Jp Wesley Obligado Rebong

Lead Engineer - Electrical Engineering Associate III at Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

JP Wesley Obligado Rebong, PE has work experience in various engineering and consulting roles. JP Wesley started their career in 2008 as an Architectural Scale Model Constructor at J&G models. From 2012 to 2014, they worked as a Student Research Assistant at the College of Engineering - Center for Environmental Research and Technology. During this time, they also served as a Computer Lab Consultant at UCR Student Computing Services. In 2013, they had a summer internship at Southern California Edison (SCE) in the Major Projects Organization, where they shadowed project managers and completed project documentation. In 2014, they joined SCE as an Engineer 1 in the Substation Projects Engineering department, overseeing engineering and design of minor substation projects. JP Wesley later transitioned to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power in 2015, initially working as an Electrical Engineering Associate I/II before being promoted to Lead Engineer - Electrical Engineering Associate III in 2021. Throughout their career, JP Wesley Obligado Rebong, PE has gained experience in electrical engineering, project management, drafting, and document management.

JP Wesley Obligado Rebong, PE has a strong educational background in the field of electrical engineering. The individual obtained a Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California from 2016 to 2019. Prior to that, they earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician from the University of California, Riverside, which they completed between 2010 and 2014.

There isn't specific information regarding the individual's earliest educational experiences. However, it is known that they attended Athénée Royal d'Etterbeek / Koninklijk Atheneum Etterbeek and Summit High School at some point.

JP Wesley Obligado Rebong has also obtained additional certifications to further enhance their professional qualifications. They became a Professional Engineer (PE) through the California Department of Consumer Affairs in December 2020. Earlier, in March 2017, they earned the Engineer In Training (EIT) certification from NCEES.

Links

Previous companies

University of California, Riverside logo

Timeline

  • Lead Engineer - Electrical Engineering Associate III

    August, 2021 - present

  • Electrical Engineering Associate I II

    December, 2015

View in org chart