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Technical Program Coordinator
- • November 2015 - present
Research and Development Department & Supply Chain and Production. - Coordinate projects with teams and suppliers. - Ensuring suppliers with the right technology and skills are identified to meet project requirements. - Produce manufacturing quotes for clients and be the point of contact. - Monitoring QA in all aspects of design and production. - Liaise with the logistics department and shipping companies for product shipment.
- • October 2014 - November 2015
- Creation of cocktails and coffee creations for VIP passengers. - Monitoring stock levels of spirits, liqueur, beer and bar equipment. - Working weekly with external companies based in Hong Kong and Australia.
- • February 2012 - April 2014
Started part time as counter staff to fund study costs. Progressed through ranks to full time duty manager within 6 months. - Work with other branch managers, departments and external companies. - Monitor stock levels. - Training and leading a team of 10 to 15 people from 3 departments. - Handling daily invoices, cash flow and end of day reports for company HQ.
- • January 2006 - January 2008
Part time employment in a team of 4 on weekends for a local private railway company. - Sleeper replacement - Track ballasting. - Track re- alignment. - Fish plate maintenance. - If required assisting in train and carriage maintenance.
- • June 2006 - March 2007
Originally work placement, got offered a permanent role servicing cars, HGVs and coaches. - Carry out scheduled MOT checks and full servicing. - Assisting qualified mechanics when required. - Reporting on labour and parts costs, and any serious complications to the office. - Providing customer service. - Monitor stock of parts using the J.I.T (Just In Time) principle.
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University of Hertfordshire
Bsc (Hons) Aerospace Technology with Pilot Studies, Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology • January 2010 - January 2013
- Students were required to obtain 20 hours flight time in a light fixed winged aircraft. - Pass all the pilot MCQ tests given to pass the course. The degree differs from a aerospace engineering degree. The course is more heavily concentrated on R&D, excelling current aircraft performance and designs via electrical and mechanical innovations.