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     Date Submitted:03-02-2012
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     Current job:Safety and Mission Assurance Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsIn space industry for 25+ years. Very familiar with NASA requirements. Supported Space Shuttle Program
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    U.S. Citizen

     

    Professional Experience:

     

    • 25+ Years of experience in Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA) that include

    Quality Assurance, Quality Engineering, Configuration Control, Product Safety, Reliability, and Maintainability functions.

     

    Experience includes:

     

    • Design and Implemented project base S&MA architect that provides cost effective system, consistency in quality approach without jeopardizing the quality and safety of the deliverables.

     

    • Quality Inspection, Quality Engineering, Procurement Quality Engineering, Receiving Inspection, Design Analysis, Reliability Assurance, Safety Engineering (Hazard Analysis), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Critical Item List (CIL), and Interface Control Documents (ICD).

     

    • Design and implement Nondestructive Examination / Nondestructive Inspection (NDE/ NDI) and Welding procedure to maintain certification to American Society of Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT) and NASA 410.

     

    • Configuration Management of more than 500K procured parts for External Tank (used for Space Shuttle Program).

     

    • Establish and maintain as designed, as planned and as built data system.

     

     

    Trained in ISO 9000, AS9100 requirements, Six Sigma principles, Earned Value Management (EVM), Kaizen – Value Stream Mapping (VSM) activities and lean manufacturing.

     

    Represented Lockheed Martin as a charter member of NASA Process Control Focus Group for Space Shuttle Program.

     

    7 Years of experience in Manufacturing Engineering Function.

     

     

    Education:              BS Mechanical Engineering    (May 1972)

     

     

     

    Work Experience:

     

    Company:    Jacobs Technology          From: February 2005 to Present

     

    Aerospace contractor for NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) facility operation and flight productssupporting Space Shuttle Project.

     

    • From:        June 2011 to Present

                           

    ·Function:            S&MA   Chief Engineer                 

     

                Responsibilities:

     

    • Provide technical guidance to all disciplines of S&MA.
    • Provide technical requirements and guidance to new projects.
    • Collaborate with the customer and establish critical quality

    Requirements.

    • Review technical requirements of projects and provide S&MA inputs that includes cost and requirements.
    • Collaborate with engineering discipline and the customer for anomaly resolution, failure Investigations and analysis, determining root cause and establishing corrective actions.
    • Implement, maintain and provide technical guidance for NDE/NDI and weld processes and requirements.

     

    • From:        September 2008 to June 2011

     

    ·Function:           Manager,

     

    Operations Planning and Controls

     

    S&MA Chief Engineer Welding and Nondestructive Testing /Inspection    

     

    Responsibilities:

                           

    • Provide technical support to all new projects.
    • Coordinate and identify S&MA requirements.
    • Coordinate SE & I requirements with Asset Management and S&MA.
    • Plan resources to support new projects and maintain department budget.
    • Implement, maintain and provide technical guidance for NDE/NDI and weld processes and requirements.

     

    From:        Feb. 2006 to Aug.  2008

     

    ·Function:           Manager,

     

    Quality Engineering, Quality Assurance,

    Procurement Quality, Receiving Inspection, Electrical, Electronic, Electromechanical (EEE) parts and analysis  and Government Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP)                                            

     

    Responsibilities:     

     

    • Design, Develop, Implement and Manage activities of Quality Assurance functions in an efficient, disciplined and cost effective manner.

     

    From:        Feb. 2005 through Feb. 2006

               

    ·Function:            Manager,

     

    Configuration & Data Management (Facility and Flight Product)

     

    Responsibilities:     

     

    • Design, Implement and manage the activities of Configuration & Data Management functions in an efficient, disciplined and cost effective manner.
    • Maintain facility configuration of more than 50 different facilities at NASA Johnson Space System (JSC).

     

     

    Company:    Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Michoud Operations                     

     

    From: February 1981 to February 2005

     

     Contractor for fabrication, assembly and test of External Tank for Space Shuttle.

     

    From:                    3- 95 through Feb. 2005

     

                                                               

    ØFunction:       Senior Manager,      Procurement Quality Engineering

     

    Responsibilities:           

     

    • Manage procurement engineering of more than 500 K parts for External Tank for Space shuttle Program.
    • Assure that each product is fabricated and tested to current design requirements and configuration control is maintained.
    • Manage the activities of Procurement Engineering supporting product assurance in assuring all design requirements are complied with and process control is maintained throughout the fabrication and test phase.
    • Establish and maintain the system that facilitated reconciliation of all products from as-designed, as planned and as built.

     

     

    From:        1-93 through 2-95

                                                                           

    ØFunction:       Chief  ,           Problem Analysis & Assessment

     

    Responsibilities:           

     

    • Resolution of In-Flight Anomalies (IFA), Post Flight Analysis, Flight Readiness Review, Material Review Board, and Supplier Corrective Action.
    • Analyzed and coordinated resolution to Repetitive Nonconformance Analysis and the ALERT.

     

     

     

    From:       3-90 through 1-93

               

    ØFunction:      Staff ,  Quality & Reliability Assurance Engineer

     

    Responsibilities:           

     

    • Design analysis of External Tank hardware.
    • Coordinate integration of Loads, Thermal, Structure, Grounding for electrical systems with manufacturing and quality inspection, providing technical assistance and participating in testing all electrical systems tests that satisfies End Item Specification (EIS) and requirements.
    • Support for resolution of technical problems and implementation of new Reliability Assurance systems that included close loop system verification of FMEA, CIL & Hazards.

     

    From:              2-85 through 3-90

               

    ØFunction:      Group Leader ,         Quality Assurance Engineering

     

    Responsibilities:           

     

    • Investigate solve and coordinate engineering related issues, coordinate System Engineering and Integration (SE & I) requirements with Manufacturing (Welding, Mechanical Installation, Electrical fabrication, installation and test, Thermal Protection System (TPS) application and Test). 
    • Collaborate with test engineers in testing of External Tank that included Hydro Test of Liquid Oxygen (Lox) Tank, Pneumatic Testing of Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) Test including loading in X-Y-Z Direction, Testing of electrical harnesses and testing all system test utilizing fact analyzer.
    • Collaborate with manufacturing and quality inspection to assure tank and component cleanliness including Liquid Oxygen (Lox) Compatibility, and maintain clean after fabrication of External Tank.
    • Testing of Thermal Protection System (TPS)

     

    From:                    2-81 through 2-85

               

    ØFunction:       Quality Assurance Engineering

     

     

    Responsibilities:   

     

    • Perform Quality engineering functions related to review of engineering drawings to assure compliance to Product Assurance and customer requirements. 
    • Perform Quality Engineering/Planning functions related to review of

    Manufacturing Process plans to assure compliance with

    engineering requirements & insertion of inspection requirements.

     

     

    Following responsibilities were in addition to Quality Control Manager (1977 through 1981) for Chemetron and Buckeye Fire Systems Philadelphia and North Carolina respectively.

     

    Other Qualifications:

     

    • Industrial Engineering, Plant Lay out & Time & Motion Study (1977 through 1978), Machine shop Supervisor with Chemetron fire Systems and Buckeye fire Systems (1977 through 1981), Manufacturing Engineering Manager with Buckeye Fire Equipment (1980 through 1981).      

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