CV: Space Quality and Safety Assurance


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Candidate Profile
 Date Submitted:12-10-2011
 Last Modified:12-10-2011 (09:17)
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 Current job:Space Quality and Safety Assurance
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Own country
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
 Keywords22+years in Quality assurance, NASA certified, 2years configuration managerment
CV

Skills and Capabilities

 

Wide-ranging experience in inspection of space flight electro-mechanical assemblies. Competent in AS9100 Configuration Management (CM). Proficient in all NASA Workmanship Standards.

 

Education and Training

 

NASA-STD-8739.1 Staking and Conformal Coating (Inspector)

NASA-STD-8739.2 Surface Mount Technology (Inspector)

NASA-STD-8739.3 Hand Soldering (Inspector)

NASA-STD-8739.4 Crimp, Cable and Harnessing (Inspector)

ESD 20/20 Certified

Completed one course in Economic Development at Baltimore Community College (May 2010)

Radiation Safety Training (March 2010)

IPC/WHMA-A-620 and IPC-A-610 Certification (2009)

Internal Quality Auditor Training ISO 9001 (2008)

Mentoring (Configuration Management Processes) Program (2008)

Process Certification and Defect Recognition, Hybrids, Microcircuits and RF/MMIC Modules; OTJ in Matrix and Agile, Military Quality Levels (MIL-PRF-38534) K. Class, H. Class, G Class, E Class and D Class (2006)

National Training Center for Microelectronics, Northampton, Community College, Bethel, PA August (2004)

Mil-STD-2000 Certification, Lockheed Martin, Valley Forge, PA (1995)

Technical training in Hazard Communication, Statistical Process Control, Continuous Process Improvement, ESD, Time Management and Environmental Health and Safety, Lockheed Martin, PA (1995)

Attended Art Institute of Philadelphia, AS Graphic Design (1992: completed one year)

Norristown Area High School, Pa (1979)

 

 

Relevant Work Experience

 

January 2006 – Present:  Safety & Quality Assurance, Space Department,

Applied Phsics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University

 

Engineering Assistant - Working knowledge of the PLM system including uploading, searching and release of documentation/drawings. Assisted the JUNO-JEDI project with the End Item Data Package (EIDP) implementation which included meeting with the sponsor, verifying work order travelers, process plans, drawings, discrepancy reports, Material Review Disposition Forms (MRDFs), test procedures and other CM duties. Perform configuration verification of drawings associated with the space flight hardware. Proficient in reading and interpretation of electronic schematics and assembly drawings. Skilled in detailed electronic hardware inspection and evaluation related to NASA Standards. Ability to work closely with engineering and manufacturing to resolve quality-related issues. Well-versed in the utilization of various inspection tools (e.g. calipers, optical equipment, micrometers). Performed product source inspections at various external locations in support of programs. Practiced in ISO 9000 and AS9100 requirements and ISO 10007 standard. Hands-on experience in CM and good interpersonal skills are essential qualification criteria.

 

October 2005 – January 2006:  Northrop Grumman, Linthicum, MD

 

Quality Assurance Inspector/Engineering Assistant - Inspection of flight Hardware to NASA and Military Workmanship specification. Assisted with final CM of space flight documentation. Inspected flight and ground support equipment to ensure compliance to design specifications and customer requirements. Witness/verified functional testing and document acceptance/rejection of hardware based upon drawings, process requirements, and other mission specifications. Monitored and verified product or process quality in accordance with defined quality control procedures and methods. Participated in the investigation of root causes and facilitated in the definition of corrective actions for non-conforming products and processes.

 

April 2004 – October 2005:  Hologic, Inc, Newark, DE

 

Lead Electronic Technician - Controlled the build and assembly of Mammogram panels. Performed maintenance, programming and inspection of screen printer, Palomar Auto 3500 die attachment, Zeva Tech PM 570 component placement, K/S 8090 auto wire bonder. Inspected and qualified new equipment prior to use. Trained new employees on all clean room machinery.

 

January 2004 – April 2004:  ITT AVIONICS, Clifton, NJ (Subcontractor)

 

Electronic Technician/Quality Assurance - Maintained a Top Secret (TS) security clearance. Inspected product to assure the hardware met military requirements. Assisted in the development of process plans from fabrication to deliverable. Performed maintenance, programming and inspection of the Palomar 3500 Picand Plate/S auto wire bonder, West Band Mounting, and manual die attach.

 

November 1998 – January 2004:  Ericsson/Infineon Corp, Norristown, PA

 

Electronic Technician/Group Leader - Trained employees to the company workmanship requirements relative to working with small and sensitive microelectronic devices.

 

August 1996 – December 1998:  Numar Oilfield Services, Malvern, PA

 

Electronic Field Equipment Technician - Performed inspections and testing of products in the final stages of fabrication.

 

February 1994 – August 1996:  Lockheed Martin, Valley Forge, PA

 

Electronic Assembly/Quality Inspector -  Worked on various projects, military and civilian, which required a security clearance. Performed delicate and intricate component installations encompassing soldering of chip components, use of multi-temperature epoxies, feedthrough and substrate installations. Worked from assembly drawings, wire connection lists, parts lists

and detailed written instructions. Interpreted and incorporated Engineering Change Notices (ECNs). Assisted in the final quality inspection and buy off of completed hardware. Actively participated with the RF Product Management Team to foster individual professional growth.


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