – Abbot Park, IL, USA
Mechanical Test Engineer Mar 2017–Present
Adhere to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards in verifying and modifying designs for existing products.
Take charge of developing and providing 3D print jigs and fixtures for various test methods and equipment.
Conduct current and next generation drug infusion pumps testing, discoveries analysis, as well as functional performance specifications enhancement in accordance with the Food and Drug Association (FDA) regulations.
Utilize SolidWorks, Zwick, and Instron tensile testers in designing and conducting daily tensile, compression, and drop testing on various parts of the drug infusion pumps, as well as weld gap pin gauging for quality assurance purposes.
Key Highlights:
Drove efforts in decreasing stress and developing sturdy components through the development of ultrasonic welding procedure to formulate minimum flash during welding process.
Drafted and established protocols and standard testing methods in performing experiments in various product development stages which were used by the company during engineering confidence, verification, and validation testing.

AbbVie – North Chicago, IL, USA
Environment, Health, and Safety Specialist (EHS) Jul 2016–Jan 2017
Supervised ergonomic assessments and created ergonomically functional workspace layouts.
Initiated CAPA investigations for ergonomic hazards at workstations, as well as manufacturing and packaging plants.
Teamed up with division managers, employees, and EHS to improve the Ergonomics Program and upgrade ergonomic equipment and databases.
Utilized SAP to effectively categorize various hazardous chemicals and substances for better management.
Conducted risk assessments for accidents at the manufacturing and fermentation plants as well as initiated root cause analysis to determine primary causes for these occurrences.
Key Highlights:
Developed and implemented a standard operating procedure for internal calibration verification of manual and electronic pipettes based on Eppendorf’s method, and created several other guidelines for the EHS laboratory.

University of Illinois – Chicago, IL, USA
Research Intern, Laboratory for Additive Manufacturing Research and Education May 2015–Jan 2016
Carried out in-depth research concerning additive manufacturing.
Formulated core cell structure and addictive manufacturing processes for optimal sandwich panel production.
Held accountability in printing and evaluating models for failure as well as initiating the optimal design, which involved compression and tensile tests through self-designed test apparatus and method.
Conceptualized light weight and strong structures with wide-range applications that could withstand high stress.
Key Highlights:
Displayed skills in identifying associated parameters while analyzing modes for failure, deformation, and stress by formulating 3D CAD models in SolidWorks and ANSYS.

Savan Tool and Ancillaries – Pune, India
Mechanical Engineer Intern Aug 2013–Apr 2014
Rendered assistance to the lead project engineer in formulating multi axis stabilization platform designs in SolidWorks.
Employed keen attention to detail in administering ANSYS structural model analysis, while identifying and resolving failure threshold.
Demonstrated competency in developing the manufacturing model which involved addressing failure modes.


Education:
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 2016
University of Illinois – Chicago, IL, USA

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, 2014
University of Pune, India – Pune, MH, India
Awards: Represented the University at Formula SAE India and was ranked 37th all over India

Six Sigma – Green Belt | Global GMP | Data Dialysis-SAP
GHS and Permit Issuer Training Modules | AbbVie Ergonomics


Affiliations:
Society of Automobile Engineers (SAE), India


Skills:
Product and Procedure Development
Regulatory and Standards Compliance
Manufacturing Procedure Implementation
Program and Performance Improvement
Risk Assessment and Mitigation
Validation and Testing
Data Analysis and Gathering
Experimental and Simulations


Additional Information:
Academic Projects

Jan 2016–May 2016 Project Name: Additive Manufacturing
Role: Team Leader
Transformed CT scan data for finger bone into a 3D CAD model using SolidWorks; optimized model by decreasing the number of faces while maintaining prominent features.
Performed experimental tests and simulations for stress and failure mode analysis in ANSYS.

Jan 2015–May 2015 Project Name: Computer Aided Design
Role: Individual Project
Devised a prosthetic leg working on a piston arrangement in which the piston served as the suspension, using suitable materials for each part of the prosthetic.
Reviewed design in SolidWorks 2015 for development stresses, deformation, and analysis.

Aug 2014–Dec 2014 Project Name: Finite Element Analysis
Role: Individual Project
Made use of SolidWorks in creating a roll on bag frame; as well as ANSYS structural in conducting finite element analysis and determining stress under which deformation and failure occurred.

Aug 2014–Dec 2014 Project Name: Ergonomics and Human Factors
Role: Neck Support Designer
Played an integral role in reducing 60% of the strain on the neck and accommodating 95% of the population by preventing neck strain and forward head posture through a neck support engineered for Micro Vis simulator using SolidWorks.

Jan 2015–May 2015 Project Name: Supply Chain Management Project
Role: Team Member
Studied Harvard Business School case study which consisted of sales data for Hugo Boss pilot SKUs.
Extracted relevant data from the sales data graph and forecasted the demand for the next year through ARIMA and four other forecasting models in XLSTAT and MS EXCEL.



Professional Development

Six Sigma Green Belt, Institute of Industrial Engineers | Product Life Cycle Management, Siemens
Good Manufacturing Practices and Good Laboratory Practices Training, AbbVie
Laboratory Safety Refresher Training, University of Illinois at Chicago, Environment Health Safety Office

Activities

Volunteer, The Art of Living Organization



Technical Acumen

SolidWorks | CATIA | ProE | MATLAB | MeshLab | ANSYS | Microsoft Office Suite | ImageVis3D | AutoDesk Meshmixer | MeshLab | Microsoft Excel | XLSTAT | GetData Graph Digitizer



Publications

Mokashi, A. (2014). Design of multi-axis gimbaled stabilization platform. International Journal of Science and Advanced Technology, 4(4), pages.


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