- 6 Years & 5 Months
Jun 2013 to PresentHer Highness the Queen's Special Safety CampaignInstrumentation Engineer
Became a part of the special service programme by the Queen. I am responsible for managing operations and completing projects within the given time and budget. Purchasing equipment and analysing data for future installments of security devices is my duty.
I am also responsible for panning security set up for different areas. The campaign is for ensuring that all areas are free of street crime and traffic regulations are followed. I am in charge of analysing data and planning security system network according to that.
Feb 2002 to May 201311 Years & 3 MonthsSecurity DepartmentInstrumentation Engineer
Responsible for designing, developing and installing instruments like sensors, smoke detectors and monitors. These equipments were installed as part of security campaigns by the government.
I was also responsible for planning and managing equipment installations while ensuring maintenance of the security systems and parts. As part of the security campaigns, our team often gave presentations to other departments willing to buy our equipment.
LanguagesEnglish (UK)Native or Bilingual ProficiencyFrenchProfessional Working ProficiencySpanishElementary Proficiency
- Advanced Process Control (APC)
- Distributed Control Systems (DCS)
- Programmable Loic Controllers (PLC)
- Supervisory Control and Data Systems
- Operation Management
- Planning Projects
- Strategy and Delivery
Successful at application of process control devices for oil refineries.
Repairing of istruments used for oil extraction and measuring pressure.
Youngest Instrumentation Engineer to recieve award for extraordinary performance.
Training and Courses
Diploma in Complex Systems Engineering. Learnt about the set-up as well as repair of complex machines and instruments. Gear based instruments and their repair was also a part of the programme.
Studied Hydraulic Systems at a training programme. It equipped me with the ability to create and correct all water-based instruments.