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     Date Submitted:01-10-2012
     Last Modified:01-10-2012 (09:45)
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     Current job:Space EEE parts Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsSpace EEE parts Manager, Configuration management, Supply chain manager, Sr. Quality and Reliability Engineer, Sr. Component Engineer, Mission Assurance, Hardware Engineer, IPT System Engineer
    CV

    SUMMARY

     

      US Citizen, with Active TS/SCI; Multilingual: English, French, Spanish & Amharic.

    Six Sigma Green Belt Certified; Degrees: MSEE and BS in Mathematics & Physics.

     

    Highly motivated individual with senior level engineering experience and program management skills. Manage planning, defining and implementing engineering requirements to ensure design integrity and hardware robustness in direct alignment with customer's expectations. Responsible for total customer satisfaction for the development, production, and/or support phases of assigned program(s). Team player with outstanding written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Flexible with work assignments including deployment within and outside the USA.  

     

        PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES / TRAINING

     

    Training at AAWDC (2010-present): Cyber Security training with Net + & Sec + certifications. Completed PMP & CISSP training and anticipate certifications soon.

     

    Parts Manager: Northrop Grumman ES, Baltimore, MD.                        2008 to 2010

    Managed the day-to-day  activities of EEE Microelectronic based on the customer’s SOW (Statement Of Work).Performed functional, acceptance, qualification, or development testing on new or modified designs.Executed processes and procedures required to follow EEE components through selection, specification generation, procurement, and part qualification on classified and unclassified programs. Provided technical leadership as a member of several Integrated Product Teams to implement reliability requirements including stress analysis, database management, product failure analysis, supply chain guidance and reliability /qualification testing. Established and maintained proactive communication channels with customers, suppliers, and internal organizations as required to meet project goals. Interfaced with senior program managers, contract manufacturers, laboratories, and supply chain sourcing to drive quality improvements, to minimize costs of quality and materials or finished product deviations. Completed Projects:

    ·      Initiated and launched the first standard parts list usage for space application, with projected

    saving of ($20,000/parts, 800 parts approved) $16 Million dollars for the duration of the mission. Interfaced with senior management to conduct strategic business planning, execution of programs. Executed a wide range of technical response and completed project lifecycle from inception to test and to final delivery. Translated customer technical requirements into definable and manageable expectations while meeting business objectives and by communicating regularly with stakeholders.

    ·      Reviewed parts, suppliers’ performance using SAP and reduced discrepancies of parts at

     receiving inspection by 10%. Assured lessons learned are incorporated into programs prior to gate reviews and prior to final delivery to the customer. Managed MRB, reviewed GIDEP/Alert database and implemented corrective actions to NG programs. Improved supplier quality performance for batch record review. Contributed as a technical staff on several Integrated Product Teams (IPT), by managing, guiding, developing and evaluating junior engineers.


    Sr. Component Engineer: Northrop Grumman AS, Los Angeles, CA.         2001 to 2008

    Worked on NASA, defense space programs (classified and unclassified). Managed EEE Microelectronics, including ASICs, FPGAs and Memories, for space and commercial applications. Executed part selection and developed SCD (Source Control Drawings) to detail test, screening, and Reliability Test plans (including RLAT and DPA requirements). Generated documentation to properly specify and purchase high reliability EEE parts. Developed understanding of the processes and procedures required, including Group Testing (A, B, C, D, PIND, DPA, Statistical sampling). Assured high quality reliable system/product is supplied to the customer that meets all customer and applicable industry specification requirements, and meets overall customer expectations. Enhanced comprehensive quality systems, based on Six Sigma DMAIC process.Completed Projects:

    ·     Worked directly with project leadership and effectively managed customers’ expectations.

    Developed, lead and executed overall materials and subcontractors sourcing strategies. Incomming parts failures reduced from 15% down to 5% in receiving inspections area.

    ·    Ensured that design changes are evaluated, authorized, implemented, and reviewed in a

    consistent, controlled manner. Applied engineering and manufacturing process knowledge to

    analyze impact on the overall system.

     

    Sr. Component Engineer: ICTV, INC., Los Gatos, CA                            2000 to 2001

    Searched and qualified second sources to mitigate obsolete parts. Published and maintained approved venders’ parts list (AVL) with two qualified sources. Conducted failure analysis, reviewed destructive physical analysis (DPA) reports and implemented corrective actions. Evaluated, recommended, and implemented standards to meet customer’s program requirements.

    ·    Analyzed data, interpreted trends and executed improvements on key metrics, throughout

    the product life cycle. Ensured compliance with contract program quality requirements.

     

    Technical Consulting Manager: Guet Fik Consultant, San Jose, CA            1995 to 2000

         Directed a consulting service for manufacturing companies supplying parts to the Military and Aerospace electronics industries for mission critical applications. Collected data, investigated tools and developed comprehensive quality systems to include key metrics and goal setting.

    ·    Synthesized problems and communicated effectively with senior engineers and managers

    working on parts, quality management and process improvement.Negotiated with program leads to provide trade-offs and solutions for customer problems.

    ·    Reviewed business practices  and processes seeking avenues to improve efficiencies.

     Conducted technical analysis to validate designs, including but not limited to: trait studies, product design, system/component integration, mathematical modeling, and reliability analysis. 

     

    PRIOR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

     

    Sr.Component Engineer: Sun Microsystems, Inc.Palo Alto, CA. (Failures reduced by 25%)

    Component Engineer: Data Technology Corp,San Jose, CA. (Primary point of contact)          

    Component Engineer: Memorex,San Jose, CA. (Enhanced comprehensive quality system)                                  

    Quality Assurance and Reliability Engineer: Intersil,San Jose, CA. (Lead DDMOS NPI)               

    Quality Assurance and Reliability Engineer: Fairchild,Mountain View, CA. (Lead NPI)

     

    EDUCATION

    ·    MSEE & BS in Mathematics & Physics, University of Paris XI Sud, Orsay, France


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