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Unlock Your career: CV/LinkedIn workshop

Event organised by ICE

Date
05 December 2023
Time
12:30 - 13:30 GMT
Location
Online

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Overview

Securing an internship or graduate job post-college can be intimidating. To address this concern, this informal event has been organised to explore practical strategies for enhancing your CV and LinkedIn profile to impress potential employers.

This workshop, conducted by experienced civil engineers in the Republic of Ireland, aims to guide you based on their own experiences. During the event, participants will be divided into breakout rooms, allowing students to ask questions to a practicing civil engineer. To make the most of this session, please bring your updated CV and prepare some questions in advance.

This event is facilitated by the Early Careers Network of the Republic of Ireland and is tailored for current civil engineering students in the country.

Speakers

Benjamin Delmond

Benjamin Delmond

Jacobs

civil engineer

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Benjamin Delmond

Benjamin Delmond is a civil engineer working for Jacobs, with a diverse career in the water industry. Initially focusing on drainage design, he worked on prominent projects such as the MetroLink and BusConnects.

Since then, he has been working on Europe's largest coastal erosion initiative and devising strategic plans for Irish Water.

Actively involved with the ICE, he previously held the position of President Future Leader and now chairs the ECNet in Ireland, organising events and educational sessions for early careers engineers.

Benjamin's research in sustainable pollution removal recently earned him the Pollution Mitigation of the Year Award.

Mumo Mutulili

Mumo Mutulili

Mott MacDonald

Senior Civil Engineer

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Mumo Mutulili

Mumo graduated from University of Leeds in 2017 with an MEng (Hons) degree in civil and structural engineering.

She has worked for 6 years in the engineering design and management of water and wastewater works on infrastructure projects for both water and sewerage in rural and urban municipal schemes as well as site supervision for the construction of a Water Supply and Sewerage Project.

Mumo is currently working for Mott MacDonald in a technical assurance services role on an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) Programme. The scheme is to undertake a number of water and wastewater projects delivered through the ECI target cost contracts where the contractor was involved at an early stage in the design

Niall Gibbons

Niall Gibbons

Health Service Executive (HSE)

Energy Officer

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Niall Gibbons

Niall is an energy officer for the Health Service Executive (HSE). Niall is also a registered energy auditor with the SEAI, in which he has conducted energy audits across a range of SME sites.

Niall has work experience in civil engineering, energy and hydrology; and is passionate about providing solutions to reduce the impact of climate change.

When Niall is not working on providing engineering solutions, he likes to play rugby, Gaelic football and golf.

Antonio Ortin Leon

Antonio Ortin Leon

Jacobs

Civil Engineer

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Antonio Ortin Leon

Antonio is a water civil engineer. He has been working in Spain, his home country, for four years, and recently moved to Ireland at the beginning of 2023.

He is currently working at Jacobs Engineering, where he has had the opportunity to participate in various projects, primarily in flood risk management, but also in other aspects related to water and environmental engineering.

When Antonio moved to Ireland, he joined the ICE to begin his journey towards Chartership.

He is a member of the Early Careers Committee, where he collaborates on promoting ICE, helps organising activities, and encourages students and young professionals to join the ICE

Yash Rastogi

Yash Rastogi

Senior Project Engineer

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Yash Rastogi

Yash graduated with a B.Tech (Honours) in Civil Engineering from Lovely Professional University, India in 2015 and progressed to a senior project engineer role in FTC Infrastructure Team.

He is currently working across a broad range of major/minor infrastructure projects, including highways widening / improvement projects, flood relief and active travel.

He undertook several roles which have included the development of safe and sustainable designs from tender to detailed design stage.

He managed projects, people, and budgets on a variety of different schemes and has worked with both global and multi-disciplinary design teams in Ireland, the UK, Sweden, and India.

Rashi Tiwari

Rashi Tiwari

civil engineer

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Rashi Tiwari

Rashi, a civil engineer with seven years of experience, currently works at Mott Macdonald.

She specialises in a wide range of projects, including highways and road improvement, active travel initiatives, and rail alignments. Her expertise encompasses geometry, junction design, vehicle restraint systems, and option selection.

Rashi is dedicated to sustainable design and construction practices, and she has successfully overseen projects such as the Mungret LIHAF project in Ireland and the A30 project in the UK.

She excels in managing teams, budget allocation, and adapting to changes in design and scope.

Rashi has a proven track record of leading multidisciplinary teams and mentoring junior staff, while also demonstrating extensive knowledge of BIM principles at maturity Level 2.

Rose Walton

Rose Walton

Jacobs

graduate water engineer

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Rose Walton

Rose studied general science in Trinity College for two years and then specified in Environmental Science in 3rd and 4th year. She really enjoyed hydrology in 3rd year and was lucky enough to get her hydrology lecturer as thesis supervisor in 4th year. She then carried out a year-long master’s in Water, Waste and Environmental Engineering at UCD.

Rose then started working in Jacobs as a graduate water engineer in 2022 and has been there just over a year. Her favourite project has been designing sustainable drainage systems for a new road. This contains a nice blend of hydrology, environment and engineering.

Sumana Jain

Sumana Jain

graduate civil engineer

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Sumana Jain

Sumana recently graduated from TUS with a BSc Honours in Civil Engineering Management.

She gained practical experience as a placement site engineer with Flynn MC, where she contributed to the construction of an extension for Ornua's Kerrygold facility in Mitchelstown.

Following her graduation, Sumana joined AECOM in May 2023 as a graduate civil engineer. Her work primarily involves aiding the design aspects of large commercial projects in Ireland, including the Boliden-Tara Mines Pipeline and NDFA multiple school projects.

Additionally, she is currently engaged in the second phase of the design process for a 54 km potable water pipeline in Scotland for Scottish Water.

For more information please contact:

Tom Compton

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