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Vibration Analysis Engineer Resume

Professional Experience

Vibration Analysis Engineer Employee: From 10/2003 till 3/2017

Job Responsibilities

Predictive maintenance for rotating equipment to keep it in high efficiency and good condition by vibration analysis technology csi condition monitoring technology benefits of vibration analysis technology reducing spare parts consumption keeping equipment in high efficiency prevent any sudden failure saving energy and costs by corrective maintenance as balancing; Alignment soft foot checking failure analysis to avoid repeated occur bore scope inspections for several rotating machines such as gas turbine, centrifugal compressors, expanders, pumps; gearboxes and reciprocating compressors commissioning and starting up of new rotating equipments.

Education

B.Sc. Engineering; Mechanical Engineering Section; Engineering Faculty, Clorado University; 7/2000.

Career / Resume Objective:

Resuming my career as - Vibration Analysis Engineer - in a company where I can express my skills and experience.

Vibration Analysis Engineer Cover Letter

Dear Mr. Wells,

I'm submitting a letter to express my strong desire to be considered for the position of "vibration analysis engineer" being offered by Segma Int. I fully believe I'm qualified to fill the position and make great contributions to encourage the growth of organization.


A brief review of my career working experience will reveal what I can contribute to Segma Int:

I have 36 years old, finished B.Sc engineering from the faculty of engineering, got a diploma in equipment design and maintenance, finished training as vibration analysis level 1 2, with a total working experience of 13 to 14 years, summarized as: shift eng for one year, project engineer for one year, maintenance eng for one year, and from 11 years started working as vibration analysis engineer
I'm convinced that I can provide you with the detailed information needed for you to see what positive contributions I could make if given the chance to come in for an interview.

At your earliest convenience please contact me at 323.937.3931, or send me an email.


Sincerely,
Flori Rothenberg

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