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Looking for an Engineering or Analyst job (entry level) - May 12, 2010, 05:44 PM

I don't really have luck on .net but maybe my luck will change. I'm looking for a job in entry level engineering or anything that will help get into the IT field and learn. I have experience working for Northrop as a contractor for the FAA. I graduated last year from George Mason University with a Systems Engineering degree (with Spyker). I haven't been working since mainly due to backpacking for a long time but now i'm looking and have little. If any .net members know of any leads, please let me know. I can forward my resume to anyone who wishes to take a look.

email- capayachi@gmail.com

thanks


OBJECTIVE
To secure a challenging position in an organization that will help me further enhance my skills and in the process become a valuable asset to the company.


SKILLS AND TRAINING
Operating Systems - Microsoft Windows XP Pro, Microsoft Vista, MS Windows 7, OS/X Snow Leopard
Office Suites - Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Project 2007
Engineering Tools - CORE 5.0, Arena, Flying Logic, Matlab v7.1
Basic Programming – Java, HTML, JavaScript,
Languages Spoken - Fluent in English and Spanish


WORK EXPERIENCE
Systems Engineer,
Northrop Grumman, Washington D.C. 08-2008 – 05-2009

•Support the System Engineering and the Strategic Planning divisions of the En Route and Oceanic Finance and Planning Team of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
•Research reusable launch vehicles (RLVs) and their impact on the National Air Transportation System (NAS) for the Outlook Document produced by Air Traffic Planning ATO-E.
•Elaborate and contribute on the logic flow involving En Route Automation Modernization for Strategic Planning division.
•Perform quantitative statistical analysis and produce quarterly air traffic reports for Air Traffic Planning division.
•Research, analyze, and report air traffic control using flying logic to help predict future air traffic.
•Coordinate efforts among a team of engineers, located at various locations across the country, in order to meet an aggressive delivery schedule to our customers.

Bank Teller,
Greater Atlantic Bank, Reston VA 10-2006 – 07-2008

•Maintain the Automated Teller Machine.
•Keep the main vault in balance.
•Help train new employees on the company system.
•Make sure new employees’ customer service skills are up to company standards.
•Assist on customers by offering great service in a friendly and polite manner.

Bank Teller,
Chevy Chase Bank, Annandale VA 04-2005 – 06-2006

•Maintain the Automated Teller Machine.
•Keep the main vault in balance.
•Help train new employees on the company system.
•Make sure new employees’ customer service skills are up to company standards.
•Assist on customers by offering great service in a friendly and polite manner.

ENGINEERING PROJECTS
Student/Faculty ID cards:
•Produce a system which changes the current ID system used on campuses nationwide.
•Develop a system from scratch gathering information.
•Create concept models and design a simulation model.
•System is use to replace magnetic strip ID cards with RF devices.
•Final model design includes RF technology, WiFi capability, access to medical database and emergency response.
•The final report is archived in the System Engineering Department.

Analysis of Alternatives for KC-135 Recapitalization
•Evaluate decision made by the government in late February of 2007 on the replacement of the KC-135 refueling tanker.
•Each of the alternatives and the status quo are judged on the criteria given by the United States Air Force.
•Utility functions are created and values of each criterion are assessed.
•Final report consists of a decision tree with all the values indicated and the analysis of each criterion expressed.
•Final decision is based on our research and analysis.

Online Banking System:
•Produce a system design for an online banking system.
•Generate the development of the operational concept, operational architecture, functional architecture, and physical architecture, using CORE 5.0 software.

Ballistic Missile Simulation:
•Design a simulation to calculate the incoming trajectories of incoming missiles across the US border on the west seaboard.
•Calculate the launch angle and time in order to send an intercepting missile to annihilate an incoming missile.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/OTHER INFORMATION
-Member of Systems Engineering Society at George Mason University
-Member of INCOSE (International Counsel on System Engineering)
-Treasurer of Systems Engineering Society at George Mason University

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science,
Systems Engineering,
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Graduated May 2009

Associate of Science,
Electrical Engineering,
N. Virginia Community College Graduated Fall 2006

US Citizen
Public Trust Clearance
References provided upon request

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Do you have a clearance? Send me your resume.. jonathanhall10 at gmail..


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Do you have a clearance? Send me your resume.. jonathanhall10 at gmail..
E-mail sent.. Thank much for the help

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thanks man most of the jobs I looked for require experience and i haven't had much luck getting in the door for interviews. I've had my resume reviewed over a dozen times but it usually is who you know. Thanks to everyone helping out
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I forwarded you an application link to one of our entry Analyst positions at my office. We're hiring lots right now since there's a shortage of analysts for all the Fed projects we got booked.



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Here are some more sites to look into.
Also go to the site's page and apply for the job there..or call the HR/contact listed on some of these sites to get feedback if your not getting calls.
This is hiring season.


http://www.dcjobsite.com/
http://www.topusajobs.com/
http://www.dice.com/
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/home
http://home.monster.com/
http://careerbuilder.com/
http://www.startuphire.com/
http://www.usajobs.gov/
http://dc.localhires.com/



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I forwarded you an application link to one of our entry Analyst positions at my office. We're hiring lots right now since there's a shortage of analysts for all the Fed projects we got booked.
got it and applied. Thanks very much
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Here are some more sites to look into.
Also go to the site's page and apply for the job there..or call the HR/contact listed on some of these sites to get feedback if your not getting calls.
This is hiring season.


http://www.dcjobsite.com/
http://www.topusajobs.com/
http://www.dice.com/
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/home
http://home.monster.com/
http://careerbuilder.com/
http://www.startuphire.com/
http://www.usajobs.gov/
http://dc.localhires.com/

I've gone to most of them and I've applied to dozens of jobs a day. The recruiters get applications in and don't review over mine unless their are keywords in the search. Most of entry level position that I've been looking for i don't even get a call back because they get more than hundreds in. I think it's who you know in the industry, and honestly I know people in the wrong industry.

Thanks for the links i'll check out the ones i didn't before
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Hey, shoot me your resume to pkazenkov at guident dot com
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you have e-mail kind sir. Thanks to everyone again for helping out
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Just want to say I got a call from a company thanks to Fak3r.. Keep them coming and thanks again fak3r
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i guess i need to piggy back on this post if anybody know any jobs hiring mechanical engineer/autocad tech/construction manager pm me (need something soon!)
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Send me a resume. There are some openings in my group that could be good for an entry level person, as long as you have a solid/practical understanding of Unix.

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