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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai wants his agency approve SpaceX’s 15-month-old application to serve the U.S. with its proposed megaconstellation. SpaceNews.com
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The fiscal year 2019 budget proposal for NOAA restores an earlier schedule for two future polar-orbiting weather satellites that faced potential delays last year. SpaceNews.com
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Stymied by extended regulatory delays, Planet is planning to remove a ground station it built in Canada if it does not receive a government license for it by June. SpaceNews.com
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An initial look at the budget documents released on Monday reveals that spending on space is up only modestly but that priorities appear to be shifting. SpaceNews.com
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The Trump administration is offering $19.6 billion for NASA in its fiscal year 2019 request, while seeking to cancel a flagship astronomy mission and end NASA funding of the International Space Station in 2025. SpaceNews.com
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Satellite fleet operator SES on Feb. 12 announced that CEO Karim Michel Sabbagh will be leaving the company April 5, exactly four years after assuming the position. SpaceNews.com
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DARPA, which has a checkered history of supporting development of new launch vehicles, is planning to start a competition offering prizes for responsive launch systems. SpaceNews.com
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NASA's fiscal year 2019 budget proposal will include plans to end funding for the International Space Station in 2025, but leaves open the possibility of handing part or all of the station over to private operators. SpaceNews.com
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:25-07-2014
     Last Modified:25-07-2014 (04:22)
    Job information
     Current job:Technical Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsEngineering Project Management Aerospace
    CV

    After spending 7 years in Aerospace with Lockheed Martin and another year in the technical Oil & Gas engineering field gaining project experiance, serving various technical and Project Management functions, I am well suited for roles within engineering project management and project integration. My verbal and written skills, technical understanding, innate project management talents are just a few of my assets that would allow me to exceed expectations on the job. Please consider my resume for a challenging position within the Aerospace field. 

     

    Project Engineer & Engineering Business Development

    Eight years of experience in engineering management and business development. Catherine excels at applying technical skills to complex solutions and managing multi-disciplined teams in challenging environments. Her experience within the aerospace and energy fields include project management for Oil & Gas clients and leading various designs of multi-billion dollar tested-in-flight aerospace components.


    Distinguishing Qualifications:

    Education

    Master of Science Systems Engineering, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, June 2011

    Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania, May 2008

    Lockheed Martin Engineering Leadership Development Program, Various Locations, June 2012 (Selective 3-year intensive leadership program focusing on engineering, design and management).

    Other Training

    Engineering Leadership Development Technical Development Curriculum (2009-2010)

    Engineering Leadership Development Three-Year Curriculum (2009-2012)

    ¡Fundamentals of Program & Earned Value Management (2011)

    CAD design certifications: Pro-Engineer and I-DEAS (2011)

    Capture (Proposal)/Win Plan Training II (2009)

    Systems Engineering & Integration Foundations (2008)

    Mission Planning and Basic Operations Training Courses (2007)

    Software Skills

    IBM Rational (Rhapsody, DOORS, ReporterPlus), Pro-Engineer, I-DEAS, Solid Works, Cradle, LabVIEW, MathCAD, MATLAB, Microsoft Office (Excel with VBA, Project, Visio, PowerPoint, Word)

    Selected experience

    CH2M Hill (Pembina Pipeline CO) – Denver, CO

    Project Engineering and Lead Technical Designer. $915MM Pipeline configuration in Alberta, Canada. Leading project through start-up and detail design phases with responsibilities including leading the Class IV Estimation, managing a team of 8 mechanical engineers and finalizing the design of the project. Responsible for engineering specification and design delivery to the client. 

     

    CH2M Hill (Shell Global) – Denver, CO

    Business Development Engineering Lead. $1B pipeline proposal: Responsibilities include managing the entire engineering cost, schedule and scope of the project technical writing and interfacing with potential clients and subcontractors to win the project.

     

    Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company (confidential client)—Littleton, Colorado

    Special Programs

    Senior Systems Engineer. Lead systems modeler of various portions of a classified satellite architecture. Focused on Model Based Systems Design using SysML to accomplish design documents. Led interface between team and customer/company executives, giving multiple technical presentations per week.

    Lockheed Martin Net-Centric Integration & Demonstration (NCID) (various government clients) -Crystal City, Virginia

    Corporate Engineering & Technology

    Business Development. Project Manager for cross-corporate Modeling and Simulation Repository (ModSTAR) – a tool to facilitate sharing, reuse and affordability of M&S related assets within Lockheed Martin’s technical community. Managed a project team of 25 experienced professionals and subject matter experts across corporation using Agile Development and Earned Value Management. Obtained and maintained the Project’s Budget ($2 million) including eight subcontracts and a multi-year integrated master schedule. Presented to multiple Lockheed Martin executives, at internal and external technical conferences on behalf of NCID. Led Global Communications Model as Deputy Program Manager, handled all legal interaction efforts and Patent agreements.


    Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company (NASA)—Lakewood, Colorado

    Orion Program

    Design Engineer. Designer of the Crew Module/Service Module Retention and Release Mechanism and the Launch Abort Subsystem components. Responsible for Preliminary Design Review (PDR), source control Drawings, Test Configuration designs. Conducted hardware testing encompassing hazardous explosive materials in order to prove vitality of designs. Chosen to be POC for one of four of NASA’s Areas of Emphasis; worked with upper management to complete.

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

    Exclusive Technical Co-Op Program participant (2006). Projects included:

    Goddard Space Flight Center— Washington, DC

    GOES-N Program

    Missions Operations. Systems Engineer on NOAA/NASA GOES-N program during launch and orbiting phase of program. Worked in partnership with the Senior Flight Operations Engineer to co-lead Missions Operations Support Team. Led testing of the satellite’s sun sensors, star trackers and thruster operations, developed proficiency in MATLAB. Awarded ‘Rising Star’ award, chosen out of one hundred co-op participants due to hard work and technical proficiencies.

     

    Government Clearance: TS/SCI (Currently Inactive as of January, 2014: Active TS 2008-2013, Active SCI 2012-2013)


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