James Green

James Green
Studies at:
University of Cambridge
Location in:
Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Studies at:
University of Cambridge
Location in:
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Bio

Currently in my final year studying Manufacturing Engineering at Cambridge University.

Team Leader for Cambridge Formula Student; Full Blue Racing.

Have gained professional experience at EY, Investec Bank plc, Bloodhound SSC, Rolls Royce, Siemens, Princes Limited and McDonalds.

Passionate about motorsport, and the long term development of Formula 1.

James speaks

  • English
  • French
  • Welsh

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Education

2010 – 2014

University of Cambridge

Master of Engineering (MEng)
2003 – 2010

Stanwell School

Work, projects and internships

2010 – present

Manufacturing Engineering Student

University of Cambridge
  • MEng student specialising in Manufacturing Engineering
2014
(Feb – Feb)

Operations Improvement

Rolls-Royce
  • Operations improvement to increase experimental testing facility capacity
2013
(Nov – Nov)

New Product Introduction

Siemens
  • Investigated the integration of a new product into current production and assessing Discrete Event Simulation (DES) modelling.
2013
(Sep – Sep)

Student Placement

Princes Limited
  • Analysed the water consumption of the plant and highlighted areas for improvement.
2013
(Aug – Sep)

Summer Intern

EY
2012
(Jun – Sep)

Summer Intern

BLOODHOUND SSC Programme Ltd
  • Research Assistant CFD at Swansea University. Studied the aerodynamics of the Bloodhound SSC using computational modelling techniques to help understand the cars behaviour in certain conditions.
  • I continued my research and had the opportunity to undertake further studies on three main areas; turbulence/flux model comparison, rear wheel fairing optimization and an overall car study and analysis.
2012
(Aug – Aug)

Credit Decision & Analysis

Investec
  • 2 week placement within the Credit Decision & Analysis team. Gained experience and insight into the workings of the Credit process; attending a number of UK Credit Committee and Global Board Credit Committees. Prepared a Credit review of German banks and assisted on an Investec Asset Finance annual portfolio report.
2011
(Jun – Sep)

Summer Intern

BLOODHOUND SSC Programme Ltd
  • Research Assistant CFD at Swansea University. Studied the aerodynamics of the Bloodhound SSC using computational modelling techniques to help understand the cars behaviour in certain conditions.
  • My project was to study and obtain detailed information on the performance of the airbrakes and then to report back my findings to the company manufacturing them.
  • In order for head engineers to further investigate and analyse my findings, I produced several presentations. These results were reviewed at a team meeting at head office with Bloodhound management and correspondents of Rolls Royce; which I attended.
2008 – 2010

Crew Member

McDonald's Corporation
  • Responsible for organising and running the kitchen on weekends and summer holidays in one of Cardiff’s busiest branches.
  • As a crew trainer I was selected to train new employees.
  • I gained key skills in manager – staff relations and working practices, with the emphasis being on teamwork.

Work, projects and internships

2010 – present

Manufacturing Engineering Student

University of Cambridge
  • MEng student specialising in Manufacturing Engineering
2014
(Feb – Feb)

Operations Improvement

Rolls-Royce
  • Operations improvement to increase experimental testing facility capacity
2013
(Nov – Nov)

New Product Introduction

Siemens
  • Investigated the integration of a new product into current production and assessing Discrete Event Simulation (DES) modelling.
2013
(Sep – Sep)

Student Placement

Princes Limited
  • Analysed the water consumption of the plant and highlighted areas for improvement.
2013
(Aug – Sep)

Summer Intern

EY
2012
(Jun – Sep)

Summer Intern

BLOODHOUND SSC Programme Ltd
  • Research Assistant CFD at Swansea University. Studied the aerodynamics of the Bloodhound SSC using computational modelling techniques to help understand the cars behaviour in certain conditions.
  • I continued my research and had the opportunity to undertake further studies on three main areas; turbulence/flux model comparison, rear wheel fairing optimization and an overall car study and analysis.
2012
(Aug – Aug)

Credit Decision & Analysis

Investec
  • 2 week placement within the Credit Decision & Analysis team. Gained experience and insight into the workings of the Credit process; attending a number of UK Credit Committee and Global Board Credit Committees. Prepared a Credit review of German banks and assisted on an Investec Asset Finance annual portfolio report.
2011
(Jun – Sep)

Summer Intern

BLOODHOUND SSC Programme Ltd
  • Research Assistant CFD at Swansea University. Studied the aerodynamics of the Bloodhound SSC using computational modelling techniques to help understand the cars behaviour in certain conditions.
  • My project was to study and obtain detailed information on the performance of the airbrakes and then to report back my findings to the company manufacturing them.
  • In order for head engineers to further investigate and analyse my findings, I produced several presentations. These results were reviewed at a team meeting at head office with Bloodhound management and correspondents of Rolls Royce; which I attended.
2008 – 2010

Crew Member

McDonald's Corporation
  • Responsible for organising and running the kitchen on weekends and summer holidays in one of Cardiff’s busiest branches.
  • As a crew trainer I was selected to train new employees.
  • I gained key skills in manager – staff relations and working practices, with the emphasis being on teamwork.

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