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     Date Submitted:14-06-2011
     Last Modified:14-06-2011 (06:45)
    Job information
     Current job:Integration Project Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsCoordination and technical insight on design issues that occur on the Space Shuttles across several agencies. Support daily issues on the Orbiters. Focus on key lines of accountability in the orbiter technical, modification, and maintenance areas.


    1990 - 1995                          Florida Institute of Technology      Melbourne, Florida

    BS Electrical Engineering

    1996 - 1999                          Florida Institute of Technology      Melbourne, Florida

    MS Space Systems Management

    1999 - 2001                          Florida Institute of Technology      Melbourne, Florida

    MS Space Systems

    2001 - Current                      Florida Institute of Technology      Melbourne, Florida

    PhD Space Science with emphasis in Space Weather

    Professional experience

    October 1996 – December 1997                           United Space Alliance                       Cape Canaveral Florida

    Avionics System Engineer

    • Responsible for repair/refurbishment/retest of External Tank/Orbiter Separation Harnesses and Payload Integration Harnesses
    • Responsible for repair/retest of Orbiter Display & Control Panels


    December 1997 – September 2000                     United Space Alliance                          Cape Canaveral Florida

    Orbiter Electrical Engineer (OEL)

    • Responsible for repair of Orbiter Wiring Harnesses
    • Responsible for Orbiter wiring modifications including Wireless Video Modification on OV-105, Endeavour
    • OEL lead for OV-102, Columbia from April 1998 thru December 1998
    • OEL lead for OV105 from October 1998 thru September 2000 including during the first shuttle-grounding wire inspections
    • Responsible for implementation of Work Authorization Document Authoring and Validation Environment (WAVE) training for OEL Engineering


    September 2000 – April 2004                            United Space Alliance                        Cape Canaveral Florida

    Fuel Cell Engineering

    • Responsible for retest/upkeep of the Orbiter Fuel Cells, Cyrogenic Tanks, Waste Water Management System and Potable Water Tanks.
    • Responsible for Intermediate and Depot Maintenance Requirements Documentation (IDMRD) requirements for spare Cryogenic Tanks and     Fuel Cell Canisters
    • Responsible for Category 1 Document Evaluation and Restructure (CDER) conversions and Deviation Reductions on Fuel Cell OMI’s
    • Responsible for Fuel Cell lab (FC40 maintenance for orbiter Fuel Cell   System
    • Responsible for the retest/upkeep of the Orbiter Extended Duration     Orbiter (EDO) Pallet


    April 2004 – Present                                  United Space Alliance                                Cape Canaveral Florida

    Launch Site Integration Vehicle Engineer for Space Shuttle Endeavour

    • Coordination and technical insight on design issues that occur on the     Space Shuttle Endeavour between Boeing, USA and NASA. Support      daily issues on the vehicles.
    • Focuses on key lines of accountability in the orbiter technical,    modification, and maintenance areas.
    • Focuses on defining, implementing, and continuously improving the    orbiter processes.
    • Coordinates issue resolution within the orbiter arena, across USA, and the program.
    • Facilitates implementation of improvements and prepare fee evaluations of the subcontractors.
    • In addition to job responsibilities - formulated and taught PeopleSoft   training to over 450 USA Systems Engineers, Technicians and   Management in a 3 month time period


    April 2006 – Present                          United Space Alliance                               Cape Canaveral Florida

    Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

    • Obtained while performing current job responsibilities
    • Received certification August 31, 2007
    • Worked to enhance the approval cycle time for non-standard testing/inspection requirements for the Space Shuttle fleet.  In work for   post-project metrics


    Summary of Qualifications


    • Microsoft Office Applications including Microsoft Word, Excel,  Powerpoint
    • PeopleSoft SuperUser


    Professional Affiliations


    • Society of Physics Students
    • Sigma Pi Sigma - National Honor Society for Physics Students


    Community Activities


    • USAMentor Program
    • Juvenile Diabetes Walk (top USA fundraiser for past 6 years with over $15,000 raised total)
    • Multiple Sclerosis Walk
    • 3rd Degree Blackbelt in Chang-Hon Traditional Tae Kwon Do - one of        four lead instructors at Traditional Tae Kwon Do (Melbourne, Florida)

    Public Relations


    • Perform VIP activities, including weekly Space Shuttle Orbiter/Orbiter Processing Facility tours, explaining in detail the systems and subsystems of the Orbiters.
    • Perform VIP tours of  Launch and Landing of the space shuttle orbiters


    Awards received

    Continuous Improvement Award - 1997 - Created Standardized procedures to refurbish/retest Orbiter Pyrotechnic harnesses used for External Tank Separation

    Andy Petro Team Award - 1998 - Orbiter Modifications/Lead OEL for OV-102

    USA Performance Award - 1999 - OV-105 Wire Inspections/OV-103 Support for critical operations to allow for SCAPE operations to take place on time

    USA Performance Award - 1999 - Orbiter Electrical Group Award

    USA Performance Award - 2001 - Fuel Cells Group Award

    NASA Group Achievement Award - 2008 - STS-118 Orbiter Processing Flow

    “On the Spot” Awards


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