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     Date Submitted:25-07-2012
     Last Modified:25-07-2012 (09:52)
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     Current job:Senior Network Analyst
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace Systems Integration and Engineering



    Multifaceted professional experienced in operations/project/change management in diverse high-tech environments, TQM, ISO 9000, engineering, cutting-edge telecommunications, network analysis and global systems integration.

    Managed compliment of 9 team associates with $4.5 million budget for contracted maintenance and operations.


    Essential in developing and implementing problem-solving strategies to improve efficiencies and quality while reducing total costs.

    $2 million saved by leading air/ground communications project to completion in 2 weeks with 100% operational success. $2.5 million networking project completed on time/on budget.

    Expansion of worldwide revenue strategies, l by developing & significantly improving testing procedures.

    Initiated a 35% reduction in equipment downtime by initiating improved troubleshooting/repair methods.


    Consistent record of leading and optimizing performance of technical teams and improving critical global, internal and External communications.




    Technical Addendum Networking: LAN: Ethernet, MNP, SNMP, Token Ring, Remote Access, Frame Relay; WAN: terminal servers, modems, CSU/DSU’s, routers, switches, FTI/T1s; Protocols: TCP/IP, IP, HTTP/S, SSH, UDP, IPX/SPX, NetBIOS, NDS, AppleTalk. OSI, MAC O/S Environments: PC- DOS, Windows 7//NT/XP, Windows 2000 Professional/Server/ Advanced Server, Red Hat Linux/Ubuntu, Novell Wetware, Lotus Notes, Word Perfect, E-Room, VAX/VMS, UNIX familiarity. Software: Arc Serve, Backup Exec, Application Center, SQL Server, Microsoft Clusters, Exchange Server, Microsoft Office Professional Plus (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Publisher, OneNote’s), Microsoft Project. Microsoft FrontPage. ) Visio, Lotus Notes, Word Perfect, Adobe, Sybase etc. Hardware: COMPAQ/HP PCs/Servers, MAC PC’s, DEC (VAX/Alpha), COMPAQ/HP, Lexmark, printers, & scanners. In addition, various peripherals Servers & Backup Systems.

    Telecom: RF Technology such as; VSAT/RADAR, S-band, C-band, L-band, KU-band, SSB, AM/Wide band and Narrowband, FM, VHF, UHF, TDMA,CDMA, WIRELESS, IEEE 802.11/b/g/n.- 802.16, WIMAX, Bluetooth, etc.





    11/2003 – 12/2011

    Lockheed Martin (LMCO), Tallil AFB, SENIOR NETWORK ANALYST (ATCALS) Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems, USAF Central Command (Grade: GSE-13)

    ATCALS (Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems) Technical Architect (GSE-13), In support of Operation Iraqi Freedom: qualifications requirements as contained in the designated contract, with these additional task qualifications. Addition qualifications include at least five (5) years Specific electronic equipment supported includes CM-200 Ground to Air Radio System, ETVS (BS2) Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch, and PL 2000 DT. Essential required DVR systems, AN/TPN-19/ASR-8 Radar/Radio multiplexed equipment.

    Project management of 10 aerospace technical professionals, on a $4.5M annual contract to ensured total quality maintenance on $45M worth of AF assets. -Manage Site maintenance & operations programs--provided a 25% decrease in mishap reported down time

    -- Initiated internal shop weekly safety briefs/inspections; assured 100% Site readiness for operational capabilities & missions support for Flight operations - Technical Solutions Architect for $1.8M Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch (ETVS) - - Subject Matter Expert for Consoles & CM-200 Radio Receiver/Transmitters Systems, reestablished required redundancy for Airfield communications

    - (Responsible for 100% green time operation during contract period)


    HP/COMPAQ Computer CORPORATION, Houston, TX 1997 -2002- Hardware Program Manager/Systems Engineer

    Conceive and implement application designs, and architectural designs for information systems that will provide solutions to technical or business problems/opportunities. Manage multiple large and small consulting projects and day-to-day program activities such as client relationships and efficient and effective delivery of services. Provide advice to support the implementation of large and complex information solutions, including methodology, design, architectural and engineering considerations. Develop proposals, work plans, cost estimates and Work Statements to deliver client solutions.

    UNITED SPACE ALLIANCE (Division of Boeing Aerospace), Houston, TX Instrumentation & Control Officer

    Orbital flight controller for space shuttle missions. Monitor, evaluate and analyze spacecraft instrumentation system activities, and recommend problem-solving action in case of system malfunctions. Developed PC database to improve efficiencies of 13- member group. Total skills development 1 year ahead of schedule in space shuttle certification process.

    ALLIED SIGNAL CORPORATION (Formerly Bendix Field Engineering Company), Houston, TX Operations Coordinator/Field Engineer, Mission Evaluation Room (MER), Johnson Space Center,

    Oversaw MER operations/administrative functions and operational configurations during all phases of space shuttle simulations, testing, orbital flight missions and post-mission support. Served as technical lead and liaison in all operational, maintenance and security matters for space/support centers and 20 subsystems worldwide. TQM facilitator. Recognized for outstanding contribution to success of first servicing mission for Hubble Space Telescope.

    Data Communications Specialist, (Bendix) NASA, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

    Developed & Performed preventive maintenance techniques of diverse electronic communication and data equipment for Mission Control Center, including installations, maintenance/repair, modifications, designs and upgrades. Generated efficiencies and cost reductions.

    TEXAS AIR NATIONAL GUARD, La Porte, TX Air Traffic Control Radar/ Satellite Communications/ Wide band Radio Technician

    Led numerous installations/troubleshooting projects 'including air traffic control radar/beacon/antenna systems, computers, telecommunication control/display equipment and LANS. NCOIC in charge of wide band/satellite communications system and Team Chief in charge of technical training and installations. Lead 16-member task force of Officers, Senior NCOs and enlisted personnel to develop strategies to streamline operations and improve morale. Trained/certified 12 radar technicians.





    Brain bench Certified: Microsoft Windows NT Oriented Analysis & Infrastructure Coursework, Microsoft System Administration, Communications Networks, PC Hardware & Software. Business skills training in Leadership, Project Management, ISO 9000, Kaizen, TQM, Satellite Communications Systems and Wide band Radio Systems Air Traffic Control Radar Communications and Peripheral Systems Certified NASA Flight Controller Certified NASA Data Communications Technician, USAF/USAF COMM-ELECTRONICS SUPERINTENDENT/ VETERAN





    BS, Electrical Engineering, Pacific Western University, Los Angeles, CA,

    AS, Electrical Technology, Community College of the Air Force, Vandenberg AFB, CA. AAS, Electronics, Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria, CA, USAF NCO Academy, Certified Air Traffic Controller and NASA Fire Warden.

    Extensive management and professional training includes: Total Quality Management, Empowerment, Change Management, PMBOK, Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, and DEC Alpha workstations, Frame Relay, Electronic Troubleshooting, Data Communications, Fiber Optics and Satellite Systems. USAF Electrical/Electronics/Radar/Wideband/SatComm School.

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