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     Date Submitted:27-02-2013
     Last Modified:04-03-2013 (08:51)
    Job information
     Current job:Unemployed Assembly & Test Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsElectrical Electronics, Mechanical, troubleshoot, Testing, Repair, Structural
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    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

    - Safety and Environmental Performance

    - Strong Electronic Hydraulic, Pneumatic Capabilities

    - Metallic/Nonmetallic Heavy/Light Structural Assembly

    - Strong analytical skills and good communication skill

    - Strong Testing, Rework and Repair

    - Electrical, Electronic, and Mechanical Assembly

    - Successfully Completed Series of ULA Management Training

    - Strong Team Building Skill

    - Microsoft Office

    - Total Quality Management

    - Used Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma concepts to implement continuous process improvements

    - Strong familiarization wit- SAP, Orbits Software, and Green Belt Trained

    PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

    SUPERVISOR 2011 to 2012

    Triump- Aerostructures Vought Aircraft Division, Stuart, FL

    - Responsible for manufacture and delivery of the Boeing 777 Outboard Flaps

    - Accountable for Schedule, Cost, Safety and Environmental Performance

    - Responsible for Quality and Structural assembly riveting, modifying various aircraft metals composites, advanced composites and bonded components

    - Worked closely wit- Quality, Engineering, Finance and Human Resources

    ASSEMBLY & TEST MANAGER 2003 to 2011

    Boeing/United Launc- Alliance (ULA), Cape Canaveral, FL

    - Supervised / Manage hourly employees to control the quality, cost, safety

    - Promoted diversity and a constructive work environment

    - Aligned program objectives wit- laws, regulations and ULA policies/processes

    - Further developed an environment that encourages accurate and candid reporting of program progress

    - Approached new processes in an analytical fashion to ensure consistence in my approac- . Established, document, monitor and control program efforts, budgets, and schedules

    - Prioritized costs, schedules, and technical performance to satisfy the customer's desires and contract obligations

    - Identified issues, problems and concerns in order to apply corrective actions

    - Provided daily status reports of the program progress and/or difficulties

    - Strong background in Electrical/Mechanical on Delta II and Delta IV operations and Sub-Systems

    - Successfully Completed Series of ULA Management training. Environmental and Safety Coordinator and Training of Personal Protective Equipment usage

    - Managed activities in the Horizontal Integration Facility (HIF), Delta IV Launc- Complex (SLC-37) (SLC-6), and the Delta II Launc- Complex (SLC-17) (SLC-2). (SRM) Solid Rocket Motor Assembly, SpaceCraft Upper stage

    PRODUCTION OPERATION MANAGER / TECHNICIAN 1997 to 2003

    Boeing Company, SPACEHAB, Cape Canaveral, FL

    - Experienced wit- staffing and directing the SPACEHAB Payload Processing Facility (SPPF) assembly and test work groups

    - Scheduled that lists the key events and how eac- participating team supports those events

    - Defined policies and procedures to be used

    - Experienced wit- production techniques, assembly and integration operations, and mechanical, electrical,

    - electronic hydraulic, pneumatic, and Metallic/Nonmetallic Structural assembly, ground and flight hardware requirements

    - Strong analytical skills and good communication skills.

    - Organized the equipment in the facility and facility maintenance, fire system, elevator, crane, A/C maintenance and ground operations

    - Supervised logistics, shipping and receiving, transportation, stock control, inventory record keeping, packaging and crating of flight hardware

    LEAD MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN 1997

    Northrop Grumman Corporation, Melbourne, FL

    - Refurbishing of the Boeing 707 aircraft J-Star Program

    - Sheet Metal and Structural Mechanic/Light and Heavy duty Structural Maintenance and Repair

    - Electrical and Electronic Testing and Repair/Strong Mechanical Capabilities

    LEAD MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN 1995 to 1997

    ECC Corporation, Orlando, FL

    - Assembly of M1 and Bradley tanks simulators and testing

    - Electrical, Electronic, and Mechanical assembly components and testing

    - Worked from blueprints and schematics

    - Installed Simulators at various military insulations throughout the U.S

    LEAD MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN 1985 to 1995

    McDonnell Douglas Missile Systems Company, Titusville, FL

    - Performed initial production, development, assembly, testing and rework.

    - Repaired and tested the Tomahawk Cruise Missile systems using procedures suc- as hig- pressure pneumatic, hydraulic, nitrogen, argon, and helium augmented by computer aided diagnostic testing equipment; use of variety of hand and power tools, electrical and electronic measuring equipment, (Multitester, Ohm/ Volt meter

    MILITARY EXPERIENCE

    United States Army- Honorable Discharge

    CLEARANCE

    Secret DOD clearance

    EDUCATION

    L.A. Community College, California

    Brevard Community College

    Phoenix University


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