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     Date Submitted:17-07-2013
     Last Modified:19-07-2013 (07:39)
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     Current job:Engineering Technician VII
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsDOORS, Configuration Management, Librarian, Data Management, Tech Writer, ArcGIS
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    OBJECTIVE: To secure a challenging career that emphasizes increasing responsibility, personal growth, and professional achievement.

    CLEARANCE: Secret
     

    EDUCATION: Louisville Technical Institute…Degree in Drafting
    University of Louisville …majored in Science
    University of Cambridge , UK ...Psychology - certificate in Coaching

     

    EXPERIENCE: GENERAL ATOMICS: 2/2007 – … Engineering Technician VII
    Systems Requirements Management involving decomposition, allocation, traceability & validation for the ElectroMagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS). Work with Design IPT Engineers (Integrated Product Team) to establish requirements relationships from Tier-1 (System) level specifications through Component Performance Specs (CPS’s). Assist in the development of the Requirements Tractability Matrix (RTM) & Validation Cross-Reference Matrix (VCRM) in support of the Functional Configuration Audits (FCA). Incorporate Engineering Change Notices (ECN’s) resulting from the Engineering Review Boards (ERB’s) assessment of Engineering Change Requests (ECR’s) into the Requirements Management DataBase. Provide support in the development of dependency models used in assessing fault detection & fault isolation capabilities of the EMALS system entering reliability data using Relex & FMECA (Failure Modes Effect Criticality Analysis) & testability data into the diagnostic assessment tool eXpress., & ProE.

    LOCKHEED-MARTIN: 8/2005 – 1-2007… Engineering Technician Senior Specialist
    Directly supported the Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) program at Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), WSMR (White Sands Missile Range, NM) Remote Site Launch Operations (RSLO), & NASA/Huntsville, AL. Wrote classified procedures, processes, & assign severity, occurrence, risk priority & detection codes for consequences using Functional Failure Mode Effects & Analysis (FFMEA) Satellite Communications (SatCom). Served on Material Review Board. Promoted to Missile Power Monitor for voltage input/outputs on Launcher-Missile Interface Test Computers (LMITC) & Remote Interface Test Console (RITC) & Laser Firing Units (LFU). Worked with QA & CM. Disassembled spent missile canisters. Worked in, on, & around Launchers, Environmental Shelters, Ground Test Units (GTU), Power Distribution Units (PDU), Tactical Station Group (TSG), Army Test & Evaluation Command (ATEC), Launch & Test Support Equipment (L&TSE), Telemetry Ground Stations, Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS), blockhouse, launchpads, Cold Focal Plane Array (CFPA), RF, Radar & Re-Radiation. Promoted to Command, Control & Battle Manager Component - C2BMC/Fire Control using UNIX. Pulled hard drives from racks on sensitive equipment & replaced with working ones or updated ones; ran fiber optic cables through conduit between facilities; ran Built-In Tests (BIT). ESD certified; Ammunition & Explosives Level II certified; UnExploded Ordnance certified; Cranes, Chains, Slings, Hoists & Tagline Certified; Foreign Object Control & Elimination (FOD/FOE) certified; Hazardous Communications (HazCom) certified; Fuming Nitric Acid & Mixed Oxides of Nitrogen Compliance; Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS); had Soldier-in-the-Loop training with emphasis on Combat Readiness. Training on SAP.

     

    NORTHROP-GRUMMAN: 2/2004 – 8/2005…Systems Engineer Technician Specialist
    Added necessary attributes & established trace links for Requirements Management using DOORS software, & evaluation of design alternatives to reduce operating/support costs for the Comanche Program. Provide support to specialty engineering disciplines such as Reliability, Maintainability, System Safety, & Logistics by entering data into specialty tools (i.e. RELEX) and processing information to assist in the generation of formal reports. Support design, products & fielding of avionics equipment, including h/w & s/w. Developed hierarchal dependency modeling, allocations & predictions, failure mode effects & critical analysis (FMECA) & risk reductions using the eXpress Diagnostic Assessment modeling tool set, & imbedded system diagnostic capabilities to determine Fault Detection (FD) and Fault Isolation (FI) for the generation of system testability assessments and system level diagnostic strategies. Also responsible for administration of user privileges and archiving baselines for CM control of requirements, specifications, and test plans.

     

    RAYTHEON: 7/2001 – 5/2002…Senior Engineering Assistant
    Developed process flow diagrams and functional flow diagrams with MS Visio in C3I Systems. Edited technical white papers for content and grammar. Assemble Power Point presentations for 
    technical interchange meetings and customer briefings for the NMCI Project. Assisted in the coordination of meetings, formal reviews, and administrative functions. Technical Publishing & Data Entry. Escort customers & new on-site personnel around, & coordinate interview schedules. Record maintenance, retrieval & archiving.

     

    BAE/BRITISH AEROSPACE: 8/2000 – 6/2001… Engineering Aid
    Edited technical manuals for Engineers working extensively with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio. Supported Director of the Product Assurance & Product Support Dept. Assisted the Librarian. Responsible for maintaining the company’s acronym database/Lexicon. Maintained department inventory and updated standard parts database for Boeing. Establish training requirements and training sessions for the Military & Simulation Division based on discipline, & keep them current for SEI inspection & auditing. Make travel arrangements & expense reports.

     

    HONEYWELL AVIONICS - GNO: 12/1999 – 8/2000… Admin. Assist.
    Updated schedules and financial databases for Program Managers. Developed and edited Power-Point presentations for managers and engineering staff. Edited documents for the technical publications department. Administrated meeting schedules and facilities for technical interchange meetings and customer briefings.

     

    WINGS AVIATION: 10/1994 – 10/1999…Executive Assistant to President.
    Payroll, dispatching pilots & mechanics for LearJet charter operation, light bookkeeping – accounts payable/receivables, data entry, mailroom activity, airport authorization & traveling. Had check-signing capabilities & was in charge of Human Resources.

     

    CITY OF LOUISVILLE : 4/1985 – 4/1995…Surveyor
    Worked on a survey crew as a lineman measuring the land; sometimes read the transit. Dispatch, Payroll, Customer Service & Mailroom facilities. Trained with GIS. Worked with overlays primarily. Was also on-call a lot. Worked with HazMat (hazardous materials)/MSDS/Industrial Waste, solid waste & waste water. Tested water & environment & entered data in a variety of software programs. Kept customers informed of their status. Worked in conjunction with other municipalities & government agencies on many levels, including the local water supply company.

     

    FAIRCHILD AIRCRAFT CORP: 3/1984 – 3/1985…Material Control.
    Kept & maintained inventory of aircraft parts, tools, equipment & supplies. Proper storage, transfer, Shipping & Receiving of delicate, expensive instruments. Procurement, Logistics.
    In charge of all the out-stations in the eastern half of the United States , either assembling them, or keeping them populated with parts and tools. Traveled extensively.

     

    OTHER EXPERIENCES include extensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite; Tech Pubs, proofreading; data-entry, gathering data/research. + Several additional years as TechWriter/Technical Editor. Record maintenance & retrieval. Payroll; dispatch. Medical transcriptionist; also, typing depositions for a Court Reporter. Traveling. Avionics inventory. Trained with GIS & Remote Sensing; survey, plot, & analyze GPS data/geographical spatial & aerial mapping. Assisted meteorologists. Have MatLab & AutoCad. Did volunteer work at a zoo, worked for a Veterinarian, & in a pet-shop, & owned my own pet-sitting service.. Member of the Archaeological Society. Was assistant to the Secretary of the Louisville Chapter of the United Nations. Notary.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS: Already have Secret Clearance. Am efficient, organized, flexible; dedicated; motivated self-starter; fast learner; attention to detail; take direction well. Can travel at a moment’s notice.


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