Joshua Moran

Joshua Moran

Studies at:

Imperial College Business School

Location in:

Twickenham, United Kingdom

Joshua Moran

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Studies at:
Imperial College Business School
Location in:
Twickenham, United Kingdom

Bio

A high achieving, conscientious and talented mechanical engineer with a breadth and depth of experience in project engineering, mechanical design and engineering management.

Proven record of cost effective and on-time project management of multidisciplinary projects including civil construction ($1.4m reservoir project), pipelines (including HDDs and bores) and fabrication ($500k SS Pipebridge project). Held key roles in multidisciplinary major projects responsible for programing/scheduling ($50m major project and various others), environmental management and commissioning engineering. An unwavering dedication to Safety and Quality and experienced in its management at project and site level, as well as its integration into design and planning.

Proven technical ability and able to quickly master and decisively solve technical issues across a range of disciplines; especially experienced in mechanical engineering design in pipelines and heavy industry including feasibility studies, detailed engineering design and production of AutoCAD drawing packages.

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Work

2014 – present

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Bluewater Bio
2012 – 2014

Mechanical Engineer

GBM Minerals Engineering Consultants
  • Project and mechanical engineer on a number of projects including but not limited to a Copper project BFS in Saudi Arabia, Gold project FEED in Saudi Arabia, Phosphate project EPCM in Guinea Bissau, Site Mechanical Engineer at Tasiast Gold Mine in Mauritania and Phosphate Project BFS in the UK. Responsible for:
  • • Package engineering and management of suppliers
  • • Managing mechanical design; design of a wide range facilities including but not limited to comminution, materials handling, separation, pumping, hydrometallurgical and thermal processing.
  • • Cost engineering and financial model development
  • • Developing and issuing reports; including NI 43-101 standard.
  • • Developing and implementing practical solutions onsite in multicultural environments in remote locations; including site mechanical engineer at Tasiast Gold Mine in Mauritania.
2013 – 2014
(Jan – Feb)

Site Mechanical Engineer

Kinross Gold Corporation
  • Responsible for the implementation of improvement works (long term production and emergency works) from investigation to engineering and construction.
2011 – 2012
(Oct – Jan)

Mechanical Engineer

MWH Global
  • Contract position
  • Worked with Southern Water on the adoption of private sewers. My responsibilities included managing the response to major incidents on the newly adopted sewers and working as part of the team implementing and improving management systems developed to cope with the challenges of the newly adopted sewer network.
2005 – 2011

Member

Engineers Without Borders Australia
  • I was a key member of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) knowledge hub. As a part of this team I was involved remotely in various WASH projects and in country volunteer support.
  • I traveled to the Philippines from Dec 2008 to Jan 2009. I worked in the development of a number of projects with Gawad Kalinga and Habitat for Humanity in this time.
2009 – 2011

Project Engineer (Major Projects) on the Rosehill Recycled Water Project

Jemena
  • Experienced in all that is required to deliver a major innovative project through my key role throughout the project lifecycle across approval, design, construction and commissioning. Responsible for the implementation of designs across a range of engineering disciplines (mechanical, civil and environmental) due to my ability to quickly master new and complex technical issues. Delivered design packages through design consultant management and through CAD projects from concept to construction. Concurrently managed the delivery of multiple and varied projects in fabrication, civil and pipeline construction; including the responsibility for safety, contract management and negotiation, approvals and stakeholder management, quality, schedule, cost and environment. Implemented commissioning procedures and instigated practical solutions to commissioning issues.
2008 – 2009
(Feb – Jan)

Graduate Engineer - Logistics

Unilever
  • Key member of the demand planning team that determined the production for Unilever Australia. Responsible for the planning of production for a range of products for Unilever’s three largest customers.
2007
(Jul – Sep)

Research Assistant - Optical Fibre Technology Centre (OFTC)

University of Sydney
  • After completing my engineering thesis at the Optical Fibre Technology Centre I was employed as a research assistant. In this role I assisted in furthering parts of my thesis to allow the publishing of papers based on its results.
2006 – 2007
(Nov – Mar)

Student Mechanical Engineer

BHP billiton
  • I worked with the mechanical engineering manager to complete a number of projects related to the operation of the mine; including underground operation and in the workshop procedures. I also assisted in the construction and commissioning of the award winning WestVAMP coal waste methane plant.

Work

2014 – present

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Bluewater Bio
2012 – 2014

Mechanical Engineer

GBM Minerals Engineering Consultants
  • Project and mechanical engineer on a number of projects including but not limited to a Copper project BFS in Saudi Arabia, Gold project FEED in Saudi Arabia, Phosphate project EPCM in Guinea Bissau, Site Mechanical Engineer at Tasiast Gold Mine in Mauritania and Phosphate Project BFS in the UK. Responsible for:
  • • Package engineering and management of suppliers
  • • Managing mechanical design; design of a wide range facilities including but not limited to comminution, materials handling, separation, pumping, hydrometallurgical and thermal processing.
  • • Cost engineering and financial model development
  • • Developing and issuing reports; including NI 43-101 standard.
  • • Developing and implementing practical solutions onsite in multicultural environments in remote locations; including site mechanical engineer at Tasiast Gold Mine in Mauritania.
2013 – 2014
(Jan – Feb)

Site Mechanical Engineer

Kinross Gold Corporation
  • Responsible for the implementation of improvement works (long term production and emergency works) from investigation to engineering and construction.
2011 – 2012
(Oct – Jan)

Mechanical Engineer

MWH Global
  • Contract position
  • Worked with Southern Water on the adoption of private sewers. My responsibilities included managing the response to major incidents on the newly adopted sewers and working as part of the team implementing and improving management systems developed to cope with the challenges of the newly adopted sewer network.
2005 – 2011

Member

Engineers Without Borders Australia
  • I was a key member of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) knowledge hub. As a part of this team I was involved remotely in various WASH projects and in country volunteer support.
  • I traveled to the Philippines from Dec 2008 to Jan 2009. I worked in the development of a number of projects with Gawad Kalinga and Habitat for Humanity in this time.
2009 – 2011

Project Engineer (Major Projects) on the Rosehill Recycled Water Project

Jemena
  • Experienced in all that is required to deliver a major innovative project through my key role throughout the project lifecycle across approval, design, construction and commissioning. Responsible for the implementation of designs across a range of engineering disciplines (mechanical, civil and environmental) due to my ability to quickly master new and complex technical issues. Delivered design packages through design consultant management and through CAD projects from concept to construction. Concurrently managed the delivery of multiple and varied projects in fabrication, civil and pipeline construction; including the responsibility for safety, contract management and negotiation, approvals and stakeholder management, quality, schedule, cost and environment. Implemented commissioning procedures and instigated practical solutions to commissioning issues.
2008 – 2009
(Feb – Jan)

Graduate Engineer - Logistics

Unilever
  • Key member of the demand planning team that determined the production for Unilever Australia. Responsible for the planning of production for a range of products for Unilever’s three largest customers.
2007
(Jul – Sep)

Research Assistant - Optical Fibre Technology Centre (OFTC)

University of Sydney
  • After completing my engineering thesis at the Optical Fibre Technology Centre I was employed as a research assistant. In this role I assisted in furthering parts of my thesis to allow the publishing of papers based on its results.
2006 – 2007
(Nov – Mar)

Student Mechanical Engineer

BHP billiton
  • I worked with the mechanical engineering manager to complete a number of projects related to the operation of the mine; including underground operation and in the workshop procedures. I also assisted in the construction and commissioning of the award winning WestVAMP coal waste methane plant.

Education

2015 – 2016

Imperial College Business School

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
2009 – 2011

University of New South Wales

Grad Cert
2003 – 2008

University of Sydney

B Eng Mechanical Hons 1/ B Advanced Science (Mathematics, Physics)

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