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 Date Submitted:17-02-2011
 Last Modified:21-02-2011 (05:38)
Job information
 Current job:Engineer
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
 KeywordsAerospace Engineer, Project Engineering, Test Engineer, Team Player, astrophysics, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, propulsion, modeling static and dynamic systems, systems engineering, controls, circuits, structures, CAD, design, technical writing.
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Professional Summary  

Highly motivated and well-rounded engineer with both work and research experience. Knowledge of astrophysics, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, propulsion, modeling static and dynamic systems, systems engineering, controls, circuits, and structures. Recognized by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics with 1st place award in 2010 Undergraduate Team Space Design Competition. Proven ability to contribute to high-performing teams. Interested in contributing to space industry and exploration through innovative technology, ideas, and design. Eager to learn. 

 

Work Experience

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA

Undergraduate Research Project  

1/2010 – 5/2010

  • Researched communication, imaging, and scientific payloads of Earth orbiting satellites.
  • Created satellite payload database to identify critical characteristics for instrument selection.

 

Jacobs Engineering; Engineering and Science Contract Group, Houston, TX, USA

Engineering Co-op 

1/2007 – 5/2009

Project Engineer for the Environmental Health Systems Group                  

  • Tested for and monitored sensor drift for all new oxygen sensors.
  • Prepared and delivered hardware and corresponding paperwork for NASA shuttle flights.
  • Wrote detailed work authorizing documents for sustaining and refurbishing hardware.
  • Researched and wrote test plan for a proposed accelerated life cycle test.

Assistant to IVA/EVA Chief Engineer                                                           

  • Created and worked Task Performance Sheets to build and certify quality hardware for time critical projects.
  • Assisted in drafting and editing of Space Design Guide.
  • Developed concept for an innovative tension device.  

Guidance Navigation & Control Simulation Engineer; Shuttle Ascent and Entry

  • Wrote and tested sub-function code for shuttle display upgrade.
  • Ran, analyzed and evaluated abort and landing scenarios on the Shuttle Engineering Simulator.
  • Scheduled and led tours of the Shuttle Engineering Simulator.

Safety and Mission Assurance; Certification and Compliance                    

  • Analyzed work authorizing documents to insure inherence to specifications.
  • Prepared and delivered Acceptance Data Packages certifying flight hardware.

 

Sargent Fletcher Inc., El Monte, CA, USA

Test Engineer Jr. – Intern

6/2006 – 8/2006

  • Designed precise calibration tool for string pots.
  • Wrote LabVIEW programs to insure calibration and automate the data evaluation process.
  • Designed a mechanical assembly to automate thermal test sequence.

 

Education

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA                                            

December 2010

Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering

  • Co-Operative Plan
  • Semester study abroad, Worcester College, Oxford University

 

Skills & Abilities

Computer –Microsoft Office, MATLAB, Simulink, LabVIEW, AutoCAD, Solid Edge, CATIA, STK, RockSim, HTML, UNIX, Clearcase, Fortran/C, Visual Basic

Teamwork and Organizational –Participated in numerous teams in both educational and work environments. Strong communication skills. Collaborative problem solver.

 

Activities & Awards

2010 AIAA Undergraduate Team Space Design Competition – 1st Place

NASA Johnson Space Center Group Achievement Award

University Student Lead Initiative (USLI), Officer 

Georgia Tech Ramblin’ Rocket Club, President

 

Memberships

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

Omega Phi Alpha - community service sorority 


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