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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:27-07-2014
     Last Modified:27-07-2014 (08:27)
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     Current job:Program Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsProgram manager, technical program manager, imagery intelligence, electronic warfare, global positioning system, manufacturing
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    Program Manager with Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information and Polygraph Clearance

     

    Professional Experience

    2013-Present: Project Manager at Office of Space & Technology, National Reconnaissance Office (Captain).

    ·         Managed $130M satellite payload and 100+ contractors; considered the highest technical effort in the directorate. New technology will pave the way classified intelligence collection can be manipulated in space orbit.

    ·         Aligned mission objectives in complicated landscape between the Department of Defense, State Department and Intelligence agencies. Pioneered drawing-board stages with capability and material trade’s analysis, wrote requirements, verified technical paths forward within integrated product teams, and drove completion of acquisition milestones while keeping within schedule and cost restrictions.

    ·         Drove closure of many technical challenges; preventing multipaction, understanding material expansion, inspecting non-visible cells with eddy current, mitigating hydrogen poisoning and creating a bleed path for electrostatic discharge.

    ·         Led multiple trade-studies and development efforts for synthetic aperture radar systems.

    ·         Led development, manufacturing and integration of various antennas and receiver electronic boxes.

    ·         Led logistic efforts for parts, materials and processes; managed reviews for military specification and non-standard parts.

    ·         Led development, manufacturing and integration of a system that can survive launch and orbital environment.

    2009-2013: Program & Test Manager, 746th Test Squadron, Holloman Air Force Base (Lieutenant).

    ·         Managed 500 personnel, over 20 Department of Defense organizations and units from various countries (Israel, Germany) through electronic test and evaluation programs on multiple test ranges. Responsible for teams deployed onto test ranges, de-conflicting airspace between multiple aircraft, writing and routing a signal-frequency permit through national coordination agencies, building and presenting multiple readiness packages, writing test plans, operating jamming frequencies and post-test analysis.

    ·         Pioneered a critical military offensive capability of GPS blue force electronic attack. Sought out requirement needs and then pitched the capability to the squadron commander. Soon after worked hand-in-hand with an engineering team to modify a signal-generator to produce the specific waveform of interest. New capability drove demand across the country and established squadron as area experts.

    ·         Led electronic warfare test for Secretary of Defense’s highest priority weapon system; other platforms include stealth bombers, multirole fighter aircrafts, the Airborne Warning and Control System, unmanned aerial vehicles, helicopters and more.

    ·         Handpicked to represent the squadron presenting at the Naval Air Program Review, Joint Navigation Conference and other high visibility Joint Staff presentations addressing General Officers and Senior Executive Service members.

    2009-Present: Other Air Force Experience

    ·         Led development, manufacturing and integration of a frequency selective surface. Overcame complications of manufacturing and shaping surface to ensure system is flight-ready.

    ·         Skilled in various tools & software programs: GPS Interference and Navigation Tool, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Office, earned value management.

     

    Awards

    2014: Directorate’s team of the quarter; government lead for new space technology design review.

    2013:Ranked #1 out of 13 company grade officers in Squadron; the #1 position is given on average once per year.

    2012:Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal recipient; only officer to receive this medal across 5 squadrons within several years. Over 500 hours of community service in less than 2 years.   

    2012:Test team of the quarter; lead test manager in support of the Massive Ordnance Penetrator program.

    2011:Ranked #1 officer out of 187 company grade officers across 25 organizations.

     

    Education & Training

    2014-Present: University of Maryland Graduate Program through Acquisition Center of Excellence.

    ·         Presently in Public Sector Finance & Acquisitions graduate program; currently holds a 4.0 GPA.

    2012-2013: American Military University Graduate Program.

    ·         M.S. in Information Technology Project Management with Honors; Dean’s List with a 3.8 GPA.

    2005-2009: United States Air Force Academy.

    ·         Bachelor of Science, Management; Dean’s list senior year.

    Additional Education Accomplishments:

    ·         Advanced Space Operations School Graduate.

    ·         Squadron Officer School Graduate.

    ·         Legislative classes; Intelligence Community and the Congressional Budget Process.

    ·         Defense Acquisition University; Test and Evaluation Level I & Program Management Level I.

     

    Independent Projects

    2008-Present: 6000+ Hours Creating Software Interface & Engineering Documents.

    These are after-hour projects I take initiative with to directly support my office.

    ·         Built Squadron iPhone and Android mobile application used to calculate jammer-to-signal ratios and power-conversions when deployed to test ranges without Wi-Fi.

    ·         Built Squadron specifications for effective lessons learned database. Pioneered advocacy to upper leadership which led to the upgrade of a decade old Microsoft Access system.

    ·         Brings out-of-the-box ideas to the drawing board and farther. Strategizes user interfaces, designs interconnect diagrams, plans administrative controls and writes plans.

     

    Community Leader

    ·         Led a leadership and music class for students at J Paul Taylor Juvenile Detention Center.

    ·         Head coach multiple years for the under-10 Alamogordo softball league.

    ·         Big Brothers Big Sisters sponsor; taught mentee to build websites by himself.

    ·         Free Minds Book Club volunteer; provides literary critiques to poems and stories written by young-adults in the DC prison system.

    ·         Aided in the Alamogordo Hospital blood drive.

    ·         Led the Holocaust Remembrance Day base wide event.

    ·         Ran fundraising 2 years in a row for the Combined Federal Campaign and Air Force Assistance Fund.


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