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     Date Submitted:21-02-2013
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     Current job:Senior Logistics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsAcquisition Logistician/Systems Engineer
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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    9/12 - current  Senior Logistics Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane IN.

    Provide logistics engineering support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Airborne Electronics Attack Division.  Provide the 10 elements of logistics support. Provided maintenance planning and updating support for tactical RADAR jamming hardware. Researched drawings to determine and fix to proper hardware breakdowns, LCN items in SLICwave LSAR databases. Clearance: Secret

    9/11 - 9/12  Logistics Analyst,  Naval Air Warfare Center, Patuxent River, MD.

    Provide logistics engineering support to the US Navy/Boeing 737 based Poseidon P-8 anti-submarine warfare platform. Iterated, developed and updated various P-8A Poseidon Maintenance Planning Analyses; Identified and assessed the maintenance implications of major system or equipment alternatives; Determined alternative maintenance concepts and updated plans as required. Reviewed, researched, analyzed, and provided recommendations for the P-8 platform mission systems Level of Repair Analysis (LORA). Worked with the COMPASS LORA system. Worked LORA issues for Electronic Support Measures, Electro-optical Infrared, Communications Subsystem, Early Warning and Self Protection and other anti-submarine and surface warfare mission systems. Evaluated LSA data, Identified variances from documented plans, recommended corrective actions and tracked implementation to meet depot activation deadlines.  Clearance: Secret

    1/08 - 3/11 Logistics Engineer, Jackson and Tull Chartered Engineers, 2625 Bay Area Boulevard, Houston, TX.   77058

    Planned, implemented, verified and developed MIL-STD-1388-2B, Mil-PRF-49506 Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) products on time and under budget, in support of the Lockheed-NASA Crew Exploration Vehicle design, test-certification, operation, and maintenance. Developed (EAGLE) LSAR database system. Performed level of repair, supportability, maintenance task, risk analysis and life cycle cost (LCC) recommendations. Utilized 3-D software to view and manipulate CAD illustrations to analyze and resolve supportability issues, produce logistics technical documentation and training system data & illustrations. Worked human factors, safety, maintainability, risk, and tools-support equipment issues to resolution. Worked in concert with design engineers and manufacturers to assure development of a Life Cycle supportable design. Evaluated and recommended alternative system designs for optimized LCC supportability. Developed SPTD. Coordinated detailed product analysis to assure integration of support considerations during the systems engineering design process. Skills include experience and knowledge of DoD and NASA space systems engineering and sustainment engineering requirements and processes. 

    1/99 - 12/07 United Space Alliance, 600 Gemini Ave., Houston, TX.  77058.  International Space Station (ISS) program, Johnson Space Center

    Sub-Systems Logistics Engineer: On-Orbit Vehicle Maintenance Team: Performed spares asset management to support and maintain the International Space Station.  Developed the increment-specific On-orbit Maintenance Plan to implement corrective, preventive and on-orbit maintenance requirements for the ISS.  Provided support on console for real-time decision making for on-orbit asset tracking, failures, anomalies, spares usage and analysis, prioritized hardware for each flight. Determined ranking order for hardware to be flown. Worked flight hardware issues to resolution, providing hardware status to the NASA ISS program manager, worked manifest request requirements, safety concerns, reliability, maintainability and issues related to flying hardware on specific flights to include non-US vehicles.

    Payload Integration Manager: Served as the primary point of contact for integration of specified payload science programs and hardware to the ISS.  Tracked and coordinated delivery of all payload integration products to the ISS and the launch vehicle organizations.  Led ISS program involvement for major Payload Developer, preliminary and critical design reviews, ground operations, flight safety, system acceptance reviews and Export Control.  Developed program unique documents pertaining to Mission Integration.  Developed and performed duties as Interface Control Document Engineer.

    Payload Increment Engineer: Managed United States Operating System, Russian, and International Partner payload science flight ascent/descent assets, power, communications downlink, mass, volume, crew time, stage and joint task priorities. Managed the increment specific Payload Tactical Plan and schedules. Provided real-time mission console support during the increment. General tasks included integration process definition and refinement, participation in International Partner payload integration process development and refinement, integration issue resolution and coordination, interfaced with NASA Mission Managers. Reviewed payload integration agreements and payload interface control documents Verified and supported the Certification of Flight Readiness process.

    Payload ILS Manager: Managed all aspects of the ten elements of Payload Integrated Logistics Support Program.  Functioned as the focal point for Logistics and Maintenance for all Payload Science Programs and Payload Developers.  Reduced overall supportability costs by creating a commonality parts program to include International Partners. Functioned as the single point for integration of logistics resources among Payload Developers and the International community.

    2/88 – 12/98 Logistics Management Specialist,  U.S. Air Force,  Space & Missiles Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, El Segundo, CA.    90245

    Managed the acquisition of Integrated Logistics Support elements for the Air Force Satellite & Control Network program (1995 – 1998) and the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System Joint Program Office (1990 – 1995).  Work skills include: Working/training knowledge of the 10 Logistics Elements, FMECA/FMEA, MIL-STD 1388 LSAR team manager, maintenance planning, training development, spares support planning, spares and support equipment budgeting and acquisition. Performed technical order (TO) management, provisioning and spare parts requirements planning, packaging handling and transportation support, manpower and personnel planning, and facilities planning. Accomplished systems/hardware analyses inherent in designing complex electronic systems to meet performance, supportability, safety, reliability and maintainability.  Provided technical support to configuration management, training and training equipment requirements. Performed technical order verification and validation. Provided support as contract manager, proposal preparation & source selection support, developed presentation and communication skills, accomplished engineering change proposal evaluation, analysis and recommendation. Performed requirements and specifications analysis, and gave recommendations for process and product improvements. Clearance: Secret

    EDUCATION:

    Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois  62901

    BS.  School of Engineering & Technology: Industrial Technology

    MS. School of Education: Education, Training & Development

    University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, Texas  70058

    MS. School of Science and Computer Engineering: Systems Engineering (work in progress)

     

    CERTIFICATIONS:

    DAWIA/APDP Level III Program Management & Lifecycle Logistics, DOD

    Demonstrated Master Logistician (DML), International Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE)


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