Entry Level Engineer Technologist

Description

Daniel Djeumo                                                                                             kendjeum@gmail.com

Desired Industry: Oil and Gas                                                                                         832-490-0706

Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Technician                                                              French Bilingual

Type of Position: Full-Time/Internship                                 Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%  

 

 

Objective: Start a new career as an Engineer Technologist in the Oil and Gas industry to mainly learn necessary hard skills and become an expert specialized in a specific domain.

Education: Associate degree in Petroleum Engineering Technology, HCC Northeast Energy Institute

Graduation – May 2017

Soft Skills:

  1. Communication – Sharp listening skills
  2. Multitasking - Handling several tasks simultaneously calmly and efficiently
  3. Prioritizing - operate with grace under fire with many requests coming in on the fly
  4. Interpersonal skills - ability to maintain good relationships with employees
  5. Initiative and problem-solving abilities - taking on tasks beyond the conventional role

 

Technical Skills:

  1. Analyze petroleum data analysis associated with exploration and production, well completions and facilities
  2. computer skills: ability to work with Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Express, Windows Share Folders.
  3. Mathematics and Numeracy skills: accounting, manufacturing, engineering, logistics
  4. Data Analysis: collect, analyze, and present data for any purpose working with a range of software

School Group Projects

Field trip at SPL: Learned about the hydrocarbon data integrity from the wellhead to the point of sale. Practiced how to decompose the hydrocarbon into different elements such as ethane, methane. The most interesting part was to learn how to determine the BUT value of samples taken from a separator knowing how to process with the orifice method measurement

 

Presentation:

UV-B resistance 8 (UVR8): plants are sensitive to ultraviolet from the sun which alters the DNA of the plant during the protein mutation and thus can deteriorate the capacity of the plant at providing either enough or consistent amount of energy but the UVR8 is the solution

Professional Membership:

Professional Membership:

                Society of Petroleum Engineering (SPE): We organize meetings and participate in volunteering opportunities in the Houston community such as serving food in shelters (Beacon)

 

Employment

TNT-FEDEX - Houston TX 2013 to Present                                Logistic and Operation Management

Summary: Coordinating Customs process, logistics, and customer service activities.

Assistant Logistic and operational Team leader in Canadian Team           October 2013 - Present

Location
Houston
Experience

School Group Projects

Field trip at SPL: Learned about the hydrocarbon data integrity from the wellhead to the point of sale. Practiced how to decompose the hydrocarbon into different elements such as ethane, methane. The most interesting part was to learn how to determine the BUT value of samples taken from a separator knowing how to process with the orifice method measurement

Presentation:

UV-B resistance 8 (UVR8): plants are sensitive to ultraviolet from the sun which alters the DNA of the plant during the protein mutation and thus can deteriorate the capacity of the plant at providing either enough or consistent amount of energy but the UVR8 is the solution

Awards and Certifications

Dean List

Skills

Soft Skills:
1.Communication​​ – Sharp listening skills
2.Multitasking - Handling several tasks simultaneously calmly and efficiently
3.Prioritizing - operate with grace under fire with many requests coming in on the fly
4.Interpersonal skills - ability to maintain good relationships with employees
5.Initiative and problem-solving abilities - taking on tasks beyond the conventional role

Technical Skills:
1.Analyze petroleum data analysis associated with exploration and production, well completions and facilities
2.computer skills: ability to work with Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Express, Windows Share Folders.
3.Mathematics and Numeracy skills: accounting, manufacturing, engineering, logistics
4.Data Analysis: collect, analyze, and present data for any purpose working with a range of software

Education

Associate degree in Petroleum Engineering Technology: School - Houston Community College

Bachelor in Science: University of Texas at Arlington

Contact Information