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     Date Submitted:29-11-2013
     Last Modified:29-11-2013 (08:09)
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     Current job:Master Space Operations Management, On-going PhD
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsMathematics!
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    OBJECTIVE

    To build on the foundations of human knowledge in space, mathematics, and physics.

     

    RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:                                                                                                                                                      

    United States Air Force Reserve, Peterson AFB, CO                     Sep 2004-Aug 2008

    Instrument and Flight Control Journeyman

    • Repaired, replaced, fabricated, and installed wiring harness assemblies; terminated cable connections and performed operational checks for time compliance technical order updates
    • Supervisory and management functions for subordinates
    • Modular Airborne Fire Fighting Apparatus Member

     

    Adam Aircraft Industries, LLC, Pueblo, CO               Jan 2006 - Jun 2006

    Quality Assurance Inspector

    • Carbon molding inspection, review, and enforcement of protocols, qualification, and validation procedures documented by the engineering schematics.
    • Identified defective carbon plying standards and carbon ply direction.
    • Validated precision drilling and trimming of carbon aircraft parts, as well as, bonding, vacuum bagging, and material baking standards

     

    ATS Reliance (Bombardier Transportation), Rochester, NY               Dec 2004- Apr 2005        

    Locomotive and Rail Instrument Technician

    • Responsible for electrical maintenance on ALP 44 locomotive train lines, instruments, and systems for engineering tests on innovative rail cars.
    • Performed and set up braking tests, drift tests, weight capacity tests, and ride quality tests. 
    • Operated diesel-electric locomotives, transit cars, high-speed train sets and other type of rail vehicles in a safe manner while providing switching services for train make-up

     

    United States Air Force, Grand Forks AFB, ND                    Sep 1998-Sep 2004

    Guidance and Control Journeyman

    • Recognized for excellence in troubleshooting wiring malfunction on aircraft.
    • Hand-picked by upper management for the “Tiger Team” who had responsibility for resolving on-going avionic malfunctions on problem aircraft.
    • Aircraft interior refurbishment supervisor for avionic systems.

     

     

    EDUCATION:

     

    Doctor of Philosophy – Astrophysical and Planetary Science – Engineering Physics

    (Anticipated graduation date – Spring 2016)

    University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO

     

    Master of Aeronautical Science – Space Operations Management, June 2011

    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Worldwide Campus, Daytona Beach, FL

     

    Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science – Professional Aeronautics, July 2008

    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Worldwide Campus, Daytona Beach, FL

     

    Associate of Applied Science - Avionic Systems Technology, August 2004

    Community College of the Air Force, Grand Forks AFB, ND

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS:

     

    • Hardware: Programmable logic controls, liquid quantity, AC/DC motor controls, communication switches, high-voltage systems, instruments, liquid quantity, pneumatics, bridges, routers, hubs, local area networks, computer rebuilding, Space based surveillance systems, geographic information systems, global positioning systems, circuit design, remote sensing applications, orbital control systems, communication and data-handling subsystem, electrical power subsystems
    • Software and operating systems: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/ME/98/95/3.1, Wolfram Mathematica, Excel QM, Adobe Acrobat, Java, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Access, Excel, Outlook, OneNote), QM for Windows
    • Dissertation research, research assistant,

     

    PUBLICATIONS, SPECIAL TRAINING, AND AWARDS:

     

    • Incorporating Video Monitoring Technology for Improved Aircraft Safety, Master’s Thesis, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (June 2011)
    • United States Air Force Veteran / United States Citizen
    • Pilot ground school, Pueblo Community College, Pueblo, CO (Jan. 2007)
    • OSHA 30-hour, forklift, and crane training, Pueblo CC, (Oct. 2005)
    • KC-135 Block 40 Global Air Traffic Management GFAFB, ND (Dec. 2003)
    • KC-135 Avionics Guidance and Control Craftsman GFAFB, ND (Aug. 2001)
    • MIL-STD 1553B troubleshooting Grand Forks AFB, ND (Sep. 2001)
    • Air Force Technical Order System GFAFB, ND (Aug. 1999)
    • Basic Electronic Principles, Alley Hall, Keesler AFB, MS (Apr. 1999)
    • Achievement Medal, Outstanding Unit Award with Oak Leaf Cluster, National Service Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, AF Longevity Medal, Small Arms Expert Marksman Ribbon, Basic Training Ribbon


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