Heading Gilligan Eylund 44 Hunchback of Notre Dame Way Mountain View, WA, 88375 Cell: (555) 987-1234 firstname.lastname@example.org
Piping Stress Engineer uses software to measure natural gas and liquid petroleum pipelines. Tests, oversees and reports on fluid and gas movement through pipes. Specializes in liquid petroleum pipelines.
Spoken and written communication skills
Mechanical Engineering Software
Lifts more than 200 pounds
April 2007 to February 2009 Measurement Engineering Solutions – Mountain View, WA Piping Stress Engineer – Used testing equipment to verify liquid flow rate through pipelines. – Conducted average of 20 pipe stress tests per month. – Reported test results to relevant corporate executives and government authorities. March 2009 to May 2010 Joe Schmit Physics Team – Mountain View, WA Piping Stress Engineer – Performed vibrant analysis to determine if there were any weak points in the pipeline. – Completed 24 pipe stress tests per month. – Repaired critical vibration problems emanating from the refinery. June 2010 to October 2011 Blue Mountain View Engineering – Mountain View, WA Piping Stress Engineer – Analyzed boiler and steam pipes for businesses and warehouses. – Completed average of 4 assessments per week. – Used Mechanical Pipe Stress Software to identify potential weak points.
2006 Notre Dame of Western United States University, Mountain View, WA Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering