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NASA is looking for ways to leverage its expertise and capabilities to support the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, while agency leaders said they would not rush to reopen centers. SpaceNews.com
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries still expects to conduct the maiden flight of Japan’s H3 rocket this year, notwithstanding the coronavirus pandemic.  SpaceNews.com
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ESA Director Jan Woerner writes: "We have to accept that the spread of novel coronavirus is one of the negative consequences of globalization and the global mobility of people it brings with it. Of course, space alone cannot solve this problem; the power of the tiny virus is greater than all our combined efforts." SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:19-07-2012
     Last Modified:19-07-2012 (07:53)
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     Current job:Advanced Engineering Technician
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsAerospace Technical Professional providing over 6 years in a government background in configuration management and hardware integration seeking Engineering position. Experienced in analyzing proposed changes of product design to determine effect on overa
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    Aerospace Technical Professional providing over 6 years in a government background in configuration management and hardware integration seeking Engineering position.  Experienced in analyzing proposed changes of product design to determine effect on overall project, documenting modifications for management and quality control.
     
     
    Technical Skills: 
     
    Microsoft Windows® XP, Windows 7, Vista
    Microsoft Office Suites
    Microsoft Project
    Lean Six Sigma
    DOS
    NetMeeting
    Systems Installations
    Quality Assurance
    Documentum
    Mathematica
    Matlab
    C++
    SARAH database
    Technical Drawing Interpretation
    ARIES
    VOLTS
    IHS
    WellView
    SAP                                           
     
     
    Education: 
     
    Bachelor of Science - Mathematics
    University of Houston Clear Lake, Houston, TX
     
    Associate of Computer Electronics
    Anthem College, Phoenix, AZ 1999
     
     
    Career Experience:
     
    Marathon Oil Company, Houston, TX
    Oct 2011 – Present
    Adv Engineering Technician – Provide technical support for ongoing field development within the Mid Continent Asset 
     
    Team.
     
    • Compile production and cost data of vertical and lateral wellbores during various phases of production from internal and external databases to assist with technical evaluation on field development and business development activities. 
    • Assist with election decisions on outside operated wells. 
    • Assist with reserve bookings by entering reserve changes and additions into Volts. Run reports as necessary from MicroStrategy. 
    • Collaborate with internal and external customers on the creation of new wells in production and other applicable databases. 
    • Compile production, reserve, capital and other key metrics. 
    • Assemble data in support of recompletion and infill drilling studies. 
    • Support outside operated election decisions as well as continued company operated activities and development, including high liquid yield conventional lateral plays, as well as planning significant gas recompletion and future vertical drilling programs. 
     
    United Space Alliance, Houston, TX
    March 2008 – Sept 2011
    Mission Integration Specialist – Analyze and implement logistical plans for manifesting suit hardware for use during Space Shuttle and International Space Station mission extravehicular activities. 
     
    • Utilize problem solving skills to develop and evaluate alternatives to resolve hardware production, usage and manifesting issues. 
    • Perform long range forecasting to provide basis for production planning.
    • Collaborate with internal and external customers to coordinate hardware sharing capabilities and redundancy requirements planning.
    • Conduct analysis of kit parts lists and procedures to identify hardware requirements in support of Space Suit components repair, maintenance and buildup. 
    • Review Government Plans for hardware location and repair/maintenance status
    • Advise NASA and management on resource allocation, logistics support analysis and the development of contingency/redundancy plans for Scheduled Vehicular Activity Operations. 
    • Analyze hardware usage for current and projected flights to predict hardware requirements. 
    • Collaborate with internal and external customers to coordinate manifesting activities for multiple space vehicles to meet schedule and quality requirements. 
    • Assemble/Present Extra Vehicular Activity Flight Readiness Review data to NASA Executive Management on behalf of the program.
    • Support L6S Greenbelt Project (Closed Loop system for crewmember sizing changes).
    • Review and verify on-orbit resize procedures for Space Suit hardware to meet all requirements.
    • Perform Safety Monitor duties, including performing and documenting safety inspections and any resulting discrepancies, CPR/AED Certification, Fire Extinguisher Trained and acting as Fire Warden.
    • Created and maintained a New Hire Training Guide
     
    United Space Alliance, Houston, TX
    September 2005 – March 2008
    Directive Writer – Evaluated, processed, and tracked change paper in support of Space Shuttle Program Configuration Management.
     
    • Supported Configuration Management for NASA Shuttle Program level meetings. 
    • Processed change paper 
    • Provided Real-time Meeting  
    • Interfaced with Customers
    • Tracked Actions
    • Collected and entered data
    • Consolidated meeting materials
    • Provided hard copy production
    • Evaluated change proposals
    • Provided real-time meeting support of board and panel meetings
    • Performed analysis, validation and verification of PRCB Directives per Standard Operating Procedures and Desk Instructions 
    • Presented process improvement suggestions to Lead of Directive Writer Analyst group. 
     
     
    Awards: 
     
    Space Flight Awareness Award – Support of Space Shuttle Flights STS-125, STS-127 & STS-400
    United Space Alliance Houston, TX  2010
     
    Completed the Achieve Global Leadership Development Institute Series
    United Space Alliance Houston, TX  2010

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