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     Date Submitted:11-09-2010
     Last Modified:12-09-2010 (01:27)
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     Current job:Senior project engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords25 yrs+ Project engineering, program management Shuttle and Space Station hardware
    CV

    Position Desired

    Program / Project engineering or management

    Broad background and skills adaptable to diverse applications to include R&D and marketing

    Experience

    5/01 to 9/3/10            Senior Engineer / Project Engineer

                United Space Alliance, 600 Gemini, Houston, Tx. 77058

                Shuttle & Space Station hardware design, processing & maintenance

    4/91 to 5/01            Project Manager / Project Engineer / Subsystem Manager

                Johnson Engineering Corp. / SPACEHAB

                555 Forge River Rd., Suite 150, Webster, Tx. 77598.

    10/82 to 9/90            Program Manager / Project Engineer/

    (6/79 to 12/80)            ILC Space Systems (now Oceaneering)

                16665 Space Center Blvd., Houston, Texas  77058

    12/80 to 10/82            Aircraft Interiors Engineer

                Texas International Airlines; Continental Airlines

                P.O. Box 12788, Houston, Texas  77017

    8/76 to 6/79            Senior Flight Operations Engineer

                McDonnell Douglas Corp.

                Houston, Texas  77058

    4/74 to 6/76            Project Engineer, Mechanical Devices Group

                Jet Propulsion Laboratory

                4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, California  91103

    2/69 to 4/74            Captain, USAF

                Pilot/Aircraft Commander, KC-135 Tanker

                Travis AFB, California

    Education

    B.S. Aerospace Engineering; Texas A&M University;  Rank:  Top Third

    Management & Training Courses, USAF and (12 hours), ILC Space Systems; United Space Alliance

    Earned Value Training, SPACEHAB

    BA and MA in theology (12/94, 12/02) actively applied in community service; related T.V. appearances;

       current weekly national live radio program)

    Honors

    Silver Snoopy (’07 astronaut award); numerous performance awards including perfect attendance

    Education:  Distinguished Student; Distinguished Military Graduate;

    Scholastic Achievement Award; The Ross Volunteers (College Honor Guard).

    Military honors:  Air Medal with Two Oak Leaf Clusters (Vietnam veteran).

     

    Over 10 years —Program / Project Manager

    *Managed program office and engineering support personnel (up to 40 engineers, techs, machinists)

    *In charge of budget/schedule generation, tracking, and change implementation ($4.5 million annually)

    *Conducted customer interfacing, design reviews, and contract negotiations

    *Developed cost effective technical and programmatic requirements development and plans

      Determined / coordinated / approved resource allocations

    *Preformed subcontractor negotiations and oversight

    *Compiled, directed, and coordinated standup formal presentations and milestone reviews

    *Located and estimated new work to expand product line, and generated cost proposals

      Forecasted sales

    *Lead and author on several proposal teams

      In charge of college recruiting efforts

    Over 15 years—Senior / Project Engineer

    *Supervised/coordinated engineering and design/drafting personnel activities

    *Indentified cost savings measures saving NASA $30K; resulting company recognition and award fees

    *Developed design philosophy and cost effective solution approaches, reviewed interpretations and evaluation of designs, design/trade studies, and analyses performed by engineering personnel

      Developed, maintained, and tracked project performance, schedule and budget

    *Performed subcontractor technical direction and oversight of design reviews

    *Developed advanced products (R&D) and performed related marketing efforts

      Engaged in test support for various projects

    *Managed proposal sections and performed technical writing

    Commercial Aircraft Interiors Engineering

    DC-9 interior redesign/upgrades; innovative seat design for Continental now in use industry wide

    Directed structural repairs; on line repairs on flight line.

    3 years—Senior Operations and Integration Engineering

    Performed problem tracking and resolution

    Authored flight data files and operations manuals

    Test support

    5 years:  Captain, USAF Pilot/Aircraft Commander (KC-135 Tanker)

    Vietnam; combat time; 1600 hours flying time; decorated. 


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