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Work experience: 
05/2012
Stress Engineer
Full time
Inter-Tec Services Ltd

Stress Engineer within an established design, analysis and certification consultancy. The role is responsible for the project management of work packages related to the structural analysis and evaluation of aircraft structural modifications and repairs. Activities include, static stress analysis of metallic and composite structures for the whole airframe, Finite Element (FE) model creation and evaluation and preparation of certification documentation in compliance with airworthiness requirements and regulations. Additional responsibilities include coordination of the company's professional development training program, commercial support to the company's marketing strategy and development of the company's program management system in terms of implementing project reporting, process and resource management system improvements. Key Activities:- Engineering support to the modification of BAE 146M aircraft in the form of check stress of rear fuselage and freighter door structure, FEA of freighter door assembly and Type Record certification documentation production Structural analysis of BAE 146 RJ Conair modification through static stress analysis of wing rear spar, wing top skins and tailplane structure Stress support to BAE 146 ARA role changes Stress analysis of modifications on Bristow Helicopters and Icelandair fixed wing interiors Design and stress support to ECUK structural modifications on Puma Mk1 and SA 330 Project management, structural evaluation and certification support to major Abu Dhabi MRO organisation on various Airbus and Boeing aircraft minor structural repairs

01/2009 to 01/2012
Facility Process Engineer
Babcock International Group PLC

Nuclear Utilities Engineer reporting to the Nuclear Operations Directorate. The role is responsible for ensuring the continued operational capability of Utilities mechanical plant in compliance with the requirements of the Site Nuclear Safety Case, Operational Management Safety Report and appropriate legislation. This includes the management of mechanical processes, risks and issues, design and nuclear safety compliance processes and undertaking project management responsibilities relating to maintaining the design intent and availability of all mechanical systems within the site power generating station. Additional responsibilities included membership of nuclear safety approval committees, as technical support, for the endorsement of design, operational change requests and safety assessments of equipment modification proposals. Key Activities:- Technical support through conditional surveys of critical systems required for supporting submarine operations as part of the Nuclear Facilities Periodic Safety Review totalling costs of £12,500,000 Performing conditional assessments of underground bulk fuel storage tanks and assessing compliance against current design standards Obsolescence and material state of Utilities plant assessments resulting in the production of design specifications and improvement programs Producing HP air system operating requirements design specification for the next generation of submarine vessels expected on-site as support to the £500,000 system replacement project Failure investigation of diesel cooling system including metallurgical testing and stress analysis Failure investigation of generating station fire protection system and project management of recovery project totaling £200,000 Design and implementation of demineralisation plant ion exchange column upgrades Failure investigation of diesel exhaust system structural weld failures and management of replacement project valuing £350,000

01/2007 to 01/2009
Graduate Mechanical Engineer
Babcock International Group PLC

IMechE accredited 2 year graduate development program. The role comprised various placements within the company to build initial understanding and awareness of company practices and processes and gain experience of nuclear implicated design and project engineering support to key business functions. Key Activities:- Management of planned preventative maintenance programs, including tasks, people and resource Managing the refurbishment of nuclear deterrent protection equipment valued £300,000 Thermodynamic analysis of heat transfer capabilities of hazardous storage facility HVAC Feasibility assessment of introducing a condition monitoring application to monitor the operation of critical equipment Safety justification proposal production to exploit opportunities in gaining commercial contracts Evaluating the loading capability of a submarine docking platform design against design acceptance standards Advancing the graduate program through implementing improvements and supporting other graduates

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