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Highly Motivated Electrical Engineer


Electrical Engineer


Albuquerque, NM

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My ideal job is one that allows me to be a self-starter within a motivated team environment. I see myself working in the field of systems management where real-time engineering support, data trending, system health checks, and development and maintenance of operational procedures are just a part of my daily tasks. Initially, the job would entail specialized training of the environment provided by seasoned professionals, as well as plenty of self-study, in order to become a viable team contributor. The work must be exhilarating, rather than just simply a series of mundane system checking tasks. Directly responding to abnormalities that provide real-time system correction to satellites and space and/or aircraft would be just the sort of thrill that would keep me excited for each upcoming day’s work. Controlling the systems of flight is akin to the ever-dynamic control innately sustained by the sub-conscience of any living organism…to know each morning that my day will be filled with providing such support to a man-made system that can travel and communicate to places in space that most every child dreams about going to is as breath-taking as the sights that this child would encounter.


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Target Corporation Cashier 11/2007 - 7/2008
ARCA Residential Instructor 5/2007 - 7/2007



The University of New Mexico Electrical Engineering 2008 Bachelor Degree



HONORS • Recipient of the Outstanding Student Service Award In Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, December 2006. • The only undergraduate engineering student from my campus invited to attend and participate in the United States Round Table Discussion hosted by The University of New Mexico with Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings and local Congresswoman Heather Wilson in attendance to discuss the Nation’s plight to reform math and science education, October 2006. LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES • President, Engineers Without Borders-UNM, Fall 2006-Spring 2007 • Co-Founder/Vice-President/Secretary, Engineers Without Borders-UNM, Fall 2005-Fall 2006 TEAMWORK EXPERIENCE • Feedback Control Systems Course: Designed and implemented a digital position controller using Labview software and a DC servomotor, hybrid driver, data acquisition card (terminal), laptop computer, and connectivity devices for its hardware. • Student Organization Project (Engineers Without Borders-University of New Mexico, EWB-UNM): As President of the organization, participated, trained, created and submitted project proposal documentation, acted as liaison between the following: Sacred Power (private sector donating company); student/faculty members; EWB-USA Technical Advisory Committee (official committee for procurement and approval of EWB student project proposals); UNM School of Engineering Deans Office; and UNM's Student Activities Office, as well as organized student members, teachers, and professional engineers to collaborate harmoniously resulting in the multi-teamed installation of hybrid photovoltaic (solar/propane) power systems to three single-family homes on the Navajo Nation in Ramah, NM, February 2007. • Signals & Systems Course: Developed, designed, and virtually implemented a unidirectional baseband transmission system via Matlab software. • Senior Project Team: Researched, designed, and developed an image transfer device using Xilinx ISE 9.1i software as well as Matlab for preliminary testing purposes. Hardware devices included the following: Xilinx Virtex-II Pro FPGA board, USB-JTAG system, laptop computer, and a PC.

Companies I like:

Engineering/Technology/Research Sciences, Aviation/Aerospace, Biotechnology, Defense/Government, and/or Energy/Utilities