Corey A. Tyree160 Carlisle StNewnan, GA 30263 (H) and (C):(205) 470-1744Website: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ctyree0 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSummary Six years of continuous career progression in engineering and leadership at a large electrical utility. A highly-organized manager whose attention to detail quickly gains influence and the confidence of others. Reputation for developing strong working relationships and having exceptional communication skills.EducationPh.D., Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University, 3.73 GPA Aug 2001 - May 2007B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Kentucky Aug 1996 - May 2001ExperienceEngineering Manager, Georgia Power Company, Newnan, GA Oct 2012 - current Lead a team of engineers at a coal-fired power plant: o Supervise five engineers and one administrator. o Supervisory responsibilities include performance management, career development, and technical training. o who provide project management and technical support Led program focused on technology development for the control of coal-fired power plant emissions. Oversee ~$30M capital budget that includes projects that improve plant reliability and performance Represent west Georgia region on committees focused on improving capital budgets and root cause analysis (RCA).Principal Engineer, Southern Company, Birmingham, AL Sept 2007 - current Led program focused on technology development for the control of coal- fired power plant emissions. Expert on technologies used to control: NOx, SOx, acid gases, mercury, selenium, metals, particulate, and wastewater. Managed ~$5M of technology demonstration projects, which included the following responsibilities: o Negotiated legal contracts and set scope, schedule, and budget. o Gained plant approval and support for project activities at 10 different sites. o Directed on-site activities. Initiated and coordinated industry-wide effort that identified major errors in EPA’s MATS ruling. Presented Southern Company’s MATS technology strategy at Executive Management Council and Joint Board Meetings.
Co-authored article on mercury control that was selected for Power Magazine cover story. Served as internal consultant to engineering, fossil fuels, and environmental affairs organizations on technology-related subjects (e.g, section 45 tax credit qualification, railcar dust control, technology selection, process performance). Represented the Company in numerous external activities, e.g.: o Presented Company findings on mercury emission statistics to EPA staff. o Acting Company advisor to EPRI’s Program 73: Post-Combustion NOx Control. o Keynote speaker at the 2011 ExPPerts Conference.Graduate Student, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZAug 2001 – May 2007 Led engineering research program that produced high-impact results on a wide range of subjects. Co-authored four scientific publications related to climate, mathematics, and nanotechnology. Instructor for ASU’s largest engineering class (85 students), Numerical Methods for Engineers.Cooperative Engineer, General Electric, Louisville, KY Summer 2001 Evaluated performance of a carbon monoxide sensor to be used in home appliances.Cooperative Engineer, Martek Biosciences, Winchester, KY Summer 1999 and 2000 Operator at chemical plant that produced omega-3 fatty acids for the nutritional market.Honors and Awards Recipient of four Southern Excellence Awards. Participant in Southern Company’s 2012 Operations Leadership Development Program. Graduate of Southern Company’s 2011 Technical Leadership Development Program. Nominated by faculty and received three ARCS Foundation scholarships while attending ASU.