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DANIEL HAILE

1384A Talbert Ct SE
Washington, DC 20020
(703) 851-4067
dhd09de8@westpost.net
OBJECTIVE
Systems engineer; interests in operations research, project
management and cost analysis
EDUCATION
M.A., Applied Economics, May 2012, Johns Hopkins University,
Washington, DC
B.S., Industrial & Systems Engineering, May 2007,
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
CLEARANCE
ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE
EXPERIENCE
Software/Web Developer, Science Applications International
Corporation (SAIC), Reston, VA
February 2009 - Present
- Member of a team for design and development of SharePoint
portals
- Prepare required documentation, including both
program-level and user-level documentation
- Enhance software to reduce operating time or improve
efficiency
- Perform software analysis, design, development, and
testing for SharePoint portals
- Move current SharePoint portals from a WSS 3.0 to
MOSS 2007 environment
- Enhance functional and visual capabilities by integrating
SharePoint to other applications such as Adobe Flex and
Silverlight
- Add custom features to SharePoint using ASP.NET
- Add functionality to SharePoint using JavaScript
- Use workflows to automate repetitive operations
- Service SharePoint portals to customer specifications
Environment, Safety, and Health (ES&H) Engineer, Bechtel
Corporation, Frederick, MD
October 2007 - February 2009
- Managed all technical aspects of the ES&H department
- Helped create a new tool to do field safety assessments
- Assessed work sites to make sure workers are following
safety procedures
- Helped approve Controlled Descent Plans for tower climbers
by making sure they are tied off to an anchor point that
supports at least 5000lbs
- Researched data and determine trends and improvement
opportunities
- Prepared reports and supported the Weekly Incident Review
Board
- Collected, maintained, reported, and analyzed leading and
lagging metrics
Student Consultant, United Parcel Service(UPS), Richmond, VA
August 2006 - May 2007
- Analyzed sorting and routing systems of the Staunton and
Charlottesville delivery centers
- Developed and redesigned more efficient sorting and
routing systems
- Developed milestones and a schedule for all project
activities using MS Project
- Simulated the new sorting and routing systems using
Arena software
- Developed a new layout of the new Staunton facility
using AutoCAD software
- Developed a cost/benefit analysis for the project
- Produced a project that was well received and implemented
SKILLS
Knowledge gained through ISE course work
and professional experience include:
Cost Analysis
Simulation
Operations Research
Human Factors
Quality Control
Facility Layout
Dynamics
Statistics
Production Planning
Performance Based Leadership
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Computer Skills:
Adobe Flex
AutoCAD
Arena
ASP.NET
C++
C#
Lindo
MatLab
MiniTab
MS Office
MS Project
MS SharePoint
MS Silverlight
MS Visio
Qualysis
RESEARCH
Undergraduate Research, Virginia Tech
Spring 2007
- Researched slips and falls to provide new scientific
knowledge on the causes of and prevention of accidents
involving human locomotion
- Analyzed human subjects performing various physical
tasks using Qualysis which is a motion capturing software
- Applications for this research include industrial safety
and environmental design