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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:15-02-2011
     Last Modified:15-02-2011 (05:07)
    Job information
     Current job:Systems Safety Technician
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordsoperations, engineer, payload, systems
    CV

    Relevant Work Experience:
        
    08/2010 – Present    Systems Safety Technician
    European Space Agency/ESTEC, ISS Systems Safety Team/Product Assurance & Safety Office
    Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands
    -Provided systems safety engineering support to ESA ISS Payload Safety Review Panel (PSRP) by:  (a) assisting Payload Developers interpret safety requirements; (b) supporting Certification of Flight Readiness process; (c) issuing official minutes of safety review meetings and technical memos; (d) maintaining safety data on NASA Data Management System, and scheduling/planning safety reviews; (e) maintaining PA&S office website safety pages (safety baseline documents and master schedule of safety reviews); and (f) appraising adequacy (completeness and technical content) of received Safety Data Packages.
        
    10/2009 – 07/2010    Engineer – Young Graduate Training Program
    European Space Agency/ESTEC, ISS Systems Safety Team/Product Assurance & Safety Office
    Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands
    -Supported PSRP and ISS Operations/Flight Safety activities through the development of a computer-based tool to facilitate the creation of safety hazard reports and corrective maintenance assessments, and track safety review metrics and official communications
     
    10/2008 – 09/2009    Engineer – Young Graduate Training Program
    European Space Agency– EAC, Crew Medical Support Office
    Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
    -Designed and developed integrative environmental crew health hazards medical reference tool for use by ESA medical operations in preparation for crew activities onboard ISS
    -Facilitated coordination of data-sharing activities between biomedical/safety engineers, flight surgeons and environmental specialists to improve cross-discipline programs

    05/2008 – 08/2008    Engineer – Graduate Intern
    Universities Space Research Association (USRA)
    Houston, Texas, USA
    -Researched causal mechanisms of astronaut finger injuries during EVA tasks and training using Doppler-laser and pressure sensor array techniques
    -Developed database to house information on all astronaut injures received pre-, in- and post-flight based on medical and training data recorded from Mercury era to present

    05/2007 – 10/2007    Assistant Researcher
    Four Medicines Consulting Ltd.
    Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
    -Conducted GIS mapping of traditional aboriginal Canadian lands using GPS technology and digital photography to mark cultural and historical sites while interview native elders
    -Trained native researchers on proper use and care of satellite equipment and documentation of elders’ interviews
    -Operated and maintained boats, all-terrain/amphibious vehicles while escorting elders

    Applied Graduate/Undergraduate Projects:
        
    2008    ALERTS – Analysis of Lunar Exploration Robotic Tasks Safety
    International Space University – Graduate Team Project
    -Contributed as editor and member of Human Factors Group to comprehensive report on the use of robotic platforms to reduce risk to astronauts performing tasks during lunar exploration.
        
    2008    Space Applications of Complementary Medicine
    International Space University – Graduate Individual Project
    -Assessed potential applications of complementary medicine in space to treat space motion sickness, depression, and insomnia.
        
    2007    TREMOR - Technology Resources for Earthquake Monitoring and Response
    International Space University – Graduate Team Project
    -Acted as editor and legal researcher for in-depth study of the integration of multiple space systems and technologies to mitigate and respond to the effects of earthquakes.

    2006-2007    4th Year Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Project
    Carleton University – Undergraduate 4th Year Team Project
    -Served as member of Integration Group in design and development of geo-surveying UAV as part of joint-venture between Carleton University and Sanders Geophysics Ltd. (Ottawa). Managed project schedules, organized and moderated design reviews, and provided written reports on project progress, project scheduling, task delegation and team organization.
        
    2005    Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBC)
    Carleton University – Undergraduate Group Project
    -Led group of five in researching failure mechanisms of TBCs used in aerospace applications.

    Education:
        
    2007-2008    Master of Science – Space Studies, MSc (Cum laude)
    International Space University/Beihang University
    Strasbourg, France; Beijing, China
        
    2003-2007    Bachelor of Engineering, BEng (High Distinction)
    Major - Aerospace Engineering: Structures, Systems and Vehicle Design
    Carleton University
    Ottawa, Canada

    Awards:
        
    2007    International Space University Scholarship
    2007    Senate Medal of Outstanding Academic Achievement
    2003-2007    Dean’s Honour List
    2004-2007    Royal Bank of Canada Aboriginal Student Award
    2003-2007    National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF) Scholarship
    2006    R.D. Richmond Scholarship for Aerospace Engineering

    Skills Profile:
        
    Communication:

    -Fluent in English and French; basic knowledge of German and Dutch
    -Adept at working with international, multicultural, interdisciplinary teams
    -Experienced writing technical minutes, reports, memoranda, instructions and requirements
    -Accomplished organizing and giving multimedia presentations to large international audiences
        
    Technical:    

    -Practiced at performing various technical analyses including flow, finite element, stress and strain, circuit and wave, metallographic, engine and rotorcraft blade performance analyses
    -Experienced with conceptual design of aircraft/spacecraft, payloads and air/space missions
    -Knowledgeable in space applications including remote sensing, earth observation and geomatics, satellite telecommunications and navigation, and human and robotic exploration
    -Familiar with concurrent engineering practices and techniques
        
    Computer:    

    -Excellent with MS Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Access, Visio)
    -Experienced in 2D and 3D CAD including Pro/E, Pro/Mechanica software
    -Conversant in VBA, C++, and Matlab

    Other Training:

    2008                    Columbus Systems and Payload Operatory & User Level Training (Koeln, Germany)
    1996-Present    Class 5 Driving Permit with Airbrake Certification (Alberta, Canada)

    Recent Publications (extract):

    Hochstein J, Festa F (2010). Computer Assisted Safety Assessment Tool (CASA) for ISS Payloads. 4th International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, 19-21 May 2010.


    Opperman R, Waldie J, Natapoff A, Newman D, Hochstein J, Pollonini L, Ansari R, Jones J (2009). Anthropometric and Blood Flow Characteristics Leading to EVA Hand Injury. ICES Annual Science Conference 2009, Berlin, Germany, 21-25 Sep 2009.


    Hochstein J, Bodkin D, Aung C, Chasseigne R, Demel M, Doule O, Jagula D, Mulugeta L, Oprong A, Quémet L, Salazar J P, Turnock M (2008). Robotic and Astronaut Tasks Related to Crew Safety for Exploration of a Lunar Pole. 69th International Astronomical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 29 Sep – 3 Oct 2008.


    Hochstein J, Rasheed A, Stone J, Coffey E, Martin A, Qiang F, Christensen I, Borrero del Pino C (2008). Improved earthquake response via simulation and integrated space- and ground-based technologies: the TREMOR proposal. 69th International Astronomical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 29 Sep – 3 Oct 2008.


    Antifaev J, Hochstein J, Jagula D, MacLeod J, Morley S, Mulugeta L, Turnock M (2008). The Future of Canada in Space [online].  The Space Review.  Available from: http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1261/1.


    Harrison P, Christensen I, Coffey E, Hochstein J, Rojas J. Earthquake Monitoring and Response from Space: The TREMOR Concept. ASTRO Conference 2008, Montreal, Québec, Canada, 29 Apr – 1 May 2008.

     


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