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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


OBJECTIVE: Desire a Challenging Top Flight Aerospace Engineering Position - Senior Aerospace Engineer in a Major Corporation

PROFILE: Extremely talented, self-motivated, enthusiastic Aerospace Engineer with over 15 years experience with a background in high speed turbomachinery design, development and project engineering. Demonstrated track record of winning new businesses, including building customer relationships and producing successful proposals. Results oriented with a win-win interpersonal perspective.

Core Competencies

  • Immense ability to direct development programs to achieve    technical, cost and schedule targets.
  • Remarkable ability to work well with people and build strong    teams.
  • Strong problem solving ability.
  • Excellent ability to work with customers and all internal groups    to ensure that customer requirements and expectations are    met.
  • Sound program management skills.
  • Expert at solving complex engineering problems caused by    weight, altitude, temperature and engine performance.
  • Unquestionable ability to turn ideas into the plans for a    product.
  • Highly proficient in aircraft maintenance, ensuring that aircraft    are safe and fully operational.
  • French and Spanish.
  • Deep experience with F-4 aircraft.
  • Experience in Military aircraft System Program.
  • Sound knowledge of Office (SPO).
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint,    Excel and Outlook).
  • In-depth ability to perform and mentor others in performing    kinematics analyses, including the prediction of force    moments, friction and hysteresis.
  • Ability to define and organize engineering scopes of work,    estimate resource and schedule requirements, and manage    related budgetary aspects.
  • Experience in using AutoCAD and Catia.

    Professional Experience

    Liberty AeroShip, Everett, WA                         2000 - Present
    Aerospace Engineer
    • Responsible for the detail design and design substantiation of new mechanical systems.
    • Maintain oversight of the Mechanical Systems including advanced flight controls, door mechanisms, pressurization and landing gear actuation.
    • Coordinate the design activity with the structural and systems interfaces.
    • Establish and maintain technical standards for the design of mechanisms.
    • Initiate test programs to aid in the development of these systems.
    • Lead technical and program management for all phases of a turbomachinery system life cycle including new business development, proposal writing, preliminary design, development, qualification and production support.
    • Work with external and internal customers to define technical and programmatic requirements.
    • Manage work across multiple sites and major subcontractors to accomplish design, development, fabrication and qualification testing of hardware and ensure that flight hardware is delivered per customer requirements.
    • Provide technical direction and guidance to design and analysis specialists, other project engineering groups, laboratory, contracts and the integrated supply chain.
    • Conduct engineering studies, development/qualification testing, analysis of test results and lead/participate in IPDS team(s).
    • Generate cost proposals, program schedules and plans, inputs to the AOP and STRAP.
    • Ensure hardware and program requirements meet performance, schedule and cost needs.
    • Maintain close customer relations and produce proposals that are successful in obtaining new business.
    BigBrother AIRMACHINE, Everett, WA                     1995 - 2000
    Research Engineer
    • Provided engineering support for the F-4 aircraft in aircraft structures, subsystems and OSS&E.
    • Analyzed structural modifications via hand calculations and finite element analysis, accounting for static and aero loads, to ensure aircraft safety and airworthiness.
    • Corrected and updated engineering drawings to maintain aircraft configuration in aircraft technical data packages.
    • Conducted engineering needed to execute field and depot requests for maintenance assistance in accordance with aircraft Technical Orders and address quality and safety issues.
    • Provided expertise in aircraft mechanical systems, parts and subcomponents; created and changed engineering drawings.
    • Conducted requisite engineering to address depot and field assistance requests.
    • Ensured proper aircraft configuration management and addressed quality and safety issues.
    • Developed, applied and maintained an OSS&E (Operational Safety, Suitability and Effectiveness) system for the F-4 in accordance with Air Force practices.
    • Performed studies on the architectures that tradeoff weight, power, reliability, throughput, redundancy, and cost that result in definitive network, hardware and software requirements.
    • Developed specifications for avionics components to be used on military and space aircraft that provide substantial reuse of Honeywell products.
    City Flying Elephant, Seattle, WA                         1991 - 1995
    Junior Aerospace Engineer
    • Provided analysis and assessed air vehicle flying qualities through the analysis of flight test, simulation, and wind tunnel data.
    • Developed dynamic models for aircraft simulation; and performed flight clearance review and pilot operating procedure review.
    • Performed simulation math model validation, and flight test plan development for the V22 Osprey tilt rotor aircraft.
    • Helped develop a flight test plans to clear the V22 aircraft for high angle of attack and defensive combat maneuvers.
    • Supported the NAVY flying qualities community in flight test planning meetings and flight clearance reviews.
    • Use various validation techniques to compare the V22 simulation with fight test data
    City Flying Elephant, Seattle, WA                         1988 - 1991
    Test Lab Engineering Technician
    • Established and operated a new aerospace test lab in Redmond Washington.
    • Tested aerospace systems, including Aerospace hydraulic control valves, hydraulic actuators, electric motor drives, landing gear/cargo, and door/flight control actuation.
    • Established and maintained a test lab in an AS9100 quality environment for various aerospace components and systems.
    • Responsible for test fixture and data acquisition system design and implementation.
    • Worked with engineers to achieve test goals.
    EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

    Chartered Engineer (1998)
    MS, Aeronautical Engineering New York University (1995)
    BS degree in Mechnical Engineering, New York University (1990).
    Computer Skills: Windows, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Word, Westlaw, Lexis-Nexus, Lotus Notes and Excel




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