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UAS Management Resume


Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 80287
Desired Job Location: Sierra Vista, Arizona Date Posted: 12/7/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 12.08.17
Desired Wage: 90000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Experienced and goal-oriented professional, offering successful background in operations management; encompassing air traffic control (ATC), unmanned aircraft systems operations. Currently hold Active Secret Security Clearance.


Experience:
Professional Experience

Raytheon, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Manager | Supervisor 2015–Present
Provide expert oversight to 12 to 18 instructors to include Raytheon, General

Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) and System Studies and Simulation

Incorporated (S3)
Manage the delegation of updates on the MQ-1C Gray Eagle qualification course

personnel logistics and resource management
Work in collaboration with the United States Army, support customers and units to

accomplish missions and responsibilities on a daily basis
Facilitate Fort Huachuca’s initial entry training, including scheduling,

coordination, accountability and job performance of all assigned employees in one

shift out of three
Serve as an integral member of the 2/13th Aviation Regiment and The Warrior Training

Alliance
Perform various flights in restricted airspace, while developing training material

and classroom instruction for government personnel and civilians on UAS

United States Army, Various Locations
Instructor/Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Operator, Honorable Discharge 2005–2009
Crew Chief Supervisor 2006–2009
Rendered direct supervision to ground crew and conducted training for crew chief

operators on RQ-5A and MQ-5B series UAS
Played a key role as qualified mission coordinator in Jalalabad Airfield
Presided over field training exercise in Constanza Romania on MQ-5B Hunter UASF for

six months



Earlier Career

Northrop Grumman, Chantilly, VA
Shift Lead
Software Developer and Tester


Education:
Coursework in Unmanned Aerial Systems, 29 Credits
Private Pilot Ground School, 5 Credits
Cochise College, Douglas, AZ

German Headstart, 30 College Hours
Central Texas College, Killeen TX


Skills:
Astute Team Direction: Skilled at leading team members on daily flight operations;

assessing each individual staff’s career goals and objectives; and delegating

challenging tasks and assignments for continuous professional growth

Troubleshooting Techniques: Armed with in-depth knowledge of flight procedures, RQ-

5A, MQ-5B and MQ-1C inspections and troubleshooting techniques, and on-ground and

in-flight emergency response and safety procedures

Staff Motivation and Collaboration: Efficient at establishing a team environment to

maximize best results, while completing a total of 2016.9 hours to include CONUS

training flights by serving as UAS pilot-in-command, instructor operator, and

payload operator, UAS pilot-in-command, and payload operator during deployment in

Operation Iraqi and Operation Enduring Freedom

Training and Development: Knowledgeable in facilitating small group exercises,

lectures, practical exercises, and instructor-led demonstrations within classroom

and field environments

Technical Acumen: Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,

and Outlook), United States Army’s Electronic Logbook Automated System (ELAS), UASI

and the new Army’s (ACN) Aircraft Notebook record keeping processes.


Additional Information:
Professional Development

2007-Present
MQ-1C Gray Eagle Qualification
2013–Present
Army Basic Instructor Course Certificate
2012–Present
Support Cadre Training Course
2011–Present
Qualified Instructor Operator, Directorate of Evaluation and Standardization
2017
Class 2 Flight Physical Medical Certificate
2015
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator (RQ-5A, MQ-5B and MQ-1C)
Qualified Maintenance Operator | Qualified Instructor Operator | Aviation Safety

Pilot
2012
Mission Coordinator Appointment
2006
Basic and Advanced Individual Training for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operators

Pilot Credentials: 2016.9 Total Flight Hours (As of November 2017)
899.5 Aircraft Operator (AO) Accident-Free Flight Hours
871.7 Aircraft Commander Hours
797.7 Inflight Operator Instruction Hours
27.7 Inflight Maintenance Test Flight Hours
842.2 Combat Hours



Awards and Honors

Collaboration, Raytheon (Jun and Apr 2017)
Accountability, Raytheon Simulator Operations (Jun 2017)
Trust, Raytheon (Oct 2016)
Accountability, Raytheon R6Sigma Project (Aug 2016)
Collaboration, Raytheon R6Sigma Project (Aug 2016)

Military Honors:
Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star
Army Achievement Medal
Army Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Army Service Ribbon
NATO Medal


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