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     Date Submitted:31-07-2011
     Last Modified:31-07-2011 (05:02)
    Job information
     Current job:Consultant Operations Configuration Control (CC) Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsReliability & Safety, Software QA, Configuration Control

    Nationality           :               British

    Marital Status    :                Married

    Education            :               1978 - 81 : HND MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS AND

    COMPUTING (Sheffield City Polytechnic, England)

    1981 - 82 : POLYTECHNIC ASSOCIATESHIP IN MATHEMATICS                                            (Sheffield City Polytechnic, England)


    Professional Qualifications:          




    Vocational Qualification:




    Training Courses:             


    - Space Technology Course at Southampton University in England, for 2 weeks duration, held in 04/83. Course was organised jointly between the University and industry (British Aerospace and Marconi Space).

    - Life-Testing and Burn-in Techniques at Imperial College in London, for 1 week duration, held in 06/85. Course was organised by the George Washington University.

    - Software Requirements, Specifications and Tests at Café Royale in London, for 1 week duration, held in 11/86. Course was organised by Integrated Computer Systems Ltd.

    - 1982-83: City & Guilds Certificate in Quality Control, (as evening classes), at Stevenage College of Further Education.

    - 1982-85: Various modules in BTEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering, (as evening classes), at Stevenage College of Further Education.

    - 1984-85: Metrology module for entry to the Institute of Quality Assurance, (as an evening class), at Stevenage College of Further Education.


    Foreign Languages:          FRENCH (written and spoken); ITALIAN, DUTCH and GERMAN (limited)


    Computer Packages:         WINWORD, EXCEL, ACCESS, DRAW, DESIGNER, WINORG, ACROBAT and extensive use of the Serena Dimensions tool.






    Employed as a consultant Operations Configuration Control (CC) Engineer of the METEOSAT SECOND GENERATION (MSG) project. This role principally covers the IMPF, DADF and MPEF facilities (as previously covered and addressed below). Also, CC support is provided to various multi-mission elements such as Unified Meteorological Archiving and Retrieval Facility (UMARF), EARS, EUMETCast, EXGATE, EO Portal, GSICS, INGATE, IPPS, OIS and SNI.

    06/03 – 01/04:     EUMETSAT, (DARMSTADT, GERMANY)

    Employed as a consultant Ground Segment Facilities QA Engineer of the METEOSAT SECOND GENERATION (MSG) project. In addition to the IMPF (as previously covered and addressed below), this role covers the Central Facility (CF), Data Acquisition and Dissemination Facility (DADF), and Meteorological Products Extraction Facility (MPEF). Also providing SQA support to other facilities.

    09/01 – 06/03:     EUMETSAT, (DARMSTADT, GERMANY)

    Employed as a consultant Software QA Engineer on the Image Processing Facility (IMPF) of the METEOSAT SECOND GENERATION (MSG) project. Also providing SQA support to other facilities.

    04/98 – 08/01:     Verhaert Design and Development NV, (nearAntwerp, Belgium)

    Employed as a consultant Electronics and Software PA Engineer and then the PA Manager on the PROBA (Mini) Satellite project. Also, employed as a consultant PA Manager on EPU (Space Station Facility), and providing PA support to various projects and proposals.

    06/97 - 03/98:       LABEN, (MILAN, ITALY)                                                                              

       Employed as a consultant RAMS & SOFTWARE PA specialist on the PLASMA WIND TUNNEL (GROUND FACILITY Programme). I also worked on several proposals including TELEDESIC (SATELLITE SYSTEM).


    Employed as a consultant Reliability & Safety specialist.

    Major Space Programmes included:                                                                                                          

    - COLUMBUS SPACE STATION (DMS, GNC AND POLAR PLATFORM - both options 'A' and 'B') 1989 - 91 and 1993 - 94 (Reliability and Safety)

    - DATA RELAY SATELLITE (Platform) 1989 - 90 (Reliability)

    - RHESUS (Spacelab Experiment) 1989 - 94 (Reliability and Safety)

    - RAMSES (Spacelab Experiment) 1989 - 93 (Reliability and Safety)    

    - USMS (Spacelab Experiment) 1989 - 93 (Safety)

    - CNSR / ROSETTA (Comet Probe) 1989 - 90 (Reliability and Safety)  

    - SILEX (Satellite Experiment) 1990 (Reliability)                                                                                                        

    - SOLIDARIDAD (Satellite) 1991 (Reliability and Safety)                                                        

    - IML-2 BIORACK COOLER (Spacelab Experiment) 1991 - 93 (Safety)                                                             

    - HOT BIRD PLUS (4 satellites) 1993 - 97 (Reliability and Safety)                                                                         

    - BONE DENSITOMETER (EuroMir Experiment) 1993 - 95 (Reliability and Safety)         

    - INTELSAT K-TV (Satellite) 1996 (Reliability)




    Employed as a Reliability Engineer (07/82 - 05/87), then as a Software PA Engineer (06/87 - 12/87)

    Major Space Programmes included:                                                                                                          

    - OLYMPUS (Satellite) 1982 - 84 and 1986 - 87 (Reliability)                                                    

    - SKYNET 4 (Satellite and Ground Station) 1984 - 87 (Software PA, some Reliability and Safety)

    - CLASSIFIED (Satellite and Ground Station) 1984 - 86 (Software PA and Reliability)


    01/81 - 08/81:      LIVINGSTON HIRE LTD., (NORTH LONDON). (HND Industrial Training) Employed in Sales promotion and Market research for Electronic Equipment Hire

    07/79 - 01/80:      THE HYDRAULICS RESEARCH STATION, (WALLINGFORD, OXFORDSHIRE).   (HND Industrial Training)       

    Employed as a college-based student involved with Mathematical Modelling of Tides and Estuaries.





    Providing support to projects and the company/agency in the following activities:

    - Preparation, issuing and processing of Requests for Approval (RFAs), Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs), Requests for Waiver (RFWs), Requests for Deviations (RFDs), Software Problem Reports (SPR’s), Software Modification Reports (SMRs), Software Change Requests (SCRs), Engineering Change Requests (ECRs), Configuration Change Requests (CCRs), Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) and Engineering Tasks (ETs).

    - Organisation and conducting/acting as secretary for Test Readiness Reviews (TRRs), Test Review Boards (TRBs), Anomaly Review Boards (ARBs), Material Review Boards (MRBs), Change Review Boards (CRBs) and Change Control Boards (CCBs)

    - Performance of Software, Hardware and Documentation Configuration Control activities else support to Configuration Control

    - Maintain Review Item Disposition (RID), SPR, SMR, SCR and Anomaly Reports (AR) databases, with allocation of numbers, updating, defining queries and reports etc.

    - Participation to incoming and outgoing inspection activities of hardware and software and provision of supporting inspection reports

    - Archiving of delivered and internally generated media (tapes, CDs, DVDs and diskettes), and COTS SW licenses, from installations and back-ups within the fireproof safe and cupboards (as appropriate)

    - Provision of inputs to SW Configuration databases using details from Release Notes and implemented CCR’s and installations

    - Follow-up and tracking of HW items and nodes for the HW Configuration database

    - Record and track SW items/installations on to given HW logical nodes

    - Preparation/issuing/review of Configuration Item Data Lists (CIDLs) and Configuration Status Lists (CSLs), and review/support/maintenance of Configuration Status Account Reports (CSARs)

    - Review and signing off drawings and Purchase Orders

    - Follow-up of drawings to the HW Configuration database

    - Review, commenting upon and preparing PA inputs to proposals

    - Review and inspection of hardware and integration activities in Clean Rooms and semi-Clean Rooms

    - Performance of and support to general PA and CC-related internal (facility) audits and reviews/process audits of sub-contractors

    - Review of, commenting upon and providing inputs to checklists for tasks, reviews and general document preparation

    - Provision of monthly (facility, project) QA and RAMS reports

    - Provision and maintenance of AR/NCR and ECP summary and trend analysis reports

    - Review and comment upon, track and follow-up facility/system supporting documentation, (User Guides/Manuals, Maintenance Manuals, Installation procedures, TM/TC lists etc.)

    - Maintenance and follow-up of use of logbooks (during AIT and facility activities etc.) and engineering notebooks

    - Review of, commenting upon and providing inputs to Work Instructions (WI’s) and PA Procedures

    - Preparation and performance of general PA-related presentations (Final Inspection, TRRs and TRBs etc.) to company personnel

    - Providing assistance and training in general PA- and CM-related tasks (NCRs, SPRs, CCRs, ECPs, ETs etc.) and provide support to other PA and CC engineers

    - Perform action tracking and follow-up for ARs, NCRs, CCRs, ECPs and ETs





    Providing support to projects and the company in the following activities:

    - Definition of project systems reliability activities.

    - Performance of Reliability Predictions and Allocations at System, Subsystem and Equipment levels.

    - Performance of reliability trade-offs.

    - Performance of Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analyses (FMECA's) and Critical Items Lists (CIL's) at System, Subsystem and Equipment levels

    - Performance of Contingency Analysis at System level, (covering various subsystems)

    - Attendance at design reviews and monitoring of in-house engineering and sub-contractors to ensure compliance with requirements on reliability, FMECA, CIL, Parts Stress Analysis and Worst Case Analysis

    - Performance of Maintainability Prediction at Subsystem level and LRU replacement analysis at equipment level

    - Performance of reliability audits/reviews of sub-contractors

    - Interface with industrial Customers and Space Agencies (ESA, NASA, CNES, EUTELSAT and CIRA)

    - Performance of Statements of Compliance to Customer requirements (for Statements of Work, PA Requirements, Specifications and support requirements)                                                    

    - Review and incorporation (as necessary) of updated and new reliability requirements (ESA PSS, MIL-HDBK-217, NASA NSTS etc.)                                                                                                           

    - Evaluation and use of reliability software tools                                                                                         

    - Performance of Outage and Availability Analyses at System and Subsystem levels                                     
    - Performance of Worst Case Analysis summary listing at System level      

    - Operation of ESA Reliability Design Notebook (RDN) system                                                                           
    - Interface with the Quality Department                                                                                                                      
    - Participation to Material Review Boards for flight hardware anomalies                                                          

    - Review of hardware non-conformances and AIT problem reports for reliability aspects, (impact on failure modes and effects, SPF assessment etc.)

    - Review and incorporation (as necessary) of updated and new Reliability requirements (ESA PSS/ECSS)

    - Preparation and performance of RAMS-related presentations to company personnel

    - Providing assistance and training in RAMS-related tasks (FMECA etc.)





        Providing support to projects and the company in the following activities:

    - Definition of project Software PA activities (PA Plans, Work Package Descriptions) and support to Software Engineering activities

    - Monitoring of project systems and software activities to ensure compliance with project requirements

    - Participating to systems and software Change Control Boards and Fagan inspections (of requirements, coding, and test plans and results)

    - Acceptance of software at Delivery Review Boards and Test                 Review Boards (on behalf of the User or Customer)

    - Attendance at design reviews and monitoring of in-house engineering and sub-contractors to ensure compliance with project Software PA and engineering requirements

    - Witnessing of software testing at module, integration, system and acceptance levels

    - Follow-up and witnessing of software builds and installation activities, with verification

    - Performance of Software PA audits/reviews of sub-contractors and in-house (to support the Quality Department)

    - Interface with UK Governmental Customers (Ministry of Defence, the Royal Navy, the Royal Aircraft Establishment)

    - Performance of Statements of Compliance to Customer requirements (for PA Requirements, Specifications and support requirements)

    - Review and incorporation (as necessary) of updated and new Software PA requirements (ESA PSS/ECSS, NATO AQAP, UK Defence Standard etc.)

    - Interface with the Quality Department

    - Review and disposition of software anomalies during the product, (satellite, ground station, ground segment, torpedo), AIT phases

    - Preparation and performance of Software PA-related presentations to company personnel





    Providing support to projects in the following activities:

    - Definition of project systems safety activities (PA & Safety Plans, Work Package Descriptions, Costings)

    - Performance of NASA Safety Phase I, II and III documentation for Flight and Ground.

    - Performance of other safety documentation for Proposals etc.

    - Performance of Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analyses (FMECA's) and Critical Items Lists (CIL's) at System and Subsystem levels directed towards safety aspects

    - Review and inspection of Flight and GSE hardware for safety and ergonomic aspects    

    - Attendance at design reviews and monitoring of in-house engineering and sub-contractors to ensure compliance with requirements on safety, FMECA and CIL

    - Some witnessing and performance of verification testing and inspections) Involvement with verification requirements, definition and closure

    - Interface with industrial Customers and Space Agencies (ESA, NASA, CNES and CIRA)

    - Performance of Statements of Compliance to Customer requirements (for Statements of Work, PA Requirements, Specifications and support requirements)

    - Review and incorporation (as necessary) of updated and new safety requirements (ESA PSS, MIL-STD, NASA NSTS etc.)

    - Evaluation and use of safety software tools

    - Attendance and support to Spacelab IML-2 Mission Phase II Flight Safety Review. Support to other Spacelab Flight and Ground Safety Reviews (on D2, IML-2 and SLS-3 Missions)

    - Performance of (Russian) NPO/Energia Safety Phase I, II and III documentation for Flight and Ground

    - Performance of USAF and ARIANESPACE Safety Submissions for telecommunication satellites

    - Interface with the Quality Department

    - Support to IML-2 Mission astronaut training

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