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ROBERT M.

JANECZKO
8 LORETTACONG DR, LAKE HOPATCONG, NJ 07849
HOME: (973) 663-3663
CELL: (973) 464-1498
rjedf5c8@westpost.net
SKILLS SUMMARY
Materials engineer with strong background in marine corrosion and
cathodic protection, hull, mechanical and electrical systems,
metallurgical failure analysis, research and development. Twelve
years of experience in defense engineering and acquisition programs.
Over ten years of management experience in engineering and technology
organizations.
Employment
VP OPERATIONS
PARADIGM TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING, LLC
October 2001 - present
_East Windsor, NJ_
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Currently employed as VP Operations with technology consulting firm
whose primary business focus is the sales, implementation and support
of ERP and operations software.
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Primary duties include management responsibility for sales and
marketing department, vendor relations and contract review and
approval.
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Other duties include specific tasks related to ERP implementation
such as report writing, data conversion, software testing, etc.
DIRECTOR, NJ OPERATIONS
APPLIED ORDNANCE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
September 1998 - 0ctober 2001
_Sparta, NJ_
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Established NJ office supporting Picatinny Arsenal and its tenant
activities.
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NJ Division projects include:
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PM Crusader a" Use of fatigue modeling to determine safe service
life of XM297 cannon tube and breech.
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PM Tank and Medium Caliber Ammunition Systems (TMAS) a" M829A2,
M829E3 120 mm ammunition packaging modeling and analysis to support
insensitive munitions testing and certification.
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PM Mortars a" Acquisition support for mortar ammunition, project
management support.
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PM Mines, Countermine and Demolition a" Integrated Logistics
Support for the Army's Nonlethal Capability Set
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Close Combat Armament Center (CCAC) a" Technical and project
management support for nonlethal weapons programs
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PM Mortars a" Engineering support for Mortar Fire Control System.
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PM Paladin a" M109A6 configuration management support
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Fire Support Armament Center (FSAC) a" development of knowledgebase
application for ammunition design
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Participated in Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project to
develop innovative long range 5" gun design for the US Navy
ENGINEER
TEXTRON MARINE West Bethesda, MD_
Projects include:
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SSBN 726 Class, SSN 688 Class, SSN 21 submarine shaft seals
corrosion control programs
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USMC combat and tactical vehicle corrosion control program
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SSN 688 Class main seawater pump corrosion reduction
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SSN 21 Wide Aperture Array cathodic protection design
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Launched IR/IED project in conjunction with International Nickel
Company focused on developing Ni Cr Mo alloys with improved
resistance to crevice corrosion in seawater.
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Computer modeling of cathodic protection systems using boundary
element analysis
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Test and evaluation of thermal sprayed ceramic and metallic coatings
and electroplated materials for repair and prevention of crevice
corrosion
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CVN 68 Class aircraft carrier cathodic protection performance
enhancement program including at sea testing
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CVN 68 Class aircraft carrier sweater intake protector sleeves
failure analysis and replacement/redesign
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Numerous metallurgical failure analyses
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Materials engineering support to Naval Experimental Diving Unit
Ocean Simulation Facility
SENIOR TECHNICIAN
THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY
October 1988 a" December 1988
_Laurel, MD_
Participated in project to develop innovative method to monitor the
rate of corrosion of buried gas pipelines. Utilized magnetometers in
conjunction with electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) to
measure real time corrosion rates of buried gas pipelines.
Responsible for experimental setup, data collection and some
software development to automate data collection.
Education
1988 - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
_The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD_
1994 - MASTER OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
_The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD_