Department of Defense SECRET Security Clearance Accomplished leader with exemplary experience as an avionics production supervisor and logistics analyst in the U.S. Air Force with additional experience as an Operations Analyst with the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). Strong supervisory skills evident in building cohesive team spirit and developing staff to perform at peak levels. Trained to be highly observant, attentive to detail, exceptionally disciplined and self-reliant. Proven ability to increase productivity, analyze problems, and implement solutions that turn challenges into results and enhance organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
08/2014 to Current
INTEGRATION SPECIALIST TECHNICIANThe Boeing Company – Madison, AL
Execute assigned duties as an individual or as a member of the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) team during all phases of assembly, integration and test from developmental prototyping to the execution of production integration activities.
Perform all elements of mechanical, electrical and electronic assembly, integration and test from detail fabrication, buildup of assemblies & subassemblies, through final integration.
Implement, as required, approved rework, modification, repairs and incorporation of changes per technical documentation and formal direction to electrical, electronic and mechanical systems.
10/2012 to 06/2014
AEROSPACE SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR, AFJROTCHuntsville High School – Huntsville, AL
Plan, organize and instruct aerospace science and leadership courses to high school students Confer with teachers, parents, U.S.
Air Force and/or appropriate community agency personnel for the purpose of assisting in evaluation of students' progress and/or implementing students' objectives Maintain classroom equipment, student files, records, etc.
for the purpose of ensuring availability of items as may be required Work under limited supervision using standardized practices and/or methods; lead, guide, and/or coordinate with others; and operate within a defined budget Manage unit logistics operations; coordinate with Air Force and civilian companies to acquire and maintain uniform and equipment inventory for 125 member cadet corps Provide proper protocol direction for numerous events involving military/civilian officials.
09/2011 to 10/2012
OPERATIONS ANALYSTTorch Technologies, Inc – Huntsville, AL
Ground-based Missile Defense (GMD) Program War Room Analyst-served as action officer and operations support for Senior Executive Service (SES) level program director and senior military deputy directors; interfaced directly with SES and General Officer level staff to provide situational awareness, technical briefings, and critical outage reporting in support of current and future operations Identified/coordinated emerging Logistics/Sustainment issues internally/with Prime Contractor Reviewed, analyzed, and coordinated with various agency and contractor operations, sustainment, upgrade, and test schedules competing for limited resources Provided asset management support, feedback and issue resolution--supported fielding, site activation, and operations including management of fielded and developmental assets supporting Homeland and Global Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Worked with logistics analysts at MDAs Joint Program Office interpreting policies/developing necessary logistics support strategies for GMD Development and Sustainment Contract (DSC) Advised GMD leadership on recurring/systemic problems and recommended solutions; assisted logistics analysts with asset procurement and performance trends to identify parts with high failure rates and to ensure the most efficient suitable substitutes were acquired Operations interface between developers and warfighter--enhanced communication and solved challenges affecting GMD element deployment and ongoing operations Developed oral presentations for various levels of leadership and interfaced via video teleconferences (VTCs) to provide analysis of program development and process improvements on logistics and operational issues to Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) counterparts.
10/2006 to 09/2011
PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION INSTRUCTORU.S. Air Force, Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy – Tyndall Air Force Base, FL
Accumulated 5000 academic hours instructing mid-level managers in the areas of leadership, management and communication skills, preparing students for senior-level management positions.
Maintained accurate inventory of classroom technical equipment and supplies as well as 40 computers, printers and associated software valued at more than $100K.
Educated staff on proper military protocol in preparation for various visits of high-level dignitaries to the academy.
Played pivotal role in the Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy receiving the Air University's 2008 Fairchild Award for Academic Excellence--first time an enlisted organization has earned this recognition in its 45-year history.
10/1990 to 10/2006
F-15 AVIONICS TECHNICIAN / PRODUCTION SUPERVISORU.S. Air Force – Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan/Seymour Johnson AFB, NC/RAF Lakenheath, England
Prepared logistics documentation in support of F-15 avionics program equipment to document transfer of critical assets to forward deployed location Managed government furnished test equipment in order to ensure avionics technicians and contractors had what was necessary to properly execute contractual requirements Tasked with administering newly implemented logistical guidance during overseas deployment; ensured consistency of operations maintained by adhering to policies/making necessary recommendations for change to logistic support plans Provided technical guidance, monitored aircraft component redistribution actions and ensured accurate maintenance data properly reported in the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) and locally developed maintenance databases Assisted in logistical analysis of supplier/customer data regarding products or services to include repair capabilities and overall performance Processed documentation/Product Quality Deficiency Reports (PQDRs) on 38 test station parts; reduced the processing time from 5 to 3 days-saved the organization $349K Managed F-15 Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) valued at more than $600K; maintained accurate inventory and timely preventive maintenance turn-in Utilized Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) to verify correct National Stock Number (NSN); also used engineering database to verify next higher assembly (NHA) Section Quality Inspection Monitor-- identified and corrected 50 discrepancies within 28 ancillary programs; key to section's remarkable 100% pass rate.
MBA: Management Trident University International - Cypress, CA
M.B.A: Management Trident University International - Management
B.S: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Certified IPC Specialist J-STD-001 Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies Serial No. J001-S 18547411 - The Boeing Company
2011 Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Basic Course - Missile Defense Agency
Bachelor of Science: Professional Aeronautics Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, FL
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