Sample Wind Engineer Resume

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Edward Brown
6901 West Main Street,
Castle Rock, WA,
98611
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An accomplished engineer who is very used to working in fast-paced environments; has a broad technical expertise coupled with determination for understanding utility and small-scale applications concerning wind energy technologies; has spent years of study in research and analysis, testing and management of wind energy systems; has been involved in a wide variety of different assignments which covered personnel management and job assignments monitoring for projects requiring repair and maintenance of wind power facilities; has experience in review and evaluation of objectives to ensure timely delivery of work assigned; always acted as the lead role in coordinating concerns with onsite technical personnel.

Professional Experience:

Wind Power Project Engineer October 2000 – Present
Air Worldwide, Boston, MA
Responsibilities:

  • Interacted directly with clients regarding methods and results to identify additional services that can be provided.
  • Reviewed and assessed technical risks in commercial proposals.
  • Evaluated existing operating procedures and proposed wind power facilities improvements.
  • Evaluated project feasibilities from a variety of perspective.
  • Effectively communicated the impact of other environmental conditions, terrain, location, wind direction, heat, atmosphere and mapping to the efficiency of wind power facilities.
  • Coordinated technical input to other team members that they can use for their respective reports.

Wind Turbine Aerodynamics Engineer August 1996 – August 2000
Horizon Wind Energy, Ellsworth, IL
Responsibilities:

  • Executed programs for testing to validate new designs and explore new technology solutions.
  • Interacted with tool developers to provide sufficient data for next-generation tool development.
  • Assessed design risks and established modification plans for new system concepts.
  • Interacted with other wind system engineers to provide inputs for new wind turbine designs.
  • Implemented accepted analytical and design processes.

Staff Electrical Engineer Wind Energy February 1994 – July 1996
Design Staff, Inc., Bridgeport, CT
Responsibilities:

  • Interacted directly with clients regarding methods and results to identify additional services that can be provided.
  • Reviewed and assessed technical risks in commercial proposals.
  • Evaluated existing operating procedures and proposed wind power facilities improvements.
  • Evaluated project feasibilities from a variety of perspective.
  • Effectively communicated the impact of other environmental conditions, terrain, location, wind direction, heat, atmosphere and mapping to the efficiency of wind power facilities.
  • Coordinated technical input to other team members that they can use for their respective reports.

Wind Turbine Aerodynamics Engineer August 1996 – August 2000
Horizon Wind Energy, Ellsworth, IL

Education

1996-1998 Masters Degree in Wind Engineering
Rockefeller University, NY
1994-1996BS Civil Engineering
University of Rochester, NY

Skills:

  • Solid engineering professional practice
  • Outstanding technical and research skills
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Extensive experience in the renewable energy sector
  • Appropriate experience in design, contract and tender preparation

Awards and Affiliations
Winds Effect Committee, Committee Head
Wind Engineering Society, Member

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