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     Date Submitted:26-01-2017
     Last Modified:26-01-2017 (11:58)
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     Current job:Satellite System Operator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately

    Top Secret Clearance/Eligible for SCI


    United States Citizen

    Highest Position: GS-11 Satellite System Operator Specialist (2010-Present)

    Job Title: Satellite System Operator Specialist


    Career Summary

    Extensive knowledge in the command and control of Military ground and payload communication, specifically in MILSTAR. Vast knowledge in the Satellite Mission Control Subsystem (SMCS), EHF, as well as Advanced Extreme High Frequency (AEHF) equipment. Conversant on satellite spacecraft and 16 subsystems in providing Telemetry, Tracking, and Commanding for AFSCN network. Proven track record in development of regulatory procedural programs, technical manual quality assurance, payload commanding, constellation scheduling deconfliction, and anomaly resolution. Well accustomed to 24/7 rotating shift schedule. Demonstrated ability in assessing, reporting, and resolving spacecraft EMI. Ability to adequately and concisely provide positional changeover and counterpart briefings. Provided annual training to crew personnel, as well as develop new operations procedures. Maintained certification with annual evaluation as a mission essential satellite system operator.


    Work Experience - 9 Years total 


    148 SOPS – USAF                         10/2010-Present

    Bldg 23229 Bishop Rd, Vandenberg Tracking Station                  Vandenberg AFB, 93437

    40 hours per week                      $76, 371 per year


    Satellite System Operator/Crew Chief- Provides daily SATCOM command and control expertise at numerous C2 (command and control) agencies such as Joint Space Operations (JSPOC), and regional Air and Space Centers. 


    Experience in solving anomalies during high-stress real world situation

    Validates and enhances war fighter capabilities through testing and evaluation

    Performed over three thousand (SOH) States of Health on Milstar constellation

    Provides resource monitoring and allocation for terminal apportionment for command and control telemetry spacecraft

    Specializes in supplying Priority/COMSEC(Communication Security)/TRANSEC(Transmission Security) Rekey for military and civilian field users

    Analyses payload performance periodically for spacecraft integrity. Extensive knowledge in anomaly resolution principles and SEU’s(Single Event Upset) error protocol responses

    Proven track record in identifying and resovling hardware faults

    Efficient in maintaining situational awareness during stress induced environments

    Deconflicts daily activity schedule as to ensure task are performed at appropriate time


    50 OSS/OSC – USAF                         10/2009-10/2010

    50 SW FOIA 300 O’Malley Avenue Suite 37                   Schriever AFB, CO 80912

    40 hours per week                               $1,916 bi-weekly


    Satellite System Operator/Crew Chief/Crew Force Manager, SrA – Maintained crew force records and provided monthly training for operations crew, as well as regulation standards upheld by 50th space wing.


    Replicates adversary space capabilities to improve combat training

    Ability to understand, plan, and coordinate diagnostic procedures

    Extremely detail oriented in scheduling mission capable crew force through day to day Space Duty Orders

    Designated Milstar Subject Matter Expert

    Assisted in creating military Technical Orders and Operating Instructions for crew operations


    4th Space Operations Squadron – USAF                      10/2007-10/2009

    50 SW FOIA 301 O’Malley Avenue Suite 37                      Schriever AFB, CO 80912

    40 hours per week                                               $1,729 bi-weekly


    Satellite System Operator, A1C – Plans satellite contacts, resolves emergencies, and performs satellite commanding during launch, early orbit, daily operations, and end-of-life testing.


    Routinely provides rekey information to USSTRATCOM for priority rekey determination

    Extensive knowledge in assessing problematic situations and determining the best corrective action

    Provides on-orbit telemetry, tracking, and commanding for Milstar satellite systems

    Administers COMSEC and TRANSEC communications for DOD users



    381st Training Squadron (Space 100)-USAF                             03/2007-10/2007

    1382 Nevada Ave                                 Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437

    40 hours per week                               $1.705 bi-weekly


    Satellite System Operator Trainee, Amn – Received basic space operation and terminal training, as well as Milstar operation fundamental instruction.


    Trained on MILSTAR Basic Operator Course with an outstanding 95% average

    Trained on crucial battery recondition, equipped $7.5B constellation for eclipse—ensured top efficiency

    Trained on satellite/terminal over-the-air crypto rekey operation for communication access for over 2000 user terminals

    Trained on Telemetry Tracking and Control, Anomaly Resolution procedures, and States of Health



    High School Diploma- Sandra Day O’Connor, San Antonio TX, 2005





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