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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:21-02-2012
     Last Modified:30-07-2012 (08:39)
    Job information
     Current job:Counterspace Operator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsSpace Situational Awareness, Counterspace, missile warning, space surveillance, command and control, DSCS, NATO, Top Secret, ground radar, counter communications, SCI, SAP/SAR
    CV

    Summary of Qualifications

    An accomplished leader in the space community with 12 years of International and Domestic customer relations and management experience. Representing a blend of different mission areas to include: Command and Control, Missile Warning, Space Surveillance, and Offensive Counterspace. Highly skilled and self motivated individual with a Top Secret clearance willing to relocate. Experience with Command and Control System-Consolidated (CCS-C), DSCS, NATO/SKYNET, AFSCN, BMEWS, PAVE PAWS, UEWR, and counter communications system.

     Security Clearance

    • Hold a Top Secret security clearance 

    Professional Experience

    • United States Air Force 2000-Present 

    Counterspace Systems Operator                               02/2010 – Present

    • Execute all operations, reporting, and administrative tasks as member/supervisor of Counter Communications System crew.
    • Rapidly achieve flexible and versatile space superiority utilizing special one of a kind counterspace communications system.   
    • Supported leadership by assessing and managing staffing and resource requirements.
    • Provide technical expertise in support of proposal development activities with teammates to provide solutions to personnel/procedural issues. 

    Upgraded Early Warning Radar Operator/Staff Instructor                       01/2009 – 02/2010

    • Provided on-site analysis to Missile Warning Center and Joint Space Operations Center.
    • Trained multi-national forces resulting in Combat Mission Ready crew force.
    • Contributed to the planning, testing and integration of brand new weapon system’s upgrades and mission enhancements.
    • Developed lesson plans, training materials, simulation scenarios and certification tests as lead instructor. 

    Dedicated Space Surveillance Radar Operator/ Ops Scheduler/ Staff Instructor               05/2005 – 01/2009

    • Managed 24/7 operations providing surveillance and reporting on over fifteen thousand satellites.
    • Led a seventeen person military and government civilian work force.
    • Provided NASA with conjunction analysis for the international space station.
    • Coordinated preventive maintenance actions between various controlling agencies.
    • Tested/provided training on and implemented new 3-D satellite orbit modeling training software.
    • Created/managed duty schedules for 35 operators through deconflicting mission requirements with training, evaluation, & preventive maintenance.
    • Developed lesson plans, training materials, simulation scenarios and certification tests as instructor. 

    Space Surveillance/Missile Warning Radar Operator                07/2004 – 05/2005

    • Provided on-site analysis to Missile Warning Center and Joint Space Operations Center.
    • Detected, tracked, and recorded data on over eight thousand high-interest satellites, new foreign launches, and domestic launches as well as re-entry objects, and breakups.
    • Supported leadership with prioritization, contingency operations and maintaining security. 

    Satellite Command and Control Operator/Instructor                     08/2000 – 07/2004

    • Performed command and control, anomaly resolution and routine maintenance for eighteen communications satellites.
    • Detected and resolved data link and ground systems anomalies.
    • Hand selected because of proven skill and ability to implement commanding pass plan procedure for 2 DSCS launch and early orbit operations. This is a five day process to move a satellite through Low Earth Orbit to Highly Elliptical orbit and then out to the Geostationary position.
    • Developed lesson plans, training materials, simulation scenarios and certification tests.
    • Performed all pre-pass, trans-pass, and post-pass actions on entire constellation for “cradle to grave” operations. 

    Education

    Community College of the Air Force, Montgomery, Alabama

    • AS  Space Technology, 2012 

    Computer Skills

    • Command and Control System-Consolidated
    • Satellite Tool Kit (STK)
    • Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access 

    Relevant Training

    • Space 100, U.S. Air Force, 2000
    • Leadership School, U.S.Air Force, 2004
    • Space 200, U.S. Air Force, 2008
    • Professional Leadership enhancement course, U.S. Air Force, 2010/2011

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