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    PROFILE

    ·         Willing to take full responsibility over a project’s welfare

    ·         Performs duties under minimal supervision

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    October 2014 – Present             Manager – Flight Dynamics Team

    Broadband Broadcast Services, Pte. Ltd. - Philippine Branch (Asia Broadcast Satellite)

    Subic Space Center, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines     

     

    October 2013 – October 2014    Senior Mission Analyst

    Broadband Broadcast Services, Pte. Ltd. - Philippine Branch (Asia Broadcast Satellite)

    Subic Space Center, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines     

     

    March 2011- October 2013        Mission Analyst

    Broadband Broadcast Services, Pte. Ltd. - Philippine Branch (Asia Broadcast Satellite)

    Subic Space Center, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines                                               

     

    SEMINARS/TRAININGS ATTENDED

     

    May 2015                      First International Conjunction Assessment Workshop

                                        The Centre national d'études spatiales, Paris, France

     

    July 2014                       Boeing 702SP Satellite Training

                                        El Segundo, California

     

    May 2011 – May 2012    Trainee, Flight Dynamics, Systems Engineering and Satellite Operations

    KT Space Control Center

    Yong-in, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

     

     

    ACTIVITIES DURING EMPLOYMENT

     

     

    May - June 2012                        ABS1A (Inclined) Satellite Control Transition

                                        Transition

                                        Led the transition of Orbit Control from Korea Telecoms to Asia Broadcast Satellite

                                        Transition lasted for 2 months

                                        Utilized Mission Analysis Software (MAS) to generate and verify satellite orbit, correct antenna biases and generate other parameters in sync with Korea Telecoms

     

    May 2012 – May 2015    ABS1A (Inclined) Satellite Control Transition

                                        Primary Mission Analyst

     

    May 2012 - Present        Conjunction Analysis

                                        Leads and provides for in-house Collosion Avoidance notices and Closest Approaches

     

    November 2012             ABS1 (Geostationary) Satellite Control Transition

                                        Transition

                                        Led the transition of Orbit Control from Lockheed Martin to Asia Broadcast Satellite

                                        Transition lasted for 2 weeks

                                        Studied Orbit Analysis Software (OASYS) to generate and verify satellite orbit, correct antenna biases and generate other parameters in sync with Lockheed Martin

     

    November 2012-August 2014           ABS1 (Geostationary)

                                        Primary Mission Analyst

     

    November 2013                        ABS2i Relocation to 74.7 deg E

                                        Collision Avoidance

                                        Headed the in-house Conjunction and Collision Avoidance Analyses for the relocation of ABS2i

     

    January 2014                 ABS1A Relocation to 78 deg E

                                        Primary Mission Analyst

                                        Successfully planned and executed the relocation of ABS1A

     

    February 2014               ABS1 Relocation to 75.075 deg E

    Primary Mission Analyst

                                        Successfully planned and executed the relocation of ABS1

     

    January-February 2014   ABS1 and ABS2 Migration Plan

                                        Colocation Strategy

    Drafted Colocation Strategy to be employed by Asia Broadcast Satellite in its migration plan for ABS1 and ABS2; analyzed all operational, customer and management requirements to derive the most applicable strategy

     

    February 2014               ABS2

                                        Handover

    Assisted the analysis and general Mission Analysis Strategies to be applied for the long-term control of newly launched ABS Satellite.

     

    March 2014                   ABS1 Relocation to 75 deg E

    Primary Mission Analyst

                                        Successfully planned and executed the relocation of ABS1

     

    May 2015                      ABS1A Deorbit

    Primary Mission Analyst

                                        Successfully deorbited ABS1A given the remaining fuel

     

    September 2015             ABS3A Handover

    Primary Mission Analyst

                                        Tested OASYS version and database for ABS3A

                                        Successfully transitioned ABS3A from Boeing

                                        Currently operating ABS3A as primary analyst

     

                                       

    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

                                        Calculate end-of-life estimate of spacecraft

                                        Plan satellite decommissioning/de-orbit and relocation maneuvers

     

     

    EDUCATION

    2005 – 2010                  HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY

                                        Angeles City, Philippines

    Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering

    Magna cum Laude

     

    2001-2005                     HOLY FAMILY ACADEMY

    Angeles City, Philippines

    High School Diploma, March 2005

    Honorable Mention, Graduating Batch

     

    1995-2001                     HOLY FAMILY ACADEMY

    Angeles City, Philippines

    Elementary Diploma, March 2001

    Honorable Mention, Graduating Batch


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