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     Date Submitted:23-09-2011
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     Current job:Satcom Product Support Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsHighly flexible to different work and cultural environments Excellent Customer Service skills High learning capabilities Significant Field Support experience Multilingual: French (first language), English (fluent), Spanish (fluent), German (c
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    D.O.B:           22/04/83

    Nationality:    French

    Gender:         Female

     

    KEY SKILLS

    • Highly flexible to different work and cultural environments
    • Excellent Customer Service skills
    • High learning capabilities
    • Significant Field Support experience
    • Multilingual:

    -          French, first language

    -          English, fluent

    -          Spanish, fluent

    -          German, conversationnal

                            -          Catalan, basic

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Feb 2007 – To date

    Product Support Engineer (Thales Avionics UK)

    I am currently working at Thales UK as the Product/System Support Engineer for the last generation of Satellite Communication using Inmarsat Classic Aero and SwiftBroadBand Services. In this role, I gained the following experience:

    ·       Thorough technical knowledge of avionics Satellites of Communication,

    ·       Substantial knowledge of Inmarsat I-3 and I-4 constellations and services,

    ·       Technical knowledge of EMS Satcom and Cobham antenna sub-systems,

    ·       Leadership as a technical expert in charge of the follow-up of in-service operations (troubleshooting and continuous improvement),

    ·       Significant Field Support experience with participation to Entry Into Service, certification, installation and activation projects as well as Customer training,

    ·       Management of repairs/investigations and respective budgets with analytical skills,

    ·       Support to Programme and Account Management for retrofit programmes and new businesses,

    ·       Strong experience in subcontractors and Customers (airframers, airlines, service providers) Relationship Management,

    ·       Excellent communication and inter-personal skills as well as ability to influence,

    ·       Sensitivity and cultural awareness,

    ·       Work on own initiative (a great autonomy is required in this role).

     

    Aug 2006 – Jan 2007           

    Manager Assistant on A380 Electrical Design Programme (Airbus Germany)

    I was employed at Airbus Hamburg (Germany) for a 6-month internship as the Manager Assistant on the A380 Electrical Design Programme. This position included:

    ·       Planning  of the design operations,

    ·       Management of design solutions,

    ·       Task coordination to ensure delivery of all milestones on a timely manner,

    ·       Assistance to the Team Manager for the management of the subcontractors and the preparation of the Programme planning and daily meetings,

    ·       Flexibility and ability to work under pressure in a challenging environment,

                  .       This role requested very good analytical skills.

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2001 – 2006 Master Degree in Aeronautics

    2005 - 2006 Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Terrassa (Spain)                          

    ERASMUS Exchange with French Engineering School

    During my time at the UPC, I improved my adaptation capabilities and enhanced my ability to learn avery high level technical standards in a foreign environment. The objectives of studying in a foreign country were also to diversify and master my knowledge in the following subjects:

    ·       Electronics/Microelectronics,

    ·       Programme Management,

    ·       Business and Competitivity.

     

    2003 - 2005 E.N.S.I.C.A., Toulouse (France)    

     Aeronautical MEng School

    The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs de Constructions Aéronautiques (French Engineering School for Aeronautical Constructions – now known as I.S.A.E., the new university becoming the top level school of aeronautics in France) produces multi-disciplinary engineers with a high scientific and technical level of education in:

    ·       Mechanics & Structures,

    ·       Fluid Mechanics,

    ·       Electronics & Avionics,

    ·       Radar & Telecommunication,

    ·       Mathematics,

    ·       Programme Management,

    ·       Aerospace Business Awareness,

    ·       Sociology,

    ·       Finances.

    As an ENSICA engineer, we are trained to be capable of leading projects for complex systems in an international environment, especially in the aerospace sector.

     

    2001 – 2003 Cycle Préparatoire Polytechnique, Toulouse (France) 

    Engineering School Preparatory Classes

    These two years of general Engineering Studies prepare intensively for Engineering Schools. The last two semesters built up more specific profiles: for Aeronautical Engineering School, the main disciplinaries were mathematics/IT, physics, electronics and introduction to Programme Management.

     

    EARLY CAREER

    May 2005 - Sept 2005 

    Sales Assistant in a Telecom shop (Orange Fr)

    Student job as a Sales Assistant at Orange France in Toulouse specialised in the sales of mobile, internet and TV contracts.

     

    Aug 2003 – Dec 2004  

    Scientific Kids Animation Coordinator  (Planète Sciences)

    Organisation of Scientific Animations for kids of 8-14 years, Planète Sciences inToulouse with a specilisation in Robotics. This role required excellent presentation skills and a good management of different groups of young people.

     

    INTERESTS

    Sports: running (Half-marathon), ice-skating (former National and International Competitor with 3 first places at the French Nationals), windsurfing/kitesurfing/sailing/snowboarding (leisure)

    Music: piano (10 years of practice)

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