FMC Technologies, Houston, TX
June 2012-January 2014
After completing my undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University, I was offered a position with FMC Technologies, an oil & gas service company that specialized and leads the market in subsea equipment manufacturing. All new college graduates undergo two years of intense training in the Engineering Rotation Program. All engineers spend 6 months on the shop floors with the technicians learning the basic fundamentals of the company. Following the 6 months on the shop floor, I completed rotations within Quality Engineering, Project Planning and Project Management, and finally Manufacturing Engineering. I left the company January 2014 to pursue a volunteering opportunity in Robbinsville, New Jersey and then to pursue graduate school in the Fall of 2014.
St Onge Company, York, PA
June 2015-January 2016
While completing my Masters of Science at Northern Illinois University, I secured a full-time opportunity at a supply chain consulting firm in York, PA. Under the guidance of senior engineers and project managers, duties included evaluating large sets of data using SQL and advanced Microsoft Excel analysis. After data analysis, clients systems, processes and operations were analyzed and adaptations and modifications were suggested.
iuzeit, Inc, Dallas, TX
User Experience & User Interface Designer
February 2016-August 2016
As a UI/UX designer, my responsibilities included designing and created mock-ups and designs for the company website. iuzeit is a start-up company in Dallas, TX bringing a new scene of shopping for customers. Currently offering electronics (cell phones and laptops), the site allows users to review a product without having to navigate thru numerous consumer and expert websites. As a contract position, I left the company in August to pursue my doctorate degree.
Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY
Process Improvement Intern
September 2016 - Present
While working towards my doctorate, the internship with Roswell Park Cancer Institute helps me focus on applying previously learned industrial engineering techniques to coordinate the redesign of ambulatory clinics. Techniques implemented are data analysis in Microsoft Excel, process mapping, flow charting and conducting surveys and interviews. As well as the analysis, I also conduct literature research to discover and learn other methods used in improving efficiencies in hospitals.