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     Date Submitted:18-07-2012
     Last Modified:19-07-2012 (07:12)
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     Current job:Electronics Engineer (in transition)
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, Electronics, Mechanical, Systems, Flight Safety, Destruct, Telemetry, Tracking, Flight Controls, Rocket Engines and Motors
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    Objective        Aerospace/Mechanical or Electronics System Engineer

     

    BACKGROUD SUMMARY

     

          Fourteen years of progressively responsible experience as an aerospace/defense sector systems engineer; adept problem solver for design issues and team lead for up to 10 engineers

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

     

    -       Reduced cost by 75% while maintaining reliability, redundancy and functionality as IPT Lead for the Destruct Subsystem design of the Low Cost Test Missile Kit (LCTMK) for the Trident 2 (D-5) Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile

    -       Oversaw design changes still in use on Navy submarine fleet, with 20 test operations extending a record of 135 test operations without anomaly or failure

    -       Proficiency in DOOR’s requirements database training in Pro-Engineer CAD and familiarity with and experience using EPDM Windchill for parts and drawing release PMP and SAP

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

          Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co, Sunnyvale, CA; (1996-2009)

          Electronics Engineer, Senior (14 years)

                Low Cost Test Missile Kit (LCTMK) (11 years)

    -       IPT Lead on system design of missile flight safety systems on the Trident II (D5) Low Cost Test Missile Kit

    -       Oversaw destruct subsystem requirements review, design and implementation in compliance to Air Force Eastern and Western Range (EWR-127) including interfaces with telemetry, tracking and test equipment

    -       Design changes to the destruct subsystem and cables lead to 75% reduction in per unit cost and increased redundancy and reliability; design is still in use in the Navy Trident Fleet Ballistic Missile submarine fleet; having completed 20 test operations extending a record of 135 test operations without anomaly or failure

    -       Lead Cable Design to layout and determine pin signal designation for 76 cables involving approximately 5-10,000 connections and encompassing all functional aspects of the Low Cost Test Missile Kit testing and operation; cables designed to be installed In-Tube for conversion to test flight operation

     

          Trident II (D5) Life Extension (LE), Command Sequencer Design (2 years)

    -       Coordinatedpackage specification, drafting and creation of requirements data base in the DOOR’s requirements management program; managed modification of package qualification/acceptance test documents

     

          Central Engineering (1year)

    -       Assigned to multiple programs for design, drawing and parts issues

    -       Identified and added Correlation and Coordination flags required by contract to  document 76 Low Cost Test Missile Kit cable drawings

    -       Reviewed drawings prior to release including GD&T requirements

     

          United States Navy (Active and Reserves Duty)

          Submarine Officer, Qualified in Submarines Ohio (728 Class), Strategic Weapons System Officer on Trident I (C-4) Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile System, Missile and Fire Control Division Officer, Communications Officer - collateral duties of Top Secret Control, Communications Security Officer First Lieutenant in USS Florida SSBN 728 Blue Crew

    -       Top Secret Clearance with SIOP-ESIaccess level

    -       Three Strategic Deterrent Patrols of approximately 80 days each

    -       Demonstration and Shakedown Operation (DASO) including successful launch of Trident 1 (C-4) Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile (SLBM)

    -       Navy Technical Proficiency Inspections (NTPI); graded excellent

    -       Led missile control and launch team

    -       Directed shipboard missile loading evolutions

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Masters of Science - Aerospace Engineering

    San Jose State University, San Jose, CA (anticipated graduation spring 2013)

    -       Emphasis – Design and Analysis of aerospace vehicles

    -       Subjects: Advanced Mechanical Engineering Analysis, Aerodynamics, Structures and Materials, and Space Systems Engineering; CFD; Orbital Mechanics; Spacecraft Dynamics; Space Propulsion; Spacecraft Thermal; and Engineering Reports

     

    Engineer-in-Training Certification, Minneapolis MN

    -       First step in process of qualifying for Professional Engineer (PE) certification

     

    Bachelor of Science - Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics

    University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

    -       Emphasis - Design and control of aerospace vehicles

    -       Design Project - NASA/University Space Research Association (USRA) Mars Integrated

                Transportation System

     

    Bachelor of Science - Economics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

     

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

     

          Software

    -       Expertise with the Microsoft Office Suite programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook

    -       Trained in Pro-Engineer (Wildfire 5.0)

    -       Experience with MATLAB and ANSIS for analysis of finite elements analysis applications

    -       Experience with C++, FORTRAN, COBAL, and BASIC

     

          Community Service

    -       Discover-E, a Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC) program in which volunteers visit elementary and high schools to discuss engineering as a career and current areas where engineering is in the news, and how engineering affects everyday life


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