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     Date Submitted:26-01-2011
     Last Modified:08-03-2012 (07:21)
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     Current job:AIT Product Assurance Responsible
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsNon-Conformance management
    CV

    INTERNATIONAL

    AEROSPACE ENGINEER

     

    28 years old, French

     

    Career Objective

    To apply my technical skills, particularly Lean principles, in the field of manufacturing, quality or supply chain in an intercultural environment.

    Short-term objective: Improve my business competences in Asia.

    Long-term objective: Industrialisation Manager in an international project.

     

    Profile

    Professional work experience with a global aerospace leader: 5 years with the EADS group.

    International experiencein the Aerospace sector: 4,5 years in Germany, 2 years in France. Cooperation with English (EADS Astrium UK) and Italian (TAS Italy) partners.

    Work experience in manufacturing and quality in complex aerospace projects (Galileo and Eurostar 3000 programmes).

    Used to work directly with customers (E.g. ArabSat) and to present results.

     

    Career Summary

    23/08/2010 – 17/02/2012

    18 months

    AIT Product Assurance Responsible

    EADS Astrium Satellites, Toulouse, France

    23/01/2010 – 23/08/2010

    7 months

    Project Coordinator

    EADS Astrium Satellites, Munich, Germany

    23/03/2008 – 23/01/2010

    22 months

    AIT Bid Engineer

    EADS Astrium Satellites, Munich, Germany

    03/09/2007 – 15/02/2008

    5,5 months

    Process and Method Engineer

    EADS Astrium Satellites, Toulouse, France

    02/10/2006 – 02/05/2007

    7 months

    Assistant Simulation Engineer

    German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany

    03/04/2006 – 30/09/2006

    6 months

    Assistant Test Engineer

    EADS Astrium Space Transportation, Friedrichshafen, Germany

    05/05/2004 – 11/06/2004

    2,5 months

    Mechanical Technician

    Research Centre of the Ecole des Mines d’Albi, France

    12/07/2004 – 04/09/2004

    30/06/2003 – 30/08/2003

    22/04/2003 – 05/05/2003

    01/07/2002 – 30/08/2002

    6,5 months

    Mechanical Operator

    Quality Controller

    Quality Controller

    Delivery employee

    Michelin, Clermont-Ferrand, France

     


    Professional Experience

    2010-12(18 months)

                Fixed-term contract

    • AIT Product Assurance Responsibleat EADS Astrium Satellites (Toulouse, France) for telecommunication satellites (from equipments deliveries to launch campaign):
      • In charge of all quality and assurance product aspects for all AIT activities. In particular in charge to verify and to apply safety and quality rules.
      • In charge to coordinate the clean room quality team during handover.
      • Non-Conformance Reports (NCR) management.
      • Key Inspection Point (KIP) procedures preparation for AIT QA personnel.
    • AIT Bid Engineer at EADS Astrium Satellites (Friedrichshafen, Germany) for the Galileo Space Segment (Full Operational Capabilities - Work Order 2):
      • Define detailed workflow activities for the production and tests and describe facilities.
      • Cost engineering for the Mechanical Ground Support Equipment (MGSE).

    2010 (6 months)

                Fixed-term contract

    • Project Coordinatorat EADS Astrium Satellites (Munich, Germany)for the Galileo In Orbit Validation (IOV) project.
      • Coordination of the conception, procurement, manufacturing and testing of mechanical thermal equipment.

    2008-09(2 years)

                Fixed-term contract

    • AIT Bid Engineerat EADS Astrium Satellites (Munich, Germany) forthe Galileo Space Segment (Full Operational Capabilities - Work Order 1).
      • Define detailed workflow activities for the production and tests of the Galileo satellites
        • Workflow analysis using LEAN-manufacturing principles: durations, bottleneck, critical path, robustness and optimisation of handlings.
        • Resource analysis: ground support equipments and manpower optimisation.
        • Supply chain definition to feed the production with on-time deliveries: rolling spares.
    • Involvement in the mechanical, thermal and propulsion architecture in order to have a design-to-manufacturing product.
    • Cost engineering for the Mechanical Ground Support Equipment (MGSE).
    • Direct point of contact for the above topics with subcontractors in UK and Italy.

    2007 (6 months)

                Final year project

    • Process and Method Engineerat EADS Astrium Satellites (Toulouse, France):

    Title: Earth Observation and Science processes improvement.

    • Key Performance Indicators (KPI) development and implementation to monitor the process deployments and improvements of the Earth Observation and Science (EOS) division.
    • Lessons learned implementation to capitalise know-how and processes of the division.
    • Requirements traceability between Europeans standards (ECSS) & the internal quality system (PA Plan & PA Requirements).
    • Recommendation for the EN 9100 audit and the AQAP 2110 audit.

    2006 (7 months)

                Research trainee

    • Assistant Simulation Engineerat the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) (Braunschweig, Germany):
      • Modelling the critical angle of attack and determination of the stall speed of a military transport aircraft with a Matlab / Simulink model.

    2006(6 months)

                Engineer trainee

    • Assistant Test Engineerat EADS Astrium Space Transportation (Friedrichshafen, Germany):
      • Conception, preparation, and validation of a test bench, in the life support field.

    2004(2,5 months)

                Technician trainee

    • Mechanical Technicianin the research centre of the Ecole des Mines d’Albi (France):
      • Sizing of silos depending on the mechanical property of powder.

    2002-04 (6,5 months)

                Seasonal employments

    • Seasonal employments for Michelin (Clermont-Ferrand, France):

    Mechanical Operatorin order to remould truck tires: Management of the workflow, maintenance and start of the engine.

    Quality Controller: Spotting faults in tires using quality criteria.

     


    German-French Academic Background

    February 2008

     

                2005-2008

                2004-2008

    • German-French Double diploma in Mechanical Engineering:
      • Majoring in Aerospace Engineering

    University of Technology in Brunswick, Germany, (TU belonging to the TU9).

    University of Technology in Compiegne, France, (ranked 2nd school after advanced level).

                2002-2004

    • Two-year diploma from the university institute of technology of Clermont-Ferrand in Physical Measurement, majoring in Technical Instrumentations

     



    Language Skills

    English

    • Fluent (professional practice with international partners during aerospace projects)

    French

    • Native speaker

    German

    • Fluent (4,5 years of professional and academic experience)

    Italian & Spanish

    • Beginner

     

    Methods and Tools

    Management skills

    • Currently in charge to coordinate the clean room quality team for the ArabSat 5C project.
    • Coordination of a team of 5 persons for the conception, procurement, manufacturing and testing of mechanical thermal equipments.
    • Strong cooperation skills including communication, teamwork, information exchange and easiness to communicate with the management.
    • Participation in a two-day Integrata seminar about “how to manage and lead teams” organised by the EADS Learning Service (ELS).

    Methods

    • LEAN manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, Total Quality Management, Metrics (KPI).

    Tools

    • MS Project, MS Visio with Process Simulator (Work Flow and Resource Analyse), Sprint.
    • Pack MS Office, DOORS (requirement management), CELL (Lessons Learned management).
    • Mechanical design / analysis: Catia (V5), Pro-Engineer, Solidworks / Nastran.
    • Language: Matlab - Simulink, basic programming in C++.
    • Aided design: Dreamweaver, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator (Galileo project logo).

     

    Other Interests

    Social

    • Deputy President of the Netzwerk Doppeldiplom association, which promotes and organises events between firms and students of the double diploma (www.netzwerk-dd.net).
    • German-French intercultural experiences, participating in several cultural and academic exchanges with Köln 1997, -98, Regensburg 2000, -01 and Braunschweig 2005-08.

    Hobbies

    • Photography and Pop Art painting.
    • Football (11 years: team captain in a regional club), squash, beach volleyball.


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