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     Date Submitted:04-08-2022
     Last Modified:05-08-2022 (06:55)
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     Current job:Systems Safety Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSystems Safety Space Systems Fault Tree Analysis Safety Assessment Reports Failure Modes and Effects Analysis System Safety Architecture Descriptions Risk Assessments Common Cause Analysis Safety Baseline Impact Assessments Mishap Investigations


    Johns Hopkins University, Dec 2021

    M.S., Space Systems Engineering                                                                                                                                         

    Biola University, May 2019
    B.S., Physical Science   



    Raytheon Intelligence & Space                    April 2020 – Present

    Systems Safety Engineer                                                                                                                                                                                                      

    · Perform System Safety Engineering activities through multiple program phases - including proposal, development, integration/test, and production - such as analyzing and documenting Fault Tree Analysis, Safety Assessment Reports, FMEA/FMES, System Safety Architecture Descriptions, Risk Assessments, Common Cause Analysis, and Safety Baseline Impact Assessments

    ·  Led the effort to migrate an in-house issue tracking database to JIRA, transitioning the program to employ agile processes and increasing productivity by 85%

    · Created an automated FMEA/FMES updating tool using VBA script, which automatically populates failure rates and failure modes based on the latest Mean Time Between Failure data, reducing the manual workflow by over 95%

    · Created and evaluated a system level Fault Tree and the corresponding failure probabilities for the release of the GEO7 Satellites for the FAA Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) program

    · Support preparation of presentations, analyses, and reports for bi-weekly System Safety Working Groups (SSWGs) with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

    · Performed a comprehensive Fault Tree Analysis as part of an IRAD study for a multi-million-dollar FAA contract proposal

    ·Completed the Functional Reliability and Systems Safety Engineering and Supportability Engineering courses as part of the Advanced Technical Educational Program (ATEP)


    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems                 May 2019 – April 2020Engineer – Engineering Field Support                   

    ·       Subject Matter Expert for the General Atomics Reliability Improvement Portal (GRIP); a company application used for depot return reporting, hardware investigations, and failure and reliability metrics

    ·       Wrote project requirements during the development of the GRIP application, and worked closely with developers throughout the Quality Assurance and production environment test processes

    ·       Lead the weekly Propulsions Systems field support meeting, discussing corrective actions for Propulsion-related hardware returns

    ·       Transitioned companywide part number schemes to Work Unit Code schemes in order to preform Failure Mode and Effects analysis based on functionality. Developed based on MIL-STD-780

    ·       Maintained Top Reliability, Maintainability, and Supportability (RMS) Drivers metrics

    ·       Maintained weekly, bi-monthly, and monthly Failure Trending and Depot Return metrics, which are reported and presented at the executive level and to the customer and engineering staff

    ·       Maintained Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) and Mean Time Between Loss (MTBL) mishap metrics to quantitatively determine the relationship between critical failures, flight hours, and known design failure

    ·       Participated in Safety Investigation Boards and mishap risk assessments


    Mishap Investigations Engineering Extended Internship          June 2018 – May 2019

    ·       Completed root cause investigation, failure analysis, and hardware testing on mishap aircraft and unscheduled hardware returns

    ·       Wrote a VBA script to convert aircraft telemetry data to a Keyhole Markup Language in order to generate flight path reconstruction graphics in Google Earth

    ·       Performed analysis of aircraft data loggers to determine failure modes in mishap aircraft

    ·       Conducted failure analysis through Non-Destructive Investigation (NDI), metrology testing, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), hardware testing, simulated calculations, and various inspections of suspect parts and systems


    Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering                eptember 2020 – Present

    Lead Graduate Teaching Assistant                                                                                                            ·       Actively provide student support and feedback for the Systems Engineering for Space course for 75+ students, per semester

    ·       Supervise a team of 3 graduate teaching assistants to manage deadlines, assist with student questions, and ensure consistent and quality feedback is provided to students

    ·       Provide assignment and team project grades in a timely manner with meaningful feedback to facilitate student learning outcomes

    ·       Create and maintain course content for 14 modules include lecture materials, assignments, quizzes, rubrics, and project materials



    CAFTA.  Systems Tool Kit (STK), Solidworks/Autodesk, MatLab, Clearquest, Advanced Excel + VBA Scripting


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