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     Date Submitted:31-12-2011
     Last Modified:01-01-2012 (07:24)
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     Current job:Senior Tooling Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsMechanical Design Engineer, GD&T, Pro/e, Solidworks,
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    3D Modeling • Concept Generation and Selection • Rapid Prototyping • G.D. &T.• Project Management

    Experience:
    Aerojet (Redmond, WA) May 2011 to Jan 2012
    (Senior Tooling Engineer, contractor)
    • Designed tooling to assist in the assembly, testing and delivery of assemblies for the Orion program.
    • Responsible duties: designs, shared in analysis duties, drawings, procuring materials, scheduling design reviews and assembling components upon completion of fabrication, Pro/E administrative functions.
    • Coordinated and managed multiple jobs to ensure cost and schedule constraints were adhered.

    Aerojet (Redmond, WA & Sacramento, CA) Feb 2010 to Jan 2011
    (Senior Design Engineer, contractor)
    • Designed left and right thruster Roll Control Housing for NASA’s Orion Program utilizing Pro Engineer V3.
    • Assisted in the development and implementation of trade studies for the design and fabrication process of the Roll Thruster Housing on the Orion Command Module.
    • Assisted in the selection of vendors for Titanium casting of the thruster housing by coordinating expert information and NASA System Requirements for Orion Command Module.
    • Coordinated specific interface design detail design information with Lockheed-Martin to ensure proper fit and function between Housing and Thruster Plate.

    General Dynamics-Advanced Information Systems (Gilbert, AZ) July 2009 to Feb 2010
    (Senior Design Engineer-contractor)
    • Functioned as Lead Mechanical Engineer on six projects to support LDCM Solar Array development and testing of subsystems.
    • Utilized (Siemens’) Teamcenter Product Lifecycle Management tools to create Engineering Change Requests, (ECR’s), create part numbers, release drawings and order parts.
    • Assisted Lead Engineer with design and development of flight hardware and test equipment for the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) Solar Array.
    • Created and released procedures to test the subassemblies and mechanisms associated with the LDCM Solar Array.

    Orbital Sciences Corporation (Chandler, AZ) May 2008 to May 2009
    (Senior Engineer, contractor)
    • Created over 50% of the conceptual models of Structural Mechanical Ground Support equipment using Solidworks 2009 and Mathcad for Orbital Sciences Taurus II COTS program.
    • Assisted with the development of all system requirements for Mechanical Ground Support Equipment for Taurus II COTS Program.
    • Performed over 25 tolerance stack ups on developed hardware to determine fit, form and function checks.
    • Assisted in the development of the three different concepts of operations for Taurus II upper stack integration.

    Lockheed-Martin Mission Services (Houston, TX) December 2007 to May 2008
    (GHG Design Engineer, contractor)
    • Designed and developed full-scale prototype mechanisms for Crew Systems Habitation Accommodations utilizing Pro E Wildfire 2.0 and Z print software.
    • Created simplified representations of assemblies consisting of over 10,000 parts and subassemblies.
    • Assisted in the development of specifications for manufacturing hardware for Orion.
    • Utilized Windchill and Product View to communicate design progress and analysis to project engineers.
    • Supervised junior engineers and designers to assist project engineers with status and workload.


    Jacobs Engineering, Design Engineer (Houston, TX) May 2007 to December 2007
    (Design Engineer, contractor)
    • Utilized Pro E Wildfire and Windchill to create and manage models of mechanisms and concepts.
    • Designed and developed flight hardware for STS-124 camera restraint system with minimal cost of materials, development and impact to schedule.
    • Designed and coordinated the manufacturing of Orion Command Module Mock up for use in antenna testing.

    Oil States Industries Inc., (Houston, TX) October 2006 to May 2007
    (Design Engineer)
    • Utilized Solidworks 2006 to create structural conceptual solutions for customers.
    • Coordinated the manufacturing and procurement of materials to expedite jobs.
    • Designed products based on customer requirements and API specifications.
    • Created manufacturing, testing and procurement specifications to meet departmental needs.

    Oceaneering International. Inc., (Houston, TX) February 2005 to October 2006
    (Design and Systems Engineer)
    • Assisted in the design, fabrication and testing of hardware, software and hand tools for the Overlay Tile Repair Project for NASA’s Return to Flight effort.
    • Designed and developed test hardware that enabled real time support of STS -114 gap filler issue using Pro/E Wildfire.
    • Re-designed Delta Pressure Valve to suppress oscillations and mitigate risks associated with failure.
    • Assisted in the maintenance and repair of the SRMS and SSRMS based at the Sonny Carter Training Facility.
    • Contributed to 50,000 hours of safe diving and VPP Star Awards.

    Lockheed-Martin Space Systems (Houston, TX) January 2004 to January 2005
    (Design Engineer, contractor)
    • Assisted in the 3 Degree of Freedom Orbital Boom Sensor System Simulator project with design of structural stand and mechanisms, prototyping, testing, assembly and verification of components.
    • Provided multiple concepts and solutions to allow crewmembers the ability to limit the amount of torque being applied to the RCC plug repair concept.
    • Designed a torque limiting Snap-On tool for NASA’s Return to Flight effort that uses pre-existing interface technology familiar to crewmembers and compliant to JSC 2626A.
    • Used Pro-Intralink on a daily basis to store and communicate concepts, revisions, final designs and drawings to lead engineer and project management.

    Education:
    1999-2003 University of Texas at Austin, Bachelors of Science Mechanical Engineering

    Software Skill Sets:
    PTC Pro/E: Versions (2001- Wildfire 4.0), ProMechanica, Mathcad, Intralink, Windchill
    Dassault Systèmes: SolidWorks (2006-2011), Cosmos Works
    Siemens: Unigraphics NX6 (less than 500 hours), Teamcenter (Engineering & PLM 2007)
    ANSYS: ANSYS Workbench
    Z Corporation: Z Print Software

    Continuing Education Courses:
    GD&T and Tolerance Stack Up Analysis, Lock-Out Tag-Out, Electrostatic Discharge, Torque Certification, Six Sigma, Clean-Room Experience and, Certified Open Water Diver.


     


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