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Nicolas OLIVIER, Ing. – CONTACTS: Cell: (514) 808-5938 - Home Phone: (514) 526-5700; firstname.lastname@example.org
NICOLAS OLIVIER, Ing.
Cell: (514) 808-5938
CAREER OBJECTIVES AND MOTIVATIONS
Mechanical Engineer & Project Manager
Currently researching new challenges and opportunities. Excellent experience in the aeronautic industry, product
development and improvement, and high value added product manufacturing. I have a strong mindset focussed on
always delivering high quality to my managers and our external clients. Innovation in design, development and
processes is fundamental in improving efficiency and quality of outputs in todays’ highly competitive environment.
International Business and Travel
Capable of managing Stress
Win-Win Negotiation with major clients
CAD Design (CATIA);
MS Project (2008 - 2015);
MS Office Suite;
Adobe Acrobat Pro;
Energetic and goal oriented, team player and team builder, strong technical aptitudes, excellent management skills.
Strong interest in new manufacturing methods such as additive manufacturing and composites such as
advanced/automated fiber placement and automated layups. Oriented on efficiency, cost reduction, process mapping
and control. Proud of my achievements in both work and sports. In both situations, the additional effort put forward to
overcome adversity always brings rewards. I’m always standing up to accept a challenge. I practice outdoor activities
such as skiing, biking, hiking and running. I am also a triathlete.
Strengths: Bilingual/ Quality mindset/ Analytical and structured/ Strong team player and leader/recognized as an
Initiator of changes/Excellent interpersonal skills/Goal oriented/Autonomous
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND EXPERIENCES
Héroux-Devtek, Landing gear division, Engineering Division
Very conscious of profitability, every decision is made considering efficiency and company interest for short, mid and long term.
Program Lead, Landing Gear and Landing Gear Control System Development. December 2015
In charge of recovering a completely out of control program; rebaseline the budget and activities; recover existing work; establish
efficiency tracking tools and publish program metrics; Reduce company cost exposure in 90 days.
Project engineer, Jr. Eng. July 2010
Ensure compliance to technical requirements in development of several military and civilian programs by tracking of the activities,
deadlines, technical documentation review and coordination of internal resources and external suppliers.
Nicolas OLIVIER, Ing. – CONTACTS: Mobile: (514) 808-5938 - Home: (514) 526-5700; email@example.com
Data manager & Project Deputy December 2008
Management of suppliers; Redaction of technical specification and Statement of Work with end customer, internal processes and
industry standard requirement flow down; Redaction of monthly and quarterly progress report; Review and tracking of supplier
progress. -Coordination of conceptual design activities and product integration.
Bell Helicopter Textron, Mirabel May 2008 – December 2008
Design of structural repair schemes for aircrafts in the field. Improved team spirit and employee involvement.
École de Technologie Supérieure, Montréal – 2008: Bachelor in Mechanical engineering; Specialization: Aeronautics
École Nationale d’Aérotechnique, Saint-Hubert - 2004: Diploma in aircraft maintenance
Centre Québécois de Formation Aéronautique, Saguenay - 2001: Pilot training – Private License single engines planes &
Ganotec (Kiewit Inc.), Trois-Rivières and Montreal 2007
Cost assessment for construction projects: Evaluation of hydraulic and pneumatic piping schematics, electrical
schematics, industrial fire protection system, structure, isolation and ventilation.
Pratt & Whitney Canada, R&D Saint-Hubert 2006-2007
Project engineering department: Developped and consolidated report on ''Quality Notifications'' cycle time Identified
and implemented improvement opportunities; ''QN'' cycle time reduced from 10 to 6 days.
Paccar of Canada, Sainte-Thérèse Plant 2005
Department: Quality and continuous improvement: Improved efficiency of ''3-10'' projects; Management of ''Poka-Yoke''
(Assembly line Fool-Proofing suggestion, evaluation and implementation); Performed assembly line Value Stream
Mapping; helped implementing some 5S.
References are available upon request
Program Manger & Project Engineer, Eng. Mec.
Mobile: (514) 808-5938
Home: (514) 526-5700