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     Date Submitted:19-03-2014
     Last Modified:19-03-2014 (08:11)
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     Current job:Instructor
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite Operations/Aerospace Science/Earth Science
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    PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE • Programs related in Systems Engineering/Space Operations and Information Technology, 10+ years experience with combined education, includes but not limited to; managing or performing duties in administration.

    SECURITY CLEARANCE • Adjudicated Oct 2005-Top Secret/SCI – Expired, Secret Clearance-Adjudicated Oct/Nov 2002-Expired

    EDUCATION • B.A. in Management from American Military University conferred August 2010. M.S. in Space Studies/Aerospace Science from American Military University conferred November 2012.

    EXPERIENCE

    • LAKE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS-January 2012-Present Instructor/Earth-Space Science • Certified Instruction in Earth/Space Science 6-12 • Rating-Effective

    • MARRIOT VACATION CLUB INTERNATIONAL: Loss Prevention Officer – August 2009-January 2012

    • ASCENT MEDIA/UNITED SERVICE SOURCE INC: Satellite Field Engineer – Feb 2008- March 2009 • Test, troubleshooting, commissioning and continuing support of customer sites • Support of Installation and Integration crews •Interpret technical writing, to include procedures, data sheets, surveys and technical annuals. • Optimizing earth station antennas • Overseeing contractors and temporary help • Ability to peak and optimize antennae • Familiar with Rack and Stack components- installation and de-installation of products and equipment. • Equipment worked with; UPS, Evertz, Miranda, cabling, etc. • Worked closely with Windows based products in coordination with troubleshooting CPU errors; such as Windows 98 to present software, and hardware.

    • UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: Data Systems Operator Nov 2004 – June 2007 • Performs strategic and theater missile launch detection using the $16B Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS).

    • Collects/reports worldwide surveillance infrared data of operational value received from the $2.7B Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite constellation in direct support of national security and global air/space defense. • Manually collects infrared data to ensure valid battle space characterization for war fighters around the world.

    Satellite / Ground Systems Operator Mar 2003 – Nov2004 • Responsibilities include providing ground system links for 8 remote tracking stations throughout the Air Force Satellite Control Network. • Command satellites into orbit cycle and proper configuration. • Provide daily satellite operations 24 hour-a-day, 365 days a year. • Performs end of life testing and disposes of nonfunctional equipment. • Create the most efficient vector for each satellite's position. • Assist in launch and early orbit phases of multiple satellite programs.

    MILITARY SERVICE United States Air Force:

    • 5 years Active Duty in the US Air Force, Oct. 2002 – June 2007 • Basic Military Training, Lackland Air Force Base, TX (2002) • Enlisted Space Operations Training / Initial Qualification Ground and Satellite Systems Operations, Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (2003) • Enlisted Space Operations Training / Initial Qualification Data Systems Operations, Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (2004) Air Force Training: • Enlisted Space Operations Training • Initial Qualification Ground and Satellite Systems Operations • Certification Training in Ground and Satellite Systems Operations • Initial Qualification Data Systems Operations • Certification Training in Data Systems Operations Air Force Certifications: • Satellite/Ground Systems Operator (SSO/GSO) • Global Positioning System (GPS) • Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) • Data Systems Operator (DSO) • Certified Self Aid Buddy Care Instructor (First Aid) • Certified in multiple military systems (Classified)

    AWARDS United States Air Force:

    • Air Force Training Ribbon (2002) • Received National Defense Medal (2002) • Received Outstanding Unit Award (2004) • Received Air & Space Campaign Medal (2004) • Henry Award - Good Conduct Medal (2005) • Received Global War on Terrorism Medal (GWOT) (2005) • Air Force Longevity Ribbon (2006)

    Special Accomplishments: • Assisted in launching of 3 currently operational Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites • Guaranteed success of over 2000 satellite sorties and maintained zero personal errors • Guaranteed success of over 3000 hours of intense SBIRS console time • Multiple certifications reduced staffing needs by 33% • Recognized as TOP 3 performer - 200 member team. • Ranked "Highly Qualified" on all 10 evaluations (Air Force Space Command’s highest crewmember rating) (2002 - Present) • Performed over 30 crew evaluations as augmentee in conjunction with the Defense Support Program between Oct 05-Oct 06, helping members receive Air Force Space Command's highest crewmember rating of "Highly Qualified".

    REFERENCES • Are available upon request, including copy of DoD AF form DD-214.


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