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     Date Submitted:06-11-2011
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     Current job:Integrated master scheduler and assistant Project Manager
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     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services, Space Tourism
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    BRIEF PROFILE

     

    ·            Actual position: Integrated Master Scheduler and PM assistantat AgustaWestland

    ·            Career objective: to work in the management of a stimulating project in the aerospace industry

    ·            Education: Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering with specialization in space and astronautics

    ·            Relevant technical skills: I’m an experienced user of Microsoft Project and I possess a good knowledge of Primavera. I use SAP every day at work, in particular I check purchase orders history and accruals, booking of hours and materials and I use these data for analysis and management reports. Optimal knowledge of WindowsOSandallthe Microsoft Office suite. I’m an intermediate user of MathCAD, and I’m competent with Matlab.  Moreover, I can use the thermal software ESATAN and ESARAD.

    ·            Relevant social skills: I have a good aptitude to communicate with people of different cultures, developed during my study-vacation periods in the UK and the Erasmus experience in the Netherlands.From my actual job, I learned a great deal of understanding and respect for the others’ opinions, learning to work together with customers and colleagues in order to achieve the desired goals.

    ·            Other skills: people I worked with say that I’m enthusiastic about myjob. I’m used to work hard, usually under pressure, and I possessexcellentorganization and time management skills and a good aptitude for problem solving.Proficient in English ( C1 European Level )

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

    Jan13-Onwards    Integrated Master Scheduler and PM assistant     –   AgustaWestland

    Breaking down the projects  into work packages and defining milestones for the work packages by deliverables, due dates and cost. Providing high level project planning information to Lead Functions. Performing the vehicle development project follow-up in terms of progress, quality and cost.

    Helicopters on which I’m currently working: AW609.

     

    Dic11–Dic12         ICH47 Drive System Sub-ProductManagerat AgustaWestland– PMPI Solutions (Consultancy, Project Management)

                                Responsible for  product planning and execution thought Drive System product lifecycle.

    Among my duties, I'm responsible for gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, working closely with engineering, PM and production to ensure the desired goals are met.

     

    Mar10-Nov11       Cost and schedule analyst at AgustaWestland– PMPI Solutions (Consultancy, Project Management)

    Subdividing the projects into appropriate work packages and obtaining agreements with the engineering team and the Project Manager. Preparing cost packs and controlling budgets. Active monitoring of the projects progress and delivering milestones. Providing monthly reports to the heads of projects and engineering. Helicopters onwhich I worked: ICH47F, T129, NH90, AW149.

     

    Oct09-Feb10       Cost and schedule analyst for the MO.S.E. Project  – PMPI Solutions (Consultancy, Project Management)

    Within the project MO.S.E., an integrated defence system intended to separate the Venice’s lagoon form the Adriatic sea, planning and monitoring both the single cost account elements and the overall project. Providing monthly reports to the heads of projects and engineering.

    Nov08-Apr09       Intern at Selex Galileo  – Selex Galileo S.p.A. (Space Engineering)

     Thermo-mechanical analysis and optimization of the High Resolution Camera for the BepiColombo Mission. Internal Supervisor: Giovanni Cherubini

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    January 2010         Industrial Engineering Professional Qualification

     

    EDUCATION

     

     2006-2009             Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering

            Mark: 101/110

     

    Principal subjects covered: Spacecraft fluidodynamics, mechanical vibrations, mechanical and thermal measurements,  numerical methods, testing of aerospace systems, manufacturing processes for engineering materials, spacecraft thermal control, rocket propulsion, aerospace structures, astrodynamics, aerospace instrumentation

    Final year project: Thermo-mechanical design and optimization of the High Resolution Camera for the BepiColombo Mission. Supervisor: Stefano Debei

     

    Feb-July 2008      TU Delft Erasmus exchange student

     

    Principal subjects covered: Physics of the Earth,  Earth observation, Solar cells and sustainable energy development for Aerospace Engineers

     

     

    2003-2006             Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering 

    Mark: 99/110

    Principal subjects covered: Maths, Physics, Structural analysis, Flight dynamics, Aerodynamics, Propulsion systems

    Final year project: Cost mission analysis and design. Supervisor: Giannandrea Bianchini

     

    1998-2003                Diploma di maturità classica” (secondary school focusing on humanities)

    Mark: 92/100

     

     

    EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

     

    2002-2003            High School Student Representative –this was a great opportunity to understand theproblems of a lot ofdifferent people and try to solve them in the best way.

     

    1999-2001            Recreation worker for a no profit organization– an undoubtedly exciting learning experience that taught me how to organize groups of kids and adults, how to motivate people and understand their needs and, at the same time, that gave me the chance to improve my time management skills.  

     

     

    I enjoy all the sports, in particular soccer, basketball, skating, hill climbing, ski touring, cross-country and downhill skiing.


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