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R.

Williams
Cell Ph: (661) 860-9577
E-mail: rjw2318@yahoo.com

Dear Employer:

My expertise in the aerospace industry has provided me with the opportunity of practicing my skills
in the areas of aircraft design, liaison engineering, manufacturing, engineering safety. I would appreciate the
opportunity of being considered for a suitable technical position with your company.

My resume exemplifies a strong commitment in providing engineering support in a wide range of applications.
All documents I have authored, Safety Documents, Flight Test Engineering Orders, Production Engineering
Orders or the disposition of service and assembly nonconformance tags have all been to ensure product
configuration, integrity and safety.

I would appreciate the opportunity of bringing my aviation/aerospace expertise to your company.

Sincerely,
R. Williams

Security Clearance: Secret


Veteran: US Army

References:
Bruce Englebach, USAF DCMA/NOPESS Systems Engineer, Redondo Beach, CA, Phone: (310) 812-6106
Jimmy Weston, USAF/14AF Chief of Safety, VAFB, CA (805) 606-8521
Alex Levi, USAF, Program Chief Engineer SMC/XR, Los Angeles AFB, CA. (310) 653-9152
R. Williams
(661) 860-9577
rjw2318@yahoo.com or

Work Experience

Security Clearance: Secret

Education
B.S. in Aeronautics; Parks College of St. Louis University, 1979
F.A.A. Airframe and Powerplant License No. 3477480
Graduate USAF Systems Safety Management Course, USAF Safety Center,
Kirtland AFB, NM.

Teledyne Brown Engineering


Engineering Analyst (Systems Safety)
Global Position Satellite Wing (GPSW), Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA. 2008-Present
Develop new or review existing Systems Safety Processes and Procedures for GPS/OCX Next Generation
Ground Tracking Systems.
Currently writing Programmatic Environment, Safety and Occupational Health Evaluation (PESHE)
Document and Updating the System Safety Program Plans for the GPSW/OCX Advanced Control Segment
and the GPS IIF Satellite.
Both documents will be “living documents” and continually upgraded throughout the life of the system.
Brief the Wing IPT Leadership on Program Safety Status prior to PDR, CDR, PMR milestones.

Kalman & Company


Manager/Systems Safety Engineer, Space and Missile Center, Space Test & Development Wing,
Kirtland AFB, NM. 2005 to 2008
Support the Chief Engineer/Mission Managers with safety related issues from mission concept, through
completion (EOL). Develop or review existing Systems Safety Processes and Procedures for
approximately 40+ programs (depending on annual launch schedule) annually and report findings to The
Chief Engineer, Mission Program Managers, Contractor Management and Launch Facilities Safety
Management.

Systems Safety Assignments/Requirements outlined in Mil-Std 882 pertaining to:


• Systems Safety Program Plan (SSPP) development including updated system description
• Establish System Safety contract Requirements for programs
• Establish criteria for validating contractor performance
• Integrate contractor system safety effort into the SPO SSPP
• Participate in requirements/design reviews
• Identify and document safety considerations/problems via Preliminary Hazard Lists(PHL)
• Evaluate system safety design features (hazard mitigations)
• Update system safety requirements
• Update planned next phase system safety effort (SSPP)

JT3/Avionics Test & Analysis Corporation


Instrumentation Engineer, Edwards AFB, CA 2002-2005
Support weapons testing at the 419th Test Directorate. Update instrumentation configuration packages
for pre flight checks, antenna functions and locations, aircraft weapons test equipment functions (recorders
and cameras) and instrumentation timing verification prior to weapons systems tests.

Kalman & Company


Systems Safety Engineer, Edwards AFB, CA. 2001- 2002
Supported NASA Flight Test Operations with documentation of Systems Safety and
Configuration Management Plans, Hazard Analysis and Mitigations (PHL’s) on X-38 and C-17
programs which NASA had under development.

Bombardier Aerospace, Tucson, AZ.


Liaison Engineer, Challenger 604 Completion Center, 1999-2001
Create engineering orders and disposition tags to correct support shop floor issues relating to
differences between design installation and vendor drawings. These installations are all new
and different on each aircraft since these are custom built interior packages. Involved with
Six-Sigma documentation for design improvements for assemblies which are common to all aircraft.

Boeing Corporation, Long Beach, CA. 1989-1999


Design/Liaison Engineer, C-17 Program
Coordinated design changes between MRB/liaison and design engineering departments for electrical
installations. Support production shops when design changes are implemented by writing advanced
assembly engineering orders for all systems installations to correct assembly anomalies.
Flight Test/Operations Engineer, T-45 & C-17 Programs
Responsible for design and installation of fight-test instrumentation packages. Write coordinating changes
to correct discrepancies with flight test and production systems installations. Coordinated engineering
release documentation (Flight Test Engineering Orders and Development Release Orders) to support flight
test schedules.

Northrop Corporation, B-2 Program (Engineer Sr.) Palmdale, CA. 1986-1989


Rockwell International, B-1 Program (MTS IV) Palmdale, CA. 1982-1986
(Note: Same job description with both companies, see below)
Technical Engineering/Engineer Sr. Review engineering changes and manufacturing nonconformance
dispositions to ensure company and MIL-SPEC requirements are met for electrical bonding standards,
EMP, EMI, Static, Lightening and Shock Hazards. Wrote corrective dispositions to discrepancies
and coordinated changes with Program Engineering, Quality and Planning Departments as required.
McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Long Beach, CA. Production/Supervisor, 1980-1982
Responsible for all operational/functional checks on DC-9 (MD-80) aircraft assigned to me, prior to
customer acceptance and delivery, to include: fueling operations, engine trim, flight control rigging, and
repair of all customer and manufacturing discrepancies.