I would like to find a challenging position as a Naval Architect. In this position I will be able to use all of my skills and knowledge as well as gain invaluable experience that will stay with me throughout my career.
September – January 2007
Work Term 6 – Employed by: Genoa Design International
Constructed vessel components in Ship Constructor 2008 using information provided by clients in AutoCad 2008
Organized and analyzed data from previous projects, using Microsoft Excel, to determine a production rate
Summarized data analysis progress in a technical report format using Microsoft Word
January – May 2007
Work Term 5 – Employed by: SBM IMODCO
Worked as a member of the structural group.
Edited engineering structural drawings using Microstation.
Completed stress analysis on an offshore buoy lift design using SACS.
Participated in an FPSO rebuild project. Reviewed ultrasonic testing results and compared with requirements to determine which scantlings required replacement.
May – September 2006
Work Term 4 – Employed by: Department of National Defence
Worked with Concept Design group.
Designed the structural elements of a new Navy warship to the standards of Lloyd’s Registar.
Constructed structural components in AutoCAD 2000 for ease of visualization.
Completed a weight estimate of total structural steel required to construct the vessel.
August – December 2005
Work Term 3 – Employed by: Husky Energy
Worked with the Health and Safety Division
Helped in maintaining and updating the Regulatory List – Dealt regularly with personnel from C-NLOPB and DNV to receive feedback and updates.
Entered Inspection reports, Audit Reports and Investigation Reports into OmniSafe
Attended external Audits done on suppliers
January - April 2005
Work Term 2 - Employed by: Centre for Marine Simulation (CMS)
Helped develop mathematical ship models to run in the Full Mission Bridge Simulator. Used both the new Kongsberg ship model development software and the DMI software.
Documented each step of each model development process
Used AutoCad to extract vessel particulars from drawings and to create a Perspective Grid
Created numerous plots in Excel pertaining to different ship characteristics for comparison purposes
June - August 2004
Work Term I - Employed by: Fisheries, Food & Allied Workers (FFAW)
Measured fish hold volumes for vessels of the inshore fleet
Used the program Rhinoceros to determine the volume of vessels with curvature
Calculated fish hold measurements using stability booklets and general arrangement drawings provided by vessel owners
Corresponded frequently with fishermen regarding their questions and concerns on the project
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
Bachelor of Engineering Co-op Program
Roncalli Central High School, Avondale
Graduated with first-class honours from Grade 12
Emergency First Aid Certificate
Pleasure Craft Operator Certificate
Restricted Operators Certificate
Valid driver’s license
Computer skills include: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point, AutoCad, Rhinoceros, C++, Microstation, SACS, Ship Constructor
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Hardworking, enthusiastic and determined
EXTRA CURRICULA ACTIVITIES
Member of Engineering 2008 Graduation Committee
Active Member of Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
Active Member of Student Society of Petroleum Engineers (SSPE)
Member of the 251 Southern Cross Sea Cadet Corporation (1997-2003)
Volunteer with Parish Fundraising Activities