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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:02-11-2012
     Last Modified:29-11-2012 (08:02)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Space Tourism
     KeywordsSelf motivated ,assertive, team player, leader, knowledgable, new ideas
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

     

    I am seeking to continue my career in the space industry. At a company where I can use my skills and experience to the best advantage.

     

    SUMMARY

     

    Self motivated and assertive with a proven record of working within a budget. Also well organized and efficient. Skilled at organizing complex projects, defining project priorities, and delegating tasks. I have been both a team leader and member in both large and small teams.

     

    PROFFESIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

     

    Technical

    Wrote computer simulations for the database build-up, checkout and analysis phases for various Boeing airplanes.

    Performed in the wind tunnel tests at Boeing Transonic Wind Tunnel.

    Produced and analyzed plots of the data from wind tunnel tests and flight tests for Boeing airplanes.

    Assisted on the proof of match documents and accident/incident investigations.

    Produced three-dimensional illustrations of 747/767 airplane structures and electrical wiring and mechanical drawings of Mini-master light airplane.

    Assisted in the flight test of a new propeller for a Mini-Master light airplane.

    Researched nose-over maneuvers for the air launch of a small launch vehicle for the Boeing Company.

    Designed space vehicle using an advanced aero-spike rocket engine.

     

    Creative

    Designed aircraft structures for a Mini-Master light airplane.

    Developed process for enhancing wind tunnel test tuff photographs, which improved test results.

    Developed air-launched space vehicle.

     

    Management

    As Communication Focal managed communications for remote wind tunnel testing.

    As Computing Focal managed for the computing requirements for the department.

    Led a twelve-member team for the computer migration.

    As Building Floor Safety Focal managed the safety and training for six hundred employees.

     

    Communication

    Planned wind tunnel test procedures for the various Boeing aircraft.

    Wrote several sections for various Predicted Flight Characteristics documents for various Boeing aircraft.

    Wrote Engine Supplement document and numerous coordination sheets for various Boeing aircraft.

    Preformed presentations regarding information on various Boeing airplane projects.

    Produce weekly and monthly reports on the status of drawings as Drawing Status Focal., quarterly and yearly statistics of tail strikes for the Boeing fleet as Tail Strike Focal.

     

    Organization

    Organized and maintained Coordination Sheet Database.

    Assisted in the documentation of procedures for several aviation groups.

    Organized and maintained computer database of engineering data.

     

     

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Professional Positions, 1990 to 1998

    Aerodynamics Engineering Data Analyst and Technical Illustrator the Boeing Company, Everett WA; 1991 to 1998.

    Assistant Engineer, Powers Bashforth Aircraft Company, Marysville WA; 1991.

    Technical Illustrator, Tad Technical Services, Seattle WA; 1990 to 1990.

     

    Temporary Assignments During Career Development And Search, 1999 To 2011

    Operator/Inspector, Tension Corp., Temecula Ca.

    Technical Support, Kelly Services, Temecula Ca.

    Production worker, Kimco Staffing, Temecula Ca.

    Production worker, Professional Hospital Supply, Temecula Ca.

    Assembler, Manpower, Inc., Temecula Ca.

    Dishwasher, 5 & Diner Restaurant, Temecula Ca.

    EDM Operator and Technical Support, Kelly Services, Temecula Ca.

    QA Test Operator, Manpower, Inc., Temecula Ca.

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Certificate Aerospace Engineering and Drafting, 1990, Washington Institute of Applied Technology, Seattle, WA.

    Certificate AutoCAD, 1987, Applied Technology Training Center, Everett, WA.

    Certificate General Drafting, 1985, North American School of Drafting, Scranton, PA.

     

    COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS

     

    Apollo and HPUX, AutoCAD, Adapt/Plot, Pegasus, PSIM, CATIA, AGPS basic, UNIX, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Freelance Graphics , Acrobat Distiller & Exchange, Microsoft Windows, Adobe PhotoShop, Exceed basic.

     

    AWARDS

     

    Certificate of Achievement, the Boeing Company, 1998.

    Five-Year Service Award, the Boeing Company, 1996.

    Certificate of Achievement, the Boeing Company 1996.

    Pride in Excellence, the Boeing Company 1993 and 1992.

    Certificate of Merit, North American School of Drafting 1978.

     

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