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     Date Submitted:20-10-2017
     Last Modified:20-10-2017 (07:33)
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     Current job:SBIRS Crew Member
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsOperator; Software Testing; Conjunction Analysis; NCO; Crew Operations; Communication; TS/SCI
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    PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

    Highly skilled in satellite command and control, payload commanding, operational and strategic planning, and background in SBIRS (Space Based Infrared System), Global Positioning System (GPS) and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) assets.  13 years experience instructing as a subject matter expert in the U.S. Air Force.  Five years experience instructing on various space platforms.  Developed, implemented and presented training plans for crew members. Space 200 graduate where BMDS scenarios were utilized and simulated. Nine years experience in leadership and supervisory roles, mentoring and developing future Air Force leaders. Expertise in missile intelligence and defense, knowledge in planning and operating in a contested, degraded and operationally limited environment. Qualifications include:

    • Current TS/SCI Clearance                  • Foreign space threats              • Proficiency in system software

    • Strong communicator                          • MS Office/STK/UNIX             • Real-time satellite operations

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

    SBIRS Crew Member, U.S. Air Force Reserve                         Oct 2017-Present

    Satellite Systems Operator, U.S. Air Force                              Mar 2017- Sep 2017

    • Trained as a Satellite System Operator on the GPS constellation.  Trained in real-time schedule changes coordinated through 22 SOPS; daily contacts with AFSCN sites for SATC2 Operations

    Trained in crew operations contacting GPS II/IIR/IIR-M/IIF for support/maintenance/contingency activities

    • Trained in operations in ACE/DCC (Windows based) and Solaris OS for TT&C satellite commanding

    Unit Deployment Manager, U.S. Air Force                                    2015-2017

    •Program Manager; trained and validated deployment program/policies for 50 OG/CC & 6 subordinate organizations; facilitated influx of 180 students; decreased readiness processing by 50%

    •Executed deployment management operations; Led team to ensure readiness requirements; supported 45 group members/year for worldwide deployment taskers

    •Managed SORTS/DRRS, IMR, deployment planning/execution/health/readiness status, ART, and augmentation duty; Direct impact to base readiness posturing and global deployment readiness

    Flight Safety Watch Stander, NRO, U.S. Air Force                        Aug 2013-Nov 2014

    • Integrated IRON catalog and ephemeris daily from JSpOC and ground stations for Flight Safety of entire NRO constellation

    • Knowledge and familiarity of TLE’s utilizing higher-accuracy ephemeris for orbital conjunctions for highest fidelity analysis to ensure accurate decision making in executing burn options

    • Utilizing ephemeris software processing, performed countless close approach analysis and burn option analysis for all NRO assets; Real-time coordination w/ground site OA’s for expedient decision making

    • Executed 800+ global radio frequency (RF) deconfliction analysis and reporting; protected $14 billion ISR assets from RF interference

    • Learned six new defensive space software tools; Tasked with integrating SSA software into NROC crew operations

    Mission Management Operator/Planner, U.S. Air Force                    Aug 2009- Jul 2013

    • Four years experience as an operator and planner. Developed and implemented 1000’s of plans and schedules for SBIRS assets, deconflicting with classified intelligence agencies

    • Quick learner and often worked independently or in crew environment. Self-motivated in learning and testing new UNIX software and learning characteristics of various missile threats regarding Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITW/AA)

    • Filled crew intelligence gap; maintained SBIRS presence on classified network.  Point of contact for daily foreign activities, missile threats and global/space situational awareness

    • Monitored various Foreign missile site signals; basic understanding of different types of SIGINT for missile warning indications.

    • Adept verbal communicator.  Instructed in classroom setting as well as on-the-job training; 460th Group NCO of 1st Quarter, 2012; key team member for IG professional team award

    • Tracked countless events utilizing SBIRS HEO assets that required in depth knowledge of Ballistic Missile characteristics and working knowledge of STK/MMSI/JWICS/Microsoft Office Suite

     

    EDUCATION

    American Military University, B.S. in Space Studies, 75/124 credits accomplished, 3.16 GPA

    Air University, CCAF, Associate’s in Satellite Operations

    Space 200: Operations, Intelligence, Orbital Mechanics, STK, Acquisitions, USAFA Cubesat

    Air University, CCAF, Associate’s in Aircraft Armament Systems


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