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The battery malfunction that put DirecTV’s Spaceway-1 satellite at risk of exploding has a “very low likelihood” of occuring on other satellites, according to the satellite’s manufacturer, Boeing.  SpaceNews.com
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The leadership of the House Science Committee introduced a NASA authorization bill Jan. 24 that seeks to significantly alter NASA’s current plans to return humans to the moon and make them part of an effort to send humans to Mars. SpaceNews.com
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A team of U.S. military and civilian defense officials spent most of 2019 drawing up plans to create a Space Force as a new service branch within the Air Force. But it wasn’t until Congress reached a deal in December on the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act that the Space Force went from concept to reality. SpaceNews.com
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Getting the Space Force right and creating the first new U.S. armed service in more than half a century will be a herculean task. Meeting that growing challenge will require, first and foremost, getting Space Force acquisition right. SpaceNews.com
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NASA has selected acting directors at two of its field centers to take those positions on a permanent basis. SpaceNews.com
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Vector, the launch vehicle and smallsat technology company that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December, announced Jan. 24 it is proceeding with plans to sell its satellite technology to Lockheed Martin or another bidder. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX will launch Egyptian operator NileSat’s next communications satellite on a Falcon 9 rocket in 2022, SpaceXsaid Jan. 23. SpaceNews.com
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NASA will turn off an aging infrared space telescope in a week, citing the complexities of continuing to operate the spacecraft as it drifts away from the Earth. SpaceNews.com
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The Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center, or Space ISAC, will launch an unclassified portal where companies can share and analyze cybersecurity information. SpaceNews.com
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Hoyt said observations from the U.S. military’s Space Surveillance Network showed the Prox-1 satellite deorbiting more than 24 times faster than before deploying the tape.  SpaceNews.com
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The European Commission has “pre-booked” four launches using Europe’s next-generation Ariane 6 rocket. SpaceNews.com
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Firefly Aerospace says it had an “anomaly” during a Jan. 22 static-fire test of the first stage of its Alpha rocket under development, an incident that prompted evacuations and road closures in the vicinity in the test site. SpaceNews.com
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Descartes Labs unveiled Jan. 22 a cloud-based platform for commercial customers that pairs geospatial datasets with modeling tools and applications. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX has asked the U.S. District Court of the Central District of California to hold a hearing on March 2 to consider the company’s protest against the U.S. Air Force. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 22 Jan 2020 22:25:21 +0000
The U.S. Space Force must acquire responsive, routine, and reliable access to space — starting with launch systems optimize for reaching low Earth orbit (LEO). SpaceNews.com
Wed, 22 Jan 2020 21:47:41 +0000
DirecTV is racing to move its Spaceway-1 satellite out of the geostationary arc after the 14-year-old satellite suffered a crippling battery malfunction that the company fears could cause it to explode.  SpaceNews.com
Wed, 22 Jan 2020 21:39:27 +0000
Boeing has decided to no longer continue development of an experimental suborbital spaceplane for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the latest setback for DARPA’s long-running efforts in space access. SpaceNews.com
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Dutch launch broker Innovative Space Logistics and Firefly Aerospace signed a launch services agreement for launch opportunities on multiple Firefly Alpha missions starting this year. SpaceNews.com
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The acting administrator of NOAA says the private sector is playing an increasingly important role in its work across the board, including space. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:17-08-2015
     Last Modified:01-08-2019 (01:44)
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     Current job:Business Developer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSpace sales, recruitment, management, procurement monitoring
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    Professional Experience

    Nov 15 – Nov 16           Business Developer

    HE Space Operations GmbH, Bremen, Germany     

    HE Space provide recruitment consultancy services and administrative personnel management, employing 200 space professionals

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, I serviced engineering staffing requests in all areas of space engineering and held de-facto responsibility for new customers. I completed my sales target (15 positions) three months ahead of schedule. Key customer: Airbus.

    o Coordination of a team of recruiters

    o Candidate selection and coaching

    o Proposal generation

    o Customer acquisition

    o Support for employee performance reviews

    o Revision of company recruitment procedures

    o Industry representation at conferences, etc.

    Mar 11 – Oct 15            Manager: Marketing and Sales

    Terma GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany

    Terma GmbH is a provider of consultancy services and bespoke software systems to European space and similar organisations.

    Reporting to the Managing Director, I helped extend Terma services into new areas, increasing engineer count from 57 to 75. Key customers: ESOC and ESO.

    o Candidate selection, coaching and recruitment

    o Maintenance and upgrading recruitment channels

    o Proposal generation

    o Contract negotiation and administration

    o Off-site staff management

    o Alignment of customer, employee and senior management

    o Recurrent renegotiation of service level agreements

    Jul 97 - Feb 11              Self-employed

    Mayer Consultancy, Ober-Ramstadt, Germany

    o Recruitment services to space and technology companies

    o Acquisition and leadership of space engineering projects

    o Investigation/initial mediation of company acquisitions

    o Coaching services for individuals interested in career change

    Jul 90 - Sep 96              Aerospace Sales Manager

    mbp GmbH/EDS GmbH, Dortmund/Frankfurt, Germany        

    mbp/EDS was a heterogeneous system and software house with circa 500 employees.

    o Establishment of relations with potential customers

    o Personnel recruitment and staff evaluation

    o Servicing on-site consultants

    o Leadership of an internal research project for a spacecraft procedure assistant. Presentation to operations organisations

    o Production of proposals, including organisation and leadership of ad-hoc consortia

    o Negotiations with customer and partner firms

    Jan 89 - Jun 90             Business Development Manager

    Satellite Operational Services GmbH, Gilching, Germany

    SOS was a provider of technician services consultancy to the German Space Operations Centre. Reporting to the company founder/owner, I contributed to an increase the staff complement from 70 to 105.

    o Advised the company owner organisational and process changes

    o Established procedures for competitive bidding

    o Led proposal campaigns

    o Established contact with potential new customers and partners

    o Revised the recruitment procedures

    o Organised and led international recruitment campaigns

    o Engineering team management

    Nov 83 – Dec 88           Mission Analyst

    International Maritime Satellite Organisation, London, England

    INMARSAT was an international organisation providing satellite communication on the high seas. In 1985 they purchased their first satellite constellation. I was responsible for multiple subsystems.

    o Spacecraft proposal evaluation and contractor selection

    o Negotiated system level technical specifications

    o Monitored compliance with technical specifications

    o Coordinated the activities of senior consultants

    o Supported procurement of spacecraft simulator, launch vehicles, launch and early orbit operations and operational software

    Mar 81 - Nov 83            Associate Engineer

    Ford Aerospace, Palo Alto/Sunnyvale, CA USA

    Ford Aerospace was a large spacecraft manufacturer.

    o Analysis of requirements and capabilities

    o Development of orbital dynamics application software

    o Software presentations to customers

    o Supported spacecraft proposal generation

    o Designed and delivered orbital dynamics courses to US Air Force personnel

     

    Education

    Sep 79 – Aug 80           PhD programme in physics (not completed)

    Cornell University, USA and Nordic Institute for Theoretical Atomic Physics, Copenhagen

    Sep 75 – Jun 79            AB degree in physics

    Princeton University, New Jersey, USA., with thesis in theoretical solid-state physics

     

    Ancillary Information

    Date of birth:                9. January 1957

    Nationality:                   USA (unrestricted visa to reside/work in Germany and certain other EU countries)

    Languages:                  English (native),

                                       German (fluent),

                                       basic reading knowledge in multiple European languages

    Family status:              married, with one grown daughter


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