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     Date Submitted:18-08-2013
     Last Modified:18-08-2013 (02:05)
    Job information
     Current job:System Engineer I
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism


    Secure a position to expand on my experience and skills in Aerospace Engineering in order to one day contribute to humanities escape to the stars.



    University of Maryland, College Park, MD

    B.S. in Aerospace Engineering                      May 2012

    Engineer In Training (E.IT.) Certified                     Spring 2012


    Engineering Experience

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Aerotek/Honeywell International) – Systems Engineer I        Greenbelt, MD

    Online Engineer in support of the AQUA/AURA Earth Observing Satellites                   June 2012 - Present

    ¨       Monitor spacecraft telemetry and fault management.

    ¨       Oversee the daily operations and uplink of the spacecraft loads.

    ¨       Use knowledge gained from Satellite Certification and continued study to deal with and resolve spacecraft anomalies.

    ¨       Support the spacecraft and Offline Engineers during Instrument Commanding, Debri Avoidance Manuevers (DAM’s), and Drag Makeup Manuevers (DMU’s).

    ¨       Create and Test operational products to be integrated for spacecraft and operator use.

    ¨       Create, edit, and update Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)


    Aberdeen Proving Grounds (Army/Science and Technology Corp.) - General Clerk IV                             Aberdeen, MD

    Data Collector in support of a Product Qualification Test-Government (PQT-G)                          May 2011 –  Sept. 2011

    ¨       Collected time stamped data  parallel with sophisticated recording equipment during product testing.

    ¨       Compiled incident reports on processes and troubleshooting alongside engineers for  various pieces of equipment.

    ¨       Security Clearance.


    University of Maryland                                     College Park, MD

    Aerospace Senior Capstone -  Project GeSSO (Geostationary Satellite Servicing Operation) - Team Lead   Fall 2011 – Spring 2012

    ¨       Team Leader and systems engineering subgroup leader for a two semester design project to develop a viable satellite servicing operation

    ¨       Learned about the design process from requirements to design finalization.

    ¨       Further developed leadership skills founded in prior work experiences  

    ¨       Learned to combine individual member strengths with what needs to get done as a group to accomplish our goals as a team.


    Aerospace Design Class – Planetary Rover                                    Spring 2012

    ¨       Gained design  experience through the design, build, and test of a planetary rover based on requirements set forth by the Professor and Rasc-al competition.

    ¨       Competed against other schools rovers to complete challenges in the competition


    Space Power and Propulsion Lab – Research Assistant                          January 2011 – May 2011

    ¨       Assisted graduate students with ongoing research pertaining to plasma generation and propulsion to gain a comprehensive understanding of work done in a lab.

    ¨       Explored the dissociation of Nitrous Oxide in plasma to be used as a small systems thruster.

    ¨       Acquired hands on experience building circuits and setting up, calibrating, and using equipment to collect data.


    Work Experience

    Campus Recreation Services - Operations Assistant                     July 2009 - May 2012

     - Make repairs to the cardiovascular and weight training equipment at the university's four major recreation facilities and work on projects throughout the University of Maryland campus dealing with recreation/sports.

     - Able to follow instructions and make calculated decisions with no supervision

     - Developed proficiency with a multitude of power tools, wood, metal, and plastic repair and construction, soldering, and a greater awareness for safety in the workplace.


    Applicable Skills

    -  Matlab, Autodesk Inventor

    -  Information Acquisition

    -  Microsoft Works

    -  Soldering, Circuit building, Troubleshooting

    -  Mill and Lathe

    -  Mechanically Inclined

    -  Problem Solver



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