Seeking experience as automotive personnel in a dynamic organization,to function alongside a knowledgeable team in a competitive environment
- London Borough of Sutton, GB
I have finished my bachelors in Automotive Engineering from University of Hertfordshire (United Kingdom) and I am currently looking for a challenging opportunity in the automotive sector within an esteemed organization. I am a motivator and organizer and these skills have enabled me to effectively defuse problem situations with customers using tact, thus creating a long-term client base. I am equally comfortable working independently or as part of a team and am highly motivated to provide an excellent product on time. Teamwork is another skill I have acquired and one I know is necessary for organizational cohesiveness. From past experiences and education, I have acquired persuasive techniques that are needed to influence for progress of an organization. One can trust me to work unsupervised, meet deadlines, and develop creative ideas that will make a difference in services rendered to the general public.
Fortune Incorporation uk, Product Developer, Surrey
September 2010 to present
PD Factory – responsible for planning workforce requirements in response to changing business needs, as well as for project management and business improvements.
Cross Car Line & Global Product Delivery System (GPDS) – responsible for managing vehicle programmes that provide the rest of Product Development with clear direction, time scales and product definition.
Product Information – ensures the right parts get to the assembly track at the right time to meet each customer’s order with a use of a complex system of coding and schedules to relay the information.
Tools & Technologies – provide and maintains specialist IT tools to help develop new vehicles.
Programme Management – oversee everything from the start of a programme through to the launch, and then beyond into future model years
Electricals & Auto parts, Technical Supervisor, Mumbai
December 2002 to May 2005
Benchmarking, tuning and developing the attributes of all vehicle lines
Defining the character and attribute performance
Defining customer requirements
Driving, working with and integrating other engineering and design departments to meet customer requirements and attribute targets
Completing final vehicle testing, validation and sign off
Automotive Engineering, BEng at Uni. Hertfordshire
Instrumentation Engineering, Undergraduate at Watumull Institute