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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:07-01-2012
     Last Modified:08-01-2012 (04:21)
    Job information
     Current job:Lead Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsDesign, hands-on, analyze, troubleshoot, lead, take direction, mentor and work toward team goals.
    CV

    Objective 

    To obtain a position as an Engineer/Technician that will utilize my Mechanical/Electrical hands-on experience. Expecting to advance in knowledge and career growth from challenges encountered with this position.

    Professional Summary 

    Ability to analyze, troubleshoot, lead, take direction, mentor and work toward team goals. Experienced and goal-oriented, consistently meeting and exceeding established goals and objectives. I'm flexible in building working relationships within all team levels of company departments and customers. Self motivated with excellent interpersonal communication skills and an attention to detail. I maintain a hands-on approach for any project. 

    Professional Experience 

    Project Design Engineer - Aerospace Interconnect Systems Titusville, Fl 
    & Aero Electronics Titusville, Fl 

    Lead engineer for numerous missile and avionics projects working directly with the defense contract customers on product improvement and proto-type cable assembly designs. Based on customer product needs I have procured labor and tooling cost estimates with future contracts. Implemented many cost saving designs to lower labor costs and improve customer schedules. Performed design dispositions on discrepencies to improve assembly manufacture and schedule. Analyzed, revised and implemented customer changes to meet schedule and delivery of products. Designed, drew (CAD) and programmed (CNC) software to create tooling for molded cable harnesses per military/defense specifications. Developed procedure specifications and process documents for manufacturing custom molded cable/wire and electronic assemblies complying with military/defense specifications. Designed assembly fixtures to develope and maintain cable/wire harness routing and geometry. Served as liaison between customers, contracts, quality and purchasing departments. Coordinated quality teams for product improvement and cost effectiveness. Supervised the machine shop and injection molding departments. Certified to train personnel in fiber-optic cable termination and manufacture. 

    Aerospace Technician    Boeing/United Launch Alliance KSC/CCAFS 

    Perform integration, fabrication, modification and troubleshooting of electrical, mechanical and fluid systems of space launch vehicles. Handle, assemble, integrate flight hardware and sequence timer ordnance. Setup, operation, and data monitoring of electrical and mechanical systems for Delta II flight telemetry testing of 1st , 2nd and upper stage. Proficient in assembly and check out of upper stage spin test and clamp-band spacecraft mate operation. Integrated launch vehicles at the launch pads for Delta II and IV in Florida and California, in preparation for launch. Appointed Temporary Lead Technician (6 months) in Proof Load/Non-Destruct Testing Dept. Successfully passed the Delta II Operation Modules self-study program. Received numerous awards for exceptional support of flight operations. Trained operators for overhead bridge crane with use of various lifting devices. Electrical Rack integration, assembly and data testing for Space Station missions. Certified FAS/TRAC technician - Design, digitize (Faro Arm) and operate CNC router to fabricate packaging material used to cushion flight experiments during space flight. Operator for overhead cranes at numerous sites at KSC and Cape Canaveral AFS. 40,000 lbs crane operator for all flight hardware rocket section offloads and transfers for Delta II program. 

    SPACE FLIGHT AWARENESS TEAM AWARD - Boeing Space Station Process Facility 
    STAR AWARD United Launch Alliance Delta II Launch Facility 
    Lean + trained for Boeing Future Quest 

    Practical Certifications 

    Crane Operator/Cat II/50,000 lbs, Hydra Set, Aerial/Man lift, Forklift/5-15K, Scape Physical, Ordnance Handler, Pneumatic/Hydraulic/Cryogenic Hazards, Torque (Elect, Mech, Struc.), EDR Securing, Confined Space, Working Heights/Fall, Protection, Lockout Tagout, Elect. Bonding, Foreign Object Debris /Electo-Static Discharge.100k/10k Cleanroom 

    Clearance 

    Top Secret 
    Current SSBI dated May 23 2008 by DSS/OPM with TS/SCI eligibility 

    Practical Computer Skills 

    Autocadd - Intellicadd - PRO-E (familiar) - Roland 3dcamm (CNC) 
    Flashcut (CNC) - MS Office 

    Education 

    Valencia Community College A.S.             Design Drafting 

    University of Central Florida   B.S.L.S.  


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