Patricia K. Maier, P. E.
Freehold, NJ 07728
M. Eng. Cornell University Ithaca NY May 29 1978 (EE)
Sc. B. Brown University Providence RI June 6 1977 (Applied Mathematics)
Professional Licenses and Societies
Sigma Xi Brown University Chapter
Registered Professional Engineer NJ 24GE03388600
NJ Teacher of Mathematics
NJ Teacher of Physical Science
Quality Engineering and Systems Assurance
Department of Defense Picatinny Arsenal April 2008-present (40 hr/week -
full time)-GS 12
Lean Six Sigma certified, DWIA Level II Product Assurance Engineer and
reliability subject matter expert experienced in planning, directing,
guiding, and coordinating quality, reliability, availability, and
maintainability assessments for mortars systems. Responsible for a broad
scope of analytical tasks to predict and specify reliability allocations,
develop engineering and reliability demonstration tests, prepare failure
analyses, analyze test data, review product designs, create databases to
manage configuration changes, and generate final reports for materiel
release. Product quality assurance responsibilities span the entire product
cycle from source selection to product acceptance. Relevant experience
includes source selection technical evaluation of contract bids,
preparation of the technical data package comprising the product detail
specification and quality assurance provisions for product acceptance, and
liaison with defense contract management and contractors to ensure rigorous
adherence to the quality management plan.
Data and Voice Communication Networks Systems Engineering
Telcordia Technologies Red Bank NJ Dec 2000 - Mar 2003 (40 hr/week - full
Systems engineering for voice and data communications networks including
design, performance analysis, and operations support systems integration
for capacity management, traffic engineering, and service level agreement.
Represented the client at ITU-T, IPPM, and ATIS standards organizations for
Booz?Allen & Hamilton Eatontown NJ Nov 1996 - Aug 2000 (32 hr/week - part
Systems engineering and performance analysis of ATM over wireless
transmission for the Warfighter Information Network (WIN-T) and Defense
Research and Engineering Network (DREN). Developed dynamic resource
allocation to improve bandwidth efficiency. Worked with Ft. Monmouth NJ
government project manager and development contractor on the redesign of
military terminals to enable ATM, DAMA capability.
Bell Communications Research Red Bank NJ Jan 1984 - Feb 1988 (37.5
hr/week - full time)
Systems engineering for digital network capability. Bellcore representative
and contributor to CCITT T1X1.4 on clear channel transmission.
Responsibilities included development and performance assessment of interim
and long-term methods to achieve clear channel transmission, and
collaboration with the network transition planning team.
Bell Laboratories Holmdel NJ Jun 1977 - Dec 1983 (37.5 hr/week - full
Quality assurance and performance analysis of interoffice switching and
transmission systems. Data analysis and performance modeling of electronic
switching components, wire and digital radio transmission facilities.
Economic feasibility and prove-in analysis for new equipment and services.
High school science and mathematics
9/2005 - 4/2008 Old Bridge Public Schools NJ (full time) - chemistry
9/2004 - 6/2005 Freehold Regional High School District NJ (full time) -
9/2003 - 5/2004 East Windsor Regional School District NJ (part time) -
9/1981 - 6/1882 Mater Dei High School Middletown NJ (full time) - physics