UNITED SPACE ALLIANCE, SOLID ROCKET BOOSTER ELEMENT
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) Operations Engineering Group
Operations Engineering Staff – Provide technical direction and support for engineering activities related to SRB Operations activity (transition and retirement activities, maintenance, modification, trouble-shooting and repair). Direct work assignments, establish priorities, and coordinate work progression to meet schedules and budget allocation. Assure compliance with all USA company requirements, operational procedures, and operational safety requirements. Prepare manufacturing documentation and provide written, oral responses to various reporting mechanisms for presentation to management at all levels throughout the SRB Element organization and the NASA Customer. Supports safe operations regarding hazardous material handling and safe disposal. Responsible for implementing documentation changes into the Operations process and compliance to design requirements of Ares/Space Launch Systems flight hardware preparations and preservation activities during processing. Other duties included basis of estimates, cost proposal estimates, process flow creation to actual implementation and execution of planned operations.
Disassembly/Refurbishment Engineering Manager – Assignment to perform supervisory, administrative, and technical duties in managing a diverse team of SRB/RSRM Disassembly/ Refurbishment Engineers. Provide technical responsibility for all engineering activities related to SRB/RSRM Retrieval, Disassembly and Refurbishment activity (maintenance, modification, trouble-shooting and repair). Direct work assignments, establish priorities, and coordinate work progression to meet schedules and budget allocation. Assure compliance with all USA company requirements, operational procedures, and operational safety requirements. Prepare manufacturing documentation and provide written, oral responses to various reporting mechanisms (e.g., CAR’s, Audit Findings, VSP, Safety and Environmental reports, etc.) for presentation to management at all levels throughout the SRB Element organization and the NASA Customer. Supported safe operations regarding hazardous material handling and disposal processing. Responsible for implementing documentation changes into the operational process and compliance to design requirements of flight hardware during processing. Alternate Test Conductor for the Aft Skirt Thrust Vector Control Safing/hypergolic fuel offload.
Special Assignment as NASA’s Ares I-X Constellation Program IPT Lead/Flow Manager – Assignment in support of buildup assembly of the Fifth Segment Simulator, recovery and disassembly of the Ares I-X First Stage. Other duties included basis of estimates, cost proposal estimates, process flow creation to actual implementation and execution of planned operations in three separate facilities. Also incorporated Earned Value Management System for assessing the value of work performed utilizing Control Account Management methods, schedule development, daily status updates and interface meetings with engineers and technicians to complete tasks on time and on schedule.
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION, P&W Liquid Space Propulsion
West Palm Beach, Florida
P&W Leadership Development Program (LDP) CORE Rotation – management development of four separate company business assignments, for six months each, to gain exposure and experience in company core areas. Areas included are;
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION, P&W SPACE PROPULSION/USBI
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Solid Rocket Booster Forward Assembly Engineering Group
Senior Mechanical Engineer - Assignment to develop, prepare, coordinate and revise Assembly and Manufacturing documentation for assembly and processing of Forward Assembly components of the Solid Rocket Booster (SRB). Implement design changes into the manufacturing process by creating and revising Routing Operation Document System (RODS) documentation and Manufacturing Bills of Material (MBOM) to insure NASA Operations and Maintenance Requirements and Specifications Document (OMRSD) requirements are incorporated. Other duties include assignment to develop, prepare, coordinate and provide Problem Report resolution against discrepant components using the Non-conformance Information System (NIS). Coordinate with configuration Management, Design Support Engineering and the NASA customer concerning design and as-built hardware discrepancies. Primarily responsible for facilitating mechanical integration of the SRB non-motor segments and coordination with several organizations to ensure production schedule delivery (i.e., Frustum, Parachute, Nose Cap, and Forward Skirt Assembly build-up).
McDONNELL DOUGLAS CORPORATION
St. Louis, Missouri and Titusville, Florida Locations
Aircraft & Combat Weapons Engineering Group
Design/Liaison Engineer –Responsible for providing technical engineering support in an Unionized manufacturing, assembly and machine shop working on multiple aircraft/missile Defense Programs and related Ground Support Equipment (GSE)*. Incorporated design changes in the revision of drawings (i.e., Engineering Orders (EO's)) to facilitate component manufacture, assembly and continuous improvement to lower production costs. Duties included assignment to develop, prepare, coordinate and provide Problem Report resolution against discrepant components. Responsibilities also included customer support to comply with contractual obligations of production components within the requirements of Military & Federal specifications.
*Programs included: F-4 Phantom, F15 Eagle, F-18 Hornet, AV-8 Harrier II, Harpoon Missile, Tomahawk Cruise Missile, F-15 Conformal Fuel Tank Support Equipment (GSE), AIM-7F Rocket Launcher Assembly and the M-47 Dragon Anti-tank weapon system.
EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY
M.B. in Business Administration in Aviation
B.S. in Aircraft Engineering Technology
A.S. in Aviation Maintenance Technician
FAA Certified Airframe and Powerplant license
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Project Management Program Certificate
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