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GANIYU HUSSEINI.

263 Forrest street Jersey City NJ 07304


2012333493. ghf8e3ac@westpost.net.
ENGINEER: Energy and Environmental Management.
Accomplished professional with comprehensive engineering background and proven a
pproach to leading team of technicians and mechanics in all aspects of day-to-da
y operations. Ability to develop and implement strategies to address major issue
s in energy regulations policies and resource related to the energy industry. S
upervise repair and installation of various facility chains, including preventiv
e maintenance, part replacement and new part installations. Achieve optimal util
ization of human and financial resources through proactive budgeting, policy and
procedure development, and resource allocation. Adept at evaluating industry tr
ends and using findings toward designing and executing strategies to increase ov
erall efficiency. Effectively train, mentor and motivate staff members including
engineers, mechanics and electricians. Define and implement targeted action pla
ns to maximize operational productivity, efficiency and profitability. Utilize s
uperior oral and written communication skills to interact with broad populations
including management, sales representatives and vendors.
EDUCATION.
MSc. Energy & Environmental Engineering, N.Y Institute of Tech. Projected grad 1
2/2010.
BA. Organizational Management & Marketing Felician College, 2009
Higher National Diploma in Mechanical engineering, Tamale Polytechnic, 2002
Teachers certificate in Technical Education, Bagabaga Teacher's Training College
, 2001.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
well -organized with strong analytical, follow up and ability to multi-task
Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills.
Understanding of energy flows, conservation technologies, and rate structures
Highly skilled in technical and historical research on a variety of environmenta
l issues
Generating environmental impact profiles for various industrial processes
Familiarity with causes of energy waste and practical solutions.
EMPLOYMENTS.
MULLIGAN SECURITY CORPORATION
04/2005 - Present - Security Specialist, Goldman Sachs Corporate facility, Jerse
y City NJ
Assisted to visit various locations to perform in-depth risk assessments as well
as review and analyze day-to-day health and safety issues for various projects,
with extensive application of OSHA 29-CFR-1926, 29-CFR-1910, and RCRA guideline
s on a daily basis. Liaised between construction professional, including electri
cal mechanical, civil, and general industry including scaffolding and insulation
contractors. Actively participated in daily shutdown meetings and interpreted a
pplicability of different products and management systems for ensuring ongoing h
ealth and safety issues. Worked with management, vendors and staff to analyze re
quirements and specifications for various projects.
ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY.
09/2009 - 09/2010; Intern (Assistant Facilities Manager)
Operated and repaired building's lighting, mechanical, and plumbing and control
components.
Maintained proper operation during seasonal changes and recalibrated controls ba
sed upon
Seasonal conditions to ensure energy efficient operation. Performed tile repair
and replaced/repaired
Doors, fountains, light fixtures and signs. Executed minor plumbing, electrical
and carpentry repairs
And handled preventative maintenance. Communicated information and instructions
with
Management, support staff and guests.
NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
June 2008- 09/2009, Intern (Assistant to the chief Marine Engineer) Served as an
integral team member in providing safe mooring and loading of ships and barges.
Liaised between other departments to manage areas of operation to ensure qualit
y assurance, and that products met required specifications, including vessel ope
rations, product contaminations, product sampling, and testing both during and a
fter loading for quality assurance. Managed daily work scope, cleared permits, t
racked cost, and advised on day-to-day decisions related to any changes to execu
tion plan. Maintained a comprehensive understanding of MSDS data, including perf
orming BST and Life Safety observations.
TAMALE POLYTECHNIC, TAMALE, GHANA (2003-2004) FLUID MECHANICS/ENGINEERING MATHEM
ATICS INSTRUCTOR. Taught fluid mechanics and engineering mathematics to adults,
employed an eclectic approach to teaching including implementation of direct met
hod and the consulting-learning approach, prepare lessons, assignments, instruc
tional materials to meet the divest need of students.
TEMA OIL REFINERY, TEMA, GHANA (2002-2003) FIELD ENGINEER. Conduct physical insp
ections requiring climbing up, crawling through and walking on pressure vessels,
storage tanks and pippin at the process plant or in fabrication shops.
Assess equipment condition, issue repair recommendations, verify suitable compl
etion of the repairs, and forecast future repairs or replacement of equipment du
ring plant turnarounds.
Conduct shop inspections of equipment occur during all stages of fabrication to
ensure compliance to UOP Standard Specifications, customer requirements, enginee
ring specifications and all applicable industry codes.
Write inspection summary reports using UOPs computer generated forms on a suppl
ied laptop computer.
Deliver effective presentation of results to the customer at meetings is freque
ntly required.
40 HOUR OSHA, GIS SKILSS, MS. WORD, EXCELL AND POWER POINT.
Open for relocation and travel.