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Jose Gonzales

1234 Broadway Lane, Temple, TX 76504 | Cell: (123) 456-7890 |

Missile System Testing Specialist

TOP SECRET Security Clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access. Experienced in leadership, mentoring, program management, operations management, project management, acquisition, contracting, training, defense, space launch, mission assurance, quality assurance, explosives, satellites, ICBMs, AFOSH, and OSHA.

Core Competencies include:
Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) Missile Testing and Launch
R&D Systems Systems Engineering Support
THAAD, GMD, C2BMC, Sensors Missile  engineering safety processes


CURRENT TOP SECRET/ SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (TS/SCI) CLEARANCE Investigation Date: March 2016; Currently under Continuous Evaluation


KBR (Client: Missile Defense Agency), Missile Defense Systems Engineer IV, Mar 2020 – Current

  • Develop, define, document, and execute weapon systems engineering approaches, plans, requirements, traceability, integration, test, verification and validation, procedures, and activities.
  • Develop weapon system test certification packages, covering risk analysis and risk handling, closure statuses, configuration audits, and engineering authority signatures.
  • Manage weapon system engineering safety processes and activities.
  • Identify cyber threats and vulnerabilities; reduction of attack opportunities (likelihood, impact, and severity); improve defensive cyber operations, and strengthen cyber capabilities for DoD weapon systems.
  • Brief senior government staff.

United States Air Force (USAF), General Installation Inspection Manager, Jul 2017 – Mar 2020

  • Executed Commanders Inspection Program for west coast polar orbit spacelift, range operations and operational/developmental missile system testing for DoD.
  • Developed risk metrics & reports on economy, utilization, health, welfare & state of discipline for 6.8K installation employees.
  • Established guidance for selecting/training/equipping 309  members to inspect wing and 48 tenant units across three MAJCOMs.
USAF, Spacelift Maintenance Trainer, Mar 2006 – May 2012
  • Trained and equipped maintenance technicians in proper handling and transportation of decommissioned Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) for use to launch satellites for many national organizations.
  • Trained on heavy hauling of large explosives, weights ranging from 15 pounds to 230,000 pounds.
  • Extensive Explosive Safety and AFOSH (Air Force equivalent of OSHA), training technicians to be team leads /  team chiefs for many launch missions on both east and west coasts.

USAF, Missile Handling Assistant Team Chief, Jan 2002 – Mar 2006

  • Transported and stored tractor trailer rocket motor boosters for current and decommissioned ICBM.
  • Safely and effectively transported rocket motors to and from bases for the purpose of storage for upcoming missile construction.
  • Coordinated and directed tasks to safely load, transport, and unload explosive components.

USAF, Missile and Space Systems Maintenance (AFSC 2M0X2), Apr 1997 – 2002

  • Performed missile maintenance actions at flight line, railhead, support base, and launch, launch control, and storage facilities, and ensures compliance with international treaties.
  • Inspected, repaired, adjusted, and replaced components and subcomponents.
  • Mechanically / electrically connected and disconnected reentry systems, guidance and control sections, missile stages, propulsion systems, and secondary ordnance devices at launch facilities.
  • Prepared missile and launch facilities for simulated launch and follow-on test and evaluation.


MS Systems / Industrial Engineering 2020

BS Computer Studies 2012