· Senior Project Engineer experience designing and maintaining hardware, and supporting real-time operations in harsh environments
· Extensive experience managing fleets of hardware both logistically as well as technically using Lean Manufacturing & Production philosophy
· Extensive knowledge of failure investigations including fault tree creation, root cause analysis, and corrective action using standard engineering techniques
· Skilled at assessing safety analysis reports and requirement non-compliances
· Design experience leading product advances through phases such as System Requirements Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, etc.
· Comprehensive knowledge of Systems Engineering & Integration tasks within a multidisciplinary team
· Working knowledge of material selection and part procurement for design development as well as final fabrication on government contracts
· Extensive experience performing configuration management tasks pertaining to design/drawing iterations, as-built hardware, acceptance data packs, etc.
· Broad experienceas Test Engineer developing and executing test procedures
· Extensive experience performing impact-analysis of proposed engineering changes to hardware and processes specifically for pressure vessel systems
· Certified expertise providing real-time engineering assessments when operational changes may impact crew and vehicle
· Extensive experience planning & executingenvironmental testing of hardware including vibration, vacuum, and thermal
· Certified to train human-rated systems in harsh environments
UTC Aerospace Systems– Sr. Project Engineer, EVA Spacesuits
April 2008 – November 2013; Houston, TX
· Successfully manage fleets of ISS Flight Hardware while performing Maintenance, Life Extension, Refurbishment, Acceptance/Certification, and Flight Processing
· Construct numerous test procedures directing fault trees, physical procedures, acceptance criteria, engineering recommendations
· Develop system architecture of Redesign product via development testing and using Systems Engineering techniques
· Develop and deploy operational procedures in support of astronaut space suit training and spacesuit certification in NASA JSC human thermal rated vacuum chambers
· Provide real-time engineering support from the control room during NASA JSC human thermal rated vacuum chamber events
· Successfully operated mission control console at NASA JSC MER in support of 20 space walks and countless Intra-Vehicular activities on-orbit
· Identified hardware discrepancies during Life Extension that led to a profit-maximizing Redesign contract
Oceaneering Space Systems– Project Engineer, RCC On-orbit Shuttle Repair, Vehicle Cabin Air Monitor (VCAM), EVA Tools and Kits
March 2005 – April 2008; Houston, TX
· Provided systems engineering and configuration management services to multidisciplinary subprojects
· Created and managed several subproject databases containing test information, project logistics, and global item discrepancies
· Developed verification and validation plans for subprojects
· Tracked procurement, production, assembly, and certification of flight hardware, softgoods, & electronics
· Conveyed production concerns through engineering and drafting departments as design changes evolved
Department of Energy- Summer Intern (1998)
Brian Mound Strategic Petroleum Reserve; Freeport, TX
· Reviewed and responded to contractor requests for information and contractor submittals
· Participated in construction site inspections
· Derived a system curve used to select a pump and associated piping needed to decommission a brine pond
B.S. - Mechanical Engineering
M.E. - Space Systems Engineering
May 2004 - University of Texas, San Antonio
Expected graduation 2016 - Stevens Institute of Technology
· Experience using AutoCAD, Pro/ENGINEER, LabVIEW, MS Project, MS Access
· Fluent Spanish (both oral and written)
MEMBERSHIPS & AWARDS
· NASA Group Achievement Award (EVA Life Extension Team), August 2013
· HamiltonSundstrand Award (ISS Flight Hardware SRR), October 2012
· HamiltonSundstrand Award (Cert & Delivery of ISS Flight Hardware), May 2011
· NASA Group Achievement Award (Pump Module EVA Team), August 2010
· NASA Group Achievement Award (STS-132 EVA Team), July 2010
· American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics Space Operations & Support Award for 2007 (RCC Repair Team), July 2007
· NASA Group Achievement Award (RCC Repair Team), June 2006
· One NASA Peer Award (RCC Repair Team), April 2006
· ESA (Epsilon Sigma Alpha); Chapter President, 2005 – present
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