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     Date Submitted:01-03-2011
     Last Modified:15-07-2016 (05:44)
    Job information
     Current job:AIT Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywords• With a highly motivated, very adaptable, and responsible on my duties • Always willing to learn new skills • Keen interest in new technologies •Team Working skills •Troubleshooting skills •International work experience •Team lead
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    Date of birth: 18/05/1983
    Nationality: Spanish

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    Experience
    AIT Engineer
    Team Lead
       
    OHB System.
    Bremen, Germany
    May 2013 – Present    I am AIT Engineer Team Lead in GALILEO project, which is the European Union global navigation system. OHB System AG as prime contractor and Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) have teamed for the production of the navigation satellites. OHB System AG is the responsible for the concept, the satellites platforms and the satellite level integration and test, in total with the production of 22 satellites.
    My role and my main activities as team lead are:
    1. Team coordination and planning.
    2. Resources coordination and planning
    3. Agreement of schedule, procedures and plans.
    4. Leading the performance of:
    - Electrical and functional tests at unit and system level (Power, thermal, software part of OBDH and FDIR, AOCS and propulsion).
    - Harness and bonding test.
    - End to end polarity, SFT and SFPT tests.
    - TVAC campaign
    - Launch Campaign
    5. Manufacture and validation of harness for EGSEs.
    6. Use of CCS with SCOS 2000
    7. Product assurance, Non-Conformance reports. ECSS Standards. Experience in;  TRR, PTR, NRB, MIP and DRB
    8. As a Team lead, ensuring the qualification of specific manufacturing and integration processes, the risk assessment and control of the project.
    9. Daily reports and ensuring quality and AIT management ad-hoc information.
    10. Write test procedure and test report.
    11. ESA and customer facing experience. Focal point in case of NCR raising  
    12. Experience working in clean room class 8.

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    AIT Engineer
     
    Airbus Defence and Space.
    Madrid, Spain
    April 2010 – April 2013    AIT engineer in the Spanish government optical satellite SEOSAT/INGENIO
    During this time, working for Airbus Defence and Space in CASA Espacio. I have built expertise in (including but not limited to): ECSS standards, Astrium AS250 platform, Astrium EGSE environment for satellite integration as well as complex long term AIT activities planning.

    As for my role as AIT engineer, I was involved in management and customer oriented activities:
    1. Team coordination and planning.
    2. Resources coordination and planning
    3. Agreement of schedule, procedures and plans with customer.
    4. Follow up project and coordination of scheduled reviews with customer.
    5. Architect and responsible of SEOSAT db. Work performed by SIS tool
    6. Responsible of the requirement traceability by DOORS tool and the generation of Verification control documents/matrix (VCD)
    7.Write/perform electrical and functional procedures
    8. Use of CCS with Open Center.
    9. Product assurance, Non-Conformance reports. ECSS Standards.
    10. TRR, PTR, NRB, MIP and DRB experience
    11. Experience in cleanness class 8 and 5.

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    Education
    Studies    2002 – 2009: Master's degree, Telecommunication Engineering at Miguel Hernández University in Elche, Spain.

    2009: Final thesis as Erasmus student in the University Technology of Wroclaw, Poland. - Temperature Controller Based on PWM Modulation for RT-PCR.

    Courses    OHB System:
    2014:    Workshop Project Manager

    Saylor academy of Washington:

    2014: Survey of Systems Engineering - Part 1, Space Systems Engineering. Finalist in the Final Thesis.

    Open Universities of Australia:

    2015:  Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
               Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power
               Human Resources
    2014:  Management for a Competitive Edge
               Strategic management
    2013:  Financial planning
               Principles of Project Management

    edX courses:  
    2012: Undergraduate in Circuits and Electronics, Circuits and Electronics, A. by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is an on-line adaption of 6.002, MIT’s first undergraduate analog design course.

    Miguel Hernández University of Elche

    2002 – 2009:    
        - Introduction to the Linux operating system.
        - Generation and evaluation of ideas, from CEEI.
        - Business Negotiation Strategies, from CEEI.
        - Sales techniques course, from CEEI.
       - Course of Radio Astronomy and Radio Astronomy practice by the Project PARTNeR by LAEFF, INTA and NASA

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    Languages
        Spanish: Mother tongue.
    English: Full professional.
    German: Basic skills


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