Dependable Project Manager bringing management experience and a willingness to take on added responsibility to meet tight deadlines. Enthusiastic team player with a strong work ethic and advanced complex problem solving skills.
Program Management Professional
Exceptional interpersonal communication
SUBSAFE / Fly-By-Wire Director, 06/2012 to Current Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock – Washington Navy Yard, DC
Certifies to SEA07Q new construction submarines for sea trials, and for unrestricted operations to design test depth.
Spearheads a cross-functional initiative to achieve coordination amongst new construction program offices.
Ensures the requirements of both the Submarine Safety (SS) and Fly-By-Wire (FBW) manuals are invoked in ship specifications.
Trained, coached and mentored staff to ensure smooth adoption of SUBSAFE (SS) and Fly-By-Wire (FBW) programs for OHIO Replacement Submarine.
Obtains formal mutual agreement between TYCOM and NAVSEA for any SS/FBW issues that have indeterminate cause and responsibility.
Shock System Integration Team Leader, 12/2008 to 05/2012 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock – Washington Navy Yard, DC
Developed and recommended technical and programmatic decisions associated with the research and development (R&D), design, construction, operation, maintenance and future upgrades for systems associated with the Common Missile Compartment and OHIO Replacement Submarine as they pertain to Shock.
Developed Submarine SPecifications (Shock) establishing consistent, ship-wide structures and shock requirements, approaches and tools for shock analysis and qualification.
Developed and presented shock related status briefs to flag level audiences.
Supported concept development of the CMC Missile Tube (MT), Launch Interface Module (LIM) and associated assemblies.
Engineer, 07/2002 to 01/2009 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock – West Bethesda, MD
Provided survivability engineering that implemented the NAVSEA technical authority for shock hardening methods and criteria by providing prototype ship and component shock design and qualification review and design guideline development.
Appointed lead engineer for several testing projects, to plan and execute a broad range of system and component ship and submarine underwater explosion testing and R&D programs at sea and land based facilities utilizing a variety of submersible and surface testing platforms.
Provided technical support for the safe, efficient operation, maintenance, and improvement of test facilities and vehicles at the NSWCCD test pond and the Underwater Test Facility (UTF) in the capacity of the UTF Project Office.
Program Management Specialist IV, 09/1999 to 07/2002 Anteon – Crystal City, VA
Provided on-site technical and programmatic support to PMS450 VIRGNIA Class Program Office, PMS398 SSGN Program Office and NAVSEA 05P3.
Reviewed shock qualification submittals from Shipbuilder and provided comments and recommendations per MIL-S-901D specifications to PMS450T11S (Shock System Integration Team (SIT) Leader).
Drafted correspondence for shock qualifications per NAVSEA standards and routed for concurrence.
Briefed shock qualification recommendations to NAVSEA Technical Warrant Holders and Authorities for concurrence of component shock hardening from a systems engineering approach.
Supervised a group of six that provided technical and programmatic support to both PMS450 and SSGN Program Offices.
Established the NAVSEA shock qualification database of com.
Program Analyst, 02/1997 to 09/1999 Techmatics – Crystal City, VA
45 hours per Week; Program Analyst; $42,000 per Annum; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Techmatics/Anteon, 2231 Crystal Drive, Suite 600; Joe Gililland , 202-756-4087 ; may contact supervisor.
Provided technical and programmatic support for PMS400D Program Office.
Established a configuration management cradle to grave program and database to track Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) and Interim Change Proposals (ICPs) for AEGIS Class Destroyers.
Monitored and reported performance against plans to ensure that contractual, cost and schedule objectives were met within the PMS400D Program Office.
Researched Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contracts for the Ship Survivability Division of Techmatics.
Participated in several on board ship shock inspections of major ship systems per MIL specifications.
Master of Science: Engineering Management, Current Catholic University - Washington DC
Anticipated graduation of Fall 2014.
DAWIA Certification - currently certified to Level 2, 80 hrs, 04-12: Systems Engineering, Current Defense Acquisition University - Washington, DC
Master of Science : Engineering Management , Current DAWIA Certification - currently certified to Level 2, 80 hrs, 04-12 : Systems Engineering , Current Non-Linear COSMOSworks Certificate : Failure Modes and Effects Analysis , 2007 Bachelor of Science : Urban Planning and Public Administration , 1996 High School Diploma : 1991
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