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     Date Submitted:29-09-2017
     Last Modified:30-09-2017 (10:31)
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     Current job:Telecommunication Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsA highly motivated and hardworking individual with ten years tecnical and operational experience in defence and aviation sector as well as one year academic research assistantship. Excellent team worker, problem solver, connector between operational and t
    CV

    Work Experience:

    Aug 2015 - Dec 2016       Air Surveillance Officer

                                             NATO Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC) Uedem, Germany                                  

    - Ensuring, maintaining and management of real time air operations

    - Planning, direction and coordination of communication and surveillance related activities

    - Supporting of system user acceptance tests

    - Network monitoring and management

    - Supervising of several subordinate units in a multi-national environment

    - Training of new members

    - Harmonious member of a management team

    Aug 2011 – Aug 2015      Telecommunication Engineer

                                              TURAF (Turkish Air Force) Ankara, Turkey                                                                                 

    - Integration of Link-16 tactical data link (TDL) systems to TURAF Units

    - Creation of Link-16 network designs

    - Network monitoring and management

    - CRM management

    - Ticket processing and providing solutions about hardware and software issues

    - System development, preparing and raising engineering chance proposals

    - Unix System (Solaris Servers) Management

    - Windows System Management

    - Maintaining of Testing Lab provided by Northrop Grumman-USA Company

    - Supporting test activities of communication systems (Turkish AWACS, F16, JSF, Frigates and Air Command and Control System)

    - Configuration management of TDL related standards within the NATO Tactical Data Link Capability Team

    - Site surveys and installation of antenna/terminal systems

    - Radar acceptance tests

    - Supporting all project phases

    - Supporting feasibility studies of new generation data links

    - Connector role between operators and civilian engineers

    Jul 2007 – Aug 2011        Intercept Controller

                                              Merzifon Control and Reporting Centre (CRC) Amasya, Turkey                                             

    - Managing military air traffic

    - Ensuring safe separation with civilian traffics

    - Defending airspace against all type of air threats

    - Coordinating airspace with other units, civilians and neighbouring nations

    Feb 2006 – Jan 2017       Officer in Turkish Air Force                                                                                                     

    - Served Turkish Air Force as an officer up to rank of Captain

    Jan 2005 – Feb 2006       Graduate Research Assistant

                                              Yildiz Technical University Istanbul, Turkey                 

    - Maintenance of GSM lab

    - Researches in Antenna Arrays, Radar Systems and Electronic Warfare

    Education:

    2004-2007                           Master of Science, Telecommunication Engineering Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering Faculty, Yildiz Technical University Istanbul, Turkey

    Telecommunication Engineering (3,45 out of 4) – Thesis: Linear Antenna Array Radiation Pattern Synthesis by Using Genetic Algorithm

    2000-2004                           Bachelor of Science, Yildiz Technical University Istanbul, Turkey

    Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (3,23 out of 4) – Thesis: Interference between brain waves and radio waves in GSM frequencies

    1996-2000                           High School, Izmir Sidika Rodop High School

    Professional Training and Courses:

    - Introduction to NATO Online Course, CAOC UEDEM-Germany

    - Air Command and Control System (ACCS) Training, CAOC UEDEM-Germany

    - Integrated Command and Control (ICC) System Training, CAOC UEDEM-Germany

    - Multi-Link Planning, STM (Engineering of Defence Technologies Company), Ankara-Turkey

    - Problem Analysing for F-16’s Communication Systems, STM Company, Ankara-Turkey

    - Maintenance of Testing Lab (Network and Interoperability) Training, STM Company, Ankara-Turkey

    - Link 16 Joint Interoperability Course and Network Management, Joint Chief of Staff, US Air Force

    - NATO Consultation, Command and Control Course, NATO School Oberammergau, Germany

    - Joint Network Design Aid (JNDA) Training, Joint Chief of Staff, US Air Force

    - Link 16 MIDS Terminal Operations and Maintenance Course, USA ViaSat Company

    - Unix Based Air OperationSystem Administrator Training, Belgium Glon NATO Programming Center (NPC)

    - Air Defence Systems Training, Air Defence System Support Branch-TURAF Ankara

    - Basic Network and CISCO Training, TURAF College of Information Technologies, İzmir

    - Military Controller Education, TURAF College of Air Defence, İzmir

    Skills:

         Languages

    Turkish – Native

    English – Proficient User

    German – Independent user (B1)

         Technical Skills

    SECURITY: Log management, Certificate configuration and management, Crypto management

    REVERSE ENGINEERING: By using NATO Analyse Tools

    NETWORKING: Cisco, LAN-WAN, Wireshark/TCPView packet analysis and TDMA Design

    OPERATING SYSTEMS and SOFTWARE: Unix (Solaris 10 and Linux including Fedora and Debian), C++, C#, Matlab/Simulink

    INTEROPERABILITY: Interoperability analyses by using Lockheed Martin Tools

         Organizational & Managing Skills

    - Manage ability to gather information, analyse results, monitor performance and plan ahead

    - Take the responsibility to take an action when needed as a leader

    - Perfect team member

         Communication Skills

    - Ability to interact and effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds, highlighting teamwork and problem solving

    - Connector between operational and technical area

    - More than 5 years’ experience in a multi-national and multi-cultural environment

         Driving License

    - AM/B/C1/BE/C1E

    Additional Information:

         Awards / Achievements

    - Several letters of appreciation

    - Played key role implementation of Link-16 systems to Turkish Air Force Units

    - Solved critical technical problems related air operations

    - Defined TURAF’s future tactical data link plans  

         Personal Interests

    - Researches about Communication Technologies

    - Social Media

    - Cycling and football


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