Unit PC3: SELF MANAGEMENT IN THE ENGINEERING WORKPLACE
a. I manage my own time and processes
c. I complete tasks in a competent and timely manner
d. I demonstrate professional ethic
e. I cope with the changes
CE1.8, CE1.10, CE2.7, CE2.9, CE2.21, CE3.3
CE1.8, CE1.13, CE1.16, CE1.19, CE2.15, CE2.21-2.23, CE3.10-3.14
CE1.4, CE1.14, CE3.10
CE2.7, CE2.9, CE2.15
a. Communication with others is important part of my job as in technical and in management areas.
b. Description of methods and tools, used by me (PA discussions, etc.) can be found in CE 1
c. I develop and maintain trust and confidence of colleagues and clients
d. To enhance communication level I attended training courses
e. I work with my team focusing them on engineering aspects
CE1.2, CE1.4, CE1.16-1.17, CE2.7, CE2.9, CE2.18 CE2.21-2.23, CE3.11
CE1.4, CE1.13, CE1.16, CE1.18, CE2.7, CE2.9, CE2.18, CE2.22-2.23
a. Reviewing relevant information is an important part of my job
b. I continuously search for latest information about technical standards, statutory requirements and legislation
c. I permanently work and analyze different sources of technical and non-technical information
d. During project realisation I setup document turnover
e. Analysing information is a significant part of my daily activity
CE1.10, CE2.12, CE2.17, CE3.8
CE1.5-1.6, CE1.17-1.19, CE3.8
CE1.6, CE1.17, CE3.8
CE1.7, CE1.13, CE2.7, CE2.10,
a. I put priorities for different jobs to achieve personal, team and company’s goals and objectives
b. I prepare, monitor and control work plans
c. I plan available resources to achieve targets
CE1.8, CE2.6, CE2.22-2.23
CE1.4, CE1.6, CE1.8, CE1.16-1.17
a. I initiate opportunities to introduce changes developing the project
b. To realise the project, I work with wide range of my colleagues
e. I develop my projects in a manner long life exploitation for maximum customer‘s investments protection
CE1.4, CE1.8, CE1.16, CE2.18
CE2.9, CE2.14, CE3.10
a. I start every project from customer’s needs identification
b. I keep close contacts with technical personnel and administration during designing, planning, implementation and project commissioning
c. I demonstrate commercial awareness
e. I negotiate with my clients to ensure that available capability meets requirements
f. I provide customer’s and my management with progress reports
CE2.7, CE2.9, CE2.15, CE2.18, CE2.21-2.23, CE3.3, CE3.10-3.13
CE2.15, CE2.18, CE3.10-3.13
I graduated from Far Eastern State Academy of Railways, Khabarovsk, Russia, in June 1996. I took a complete course of studies in “Handling and Transport, Construction and Road-Building Machines and Equipment” and had been qualified as a “Mechanical Engineer”. I passed most of the subjects with the mark “Excellent” and was granted the Diploma Cum Laude. Having studied in the Academy for 5 years, I obtained wide range of knowledge in traditional engineering area – equipment construction with solid academic background in mathematics, physics, chemistry, theoretical mechanics, metal technology, strength of materials, metrology and all disciplines, necessary for machine designing. My Diploma project was Design Version of Portal Crane for Repairing Enterprises.
From August 1996 I started my employment history in Far Eastern State Academy of Railways, Khabarovsk, Russia. Academy location is 47, Seryshev Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, zip code 680000, phone +7 4212 355010. I worked in this academy on the position of teacher-trainer at the Department of “Construction Materials”, since August 1996 till May 1997, a bit less than 1 year.
All this time, my job was not very close to my qualification. I attended the lessons that my instructor held. I held a couple of practical seminars and workshops by myself, but my main task was to prepare for “independent” work. In other words, it was not a practical work “in field”, but a preparation for the future work.
This was quite an interesting job, but, unfortunately, financing of academic Institutes, like mine, was very poor and I decided to search for more challenging and better-paid job.
In April 1997 I came to know about the position of Sales Engineer in the representative office of Australian Company. The basic requirements were that the candidates must have degree of Mechanical Engineer and fluency in English. There were more than 5 candidates to this position, but finally I was selected to do this job.
I started my work in VooDoo People International Ltd. representative office on the position of Sales Engineer in May 1997. Company address is 4, Somewhere Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, zip code 680000, phone/fax +7 4212 xxx xxx. E-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
My basic duties at that time were the following: visiting clients, collecting technical data, making variety of technical calculations, plotting curves and diagrams, selecting equipment, preparation of quotations and technical documentation for the company customers.
Since 1999, when the Head of the representative office moved to Australia, I was appointed to the position of Senior Sales Engineer. On this position I was responsible for overall office performance, including sales and profit growth.
My job and duties at the current position described in details in the attached Duty Statement and Career Episodes 1-3. Below I’d like to mention four main components or principles, which I follow:
Business principle is all efforts concentration with the focus on customer’s satisfaction and securing profitability via efficient use of resources
By human component I mean recognising the individual employee as one of the most important assets in the company. The purpose is to get benefit from the total competence and capacity of the employers.
Organisational principle. It is about building project team and coordinating of responsibilities in the projects – “Who is doing what”.
Single Flow principle. It means integrating of all project efforts to reach project goals and successfully conclude the project - “What should be done and when it should be done”.
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