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  • 1. T A M A R A G R A H A M <br />60 SOUTHPORT STREET, TORONTO, ONTARIO M6S 3N4<br /> PHONE 1(416) 276-6422, E-MAIL TAMARASAOUR@HOTMAIL.COM<br />OBJECTIVE <br />To expand my knowledge and experience with an innovative company in the field of Chemical Engineering<br />SKILLS<br />Exceptional problem solving and critical thinking capabilities <br />Ability to learn concepts and skills very quickly<br />Ability to create and innovate<br />Self motivated and confident<br />A team player, that can work very well with others or independently<br />Ability to work under minimal supervision and under pressure <br />Fluent in both English and Arabic <br />Windows and Apple computer power user<br />Competent with Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003 suites<br />Strong laboratory skills such as testing samples, analyzing results, and writing analytical reports including safety aspects of the work place (WHMIS, MSDS) <br />Solid background in Mathematics and Chemistry <br />Excellent writing and communication skills <br />Currently pursuing Engineer In Training (EIT) <br />WORK EXPERIENCE<br />Nov 2010-Present Bond Consulting Group Inc. Mississauga, ON<br />Research and Development Consultant<br />Document the Scientific Advancements of various electrical, mechanical, and chemical engineering companies for submission to the Canadian Government’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program<br />Write various business and technical SR&ED reports for Bond Consulting, which involve collecting supporting evidence, project documentation, and financial data<br />Visit clients to discuss their SR&ED eligibility based on the project advancements, obstacles, and experimental investigations <br />Understand the chronological order, methodologies, and processes of the research and development (R&D) conducted in Canada<br /> Provide consultation, preparation services, and determine cash refunds and tax credits for expenditures on eligible R&D work<br />WORK EXPERIENCE<br />July 2010-Oct 2010 Molson Coors Toronto, ON <br />Quality Control Operator <br />Set up and operated equipment to ferment and transfer beer into storage tanks <br />Operated and monitored the performance of the centrifuge system<br />Understood the entire pump design such as the supply and return pump lines for all fermenters and aging tanks <br />Ensured efficient and cost-effective power house services such as steam, air, and CO2 to achieve uninterrupted deliver of utilities to meet the needs of the brewery <br />Maintained knowledge of new and emerging technologies/processes, and made recommendations on their application to improve brewery performance, and implement as required <br />Started up the sanitization processes including caustic and chlorine wash for the fermenters, and the beer and yeast lines <br />Performed production processes such as racking line chase, and centrifuge and cooler chase which involved sending beer from the fermenters to the surge tanks and from the centrifuge to the storage tanks <br />Ensured safe operation of the plant by preventing tank overpressure; this is achieved by venting the tanks while filling, performing Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), and following Safe Work Procedures (SWPs)<br />Followed the schedule assigned by the supervisors and made adjustments as required <br />May 2010-July 2010 Ontario Place Toronto, ON <br />Water Park Technician <br />Collected and tested water samples for chemical analysis including chlorination and PH levels <br />Completed ride checks and tested all water toys and submitted daily analytical reports <br />Ensured safe operation and maintenance/repairs of the water park, super slide and pedal boat rides attractions <br />Assisted with operating soak city water park, water play toys and nozzles, water slides hydrofuge, and rush river pumps and sand filters <br />Measured and recorded the flow rate of water using flow meters and the pressure of water using gauges<br />Filled water pools to proper operational levels and cleaned water filter screens on a daily basis and with minimal supervision <br />Assisted with boat repairs including grinding, sandblasting, fiber glassing, and painting <br />Created appropriate chemical formulas for the required paint colors using Sherwin-Williams computerized paint system <br />WORK EXPERIENCE<br />May 2009-Sep 2009 Coco Paving Inc. Toronto, ON <br />Asphalt Emulsion Quality Control Technician Co-op Position<br />Collected, tested, analyzed, and interpreted reporting data for asphalt cement samples <br />Assisted with research and development and quality assurance of the asphalt production line <br />Formulated new product emulsions based on acid numbers, rosin acids content, water content and PH<br />Delivered both written and oral reports to management teams<br />Managed multiple simultaneous projects such as micro-surfacing gradation and emulsion and aggregate testing using a particle size analyzer <br />Performed various asphalt chemical testing in the laboratory including kinematic viscosity, distillation, elasticity, penetration, ductility, evaporation and flash point<br />Responsible for troubleshooting technical processing issues and new product launches<br />Jan 2009-May 2009 Lafarge Asphalt Engineering Toronto, ON <br />Asphalt Emulsion Quality Control Technician Co-op Position<br />Collected, analyzed, and interpreted reporting data on process performance and asphalt cement market dynamics<br />Assisted in formulating new product emulsions based on acid numbers, rosin acids content, water content and PH<br />Delivered both written and oral reports to management teams<br />Assisted with research and development to troubleshoot technical processing issues and new product launches<br />Managed multiple simultaneous projects such as micro-surfacing gradation, emulsion testing using a particle size analyzer, and aggregate compatibility- workability testing<br />Performed various asphalt chemical testing in the laboratory including kinematic and absolute viscosity, distillation, elasticity, penetration, ductility, and evaporation<br />Attended daily/ weekly meetings to discuss the development of new asphalt formulas <br />July 2008-Aug 2008 Ryerson University Toronto, ON<br />Research Engineer - Volunteer Position <br /> <br />As a part of a colleague’s thesis, I conducted several tomography experiments <br />Delivered intricate graphs used to compare the performance and the efficiency of different impellers <br />Researched and recommended the most efficient and economical impeller in water<br />WORK EXPERIENCE<br />Sep 2007-Dec 2007 Iovate Health and Sciences Inc. Toronto, ON<br />Product Development and Quality Control Analyst Co-op Position<br /> <br />Created and tested unique product formulas in the laboratory, categorized and processed all recipes for major product mixtures<br />Processed and validated various product mixtures, troubleshooted and assisted in Quality Assurance processes <br />Conducted sensory meetings with the President and VP’s of the company, coordinated all management members and notified them of the sensory-taste test results for the entire muscle tech product line <br />Contributed in the sensory test by tasting the products and evaluating them according to their flavor, texture, aroma, and presentation and created professional weekly reports based on the collected results <br />May 2007-Sep 2007 Canada’s Wonderland Toronto, ON<br />Water Park Technician Co-op Position <br /> <br />Collected, tested and analyzed water samples for chemical and bacterial analysis <br />Analyzed the colour of water using colour comparator test equipment and submitted daily analytical reports <br />Measured and recorded the flow rate of water using flow meters and the pressure of water using gauges every hour of the shift<br />Maintained the mechanical areas, equipment and quality of water in the pools and waterways throughout the facility <br />Responsible for the condition of the plumbing, plumbing related mechanical equipment, pools, waterway maintenance and the chemical treatment of water <br />EDUCATION<br />Ryerson University - Chemical Engineering Co-op Program (2005-2010) <br />Bachelor of Chemical Engineering<br />Graduated with a 3.9 GPA and achieved Dean’s List <br />Thesis - designed a manufacturing plant producing a high demand chemical known as MIBK (methyl isobutyle ketone) <br />Relevant courses taken: Plant Design, Piping Sizing, Mass and Heat Balances, Process Control (P&ID’s), Plant Safety, Unit Operations, Simulation, Optimization, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Vector Calculus, Differential Equations, Engineering Economics and Statistics, Polymer Science, Air Pollution, Organic and Biochemistry <br />References Available Upon Request <br />

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