I would like to intoduce myself to any potential employers out there:
My name is Peter Satchwell, I am a 30 year old technical sales engineer currently working for a global pump company, although I am based in the UK.
I have techical background following an eight-year term served in the British military as a marine engineer, and have subsequently worked for two pump manufacturers.
I now seek an exciting and challenging career in the United Arab Emirates, which will enable all of my skills to be utilised, this will also enable me to return to a region of which I am familiar and very fond of.
Please find below an edited version of my CV.
Aug 2004-Present: SULZER PUMPS (UK) LTD, part of the Sulzer Corporation.
Position: UK Business Development Engineer
Invited to take up an aftermarket position to generate business for the Service Division of Sulzer Pumps (UK) Ltd. Core business - refurbishment of rotating machinery across all industries.
Preparation of tender documents for UK wide Service Contracts.
To provide technical support to Field Service Engineers and Internal Staff.
Project Management of various engineering schemes.
Achievements: Successful completion of industry recognized accreditation.
Influential in award of valuable MOD contracts.
Nov 00-Aug 04: STERLING FLUID SYSTEMS LTD, Sterling SPP Spares and Service Division
Position: Regional Sales Engineer
Representing the Spares and Service division of the company. To actively generate new business while maintaining a high level of professionalism within the customer base.
Key Account Management.
Achievements: Developing a previously unworked territory to give sustained returns.
Valuable experience gained on a variety of equipment within the Water and Process industries
Successful introduction of overhaul procedures for a previously un-experienced equipment type.
Apr 99-Nov 00: HADEN BUILDING MANAGEMENT LTD, Birmingham UK Engineering/Maintenance firm (part of BICC)
Position: Service Engineer
Attending sites of breakdown of various machinery in the Midlands area, maintaining a quick response and providing an effective service to all customeDealing with associated documentation to a high standard of accuracy.
Achievements: Building productive relationships with all customers.
Enjoying the challenge of working on my own initiative.
Successfully completing the transition from military to civilian life.
Jul 91-Apr 99: ROYAL NAVY
Position: Marine Engineer
Serving on two Type 22 Frigates, namely, HMS Cumberland (1992-1994) and HMS Chatham (1995-1998).
Working independently in all engineering departments on board ship, dealing with routine maintenance of marine engineering mechanical equipment and watch-keeping on auxiliary machinery and systems together with carrying out equipment repairs.
Initially spending eighteen weeks undergoing general naval training and subsequently joining the Marine Engineering Training School at HMS Sultan in Portsmouth to undertake a specialist engineering course involving twelve weeks of intensive training.
Achievements: Diagnosis of various systems and machinery including hydraulics, fuel oil, air and water systems, diesel generation, air conditioning, refrigeration, sewage treatment, gas turbines and gearing.
Working in unfamiliar environments and areas including Asia, Middle East, Far East, Africa and South Africa.
TRAINING & QUALIFICATIONS
2005 SULZER PUMPS (UK) LTD
Arabic Language Course Part. 1
2001-2004 STERLING FLUID SYSTEMS LTD
Professional Selling Skills
Professional Negotiating Skills
Confined Space Entry - CP1
1991-1999 ROYAL NAVY
1999 Drive and Survive Course
1994 Auxiliary Machinery Certificate
1993 Advanced Fire-Fighting Course
1991 Basic Fire-Fighting Course
1991 Basic Sea Safety Course
1991 MARINE ENGINEERING TRAINING SCHOOL
HMS SULTAN, PORTSMOUTH, UK
City & Guilds Engineering & Engineering Technology
1987-1991 BILTON HIGH SCHOOL, Rugby, Warwickshire, UK.
6 GCSEs: English Literature, English
Oral,Mathematics,Sciences, History, CDT Design &
Hobbies: Play Rugby Union for local club.
Tel: +44 (0) 1788 522998
Mobile: +44(0) 7970693220