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     Date Submitted:17-08-2015
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     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsFront end system definition and architecture
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    Profile:              Male, 32, Single, Security Cleared

    Nationality:                 British

    Current Location:        Bristol, UK

     

    Current Position:         Operational / Performance Modeller

    Current Company:       BAE Systems

               

    Preferred Location:      Flexible, International

    Salary Expectations:    Negotiable

     

    Work Summary

                           

    BAE Systems             Sep 2012 – PRESENT

    BAE Systems, Surface Ships, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QW

     

    T26 System Architect / Operational Analysis

     

    Type 26

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Performance modelling in Matlab and SADM (Ship Air Defence Model). Part of a team developing a new software tool for ship and, potentially, fleet wide assessments, and producing formal reports using IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE)

    ·       System and Enterprise Architecture modelling in MoDAF / DoDAF Architecture using IBM System Architect and IBM DOORS, in IDEF0, and generating a Combat System functional specification for the T26 Combat System, in-line with the Integrated Architecture Framework, including;

    o   Developing whole ship combat system operational modelling (activities and ship logical functions

    o   Developing OV-5’s with IDEF0 terminology at Platform level

    o   Creating OV-1s for URD use case elaboration

    o   Creating OV-2s to help with interface de-risking activities

    o   Matching subsystem SV-04’s (system functions) to activities within OV-5’s

    o   Mapping SRD to relevant operational activities

    o   Defining and mapping HV-04’s (Human Tasks) to operational activities

    o   Defining and mapping CV-01 (Ship compartments) to operational activities

    o   Defining measures of performances for operational threads (multiple chained activities)

    o   Eliciting system and subsystem level requirements for combat system systems

     


    Ultra Electronics       Apr 2012 – Sep 2012

    Ultra Electronics, Kingsditch Lane, Cheltenham, GL51 9PG

     

    Senior Systems Engineer

     

    SCOUT SV

    ·       Created ICD for Power Distribution Unit iaw Def-Stan 61-05 and GVA

    ·       Requirements management for Cannon Control Unit (DOORS)

     

    Warrior

    ·       Part of a team creating the Power Distribution SRD

    ·       Part of Common Architecture team to reduce risk of divergence between Scout and Warrior reusable systems

     

     

    MBDA             Apr 2009 – Mar 2012

    MBDA UK, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QW

    < http://www.mbda.net >

     

    Senior Systems Engineer

     

    Future Local Area Air Defence System (Mar 2010 – Mar 2012)

    Responsibilities:

    ·       System modelling (black-box) and design through Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE - Rhapsody)

    ·       Use case creation and analysis for system definition and concept generation (MODAF and MBSE)

    ·       Reuse of COTS and integration of upcoming sub-systems through interface definition and functional analysis

    ·       Attending stakeholder meetings to define, populate and refine CSRD

    ·       Defining system physical and functional architecture through System Definition Specification (author)

    ·       Updating SEMP with latest SE objectives and system engineering definition processes

     

    NEC-Integrated Warfare (Apr 2009 – Mar 2010)

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Assistant Programme Manager for NEC-IW, managing five project teams across five partner companies

    ·       Produce monthly and quarterly reports indicating project progress, and report monthly cost, workload forecasts and risk budget analysis

    ·       Coordinate and present programme and technical progress to customer and business management

    ·       Assess and review key deliverables against contract for formal approval and delivery

    ·       Review of programme technology against TRLs and system capability against SRLs and creation and authorisation of programme reporting documents for customer delivery, and payment milestones.

    ·       Part of the bid management team for the follow on phase, including holding informal customer meetings for programme scoping from key programme objectives

     

     


    Thales UK      Sep 2007 – Mar 2009

    Thales UK, Wells, Somerset, BA5 1AA

    < http://www.thalesgroup.co.uk >

     

    Systems Engineer

     

    U* (Dec 2008 – Mar 2009)

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Co-chairing Change Control Board (CCB) with Requirements Manager for Systems Design validation

    ·       Co-Authoring the Systems Design Document (SDD) reflecting systems and functional architecture and systems design methodology

    ·       Weekly progress reporting with Systems Engineering Manager to Chief Engineer

    ·       Approving Change Requests on customer request and integrating into baseline requirements document

     

    FRES (July 2008 – Dec 2008)

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Part of the System of Systems Engineering (SoSE) team, responsible for capability analysis and creation of the SoS Specification and SOS architectural studies

    ·       Part of the SoS Integration Lab (SoSIL) team, responsible for the analysis of the SoSE capability studies

    ·       Creating component and MODAF views for FRES SoSE concept

    ·       Create battlegroup component views for clarification for OV-1 and OV-5 concepts

     

    M5-2 (Sep 2007 – July 2008)

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Part of the Hardware team of M5-2, responsible for the design and test of EOW and call circuitry

    ·       Supported ITEA in the development of test processes and documents for requirements compliance analysis

    ·       Subject matter contact for networking technologies and IP testing

     

    COAL IT Solutions   Jul 2006 – Sep 2006

    Boundary House, Jewry Street, London, EC3N 2AA.

    < http://www.coalit.com/index.htm >

     

    Desktop Support Engineer

     

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Part of a team to keep or exceed a 95% Service Level Agreement (SLA)

    ·       Supporting users on Windows and Linux platforms and respective office suites

    ·       Administrative help on Windows, Active Directory, and Lotus products

    ·       Maintenance of Wintel Servers

    ·       Creation of custom-specified machines.

     


    IBM UK          Aug 2003 – Sep 2004

    North Harbour, Portsmouth, UK, PO6 3AU

    < http://www.ibm.com >

     

    Network Engineer – Industrial Placement

     

    Responsibilities;

    ·       Part of the commercial team responsible for the maintenance and creation of customer networks

    ·       Leading a team for a software rollout across EMEA IBM Networks

    ·       Setup of Cisco routers/switches

    ·       Installation of Wintel servers onto existing networks

    ·       IOS and CatOS configuration

    ·       Setup and configuration of Nokia firewalls and Cisco IDS

    ·       Built servers to custom-specifications

    ·       WAN/LAN infrastructure maintenance

    ·       Administrative work on backup technologies (Veritas, NTBackup)

    ·       OSI 2nd and 3rd Layer Support

    ·       Terminal Services support (Citrix, Remote Desktop, TSC)

    ·       Firewall creation and configuration via Checkpoint

    ·       Firewall management with WebTrends

    ·       Regular network check-up with security scans and Sniffer/SNMP technology.

     

    Education

     

    University of Bath – Bath, UK                     Oct 2002 – May 2007

     

    M.Eng (Hons. w/ Placement) in Electronics Engineering and Space Science

     

    Subject Areas:

    ·       Control Systems

    ·       Networks and Protocols

    ·       Intelligent Systems Design

    ·       Electromagnetic Compatibility

    ·       Digital Signal Processing

    ·       Radar and Remote Sensing Technology

    ·       Radio Frequency Principles

    ·       Optical Electronics

    ·       Wireless Communications and Technologies

    ·       Accounting Principles

    ·       Electronic Devices and Components

     

    Projects:

    3rd Year; Design and build a rocket with an integrated Telemetry System

     

    This customised project was designed specifically for those on the Space Science course, involving the building of a model rocket, and the design and integration of a telemetry system with the aim of measuring the velocity and G-forces of the rocket post-launch.

     

    4th Year; Design and build a Passive Radar System

    The objective of this project was to create an electronically steerable antenna array, and detect commercial flights to and from Bristol Airport using DAB receivers within a 30 mile radius as the passive signals


    Training

     

    Course

    Who

    When

    TOGAF 9.1

    The Knowledge Academy

    March – April 2015

    Radar Theory and SADM

    BAE SYSTEMS

    March 2015

    Quality Maturity Model

    BAE SYSTEMS

    October 2014

    Integrated Architecture Framework

    BAE SYSTEMS

    October 2012

    Model-Based Systems Engineering

    MBDA / Objektum

    August 2011

    Rational Rhapsody Refresher Course

    MBDA / IBM

    April 2010

    Technical Foundation Course

    MBDA

    April 2010

    MBDA’s Approach to Project Management

    MBDA

    February 2010

    Architectural Driven Design

    MBDA

    January 2010

    Passport to Programme Management

    Thales Universite

    January 2009

    Bid Management

    Thales Universite

    August 2008

    Design for the Environment

    Thales Universite

    February 2008

    Quality & Continuous Improvement

    Thales Universite

    October 2007

    Cisco Networking

    IBM

    March 2004

     

    Software and Hardware Skills

     

    IT Skills:       Microsoft Office, Visio, Project, DOORS, Rhapsody, System Architect, MindMap, Powerpoint, System Architect, Windchill

    Programming and Simulation:              Matlab, C, JAVA, Assembly Lang. (All working knowledge)

    Networks Technologies:                                   TCP / IP, OSI, L2/3 Devices (inc. Cisco)

    Industrial Hardware:                             Wintel Servers, Cisco (IOS/CatOS), x86/x64 hardware.

     

    Key Achievements
     

    Educational Excellence Award (USA)

    Brigadier General E. Tressler Scholarship for Academic Excellence

    Red, White and Blue Scholarship for Leadership skills

    Community Service Award for charitable work.

    Innovation Award from the Thales Graduate Development Programme

    Part of the MBDA Charity Committee responsible for raising over £5,000 through various activities

     

    Languages

     

    English (Native)

    French (Basic)

    Malayalam (Basic)

     

    Professional and Other Affiliations

     

    IET (IEE) Member (Oct 2002 – NOW)


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