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     Date Submitted:30-07-2013
     Last Modified:14-08-2013 (02:15)
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     Current job:Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsAeronautical Engineering, Reliability, Safety and Systems
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    Supportability / System Engineer

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

     

    Lockheed Martin UK Integrated Systems, Havant

    May 2012 - Present

     

     

    Senior Systems Engineer

     

    Ø      Successfully produced radar functional model and dynamic behavior documentation.

    Ø      Successfully captured Human Machine Interface (HMI) requirements through HMI workshops.

    Ø      Successfully produced use cases and operational sequences to assist in the design of user interfaces.

    Ø      Undertake Hierarchical Task Analysis (HTA).

    Ø      Produce prototype Graphical User Interface (GUI) designs.

    Ø      Interact effectively with user representatives to present, evaluate and shape design concepts.

    Ø      Provide support to Verification and Validation activities to progress the project through its Functional Configuration Audit (FCA).

    Ø      Support Requirements Sell-off through the analysis of aircraft data, fault investigation and resolution of technical issues arising during test and validation.

     

    Ultra Electronics Communication and Integrated Systems, London

    2007 – May 2012

     

     

    Integrated Logistic Support (ILS)

     

    Ø      Produced Integrated Logistics Support Plans and Reports.

    Ø      Produced / Analyzed Availability and Reliability Predictions and Reliability Block Diagrams.

    Ø      Undertook Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

    Ø      Undertook Human Factors Integration and Reporting.

    Ø      Produced Recommended Spares Lists and Critical Items Lists.

    Ø      Successfully influenced component selection resulting in the overall increase in system reliability.

    Ø      Successfully predicted spares requirements to support in-service operations.

    Ø      Successfully supported the integration of communication systems from the bid phase through to introduction to service. (Tornado Aircraft, Sirkosky Helicopter, Fire Shadow and BLADE unmanned air vehicles).

     

    Safety and Environmental Engineering

    Ø      Developed Fault Tree Analysis.

    Ø      Assessed concept designs to determine if they are likely to achieve numerical safety targets.

    Ø      Developed Hazard Logs and tracked Hazard Status’ throughout the product lifecycle.

    Ø      Successfully produced Safety and Environmental Management Plans and Case Reports to both UK (Defence Standard 00-56, ASEMS POEMS and POSMS) and US (Military Standard 882) requirements.

     

    Contractor Logistic Support

    Ø      Successfully extended a five year support contract and was the single point of contact for customer queries.

    Ø      Created Work Breakdown Structures and Costing Sheets for contracted in-service support tasks.

    Ø      Successfully met project milestones, schedule and budget requirements.

    Ø      Prepared Monthly Status Reports for inclusion in Internal Business Reviews.

    Ø      Managed Obsolescence and purchasing of End Of Life stock.

     

     

    EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

     

    Masters of Science Degree in Human Factors and Safety Assessment in Aeronautics – Cranfield University 2005 – 2006

    Risk and Reliability Engineering, Human Performance and Error, Air Transport Management, Management for Technology and Human Factors for Aircraft Design.

     

    Bachelors Degree in Aeronautical Engineering  - Farnborough College of Technology 2002 – 2005

    Reliability Engineering, Aircraft Electrical Systems, Electrical and Electronic Principals, Structural Analysis, Project Management, Aircraft Maintenance Administration.

     

    PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

     

    Ø      Principals of Integrated Logistic Support.

    Ø      Ministry of Defence Ship Safety Management

    Ø      AS 9100 Rev C Internal Auditing Course

    Ø      ITIL Service Management – Foundation Trained

    Ø      Level 2 Environmental Awareness Award for Business and Industry

    Ø      System Engineering Principles and Practices

     

    Language Skills

     

    English: Native language

    French: Basic level (currently attending private tuition)

     

    SOFTWARE AND IT SKILLS

     

    Goal Structuring Notation, Relex Reliability Prediction and Fault Tree Modeling Software, Cassandra Safety Software Tool, Microsoft Project/Word/Excel, DOORS.

     

    INTERESTS

     

    Travel, Martial Arts, DIY, Running and Playing Squash.


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