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     Date Submitted:09-06-2011
     Last Modified:09-06-2011 (07:49)
    Job information
     Current job:RCS technical responsible
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsConsultant Aerospace Engineer

    Born in:                    Turin, Italy on March 17th, 1978

    Marital status:         unmarried




    Employment History

    June 2009 – Present

    Responsible at Thales Alenia Space, as an external consultant from Alten, of the Reaction Control System, as subsystem design authority, within the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle project.


    January 2009 – June 2009

    Product Manager at Faiveley Transport, as an external consultant from Alten, on the whole design and production cycle of train core subsystems:


    June 2005 – November 2009

    Consultant at Alenia Aeronautica, from Sipal, in charge of the functional tests during the assembly phases of military aircrafts.



    • Master’s Degree in aerospace engineering, issued by the Polytechnic of Turin on 12/22/2004 with final degree grade 90/110;
    • High School degreeissued by Liceo Classico C. Cavour of Turin. Grade: 48/60;
    • System Quality Verification course(Dpg 976-908619 of 04/09/2007) issued by E.F.A.P. of Turin (catalogue course n. B149-1-1/2007 Edition n. 26 from 11/06/2008 to 06/10/2008) with final examination (grade: 90/100).


    Work experience

    Thales Alenia Space - Reaction Control System


    • Definition of technical requirements from high level functional requirements
    • Definition of the activity plan; monitoring of time constraints and milestone certification
    • Issuing of technical documentation and design justification
    • Review of the System/Subsystem level documentation inherited by the previous phases
    • Perform technical trade-offs among alternative architectural solutions and equipment
    • Interface harmonization at System level
    • Internal speaker with the various involved company units
    • Technical contact with international customers, subcontractors and suppliers
    • Technical support to the management of the subcontractors
    • Supervision and tutoring of junior resources



    • New subcontractor/supplier identification in order to recover from a “no bid position” by the Industrial Team of the previous program phase
    • Architectural re-design, needed to align the heritage from the previous prime contractor to the actual customer mission requirements
    • Subsystem and System Critical Design Review milestones successfully performed


    Faiveley Transport– Train core subsystems


    Development of the Air Generation and Treatment Unit, the power generator of the pneumatic subsystem of a train:


    • Technical Specification requirements analysis, with focus on the operational scenario and compliance to applicable Norms
    • Issuing of the technical reference documentation (technical, design and test specifications)
    • Technical optimization study, from the feasibility study throughout the whole lifespan of the project
    • Supervision of the detailed production drawings, starting from the output of the feasibility study
    • On site support to the other centres of competence involved in the project (quality control, purchases, production, test, management) during the assembly of the subsystem
    • Test results/reports/waivers analysis



    • Emergency redesign and reimplementation under extremely pressing time constraints due to critical flaws in the original project
    • First Article Inspection successfully performed, presented to both prime contractors and customers
    • Drastic reduction in the customisation cost of the final product, through standardization of the Electronic Control Unit design and production


    Alenia Aeronautica  - Functional test of military aircrafts


    • In charge of the test procedures during the various production phases of the following aircrafts: JCA/C-27J, SKY-Y/SKY-X, Eurofighter Typhoon, AM-X Ghibli, Tornado
    • Requirements analysis, functional study of the subsystems, step by step definition of the test sequence
    • Optimisation of the test process and safety analysis
    • Issuing of the test procedures to be followed in case of build, maintenance, update and retrofit
    • Interface with the other involved company units (from the specialists to the production line)
    • Direct consulting at airport site
    • Test results/reports/waivers analysis



    • Successful fast prototyping campaign in order to achieve the first flight milestone of a brand new advanced UAV (Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle) in less than a year starting from the program kick off
    • Standardisation of the test procedures to be applied in heavily customised scenarios
    • Support to middle-life updates for elder projects by means of retro/re-engineering process.


    Additional skills

    • Daily usage of the Linux operative system
    • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, PAGE Plus
    • CAD experience with AutoCAD and 3DVIA Composer
    • Programming training in C, Fortran, Visual Fortran, Matlab, Simulink, Java
    • Basic knowledge of SQL, Microsoft Access, Oracle, MySQL
    • Assembling, testing and maintenance of personal computers





    • Italian:      native speaker
    • English:    very good knowledge; trained on daily basis while interacting with international speakers
    • Russian:   school education





    • Study of aeronautical history
    • Semi-professional cooking
    • Model-making
    • Reading
    • Role playing

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