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German propulsion startup Morpheus Space won a U.S. Air Force Small Business Innovation Research contract and a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory purchase order after participating in the Techstars Starburst Space Accelerator. SpaceNews.com
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NASA plans to issue a call for ideas for a lunar rover that could be used by future crewed missions to the moon and, like many other elements of the Artemis program, be developed in a partnership with industry. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:16-12-2010
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     Current job:Senior Systems Engineer/Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsSpace Systems Operations
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    PROFILE

    Complete system responsibilities for launch pad umbilical processing including system operations, maintenance, purchasing spare parts/hardware, functional checkouts, high pressure cryogenic lines and ground support equipment design compliance. Engineering design background including drawing checking and as-built configuration verification.  Project management experience producing trade studies/cost estimates determining risks, schedule and performance impacts within multiple subsystems. Now looking to make a further significant contribution within a new challenging role.

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    MANUFACTURING BACKGROUND

     

    Sr. Systems Engineer                     Sept. 07 – Present

     

    SAIC – Scientific Applications International Corp

    • As part of the Mobile Launcher Element Team, monitoreddaily construction of the 345 foot tall Mobile Launcher Tower and all the associated subsystems within the MLT.
    • Responsible for reviewing each design package for the Mobile Launcher (ML) and associated subsystems (structural/mechanical, GSE, fluids, electrical, specifications/standards).
    • Design review analysis (form/fit/function) of engineering drawings.
    • Trade studies conducted to optimize design of Ares/Orion/Ground Systems, maximize safety and mission assurance, and minimize life cycle cost.
    • Daily schedule and budget analysis to ensure safety and quality processing/operations at the Mobile Launcher construction site.
    • Active board member on NASA’s Ground and Flight Risk Review Panel responsible for identifying, assessing, and prioritizing program risks.
    • Developed the Lessons Learned process, database and review cycle at the completion of the first phase of the ML structural and facility construction contract.
    • Integrated Process Team member on NASA’s Verification and Validation and Operations and Maintenance technical teams.

     

    Umbilical/Mechanical Engineer IV                         Oct 02 – Sept 07

     

    The Boeing Company – Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fl.

    • Prime Propulsion engineer for the Swing Arm mates, de-mates, operations and refurbishment of Delta IV rockets on CCAFS and VAFB.
    • Test Conductor and Task Leader for Flight, GSE and facility maintenance of the mechanical, hydraulic, propellant and electrical systems.
    • Generated the “Post Task” review process to improve system efficiency and reliability. Ensures application of best practices such as Lean Manufacturing and Employee Involvement through team participation with AIW and 5S activities.
    • Analyzed known and projected resource requirements to ensure all tasks can be completed prior to launch.
    • Scheduled design changes for Ground support equipment keeping within Departmental budget requirements.
    • Analyzed and established the feasibility of launch readiness against budgetary and execution milestones for projected resource requirements.   Daily duties required me to perform workforce and budget analysis to ensure that pre-launch tasks can be completed on schedule and within budget.  Analyze contractor schedules to ensure that all critical milestones would be met.  
    • Managed spare parts inventory and budget to ensure year-end min/max inventory requirements were achieved.

    Mechanical Engineer III - Launch Site Support Engineer                   July 99 – Oct 02

     

    The Boeing Company – Space Station Processing Facility, Fl.

    • Space Shuttle Cargo Integration including the resolution of all MPLM Cargo Integration and processing issues.
    • Direct operations involving the generation of test data and the technical documentation to ensure flight hardware readiness.
    • International Space Station Task Leader interfacing with USA, NASA, JSC and payload customers as well as Design counterparts to assure appropriate problem resolution.
    • Worked closely with the MSFC /JSC Design Centers to safely resolve off-nominal conditions, propose and develop hardware modifications to improve safety and durability, and propose/implement process enhancements.
    • Hardware closeout engineering to verify flight configuration, writing PR’s and DR’s, and disposition work steps to task completion.

     

     

    EARLY CAREER SUMMARY

    Mechanical Designer - Engineer II      Pratt & Whitney Space Propulsion 1988 – 1999

    Mechanical Design Drafter                  ASEA Brown Boveri (Westinghouse) 1987 – 1988

     

     

    EDUCATION

    Master of Science in the Management of Technology- University of Miami1998 – 1999

    Bachelor of Science in Business Management/Economics- Rollins College1995 – 1998

     

     

    Interests and Pastimes: Sports, motorcycle riding, scuba.

    Status: Married.


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