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UNION PIPELINE COMPANY (Continued)
Field Engineer (2000 - 2001)
Completed BOP Butadiene and Propane
system SCADA upgrade safely and on-time.
Automated product proving and
delivery, and converted 21 valves into MOVs at delivery
terminal within all time and budget constraints; resulted in
improved operational efficiency.
Electrical Design Engineer (1998
Served as Electrical Design Advisor
for installation of Noltex meter site for new ethylene
Directed safe completion of BPU
Butylene SCADA upgrade in conjunction with OMNI Y2K project.
Spearheaded creation of New Hire
folder system encompassing all general and technical
information specific to Electrical Services group to assist
new electrical hires in assimilation to new position.
Hosted and interviewed potential new
hires as member of recruiter host team.
Led multiple electrical related
projects for instrumentation, control, and power.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus, Ohio
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering,
~ GPA: 3.75/4.0
~ Thesis: "Study of Cogging Torque in
Permanent Magnet Machines"
Bachelor of Science in
Electrical Engineering, 1996
~ Graduated Summa Cum
Laude with 3.81/4.0
CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONICS,
Certificate in Electronic Technology,
UNITED STATES NAVY, Charleston, South
Final Rank of E-6, ET1SS Submarine Qualified
~ Nuclear Power Program, Reactor Controls Division
'E' Efficiency Ribbon
~ Sea Service Ribbon
~ Two Good
~ Multiple Letters of Commendation
Commanding Officer's Citation
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND
ISA (Instrumentation, Systems,
and Automation Society)
The American Legion
Smith, C., Sebb, T., and
Murt, S.."Study of Cogging Torque in Permanent Magnet Machines."
Submitted for IEEE-IAS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana,
October 4-9, 1997.