Paul joined Niagara College in 2006 as a full time professor in the Electrical Technology and Technician programs. Previous to teaching, Paul worked as a professional engineer in a variety of industries. During his time working in the steel industry, Paul was responsible for designing and installing an automated 50MW energy management system and automation improvements for steel fabrication lines, resulting in 30% improvement in processes uptime. Paul also worked with General Electric, designing and installing upgrades for injection mould machines, fridge foam processes, CSA testing processes, powdered enamel process, boiler house improvements for steam and compressed air production. In addition, he has designed the electrical power and controls for Marathon Sewage and Water Treatment Plant as well as Highland Creek Water Treatment Plant. Paul holds his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Management from McMaster University and his P.Eng as a Professional Engineer in Ontario.