michael hartman

michael hartman

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Currently: Consultant / Auditor at Mission Products
Location: ariel WA
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Michael “Chris” Hartman Cell: 360-953-2517 Home: 253-283-6007 Email: m.c.hartman1967@gmail.com *Immediate availability - Years’ Experience: 25 - Security Clearances Attained: DOD Secret SAR (Special Access Required), NATO Secret Skills and Aptitude Strong mechanical aptitude with a wide range of abilities, knowledge, and understanding of Aerospace applications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Able to interact well with people at all levels. Competent, reliable, and committed professional with a record of success in positions of increasing responsibility. Proficient in all Microsoft applications, Tool and Production assembly planning, Liaison, Estimating, Supplier Management and Facility certification. Proficient in Configuration Management, System Integration, Ground and Flight Test, Lab Development, Customer Audits, Aircraft Receivable Inspection and Delivery. Quality experience consists of Material Review Board (MRB), Corrective Action, Document, Specification Control and Export Compliance. Education Oregon Institute of Technology - Oregon, BS Manufacturing Engineering Technology Boeing - Advanced Composite and Titanium Structure Series - Certificate Pierce College, Puyallup WA - Business Management Certificate Employment History November 2012 - Present MISSION Products, Tacoma WA Consultant / Auditor Entered Small Business venture to sell, stock and maintain Mission food products to various retail outlets. Perform all duties associated with owning a small business including establishment of the customer base, inventory level and product line management, shipping and receiving coordination and promotional services. Daily tasks additionally entailed sales, marketing, Quality Control and Customer Service. May 2009 - November 2012 Boeing, Seattle WA Senior Manufacturing Engineer Program Startup and Execution for 767 Japan AWACS Mission System Upgrade and Saudi AWACS Radar Upgrade Authored program Statement of Work (SOW) for the Operations Team. Coordinated Design, EBOM and Developed MBOM. Provided Approval and “Sign-Off” on all Drawings. Managed all Hardware Procurement and Aircraft Modification. Developed All Flight Test Planning and Coordinated All Document/Drawing and Software Revisions and Releases. Authored and Released Contract Letters and Work Requests. Managed Toshiba and Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) subcontractors. Worked closely with Defense Contractor Management Agency (DCMA) Sept 2008 - May 2009 Alsalam Aircraft Co. / Boeing, Riyadh Saudi Arabia Senior Manufacturing Engineer Program Startup for Link 16 Upgrade Program Developed, Released, and Maintained the As Designed Baseline (ADBL). Managed Total Technical Data Package including Drawings, Specifications, ACNs and Technical Inquiries (TI). Tasked with being On-site Export Control and Disclosure Lead. Developed Part Tracking System and Configuration Management System including Rejection Tag logs and All Planning Traceability. Managed All Work Orders through Closure. 2004 - 2008 Boeing/Airbus/EADS Manching Germany Senior Manufacturing Engineer Configuration and Post Retrofit Team Leader Lead the configuration accountability team by providing oversight management and guidance to the EADS subcontractor for installation and checkout of the NATO AWACS fleet (17 aircraft). Prepared for and participated in Program Readiness Reviews (PRRs), Functional and Physical Control Audits (FCA/PCA), Program Management Reviews (PMR), Delivery and Post Delivery out briefs, and corrective action teams. Managed, coordinated, planned, scheduled and executed the deployment of subcontractor modification teams to GK NATO base to incorporate emerging engineering changes on post delivered aircraft. This role requires extensive communication and working relationships with multidisciplinary personnel including EADS, Boeing, NATO, NAPMA, ESC, Force Command, and multiple suppliers. 2001 - 2004 Boeing, Kent WA / Spirit Aerospace, Tulsa OK Project Engineer - Integrated Product Team {IPT Lead}: Supply Chain Services / Logistics Lead a multi-function product team responsible to relocate the AWACS Radome production line from Seattle to Tulsa, OK and production of several assets. Tasks included proposal development, tool refurbishment and relocation, supplier management, training efforts between company divisions, and product fabrication. Managed all schedule, cost performance (EVM), and delivery challenges. Served as the Primary focal for all Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM). Test range development focal at supplier (L3 Comm). Managed and led repair program in AVORD AB, France. Developed SOW for an international licensing agreement with ESW (Extel Systems Wedel) – Germany as well as initiated lean principles, product definition, and supplier qualification. Co-developed and approved new paint removal process on radomes using Flash-jet equipment in Mesa AZ. 1999 - 2001 Boeing, Kent WA Customer Support Engineer / Product Engineer Integrated Product Team (Leader): AWACS Managed facility preparation, master schedules, material procurement, fabrication, repair, test, cost, and delivery on E3A and E767 Radomes. Developed the SOW, cost proposal and participated in contract negotiation. Analyzed and initiated alternate paint stripping process, Co-developed and coordinated radome repair MRB dispositions requiring core placement, re-skin applications, and cure. Served as customer interface during all visits to Tinker AFB. 1995 - 1998 Boeing, Seattle WA Manufacturing Engineer / Hardware Management/Tool Design/Liaison Duties included responsibility for the direction and support of manufacturing production operations on the 767 flight line. Incorporated hardware, planning, flight-test planning, facility set-up, Ground support equipment (GSE) and tooling requirements. Government and customer focal for all tooling, planning, and part production. Managed all installation, final assembly, test and checkout prior to delivery. Responsible for design reviews with senior management, engineering and customers. 1993 - 1995 DBM Contractors, Federal Way WA Journeyman Laborer Test Technician, Spotter (Oiler for drilling 150ft deep Pylon holes), and Heavy equipment operator including forklift, bulldozer, and drill rig equipment maintenance. Coordinated effort between contractor, city planners, engineers and inspectors. Performed load tests, developed procedures and analyzed test results, performed troubleshooting as required, and provided final buyoff signature for job completion. 1991 - 1993 Boeing Philadelphia and Northrop Grumman, CA Tool and Production Planner - B-2 Bomber, CH47D Chinook, V22 Tilt rotor Participated in proposal preparation of the Chinook nose cone redesign and modification effort. Provided support in cockpit configurations and installations. Evaluated and determined program tooling requirements. Production planner on B-2 Bomber at Northrup Grumman utilizing their planning system, tools, and resources. 1989 - 1991 Boeing, Seattle WA / Northrup Grumman, Palmdale CA Modification Mechanic: B-2 Bomber Team Lead at Northrop Grumman and Edwards AFB Performed modifications on landing gear hydraulics and electrical, as well as structural assembly and modification involving new technology titanium and composite part interface. Certified in assembly of composite (GREP) structures. Team lead at Northrop Grumman.

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