Resumes by Industry: Engineering

Engineer Best

Renee McEvoy
4351 Ridgeway Drive, West San Diego, CA 92116 / Tel# (619) 555-1142 Email:



Power systems engineer with over 10 years experience providing power systems to support high-availability needs. Recognized for managing over 150 installations while maintaining a perfect safety record. Skills include analysis of technical designs and implementation plans, design of robust testing protocols, and effective management of engineering professionals. Enhanced knowledge of industry trends and governmental guidelines through continuing education opportunities.


· High-Availability Power Systems
· Co-generation Units
· Power Conditioning
· Technical Management
· Site Preparation
· Safety Procedures
· Test Methodologies
· Technical Training
· Project Management


1999 - Present
Managed crew of 20 field engineers and support technicians. Hired, scheduled, evaluated, trained, and terminated personnel. Reviewed and approved equipment specifications and site planning documents. Analyzed technical aspects of new products for inclusion in product line.
· Conducted regular sales training sessions to ensure thorough understanding of products.
· Designed installation procedures, focusing on safety, reliability, and efficiency. Received special recognition due to company-wide adoption of procedures.
· Instituted rigorous site preparation process to eliminate costly modifications during installation.
· Increased on-time installation rate by 17% and reduced budget overruns by half.

1995 - 1999
Field Engineer
Surveyed, designed, ordered, and installed co-generation power units for hospitals and universities. Trained on-site staff to maintain and operate units. Provided on-call, emergency support to personnel.
· Developed and implemented 25-point survey to ensure readiness for co-generation unit, resulting in a 100% successful installation rate.
· Conducted environmental tests of potential installation sites, including noise levels, vibration effects, ventilation requirements, and earthquake vulnerability.
· Organized and monitored simulated disaster tests and reviewed results with customers to identify potential issues.
· Improved customer confidence, commitment, and satisfaction through bimonthly customer visits.

1992 - 1995
Field Service Engineer
Installed and maintained power backup systems for high availability operations. Surveyed sites and advised customers on necessary site preparation and planning. Field-tested installation, maintenance, and repair procedures in target settings.
· Traced circuits and tested loads to ensure capacity and compatibility of backup devices.
· Designed and installed temporary solutions to ensure no power outages or production losses experienced during installations.
· Developed and instituted thorough safety procedures, resulting in a perfect safety record.
· Mapped and labeled every installation to provide customer with detailed schematics of backup system.


San Diego State University, San Diego, California
Bachelors of Science (Electrical Engineering), 1992

Continuing Education

Annual Product Updates and Workshops, Various Power Vendors
Power Safety on the Job, OSHA, 1998
Technical Management, Power Institute, 1997
Co-generation Systems, University Extension, 1995
Fail-Safe Testing, SDSU Extension, 1993


IEEE Power Engineering Society, Member
Electrical Generating Systems Association, Corporate Member
Pacific Power Association, Advisory Board Member

Engineering Manager

Sam Sterling
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Expertise in building, revitalizing and/or optimizing a company’s organizational infrastructure, products, technologies, processes, and measurement systems to optimize results.

Consummate Business Executive with 30+ years experience driving profitable growth in challenging, competitive and volatile customer markets. Strong leadership, communication, negotiation, creative and analytical skills. Decisive, solutions-focused and results-oriented. Bilingual: English / French.

Core Executive Qualifications

Full P&L Responsibility
Strategic Planning
Multi-Site Operations
Product Management
Operations Management
Facility Operations & Management
Domestic & Foreign Business
Distribution & Warehousing
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Productivity & Performance
Market Growth & Profit Improvement
Information Systems & Technologies


No. 6,030,004 – February 29, 2000
High torque threaded tool joint for drill pipe and other drill stem components.

No. 5,381,868 – January 17, 1995
Sealed bearing roller reamer.
No. 5,535,822 – July 16, 1996
Apparatus for retrieving whipstock.
No. 5,361,833 – November 8, 1994
Bottom set, non-retrievable whipstock assembly.

Professional Experience

BJ SERVICE TOOLS (formerly OSCA, Inc.), Lafayette, LA
2001 to 2002
Purchasing & Logistics Manager
Managed $30M annual purchasing volume and directed a 4-team person team and a $250,000 annual budget responsible for handling international orders and shipping arrangements (container ships, cargo ships, tanker ships for bulk liquid shipments; cargo and passenger aircraft for package shipments) of chemicals, brines and completion tools for oil well completion services. Managed 300% increase in volume of international shipments while adding international locations. Educated individual departments in packing requirements and shipping regulations.
· Implemented full utilization of JD Edwards One World for purchasing and logistics; developed reports that showed variances so they could be identified and reduced.
· Increased international air and ocean shipments three fold to $9M to Brazil, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and Scotland, while decreasing costs and improving “on time” delivery.
· Improved purchasing procedures to enhance efficiency and lower costs of completion fluids and chemicals, downhole completion tools, coiled tubing and workboat supplies.
· Significantly lowered logistics costs due to direct contact with ocean freight shipping lines.

1999 to 2001
General Manager
Recruited as General Manager following re-organization and challenged to restructure, rebuild, and turn a profit. Directly responsible for creating strategic business developments and rolled-out plans based on cost reductions, production efficiency, and quality control for division (42 employees and $5M annual operating budget).
· 53% annual revenue increase ($2M) and 50% overall operating cost decrease by restructuring virtually all operations of division.
· Committed to the undertaking and learned the entire product line, components, functions, modes, methods of manufacturing and costs for blowout preventors, valves, chokes, manifold components and choke panels.
· Introduced three new product lines including new coiled tubing BOP’s, 20,000PSI gate valves and chokes, dual plug valves.
· Revitalized and strengthened key account relationships with customers including Offshore Rentals, Reading & Bates, Thomas Tools, Arctic Recoil, and Halliburton resulting in accelerated revenue growth and improved market position.
· Implemented Visibility Software to track component inventory and costs.
· 53% annual revenue increase ($2M) and 50% overall operating cost decrease by restructuring virtually all operations of division.

OMSCO INDUSTRIES, A Shaw Industries Company, Houston, TX
1996 to 1999
Vice President of Engineering
Directed and supervised design engineering and quality control with a team of 32 employees and a $2M annual operating budget. Products included drill pipe, drill collars, heavy wall drill pipe, Kelly valves and other drill stem equipment.
· Doubled production of drill pipe tubes - Improved heat treatment quality of drill pipe tubes and steel bars by improving quench system, instrumenting production line with LabVIEW, and rebuilt hot air recirculation.
· Turned over a $500,000/year expense and eliminated “late” deliveries by improving the design of drill pipe upset forging dies to the extent that forging cracks were eliminated.
· Developed and implemented Access information gathering programs and ProCon product configuration software; Oversaw the implementation of AutoCAD lisp programs to automatically draw products to meet sales configured requirements.
· Supervised the implementation of LabVIEW software for monitoring sixteen new sensors on the continuous line furnace that lead to improved performance and eliminated non-conforming product.
· Introduced Blue Mountain Inspection Software, which significantly improved instrument calibration record keeping.
· Assisted in re-writing ISO registration and training of manufacturing personnel in procedures.

ARROW COMPLETION SERVICES (acquired by Weatherford/Enterra), Huntsville, TX
1995 to 1996
Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing
Lead and managed operations and production of packers, setting tools, bridge plugs and other supporting equipment, at the Huntsville facility.
· Turned net profit from (-)71% loss to (+) 8.6% gain in monthly sales by implementing Total Quality Management

TRIUMPH-LOR, INC., Lafayette, LA
1984 to 1995
Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing
1991 to 1995
Directed engineering, quality assurance, purchasing and inventory control. Improved efficiency and profitability of manufacturing. Implemented computerized scheduling and payroll system.
· Implemented Real Trac Scheduling to track operations and modify schedules in real time.

Vice President of Engineering, Lafayette, LA
1987 to 1991

Director of Engineering, Lafayette, LA
1984 to 1987
· Designed and produced roller reamers
· Pursued patents


Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering



Citation for Service, Executive Committee on Standardization, June 16, 1999


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Engineering Professional

Kerry Cordova
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

With Geophysical & Petroleum Industry Expertise

Resourceful, analytical and detail-driven individual with capabilities in completing multiple projects with competing deadlines. Aggressive in identifying and resolving inefficient operational processes. Strong team member, able to motivate crews to achieve optimal production rates while maintaining high safety methods and practices. Reliable follow-through skills, fulfilling all administrative requirements from field activities. Clear communicator, both oral and written. Interpersonal skills interface effectively with coworkers, management and customers (CEO/ Majority Owners). Excel in unpredictable and hectic environments. Strengths include:

· Stress Management
· Accurate Log Interpretation
· Regulatory Compliance
· Quality Control
· Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
· H2S & Radiation Worker
· Troubleshooting / Diagnosis
· Sound Decision Making
· Time Management
· Personnel Supervision

Eager to serve a Canadian-based operation.


FIELD ENGINEER – Precision Drilling
1999 - Present
Computalog Technology Services Group, Rosenberg, Texas
Selected from multiple applicants during a rigorous, multi-phase recruitment process, successfully securing the single open-hole logging unit position for this international oilfield services company. Corporation specializes in wireline logging and directional and horizontal drilling technologies. Lead a crew up to 5 professionals including trainees to supply oilfield clients with the high quality data logs. Available 24-7 during working weeks. Work in British Columbia, northern Alberta, and both north and south Texas locations. Trusted to direct all open-hole district shop functions during manager’s absence.
· Teamed to implement a regularly scheduled 3-level maintenance program. This proactive measure slashed lost hours, enabling up to 20 jobs to be completed with no tool failure. Formerly, multiple breakdowns occurred as often as every second job.
· Recognized for excellent interpersonal skills. Deal with clients in a positive and patient manner, regardless of situation. Upbeat and professional demeanor results in representing company at industry-specific trade shows.
· Awarded Computalog’s “Most Efficient Engineer” for 2003 by District Manager.
· Detail orientation serves to ensure the logging truck and computer operating systems are in peak condition. Continue by calibrating and establishing all logging tool functionality.
· Respected for quickly isolating and solving complex problems, while meeting customer requirements.

Brunswick Mining, Noranda Mining and Exploration Inc., Bathurst, New Brunswick
Hired for an 8-month co-operative education placement with extensive ventilation system responsibilities. Accurately surveyed underground ventilation circuits; performed gas and dust tests; edited/ updated ventilation plans; drew up proposals for new development drifts; and troubleshot system problems. Utilized MicroStation extensively.
· Skill-set recognized, resulting in assisting with ventilation raise dewatering project. Additionally, authorized to implement new ventilation software, Survent, and train technicians for correct use of program.

Syncrude Canada Ltd., Fort McMurray, Alberta
Retained in a co-operative education capacity. Strong detail orientation served to survey physical features for mapping, and survey dragline stockpiles for volume calculations. Further, relied upon to stake reference points for proposed conveyor moves.
· Monitored coke cells, sulfur blocks, and water levels.
· Grade staked cells in tailings and slope staked new lifts under construction.
· Laid out new cuts for draglines and shovels. Followed through with surveying month end advance for draglines, bucket wheels and shovels.


Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS), Halifax, Nova Scotia

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
· Placed at Georgia Pacific Gypsum Mine in a Maintenance Technician’s role to retrieve and organize core drilling samples, in addition to maintaining the conveyor belts and gypsum chutes.

Nova Scotia Institute of Technology (NSIT), Halifax, Nova Scotia
· Served as a Mechanical Technologist Intern for the National Research Council of Canada in Halifax. Accountable for testing ventilation systems; producing AutoCAD generated schematics; and locating/maintaining steam traps.

TECHNOLOGY: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Corel WordPerfect Suite, AutoCAD, MicroStation, Outlook, Internet Research and Linux-based Data Management Software.
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Petroleum Engineer Drilling Consultant Copy

Pat Hernandez
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Drilling, Oil and Gas Exploration Consultant with 20 years experience in Wireline Coring, Well Site consulting and Rig/Project management within the drilling industry.

Core Leadership experience in:
• Wire Line Coring • Operations
• Personnel Supervision • Surface Casing Presets
• Water Well Drilling • Tarsand Supervision
• Purchasing • Specialized Drilling
• Coal Bed Methane Supervision • Casing Presets
• Coal Exploration • Safety Procedures


Zane Drilling Co., Strathmore, AB
1997 - Present
Field Supervisor/Project Manger
Multi million dollar drilling company, with over 350 employees, and offices in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Premiere contractor for Drilling, Coal and Gas exploration and Water Well.

• Purchased and designed electrical installation on Derricks. Worked with electrical contractors on costing and bidding proposals.
• Assisted, along with two additional supervisors, the completion of a 12-hole project on time and under budget.
• Researched and found suppliers with quality material and purchased them within and below budgetary guidelines.
• Completed safety and driller training with safety coordinator for ten complete crews.
• Purchased materials for company to build 10 +4 rigs with hydraulic mechanic and overall manager.

XYZ Transport, Kamloops, BC
1995 - 1997

Ranch, Douglas Lake, BC
1988 - 1995
Transportation Manager
Multi-million dollar ranch with staff of 50-100 employees and contractors. One of the largest ranches in Canada, involved with agriculture commodities, fertilizer, cattle, timber and logging.

• Transformed their transportation division from a "one-man, one-truck" operation, to four trucks and ten trailers in three years, transporting and selling various commodities.
• Sourced and priced equipment for purchase and expansion.

Drilling Company
1982 - 1988
Involved in the industry as per training and regulations, by completed apprenticeship courses in Mechanics, Welding, Hydrogeology, Geology, Chemistry, Methods of Drilling and Regulations.


Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB
Water Well Drilling

Cariboo College, Kamloops, BC
Technical Certificate in Agriculture

• 2nd Line Supervisor
• H.S. Alive - Global Training
• Gas Detecting - Global Training
• Canadian Association Water Well Driller


• Referee in Chief, Strathmore
• Provincial Advisory Committee
• Director, Employee member, Water Well Association
• Strathmore AR Society
• Merritt Rode Committee
• Merritt Arena Retrofit

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Petroleum Engineer Energy Industry Copy

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Professional with 20+ years oil field and drilling rig experience - willing to travel and relocate. Enthusiastic oil safety professional with proven skills in:

• Crew Supervision • Relief Barge Pusher
• Pedistral Crane Operator • On Scene Incident Commander
• Experienced Driller • Hazardous Materials Technician
• First Responder • Confined Space Team Leader

Strong team member, able to motivate crews to accomplish high production rates while maintaining high safety methods and practices.


Helix Oil Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming
1983 - Present
Operated all instrumentation vessels, trucks, and cranes. Operated production wells, injection wells and pumps. Provided safety training on full range of safety topics. Served on the Fire Brigade and Safety Committee for four years.
• Achieved oil treatment chemical reduction by new process.
• Reduced workforce through reprioritization of work responsibilities.
• Served as Hazardous Materials On-Scene Commander.
• Trained staff as Hazardous Materials Training Instructor - OSHA/ANSI/API.
• Acted as Confined Space & H2S Hazards Instructor.
• Receive Individual Achievement award as result of actions during blowout and fire on drilling rig.

Octagon Productions, Cheyenne, Wyoming
1982 - 1983
Drove a roustabout crew in a pipeline operation to achieve high production goals.

Doyle Drilling, Cheyenne, Wyoming
1980 - 1982

Geo Marine, Long Beach, CA
1977 - 1980


Hazardous Material Tech II...Hazard Communication...H2S...Confined Space/Structural Rescue...First Responder...E.M.T...S.T.O.P. Safety Program...Spill Prevention, Control & Counter Measure (SPCC)...Chemical Storage & Spill Clean-Up...Respiratory Training Including SCBA, SAR, and APR...Lock Out/Tag Out...Competent Person - Excavation...Exposure Control...American Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR.


Member - National Search and Rescue (1990-Present)
Cheyenne Fire School - Auto-Extraction Instructor...Rope Rescue Instructor...Ropes and Knots Instructor.
Park County Search and Rescue - Emergency Location Transmitter...Incident Command System...Global Positioning Systems...White Water Rescue...Man Tracking...Map and Compass...Certified Padi Diving.
National Ski Patrol - Patrol Leader (1988-92)...Winter Emergency Care...Winter Survival.
Yellowstone National Park - Basic Fire School/Fire Behavior...Helicopter Training.

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Quality Engineer Waste Management Copy

Jean Adams
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


• Over 20 years of success in Quality Engineering and Quality Inspections in the Nuclear, Fossil Fuel, and Chemical industries.
• AWS Certified Welding Inspector with proficient, hands-on experience.
• Exceptional knowledge of numerous Quality Assurance Programs utilizing NQA-1 Standards, quality surveillance and audits of subcontractors (MK-Ferguson, Lockheed Martin, and Bechtel).
• Conduct vendor audits and surveillances.
• Excellent working knowledge of company safety standards policies and procedures.
• Productive, multi-task oriented, adapt well to change, good work ethics, and meticulous.
• Excellent troubleshooting, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
• Safety conscious; no lost work time due to accidents; physically fit.
• Working knowledge of Word, Excel, Windows, LotusNotes, PassPort, E-mail, and Internet.
• Security Clearance : "L"


Helix Power Company, Boise, ID
1999 - Present
Quality Engineering Supervisor
• Provided quality engineering support to ensure implementation and compliance standards are met.
• Reviewed and approved Work Control Documents to ensure documentation and inspection requirements are included in the work packages.
• Determined inspection planning for requisitioned items.
• Conducted internal audits, surveillances, and self-assessments to support Radioactive Waste. Management Complex (RWMC) operations and maintenance.
• Interpreted Quality Assurance (QA) specifications and standards.
• Interfaced with System Engineers, Subcontractors, DOE, Craft Foremen, and Work Planners.
• Facilitated the Nonconformance (NCR) and Program Deficiency reporting (PDR) Systems.
• Inspected vendor sources and evaluate potential supplier's QA Programs.

Helix Power Company, Boise, ID
1998 - 1999
Lead Quality Engineer
• Assigned jobs for QI's and QE's on 3100 cubic meter project. Reviewed shipping and loading documentation for WIPP shipments.
• Reviewed Procurement Documents for applicable requirements.

Octagon Industries, Spokane, WA
1997 - 1998
Compliance Coordinator
• Developed and maintained a Self-Assessment Program to assess and document RWMC compliance with federal, state, and company requirements in accordance with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
• Coordinated and developed Self-Assessment schedules with Environmental Safety, Quality, Managers, and employees.
• Audited, assessed and inspected findings and assigned corrective actions to proper individuals.
• Entered information into a commitment tracking system and tracked data until completed.
• Ensured surveillances, audits and appraisals were conducted regularly to assess compliance with applicable procedures, directives, and orders with environmental, safety and health considerations and maintained an efficient records system.

Octagon Industries, Spokane, WA
1995 - 1997
Lead Quality Engineer
• Provided quality engineering support and oversight to line construction management organization.
• Directly interfaced with Area Construction Manager, Staff, and Subcontractors.
• Analyzed design and constructability; field surveillance planning; execution and closure.
• Evaluated subcontract proposals; preconstruction readiness review; requisition approval; researched field problems, and suggested recommendations for effective resolutions.

FJK International Inc., Spokane, WA
1994 - 1995
Project Quality Manager
• Established, implemented, and maintained the Quality Program Plan (QPP).
• Provided interpretation, technical and administrative assistance to Project Management.
• Developed, implemented, and maintained the Quality Assessment and Oversight Program.
• Performed and evaluated assessments and surveillance of subcontractors.
• Performed QA trending, root cause analysis, and evaluated and issued corrective action and/or Stop Work Orders.
• Supervised, trained, and directed Quality Engineering Staff.
• Quality Assurance approval and made recommendations for pre-bid evaluations and performance reviews, subcontractor quality assurance programs, vendor data submittals, design change, and nonconformance documents.

FJK International Inc., Spokane, WA
1990 - 1994
Quality Assurance Engineer
• Oversaw numerous electrical and mechanical construction packages and ensured quality contractual requirements compliance.
• Coordinated project surveillance reporting effort.
• Performed indoctrination and training of surveillance programs to personnel.
• Gave presentations on quality at Contract Awards.

SFB Corporation, Portland, OR
1990 - 1990
Quality Engineer
• Technical review and authentication of all quality documents generated for the installation of seismically-qualified supports and process piping systems.
• Ensured items are in compliance to site procedures specification design requirements and codes.

SFB Corporation, Portland, OR
1989 - 1990
Quality Control Inspector
• Certified to perform and document inspection per procedures. Certified in NDE Visual, Piping, Mechanical, Expansion Anchor, Liquid Penetrant, AWS CWI.

Acme Industries, Seattle, WA
1981 - 1989
Lead Quality Control Inspector
• Verified qualifications of welder, documentation of material, orientation of pipe, fitups, final welds, ISI welds, review process sheets and drawings for accuracy, performed welding surveillance, monitored post weld heat treatment, wrote storage reports, wrote non-conformance reports, performed hydro and pneumatic test, lead inspector over containment and fuel handling buildings. Advised 20 subordinate inspectors on problems and quality issues. Qualified on ultrasonic thickness and Holiday tests. Trained and certified to perform and document inspections.

Goldman Industries, Seattle, WA
1981 - 1981
Off-Shore Welder

Zane Group, Seattle, WA
1978 - 1981
Welding Foreman

Romanov Enterprises, Seattle, WA
1977 - 1978
Shop Foreman/Welder


Numerous company training courses: Site Access Training, Green Card Training, RadWorker Training.
Certified as AWS Welding Inspector
Pacific Technical College Welding Degree.
Lincoln High School, Pierre, South Dakota.

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