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     Date Submitted:10-12-2016
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     Current job:Level 4 Quality Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywords30 years quality engineering, NASA certified, experienced microcircuits level through launches
    CV

    SUMMARY

    Quality Assurance professional with proven record of Aerospace achievements. Extensive background in high reliability hardware, quality systems, satellite integration, and launch support.

    Professional Quality Engineer with strong hardware background from P.C. Board level through Satellite program office quality responsible for spacecraft compliance design stages through delivery and launch operations.

    Extensive experience working with foreign and domestic suppliers, customers, engineering, and program management.

    Current NASA certifications in NASA 8739.1A, 8739.4, and J-STD-001FS.

    §Clearances:  Inactive TS/SCI with single scope poly background investigation (SSBI), DOD secret

    AREAS OF EXPERTISE / PRIOR EXPERIENCE

    NASA, Defense, and Commercial Satellites

    Level II NDT Radiography, Penetrants

    Launch Support

    MIL 883 Microelectronic and hybrid assembly

    Spacecraft Integration And Test

    AS9100 / ISO9000

    MIL STD and NASA certified instructor

    Six Sigma Greenbelt

    ESA, J-STD-001FS, NASA 8739 Standards

    SAP Proficient

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    KBRwyle (formerly Honeywell HTSI, SMA3)                                                                                                                        October 2015 - Present

    Level 4 Quality Engineer (October 2015 – Present)                    

    Field support quality engineer providing on sight support at suppliers. Perform audits, product assessments and compliance assurance.

    Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) spacecraft dynamics testing and supplier surveillance for instrument level rework / retest.

    James Webb Space Telescope dynamics (thermal vacuum) test support

    Quality Analyst supporting Requirement Evaluation and Documentation Assessment & Analysis (REDAA), Operational Safety Audit (IFOSA, Quality Audit, Assessment, and Review (QAAR), and evaluation of Office of Safety & Mission Assurance (OSMA) requirements flow down NASA HQ to the NASA Centers/Component Facilities.

     Support supplier contract compliance assessments of supplier internal processes, procedures, and quality management system.

     

    Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Newtown, Pa                                 2006 – August 2015

    Senior Staff Quality Engineer (2005 – August 2015)                    

    Program office Quality Lead on multiple NASA, defense, and commercial satellite programs. Responsible for product compliance during fabrication, integration, and launch on multiple defense, NASA, and commercial satellite programs including GOES R, GOES S, CLIO, MUOS, SBIRS, SIRIUS 4, BSAT 3B, BSAT 3C, ASTRA 1KR, ASTRA 1L, Koreasat 3, Inmarsat 3 flights 1 through 5.

    Multiple launch campaigns at Cosmodrome Kazakhstan, Cape Canaveral, and CSG French Guiana.

    Established effective quality systems and support resulting in 100% program mission success.

    Direct customer interface from program initiation through launch.

    Implemented nonconformance management process resulting in 30% reduction in backlog aging.

    Proficient in Aerospace high reliability NASA, Military, and European Space Agency (ESA) standards.

     

    Product Assurance Engineer, Printed Circuit Assemblies (2009 – 2011)

    Responsible for mixed technology assemblies fabricated at multiple suppliers. Support design and readiness reviews, nonconformance resolution, first article inspections (FAI), and end item product configuration and compliance.

    Member of highly effective product support team resulting in reduction in board delivery delays and significant improvement in next higher assembly (box level) test compliance success.    

     

    Supplier Quality Engineer (2005 – 2009)

    Responsible for performance and physical compliance of supplier products in support of defense and commercial programs. Support design reviews, readiness reviews, and nonconformance resolution. Validate end item configuration.

    Implemented highly effective supplier product assurance management techniques to identify workmanship and delivery improvement opportunity.

    Direct support on domestic and international suppliers.

    Ensure implementation of Mission Assurance Requirements (MARs).

    Support gap analysis and risk analysis / mitigations.

     

    Senior Quality Engineer (2004 – 2005)

    Responsible for performance and physical compliance of microelectronic and power assemblies, antenna systems, and spacecraft payload system modules.

    Direct interface with manufacturing management, engineering, program offices, and customers.

    Support product build and test cycle through delivery and spacecraft integration.

    Proficient in MIL-STD-883

     

    Software Quality Engineering, Lockheed Martin Mission Systems (1999 – 2004)

    Quality engineering team member in software development and delivery for U.S. Army 4th Infantry Division Maneuver Control Systems.

    Support software development through delivery

    On sight support of software products validation tests at Ft. Hood, Tx.

                                                   

    Program Quality Assurance Engineer; RCA ASTRO Space Division (1995 – 1999)

    Responsible for implementing physical and performance requirements for Inmarsat 3 flights 1 through 5   commercial satellite program. Ensure product compliance during fabrication, integration, and launch.

    Program quality interface with manufacturing and integration and test (I&T) teams

    Support spacecraft launch campaigns

     

    Training and Certification Instructor; RCA ASTRO Space Division (1988 – 1995)

    Prepared and conducted training courses for soldering, harnessing, SMT, polymerics, hybrid fabrication, and spacecraft integration. Considered resident authority for workmanship evaluation.

    Certified instructor in Military standards 454, 1460, 46844, 45743E, MIL-2000, DOD-2000

    NASA Certified instructor in standards NHB 5300.4 3A-1, 3G, 3H, 3J, 3Z   

     

    Quality Control Inspector; RCA ASTRO Space Division (1985 – 1988)

    Incoming inspection of electrical and mechanical products.

    In process inspections of printed circuit assemblies, box level assemblies, and harnessing.

    Inspector certifications in NHB 5300.4 3A-1, 3G, 3H, 3J, 3Z  

    MIL-STD-453 Certified Radiography RT II

    MIL-STD-6866 Certified Liquid Penetrants PT II

     

    MILITARY

    Disabled Veteran, U.S. Air Force, Honorable Discharge; 1976 - 1981

    EDUCATION

    AAS, Digital and Microprocessor Technology   Lyon’s Institute, Cherry Hill, NJ

    AWARDS

    Lockheed Martin 2014 Space Systems Company Exceptional Service Award

    Lockheed Martin 2015 Space Systems Company co-recipient Successful Program Execution Team Award

                   


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