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     Date Submitted:06-01-2011
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     Current job:Component Engineeer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSpace Component Engineering
    CV

    I was employed by Grove Resources Solutions Inc. (GSRi) to close the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) program under Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. My primary experience is with Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company as a Senior Hardware Engineer. I started work at Lockheed Missiles & Space on the D5, Trident II development Program as a Parts Engineer. This development included evaluating design requirements imposed on the Harris design teams in the form of Source Control Drawings (SCD's). As development progressed, these SCD's were revised to implement design changes. My technical responsibilities included testing parts received in both the development manufacturing phases of the D5 Program. In cases of failure analysis, I used both my knowledge of the application and the IC design to determine the failure causes. My technical responsibilities included testing parts received in both the development manufacturing phases of the D5 Program. In cases of failure analysis, I used both my knowledge of the application and the IC design to determine the failure causes. There were cases where test limits had to be relaxed resulting in a SCD revision. My responsibility then shifted to technically justifying the relaxed test limits by proving that the change would not impact the reliability and performance over the mission life of the system.

    After the successful development and progression into manufacturing, I moved from the Sunnyvale Missiles & Space division to the Palo Alto Advanced Technology Center where I worked on three NASA programs. This experience in development, testing and procurement laid a firm foundation for the transfer to the Palo Alto Advances Technology Center. I used this SCD experience in parts selection for the NASA programs. I also used my procurement sources that I developed to meet the immediate delivery schedule imposed by the contract. I returned to the Sunnyvale facility where I was the Parts Engineer for the Airborne Laser Program (ABL), Mobile User Objective System (MUOS), and the P734 Program. I’m also chaired the Anomaly Event Review Board (AERB) that oversaw Parts Materials and Processes (PMP) item reviews that are introduced by actual or potential anomalous conditions concerning PMP.

    My technical experience in design development and failure analysis combined with procurement experience qualifies me for the Applications Engineer. I look forward to discussing my specific experience in an interview.

     

    SUMMARY

    Extensive electrical engineering background, including evaluation and implementation of design requirements. Experienced in hardware and software test and analysis to determine reliability and verify performance over component and system life cycle. Also experienced in failure investigation and analysis of data required to determine root cause. A self-starter with demonstrated willingness to accept new responsibilities. Currently hold DoD Secret Clearance.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS COMPANY 1984 - 2009

    Associate Engineer Sunnyvale, CA (1984 – 1985)

    Research Engineer Sunnyvale, CA (1985 – 1997)

    Hardware Engineer, Sr. Sunnyvale, CA (1997 – 1988)

    Research Engineer, Sr. Palo Alto, CA (1988 – 1996)

    Electronics Engineer, Sr. Sunnyvale, CA (1996 – 1997)

    Hardware Engineer, Sr. Sunnyvale, CA (1997 – 2009)

    Grove Resource Solutions Inc. (GRSi)/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

    Component Engineer Laurel, MD (2010)

     

    Parts Engineer in Support of Multiple Programs

    · Mobile User Objective System (MUOS): Perform Engineering oversight of parts selection for design of program Space and Ground segments. Disposition Government Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP) failure reports (Alerts and Problem Advisories) and Mission Success Bulletins (MSBs).

    · Airborne Laser (ABL) Hard Wire Abort System (HWAS): Perform Parts Engineering functions during design and development phase. Disposition GIDEP failure reports MSBs.

    · P734 (Classified Program): Review and approve Engineering Data Packages. Disposition. GIDEP failure reports and MSBs.

    Sitting Member of Anomaly Experience Review Board (AERB)

    Evaluate and Disposition. GIDEP failure reports and MSBs from Mission Success with respect to common parts and material not associated with any Program. Provide analysis in support of Stock Sweep requests from Quality Assurance.

    Perform database searches to determine parts usage by Program. Notify Programs of the need to evaluate possible risks associated with parts usage based on GIDEP and MSB documents.

    Electronics Engineer, Sr. Sunnyvale, CA

    Assisted A2100 Worked with Central Engineering to close delinquent open items form the A2100 Critical Design Review (CDR).

    Acquired knowledge and skills to program Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) as required to satisfy scheduled delivery dates for multiple Programs, including A2100, HIRDLs, SXI and INCUBATOR.

    Research Engineer, Sr. Palo Alto, CA

    Coordinated with System Designers to produce Specification Control Drawings (SCD) used in the design and fabrication of custom Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits.

    Directed the implementation and of the automatic tester, LTX, automated test sequence software.

    Research Engineer Sunnyvale, CA

    · TRIDENT II :Fleet Ballistic Missile design, development and deployment.

    · Assisted in Program development by authoring SCD documents associated with Radiation Hardened Linear and Digital microcircuits.

    · Monitored microcircuit performance during in-flight missile tests.

    · Performed test data analysis to trace the X-9 flight test failure root cause to a Linear Switching Regulator fault. Assisted Parts Engineering with development of Corrective Action by running software simulations.

    EDUCATION

    University of California, Berkeley, CA

    BS Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

    AWARDS & CERTIFICATES

    Department of Navy Reliability, Maintainability and Quality Assurance Award 1990

    For development of Inspection Criteria for Hybrid Integrated Circuits.

    Lockheed Martin Productivity Improvement Program, Superior Team Performance Award

    For efforts to resolve Flight Control Electronic Package Failures


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