CV: Mission Payload Engineer

 


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 Date Submitted:19-01-2014
 Last Modified:19-01-2014 (03:15)
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 Current job:Mission Payload Engineer
 Employment Term:Temp/Contract
 Job location:US only
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Satellite Operators
 KeywordsI have been in the Satellite industry for 18 years, from a Satellite Systems operator commanding, launching, and maintaining satellites, I have work with ground radar in the missile defense industry, and manage AF resources at the Head Quarters level. 14t
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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Top Secret Security Clearance (Current) SCI/SSBI Eligibility as of Jun 2001/PR submitted for TS/SCI 15 Aug 2010 Periodic review submitted 09/2010 for TS/SCI/TK clearance

8 years experience working Mission Event Analysis

10 years experience in Satellite Systems Operations

5 years experience in, Missile Warning Sensor Management, and Space and Ground Based Missile Warning.

 

Objective:

 Pursue opportunities with the United States Air Force contractors supporting Space Systems and Missile Defense and to utilize technical knowledge, leadership, ability and hands-on experience while providing the

opportunity to expand my skills and career.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

 

Northrop Grumman                03/2006-present

MCSB

712 Kepler Drive STE 70

Schriever AFB, CO 80912

Mission Payload Engineer

  • Assigned as Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Highly Elliptical Orbit (HEO) Mission and Payload Engineer (MPE
  •  Analysis of real-time mission and event processing as a fully integrated SBIRS crewmember. 
  • Guides AF 11SWS crew in resolving mission processing issues and provides mission event summaries to sensor factory.
  • Produces troubleshooting documentation for mission software/processing deficiencies and impacts to 11SWS operations.
  • Provides vital statistical data for satellite operations and anomaly working groups and other activities as requested by the customer.
  •  Serves as resident Infrared Processing Tool Kits analysis expert providing Raw Wide Band data analysis to entire 11SWS customer base.
  •  During mission payload anomalies gathers initial anomaly data, and contacts management and payload engineers to provide initial assessment to payload limitations.
  •  Reviews and refines MPE console processes, procedures, and checklists at annual review meetings with MPE technical lead and MPE managers. 
  • Creates training plans and Initial plans of instructions for MPE training program.

 

RS Information systems                 08/2005-03/2006

1975 Research Parkway

Suite 300

Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Computer Applications Instructor

  • Provides guided classroom instruction for more than 100 students in space applications to include; SBMCS (Space Battle Management Control System) versions 1 &2, as well as  SCOPES(Space Common Operating Picture and Exploitation System) and IWC (Integrated Warning Console) PDS-M (Processing Display Subsystem Migration)  missile warning tool
  • Highly Proficient in using the Missile Defense Analysis tool (MDST) for Joint Exercise Planning
  • Develops Task Analysis Worksheets and lesson plans for the National Security Space Institute supporting  the Space in the Air Operations Center Course

 

United States Air Force                          03/2003-08/2005

4th Space Operations Squadron

300 O’Malley Ave. Ste. 53

Schriever AFB, Colorado Springs, CO 80912

Milstar Operations Flight Chief/Scheduling Chief:

·         Led wing team in developing a networked operational logging &scheduling entry system

·         Oversaw planning/install/testing for 23 software upgrades; ground satellite fixes

·         Charged with deconflicting 30,000 Milstar operation request supports; scheduling success

·         Facilitator & Instructor for 50 SW NCO Professional Development course--trained 30 NCO’s and 8 instructors

·         Provides 24-hr user comm. Interface for the $31B Milstar system support theater commanders

·         Lead seven operations schedulers in scheduling and deconflicting crew and satellite contacts.

·         Leads 70 personnel in the real-time support operations of the $31B Milstar constellation

·         Ensures compliance with production, validation, and management of all procedures and scheduling

·         Schedule retrofits to operational satellites and initial test of constellation additions.

·         Conduct the final stages of orbital insertion for constellation configuration.

·         Extremely High Frequency Operator conduct satellite  station keeping maneuvers subsystem calibrations

 

Colorado Springs, CO 80912

United States Air Force               12/1999-03/2003

614th Space Operations Squadron

Vandenberg AFB, CA 93432

JSPOC Operations Center Crew Chief:

·         Provided real-time operational control of 28 different space systems in 155 different units,

·         Directed real-time command and control of 13 missile warning satellites and ground based radars

·         Unit training manager for 135 enlisted personnel serving as squadron education and training program manager for 10 Air Force Specialty Codes. 

·         Managed automated systems and products for training and the career development course program.

·         Provided operational training to eight command and control operators space application to include; SBMCS (Space Battle Management Control System) versions 1 &2, as well as SCOPES(Space Common Operating Picture and Exploitation System) and IWC (Integrated Warning Console) PDS-M Processing Display Subsystem Migration tool

·         Highly Proficient in using the Missile Defense Analysis tool (MDST) for Joint Exercise Planning

·         Provided integral feedback to software development team on integration and testing of SMBCS version 1 and 2

·         Wrote training continuity program for Unit qualification training; clear direction for new program


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