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experience

Engineer I  
Egnite LLC, March 2015 to October 2016, Tempe, Arizona United States
(Energy)
Assigned to Arizona Public Service by Egnite LLC to act as an engineer and assistant project manager during the construction phase of the APS Solar Partner Program. Responsible for the day-to-day management of the installation of 1600 APS owned and maintained residential rooftop photovoltaic solar systems.

Engineering Summer Intern  
Arizona Public Service, May 2009 to August 2009, Tonopah, Arizona United States
(Energy)
• Conducted needs-based interviews with various department heads to streamline the reactor outage process. • Inspected and catalogued over 2000 spare mechanical systems parts with extreme accuracy and detail. • Responsible for tracking open and closed work orders using in-house work management system.

education

Northern Arizona Univ  
Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aug, 2007 to May, 2014


projects

Solar Tracking Structure Design (Senior Project),  by      
August, 2013 - May, 2014
Designed an inexpensive and reliable tracking structure to hold new solar panels which then produced power for the University. Constructed the modular design utilizing only two panels with flexible configuration. Achieved utilization of the dual axis design in the final project.

SAE Aero Design  by      
August, 2013 - December, 2013
Acted as the team lead for the design and structural analysis of the fuselage for a heavy payload carrying aircraft. Designed for presentation to the Society of Automotive Engineers, with a goal of creating an aircraft capable of carrying up to 65 pounds while adhering to given constraints.

Matlab Thermal Analysis Simulation  by      
January, 2014 - May, 2014
Created a Matlab simulation to analyze and graphically represent conduction and convection of heat through and around a non-uniform shape using finite difference method equations.

Matlab Airfoil Analysis Tool  by      
January, 2014 - May, 2014
Used Matlab to create a script capable of importing NACA airfoil coordinates, plotting the airfoil, and returning the lift coefficient, lift per unit span, and total circulation of air around the airfoil.