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     Date Submitted:29-03-2011
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     Current job:Senior Systems Engineer (Milsatcom SSE)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSATCOM
    CV

    SUMMARY

    13 years of professional experience in C4I systems and architectures, MILSATCOM including Milstar, AEHF, TSAT systems, terminal operations, systems engineering, military strategic/tactical/endurance planning, and resource monitoring across MCPTi, ACMS, and MPSS.  Certified Instructor and training material developer.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    2007 – Present, Apogee Engineering: Senior Systems Engineer (MILSATCOM Communications Planning Expert)

    ·       Developed and led the Inc. 4 MPE test program for Lockheed Martin successfully readying the software for operations

    ·       Apogee Lead for the Increment 4 MPE Help Desk

    ·       Configured over 20 separate Strategic MARs and over 1,000 directed networks

    ·       Provided on-site support to the 614th SCS, USSTRATCOM, RSSC CONUS, RSSC PAC, RSSC EUR, and the GSSC

    ·       Conceptualized, Developed, and Led the AEHF Mission Planning Element Inc. 3 Help Desk

    ·       Designed and Implemented the Help Desk Architecture, Including Metrics Tracking, Trouble Ticket DB, and Website

    ·       Travelled to each Inc. 3 operational site to provide hands-on user education and mission planning generation on the MPSS

    ·       Focal Point for all MPSS (AEHF Comm. Planning Tool) Questions from the Warfighter

    ·       Ensure User DR’s are Correctly Written and Adjudicated through the T&E DRB and MIPRB

    ·       Provide On-site Comm Planning Training to the Tier 1 User Community

    ·       A6MZ Resident Dual Operations Expert, Supporting the Transition from Legacy Tools (MCPTi and ACMS) to Future Systems (MPSS)

    ·       Provided MPSS Help Desk support to the Increment 4 Responsible Test Organization (RTO), ensured proper adjudication of over 250 operational discrepancy reports

    ·       Provided input and authored many of the operational Detailed Test Procedures (DTP) that were executed during RTO

    ·       Deliver detailed analysis of the MPSS scintillation algorithm in support of HQ USSTRATCOM and the Joint Staff

    ·       Consolidated Satcom System Expert (C-SSE) lead communications planner, supporting A5MP during all phases of AEHF development

     

    2005 – 2007, L-3 Communications Titan: Senior Systems Engineer (AEHF MPE Development Team)

    • Strategic and Tactical Comm Planning Expert for all facets of Increment 3, 4 and 5 development
    • Inc. 4 MLT Test Case Author and Lead Test Engineer for Communications Planning aspects of the tool
    • Developed AEHF MPE Training Materials for the internal team, as well as all external users
    • Provided Training to the AEHF Cert. Team to ready them for the upcoming IST and OUE events
    • Endurance Re-planning Lead Systems Engineer, developed and tested the planning algorithm for all increments of MPSS to support the nuclear endurance mission for HQ USSTRATCOM

     

    2002 –2005, Booz Allen Hamilton: Senior Consultant (Satellite Communications System Engineer)

    • Developed system operations requirements for the Transformational Communications (TC) Architecture
    • Authored the TSAT Mission Operations System (TMOS) Technical Requirements Document

    ·       Authored an engineering white paper on Policy Based Network Management as it relates to TC

    ·       Authored Enabling Concept for Advanced EHF Frequency Planning

    ·       Created modularized tactical frequency planning tutorial

    • Developed and Instructed the Automated Communications Management System (ACMS) formal training program by implementing Instructional Systems Design (ISD) practices
    • Provided on-site proficiency training to all Tier 1 Users
    • Liaison between the MILSATCOM user community and the ACMS developer
    • Recognized as the MILSATCOM planning expert by both the client and Booz Allen
    • Provided integral systems engineering support to the developer (Milstar Payload Table Generation, Resource Monitoring, and strategic/tactical/endurance planning)
    • Authored multiple white papers regarding MILSATCOM planning functions and risk mitigation plans

    1998 –2001, United States Air Force: Milstar Lead Staff Instructor

     

    ·       Supervised and assessed three subordinates

    ·       Managed the 4th Space Operations Squadron’s training system, including positional and satellite subsystem lesson plans

    ·       Prepared and instructed all Milstar EHF (Extremely High Frequency) operators to maintain mission ready certification

    ·       Authored lesson plans and scenarios for 4th Space Operations Squadron training acquiescent to ISD

    ·       Provided trending analysis for Milstar training procedures

    ·       Instructed all new students to ensure readiness for evaluations

    ·       Conducted line instruction in command and control procedures for students preparing for mission certification

     

    1997 –2001, United States Air Force: Milstar Extremely High Frequency (EHF) Satellite Systems Operator

     

    ·       Evaluated satellite subsystems health and identified trends

    ·       Conducted satellite and ground system anomaly resolution

    ·       Conducted testing to ensure compatibility between the operations center and the satellite before new systems were commanded to operational readiness

    ·       Procedure development for Milstar operations plan

    ·       Executed satellite orbital maneuvers and provided trending data for future station-keeping updates

    ·       Maintained and controlled spacecraft component to nominal configuration and telemetry limit libraries without error

     

    EDUCATION/TRAINING/CLEARANCE

     

    Degrees

    • B.S. Management Information Systems, 2011

    ·       A.A.S. Space and Satellite Operations Technology, 2001

    Training

    • Academic Instructor School (Certified in Instructional Systems Design)

    ·       AFSCN Communications Systems (WANIU/ATM)

    ·       Spacecraft Data Systems

    ·       Milstar Satellite Systems Operations

    ·       Orbit Analysis and Space Environment

    ·       Satellite Systems Course Development

    Clearance

    ·       SECRET (Through 2017)


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