Dallan B. Pope
303 Sweet Ave. Apt #5, Moscow Idaho, 83843
Phone: (208)885-6821 – Email: email@example.com
My goal is to continue my career with a dynamic organization where I can
expand my engineering capabilities, while simultaneously benefiting the
company with my knowledge and experiences.
2002 University of Idaho – Moscow, Idaho
Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Graduation date – Spring 2002
Senior Design project – My team worked with Boeing to increase the
efficiency and safety of duct production at their Spokane facility. This
system incorporated lean manufacturing techniques to increase the
productivity of their plant.
Senior Lab project - The objective of this project was to investigate the
feasibility of using a digital CCD (Charge Coupled Device) camera
along with current image filtering software to accurately detect the
edge of a forest trail and calculate a heading of the trail such that an
autonomous vehicle may use the information to aid in navigation.
1997 North Idaho College – Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Associates of Science degree
Graduation date – Spring 1997
2001 Siverson Design and Manufacturing - Post Falls, Idaho
Worked with SolidWorks and a CNC mill to aid in the design and
manufacturing of several high precision components. I was also
involved with the prototyping of several parts.
1994 - Present Energy Products of Idaho - Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Junior Engineer – Worked under the supervision of several
professional engineers to complete tasks such as equipment design,
mass and energy balances, flow sheets, equipment specifications, and
technology research. I also traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin to aid in
the start-up of a Fluidized Bed Combustion System.
Drafting – Worked as a design draftsman, using AutoCAD version 12
and 14. Designed equipment and layouts of Waste-to-Energy
Systems, which included sales drawings, structural, ducting,
fabrication, installation, and process flow layouts.
Webmaster – Constructed a web page for EPI that highlights the
company’s technology and capabilities. The web site can be found at
Buying – Bought steel and equipment, was in charge of inventory
control, and communicated with venders on issues such as pricing and
Shipping and Receiving – Was in charge of loading and unloading
trucks, including shipments of entire fluid bed combustion systems.
Also responsible for scheduling shipments to meet deadlines, leading
teams to load trucks, operation of a 20-ton hydraulic crane, forklift
operation, and delivery of products.
Fabrication – Gained experience with techniques of welding, steel
forming, steel cutting, equipment handling, carpentry, refractory
casting, and painting.
Earned 99% of my college expenses.
Supported a family of four throughout my college career.
Commuted 90+ miles to attend the University of Idaho for 2 ½ years.
Assisted with the design of several state-of-the-art fluidized bed
combustion and gasification systems.
Received an award for Outstanding Technical Presentation given on
Lean Manufacturing at the 2002 University of Idaho Engineering
Received an award for my senior design project at the 2002 University
of Idaho Engineering Expo.
Volunteered in fundraisers for Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
Engineering Modeling –SolidWorks, ProE, AutoCAD
FEA - Grape
Graphics Design – Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia
Office Applications – Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point: Corel
WordPerfect, Quatro Pro, and Presentations.
Web Site Design – Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Flash, html encoding.
References – Available upon request