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     Date Submitted:13-05-2013
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     Current job:Systems Integration Engineer/ Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within a month
     Industry:, , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsproject management, integration
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

    United Space Alliance

    3/2008 - Present

     

     

    Houston US

     

     

     

     

    Hours per week: 55

     

     

    Systems Integration Engineer

     

     

    Primary role as project integration manager for the International Space Station (ISS) program at NASA Johnson Space Center.  This role came after successfully working and leading a project as a software developer for procedure automation program used on the ISS. The project manager position supports various program level boards and working group meetings as the representative for the ISS flight control and training teams. These boards require interacting with different contractors and international partners to meet deadlines for a timely delivery and implementation of many software components to the ISS and MCC-Houston as well as the integration of software with various NASA program offices and agencies. These include ESA, JAXA, Russia, Italian Space Agency, Boeing, NASA Program Office, Safety community members, and the Operations community.Responsible for coordination of software change and update impacts and responses from the Flight Controllers and gathering required comments and concurrences. Also represent forums to coordinate and create software to provide down linked telemetry data used for real time mission operations. Recently received two awards for developing and implementing a solution to reduce costs and more efficiently manage time and resources for the flight control team and NASA as a whole. Also have received two performance awards for work on managing and developing a program to ensure life support equipment required for mission success was shut down correctly and quickly in the event of a failure.  See Awards section. Several additional duties including developing and teaching a lesson for new flight controllers on command scripting software, teaching a lesson on the basics of the ISS to new employees.

     

     

    United Space Alliance

    7/2006 - 3/2008

     

     

    Houston US

     

     

     

     

    Hours per week: 45

     

     

    Flight Control and Crew Training

     

     

    Instructor for the Command and Data Handling system on-board the ISS. Certified to teach astronauts, flight controllers, and other instructors on the. Have trained numerous crew members, flight controllers, flight directors, and International Partner flight controllers and trainers on the Caution and Warning notification system hardware and software of the ISS. Worked with Energia representatives testing a new version of the Russian Segment Software for use in the Space Station Training Facility used by the training community to prepare astronauts for live on-board the ISS.

     

     

    TexasChristian University

    9/2005 - 12/2005

     

     

    Fort Worth, US

    Salary: 10.00 USD Per Hour

     

     

     

    Hours per week: 10

     

     

    Research Assistant

     

     

    Assist in analyzing data from several astronomical catalogues for use in graduate student research. Analysis includes work in IDL, IRAF, and using the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.  

     

     

    Texas Christian University Department of Physics and Astronomy

    9/2004 - 9/2005

     

     

    Fort Worth US

    Salary: 80.00 USD Per Week

     

     

     

    Hours per week: 8

     

     

    Teaching Assistant-Introductory Astronomy Lab

     

     

    Instructed two semesters of undergraduate introductory astronomy laboratory. Responsible for all grading, preparation, and teaching of two sections. Experience led to a request to create an activity for middle school children; see Honors section.  

     

     

    Planning Systems Inc.

    8/2001 - 8/2003

     

     

    Slidell US

    Salary: 13.00 USD Per Hour

     

     

     

    Hours per week: 25

     

     

    Systems Analyst

     

     

    Worked under scientists and engineers on a project involving ground penetrating radar technology.
    Designed a database, analyzed data from the unit, created a webpage for the project, and prepared presentations for clients and supervisors. Worked as documentation assistant for several of the company's employees, writing and editing technical documents in LATEX and converting presentations into papers suitable for submission to publications.

     

    EDUCATION

    Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

     

     

    Master's Degree - 9/2010

     

     

    Major: Masters of Aeronautical Science

     

     

    GPA: 3.9 out of 4.0

     

     

     

     

     

    TexasChristian University

     

     

    Fort Worth, Texas US

     

     

    Bachelor's Degree - 12/2005

     

     

    132.0 Semester Hours

     

     

    Major: Physics and Astronomy

     

     

    Minor: Mathematics

     

     

    Awards

    November 2011- USA Performance Award: Given in recognition for outstanding leadership in the development in the development of Timeliner bundle to automate tasks onboard the ISS.

     

    March 2011- Division Employee of the Month: Identified a technical solution that reduces overall risk to the ISS program and significantly helps MOD do their job. Coordinated testing and implementation of this method with the HTV JAXA Engineering team, the HTV JAXA Ops team, the MOD PHALCON team, and OD testing and IP integration teams. The new method will result in zero cost to both the program and MOD and eliminate a moderate risk to the vehicle. 

     

    July 2010- USA Employee of the Quarter: Given in recognition for outstanding support to the ISS program to mitigate the loss of ISS Regenerative ECLSS software using Timeliner.

     

    June 2010- USA Performance Award: Given in recognition for outstanding development and support of the Timeliner project development team.

     

     

     

    JOB RELATED TRAINING

    Certified Command Position for ISS

    Certified Timeliner Ops class instructor

    Certified Caution and Warning Ops class instructor - completed November 2006

    Certified Caution and Warning Ops Crew class instructor - completed September 2007

     

    AFFILIATIONS

    TCU Society of Physics Students

    President 2004-2005

     

    REFERENCES

    Stein Cantrell-Avloes

    United Space Alliance

     

     

     

    Email Address:

    Stein.Cantrell-Avloes-1(at)nasa.gov

     

     

    Reference Type:

    Professional

     

     

    Robin Evans

    Jacobs Engineering Group

     

     

     

     

    Email Address:

    Robin.Evans(at)jacobs.com

     

     

    Reference Type:

    Professional

     

     

    Michelle Prewitt

    RiceUniversity/FERMI Lab

     

     

     

     

    Email Address:

    mvprewitt(at)gmail.com

     

     

    Reference Type:

    Professional /Personal

     

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

     

    June 2005-October 2005 Waking an Anemic Giant: Exploring a Recently Discovered Circumnuclear Star Forming Ring, independent research, continuation of previous work with new data, presented at October meeting of Texas Section American Physical Society, assistance provided by Dr. Pam Marcum, Jacqueline Dunn, Dr. Mike Fanelli.

     

    January 2005-May 2005 Waking an Anemic Giant: Exploring a Recently Discovered Circumnuclear Star Forming Ring, Advisor: Dr. Pam Marcum.

     

    SPECIAL SKILLS

     

    Novice-Intermediate knowledge Linux and Solaris operating systems

    Expert knowledge of LaTex and MikTex documentation system

    Novice-Intermediate knowledge of IDL

    Beginning knowledge of IRAF

    Intermediate graphic-design skills useful in presentations and publications including Canvas, Visio, Excel, SigmaPlot, and Power Point

    Beginning knowledge of operation of advanced telescopes including 0.8m telescope at McDonald Observatory

     

    HONORS

     

    TexasChristian University, Society of Physics Students, elected to office of President, September 2004-September 2005.

     

    Sought out by department faculty to represent the Department of Physics and Astronomy by presenting research at the Texas Section of the American Physical Society meeting, Fall 2005.

     

    Hand selected to create an activity for middle school children to learn about how spectroscopy is used in the Deep Impact space mission for the TCU/Lockheed Martin Space Day. Wrote experiment, trained workers, found volunteers for activities, and designed worksheet for activity as well as overseeing activity the day of and making sure all activities ran smoothly.

     

    Appointed Spouse Transition Ombudsman by the Chief Petty Officers Transition Committee for the season June - September 2005. Responsible for assisting new Chief spouses through the transition process.

     

    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

     

    Selected as mentor for the Reduced Gravity Mentorship Program. Mentors are selected to assist in proposal writing, experiment development, and execution of an experiment to be performed in the NASA KC-130 Reduced Gravity aircraft, also known as the Vomit Comet. Assisted in the experiment set up to ensure all safety regulations were followed and completed one revolution of the experiment which tested the effect micro-gravity had on the releasing of water droplets conducted by undergraduate students at Purdue University.

     

    Started highly successful First Annual Santa for Soldiers, December 2004, collecting items to send to deployed troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Collected over $2000 the first year in goods and monetary donations and over $5000 in December 2005. Support provided by Chancellor Victor Boschini and the Dean's Office of the College of Science and Engineering, Texas Christian University. Coordinated efforts with Navy Relief and multiple commands at NAS JRB Fort Worth to ensure prompt Christmas delivery.

     

     



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