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Paint Shop Maintenance Engineer
General Motors • October 2014 - present
Responsible for all Corrective, Preventive, Predictive Maintenance activities at the Paint Shop Line which is the bottle neck of any Automotive Factory
Kinetics Student Organization • July 2013 - present
Kinetics is is a student non-profit organization in the Faculty of Engineering in Mataria that helps engineering students to gain more experience and knowledge in technical and non-technical tracks through its different activities.
SolidWorks • April 2013 - present
Certified SolidWorks Professional moderator as a community service for mechanical engineering students.
Summer Trainee Manufacturing Engineer
ABB Egypt • July 2013 - August 2013
Trained as manufacturing engineer in the Power Products Medium Voltage Division and my task was setting a time plan for a medium voltage sub-station assembly.
Quality Management Moderator
Kinetics Student Organization • February 2013 - June 2013
I moderate Quality Management workshop in my college where we teach students about quality management concepts, lean manufacturing, problem solving techniques and Six Sigma basics.
Summer Trainee Maintenance Engineer
EgyptAir • August 2011 - September 2011
I'have had the chance to have a summer training in EgyptAir Maintenance Dept. in Cairo Airport from August 2011 to September 2011 and from August 2012 to September 2012. I had the the chance to visit different maintenance shops, ex: Engines maintenance shop, fuel and miscellaneous shop, tires maintenance shop, hydraulic and pneumatic systems maintenance shop, over all maintenance shops.
Summer Trainee Receiving Inspection Engineer (Quality Dept.)
General Motors Egypt • June 2011 - July 2011
I've been working in the Quality Department for one month on summer intern ship offered from General Motors Egypt. My task was setting a receiving inspection plan for the local supplied parts in the pick up truck (Cheverolet El-Dababa). My receiving inspection plan depended on different factors: The severity of each part and how it affects the safety of the vehicle, PPM (the Part Per Million errors history for each part), AQL (Acceptable Quality Level), Destructibility and type of inspection test for each part (destructive or non-destructive test), CAD data for each part. At the end of my program in could complete my task by 100% and the company extended my program for 1 week to start a new receiving inspection plan for Trucks (Cheverolet Jumbo N-Series).
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Faculty of Engineering in Mataria - Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt
Undergraduate (Senior student), Mechanical Power Engineering • January 2009 - January 2014