Mechanical Engineer Candidates

Candidate 19:

  • Candidate 19 has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech 2016.
  • He is certainly not afraid of getting his hands dirty and welcomes any challenge that comes his way.
  • He is seeking his first opportunity to be able to use the degree that he earned at Georgia Tech.
  • Candidate 19 is located in GA and open to relocation

 

Candidate 20:

  • Candidate 20 has a BS Mechanical Engineering
  • He currently doing a contract position that will end in May
  • He is comfortable with working out on the shop floor and does not mind getting his hands dirty
  • He rates himself at a 7 on mechanical aptitude.
  • Candidate 20 is located in GA

 

Candidate 21:

  • Candidate 21 has a BS in Mechanical EngineeringTechnology where she maintained a 3.2 GPA.
  • She had a senior project where she worked as team member to design/build a Knife Grinder. The team had to design, build or buy the necessary components to build the knife sharpener.
  • She is proficient with solidworks and has hands on experience with CNC mills and lathes and can also weld.
  • Candidate 21 is located in South Carolina and open to relocation in the South East

 

Candidate 22:

  • Candidate 22 completed his BS in mechanical engineering Dec 2016 and is now seeking his first opportunity to use his degree.
  • He is not afraid to get out on the shop floor for 70+% of his day and get his hands dirty.
  • Dedrick got the opportunity to work on a senior project to solve Quality issues and improve line speeds. He and the team designed and built a mask to go over the transmission for bolt insertion and they also incorporated a bowl feeder to speed up the process and get the bolts in the correct position for torque purposes.
  • He was the team member that had the ability to go to the shop and use the lathe or mills to produce needed parts for the project.
  • Candidate 22 is located in GA.

 

Candidate 23:

  • Candidate 23 has his Associates in Mechanical Technology and 14 years experience in machine design and has designed automated machines and mechanisms for a variety of industries including textile.
  • Candidate 23 has 12 years experience with SolidWorks and has used the program to design, customize and make modifications.
  • Candidate 23 has strong project management skills and has brought countless projects to completion. He has led everything from procurement to instillation. He likes to get on the plant floor and assist with reading blue prints to ensure machinery is installed correctly.
  • He has a great attitude and is a hard worker ensuring that he “gets the job done”
  • He is currently working a contract position because his role at JSI/SPS was eliminated due to a change in direction for the company.
  • Candidate 23 is located in GA

 

Candidate 1ME:

  • Candidate 1ME is a Mechanical Engineer with almost 20 years in the linear drives & actuators custom applications industry. Most of his career has been as an Applications Engineer.
  • He is actively pursuing a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management.
  • He is currently located in New York but is open to relocation.

 

Candidate 2ME:

  • Candidate 2ME has his degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Purdue University and 30+ years experience in manufacturing.
  • He has worked in a variety of industries but most of his career was spent in automotive and Lean environments.
  • He has extensive training in Lean and even worked for 3 years as a Lean consultant where he would spend a month to a month and a half at different manufacturing facilities training employees on Lean techniques including 5S, Genba walks and Kaizen events.
  • Robert has a strong mechanical aptitude and familiarity with machinery, as well as project management experience and strong leadership skills.
  • He is located in GA.

 

Candidate 3ME:

  • Candidate 3ME has a great personality, is extremely energetic and is actively looking for his first Engineering position.
  • He just graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ga Tech.
  • Last summer, he interned at a Paper Mill as a Mechanical and Process Engineer.
  • He worked with the operators on the plant floor to identify areas of process improvement through time studies and analysis.  During his internship:
    • the organization did not have any system in place for time studies and suggested he just use a pen and paper but he asked if he could develop a system they could use even when he left and they were happy to let him take the reigns.
    • He spoke with the operators and asked them to help him break down the process into sections.  He identified 10 parts of the process and used an Excel spreadsheet to put them into time slots.  He then timed everything in the process and identified areas that were slowing down the process.  One area was a maintenance issue on a roller so he worked with maintenance to resolve that issue/ replace a part and they increased the speed of production in that area.
    • The main area that was slowing down production was in changing the blades in the cutting machine.  He also identified some safety issues in this process.
    • He was able to analyze the data and research solutions and presented his suggestions to management: If they were to invest in automatic adjustment cutters they would save 3 minutes per blade change and a 5-8% savings on time resulting in increased production and safety. They used his proposal to send to Corporate and promised him that when they got the approval they would fly him up to see the machinery.
  • He is high energy and enjoys a fast-paced environment.
  • He enjoys working on the plant floor and interacting with the operators.

 

Candidate 4ME:

  • Candidate 4ME is a Mechanical Engineer who interned during college and now is a full-time Process Engineer.
  • He loves working in a mill environment where he’s been instrumental in providing gap analysis, reliability improvements, and mitigating unplanned maintenance. He says he been very effective in driving competitiveness on uptime.
  • He works directly with both mill technicians and outside equipment vendors to keep equipment in good working condition and to improve throughput and uptime.
  • He has coached technicians on inspections and how to execute various work requests.
  • After only 7-8 months in his current position, he earned a raise because he was able to save the company about $105k in labor costs.
  • He is fluent in both English and Spanish which he has found useful in multi-cultural labor operations.
  • Candidate 4ME currently lives in Savannah, but is looking to relocate to Atlanta, GA.

 

Candidate 5ME:

  • Candidate 5ME has a MS and BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. He is also Six Sigma Green Belt Certified. He has 18 years experience as a Maintenance/Reliability Engineer.
  • He has helped build or improve a PM Program at every company he has worked with; from managing and establishing a CMMS to preventive, predictive and proactive maintenance activities of all production equipment and plant utility systems.
  • Safety and training are very important to him. He always ensures his maintenance technicians are adequately trained, equipped and motived to perform. He has been responsible for supporting his techs in getting certified through local Technology programs.
  • During his time at his organization, he was able to use his Maintenance Techs. (that were certified to fix the 3 Boilers) instead of bringing in a 3rd party company to fix them.
  • He has experience and was in charge of Capital Projects. Some major recent projects: Factory change, Boiler control Change, Turbine Project. He handled budgets and timelines of projects, contractor bids, cost estimates, prepared proposals and provide updates.
  • He helped implement Reliability Standards by starting a “Reliability team”, he ask for a volunteer from each department to analyze a problem and come up with a solution.
  • He understands that Reliability is not just one issue and Troubleshooting is usually fixing one issue. Reliability takes a lot more analysis and research to figure out.
  • He has experience dealing with vendors, suppliers, contractors, and Electrical/Mechanical consultants on a daily basis.
  • He has experience working with compressors, pumps, boilers, etc. both troubleshooting and PM. (10+years experience)
  • Candidate 5ME has experience managing up to 75 people. He understands what to expect on the floor, he likes to motivate his employees; he wants them to feel creative about problem solving, to care about the equipment and their job and to be happy about being at work!

 

Candidate 6ME:

  •  Candidate 6ME has a BSEE and has 30 years Engineering experience in the Chemical, Oil & Gas and Energy Industries.
  • He has extensive experience in Preventative Maintenance and Troubleshooting of equipment. Motors, Drives, Transformers, Substations, Pressure Values, Boilers, Heaters, etc.
  • He has 8 years Project Management experience. He has worked with his team, scheduled work orders, reviewed progress from start to completion.
  • He also has experience with several Capital Projects. He is most proud of his Oil gathering Centre Project.
  • He has worked with Clients, Contractors, Vendors and Suppliers, handing quotes, orders, and doing comparisons.
  • His instrumentation experience includes calibrations of instruments, field calibrations, installation testing and commissioning of instrument panels, DCS, MOV, ROV, Flow and Pressure, Temperature transmitters, fire and gas detector system, PCV, FCV, TCV, TG, Level Transmitters, instrumentation cabling, instrumentation grounding system, etc.
  • He has experience, installing testing and commissioning High Voltage, Medium Voltage Electrical Substations, HV/LV Transformers, HV/LV Switch Gears, HV/LV motors, MV/LV motor control centers, Power control centers, HV/LV Power cables, control cables, Instrumentation cables, lighting system, lightning protection system, uninterrupted power supply system, grounding system, relay protection system, fire alarm, smoke detector system.
  • He has handled outages of Substations and Maintenance Shutdown. Worked closely with mechanical, application and field service team to handle outage.

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