Zelalem's Online Resume
After my military service, I have been building my qualifications focusing on engineering construction and the power industry. I’ve passed the Engineering in Training (EIT) Exam, and became a member of IEEE to read about emerging technology in the energy and the electrical utilities. I’ve trained myself in SKM electrical analysis tool, AutoCad, MatLab, and Excel, to develop calculation tools to calculate, communicate and present facility and utility electrical loading. I have pursued hands on training at an electrician trade school to further my practical knowledge in the field, and understanding in many codes and standards of industry. My experience as a military engineering officer and as a systems engineering graduate student and more recently as a traction power system engineering will enable me to analyze engineering problems from a different perspective. I welcome the opportunity to prove the skills I have attained through hard work and diligence. I have a strong desire for energy management and I hope I will have the opportunity to be a valuable resource.
Selective Coordination is Mandatory for Vital Loads and Recommended for all other By NEC (NFPA 70e) 110.16 and 130.5.D