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     Date Submitted:09-05-2011
     Last Modified:09-05-2011 (08:35)
    Job information
     Current job:RAMS expert
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:
     Keywordssafety and operational reliability / inytegrated logistic support / risk management and control / lessons learned international cooperation / prime and contractor levels projet management and control / technical coordination technical and coherency
    CV

    Présentation


    Plus de 33 années passées dans les aéronautiques et spatiaux internationaux dans les métiers de la sûreté de conception, de la coordination technique / gestion de projets et le management de programmes. Dans des environnements multiculturels et dans des projets faisant intervenir de nombreuses sociétés internationales de tailles variables, ce consultant a su développer de fortes qualités d’adaptation aux situations conflictuelles, un sens aigu de l’écoute en recherchant les solutions les efficaces possibles (juste assez) et une aptitude reconnue à la qualité des résultats (coût – délai – prestation).

    Compétences


    • Direction de mission / Management de projet 
    • Elaboration et négociation de propositions techniques et financières (granulométrie variable jusqu’à > 100M€)
    • Recherche de financement (France, Europe, International)
    • Coordination et cohérence des travaux techniques et gestion des activités
    • Compte-rendu régulier d’avancement, proposition de recadrage (si nécessaire) valorisation des travaux des intervenants
    • Expert en sûreté de fonctionnement[1](Niveaux Constructeur d’avion, Maître d’œuvre, Architecte industriel, Systémier, Equipementier)
    • A l’origine de la méthodologie applicable pour la certification aéronautique (aspects sécurité) et participant à ses adaptations
    • Participation à la mise en place adaptée de la sûreté de fonctionnement (organisation, management élaboration des études (FHA, PSSA, SSA), présentation aux autorités…) de cette méthodologie
    • Participant à l’intégration progressive de la fiabilité opérationnelle dans la conception des avions (prise en compte de la maturité en conception)
    • A l’origine du processus de retour d’expérience des incidents en exploitation pour l’amélioration des futurs produits dont la mise en place a dégagé un ROI rapide conséquent et une adhésion des intervenants
    • Consultant sénior en maîtrise des risques
    • Intervention dans différents domaines industriels tels que l’approvisionnement, la conception, la production, les essais, la livraison finale et sur des sujets variés tels que les processus (e.g. développement logiciel, concurrent  engineering), l’organisation (interne et industrielle), l’environnement (e.g. feu, pyrotechnie), les outils (e.g. Internet, Intranet, Messagerie)
    • Formation
    • Intervenant aux cours de SdF de l’Ecole Nationale d’Aviation Civile et de l’Institut Aéronautique et Spatial
    • Intervenant au jury de l’Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Toulouse

    Compétences Techniques & Métiers


    • Aviation commerciale: AIRBUS (A330-A340, A380, A350), EMBRAER (ERJ 170 et ERJ 190), Sky Aircrfat (SK-105)
    • Aviation d’affaire: DASSAULT Aviation (F2000 EX, F2000 Easy, F900 EX, F900 Easy, F7X et avant-projet Falcon SMS)
    • Aviation militaire: DASSAULT Aviation Rafale configurations France et Export, AIRBUS A400M
    • Véhicule spatial: Programme européen Hermès
    • Dirigeable civil: Cargo Lifter CL160 (Projet allemand)
    • Transport urbain : Projet de transport urbain automatique Open Way ®
    • Démantèlements et filières de récupération (valorisation) : Projet CIDRA de démantèlement d’avions militaires et civils sur une ancienne base OTAN
    • Méthodologie SdF: ARP 4754 " 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" et les documentations associées SAE, MIL HDBK, DO (e.g. DO178B, DO245…)
    • Bureautique : Environnement Microsoft ® Office ®, WWW
    • Financement : Ministères français, Commission européenne, Emirats Arabes Unis (e.g.

    Diplômes & Certifications


    • Diplôme : Ingénieur de l’Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC)
    • Langues : anglais professionnel

    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
    • 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 178 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 management (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.
    • Implementation of maintainability and operability requirements in A350 Program
    • Industrial risk performance:
    • aircraft production - assembly interruption, delay in aircraft certification, on ground transportation of aircraft component for assembly in Blagnac, Colomiers and St Martin du Touch FALs
    • transportation of A380 assemblies (sea, river an road) from European plants to A380 FAL
    • general organization change (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
    • 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 MATRA Engineering – PININFARINA 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: AEROSPATIALE MATRA (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 rockets)

    January 1981 - May 1991: AEROSPATIALE Space & Defense

    • 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 customers (EAS and  French CNES organizations) and 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 advance project M5)
    • Quality engineer in M4 Integrated Program Team


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