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David R.

McLellan
7 Campbell Buildings, 20 Dunkeld Road. Perth. PH 5RF
Email: drmclellan007@Yahoo.co.uk Telephone: 07535560383
Personal Statement
I am a dedicated highly qualified Mechanical Engineer, who is both
motivated and hard working. I am forward thinking, enthusiastic and
ambitious in everything I do, with a sincere desire to succeed in life.
Working individually, or as part of a team, I have an appetite for
problem solving, and a flair for engineering design solutions. I
understand and appreciate the importance of strict deadlines.
Education
2004 – 2008
University of Dundee; BEng (Hons) Mechanical
Engineering (class 2:2)
Relevant Subjects studied in years 3 & 4:
• Solid Mechanics and Materials.
• Robotics and Mechatronics.
• Fluid Mechanics and Dynamics.
• Engineering Mathematics.
Throughout my time at university, I managed to pass each one of my exams
at the first attempt.

1996-2001 Perth Grammar School

1999 8 Standard Grades including Maths (1), English (1) and Physics
(2)
2000 Highers – Craft and Design (B), English (C) and Mathematics (C)
2002-2004 Perth College
17 Higher National Units (Contributing towards an H.N.D
Mechatronics)

Work Experience
June 2008 – June 2009 Employer; MechServ. LTD
Position Held; Mechanical Design
Engineer/Draughtsman
Relevant Skills and Responsibilities
My previous employment role was as a Mechanical Design
Engineer/Draughtsman, for a company which specialises in the Design and
fabrication of specialist well service equipment for the oil and gas industry.
During my employment I have reported directly to the Director of Operations’
and Lead Engineer. Some of the key tasks and responsibilities which I have
been heavily involved in include the following;

• Communication of project objectives to both clients’ and managers’.
• Developing project schedules and quality plans, in keeping with key
quality standards and Legislations including ATEX, EN 12079 and
D.N.V 2.7 – 1, 2 & 3.
• Control of project budget, specifying, sourcing and purchasing parts
and materials.
• Oversee workshop activities.
• Delivery and quality of project.

Furthermore, I have been heavily involved in engineering technical drawing
duties. This has allowed me to gain invaluable experience in various
fundamental areas; I feel this has benefited me in the following ways;

• Proficient in the use of 3D modelling software Autodesk Inventor
PRO, SolidWorks, Frame Generator and Pro-Engineer.
-Develop concept ideas from a blank page through to BOM production
solutions, incorporating a newly developed Material Request Procedure.
• Proficient in the use of 2D Modelling Software AutoCAD.
-Create clear and concise fabrication drawings which are to a British
Standard.
• Skilled in the use of Analytical programmes such as ANSYS, MATLAB
and CFD.
-Ability to validate and verify designs by hand calculations and computer
simulation.
• Able to demonstrate design awareness through Design Review
meetings
-Reactive to design alterations at any stage of the process.
In addition, I feel I have strengthened my knowledge of manufacturing
processes and continued to develop my technical skills whilst working on
some complex engineering issues, maintaining a high level of accuracy
throughout all my deliverables.

During my employment some of the projects which I carried out the
engineering design duties for were as follows:

• Hydraulic Power Packs
- Inc. specifying, sourcing and incorporating CAT desiel Engines, Air
Recievers, Fuel Tanks, Spark Arresting kits and Exhausting Systems into a
12’ CSC Container.
• Compressor Oil Consoles
- Inc. specifying, sourcing and incorporating electric motors, Oil filteration
systems, Oil colling systems and a wide variety of instrumentation onto a
10’ x 10’ console.
• Hydrualic Mixing Systems
- Inc. specifying, sourcing and incorporating desiel Engines, Air Recievers,
spark arresting kits, Mixing tanks, various instrumentation and filtering
elements and exhausting systems into a 12’ CSC Container.

June 2007 – September 2007 Employer; Scottish and Southern
Energy
Position Held; Energy Sales Advisor
March 2004 – May 2005 Employer; Noahs Ark Go-Karts
Position Held: GO-Kart Attendant/Minor
Mechanic
August 2000 – August 2002 Employer; Edwards Engineering
Position Held: Apprentice Fabrication Welder
Relevant Skills and Responsibilities:
I served two years as an apprentice fabrication engineer, attending Perth
College on day release, whilst learning my skills alongside a 'journeyman'. In
my time there, I learned some of the more fundamental aspects of being an
engineer.

1 The importance of Health and Safety in the workplace, and off-site.
2 Basic welding certification (MIG, TIG, MMA.), and Gas Cutting Skills
3 Marking out procedures, cutting skills using both hand held and
workshop based machinery

Key Skills and Achievements
I am a very confident person accomplished in the use of most MS packages,
particularly MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint as a result of the many
presentations I have been required to perform. I am also an Associate
member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (I.MECH.E), which is
something I am continuing to progress through. I also have a full, clean
driving license, and drive my own motor vehicle.

Interests
I am a keen sports enthusiast, football in particular. I am currently sitting the
second of three coaching certificates required a local under 14s football side,
alongside playing amateur football myself. I am also due to gain a mandatory
First Aid certificate in conjunction with this on 19th June 2009. I have also
participated in summer community coaching programmes linked to St.
Johnstone F.C
Referees

I am readily able to supply educational, employment and personal references
on request.