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     Date Submitted:11-06-2014
     Last Modified:05-06-2017 (07:16)
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     Current job:Satellite Controller
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsI have worked as a satellite controller for more than five years now and have handled different kinds of monitoring platforms as well as driving satellites from different manufacturers.
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

    To enhance my skills and further my career by filling the position of Satellite Controller in well-established organization.

     

    Highlights of Qualifications

    Remarkable experience in Satellite and earth station operations.
    Profound knowledge of ABS Satellites and networks.
    Proficient with STARS, ITACS, EPOCH, G2-IMT and ARES ground system.
    Good understanding of spacecraft subsystems.
    Wide knowledge of attitude control, power, propulsion, communication and payload systems.
    Thorough knowledge of basic spacecraft operations and ground equipment.
    Ability to prepare monthly Journal Entries and other analysis.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Mabuhay Philippine Satellite Corporation

    Satellite Controller

    January 2009 – July 2010

    Job Description:

    24/7 monitoring of State-Of-Health (SOH) to Agila2

    Performs Ranging and Tracking for Offline Analysis

    Conducts execution of command procedures during maneuver andnormal on-orbit operations

    Analyze downlink telemetry and identify anomalous conditions

    Execute commands to safeguard the satellite in case of anomaly during contingencyoperations

    Accomplish call-out procedures during anomalies and contingency operation

    Implement satellite software database updates

    Identify Software/Hardware problems that may occur in the SCF system

    Provide support to Engineering Group

     

    Asia Broadcast Satellite

    Satellite Controller

    July 2010 – November 2015

    Job Description:

    Responsible to safeguard the health of the Lockheed Martin Satellites (on a 24/7 basis.

    Performs Ranging and Tracking for Offline Analysis

    Monitoring and analysis of satellite telemetry data.

    Commanding satellites for all required operations.

    Analyze downlink telemetry and identify anomalous conditions.

    Station keeping maneuvers and guidance of satellites through the seasonal eclipse periods;

    Providing support to and cooperate with other teams for the day to day operations of the satellites.

    Providing required reports on a daily and weekly basis.

    Execute commands to safeguard the satellite in case of anomaly during contingencyoperations

    Accomplish call-out procedures during anomalies and contingency operation

    Implement satellite software database updates.

    Identify Software/Hardware problems that may occur in the SCF system

     

    Es’hailsat – Qatar Satellite Company

    Satellite Control Engineer

    November 2015 - Present

    Job Description:

    Responsible for the monitoring and control of the in-orbit Es’hailSat (DS2000) satellites, working within a shift system to provide 24/7 manning at the SCC.

    Participating in the development of software tools, methods and procedures to improve testing and measurement capabilities.

    Testing and assessing the viability/compatibility of new systems and equipment.

    Participating in the identification and assessment of new technologies.

    Execute all planned operations of the satellites and ground stations according to pre-defined business processes, procedures and planning.

    Perform constant monitoring of the fleet and take immediate corrective action in the event of a satellite anomaly or ground system anomaly.

    Responsible for contacting on-call engineering staff in the event of a satellite or ground system anomaly and assisting in data provision, analysis and recovery.

    Monitor and report all failures associated with the satellite’s performance

    Coordinate with CMC for Payload configuration Requests

     

    ACHIEVEMENTS

    ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING BOARD EXAMINATION Rating: 87.50%

    Cum Laude

    Technological University of the Philippines

    BSECE Batch 2008

    IECEP Quizzer

    Technological University of the Philippines

    2006 – 2008

    DOST Scholarship

    Department of Science and Technology

    2003 – 2008

     

    EDUCATION

    Bachelors Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering

    Technological University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

     

    SEMINARS ATTENDED

     

    ABS-1A Satellite and Control Training (May 2012)

    ABS-6 Satellite and Control Training (September 2012)

    ABS-4 Satellite and Control Training (June 2013)

    ABS-2 Satellite and Control Training (November 2013)

    GEO Communication Satellite Operation Training (January 2016)

    User Basic FreeFlyer Training Course (February 2016)

    Es’hail2 Spacecraft Technical Overview Training Course (March 2016)

    Es’hail2 Flight Dynamics System (April 2016)

    EPOCH Satellite Control User Training Course (October 2016)

    EPOCH Database Training (November 2016)

    Monitoring and Control System (November 2016)

     

     

    REFERENCES

     

    Crisanto De Vega

    Satellite Operations Engineer

    Es’hailsat – Qatar Satellite Company

     

    Mark Anthony Lobo

    Flight Dynamics

    Asia Broadcast Satellite

     

     


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