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Systems Analyst/Engineer Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 51722
Desired Job Location: Orlando, Florida Date Posted: 6/13/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 13 July 2011
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Experience:
20May10 - Present: Systems Analyst, ASE. (Note - this is the same job as the one for Jacobs. Jacobs lost the contract to ASE who asked me to stay on). I worked as liaison between client (the Government's Modeling and Simulation Office) and most of the technical teams for the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Army program (now known as the Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) program). The teams were responsible for military platform development, logistics, warfighter needs, system-level analysis, and live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) simulations and simulation environments. This work was comprised of monitoring their M&S activities, planning, technical, schedule, and financial status, and evaluation of technical and contractual documents with respect to the customer's (Army) requirements. In addition, I performed various researches for the client detecting and analyzing new possible systems and tools that could be effectively used on the program. I received a letter of commendation from the client for the quality of work and for detecting or foreseeing problems and issues not known elsewhere, some by putting together information, research, and observations from several of the technical teams. I provided similar support to the JTRS Network Emulator (JNE) activity in addition to the work described above as a coordinator of the separate development tasks in terms of schedule, cost, and technical progress to provide management early warning of trouble as JNE approaches its CDR, LUT. DOORS was used as the requirements repository and trace tool.

21Mar05-13May10: Senior Systems Analyst II, Jacobs Technology. I worked as liaison between client (the Government's Modeling and Simulation Office) and most of the technical teams for the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Army program (now known as the Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) program). The teams were responsible for military platform development, logistics, warfighter needs, system-level analysis, and live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) simulations and simulation environments. This work was comprised of monitoring their M&S activities, planning, technical, schedule, and financial status, and evaluation of technical and contractual documents with respect to the customer's (Army) requirements. In addition, I performed various researches for the client detecting and analyzing new possible systems and tools that could be effectively used on the program. I received a letter of commendation from the client for the quality of work and for detecting or foreseeing problems and issues not known elsewhere, some by putting together information, research, and observations from several of the technical teams. I provided similar support to the JTRS Network Emulator (JNE) activity in addition to the work described above as a coordinator of the separate development tasks in terms of schedule, cost, and technical progress to provide management early warning of trouble as JNE approaches its CDR, LUT. DOORS was used as the requirements repository and trace tool. Acquainted with OneSAF.


Feb04-24Mar05: Convergys Corp - Worked as a help desk member for SBC regarding networks and internet service problems (intended to be a fill-in job).

31Dec00-31Jan04: Self-employed - Market trading in stocks and stock options.

28Mar98-31Dec00: L-3 Communications Senior Software Engineer II - I maintained and enhanced software for the FCATT artillery training simulator. As the software lead (over about half a dozen software engineers), I interfaced with the customer to ensure needs were met. The work was done on a Sun Solaris system. I provided troubleshooting and tutorial support. The team, of which I was a part, received a commendation for the work done.

17Nov97-27Mar98: Aerotek, Consultant - I worked with the client company to upgrade object-oriented database files used with the MODSAF program to fuel constructive simulations for a variety of echelon levels and joint exercises (eg land and sea).

11Mar96 - 14Nov97: CDI, Consultant - Worked with client company (Northrop-Grumman in Melbourne) to maintain and upgrade a software scenario simulation test tool for the J-STARS program. The tool was intended for use as a constructive software simulator to stimulate and test operational software in development.

Sep95-Mar96: Dual Inc, Staff Engineer - Designed and developed J-Stars aircraft E8C cockpit training simulator software; primarily I/O software and interfaces. The software was intended to operate a man-in-the-loop virtual cockpit simulator/trainer and performed all operations related to switches, lights, steering, and instrumentation with trainee inputs and responses that matched that of the actual aircraft in real time. Also wrote the help software and user manual.

4Jan87-4Aug95: Lockheed-Martin, Staff Engineer - I designed and developed the fire control software for the Apache-mounted Hellfire missiles as part of the Longbow program. It was designed to be extremely fast in real time. I also developed software used in ground clutter constructive simulations used to develop and test ground-based target detection algorithms. Subsequently, I did further countermeasures work for the Comanche helicopter (electronic, infrared, etc), and ground threat detection and responses from other aerial platforms.

26Apr78-25Oct86, Northrop Corp, Project Engineer - Operational and simulation software design and development in Windows, UNIX, and embedded processor environments. The operational software included electronic and other countermeasures for the B-52 'black box' (aka AN-ALQ155). This also included development and delivery to the Air Force, at their Warner-Robbins base, of a user class on theory and use of the program. I also designed and developed constructive simulation software comprised of both aerial maneuver and electronic environments which was used for countermeasure algorithm development. Designed and developed additional software tools for use by management, human resources, inventory history and tracking, and a proposal for catastrophic loss and recovery of key, classified, and other software.


Education:
MS Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, 1969
MBA, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL, 1990
MS Computer Science (MSCS), Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, 1995


Affiliations:
IEEE Life Member


Skills:
* Requirements definitions
* Requirement decomposition and corresponding specification writing
* Software Engineering
* Systems Engineering
* System troubleshooting
* Modeling & Simulation for design, trade studies, and testing & integration
* Computer language – ADA
* Computer language – C
* Computer language – assembler
* Several other older computer languages (e.g. FORTRAN)
* Object-oriented design
* Work to military standards (documents and systems/software)
* DoD Acquisition knowledge
* Risk management
* Microsoft Project
* Software development lifecycle (e.g. waterfall)
* Microsoft Word
* DOORS for requirements storage and tracing
* Microsoft Excel
* Microsoft PowerPoint
* Microsoft Outlook
* Embedded software design and implementation


Additional Information:
* Working for the Government’s Modeling and Simulation Office as its liaison to the rest of the program’s teams, I was proactive in providing my leadership with knowledge of problems both present and future and, in many cases, proposing solutions or responses for them. In the case of future issues, my observations were the first inkling that anyone across the program had that a train wreck was in the making. This gave my management added time to determine a response or plan to address such issues. For this, I received a letter of commendation for the quality and scope of my work and for the proactive effort to keep them informed.
* I was also the risk PoC for the M&S office for six years. This meant learning the program’s risk and change request processes, tracking risks at, as a minimum, the program and system-level risks. It also meant interpreting risks in the context of team and inter-team-level designs and problems. This was of great assistance to me in terms of detecting the current and potential future problems and passing those along to the team leadership (and occasionally to the program manager level). Some of those had show-stopper potential. I was commissioned to come up with a new risk process for my team and for the integration and test team overall since we fell within their organization, which I did. It was approved by our leadership..
* The software team I led on the FSCATT artillery trainer received a team commendation award for the quality and timely completion of their work.
* As a consultant, I successfully revamped a J-STARS software test tool to find and fix numerous problems and then modified or enhanced it on request. This was something none of the client’s software people had been able to do.
* I successfully designed and developed fire control software (for the Longbow program’s Hellfire missile). This was notable as it was done on a multi-processor system using a special language (VRTL) oriented for fast real-time functioning. None had attempted to learn the processor and write such code before.
* I successfully designed and delivered a course covering the use and care and feeding of my employer’s software to Air Force personnel on-site.


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