Working for CERN, gave me opportunity to improve my skills not only in mechanical, but also in technical field and lot of manual works.
Technical Student (EN-STI-LP) (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Genève, GE – 16. September 2015
My next role:
I am looking for a role as mechanical engineer/researcher in an industrial environment where I will face challenging projects, using innovative technologies. I would like to develop my interests, increase my current skills and gain new experience.
I have been described as an energetic, reliable and fast a learning engineer. I am flexible and I have good communication skills. My educational background and current work have made me open minded and have given me the opportunity to gain practical knowledge, which is priceless for a young engineer.
I have gained experience as a Technical Student for 14 months and an Intern Engineer for 5 months at CERN. I must say it was the most spectacular, positive and valuable experience of my life. During this period, not only was I able to apply some of the theoretical knowledge acquired at the university and gain additional practical experience in mechanical engineering, but also to grow as a person in an internationally rich and very friendly environment.
Experiences throughout my career at CERN as well as within my lifetime, have assisted me in the growth and vision that individual hard work, accuracy, plus the pursuit of knowledge is valued above all others. These, I would say, are some of the most valuable attributes to have when working within the engineering field. My work has made me open minded, a fast learner and given me an aptitude for precision work. I always strive to do my job diligently and with commitment, knowing that my success is also the success of the team.