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Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 51440
Desired Job Location: King George, Virginia Date Posted: 6/2/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 120000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Requirements Derivation Performance-
driven and self-motivated professional,
offering effective management expertise
and progressive leadership practices in
various aspects of engineering including
mechanical engineering tasks, electrical
engineering tasks, systems engineering
tasks, and industrial engineering.
Exemplify background in testing,
research and development, modeling,
synthetic aperture radar (SAR), signal
processing, project management, customer
requirements and systems engineering to
carry out the most efficient procedures.
Well-respected and proactive leader who
participates well in various programs
for the development and implementation
of multiple projects. Known for keen
attention to detail, coupled with
adeptness in generating high-quality
solutions that enhance efficiency of
every accomplished task. Recognized for
demonstrating customer and goal-oriented
personality in developing and
maintaining positive relationships with
all individuals. Display technical
proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
(Word, Excel, Project, Access and
PowerPoint) and various computer
programs, such as program management,
visual basic, and MATLAB.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

MARINE CORPS INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITY
(MCIA) ~ QUANTICO, VA
Intel Analyst 2008–2011

- Collaborate with the decision-
makers’ acquisition purchases regarding
threats, which includes research on
three different security networks; NIPR,
SIPR and SCI.
- Regularly meet with a network of
other scientists and engineers amid all
source analysts to provide a clear
explanation of temporal and frequency
pulse phenomena in directed energy
systems.
- Conduct intelligence research,
analysis, and production of Scientific
and Technical Intelligence (S&TI)
essential to the technical aspects of
radar and electronic warfare (EW)
systems for MCIA.
- Utilize knowledge of the
vulnerability of US systems and foreign
systems susceptibility to electronic
attack (EA), which includes oscillator
attacks, sidelobe and decoy
exploitation, electronic warfare, C4I
and other threats to US and Coalition
electronic dominance.
- Apply profound understanding of
USMC and Navy Acquisition programs and
DoD 5000 policy and regulations related
to specific weapons systems and
technologies that provide personalized
S&TI to support USMC force. Collaborate
with project managers and staff,
intelligence personnel, program offices,
academia and activities to develop or
acquire the intelligence data specific
for program or operational support.
- Act as radar EW technical
subject matter expert (SME) at
Department of Defense (DoD) and Service
level war games; presented
briefings/white papers on assigned areas
for DoD and USMC personnel, and provided
scientific and technical intelligence
support to Marine Corps Acquisitions.
- Investigate and exploit impulse
wideband signals, over the horizon (OTH)
radar, laser, millimeter wave systems,
and unmanned air vehicles (UAV).
- Earned letter of appreciation
from Brigadier General Miller for the
briefing and analysis of the ground/air
tactical radar (G/ATOR) to the
commandant of the Marine Corps.
- Received a letter from retired
Admiral McCoy for supporting CNO
strategic studies group on the temporal
pulse work.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ~ CRYSTAL CITY, VA
Senior Engineer/Program Manager, 0801
2008

- Played leadership role in
managing unacknowledged program (ACAT1)
for the DoD, involving all aspects of
the acquisition process, test and
evaluation, and requirements operational
concept for cost plus fixed fee
contract.
- Generated requirements for
developing test scenarios for the ACAT1
program.

NAVEODTECHDIV ~ INDIAN HEAD, MD
Branch Head | Senior Engineer | Program
Manager 2006 –2008

- Spearheaded a widely diversified
branch of non-degreed explosive
ordinance disposal (EOD) technicians,
recent college graduate chemists,
electrical and mechanical engineers, and
other professionals with an experience
range of 0 to 30 years.
- Recognized the diversity of
every individual based on the core
issues of age, race, ethnicity, gender,
education, experiences, and ability/
disabilities as important in the work
performance.
- Played a vital role in
overseeing research, testing and
evaluation of technical approaches,
development of measures of performance
and specification metrics, as well as
testing equipment under laboratory and
deployed conditions.
- Took a lead role in employing
the mission of the Improvised Explosive
Device (IED) neutralization to develop
technologies related to IED detection
using CREW mounted and dismounted
systems.
- Implemented the mission of
Explosive Detection Equipment (EDE)
Section to seek EDE that will
effectively and economically find
energetic material for Transportation
Security Administration (TSA) customer.
- Served as project manager for
three efforts, including the Spectrum
Analyzer Test Set (SATS), Universal Test
SET (UTS), and the DTRA/ DOE nuclear
stabilization effort.
- Conceptualized a strategy to
facilitate proof of concepts products
into fieldable deployable products,
which include night vision drivers’
enhancement for up-armored vehicles,
remote and stealth sensing for culvert
denial, magnetic pickup for ordnance,
laser illumination of IED targets,
backpackable robot for dismounted EOD
teams, ground penetrating radar, and IED
command wire detection using national
assets.

COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE (CJTF) TROY ~
BAGHDAD, IRAQ
Science and Technology (S&T) Advisor
(Volunteer) 2007-2008

- Acted as principle civilian
science advisor to the CJTF Troy Science
and Technology Officer, in all matters
associated to fielding of EOD
capabilities within Multi-National
Coalition – IRAQ (MNC-I).
- Provided expert assistance to
DoD laboratories by performing as a
conduit to present ideas to TF Troy and
MNC-I for interest, input, and action.
- Delivered reach-back to DoD
laboratories to determine, research,
analyze, and provide feedback and
communicate issues concerning technical
solutions for DoD, contractor and
civilian systems.
- Conducted review and test, and
acted upon documentation related to
fielding of counter (C)-IED systems.
- Created and maintained C-IED
related Joint Urgent Operational Needs
Statements (JUONS) for CJTF Troy.
- Administered conceptual C-IED
equipment operational evaluations for
assessment and input to CJTF Troy and
MNC-I and system manufactures.
- Generated “REDHASH” for
exploitation of IED counting of targets
as a function of velocity.
- Worked collaboratively with
warfighter staff on issues related to
equipment modernization and training.

NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER (NSWC)
DAHLGREN ~ DAHLGREN, VA
General Engineer | Branch Head | Program
Manager 1989–2006

- Provided expert oversight on
Special Access Programs (SAP) projects,
performing program management,
generation of statements of work and
requirements, test development and
conduction.
- Prepared monthly status reports,
test reports, and special access
letters; ensured proper coordination of
fleet, commercial, and national assets
in collaboration with human networks.
- Rendered support on a SAP
project that aims to use SAR phase data
to predict the change in catenary slack
of a high voltage overhead cable as a
function of the energy that the cable
carries.
- Spearheaded the Immune Building
Toolkit, a DARPA program, that model
building airflow using a nodal analysis
model in replacement of a resource
prohibitive computational fluid dynamics
to benefit in the design of building
protective measures for chemical and
biological attack.
- Exploited the changeover modes
of narcotics from the growing zones
through air, land, and sea.
- Participated in contact
solicitations for buried munitions
effects to update collateral damage
estimation tools.
- Designed alternative solutions
for detection of convict cell phones in
prisons for the Department of Justice
(DOJ).
- Functioned as project manager
and technical design agent for the
Common High Bandwidth Data Link
Shipboard Terminal (CHBDL-ST) full
duplex microwave communication link,
test and evaluation program.
- Administered planning, cost
estimating, and scheduling for the
acquisition of a Land Based Test Site
(LBTS), involving interfacing with the
sponsor, prime contractors, SEDA
contractors, and other government
agencies. Coordinated with Public
Works, Safety, HERO and COMSEC
activities necessary to meet LBTS
requirements.

NAVAL SPACE COMMAND ~ DAHLGREN, VA
Program Manager of Relocatable Over the
Horizon Radar (ROTHR) 1998

- Managed and funded drug traffic
detection and interdiction resource.
- Utilized knowledge of High
Frequency (HF) OTH radar concepts and
operation to support the DO) mission to
identify and track suspected drug
trafficking aircraft and ships
throughout the Caribbean and South
America, in support for the National
Drug Control Strategy Plan and US
Southern Command operational
requirements.
- Oversaw the entire technical
direction for the ROTHR (AN/TPS-71)
Program system enhancements, upgrades,
configuration control, management and
operational deployment.
- Applied in-depth knowledge of
the OTH radar to develop target
detection/tracking by mitigation
atmospheric noise and ground clutter
which disguise a radar target signal and
enhancing track location accuracy.
- Coordinated with the operational
users of ROTHR data U.S. Southern
Command (USSOUTHCOM), Joint Interagency
Task Force-East (JIATF-E), Drug
Enforcement Agency (DEA), US Customs,
and others to identify new operational
requirements, recognize deficiencies,
report on the status of upgrade efforts,
and administer a cost benefit analysis
to ensure maximum support within a
restricted budgetary environment.
- Served as Acting US NAVY Program
Director for the Cooperative Radar
Activity Program in Australia.



EARLIER CAREER

STRATEGIC SYSTEM PROGRAM OFFICE (SSPO)
DETACHMENT C ~ GREAT NECK, NY
Quality Assurance Engineer

GENERAL INSTRUMENT CORPORATION ~
HICKSVILLE, NY
Senior Test Engineer for Decoy Systems

GRUMMAN AIRCRAFT SYSTEM ~ BETHPAGE, NY
Design and Test Engineer for F-111 and
E2C aircraft.

SPERRY DEFENSE ELECTRONICS (SPERRY
GYROSCOPE) ~ GREAT NECK NY
Engineer, Promoted From Engineering Aid
for MK-92, Trident and Harpoon Projects


Education:
EDUCATION

Master of Science in Systems Engineering
(2002) - GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY ~
FAIRFAX, VA

Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineering - STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW
YORK AT ALBANY ~ ALBANY, NY

Associate of Applied Science in
Electronic Engineering Technology -
NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE ~ GARDEN CITY,
NY


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers – Regular Member (23 years)
Association of Old Crows – Member (20
years)


Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES

Strategic and Tactical Planning
Research and Development
Emerging Technology
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Quantitative Data Analysis
Innovative Problem Solving
Process Improvements
Program and Project Management
Test and Evaluation


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS

Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma Training
SPRDE Level III /Program Manager Level I
| C4ISR Architecture Training
Analysis 101 (2009) | Human Relations
for Managers (2006)
Dell Carnegie Course (2001) |
Foundations of Leadership (2001)
Program Management Courses - NSWC (1992)
| Supervisory Development Course (1990)
T group Training | First Aid and Weapons
Handling for the deployment to Iraq


Reference:
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