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     Date Submitted:15-12-2010
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     Employment Term:Permanent
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     KeywordsFacilities Instrumentation and Control Engineer
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

    To pursue a career that will maximize my extensive experience and skills involving instrumentation and operation of buildings and facilities. 

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    3.0 CAD System

    MicroStation V8

    AutoCAD 2000

    Microsoft Office Products

    Certificate of Completion S422-Concept Programming

     

    PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
    July 1996 to present  

    SENIOR ENGINEER, UNITED SPACE ALLIANCE OPERATIONS

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA.

    • Updated the antiquated Complex Control System (CCS) to a more automated and safer power management control system using new Digital Controls and a Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) based system.
    • I am currently responsible for over 60 PLC Field Interface Controllers diagram drawings and their Rack Assemblies drawings associated with the KCCS system. 
    • I determine the need in each area and work directly with NASA and vendors in the delivery of components for fabrication, testing, and checkout of the new PLC racks for monitoring. Micro-station and Auto-Cad drafting system use in processing design.
    • I evaluate and select new equipment and work to establish standards to define replacements using cost-effective commercial off the shelf equipment.

      

    November 1983 to July 1996

    ENGINEER TO SENIOR ENGINEER, LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE OPERATIONS

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA.

    • Responsible for new installation and modification of existing equipment to monitor and control Complex Control System (CCS) for Space Shuttle processing.
    • CCS interfaces with HVAC, waste water, 60 HERTZ POWER, PAD PNEUMATICS systems, and other miscellaneous facility systems such as Oxygen Deficiency and Chlorine Injection.
    • Perform analyses, provide concept, hardware selection, produce detailed drawings, and provide support during fabrication/installation and checkout.
    • Support NASA, A&E firms, and other base contractors at design reviews.
    • Provide leadership, mentoring, and guidance to junior engineers.
    • Drafting done with 3.0 CAD SYSTEM and PC Windows for word processing.

     

    January 1979 to November 1983

    ASSOCIATE ENGINEER TO ENGINEER, PLANNING RESEARCH CORPORATION

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA.

    • Perform detailed engineering to expand and maintain Complex Control System (CCS) to achieve desired control and monitoring of facility equipment.
    • Design includes sensing/actuating devices, transducers, interposing relays, terminal boards, power supplies, cabinets, cables and other hardware to transmit proper signal to data acquisition devices.
    • Includes preparation of engineering orders and engineering instruction package for release to perform work.
    • Perform field investigations and develop as-built drawings and advance electrical schematics for accurate documentation.
    • Work with field engineering and various contractors to perform required testing and trouble-shooting and validation of equipment.

     

    January 1976 to August 1978

    GAME ROOM ASSISTANT, UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

    ORLANDO, FL

    • Operate Indoor Facility and outdoor activity equipment checkout.

     

    April, 1975 to 1975

    STUDENT ASSISTANT, REMOTE SENSING EARTH RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

    UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, TULLAHOME, TENNESSEE.

    • Part-time student. Plotting navigation courses for aircraft
    • performing aerial photography for government use in future land use interpretation.

     

    September 1973 to April 1975

    STUDENT ASSISTANT, VALENCIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    ORLANDO, FLORIDA.

    • Run blueprints for instructors, clean drafting boards and related equipment, set up displays on campus.

     

    EDUCATION

    December 1978

    University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida

     

    B.S., Engineering Technology

    June 1975

    Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida

     

    Associate of Science, Concentration: Mechanical and Electronic Drafting

     

    Awards and Recognition

    Astronaut’s Silver Snoopy Award in appreciation for outstanding support May 8, 2008.


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