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Bachelors Degree, Electrical Engineering
Willing to Relocate
Highlights of attributes I feel are relevent
I like to maitain a clean workspace, clear space allows for a clear and focused mind.
I make decisions only when all options are on the table, I look for the most efficient and reliable solution.
I live for deadlines, they drive me to exercise my time management abilities. I work better under pressure, I consider this a strength as I can take on much more responsibility and have the self-discipline to finish on time.
I think outside the box, I apply a technical approach to most aspects of life. I find that technology has a place in almost every capacity of work flow, and even daily tasks.
August 2014 - Present
The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Makerspace Lab is a hybrid manufacturing systems environment with 55 3D printers and digital object scanners, making it one of the largest MakerBot™ Innovation Centers in the US. The MakerBot™ Innovation Center has the full range of fifth-generation product technology, including the Mini Compact 3D Printer and Z18 3D Printer networked on a management platform for a seamless software solution. As a lab technician my job is to enable students, by using what they learn in the class and then apply that to a functional real-world prototype. My duties involve servicing and upkeep of all 55+ printers in the lab, as well as keep the lab current with new technologies and bring those ideas into the lab.
May 2016 - August 2016
An expert in standard and custom roto-molded products, Dura-Cast creates durable tanks that withstand many years of use.
May 2017 - August 2017
The City of Lakeland's Public Works Department consists of seven divisions and 264 full-time employees. These seven divisions include Construction & Maintenance, Engineering, Facilities Maintenance, Fleet Management, Lakes & Stormwater, Solid Waste and Traffic Operations & Parking Services. The fiscal year 2017 budget for the Public Works Department is $59 million.
The mission of Florida Polytechnic University is to prepare 21st century learners in advanced fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to become innovative problem-solvers and high-tech professionals through interdisciplinary teaching, leading-edge research and collaborative local, regional and global partnerships.