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     Date Submitted:01-07-2015
     Last Modified:08-07-2015 (01:44)
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     Current job:Product Development Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsEngineering, Mechanical engineering, Systems engineering, aerospace engineering, space systems, aerospace systems, project engineer, project management, integration, test engineer, product development, project management, fluid systems, fluid dynamics
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    OBJECTIVE:    Apply my technical and professional skills, obtained through a dynamic background in the aerospace and aviation industries, to a position for an innovative company that is changing tomorrow’s future.

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

     

    Embraer Executive Jets 

    Product Development Engineer

     

     

    June 2013 - Present

    Integration and Liaison Engineer

    [São José dos Campos, Brazil]

    January 2015 – Present

    ·        Provide onsite technical support to effectively solve final development and production issues ensuring on-time delivery of new aircrafts

    ·        Utilize multidiscipline engineering abilities to successfully perform  in a program management role  to keep the project’s direction aligned with program management deliverables   

    ·        Focal point for Engineering, Production, Manufacturing, and Procurement to facilitate negotiations and prioritization to achieve testing and installation goals

    ·        Responsible for providing weekly status/milestones reports to senior management and represent the project engineering team during internal business development discussions

    ·        Manage global interactions between diverse technology groups during abnormal processes, specifically to improve internal workflow and efficiencies

    ·        Balance short term, abroad assignment while maintaining project lead responsibilities in long term developmental projects running in parallel

     

    Project Lead Engineer

    [Melbourne, FL]

     June 2013 – January 2015

    • Multifaceted role in a brand new division of the company that provided unique opportunities in all aspects of design, manufacturing, and production areas
    • Designed, developed, and produced a variety of executive aircraft products for Embraer’s Executive Jet fleet with a focus on interior systems
    • Led multiple developments of potable water systems and vacuum waste systems for different aircraft platforms from a white sheet design to final product delivery and certification
    • Wrote technical specification reports, interface control requirements, test proposals and results, low level system analysis trade-off studies, and certification substantiation reports for new project developments ranging from water and waste systems to automated passenger door systems
    • Assessed each aircraft platform’s full range of flight conditions to calculate proper operating performance of new interior systems to implement lean designs in award winning aircrafts
    • Developed computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis for aircraft management systems, passenger oxygen systems, vacuum waste systems, and potable water systems
    • Built CAD kinematic motion models for a variety of systems and ergonomic studies
    • Technical representative in supplier evaluations, supplier site visits, project bidding, and risk management  events for individual product selections and developmental projects with multimillion dollar budgets
    • Responsibilities spanned from being a project lead, project manager, intern mentor, process developer, new employee trainer, and systems design specialist
    • Utilized extensive experience with project management, supplier and personnel management, system integration along with multidiscipline technical analysis to lead project developments
    • Provided technical support for projects’ certification effort with international governments’ aviation authorities on various interior system technologies
    • Developed and conducted functional tests to successfully validate product designs for fleet production

    ·        Assisted production line support to facilitate proper installation, corrective actions, and maintenance procedures of new products

     

    United Space Alliance    

    Propulsion and Hypergolic Engineer Co-op

    [Kennedy Space Center, FL]     

     January 2012 – May 2012

    • Created and assigned analytical work orders and job plans associated with the decommissioning of the NASA Space Shuttle Orbiters
    • Deconstructed and phased-out multiple Space Shuttle systems including Orbiter Maneuvering System, Reaction Control System, Main Propulsion System, Auxiliary Power Unit, and facility hyper Storage
    • Directed teams of technicians to perform hazardous and nonhazardous processing tasks on Orbiter and Ground Support Equipment systems to prepare Orbiters for museums and repurpose flight hardware for future vehicles
    • Provided hands-on engineering support during processing activities for Orbiter and Ground Support Equipment jobs to analyze anomalies and resolve situations timely to ensure maximum efficiency
    • Utilized PCGold console software over a closed-headset network to communicate with technicians and remotely operate fluid systems during decommissioning and testing procedures
    • Certified to author facility hypergolic Lock-Out-Tag-Out (LOTO) work procedures approved by NASA engineering and mentored to author Orbiter vehicle hypergolic procedures
    • Granted unrestricted NASA access to all Orbiter vehicles, Orbiter handling facilities, firing room mission control, and launch facilities

     

    Wilson’s Machine Products

    Quality Control Intern

    [Winter Park, FL]

    May 2011 – December 2011

    • Provided quality inspection for aerospace precision machined parts primarily for Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Harris Corporation
    • Responsible for the company’s annual calibration efforts of inspection equipment and machining tools using ISO 9001 standards and processes
    • Utilized ISO9001 for GD&T inspection practices, material handling processes, and part tracking methodology to ensure ideal precision machined quality to all customers

     

     

     

    EDUCATION:

     

    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University           

    Master of Aeronautical Sciences                  January 2014 – December 2015

    Dual Specializations in Human Factors and Aeronautics

    GPA: 3.9/4.0 (21 out of 39 credits completed)

                    

    University of Central Florida      

    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering                  August 2010 – May 2013

    GPA: 3.1 / 4.0    

     

     

    SKILLS:

     

    • Proficient in CAD programs including Catia V5, NX 7.0, Pro E, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and Inventor
    • Experienced in P3E Sustainability processes (5S, A3, Kaizen, Yokoten, etc.), DOORS, Maximo, Solumina, Visual Fair, MathCAD, MATLAB, LabVIEW, SAP, Flowmaster V7, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Project, Access, and Outlook
    • Excellent research, writing and communication skills
    • Strong analytical abilities and work ethic

     

     

     

    HONORS/AWARDS/INTERESTS:

     

    • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
    • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
    • Dean’s List, Academic Recognition (2012)
    • Georgia Tech Men’s Lacrosse Team – Team Honoree  (2010), Offensive MVP (2009)

     

     

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