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     Date Submitted:16-03-2011
     Last Modified:17-03-2011 (08:17)
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     Current job:AIT lead mechanical engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems
     KeywordsAIT mechanical engineer astrium EADS satellite telecommunication space payload production AIV
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    Born October 29, 1982 at Neuilly/Seine (France)
    Full and clean EU driving licence
    International mobility
    References available on request

    AIT Lead Mechanical Engineer for Telecoms Payload Projects

    WORK EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

     Sept. 2006 – Nov. 2010    Astrium Satellites, Portsmouth (Hampshire), ENGLAND

    • AIT (Assembly, Integration and Tests) Lead Mechanical Engineer for Express AM4.

    Define and produce procedures, BOM, Work Instructions and routings. Define/design and monitor the production of all specific MGSE (Mechanical Ground Support Equipment). Co-ordinate and lead all critical handling activities as the Operations Director. Ensure traceability of the performed activities by keeping the applicable documentation up to date. Quickly and efficiently resolve technical, logistical, and organisational issues. Technical liaison with stakeholders, i.e. lead investigations, Non Conformance resolution, operational Support. Report to AIT Project Manager. Detailed knowledge of E3000 platform’s MGSE and processes.

    • Focal point for Portsmouth AIT on IPS (Integrated Production System).

    This project will culminate with the implementation of a common manufacturing system across all of Astrium’s AIT sites. Ensuring that all the department needs were taken into account.

    • Production of 3D simulations using Delmia software.

    Demonstration of various integration options for Galileo IOV (In-Orbit Validation) and FOC (Full Orbit Constellation), from a logistics point of view.

    Feasibility of equipment integration/removal on Galileo FOC payload.

    Philosophy of Alphasat’s integration process at spacecraft level 

    • Process improvement activities.

    Define generic routings, design and procure special waveguide assembly tooling for screws with limited access, design and procure foam trays to improve accountability of fasteners.

    Feb. 2006 - Aug. 2006       Astrium Satellites, Toulouse (31), FRANCE

     End of study Engineer internship: « Improvement of the technical data management ». Developed in HTML an electronic handbook for documentation configurators and planners. Carried out in collaboration with English counterparts, the main aims of this tool were the harmonization process in order to respect ISO 9001 standards and the creation of a handbook. Successfully implementated and will be soon extended to EOS (Earth Observation & Science) business unit.

    Sep. 2005 - Feb. 2006       SNCF CIM (French National Railway central-engineering),Le Mans (72), FRANCE

    End of study Engineer project. Designed a tool to predict the evolution of the air quality in TGV (High speed train) coach and cockpit. Responsible for software design and test. Develop software in VBA Excel. Set up of all the devices for measuring to test the software reliability. Project managed two students.

    EDUCATION

    2003 - 2006         Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs du Mans (ENSIM), Le Mans (72), FRANCE

    Graduated from the School of Engineering (http://ensim.univ-lemans.fr/lang/en/ENSIM_presentation_en.pdf).

    General Engineer, specialization in sensor technology and signal processing. Three-year course in instrumentation and industrial measurement. Particular training in sensor technology. Ability to capture and process signals of thermic, mechanical, optical, electrical, magnetic or chemical origin. My skill areas are data processing, mechanics, data acquisition, mechanical technology, optics, computing, industrial computing, signal processing, automation, signal conditioning, solid, fluid and continuum mechanics, vibrations and acoustics, experimental design.

    2001 - 2003         Diplôme Universitaire de Technologie (DUT), Le Mans (72), FRANCE

    Gained a diploma in technology from the University of Le Mans in Applied Physics (two-year course). Specialization in Physic/Chemistry, Mathematics, Polymer Analysis, Metallurgy, Optics (colour analysis, X-rays, lasers, optical fibers), CAD, Thermodynamics, Nuclear physics and Communication.

    LANGUAGES      French:                  Native language.
                                 English:                 Fluent.
                                 Spanish:                     Good conversational and technical ability

    IT SKILLS             Programming:                     C, C++, Excel VBA
                                   Software:                              Matlab & Simulink, Labview, Sprint,SAP,DOORS, Delmia, Dremweaver MX, Solidworks.
                                    Project Management:        Microsoft project, Gantt & Ishikawa diagrams, planning cycle (PDCA), QQOQCP and 5M.

    INTEREST          Community life:    2008 - 2009 : President of the Astrium’s YPA (Young Professional Association).

    Sports: Scuba-diving, Boxing, running marathons: New York (Nov09), Paris (Avr10) & Athens(Oct10).
    Enjoy travelling:   Iceland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Romania, England, Ireland, Switzerland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Belgium, Holland, USA, Ecuador and Galapagos Islands.


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