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     Date Submitted:13-09-2011
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     Current job:Supplier Relationship Manager on manned space vehicles
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsMultilingual aerospace senior engineer with experiences in systems engineering, manufacturing and supply chain management on air and space prototypes
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    07/2010-today   Supplier Relationship Manager (SRM) for Avionics and Power-subsystems, ASTRIUM          Space Transportation, Manned Space mission ATV Bremen,  Germany

    • Team leader of Avionics and Power subsystem- specialists (quality, engineering and contracts)
    • Procurement Management of Subcontractors with regards to on-time, quality and cost constraints
    • Establishment and negotiation of contracts changes such as change requests and contractual change notes
    • Reporting to internal and external management
    • Performing risk analysis and counteractive measures
    • Participation and coordination of equipment milestones at supplier site such as TRR(Technical Readiness Reviews), TRB (Technical Review Board) and DRB (Data Review Board)
    • Ensure availability of complete documentation and hardware at ASTRIUM Space Transportation
    • Launch support coordination and in-orbit support in case of anomalies07/2010-today

     09/2009-05/2010  Team Leader FTI (Flight Test Installation) PMO A350XWB, AIRBUS France, Toulouse, FranceTransnational and transverse PMO team leader

    • Internal FTI Product-development monitoring
    • A350XWB program Milestone planning and engineering harmonization
    • FTI Supply Chain  monitoring during engineering and installation phase
    • A350XWB program time and cost analysis due to delays
    • Action plan creation during technical and planning meetings

    03/2009-09/2009 Engineer, Cabin Architect VIP / Corporate Jets AIRBUS Corporate Jet Centre, Toulouse, France

    • Organization and leading technical meetings : ITCM, PDR, CDR and FAI Meetings with ACJC program and supplier 
    • Design requirement harmonization according to customer specification
    • DTS redaction (Detailed Technical Specification)
    • Supplier selection
    • Analyze Design studies for continuous development process
    • Technical support during engineering and installation phase of delivered cabin equipment (MAP support)
    • Cabin equipment weight and cost optimization

    09/2007-02/2009  Engineer, Manufacturing Engineering in the structure teamfor the A380 Wave 1 and Wave 2 aircraft in the Post M2 team, Deutsche AIRBUS, Toulouse, France

    • Production planning and control
    • Job card preparation
    • Scheduling target dates of to-be delivered supplier parts Investigation of the newest 2D technical drawings (TAKSY, ZAMITZ, VPM) and in 3D with DVISE and TREND
    • Work flow assignment
    • Material dispatch, MAP & ESP responsible Interface-management

    06/2007- 09/2007  Auditor, IOSA ( IATA Operational Safety Audit) Certification Program, Ostfriesische Lufttransport GmbH (OLT), Bremen, Germany

    • Airline aircraft Performance Calculation & Documentation for Saab2000, METRO, SAAB 340
    • Flight operations Contract checking for suppliers
    • Task groups coordination (IOSA)

    06/2006 -06/2007  Systems Integration Engineer , Development Non Specific Design Deutsche AIRBUS, Hamburg, Germany

    • EYV & EYDLD for ATA21, ATA25, ATA35 support
    • A350XWB systems Integration :
      • Estimating best engineering solution with Program Management, HOE and Supplier by performing swift 3D Models on system engineering level and integration in the DMU
      • Ensuring transnational availability of recent developed Concepts
      • Performing DMU sessions with engineering community
      • HOE (Head Of Engineer) support : bulk area integration phase
      • MG 4.1 ATA21 Design teams support (System Installation Requirement Dossiers)

    09/2004-05/2006   Equipment Model Management Engineer Development Specific Design, Deutsche AIRBUS, Hamburg, Germany

    • 3D Equipment Model Evolution Management : Programmes A380 & Long Range (A340 500/600) & A350 - Cabin, Cargo & Customization (CCC)
      • Focal point for A380 & A350 engineering task teams
      • Project Management : A380 & A350 Equipment Model Management teams at  EYDLD
      • Scheduled delivery dates monitoring & communication to  Program Management Office (PMO) & Deployment Management
      • Ensure validation of Equipment 3D Models with Definition Responsible and Installation Responsible on all ATA sites
      • Ensure availability of the Equipment 3D Models : customers sites
      • Ensure consistent meta data, storage and versioning according to the methods and tools
      • Engineering Requirements harmonization : Installation use of Equipment 3D models for A380, LR & A350 Programs
      • Improvement Process participation : AIRBUS Tools PRIMES, APEDD
      • New Processes, Methods and Tools development : Long Range (Long Range/My-Team-goes-3D-Program), ensuring the new processes to be used by the engineering community by performing awareness sessions and status reporting to HOE and Deployment Management

    Education :

    09/1997-03/2004  Diploma University Applied science in aeronautics and construction of combustion engines, University of Applied Science Aachen, Germany

    Qualifications:

    Languages :  English:           Business fluent

    French:           Business fluent                      

    Italian:             Fluent

    German:         Native language

    Operating systems :  UNIX, SUN OS, Windows

    Management Tools : UP (Unified Planning), Planisware Primavera,MS Project

    Coding: C, C++,  EXCEL VBA, ACCESS VBA

    CAD/CAE Systems:    CATIA V4,V5, TREND, DVISE, SRDC IDEAS

    Thermal analysis :    SINDA/RadCad, ESATAN/ESARAD 
    Orbital trajectory software : STK (Satellite Tool Kit)
     

    PDM Tools:   Enoavia VPM, PDM Link , PRIMES A350XWB, SYSTEM VIEW, APEDD, SAP, IRS, TAKSY

    Associations:  Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAES) Toulouse and Hamburg  Branch, DGLR, EUROAVIA

    Hobbies: Glider private pilot licence (PPLC) since 1997


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