Seeking career-orientated employment in a position which draws upon naval architecture skills & allows for development thereof through experience & education.
2001-2008 (ex. summer, 2005,2006)
Canelec Manufacturing & Development (www.canelec.com)
Electrical Manufacturer & Supplier to the mining industry
North Bay, Ontario
Produced, organized, and maintained drawings, designed enclosures for electrical components up to 6MVA, metal fabrication design, computer systems support.
Society of Newfoundland Radio Amateurs (SONRA)
St. John's, Newfoundland
Provided tourist information, operated amateur radio station VO1AA, provided information on amateur radio to the public
Continuous history of computer repair and drafting, primarily to cover cost of education. Some samples can be provided.
Memorial University of Newfoundland
General Studies / Bachelor of Technology - Naval Architecture
Currently completing degree program through distance courses, for completion in 2010 (estimated). Previously took general studies, sociology, psychology and physics.
Marine Institute of Memorial University
Diploma of Technology - Naval Architecture
Graduated naval architecture program with highest overall average June, 2009; inclusive of final design project consisting of contract-design package for an icebreaking general cargo ship (Canadian flag & Lloyd's Regulations compliant).
Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology
Numerous courses including computer networking and applications, overall A+honours average, awarded AutoCAD certificate in 2001.
Diploma of Technology - Naval Architecture (Marine Institute, Nfld.)
AutoCAD Certificate (Canadore College, Ont.)
Design Software: AutoCAD R10-2010, Rhino 3.0-4.0, AutoShip, Ship Constructor, Maxsurf (analysis), Solidworks 1997-2008, GHS.
Office Suites: Microsoft Office 1997-2003, OpenOffice 1.1-3.1
Information Systems: Knowledge of networking & computer systems, including Linux & Unix based environments (inclusive of Mac's), legacy systems (i.e., arcnet, MFM), data recovery and hardware repair.
Communications: Trained as 'Peer Helper' at Memorial University residences, feedback training through Health Sciences Centre hospital 'standardized patient' program.
Holder of valid Canadian passport, valid drivers license with transportation.
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