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     Date Submitted:12-07-2011
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     Current job:Satellite System Engineering Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
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    PERSONAL DETAILS Date of Birth 24.9.1975 Nationalities British - German Sex Male Germany Marital Status Married

    PROFILE A Space Systems Manager and Engineer with over 20 years of experience in a variety of space system engineering and management tasks. Department Management experience including team lead for 4 years and Deputy Department Head. Over 10 years of managing space project teams, including Chief Engineer for a Satellite Programme. Proven knowledge in the complete project life cycle, from feasibility studies through to Launch and In-orbit testing. Competent in managing multi-national teams, after long periods in several countries including UK, France, The Netherlands and Germany. Able to maintain drive and enthusiasm to complete the team objectives.

    WORK EXPERIENCE OHB System AG, Germany 2017 to present 2012 to 2017 EnMAP Satellite Chief Engineer Technical Authority and Engineering Team Manager for EnMAP Satellite and Platform activities during phase D-E. Also, supporting Instrument engineering discussions and organisation. (EnMAP: German Hyperspectral Imager Satellite) MTG Instrument AIT Manager and AIT Department Management Managing MTG AIT Team, and all AIT activities for both IRS and FCI-TA Instruments. Oberpfaffenhofen AIT Department System AIT Group Leader and Deputy to Head of Department. AIT Process Development co-ordination. 2007 to 2012 2004 to 2007 EADS Astrium Ltd, UK, France, Germany Galileo IOV Project : Space Segment (SSeg) Satellite Functional Verification Manager Responsible for SSeg Requirements verification within SSeg engineering team based in Germany, including managing a team for Satellite Verification and Test Requirements development. Support to Satellite test campaigns. Galileo IOV Project : Space Segment (SSeg) Payload Implementation Engineer Within Astrium Germany SSeg Payload procurement team, with specific responsibility for Payload Requirements document, Payload interfaces and Payload operations. 2000 to 2004 Telecommunications Payload Systems Engineer. System engineer for RF Performance and System aspects of Telecommunications Payloads including Intelsat 10 and Inmarsat 4. 18 months of Satellite level testing, seconded to Toulouse, France. 1998 ESTEC - European Space Agency, The Netherlands. Young Graduate Trainee in Systems Studies Division (non-renewable contract). System Engineer in the set-up and use of the initial ESTEC concurrent engineering facility. EDUCATION 1994-1998 University of Southampton, Hampshire, UK 1998 MEng Aerospace Systems Engineering. (Pass with Merit) Group Projects: Feasibility study of a Martian Global Communications system. Modification of Hawk Trainer aircraft for naval operations. Effect of future energy availability on transportation. Individual Project: Analysis of Spacecraft Reliability and Failures. Courses: Industrial Studies; Astronautics; Communications; Human Factors; Avionics; Signal Analysis; Control Systems; Guidance and Navigation; Propulsion; Power Systems; Aerodynamics; Mechanics of Flight; Structures. 1992-1994 Basildon College, Essex, UK: A-Levels 1994 Geography (A) Mathematics (Pure/Mechanics) (A) Physics (B) 1987-1992 Fryerns Secondary School, Basildon, Essex, UK:GCSEs 1992 Maths (A) Double Science (A)(A) English Language (B) Geography (A) Business Studies (A) French (C) English Lit. (A) Craft, Design & Technology (A) Art (C) Training Astrium System Engineering Qualification (SEQ) – 1 Year Internal Astrium SE Course. Introduction to Navigations and RF System Course. ESA Spacecraft Systems Engineering course at Delft university, The Netherlands. University Southampton University Officer Training Corps, devoted to training potential officers, giving leadership skills. Gained ‘Military Training Qualification 2’ Air Training Corps Completed RAF Flying Scholarship (30 hrs of which 9hrs solo) PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS School Duke of Edinburgh (Gained Bronze award). Young Enterprise Business (Production Manager). Played Bassoon and Flute. Air Training Corps Achieved Rank of Sergeant and Staff Cadet Represented East Essex Wing at football and athletics Represented Central and East Region (7 regions in UK) in athletics (100&200m) University Treasurer of the University Archery Club. Completed first belt in Kung Fu. Army Germany Passed ‘Regular Commissions Board’ (RCB), British army officer selection. Achieved German citizenship in 2019. CURRENT INTERESTS Travelling, Hiking and Skiing, Space activities and History. Sport: Football and Cycling Languages English: Mother tongue. German: B1


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