Engineering art installations by an Iraqi engineer are showing up on resumes from people who have worked in engineering jobs in Iraq.
The resume, which was shared with TechCrunch by an engineering art student in Fallujah, Iraq, has a title that reads “Engineer”.
The resume has also been shared by a senior engineering art technician who worked in Baghdad.
The engineer has a degree in engineering from Baghdad University and has a Master of Arts in Engineering from the University of Alberta.
The profile is shared on LinkedIn, which lists the engineering art projects he has worked on as a project manager for a construction company and as a designer.
The engineering art installation is a series of drawings that show what it’s like to be an Iraqi art technician.
The artwork is designed to show what life would be like in a construction site with a car engine.
The project manager worked in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad as a senior engineer and engineer art technician, according to the LinkedIn profile.
The job title is also similar to the one listed for a senior architect in Falluja, Iraq.
He worked for a contractor called S.E.I.D., a company that was contracted to build an airport in Fallujya, Iraq before it was destroyed by a US-led coalition airstrike.
“The art installation was designed to help us understand the human cost of war,” the project manager told TechCrunch in a statement.
The art projects were completed as part of the Iraqi government’s bid to build a new airport.
A spokesperson for S.e.i.d. did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
“Our goal was to bring our art to life and bring a unique perspective to an important issue,” the spokesperson said in an email to TechCrunch.
“We were very lucky to work on a project that we believed in and believe is important.”
The university also has a webpage on the engineering work that was done, with an accompanying description that reads, “The project involves the installation of a car-engine installation, as well as an exploration of the construction of an Iraqi city.”
The engineering artwork projects were funded by the US government through the Iraqi National Guard.
The company that helped design the airport said in a Facebook post on Nov. 11 that it was “extremely thankful to be part of a project like this that brings the Iraqi people closer together”.
“This is a testament to the power of teamwork and collaboration between the Iraqi Armed Forces and the Iraqi People,” the company said.
“I am very proud to be able to work with them on this project, and look forward to continuing to build on the positive results from this project.”