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     Date Submitted:26-01-2011
     Last Modified:26-01-2011 (03:35)
    Job information
     Current job:Senior consultant (RAMS)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSafety and operational reliability (methodology and analyses). Lessons learned based on analyses of product in service for elaboration of requirement to new products. Risk management. Integrated Logistic Support (methodology and analyses)
    CV

    10 Mars 1953

    French (native) and English (professional)

     PROFILE

    Management side

    ►Since 2000s' general manager of SME involved in high-value-added services company specialized in aircraft certification (safety and dispatch), ILS, industrial risks, business models and lessons learned implementation, maintenance organization, program management and cost control.

    ►Before SME was building up, various managerial and technical activities in large international Companies including requirements elaboration with Customers, offer performance, workforce implementation, economic negotiation and control in Prime level programs (civil and military aircraft, civil and military missiles, manned space vehicle). Technical side

    ►Since 20 years in charge of management for high-tech project developments leading to build up organization and associated partnership, with particular involvement in cost control, planning objective achievement and quality of deliveries activities.

    ►More than 25 years in RMS activities for international civil and military aircraft projects and manned space programs (Integrated Project Team or Prime level contract)

    • Commercial aircraft: AIRBUS series (A330-A340, A380, A350), EMBRAER (ERJ 170 and ERJ 190)
    • Business jets: DASSAULT Aviation series (F2000 EX, F2000 Easy, F900 EX, F900 Easy, F7X and new Falcon SMS)
    • Military aircraft: DASSAULT Aviation Rafale in French and Export configurations, AIRBUS A400M
    • Space vehicle: European Hermes manned program
    • Airship: CargoLifter CL160 (German project)

    ►Senior expert for RMS activities, in closed connection with Airworthiness regulations for safety aspects:

    • ARP 4754 issue A (under edition) " Guidelines for development of civil Aircraft and Systems"
    • ARP 4761 "Guidelines and Methods for Conducting the Safety Assessment Process on Civil Airborne Systems and Equipment"
    • ARP 5150 "Safety Assessment of Transport Airplanes in Commercial Service"
    • MSG3 "Operator/Manufacturer Scheduled Maintenance Development" and associated SAE, MIL HDBK and DO documentation

    ►Involved in the implementation of RMS and operational dispatch processes (dedicated applicable methodology and associated requirements highlighting in close connection with Program Certification representative, RMS analyses performance at IPT level, negotiation with Prime contractors ...)

    ►Involved in European research projects for validation and verification processes applicable to systems' design and formalization of lessons learned considerations in aircraft design (REAIMS project)

    ►Involved in education programs for safety module in French Aeronautical High School (ENAC) and in French Aeronautical and Space Institute (IAS)

     EDUCATION

    Engineer Diploma of French Technological University of Compiegne (UTC) (F60) [with special mention in management, quality, dependability and mechanical domains] Professional training:

    •  ELF - TOTAL Petroleum Company (involved in an innovative exploitation technology prototyped in oil field and based on liquid polymer)
    • PECHINEY - ALCAN steel industry (involved in innovative process for the control of exotic products made of Titanium and special Titan alloys during production and reception phases)
    • FOURNIER Laboratory for pharmacology products (involved in quality - control department)

     WORK EXPERIENCE

    From January 2000: OCLAND - F31 Toulouse (independent Company) - Senior consultant

    Activities: In charge of the main 3 activities concerning aircraft certification for safety and operational reliability purpose, Integrated Logistic Support including operability tasks and Industrial risks. In addition, support for the starting of industrial project (technical and commercial).

    ►DASSAULT Aviation

    • Implementation of new Airworthiness Regulations (ARP 4754) for the conduct of safety and operational activities at aircraft manufacturer level (SMS jet application)
    • RAMS analyses performance for certification of Falcon business jets (F7X, F900 and F2000, in Standard, Extended and EASy configurations)
    • Software certification on the basis of DO 178B for software design (improvement of in service Falcon fleets)

    ►EADS Airbus

    • Implementation of dedicated process in Airbus design office (lessons learned) leading to determine requirements for the development of new aircraft on the basis of the analysis of in service incidents (apply for the design of A340-500/600, A380, A400M and A350). Requirements may concern technical (design, production, process, transportation …) and administrative (contract, procurement …) domains
    • Implementation of operational reliability in the design of A350
    • FHA – PSSA – SSA: assessment of system level analyses from Airbus contractors and participation of complementary files for A380, A400M and A350.
    • Involvement in maintainability and operability analyses in order to send adapted requirements to system level for A350 and A380
    • Implementation of maintainability and operability requirements in A350 & A380
    • Industrial risk performance:
      • Aircraft production - assembly interruption, delay in aircraft certification, on ground transportation of aircraft component for assembly in Blagnac (F31), Colomiers F31) and St Martin du Touch (F31) Final Assembly Lines
      • Transportation of A380 assemblies (sea, river an road) from European plants to A380 FAL
      • General organization change in large international Company (Top 20 risks)
      • Other tasks as concurrent engineering, Intranet, Internet, relation with airport environment (…)

    ►LATECOERE –EMBRAER (ERJ 170 and ERJ 190)

    • RAMS activities for doors certification (PAX, Service and Cargo) plus 2 main centre fuselage (CFI et CFIII)
    • MMEL preparation
    • Determination of dispatch strategy from operational reliability analyses
    • Maintainability analysis and ILS preparation for aero structures (LRU, selection of in repair station and in industrial facilities tasks)

    ►LATECOERE –Airbus A380

    • Maintainability analysis and ILS tasks preparation for aero-structures

    ►EADS SOCATA –DASSAULT Aviation Falcon 7X and Airbus A380

    • Maintainability analysis and ILS tasks preparation for aero-structures

    ►CARGO LIFTER (CL 160) –German project

    • RAMS training for design office and implementation of RAMS methodology
    • RAMS activities for mechanical and hydraulic systems
    • Preparation of integrated logistic support activities

    ►OCLAND projects

    • Feasibility phase for an innovative automatic and urban transportation system (Open Way®) with main consulting Companies for automotive programs and conduct of commercial / investors selection activities
    • Feasibility phase for aircraft dismantling project following ecological requirements for expected installation in center of Western Europe September 1997 -
    • December 1999: EADS System and Services (F31) Head of cluster “lessons learned” and coordination of safety - operational reliability - maintainability activities for Airbus May 1991 - September 1997: DASSAULT Aviation

    ►October 1994 - September 1997: General Technical Direction - St Cloud (F92)

    • Special delegation from General Technical Director for military aircraft programs development (French and export versions of Rafale aircraft) and new business jets

    ►May 1991 - September 1994: Centre Spatial Dassault – Blagnac (F31)

    • Head of technical and management activities for space activities (Hermes space vehicle, new space developments: micro satellites and mini launchers) January 1981 - May 1991: EADS Astrium

    ►1987 - 1991: Hermes Integrated Program Team –Blagnac (F31)

    • Head of RAMS activities of the space vehicle: methodology implementation, aircraft level analyses performance, requirements for system level, budget sizing and negotiation with space agencies customers (ESA and French CNES organizations) plus partners at system level …

    ►1981 - 1987: MSBS Integrated Program Team –Les Mureaux (F78)

    • Head of Quality Assurance Program for the development of the French force task missiles (M4-71, -75 and advanced project M51)
    • Quality engineer in M4 Integrated Program Team

     PERSONAL

    • Founding member of world competitiveness cluster Aerospace Valley (Aeronautics, Space and Embedded Systems)
    • Member of the Chamber of Commerce of Toulouse (31000) and involved in financial and SME development
    • Member of MEDEF organization and involved in financial and SME development
    • Board Council Member of AÏDA association (sponsor of National Orchestra of Toulouse)

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