Engineer In Training
Syed Mukhtar Engineer-In-Training (49022) APEGS
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Professional Engineer in training with four years of experience and track record in traffic engineering, construction, planning and management; knowledgeable in traffic safety and traffic operations; with strong analytical background and proven success in managing transportation projects; has the ability to supervise staff and possesses excellent leadership skills.
Industrial Systems Engineering (CO-OP Program) Sep 2013 – Apr 2019
University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada Graduated
Certificate in Business Administration (Level l & ll) Sep 2015 – Dec 2017
University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada Graduated
City of Regina Apr 2019 – Present
Transportation Engineer-In-Training: – Roadways & Transportation
Provides management and professional engineering and advice pertaining to the management of traffic and transportation/communication infrastructure, including but not limited to traffic signals, pedestrian corridors, alternative intersection treatments, such as roundabouts and streetlighting.
Research, engineering, and management functions may include studies, planning, design, materials, construction, data/asset management, monitoring, modeling, operations, rehabilitation, maintenance, agreements/contracts, budgets/expenditures, and investment strategies.
Interprets and analyzes data, information, processes, programs, and problems and develops options, solutions, improvements, and recommendations.
Reviews and approves standard roadway and traffic engineering proposals, plans, applications, drawings, activities and works.
Develops and recommends corporate engineering/traffic standards, operation and capital programs, policies, management systems, and practices.
Prepares and presents technical and business reports, contract documents, terms of reference, proposals, correspondence, and briefs. Ensures infrastructure information systems and records are maintained.
Interprets, recommends changes to, and administers pertinent City Bylaws, Initiates, develops and conducts public consultation and information programs.
Receives and responds to concerns and enquiries from staff, the public, other departments, external agencies, senior leadership, elected officials and the media.
Coordinates, consults, negotiates, and collaborates with outside agencies and stakeholders.
Manages and directs the work of consultants, contractors, and operational forces.
Develop and support Community safety and emergency plans/operations.
CNOOC International Aug 2017 – Aug 2018
Drilling & Completions Engineer (CO-OP): – Operation Services
SAGD Well planning such as well proposal, class 4 cost estimates, procurement, contracts, well licencing, Technical Assurance Review, HAZID, risk analyses and pre-spud planning.
Real-time monitoring of active drill wells, including cost/time performance, drilling fluid properties, directional profile progress and torque/drag for Oil Sands infill project.
Played a vital role on casing corrosion investigation; to determine the corrosion mechanism and correlate potential risk to the rest of the field.
Define overall risk leading to compliance issues based on caliper logs and casing deformation i.e. shear. Abandonment of wells based on risk matrix by following AER directive (IRP3).
Supported the advancement of the Well Information Management System. Action tracking and closure implementation on projects. WellView information integrity and regulatory compliance.
Cenovus Energy Inc. Aug 2015 – Aug 2016
Production & Facilities Engineer (CO-OP): – Thermal Operations
Prepared detailed well service rig request packages for approval for improving production and interfacing.
Completed Engineering repair plans for routine maintenance work orders, regulatory compliance or upgrade projects, Engineering work requests (EWR’s) and Management of Change (MOC’s) closeouts KPI by 13%/year.
Functioned as Liaison between engineering team, contactors, vendors, and operations personnel while coordinating with multi-discipline technical support teams to model, design and install ABSA equipment.
Prepared Approval for Expenditure (AFE) capital projects, facilitating scoping, project feasibility studies, operating cost budgets and assisting in solving problems.
Worked with operations in steam plant, field, and water units (~250 hours) while participating in risk analysis of facility projects, HAZOP study cases and AFE scheduling.
CERTIFICATIONS & SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
Certifications: H2S Alive | Detection and Control of Flammable Substance | Fire Extinguishers (Level 1) | WHIMIS 2015 (GHS) | First Aid – CPR (Level C) | NORM Awareness | SCBA | North Half Mask | Basic P&ID interpretation | Driver’s License (Graduated) with Vehicle-Driver Safety (¾ ton)
Software Application: WellView | PM Suite | PARCView | SCADA | SAP | Spotfire | AbaData | Solcomp | CMG | Solid Edge | Microsoft Office Suite | Matlab | C++ | Civil 3D – AutoCAD | RapidPlan
Relay for Life; Canadian Cancer Society at University of Regina.
Helped organize events, functions and provide support to all affected by wildfire at City of Regina.
Volunteered at Midway Health Walk-in Clinic
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