Gregory T. Jones
1234 Oak Avenue
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
OBJECTIVE: To obtain an entry-level position as a Mechanical Engineer with ABC Technologies, allowing
me to utilize my education and internship experience while gaining valuable work
experience in a team oriented environment.
EDUCATION: Western Kentucky University – Bowling Green, Kentucky Anticipated May 2012
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Mathematics
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Skilled in Solid Works, Math CAD, Matlab, MS Office, PLC programming and machining
Knowledgeable in Mechanical Engineering Sciences: Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials,
Dynamic Systems Analysis, Vibratory Motion, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Fast learner and independent with strong leadership and critical thinking skills
Lord Corporation – Bowling Green, Kentucky Summer 2011
Created manufacturing standards that were adopted throughout the production facility
Aided in facility energy analysis
Designed fixtures to improve rubber flash material
Teamed with engineering department to test design of materials; documented findings
Bowling Green Motorsports – Bowling Green, Kentucky April 2009-June 2011
Provided maintenance and preparation of all racecars
Served as tire specialist and recorded all scale data
Worked in a team of 10+ crew members to prepare sheet metal work on all racecars and overall
upkeep of all radios used by each team member
ABC Hardware – Bowling Green, Kentucky Customer Service Associate May 2007-April 2009
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2009-Present
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), 2010-Present
References Available Upon Request
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