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Location:
Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
October 17, 2016

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MARK POKRYSKA, PMP

Tel. 609-***-**** (M)

** ********* **.

609-***-**** (R)

Ewing, New Jersey 08638

Email: acw3h1@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY:

A successful engineer and manager with 25+ years of diversified experience derived from employment in Aerospace and Renewable Energy industries. Decisive project management and leadership skills. Extensive knowledge of product, process and system development in technical environments. Unique expertise includes Spacecraft, Wind Turbines and Photovoltaic (PV) System (array/module/inverter) design, build, manufacture and test. Particular skills and expertise:

SKILLS:

PMBOK Body of Knowledge

Agile Management & Lean Manufacturing Techniques

PVSyst, Pro E, AutoCAD, EPlan

Microsoft Office, Schedule, Project, NT

B&P, RFP / RFQ Preparation

Specification / Contract Writing & Reviewing

Kaizen, Kanban, 7S and Six-Sigma

IEEE 1547, NEC, NESC, UL Standards Compliance

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

KINETICS INDUSTRIES, Trenton, New Jersey

Quality Assurance / Electrical Test Engineer 2016

Provide production line Quality Assurance/Quality Control inspection on AC Motor Control Systems

Provide QA/QC and engineering test support to Transformer production line units.

TECTASOLAR, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

Electrical Engineer 2015/2016

Project Engineering liaison for current projects in construction, handling Submittals, RFIs and Change Orders.

Interpret and negotiate contractual agreements for design, construction and commissioning of PV power systems.

Provide engineering support to Management on Energy Production Models and other PV performance issues.

SUNEDISON, Belmont, California

East Coast Development Engineer (Contract) 2015

Attend project integration meetings with clients for large (MW) and medium (kW) scale Photovoltaic power systems.

Perform initial site visit inspection at potential sites to determine PV suitability for roof and ground mounted arrays.

Author site visit reports of initial findings and provide overall assessment of PV system feasibility.

BUCKS COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Newtown, Pennsylvania 2013

Adjunct Instructor

Primary instructor for class in Interpreting Graphical Communications and Technical Drawings & Mathematics.

Provided detailed classwork and instruction for Ship Fitters and advanced Welders.

Course taught at Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

MARK POKRYSKA, PMP

Tel. 609-***-**** (M)

16 Bluegrass Dr.

609-***-**** (R)

Ewing, New Jersey 08638

Email: acw3h1@r.postjobfree.com

GAMESA WIND US, Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania 2006 - 2012

Senior Electrical Engineer

Lead effort for complete validation and certification of European designed 2 MW Wind Turbine Generator for US utility (IEEE 1547, NEC, NESC) Standards Compliance.

Develop action plan for converting all European electrical components approved to IEC/GL Standards to US approved components certified to UL and IEEE Standards.

Support Strategic Sourcing Group and Supplier Quality Engineering on US procurement of electrical components by attending Supplier Quality Audits for Main Transformer, Generator, Controller, Yaw Motors and Cables.

Provide final review of vendor test data and hardware for engineering acceptance and homologation by Gamesa Spain.

Provide Wind Turbine manufacturing engineering support to plant increasing factory output using Six-Sigma, LEAN, 7s, and Total Quality Management (TQM) production philosophies.

ORBITAL SCIENCES CORPORATION, Sterling, Virginia 2005 - 2006

Senior Solar Array Specialist

Maintain database of emerging manufacturing and production techniques for advanced solar cell devices technologies.

Provide complete technical oversight of vendor sourced solar array for spacecraft electrical power system.

Assure compliance to contractual requirements for solar cells, array and interface control for spacecraft integration.

Review and approve all contract deliverables: trade studies, analysis, Technical Notes, engineering documentation and test data to validate compliance to performance specifications.

WORLDWATER & POWER CORPORATION, Pennington, New Jersey

Manager, Systems Engineering 2004 - 2005

Provide detailed design documentation of new Commercial and Residential utility interactive photovoltaic power systems from 3kW to 1.5MW, per client requirements, in accordance with NEC 2005, Article 690.

Manage three subcontractors for and author Final Report of Renewable Energy Assessment Study for Quinault Indian Nation, Ocean Shores, WA, as part of National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Tribal Energy Program.

Design photovoltaic water pumping systems for developing nations employing proprietary power control system.

LOCKHEED MARTIN COMMERCIAL SPACE SYSTEMS, Newtown, Pennsylvania

Senior Systems Engineer, Requirements & Verification, Spacecraft Systems Engineering Group 2003 - 2004

Support Chief Engineers on multiple programs by maintaining Program Hardware/Software List documentation.

Validate and verify complete contract technical requirement compliance through Compliance Matrix management across all spacecraft subsystems, launch support deliverables and Flight Qualification of new technologies.

Provide customer/client interface for Requirements & Verification group at Critical Design Review (CDR) meetings.

CELLSICO INCORPORATED, Richboro, Pennsylvania

Vice President Operations / Engineering and Management Consultant 2002 - 2003

Author business plans for and company presentations to potential investors including venture capital sources and

The New Jersey Division of Economic Development.

Negotiate and manage international Letters of Credit from overseas banks and submit account drafts as required.

Respond to customer inquiries for technical support, price quotes and production and delivery schedules.

Provide production engineering input for custom designed solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to Chief Executive Officer.

Develop manufacturing procedures in accordance with ISO 9001 Quality Standard for future Audit.

MARK POKRYSKA, PMP

Tel. 609-***-**** (M)

16 Bluegrass Dr.

609-***-**** (R)

Ewing, New Jersey 08638

Email: acw3h1@r.postjobfree.com

ESSENTIAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS, West Trenton, New Jersey

Principal / Consulting Engineer 1998 – 2002

Author Failure Modes Critical Effects Analysis (FMECA) for Aerospace client's spacecraft solar array.

Design 2.8 kW utility-interactive terrestrial solar power system with battery back up for a European client.

Specify a »7.0 kW utility-interactive terrestrial solar power system for personal residence.

Edit technical manual for African client's solar power system construction and installation training class.

LOCKHEED MARTIN ASTRO SPACE (formerly GE Astro-Space and RCA), Princeton, New Jersey

Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Group 1993 - 1998

Support Battery and Solar Array Design Engineering Group with development of advanced production processes.

Provide customer (NASA) with manufacturing review input for subcontracted solar array manufacture at vendor / customer Estimate to Complete (ETC) and Technical Integration Meetings.

Prepare and presented $5 Million Solar Array Plant and Equipment budget to Section VP and senior management.

Act as Manufacturing Engineering liaison to Facilities Design Group for $500K renovation to Battery Production Shop. Lead team in creating 3 different proposals for renovation to production area. Negotiate best hybrid solution with management resulting in $200K budget for renovations and equipment. Support Production supervisor by providing shop with real-time modifications to battery assembly tooling which insured critical path program launch schedules.

Prepare and present Manufacturing Readiness Review (MRR) of production capability to customers.

Manage manufacturing engineering team of five responsible for all new process development, process proofing and flight qualification for major spacecraft power system components. Recognize unacceptable level of soldering assembly rejects due to improper methods. Discuss problem with training organization and developed training program specific to area and part needs. Reduced soldering errors and parts waste by 65% after operator retraining.

Research, organize and document area procurement emergencies in required company format. Submit detailed list with risk and cost analyses to engineering management. Reduction in cycle time by 25% with new equipment.

Organize Team of preferred and experienced manufacturing and design engineers to develop solutions to problems. Solar Array product assembly area had unacceptable labor costs. Effectively lead team in implementing process improvements, designing and procuring advanced tooling and assembly fixtures, resulting in 300% increase in output.

LOCKHEED MARTIN ASTRO SPACE (formerly GE Astro-Space and RCA), Princeton, New Jersey

Member Technical Staff, Battery and Solar Array Design Engineering Group 1988 – 1993

Design, document, test and supervise manufacture and integration of spacecraft solar array for Mars Observer Program (NASA/JPL) as the Lead Solar Array Design Engineer. Managed and directed 2 support engineers and 3 design specialists to insure spacecraft program schedules. Action resulted in on-time $5 million milestone payment.

Provide first and only magnetic field strength analysis on solar array at GE Astro-Space per customer requirements.

Design and supervise fabrication of 225 conductor wiring harness for spacecraft solar array power, dual-axis gimbal drive assembly, attitude control sensors and telemetry. Identified indeterminate design problem, developed a prototype "mock-up" of actual assembly to assure accurate production of part. Directed manufacturing personnel while documenting production methods for designer to produce drawings and procedures. Allowed manufacturing to continue on schedule and to deliver harness assembly to customer on time and 22% under budget.

Principal Investigator on R&D projects: Evaluated Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) and thin-film photovoltaic devices, solar cell interconnection materials and non-ozone depleting chemistries (ODC) for solar cell cleaning.

MARK POKRYSKA, PMP

Tel. 609-***-**** (M)

16 Bluegrass Dr.

609-***-**** (R)

Ewing, New Jersey 08638

Email: acw3h1@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

Professional Certificate - Project Management (PMP) 2014

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, School of Business, Camden

Bachelors of Science Engineering Technology (Electro-Mechanical Option) 1986

New Mexico State University Las Cruces, New Mexico

AWARDS, SKILLS & EXPERTISE:

Lockheed Martin Instant Recognition Award Program, Timely Delivery of Battery Tooling

1995

Lockheed Martin Instant Recognition Award Program, Support of Flexible Blanket Solar Array

1995

National Aeronautic & Space Administration (NASA), Individual Contributor & Group Achievement

1992

Lean, Kanban, 7s & Six-Sigma Training

PVSyst, Pro E, AutoCAD, EPlan

ISO & AS9001-9004 Quality Systems

Microsoft Office, Schedule, Project, NT

Engineering Documentation (ISO 2768, ANSI Y14.5M)

Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP)

Secret Clearance, DISCO, 1988-92

Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP, ERP)



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