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Brooks Atley, E.I.T.

Semper Ad Meliora
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, Edmonton, AB, Canada SEP 2012 – APR 2017
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Option – Cooperative Program

Work Experience
EXCITON TECHNOLOGIES INC., Edmonton, AB, Canada MAY 2017 – AUG 2018
Biomechanical Engineer
▪ Additional training and responsibilities including project management and maintenance management
▪ Creative support and management of medical device manufacturing, research, design, and process development
▪ Configuration and prototyping of medical devices and their processes for production, such as coating applications
▪ Scaling pilot batch processes to commercial volumes and analysing effectiveness for optimal improvement
▪ Design, fabrication, and commissioning of automation equipment, including electrical and mechanical design
▪ Control panel design and coding for control systems relying on key calculations and design parameters
▪ Performed design analysis (FEA/CFD) as well as control system (PLC/PID) coding, tuning, and optimization
▪ Experimental design and testing of new R&D process improvements, such as pumps, nozzles, controls etc.
▪ Full lifecycle validation of equipment, software, and processes inside a GMP/ ISO 13485 compliant environment
▪ Progressively spearheaded regulatory compliance, process optimisation, and equipment improvement operations
▪ Managed approval, implementation, and improvements of all maintenance and calibrations for equipment
▪ Leading in-house failure analysis resulting in corrective and preventive actions for processes or equipment
▪ Identifying and independently implementing direct and indirect solutions for 50%+ reductions of COGS

EXCITON TECHNOLOGIES INC., Edmonton, AB, Canada SEP 2016 – MAY 2017
Mechanical Engineering Co-op
▪ Independently designed fully automated manufacturing equipment for medical use
▪ Managed collaborations, selections, and lead times with part, supply, and manufacturing vendors
▪ Active participation in product design and process development with respect to a GMP environment
▪ Actively participated in weekly meetings to consult on the mechanical needs of the company
▪ Effectively collaborated with teams in manufacturing and R&D sectors to optimise company abilities
▪ Engaged in regulatory agency approval processes such as FDA medical device approval

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, Edmonton, AB, Canada MAY 2016 – AUG 2016

Mechanical Design Co-op
▪ Became proficient in designing complex mechanical automation systems with CATIA V5 CAD
▪ Concisely performed mechanical calculations for design and collaborative work on machine design
▪ Actively coordinated with vendors to select appropriate parts and manage lead times for project management
▪ Effectively collaborated with industry professionals and consultants to verify design choices and operation
▪ Generated precise 3D models and performed finite element analysis (FEA) to verify design efficiency
▪ Created drawings, renders, and presentations of developing work for outside interest
▪ Participated as team design consultant for less experienced co-op students to maximize team efforts

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Estimator-Engineer Co-op
▪ Scheduling and tracking of project preservation and maintenance including equipment
▪ Generating and reviewing torque sheets and hydro test packages for use in field and turnover
▪ Auditing fabrication and project turnovers, material receiving reports (MRR), and material test reports (MTR)
▪ Review and submittal of cost change requests, estimates, and quality documents
▪ Effectively managed all technical documents in the field
▪ Actively participated in inspection, quality, testing, and safety walk-downs
▪ Member of the Health & Safety Committee
▪ Responsible for review, mark up, and distribution of IFC drawings, cut sheets, spool drawings, subcontractor
documents, and requests for information (RFI)

Production Engineer
▪ Constructively followed lean manufacturing principles to aid increased productivity and efficiency
▪ Cooperatively worked as part of a team to problem solve quality control and productivity issues
▪ Attentively managed OHS, training, maintenance, and organizational programs to improve production
▪ Independently worked to set standards, create process documentation, and conduct time studies
▪ Meticulously inspected safety throughout the plant to preventatively maintain a safe work environment

CAMPUS INTERCEPT, Toronto, ON, Canada AUG 2013 – APR 2014

Microsoft Campus Representative (Details available at

STAPLES CANADA, Edmonton, AB, Canada AUG 2010 – APR 2014

Sales Area Representative (Details available at

Additional Experience
➢Certifications: ▪ Registered E.I.T. (APEGA)
▪ Class 5 Driver’s License and a reliable, insured vehicle
▪ WHMIS, CSTS, and PROSERVE certified
▪ IPEIA Oil and Gas Pipeline Codes Course
➢Computer Skills: ▪ Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Project, Visual Studio
▪ Computation: MatLab, Maple, MathCAD, Wolfram
▪ CAD & Simulation: SolidWorks, CATIA V5, ANSYS, Google Sketchup, AutoCAD, Inventor
▪ Programming Languages: Arduino, C++, C#, HTML, JAVA, python
➢Applied Standards: ▪ ISO: 9001, 13485
▪ ASME: B31.3
➢Volunteer Activities: ▪ Mechanical Engineering Club: President (2015 – 2017); VP Social (2013 – 2015)
▪ Member of the U of A Ski Club (2013 – 2017)
▪ High school math tutor (2011 – 2013)
▪ United Way Tools for School (2010 – 2011)
➢Recreation: ▪ Activities: foosball, pool, golf, biking, skiing, hiking, travelling, and more
▪ Hobbies: numerous DIY projects and pursuits involving photography, graphic arts, coding,
web design, welding, and more
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