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     Date Submitted:15-04-2016
     Last Modified:17-04-2016 (05:25)
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     Current job:Consultant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
    Seeking an entry-level engineering position with a leading firm that utilizes my interest in defense, engineering, mathematical and leadership skills.
    EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY                                                          Prescott, AZ
    GPA: 3.051/4.000 (Dean’s List Fall 2011, Summer 2014, Spring 2015)                  2011-2015
    Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering                                                   Graduate
    Minor in Propulsion
    Minor in Business Administration 
    Relevant Courses (BS Aerospace Engineering)
    Fluid Dynamic, Aerodynamics 1, Spacecraft Preliminary Design, Spacecraft Detail Design, Aerospace Structures and Instrumentation with Lab
    Relevant Courses (Minor Propulsion)
    Air Breathing and Rocket Propulsion, Space Propulsion, Advanced Propulsion, Advanced Space Propulsion
    Relevant Courses (Minor Business Administration)
    Business Management, Financial Accounting, Microeconomics, Marketing
    OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY                                               Stillwater, OK
    Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering                           2003-2004
    13 credits completed
    Software: ANSYS (intermediate), MATLAB including Simulink (fluent), C/C++ (basic), CATIA V5R20 (intermediate), AutoCAD 2000 (intermediate), MS Word (fluent), Excel (fluent), PowerPoint (fluent), Outlook (intermediate)
    Preliminary Design/Detail Design                                         AUG 2014 – APR 2015
    Initially selected as Project Manager by peers overseeing two teams of fifteen team members in Phase 1 to Phase 3 development of space missions. Selected as Team Lead of the Propulsion Subsystem by peers for Phase 2 to Phase 3 development of system design. Utilizing customer requirements, federal, state and local regulations and policies, a design was created to land a payload precise target location, semi-autonomously. During Detail Design, the concept was finalized, a prototype fabricated, and individual subsystems were tested culminating in a successful full system test. A three minute video of the vehicle’s successful flight can be seen here:
    High Altitude Balloon                                                               JAN 2014 – MAY 2014
    Organized a team of four to meet critical deadlines in order to design a scientific payload containing a video camera, pressure sensor, temperature sensor, attitude determination sensors, accelerometer and gyroscope to reach an altitude of seventy thousand feet. The mission was semi-successful as video data was obtained however other data was lost due to structural failure upon landing.
    Quadcopter                                                                               APR 2015 – PRESENT
    Currently in the conceptual design phase creating a racing quadcopter for the 350 class.  First-person view will be utilized as well as a custom designed frame to support all components.
    Moveable Shelving Units                                                     AUG 2013
    Personally designed and constructed moveable shelving units for garage organization. These shelving units meet numerous requirements, most importantly, easily moveable and cleared a standard garage door.  Supporting over 700 pounds, the shelving units create vast amount of storage space.
    Computer Aided Conceptual Design                                 AUG 2012 – DEC 2012
    As part of a 3-person team, a conceptual design of a Mars Rover was developed using methods of conceptual design and the CATIA program. The design was completed using Part, Assembly, Generative Shape, and Parametric Design Workbenches. Numerical analysis was performed on structure using the CATIA program.
    Bunk Beds                                                                              AUG 2007
    During deployment to Afghanistan on a remote Forward Operating Base, structural supports for custom made bunk beds were designed and implemented for a company of soldiers using limited resources. The structural supports implemented eliminated injuries from collapse of the bunk beds.
    US Army, Fort Bragg, NC                                                 2005 – 2011
    Inactive - US DOD Secret Clearance
    Sergeant, Assistant Operations Sergeant                    OCT 2010 – SEP 2011
    o Selected by Command Sergeant Major over all other Jump Masters in Squadron to be the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of the S3 Air section of operations
    o Planned and conducted airborne operations and proficiency training for over 450 paratroopers
    o Assisted and advised the Battle Captain on all aspects of operations and reporting
    Sergeant, Infantry Team Leader                                       APR 2008 – SEP 2010
    o Lead an infantry team in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both superiors and subordinates in the accomplishment of their duties
    o Supervised maintenance and employment of team and equipment
    o Responsible for the training, discipline, morale, welfare, safety and accountability of a four-man Airborne Reconnaissance Fire Team
    Private First Class – Specialist, Infantry Rifleman                 SEP 2005 – MAR 2008
    o Assisted in the performance of reconnaissance operations during combat
    o Operated and maintained communications equipment, and operated in a radio net
    Unit Prevention Leader                                        FEB 2011
    o Conducted drug and alcohol awareness training to over 100 soldiers, resulting in the lowest drug and alcohol incident rate within the Brigade for over 3 months
    Jump Master School                                           JUN 2009 
    o Trained in the Army techniques for static line parachuting from an aircraft while in flight
    o Performed jumpmaster duties in the aircraft while soldiers are exiting the in-flight aircraft
    Warrior Leader Course                                      AUG 2008 
    First course in the Non-Commissioned Officer Education System (NCOES)  
    o Trained in the fundamentals of leadership including garrison and field leadership, physical training and counseling
    Combat Lifesaver Course                                SEP 2006
    Airborne School                                                 FEB 2006 
    Eagle Scout                                                        AUG 2003
    o Eagle Project: Trail conservation in Forest Park, Portland, OR.  Expanded scope of planned project by 1/3, completing 225 feet of trail conservation. Acquired materials. Coordinated and supervised 15 people in conservation effort

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