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     Date Submitted:25-05-2016
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     Current job:Sr. Engineer/ISS Liaision/Business Development
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords25+ years of experience working engineering, safety & mission assurance, project management, and business. Proven ability to lead government & contractor teams plus extensive experience with International Partners.
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    Professional Experience:

     

    May 2000                            UTC Aerospace Systems/Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems

    to Present                           18050 Saturn Ln. Suite 400

                                                    Houston, TX 77058

     

    UTAS ISS Liaison/Business Development/OneEVA Support (2013 to present)

    UTAS Liaison to Boeing & NASA for ECLSS, Re-Gen ECLSS, MCA & ATCS hardware on the ISS. 

    Represent UTAS to the Boeing & NASA customers.

    Report on ISS activities and their potential impact to UTAS hardware.

    Responsible for Business Development in the areas of ISS Payloads and Engineering Services.

    OneEVA support duties include:

    Manage & coordinate the Flight Certification process (CoFR/CoERs)

    Manage & coordinate responses to ISS Program Change Requests

     

    NASA EVA Office - ISS EVA Increment Manager (2000-2007, 2008-2013)

    EVA IPT Lead for Increments 4, 6, 10, 15, 19/20, 25 & 32. EVA Flight Lead for STS-135/ULF7.   Duties include NASA EVA Office Representative on the ISS Mission Management Team & to the ISS Program Office.

    Supported realtime EVA operations from the EVA IMC, including Team 4.

    Coordinated development of EVA requirements and subsequent design of EVA hardware (Russian, Japanese and U.S.) with the ISS Program Office.

    Work with International Partners to coordinate ISS EVA activities and joint EVA hardware development.  

    Supported the ISS MER as the EVA Representative.

    Responsible for coordinating & integrating ISS EVA End-to-End Maintenance Activities post-Shuttle retirement.  

    EVA Office representative to the Failure Response & Assessment Team (FRAT)

    OneEVA Project Lead for development of the SEMU Launch Enclosure (SLE)

    Met an aggressive schedule to design, develop, build and certify the SLE enabling the delivery and return of Short-EMUs from the ISS.

     

    OneEVA Manager for EVA 2010 & Shuttle Retirement (2007-2008)

    Project to maintain U.S. EVA capability on-board the ISS post-Shuttle retirement.

              This project included:

    Developed a mitigation plan to ensure EVA capability was maintained on ISS post-Shuttle retirement.  

    Managed multi-Delivery Orders related to the PLSS, SSA, and EVA Tools plus development and certification of Flight Support Equipment that allowed spacesuit components to be launched on International Partner vehicles following retirement of the Shuttle.

    Extended hardware certification life of current EVA hardware (EMUs, tools, etc) to support ISS operations to 2020.

     

    October 1996                        GHG Corporation

    to May 2000                       1100 Hercules, Suite 290

    Houston TX, 77058

     

    Senior Engineer/Lead – Russian EVA Safety & Mission

    Assurance Group, Shuttle Main Propulsion System Safety Engineer

    Supported the NASA/JSC SR&QA Directorate in the development and implementation of EVA Safety Requirements for the ISS Russian Segment.

    Ensured Russian EVA Tools were certified for use on the ISS.

    Provided engineering support to the Space Shuttle Program Office for Orbiter Main Propulsion System.

    Certified sub-vendor & contractors as assembly and maintenance

    Certified in the Shuttle MER for both the Shuttle & EVA Safety consoles.

     

    August 1988                       Rockwell Space Operations Company/United Space Alliance

    to August 1996                  600 Gemini Ave

    Houston, TX 77598

     

    Lead Space Shuttle Flight Control & Propulsion Instructor

    (Engineer III), Space Shuttle Descent Design Engineer (Engineer I & II)

    Worked as an instructor to train Space Shuttle crew members and flight controllers in procedures and systems relating to Space Shuttle Propulsion, Guidance, Flight Control, Digital Auto Pilot, and Aerodynamics.

    Designed and analyzed Space Shuttle trajectories and vehicle performance in the Terminal Area Energy Management and Glide Return to Launch Site phases of flight.

     

    Educational

    Background:       Parks College of St. Louis University

    Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering

    August 1988

     

    University Of Houston - Clear Lake

    Master of Science Degree in Space Science

    December 1995

     

    Awards and Honors                                

    1993, 1994, 1996, and 1999: NASA Group Achievement Awards

    1998, 1999:  GHG Corp Award for Outstanding Performance

    2001, 2003, 2004, 2010:  EVA Project Office Recognition of Excellence Award

    2003, 2004: Hamilton Sundstrand Achievement Award for Outstanding Effort on the EVA Program.

    2006:  One NASA Peer Award from Goddard Spaceflight Center

    2007:  Spaceflight Awareness Award

    2012: JSC Center Director Power of One Award – Gold Level

    2015: Space Flight Awareness Team Award

     

    Professional

    Associations                     

    Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

    Chairperson of the Houston AIAA EVA Technical Committee.

    EVA Operations Panel Chair for the 2010 International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES).

    Co-author of “Post-Shuttle EVA Operations on ISS” presented at the 2010 ICES conference.

    Co-author of “Beyond LEO Life Support Requirements and Technology Development Strategy” presented at the 2014 ICES Conference.

    Co-author of “Lunar Surface Habitats as Development Opportunity for Mars Surface Life Support Systems” presented at the 2016 ICES Conference.

     

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