|Objective and Resume Summary|
|Electrical Engineer with specific experience in electrical power engineering on decommissioning and demolition projects at nuclear facilities run by the United States Department of Energy (DOE). Experience includes designs for providing temporary power, electrical isolations, and rerouting of existing equipment. Other skills include excellent communication in a team environment, extensive application of safe work practices, and the desire and will to overcome obstacles in order to successfully and properly complete job tasks and project requirements.|
Other experience includes the support of upgrade projects for both the DOE as well as for private companies such as Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) which are to comply with regulations from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). More recent experience included work for the DOD in support for the US Air Force. Able to pass a security clearance as necessary.
|My Key Skills:||Electrical Engineering, power, MS Office, Excel, Word, low voltage, high voltage, medium voltage, substations, cable sizing, cable routing.|
|Education History, Qualifications & other additional information|
|Level of Education:||Bachelor|
|University at Buffalo, the State University of New York (Buffalo, NY) |
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, February 2007
|Work History & Experience|
|Years of Work Experience:||5 to 6 Years|
|12/04/2011 – 04/19/2012 – IAP WorldWide Services: Ali Al Salem Air Base (AASAB), Kuwaut|
Worked with a team of engineers to support the United States Air force (USAF) on engineering projects. Duties included providing electrical advice on projects, review of designs done by outside contractors, and electrical designs for in house projects.
• Obtained a DOD security clearance.
• Reviewed electrical power drawings for new buildings including lighting circuits and air conditioning.
• Conducted anti-counterfeiting investigations with equipment such as circuit breakers from outside contractors in order to provide quality assurance.
• Experience with 11kV substations.
• Experience with low voltage power systems such as 440 V /220 V and 50 Hz.
• Experience with power generators such as 173 kV.
• Performed load calculations.
• Performed field work such as mapping power circuits in order to create one-line diagrams.
• Designed power systems for upgrade projects to ensure adequate power to new equipment such as buildings.
07/05/2011 – 09/29/11 – Worley Parsons: PA Security Lighting Upgrade Project, Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP), Avila Beach, CA
Worked with a team of engineers and managers to support the design of new lighting equipment in the protected area (PA) at the DCPP per NRC standards for illumination in the PA. The new equipment included new lighting standards as well as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Electrical Design Engineering:
• Obtained a security clearance for unescorted access to the protected area at the DCPP.
• Used the electronic database software called Bechtel Setroute in order to obtain and work with data for plant cables and raceways.
• Experience with low voltage electrical systems 480V and below.
• Work with database software called Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing (SAP) for the use of adding, changing, and storing data on system components.
Familiarity with the following types of equipment:
• Distribution Transformers.
• 480V switchgear.
• Lighting & small power Panel Boards.
• Security and General Lighting System design.
• UPS systems.
• LV Cable & conduit systems.
• Electrical Layout Drawings.
• Schematic & wiring diagrams.
• Distribution Panel Schedules.
• Lighting & Grounding Detail Drawings
05/2010 – 01/2011 - CH2M-WG Idaho, LLC: Idaho Cleanup Project, Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Idaho Falls, ID
Worked with the D&D crew including engineers, designers, and foremen, in order to document and ensure the safe isolation of electrical equipment in multiple buildings at the Intec facility at the Idaho National Laboratory, all in preparation for final demolition and removal of the buildings. Such tasks included but were not limited to the design of rerouting of existing permanent equipment within the facility.
Electrical Design Engineering:
• Use of electronic database software in order to map existing circuit schedules in preparation for isolation as well as rerouting existing permanent equipment.
• Updated electronic database in order to ensure the proper documentation of changes to the existing electrical configuration as well as circuit schedules.
• Marked up existing one-line drawings in preparation for updates.
• Wire sizing.
• Extensive use of the National Electric Code (NEC) in order to ensure all designs meet the requirements of the code.
• Planned electrical details as to how electrical isolations will be complete.
• Performed walk downs with an electrical crew and others in order to review work plans in order to ensure proper understanding and execution of work plans and to ensure the safety of the workers.
• Rerouting of existing equipment such as fire panels as well as major equipment power panels related to the proper functioning of the facility.
• Experience with low voltage equipment such as 208/120 V, 480/277 V.
• Experience with arc flash calculations with ArcPro software.
04/2009 – 11/2009 - URS Washington Division: SPRU Disposition Project, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL), Niskayuna, NY
Coordinated with a team of engineers, designers, work planners, construction workers, managers, safety specialists, and others to complete necessary tasks in the office and in the field for the safe demolition of two buildings at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory.
• Investigations of breaker panels, cables, and other electrical equipment for electrical isolations.
• Investigations to determine feeds of electrical panels.
• Investigations to identify various cables & conduits, where they are from, where they go to, and if they are energized or not.
• Investigations of equipment and site area for temporary power designs.
• Reviewed blueprints for the design of electrical power isolations.
• Designed plans for safe electrical power isolations.
• Wrote work plans for electrical power isolations.
• Reviewed blueprints for the design of temporary power systems.
• Designed some details involving temporary power systems.
• Drew one-line diagrams for temporary power systems.
• Calculations for temporary power requirements.
• CAD drafting all in AutoCAD
• Called meetings for the coordination of coworkers involved in work plans for various work documents.
• Designed plans for the safe demolition of a building onsite.
• NFPA 70E Standards.
• Radiological Worker 2.
• OSHA HAZWOPER.
11/2007 – 07/2008 - MSE Power Systems Inc. - Albany, NY
Worked under the supervision of a project manager and associate electrical engineer to perform the following tasks:
• Electrical design of substation schematics with AutoCAD and Raster Design.
• High voltage designs.
• Upgrades on and preparation of protection and control schematics and panel layouts.
• Upgrades on and preparation of one-line diagrams, three line diagrams, schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams, relay panel layouts, circuit schedules and equipment lists.
• Worked with other designers to ensure upgraded drawings meet approved standards.
• Wiring checks. Includes checking the wiring diagrams and the panels against each other.
• Substation breaker replacements. Included upgrading a system by replacing an old circuit breaker with a new circuit breaker, proper changes on all drawings affected by the upgrade, and coordinating with civil engineers to make proper changes to civil drawings for correct changes to the foundation plan.