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Location: Manchester Township, NJ, USA
University: University of Maryland, College Park
Major: Aerospace Engineering


Michael Renda
819C Liver Pool Circle Manchester, NJ 08759
xxx-xxx-xxxx | xxx-xxx-xxxx
University of Maryland - College Park, MD 2001
B.S. Aerospace Engineering

Brookdale Community College – Lincroft, NJ
24 hr. Pre-Service Program.
CTE 200 hr. Alternate Route Program
NJDOE 2 hr. Safety and Health certificate Training


Atlantic County Institute of Technology Mays Landing, NJ
Aviation Academy October 2017 – November 2018
Intro to Aviation and Aerospace Engineering, Principles of Aerodynamics, Bernoulli’s Equation.
Aircraft Recognition, Supersonic Wind Tunnel Design. Isentropic Flow, Mach Number and Speed of Sound. UAS Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Prepare students for the FAA Part 107 Exam. Aeronautical Knowledge Students are taught about Weight and Balance, Basic Aircraft Structures, Rate of Climb and Descent, Rate of Turn, Jet Engines Turbo Jet and Turbo Fan Engines.

Teacher of Engineering Technology Endorsement Code 2545
Absegami High School – Galloway Township, NJ
Drafting/ AutoCAD, Inventor and CISCO IT Essentials September 2015 - 2017
Developed Curriculum for the new drafting / CAD and CISCO IT Essential Programs offered at Absegami High School.
AutoCAD drafting techniques
Drafting techniques and the use of drafting instruments.
Collaborated with woodshop class developed designs and models
Inventor used to develop 3D models using proper drafting techniques
Mechanical and Architectural drawings
CISCO IT Essentials:
Introduce students to computer hardware and software, as well as operating systems, networking concepts.

Aeronautical Engineers Inc. - Miami, FL
Structural Liaison Engineer May2013 - JULY 2014 (Contractor)
Under take mechanical design, structural load testing and reports, installation instructions and maintenance requirements and procedures. Modifications include individual conversion of passenger aircraft to freighter configuration including cargo doors, load bearing structure, cargo handling system, smoke detection system hydraulic system. Assist in creating engineering BOM based on prototype design and build configuration. Ensure that all drawings, manuals, training material are properly identified and filed. Write Task Cards for structural and electrical on the 737, MD80 , CRJ. Develop EO Engineering Orders on structural repair 737-300,-400, MD80, CRJ.
AAR Airlift Services – Palm Bay, FL
Structural Designer, December 2012- April 2013 (Contractor)
Developed, designed minor and major complex modifications on a wide variety of fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Which are operated under AAR Airlift Part 135 certificate, and maintenance support operations as a Part 145 FAA Repair Station. Aircraft include: CASA 212, PUMA, Bell Helicopter, Dash 8.

Sikorsky Aircraft – Stratford, CT
Ground Test Engineer, June 2011 – December 2012 (Contractor)
Ground Test Engineer CH-53K Heavy Lift Helicopter. Developed (SER) Sikorsky Engineering Report Outlines detailed test procedures used to validate the performance of installed aircraft systems and components. Conduct full scale fatigue analysis evaluations and test of Rotating and Stationary Swash-plates. Calculated nominal stress required to cause a fatigue failure in number of cycles applied, Calculated Retirement Time (CRT) Develop Strain Gage Request (SGR) outlines Gauge placement on test specimen; Experimental Test Procedure (ETP) outlines the procedures of the dynamic or static test. Reviewed Qualification Test Procedures (QTP) for out sourced testing.

MTG Services - Lakehurst, NJ
Systems Engineer, February 2007 - July 2009
Selected as part of the team that developed technical manuals and illustrations for the US Navy. Programs included: EMALS, ABO, ARRHB, TPTI. Assisted in the development of aircraft support equipment programs compliant with CV22 and MV22 standards. Adhered to strict quality assurance processes and guidelines. Supported subcontractors on the delivery of products. Helped design and fit the T45 Dummy Nose Landing Gear for the U.S. Navy.

The Boeing Company - Philadelphia, PA
Stress Engineer, September 2002 - December 2005
Worked on the data-side of the team that conducted flight test analysis on CH-47 Chinook Helicopters (both D and F versions). This additionally included the assessment of all vibration and stress level data. Optimized flight test airspeed data for the analysis of alternating stresses. Helped in the development of a fatigue spectrum that was based on flight configuration, mission profile and load-set. Collaborated with the Vehicle Management Systems department and coordinated revisions that initiated Engineering Change Orders in the production of drawings and drawing specifications. Performed stress-analysis of avionics shelving for equipment upgrades to ensure workability of design.

The Boeing Company - Everett, WA
Structural Designer, September 2001 - May 2002
Edited 3D designs of the B777-300 aircraft (floor-beam structure) using the CATIA V4 application. Produced final prints of completed assemblies to be used in manufacturing. Additionally prepared a complete bill of materials for each submitted print. Electronically documented all of these processes per strict Boeing standards.

Highly computer-literate on the Windows platform. Experienced with the current versions of; Word, Excel, PowerPoint, AutoCAD, Inventor, Photoshop.
Passionately proficient in photography. Skilled in both outdoor and studio lighting. Equipped with top-of-the-line Canon camera and lenses plus other professional gear.
PADI Certified Master Scuba Diver and Underwater photographer.

Teacher, Engineer