Lead Project Engineer

Name : Ted Andreescu
Industry Type : Engineers
City & State : Austin,TX
Job Title Lead Project Engineer
Relocation Preferences : Texas
Objective : I would like to use this on line medium to briefly describe myself and my acquired skills: as a Lead Project/Systems Engineer, I offer an extensive blend of technical, business and educational expertise combined with customer service; additionally I have a genuine enthusiasm to improve system methods and practices having gained a solid understanding of current Engineering Design Methodologies. Here is a listing of broad range skills that I could bring to potential employers:

Project/Lead Systems Engineering and Process Management
Configuration Management/Leadership with respect to IPT (Integrated Product Team), Kick off meetings, PDR & CDR (Preliminary/Critical Design Review), HW/SW life cycle support validation, tollgate/milestone vs. available assets scheduling, validation planning, etc
Project Management in Development Planning & Processing, Gates 4b to 9 (project acceptance thru deliverables)
Technical Communication à System/Subsystem Specifications, RFP (Request for Proposal), White Paper generation, Qualification Test Report, Requirements Traceability Matrix, etc
HW/SW life cycle improvement & support
System/Subsystem Verification Implementation & Testing

It is worthwhile to point out that, throughout my work experience (especially in the Live Training & Simulation field) I have closely worked/collaborated with US Government entities and companies such as NAVAIR (Naval Air Systems Command), PEOSTRI (US Armys Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation), PMTRASYS (US Marines Program Management for Training Systems), RDECOM (US Armys Research Development & Engineering Command) , Saab Training Systems, Lockheed Martin (Simulation, Training & Support Division), General Dynamics (IT division), Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, L-3 Communications and Riptide Software just to name a few. Therefore, given my interaction and experience in these domains, I believe that being attentive to customer requirements and meeting/producing them on the
engineering floor speaks laurels for any business.

Please note that for the right opening, I'm therefore willing to relocate. I would welcome the opportunity to discuss with potential employers and answer any questions that they may have. Please contact me by phone at 1-321-948-7550 or by e-mail at tandrees[at]ymail.com.
Thank you for reading this letter/email and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Sincerely,

Ted Andreescu
Resume :  

TED ANDREESCU, B.S.E.E.
Project & Systems Engineer
Orlando, FL
321-948-7550
tandrees[at]ymail.com



SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Fifteen years of experience spanning areas of Project/Lead Engineering Management & Design, Development and/or Testing of technologies in the fields of: Live Training Systems, Tactical Training in Instrumented Combat Training Facilities, Infantry Target Systems (Live and Laser firing), Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES), Virtual Reality Combat Simulations, Communications, Digital Signals, Automation and Industrial testing, Automotive Quality Control and Assurance, Micro Electronics and Aerospace Engineering (nano-technology research). Assignments were designated for corporations and government facilities such as Saab Training Systems USA, US Army via Program Executive Office for Simulation Training & Instrumentation (PEOSTRI) and US Marines via Program Manager for Training Systems (PMTRASYS), RIPTIDE, General Dynamics IT, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DOD), NASA, Ernst & Young, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Siemens Westinghouse Business Services, and Allen Bradley. All work projects encapsulate into:

Seven plus years of experience in Systems and Project Engineering/Management (Live Training Systems, Weapon Laser Technologies, Project/Lead Technical Engineering, System Configuration Management, Business Management Systems, High Level Architecture (HLA) and Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) for the DOD representing virtual infantry combat training, Local Area Networks LAN/WLAN, TCP/IP, Gateway machines with Data Transfer Protocols, OSI Ethernet or Token Rings wiring and mounting, Microprocessors design, Radio Frequency UHF/HF and Infra Red, Power systems and energy design, Electronics and PCB board layout circuitry, Nanotechnology investigative studies at the atomic/subatomic levels for nano-materials designed for the next generation NASA Space Shuttle Program.
Five plus years of Technical Managerial / Supervisory, Quality Control and Quality Assurance experience including a $500 million CAD project (Synchronous Material Flow) for Ford Motor Company including LAN and WAN (Wide Area Networks) deployments and supervision, automotive parts testing and shipping/packaging regulatory methodologies as well as material handling in high output manufacturing environments.
Six years of Technical Communications (white paper generation, qualification tests reports, operation manuals, instructions, feasibility study reports, etc).
One year experience in Construction/Civil Engineering (MathCAD Fire Endurance testing and implementation, ACAD drawings verification).
One plus year experience in Automotive Industry (Material Handling and Packaging Test Engineering).
One plus year of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) experience (Allen Bradley and Rockwell Automation, hardware troubleshooting and ladder logic software encoding).
Two years of Solar Car Design - 1997 WORLD SOLAR CHALLENGE part of a team that developed a Solar Car that crossed the Australian continent, finishing 13th against companies like Honda Motor Company and General Motors Saturn division.

Personal strengths include a unique blend of technical, business, and educational expertise combined with customer service and the genuine enthusiasm for improving system methods and practices with a solid understanding of current Engineering Design Methodologies (Six Sigma, ISO 9000, etc.) and IS / IT technologies.

CAREER EXPERIENCE

TJ Inc, Orlando FL Feb. 2009 Present
Lead Project Engineer IV
Leading engineering efforts while developing and providing engineering and managerial support throughout the development, integration and compliance testing with respect to: System Verification Testing (SVT), Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) while being the Test Director for Trainer Test Procedure Resolution Report (TTPRR) project phase involving several trainer simulators (e.g. SAVT/Supportive Arms Virtual Trainer ~ $20 million and SDCT/Wet Trainer ~ $3.5 million) deployed to US Navy [Pearl Harbor, Fallon Naval Air Station (Top Gun)] and US Marines (Camp Pendleton, Twentynine Palms, Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan). Other key responsibilities include:

Technical project leadership during Post Award Conferences (PAC), Preliminary/Critical Design Reviews (PDR, CDR), 40% and 80% In-Process Reviews (IPR), etc
Verification of detailed mechanical, structural, electrical and system requirements in compliance to the Contract Proposal and Statement of Work (SOW) and CDRL (Contract Data Requirements List).
Currently leading the efforts of implementing a company wide Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Configuration Management (CM) system (e.g. Innovator by Aras Corporation).
Develop all forms of system requirements documentation, including interface descriptions, ICD (interconnect diagrams) physical constraints, TTPRR, SVT, RTM, functional analysis/allocation and system architecture synthesis.
Provide direction, oversight, guidance, and technical leadership to the internal development teams.
Provide on site systems engineering and managerial support for trainer implementation/integration
Interface with external and internal customers for collection and communication of product requirements.
Support business development in writing Request for Proposals (RFP).


SAAB TRAINING SYSTEMS USA, Orlando FL Oct. 2007 Jan. 2009
Project & Systems Engineer III

Led and assisted engineering team efforts for Saab Training Systems unique military training products in the domains of Live & Tactical Training Systems in Instrumented Combat Training Facilities as well as Infantry Targetry for Live and Laser Firing for military ranges. Some projects necessitated travel to customer sites (e.g. Camp LeJeune, NC Expeditionary Forces in Readiness marine base, Schofield Barracks, HI US Armys 25th Infantry Division as well the Saab Training Systems corporate office in Huskvarna/Jönköping, Sweden). Key responsibilities and projects include:

Lead Project/Systems Engineer, Infantry Target Systems for Stationary/Moving Infantry Target (S/MIT) Stationary/Moving Armor Target (S/MAT)  Project Planning tailored to internal Business Management System (Decision Gates 4b 9, Engineering Development process from Project Acceptance to Deliverables), Project Configuration Management & Technical Documentation Generation [System/Subsystem Specification (SSS), System/Subsystem Design Description (SSDD), MS Project and Visio, Preliminary/Critical Design Reviews (PDR/CDR) and Configuration Management & all other major milestones], White paper & User Manual generation, Process Control (entry/exit criteria for all project phases), cost reduction re-designs and stakeholders involvement, overall system power draw analysis (solar and DC). Key projects: Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) Compatibility Studies, Personnel Detection Device (PDD) and Anti Tank Weaponry (ATW) Battery Acquisition Programs, Future Army System of Integrated Targets (FASIT) and Common Training Instrumentation Architecture (CTIA), Common Army Ranges & Targets Systems (CARTS), Laser Target Interface Device (LTID).

Project Engineer, Live Training Systems  Assisted engineering team with Customer Acceptance & Approval processes and On-site testing, System Power Draw Investigation, Project & Configuration Management, Documentation & Process Control. Key Projects: Combat Vehicle Engagement Simulation System (CVTESS), AT&T OneTESS Laser SAT (One Tactical Engagement Simulation System, Small Arms Transmitter), Precision Gunnery System (PGS) and Tank Weapon Gunnery Simulation System (TWGSS).







ADVANCED INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS INC., Orlando, FL June 2004 Sept. 2007
Systems Engineer & Network Architect

Engineered system interoperability design and testing, installation, troubleshooting and micro-managed real time, networked and multi-participant virtual combat training simulations for:
Virtual Squad Training System (VSTS) at US Armys 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, HI
Virtual Integrated Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) Training System (V-IMTS) at US Armys 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY.
US Army Infantry School, Soldier Battle Lab, Ft. Benning GA.

Other DoD and government divisions include US Armys RDECOM and PEOSTRI (Research, Development and Engineering Command and Program Executive Office for Simulation Training, & Instrumentation), STRICOM (U.S. Army Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command), Department of Homeland Security/FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center), M&D C2 (Multicell & Dismount Command & Control) sponsored by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), TSWG (Technical Support Working Group). Other clients and/or partnerships include Lockheed Martin Corporation, SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation), InterSense Inc., Quantum 3D Inc., General Dynamics, etc. Among the broad-spectrum deliverables and duties:
Systems Engineer: Design, test, integrate and configure AIS proprietary man-in-the-loop simulation software, SVS (HLA and DIS compliant software) used to develop and practice dismounted infantry tactics and battlefield techniques in a variety of scenarios. SVS is an AIS developed software that is capable of virtually simulating any US Army MOUT training site, Police and Fire Departments training course. Keywords: Unified Modeling Language (UML) to design/implement system's components and activities for immersive/wearable or desktop stations, troubleshooting, UDP broadcasting, InterSense IS-900 Precision 3-D Motion Tracker, 6-DOF (degrees of freedom), Advanced Radio Technology (wireless spread spectrum 2.4 GHz frequency hopping)
Software Engineer: Scenarios development in conjunction with geo-specific virtual terrain data
bases. Key words: HLA (High Level Architecture), DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation), SDT (Scenario
Development Tools), SEDRIS (Synthetic Environment Data Representation and Interchange
Specification), ModSAF/OneSAF (Modular SemiAutomated Forces), OTBSAF (oneSAF Testbed
Baseline Semi-Automated Forces) and CGF (Computer-generated forces and constructive simulations), Beta and Peer Software tester
Information Technology: Configuration and maintenance of network office inter-operability by applying standard network administrative protocols. Keywords: LAN/WAN, Nokia/Checkpoint Firewall-VPN platform, Netgear WAP, Linksys/Cisco Routable Layer 3 Switches
Business Development: Serve as SME (Subject Matter Expert) for conferences and symposiums
such as I/ITSEC (The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference), US
LAW/GOVSEC/READY! (The Emergency Preparedness and Response Conference and Exposition), AUSA (Army USA).
Assistant Instructor at The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems, The
University of Central Florida, Orlando. Assist in teaching EIN5255, a graduate level course in the
domain of Interactive Simulation, Behavior modeling, Gaming and Training Simulation Based Acquisition.

ADVANCED MATERIALS PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS CENTER,
THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, Orlando, FL2003 (April Dec.)
Nanotechnology Research Engineer

Project/Contract was between the Materials and Aerospace Engineering Department of the University of Central Florida, the Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) and National Air and Space Administration (NASA) for the collaborative study on projects involving the Space Shuttle Program:
Nanomaterials for coatings, hydrogen sensors and optics in nano-biology; 5μm thin film deposition of gold and/or platinum - EMITECH Magnetron Sputter Coater,
Titanium dioxide raspberry solar cell (photovoltaic cells); micro-emulsion, molecular laser processing and mechanical alloying - FEI 200TEM w/ 30kV gallium liquid metal ion source producing samples of width of ~ 5nm (Focused Ion Beam technology and Transmission Electron Microscopy),
Carbon Nano Tubes (CNT) synthesis, atomic and near atomic scale characterization - VARIAN SpectraAA 55 w/ GTA 100 graphite furnace [at] avg. temp of 2,700oC,
Modulation spectroscopy using visible/UV emission & reflection for nanostructured polymers and semiconductor materials (scale 500Å to 1μm) - spectro-photometry facilitated by VARIAN Cary 1E.





ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD, Orlando, FL2002 2003 (Oct. May)
Science Educator/Teacher

School year contract to instruct Molecular Biology, Inorganic Chemistry and Physics to students in grades 9-12 at Olympia High School. Initiated after school tutoring program and facilitated learning opportunity for mathematics students to help out with the standardized statewide testing FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test).

PYPER ENGINEERING, INC., Ft. Myers, FL 2002 (March Oct.)
Electrical & Network Engineer - contract

Accountable for performing extensive MathCAD Fire Endurance calculations for hollow core pre-stressed slabs. Verified AutoCAD drawings for electrical installation against building codes and area configurations as well as individual client requirements. Further duties included responsibility for the operations for the Local Area Network (LAN). Also was responsible for managerial duties in relation to companys projects.

FORD MOTOR COMPANY of CANADA, Talbotville, Ontario, Canada 2001 2002
Material Handling and Packaging Engineer

Responsible for the engineering contributions to Synchronous Material Flow Project. The $500 million project facilitated the feeding process of automotive parts unto assembly line; SIX SIGMA product calibration of Quality Control and Quality Assurance (QC / QA) and project feasibility studies. Additional responsibilities included packaging and testing of automotive parts for the 2002 and 2003 Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis car models.

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO, London, Ontario, Canada 1999 2000
PLC Programmer

Developed a Graphical User Interface (GUI) program on behalf of the Mechanical Engineering Department for a General Motors Fanuc Robot used for the assembly of a utility light, golf ball containers and flash lights. Further duties included assisting with start-up asphalt production for new facilities by troubleshooting burner control systems (fuel management and temperature control) and blending control systems (managing proportional aggregates for asphalt mixing). Operated Allen-Bradley PLCs 500 and Rockwell Automation software (RS View 32, RS Logix 500).

ERNST & YOUNG, London, Ontario, Canada1998 2000
Junior Network Administrator

Conducted complete system modification for a simplified access of all clients portfolios. HTML programming and design for two senior partners World Wide Web pages. Administrative position correlated to data management of several companies associates while assisting with Virtual Private Networks (VPN) deployment authentication and encryption as defined in the IP Security Architecture (IPSec) and the standard OSI model.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
National Training Systems Association (NTSA)
American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

LANGUAGES

English Expert level
Romanian Expert level
Spanish Intermediate level
French Intermediate level

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science (Electrical and Computer Engineering) The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada - 2001

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