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     Date Submitted:07-12-2010
     Last Modified:14-12-2010 (09:50)
    Job information
     Current job:Loads product coordinator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsProject and programme management Coordinating (managing) within Design Office all loads activities involving a specific product (Aircraft model). Willing either to develop further Project and Programme management skills or to move into a different busi
    CV

    Main skills

    • Project and Programme management knowledge

    • Airbus Design Office Quality System knowledge

    • Good Presentation & Interpersonal skills

    • Customer oriented

     

    Education:

    • 25/10/2004: Master Degree (Italian “Laurea” – 5 year study) in Aerospace Engineering (100/110)

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Degree thesis: “ATR aircraft in the future European Airspace: compliance with CNS/ATM requirement”

    The research was performed in the Marketing Directorate of ATR – Avions de Transport Régional (Toulouse) in order to analyse traffic flows and delay data in the European airspace and in the main airports. Compliance of ATR Avionics suite with the CNS/ATM (Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management) Technical Requirements was evaluated.

     

    Training and Courses

    • 11/2010: Multidisciplinary Aircraft Design – Airbus CE (Toulouse) 5 day

    • 07/2010: Project Management – People make the difference
      Airbus CE (Toulouse) 3 day

    • 06/2010: Project Management – Advanced PM Airbus CE (Toulouse) 3 day

    • 06/2009: Project Management – Into practice Airbus CE (Toulouse) 3 day

    • 03/2008: Basic Airworthiness Airbus CE (Toulouse) 2 day

    • 05/2008: Introduction to Lean Engineering – Airbus CE 3 day

    • 03/2007: Aircraft Loads – Airbus Germany (Hamburg) 4 day

    • 02/2007: Main Landing Gear Awareness (A320/A330/A340 aircraft) -
      Messier-Dowty Ltd. (Gloucester) 3 day

    • 11/2006: Airbus Familiarisation (A320 based) - ATA 104 Level I course
      Aviation Training Ltd (Bristol) 4 day

     

    Professional experience:

     

    • 10/2007 : AIRBUS Central - Toulouse (France)

      1. Product Domain Coordinator – PDC
        Appointed as Wide Body Loads Coordinator and deputy Long Range Loads Coordinator

    • Main Mission

    - The PDC acts as a Project Manager, as he leads and coordinates all design and validation activities within the Loads Domain

    - He must have a strong technical background, as he has to analyse and put together Project Requirements, validate technical assumptions, and represents the Domain in front of Chief Engineer and Overall Aircraft Design for all Non Specific Design Work and Head of Design in CoEs for Specific Design Work

    • He has to ensure to meet the requirements of the specific A/C Family Programme: Time, Cost, Quality and Performance as per agreed Development Validation Plan (DVP).

     

    • Accountabilities

    - To lead and coordinate, for the Domain, the development and yearly update of a reference DVP

    - To set up and manage the Project organization, identifying all interfaces (Customers and Suppliers) and capture Project Requirements

    - To Estimate and follow up Cost Planning

    - To ensure communications and coordinate reporting between the Loads Domain and the relevant A/C Programme’s interfaces

    - To ensure consistency of the assumptions in the domain according to: Time, Cost, & Performance objectives

    - To identify, assess, mitigate or escalate (jointly with the relevant A/C Programme) all potential risks.

    - To screen and filter In Service Events (turbulence, hard landings), coordinating Loads analysis (when requested) and provide feedback to Customer Support in order to release aircraft in service as quick as possible.

      1. Central Entity Loads Quality Coordinator

    - Coordination, drive and control of quality related activities within the Airbus CE “Loads and Aeroelastics – Policies and Coordination” department

    - Ensuring implementation of EN9100 and Airbus quality directives.

    - Ensuring that the domain quality strategy and plans are defined and deployed in order to meet business requirements

    • 2/2005 – 9/2007 : AIRBUS UK - Filton, Bristol (Great Britain)

      1. Loads engineer - Flight Physics Centre of Competence

    - Evaluation of ground loads on landing gears and related components on Long Range aircraft

    - Redaction of Technical Reports on the subject

      1. EDGLU Loads Quality Coordinator

    - Same responsibilities reported above as Central Entity Loads Quality Coordinator, but in UK.

    • 2003 - 2004: ATR - Avions de Transport Régional – Toulouse (France)

      1. Six months long internship within the Marketing Directorate

    - Authoring technical and commercial documentation.

    - Analysis of the main competitors.

    - Answer to RFI (Request for Information) and RFP (Request for Proposal) for Customers

    • 2001 - 2004: Motor (Italian automotive national magazine) – Rome

      1. Journalist

    - Attending press conferences

    - Writing articles on aeronautical topics, most of the time focused on the market of main European Airlines, analysis of routes, revenues and operative results.

    - Writing articles on automotive topics.

    - Car tests and performance evaluation

     

    Languages:

    • Italian: mother tongue

    • English: Negotiation level

    • French: Negotiation level

     

    Computer skills:

    • Excellent knowledge of Windows and of main software: MS Office, MS Project, IE, Outlook etc

    • Basic knowledge of UNIX

    • Knowledge of Java, Fortran 77-90 and Matlab.

    Other experiences:

    • 2000 - 2001: AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics e Astronautics) - Facoltà di Ingegneria di Roma “La Sapienza”(USA & Italy)

      1. Responsible for the Flight Mechanics Area

    Participation in the “La Sapienza” University‘s Team in the specific AIAA contest, requiring to design, build and fly a remote controlled UAV-class aircraft.

     

    • 2005 Nympsfield (Somerset, UK)

      1. Solo” Glider Pilot License


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