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Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by sharifi, May 28, 2006.

  1. sharifi
    Joined: May 2006
    Posts: 13
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    Location: iran

    sharifi Junior Member

    Hi aii:

    I am naval architect and ready to working in UAE and other Gulf around contries.
    In below you can see my CV.

    Regards
    M. Sharifi

    Mobile: +989122515652
    Tel: +987632223611 & +987617331712
    Email: mhdsharifi@yahoo.com

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    Personal information:
    First Name: MOHAMMAD
    Last Name: SHARIFI
    Date of Birth: October1978
    Place of Birth: Qom
    Habitat: Bandar Abbas\ IRAN

    Education:
    Naval Architect from Amirkabi (Tehran Polytechnic) University

    Experiences:

    07-2001 to 09-2001:
    Amvage Boragh Company: Treemaran (wave pursier) project, basic design drawings & making model (Part time)

    08-2002 to 06-2003:
    Structure dept., design & engineering office, ISOICO Shipyard:
    Lunch barge 10000 tons:
    • Preparing work shop drawing for fore & aft block with approx. 1100 tons weight,
    • Structure outfitting and supper structure drawings and solving production problems.
    Tanker Barge5000 tons:
    • Preparing structure outfitting

    06-2003 up to 10-2004:
    Head of aux. machinery in machinery & piping dept., design & engineering office, ISOICO Shipyard:
    1200 ton Landing Craft Project:
    • Changing & improving P&I Diagrams, preparing machinery foundation Drawings
    5000 tons Tanker Barge:
    • Preparing machinery foundation drawings.
    2200 TEU Container Carrier Project:
    • Writing a book about 'Auxiliary Machineries in Engine Room' for introduction my colleague in design office and production dept. with Aux Machinery in Merchant Ships.
    • Checking and sending all drawing & information about engine room machineries, 2 month before schedule to production Dept.
    • Contact with suppliers and papering catalogs about engine room machineries.
    • Solving production problems.
    35000 tons Product Carrier Project:
    • Determine strategy of equipment installation in Engine Room. (Unit and Modules or deck To deck method.) Preparing sketch for foundation of machineries, and preparing starting drawing like: room no., Zoon no & … drawing.
    • Preparing 3D model for equipment in engine room with tribon software
    • Preparing 3D drawing for compressed air piping in deck with tribon software

    10-2004 up to 02-2005:
    Arvandan Company \ Tehran: Head of machinery and piping in design office:
    • Initial design and making Spec. for a 12.5m catamaran Hydrograph.
    • Initial design, making Spec. and design P&ID diagram for a 12.5m Multicat.
    • Prepare Stability booklet for 3 small general cargos(500ton) for Amvage Boragh Company with maxsurf software (Part Time)

    02-2005 up to Now:
    Coming back to isoico shipyard:
    Head of Machinery Group and also Outfitting Technical project coordinator for 35000 ton Product carrier in Design & Engineering Office.
    • Design foundation and installation Procedures for 35000ton Tanker Ship.



    Abilities in computer:
    • AutoCAD 2006
    • Mechanical desktop 6
    • Tribon (Outfitting Modules)
    • Maxsurf
    • Hull form
    • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point Microsoft Project, Access) & …

    Training Courses:
    • Marine Diesel Engines in ISOICO Shipyard
    • Auxiliary Machinery (for 2 Month) in Emden- Germany
    • Tribon Software-Outfitting Modules (for 1 Month) in New Castle- UK

    Skills and Abilities
    • Completely familiar with Initial design, Basic design and shop drawing.
    • Completely Familiar with Machinery in Engine Room & Machinery Sys. In Merchant Ships
    • Completely Familiar Wit DIN, IACS, BV, GL and NKK Standards.
     
  2. Pariah
    Joined: Apr 2006
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    Pariah New Member

    Ready to..

    Ready to join you? joint you?
    Smoke a joint with you?
    You're hired!
     
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