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     Date Submitted:01-02-2015
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     Current job:Manager - Systems Engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsProject Management Earned Value Management, Microsoft Project, AS9100 Quality Management, NESC Risk Management, Status Reporting, Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI), Six Sigma, Confident Public Speaker Systems Engineering Requirements Manageme
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    RELEVANT SKILLS

    Project Management

    Earned Value Management, Microsoft Project, AS9100 Quality Management, NESC Risk Management, Status Reporting, Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI), Six Sigma, Confident Public Speaker

    Systems Engineering
     
    Requirements Management, Configuration Management, Safety Assessment, Manned-Mission Design, Avionics Design, Electro-Optical Assembly, MIL-STD, NASA Standards, International Space Station Standards, ARINC Standards, Orbital Mechanics, Orbit Determination, Ground Station Planning, Radiometrics, Holography, Interferometry, and Applied Mathematics

    CERTIFICATIONS

    * Project Management Certification (California Institute of Technology)
    * Electro-Optical Assembly (Raytheon SAS)
    * Clean Room (Raytheon SAS)
    * Electro-Static Discharge (Raytheon SAS)
    * Raytheon Six Sigma Specialist (Raytheon ITSS)

    PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
     
    * NASA Certificate of Recognition – Interim Planetary Atmosphere Navigation for Estimation and Mission Analysis (IPANEMA)
    * NASA Certificate of Recognition – Level Zero Archive Manager (L0AM)
    * NASA Certificate of Recognition – Information Management System Data Archive and Distribution System (IMS/DADS)
    * 2003 Raytheon Peer Award
    * 2003 Raytheon Team Award – Vehicle Break-up Analysis Team
    * 2002 Raytheon Team Award – George M. Low Award Support Team
    * 1999 Raytheon Peer Award
    * 1999 Raytheon Team Award – Alaska SAR Facility Development Team

    EXPERIENCE

    2007-2014
    Bigelow Aerospace Las Vegas, NV
    Deputy Project Manager/Manager – Systems Engineering
     
    * Project Management: including budget proposals; schedule estimation and maintenance; quality and engineering process tailoring; risk management; team member hiring; resource strategy and status reporting.
    * Systems Engineering: including Concept of Operations (ConOps); system architecture design; system requirements capture; Interface Control Documentation (ICD); Component Technical Specifications (CTS); FMEA; IV&V plan; and DOORS schema.
    * NASA Safety Review Processes: including hazard assessment; hazard control methodologies & verification; OCAD, NCR and Flight Rule creation.
    * Projects: Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM); Boeing CST-100; NASA Docking System (NDS); Bigelow Systems Engineering Management Plan, Spacecraft Software Architecture, and all System ConOps.

    2005-2007
    Thales Airborne Systems – In-Flight Entertainment Systems Irvine, CA
    Staff Systems Manager – Research & Development
     
    * Project Management: including budget proposals; schedule estimation and maintenance; process tailoring; risk management; team member hiring; resource strategy and status reporting.
    * Avionics Systems Engineering: including Concept of Operations (ConOps); requirements capture; DOORS; ARINC, FAR, RTCA, ICAO, Boeing & Airbus standard compliance and trade studies.
    * Projects: Airbus A380 BITE; Seat-end VoIP Telephony; Connexion by Boeing Live Global TV; and Rockwell Collins ASXi AirShow moving map.

    2004-2005
    Raytheon – Space and Airborne Systems El Segundo, CA
    Principal Systems Engineer – Sensor Center
     
    * Electro-Optical System Engineering: including ConOps; requirements capture; trade studies; performance analysis; modeling & simulation; algorithms; technical briefs; interface control; survivability; test data review; assembly; integration; and  verification & validation testing.
    * Required Skills: Secret Clearance; MIL-STD-810F; DOORS; Electro-Optical Assembly Certification; Clean Room Certification; Electro-Static Discharge Certification; Build History Book; Change Control Board; and Requirement Compliance.
    * Projects: Track Sensor - Space Tracking and Surveillance System (formerly SBIRS-Low)

    2001-2004
    Raytheon – Information Technology and Scientific Services Pasadena, CA
    Principal Software Systems Engineer – Navigation
     
    * Project Management; including budget proposals, schedule estimation and maintenance, risk management, team member hiring, resource strategy and status reporting.
    * Systems Engineering; including software and hardware requirements capture, documentation, software design and test planning with test data generation.
    * Software Engineering; including requirements management, design, documentation, implementation, testing and deployment of spacecraft navigation software systems.
    * Object oriented design with applied “Use Case” requirements visualization in the Unified Modeling Language (UML.)
    * Course Instructor on Object oriented design and programming (OOD/OOP) topics including UML, C++ coding standards, efficiency, and templating/polymorphism idioms.
    * Projects: Solar Sail Spacecraft Simulation Software (S5), Vehicle Breakup Analysis (VBA), Atmospheric-Entry & Powered-Landing Simulator (AEPL), Planetary Atmospheric Interim Planetary Atmosphere Navigation For Estimation and Mission Analysis (IPANEMA), MONTE, Automated Radiometric Data Validation. and Real-time Correction (ARDVARC),  and Mission Data System (MDS)

    1998-2001
    Raytheon ITSS Pasadena, CA
    Senior Software Systems Engineer – Synthetic Aperture Radar
     
    * Defining software and hardware requirements, design, documentation, implementation, testing, and deployment of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data Production and Distribution Systems.
    * Team Lead of C/C++/Fortran software developers for Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). 
    * Projects: Alaska SAR Facility Level 0 Archive Manager (LOAM)

    1998
    Stirling Software Pasadena, CA
    Senior Software Engineer
     
    * Design and programming in C/C++ of RDBMS with Sybase Open Client/Open Server POSIX threaded API under Sun/Solaris, SGI/IRIX and DEC/Ultrix.
    * Sybase SQL Server Database Administration (DBA).
    * Projects: Alaska SAR Facility File Transfer System (FTS)

    1996-1997
    Enterworks.com Pasadena, CA
    Software Engineer
     
    * Object oriented design and programming (OOD/OOP) in C/C++ of RDBMS UNIX TCP/IP networked Client/Server applications.
    * Projects: Virtual DB – data bridges

    1992-1996
    National Radio Astronomy Observatory Socorro, NM
    Scientific Programming Analyst
     
    * OOD/OOP in C++, C, and FORTRAN under a Sun/Solaris environment.
    * Designed and implemented linear algebra, coordinate, image analysis and log/history infrastructures.
    * Projects: Astronomical Information Processing System (AIPS++), Mann Engine

    1989-1991
    University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, WI
    Laboratory Technician
     
    * Dual-etalon Fabry-Perot Spectral Interferometer astronomical observations and digital data reduction.
    * Projects: Jupiter Io Plasma Torus, Comet Brorsen-Metcalf, Comet Austin

    1982-1986
    United States Marine Corps 
    Corporal (E-4)
    * Good Conduct Medal
    * Honorary Discharge
     
    EDUCATION

    1989-1991
    University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, WI
    Bachelor of Science: Astronomy/Physics and Applied Mathematics
     
    * Recipient of NASA Undergraduate Planetary Research Program grant.

    1986-1989 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI
    Major: Physics and Mathematics
     
    * Dean’s Honor roll.
    * Awarded Sophomore Honors
    * English Department Letter of Meritorious Achievement

    PUBLICATIONS
     
    * “Variations in optical S+ emission from the Io plasma torus: evidence for quasi periodicity” 1997 -- Woodward, R.C., Jr., Scherb, F., Roesler, F.L., ApJ, 479, 984.
    * “H2O+ production rates of comets Austin 1990 V and P/Halley 1986 III.” 1993 -- Schultz, D., Scherb, F., Roesler, F.L., Icarus, 104, 185.
    * “The O(1D) distribution of Comet Austin 1989c1=1990 V” 1993 --Schultz, D., Li, G.S.H., Scherb, F., Roesler, F.L., Icarus, 101, 95.
    * “Comet Austin (1989c1) O(1D) and H2O production rates” 1992 -- Schultz, D., Li, G.S.H., Scherb, F., Roesler, F.L., Icarus, 96, 190.
    * “Spectropolarimetric Variability in the Be Star Pi Aqr” 1991 -- K. S. Bjorkman, K. H. Nordsieck, M. A. Nook, G. P. Knopp, A. J. MacDonald, M. J. Wolff, S. M. Diamond, C. M. Anderson, B. L. Babler, A. M. Magalhaes, M. R. Meade, T. P. P. Roberts, R. E. Schulte-Ladbeck and M. Taylor, Bull.A.A.S., 22, 1201.
    * “Time-Dependent Spectropolarimetry of Red Long-Period Variables at the Pine Bluff Observatory” 1991 -- A. M. Magalhaes, K. H. Nordsieck, M. A. Nook, G. P. Knopp, C. M. Anderson, B. Babler, K. S. Bjorkman, S. M. Diamond, A. J. Macdonald, M. R. Meade, T. P. P. Roberts, R. E. Schulte-Ladbeck, M. Taylor and M. J. Wolff, Bull.A.A.S., 22, 1209.
    * “Polarization in the Envelopes of Wolf-Rayet Stars” 1991 -- R. E. Schulte-Ladbeck, K. H. Nordsieck, M. A. Nook, C. M. Anderson, K. S. Bjorkman, B. Babler, S. M. Diamond, G. P. Knopp, A. M. Magalhaes, A. J. Macdonald, M. R. Meade, T. P. P. Roberts, M. Taylor and M. J. Wolff, Bull.A.A.S., 22, 1201.

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