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|Experience: 3 years
|Relocation: Yes - Internationally
|Ambitious to pursue a challenging career in a multinational company to get a good opportunity to practice and apply my academic study combined with my training experience in the real field of work.
Feb, 2010 ˇV Till now:
Bureau Veritas Egypt
Title: Mechanical Engineer
In-service Verification Services Dep.
Inspection of Lifting equipment such as; Tower Cranes, Mobile Cranes, Overhead Cranes, Forklifts, manlifts, Elevators/Escalators, access equipment and lifting gear such as Slings, Shackles, Hooks, etc. Both onshore and offshore.
Boilers and tanks survey, inspection & certifications.
Nov ˇV Feb, 2010:
PICO Machinery Co.
Title: Parts sales and Service Engineer
Responsible for the after sales of the product line of Ingersoll-Rand portable air compressors, compactors and pavers.
Handling customers After Sales.
Reporting to customer for Service or warranties query / repairs.
Follow up with customers for service matters.
Attending breakdown calls & arranging mechanic to resolve them.
Follow up with customers for procurement of spare parts.
Maintaining the records as per Customer Service Index.
Handling customer complaints & giving feedback to Superstore Head & Service Head of unsatisfied customers.
May 01-oct 31, 2009:
Saudi Elevator Co. Ltd. Schindler
Title: Site Engineer
On site training on the installation and commissioning of Schindler different types of elevators.
Took a training on the commissioning of Miconic TX-GC and Miconic MX controllers.
Check the installation works according to Schindlerˇ¦s standards of quality.
Responsible for the commissioning of elevators after the installation works.
Report to the project manager for the work progress till the handover of the elevator to the client.
First University Degree: B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
University: Cairo University, June 2008
Major: Mechanical power Engineering
Graduation project: ˇ§Effect of Variable Valve Timing on Volumetric Efficiency using 1-D flow simulation of SIE Modelˇ¨
The project was granted the sponsorship of BMW and Lotus Cars UK.
A highly sophisticated computer model of the new BMW N52 engine was simulated using Lotus Engineering software to determine the effect of Variable Valve Timing on engine performance. The model results were validated against the actual BMW 5-series engine. Further analyses were done to construct an improved electronic map for the intake and exhaust camshaft timings. Project grade: Very good
Secondary Education: Victory College ˇV Maadi, June 2003
(Egyptian General Secondary with a result of 96.3%)
|„X LEEA Certified (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association)
- Course #1 (Entry Course).
- Course #2 (Lifting Gear General).
„X OSHA 30 hrs Construction Course.
„X Non destructive testing level II (PT, MT).
„X Excellent command of MS Windows (98, 00, XP, Vista).
„X MS Office 2007 Applications. (Word, excel, Power Point).
„X Good command of Lotus Engine Simulation.
„X Good command of AutoCAD.
„X Arabic: Mother tongue.
„X English: Excellent spoken & written.
Employer (A): Schindler Elevator Ltd. Switzerland
Site Training: Assist in installing passenger elevators according to the required specs in line with the approved time schedule in a safely manner.
Employer (B): Egyptian National Gas Holding Company (EGAS)
Office Training: learnt and took sessions about the natural gas pipelines in Egypt and how they are made, installed and cleaned.
Employer (C): CARGAS
Site Training: Assist in converting car engines to natural gas in CARGAS workshops.
Employer (D): Agiba Petroleum Company
The assignment was in Agiba oil field in the Western desert of Egypt
Site Training: Assist in the repairing of pumps and turbines in the site maintenance workshops.