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Engineer Safety

Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Posted:
January 02, 2018

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Michael E. Ryan

**** ******** ***** ****, ******* 46123

Home Phone 317-***-****, Office: 317-***-****, Cell Phone: 317-***-****

ac3vmn@r.postjobfree.com

Clearance: Secret Department of Defense (In active 2004)

Summary of work experience:

Engineering Assignments in Aerospace Safety, Manufacturing Battery Technology, APQP Reliability and Safety. Testing and design Electronic Controls for diesel engines, Military Heavy Vehicles Components Systems, Automotive/Agricultural Turbo Machinery, Aircraft Military Gas Turbine Engines, Nacelle Reliability & Safety, Aerospace Reciprocal Gas Engines, Mechanical Design. Certification and Validation FAA and JAA verification for system safety of regional aircraft inclusive using MSG-3.

Summary of Software experience:

MSG-3, CMMS, Relex, RIAC 217Plus, Softtree, Iron bird, BIT, CAFTA, Doors, FMEA, Weibull analyses Microsoft Suite and numerous programs from employer’s data frames.

Working Knowledge of all military and commercial standards such as: ARP 4754A RTCA/DO-178B/C and RTCA/DO-254) MIL-HDBK-472, MIL-STD-470A, MIL-STD-1629 MIL-STD-882, MIL-STD-781, MIL-STD-1472, MIL-STD-1474, MIL-STD-785, MIL-HNDK-217F, NPRD-95/SPDR,

Passport: E1639799 Expires August 19, 2019

Experience:

2013-Present UTC, Rockford, ILL

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost for aircraft flight controls.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing

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System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost for APU Auxiliary Power Unit.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing

2012-2012 Cobham, Davenport, IA

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system (K46) Fuel Tanks System 787 Air Force

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing and initial field service.

2011-2012 iAccess Technology, Long Beach, CA

Maintenance Engineer

Maintenance Steering Group for all maintenance requirements FAA for MRJ-200 aircraft

MSG-3 MRJ-200, Japan Aircraft all ATA’s

2009-2011 Bombardier, Montréal, Quebec, Canada

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Commercial business aircraft reliability, maintenance and system safety

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing and initial field service

2008-2009 LSP, Amagasaki, Japan

Logistics/Reliability/Maintainability/Safety/System Engineer

Landing gears development for MRJ-200 and Bombardier

Perform safety, reliability, maintainability, availability, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis

Perform (FRACAS) during development testing using Iron Bird and initial field service FAA and JAA certifications.

2007-2008 Parker, Nichols Airborne, Elyria, OH

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Fuel systems for aircraft and military vehicles.

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing and initial field service

2006-2008 General Dynamics, Woodbridge, VA

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

(EFV) Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (Tank that can swim).

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing and initial field service.

Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system

2005-2006 Woodward, Rockford, ILL

System Safety/ Reliability Engineer

Fuel systems for aircraft and military vehicles testing.

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform maintenance and life cycle cost analyses. Develop strategy for engine health monitoring and prognostics system.

Perform Primary System Safety Analysis (PSSA) and System Safety Analysis.

Perform work to manage the failure reporting, analysis, worst case analysis.

Perform corrective action system (FRACAS) during development testing and initial field service

2005- 2005 Gulf Stream, Savannah, GA

Logistics/Reliability/System/Safety Engineer

G500 Aircraft reliability, maintenance and system safety

Perform safety, reliability, maintenance, component monitoring, and/or life cycle cost.

Perform safety analyses, including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA.).

Perform reliability analyses including Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Perform testing, and analysis (BIT) which involves determining whether or not failures on an existing FMEA.

Perform Logistics worked with complex mathematical models that consider elements such as Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), Mean Time To Failure (MTTF), and Mean Time to Repair (MTBR).

Perform operations, and support the Program manager for RCM.

2004- 2005 US Army, Fort Rucker, AL

System Safety Engineer

Performed a variety of system safety engineering and risk management integration duties. Served as primary monitor and coordinator of the Army System Safety Program. Assess, assure and evaluate safety engineering compliance during development, acquisition and utilization of Army systems. Review systems safety life cycle documentation on assigned systems development, test, and employment, to evaluate compliance with Army directives.

Participated in HQDA program reviews, conferences and meetings on assigned systems. Perform visits to commands, agencies and field locations to identify specific system hazards, establish and validate mishap casual factors, measure effectiveness of safety engineering programs, and perform investigation of high interest mishaps.

Provided developers of major systems with appropriate historical mishap data on similar fielded systems. Designed and conducted research to support system safety activities and developed improvements in system safety engineering and management applications in the Army. Assisted in the development of system safety doctrine for HQDA for inclusion in DA and DOD regulatory guidance. Represented HQDA in interservice, interagency, and international systems activities. Develop system safety tools, policies, procedures, and guidance for integrating risk management into Army processes.

Provided engineering expertise in Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) of Army Acquisition Systems as required. Provide appropriate Program Executive Office (PEO) or the Program manager (PM) and ISA for final review and submission to the Army System Acquisition Review Council (ASARC).

Assisted the Director of Army Safety (DASAF) in developing system safety policies, objectives, and evaluation standards. Provide assistance to the DASF in the establishment, identification and maintenance of a DA program of generic system safety research in support of Army development and acquisition programs.

2002 – 2004 Rolls Royce, Indianapolis, IN

Project Manager Reliability Data Analysis

Managed several Reliability Data Analysts on the Defense North America (DNA) reliability databases. Included training of new employees and giving refresher courses to less experienced personnel on the implementation of reliability concepts and proper data processing techniques.

Updated the Defense North America (DNA) AE and T56 engine reliability databases with the latest reported event data and engine configurations, while updating database tables and enhancing the database with alternate data sources such as military captured data.

Audited and edited event records to ensure database integrity.

Supplied key input on the development and structure of the new reliability data system that resulted in a new electronic process to capture field service data.

Developed a process to capture non-serialized parts in the engines As-Built Configuration files.

Managed the availability of accurate engine and component reliability data for technical analysis.

Received “Corporate” award for idea generated to increase computer response time for field event entry from fifteen minutes to five seconds.

Assisted in making departmental decisions on data retrieval processes and procedures.

Developed a Reliability Chart Suit for management to monitor reliability trends and maintain consistency across multiple engine lines.

Accomplished a major analysis for the US Air-force on Reliability Centered Maintenance to reduce premature component and engine removals using Relex software analysis package.

Collected and maintained reliability data for the USAF and USN TF41 Engine applications, and logged all incoming engine and component information.

2001 – 2002 Lockheed Martin Aeronautic Co, Marietta, GA

Aerospace Safety Engineer

System Safety Assessments (SSA) of system peculiar to the United States Marine Corp. Tanker and Italian Military C-130J and C-27 variants with FAA certification requirements.

Responsible for System Safety Assessments compiled using methodology/approach detailed in SAE ARP 4761, Mil-STD 882 utilizing current air worthiness regulation (FARs / JARS / ACS ETC.) and a verity of technical documentation / specifications, including Software Requirements Specifications, Interface Control Documents, Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA). Based on a schematic and BIT description documentation, failures on the existing FMEAs created the determination, from the testing, of whether these failures were apparent or not.

2000 - 2001 General Motors Advance Technical Vehicle, Indianapolis, IN

Manufacturing Engineer

Energy storage system for the next generation vehicle. To present deliver the facilities, tools equipment and processes that enable the manufacturing system to produce quality and timely products and test.

1999 - 2000 General Electric Company, Louisville, KY

Senior System Testing Engineer (6 Sigma)

Electronic controls for laundry products and applications; develop, test and specific algorithms in connection with the development of new development of washers and dryers design. Developed test plans and procedures to conduct; bench test, and cell testing in the laboratory. Testing and calibrations requirements for manufacturing. Start-up of machinery for General Electric and turnkey's plant floor before shipment.

Responsible for all reliability and system safety analysis, baseline growth. Maintaining and updating the Failure Reporting and Correction System (FRACAS), Failure Modes Effects and Analysis (FMEA). Vendor interface for manufacturing products to specifications, and acquiring certifications from UL and other government agencies.

1996 - 1999 Rolls-Royce Allison Engine Company. Indianapolis, IN

Reliability and Safety Engineer

Analytic engineer working for Rolls Royce Allison in the Reliability and System Safety department, with overall responsibility for ensuring the engines meet FAA and military reliability and safety requirements.

Responsible for all Reliability prediction, testing, and analysis (BIT), which involves determining whether or not failures on an existing FMEA and system safety analysis, baseline growth, commercial, and turboprop derivatives. This includes maintaining and updating the Failure Reporting and Correction System (FRACAS), Failure Modes Effects and Analysis (FMEA) for the engine programs, as well as mission analysis and safety evaluations of new system designs of hot section including combustor.

1994 - 1996 Cummins Electronics Company, Inc., Columbus, IN

System Engineer

Responsible for electronic controls for diesel engines method and applications; develop, test and validate high pressure injector fuel system specific algorithms in connection with the development of new diesel engine design. Developed test plans and procedures to conduct; bench test, engine dynamometer testing and calibrations. Solved controls related system problems including idle stability, transient response and load acceptance issues.

1992 - 1994 Brown Efficiency, ETC Temporary Staffing, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana

Vice President/General Manager

Responsible for the management of 950 plus employee. Identifies, designs, develops and implements business strategies, variable markets and innovative programs to generate new opportunities and sustain existing client base. Prepares and implements marketing plan to accomplish company goals and recommends methods to achieve short and long term strategies. Determines most effective methods to track trends, analyze and interpret data to reach logical conclusions. Ensures a comprehensive business development that promotes and supports company values and visions.

1992 - 1992 Stewart and Stevenson Services Inc., Sealy Texas

Senior Test Engineer

Military Truck First article testing procedures written for government approval and guide for testing the (FMTV) vehicles. Problem Solving, Investigations, Analysis and Corrective Action for component/System Failure as a result of T.I.R. for the U.S. Government. Certification compliance for FVSS, FMVSS, MCS, NATO, EPA and supplier/vendors. Liaison support/interface with vendors; test and development; manufacturing fabrication; quality and government interface; working under the guidelines of mil-standards and specification; contract requirements compliance; administrative reports, procedures, reliability and safety.

1991 - 1992 Oshkosh Truck Corporation, Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Senior Engineer

Military Truck (Palletized Loading System) Problem Solving, Investigations and, Reliability and Safety Analysis with Corrective Action for component/System Failure as a result of T.I.R. Reports initiated at vehicle proving grounds for an off/on the road truck with 137,000 Lbs. Load limit for the U.S. Government and Foreign Countries. Certification compliance for FVSS, FMVSS, MCS, NATO, EPA and supplier/vendors. Liaison support/interface witvendors; test and development; manufacturing fabrication; quality and government interface; working under the guidelines of mil-standards and specification; contract requirements compliance; administrative reports, procedures, and associated documentation applicable for the program success.

1989-1991 General Electric, Cincinnati, Ohio

Design Engineer

Components (Hot Section) Design Engineer (Military and Commercial Aircraft) Development responsibility of new and improvements component and hardware for Military and Commercial aircraft engines Design responsibility; test preparation and implementation; analysis of test results, military presentation; FAA certifications; programs plans/milestones; vendor, government, foreign government and interdepartmental Interface; organize and resenting technical reports Presentations: Administrative reports/procedures and documentation and analysis of cost and delivery, interface with vendors, liaison with manufacturing and Air Force bases.

1988-1989 General Motors Delco Electronics, Muncie, Indiana

Mechanical Engineer

Responsibilities were for the total renovation, implementation and upgrading facilities equipment, buildings and facilities grounds. Direct interface contractors, management and developers; schedule adherence and cost awareness.

1987-1987 Boeing Aircraft, Oakridge, Tennessee

Project Engineer

Responsible for facilities renovation, upgrading grounds and equipment. The composition and implementation of contract and special conditions, scope of work, budgets, directly responsible for all procurement of materials and interface with contractors and subcontractors.

1985 - 1987 General Electric, Cincinnati, Ohio

Value Engineer

Responsible for supply to manufacturing engineering, gas turbine engines fabricated and machine hardware, tooling design and machine process. Extensive domestic travels to interface with vendor’s location to trouble shoot manufacturing problems and quality faults. Military required financing cost and price analysis (F.A.R.) in addition function as liaison between manufacturing, quality and design engineering.

Education: BS Purdue University (Aeronautical Engineering 1978)

University Of Florida, AutoCAD Manufacturing Engineering (Course Work)

Mc Donnel Douglas, Cad Cam Engineering (Course Work)

University of Massachusetts Reliability (Course Work)

Honorable discharge from U.S.M.C (1972)

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