To secure a position with a quality conscious engineering firm where my education, experience and abilities would be put to best use in the field of Marine/ Mechanical Engineering
Stationary Engineer: At Knights Inn since Sept. 2012
Stationary engineer in Ottawa for PWGSC first class power plant for heating and cooling. Machinery includes boilers, pumps, chillars, diesel engines, steam turbines, water softners, HV and LV distribution boards. Watch keeping and maintenance work on equipment and piping.
1,Nov.11- 10 Aug.12
Maintenance Engineer : At Knight’s Inn in Kingston, ON Aug. 09- Oct. 11
Senior Marine Systems Engineer: Houston Offshore Engineering Aug. 07 - July 09
Design TLP hull machinery as per specifications and ABS regulations, wrote specifications.
Used pump flow & pipe flow software to size pumps and pipes. Designed preliminary electrical power & lighting systems for jack up rig. Collected quotes and wrote reports.
Stationary Engineer/Refrigeration Technician heating & cooling plants, refrigeration plants in Ontario, Canada
10/2000 – 8/2007
• Maintenance Worker- Canada Bread, ON, Canada 10/2000-10/2001
• Stationary Engineer: Corrections Canada, Workworth, ON: Shift Engineer, operation & maintenance of Second Class Steam plant, HVAC, Chillers, heating in buildings. 10/2001-03/2002
• Refrigeration technician (Dan Exports,in Bolton, ON)
Ammonia refrigeration plant in pet food industry Operation and maintenance of plant during the second shift. 3 ammonia Frick screw compressors, plate freezers, contherms, grinders.Total compressor H.P: 800 03/2002-12/2003
• Quality Inspector-Matsu Manufacturing (Auto Stamping) 01/2005-06/2005
• Stationary Engineer in a First Class Plant. Corrections Canada, Kingston, ON,3H.P. Boilers, 500 HP each, 10 bar pressure, thermal fluid boilers, HVAC of 4 buildings , one diary, one poultry farm .
First Assistant Engineer: Span Marine 1996 - 2000
Worked on product tanker, seismic vessel, gas carrier, chemical tanker.
Engines worked on: Caterpillar (300 hp), Sulzer (26,000 hp), Bergen(3,000 hp), Akasaka (4,000 hp)
Conducted repair, refitting and maintenance on main engines, boilers, generators, compressors, chillers.
Prepared ship installation and machinery for classification society inspection
Chief Engineer/First Assistant Engineer: Reliance Shipping 1991 - 1995
L.P.G. ships:In charge of maintenance and operation of ship machinery, refrigeration plant for maintaining ethelene in liquid form, propulsion machinery and auxiliaries
Engines: Alpha, B& W, Caterpillar.
First Assistant Engineer: Jay Ships 1989 - 1991
On cargo ship, iron/ore carrier. Worked on iron/ore ship in Singapore Sembawang yard for repairs and dry docking for 5 months.
Project Engineer: Tata Projects 1985 - 1987
Liberia, West Africa; in charge in 40 MW diesel power plant having 3 B&W MC engines of 18,000 bhp each.
Assistant Manager: Mazagon Docks, India 1984 – 1985
Jack Up Rig Construction; responsible for machinery logistics, maintenance, supervision of piping contractor, machinery erection, liaison with design office, ABS surveyor, Baker Marine consultants, client representatives and contractors.
P.G. Certificate in Quality Assurance in Mfg. & Management
Sheridan College, Brampton, ON, Canada.
Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, India
Chemical Tanker Safety Certificate, U.K.
L.P.G. Tanker Certificate (endorsement)
Petroleum Oil Tanker Certificate (endorsement)
Electronic Technician Certificate, M.T.I. Houston
Advanced Hydraulics Certificate, M.T.I. Bombay
Marine engine room simulator II, MED C & D safety courses at Georgian college, Owen Sound
Class 1 Marine Engineer Certificate Motor (Transport Canada).
Stationary Engineer Certificate, Class III, TSSA
Diploma in Industrial Automation (PLCs & Robotics).Toronto.
WHIMIS, Lock Out & Tag Out, Electrical Safety
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills
• Familiar with C.S.A. B51 (Code of Construction & Inspection of Boilers & Pressure Vessels) and C.S.A. B52 (Mechanical Refrigeration Code). A.S.M.E. Codes I to IX, ANSI Codes B.31.1 (Power Piping), B31.5 (Refrigeration Piping),fluid mechanics, stress analysis, design , RFQ, best quote selection, ABS, Lloyds, US Coast Guard Rules.
• Excellent computer skills as applied to quality assurance, statistics, S.P.C, F.M.E.A., PPAP, control charts, Word, Excel, A+, GR&R, GD&T, metrology (mechanical, electrical, electronic, optical instruments, CMM), APQP, condition based maintenance, six sigma.
• Estimation work for a marine contractor to modify a Canadian Coast Guard vessel.
• Acted as a liaison between local contractors, ABC, client and foreign partners