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Tue, 12 Sep 2017 16:33:00 +0100
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Mon, 11 Sep 2017 13:00:00 +0100
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Wed, 6 Sep 2017 15:24:00 +0100
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Tue, 5 Sep 2017 14:07:00 +0100
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Thu, 31 Aug 2017 14:39:00 +0100
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Wed, 30 Aug 2017 16:00:00 +0100
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Sat, 26 Aug 2017 09:35:00 +0100
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Fri, 25 Aug 2017 08:37:00 +0100
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Thu, 24 Aug 2017 22:00:00 +0100
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Thu, 24 Aug 2017 14:53:00 +0100
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Wed, 23 Aug 2017 22:31:00 +0100
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Wed, 23 Aug 2017 17:52:00 +0100
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     Date Submitted:15-11-2011
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     Current job:Product Assurance Manager
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     KeywordsOn Board product assurance manager - process, EEE, materials choice and validation - non conformance instruction - documentation and configuration control - suppllier quality control - product delivery and conformance - requirement tracability
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    37 ans

    Mariée, 3 enfants

    Product Assurance Manager- Test and qualification 

     

    Domaines de compétences

      

    Environnement qualité spatiale – assurance produit

    Environnement et techniques spatiales

    Production electronique automobile – qualite vie serie – qualite projet

    Qualification et essais équipement et système

    Environnement qualification aéronautique

    Essais mécaniques, thermique et environnement (définition et organisation de campagne d’essais)

    Technologie de câblage

     

     

    Environnements d’interventions

     

    Environnement Spatial (interventions au sein du CNES, d’Astrium, Intespace et fournisseurs/équipementier)

    Environnement Aéronautique (interventions au sein d’Airbus)

    Environnement Automobile (intervention chez un équipementier : Siemens Automotive)

     

     

    Expériences

     

     ALTRAN SUD OUEST – Pour le CNES                                                 Depuis mars 2008

     

    Responsable Assurance Produit Bord

     ELISA (4 satellites CNES/DGA)

    EXOMARS (mission d’exploration martienne ESA)

    SVOM (instrument de détection de sursaut Gamma en coopération avec la Chine)

    SOLAR ORBITER (mission d’observation solaire de l’ESA dans le cadre du programme COSMIC VISION)

    SOLAR PROBE PLUS (mission d’observation solaire en collaboration avec la NASA)

     

    Objectifs et réalisations

    • suivi des activités Assurance Produit de la Maîtrise d’OEuvre Industrielle (Astrium et Thalès) ou des laboratoires partenaires
      • instruction des anomalies et dérogations, suivi de la configuration.
      • participations aux essais, suivi des essais de qualification des composants et procédés.
      • Coopération avec l’ESA, coopération avec les laboratoires europééens, avec l’agence spatiale chinoise.

      

     REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – Pour AIRBUS Toulouse                                      2006-2008 (2 ans)

     

    Ingénieur support simulateur d’intégration A400M

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Support du service étude pour les utilisateurs des simulateurs d’intégration du programme A400M Avion 0 (Simulateur avion réel et simulé)
    • Responsable de la plateforme ISSM S402 et de la plateforme d’intégration ITB
    • Gestion des configurations et des standard de la base de données signaux du simulateur
    • Gestion de la configuration des  simulateurs
    • Test et validation de l’architecture du simulateur aux différentes étapes de son développement

      

     REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – Pour Siemens VDO Toulouse                                         2003 -2005 (20 mois)

     

    Ingénieur Qualité Vie Série – Boîtier de servitude moteur/intelligent pour  PSA

    Objectifs et réalisations

    • Gestion de l’analyse des calculateurs en retour client, communication client et organisation des actions correctives en production SVDO et chez les fournisseurs
    • Gestion des alertes internes d’origine process SVDO et d’origine fournisseur, gestion des reprises des produits finis et sous-ensembles
    • Amélioration continue de process avec les équipes de production

    Ingénieur Qualité Produit Projet  – Capteur IMS

    Objectifs et réalisations

    • Assurance produit du capteur en développement, interface client (Magneti Marelli)
    • Qualification du produit en phase prototype
    • Qualification de nouveau fournisseur PCB au laboratoire d’analyse Siemens
    • Organisation de la campagne « Validation Design » du produit

     

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – Liebherr Aérospace Toulouse                                              2003 – 5 mois

    Ingénieur qualification des échangeurs Antonov, échangeur Primaire A320 et échangeur équipement Thales

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Définition du plan de qualification de chacun des échangeurs avec les équipes projet et fabrication
    • Support technique de l’assurance produit échangeur
    • Définition du programme de test suivant les spécifications, les  normes  et les performances attendues par le client
    • Justification technique et analyse des caractéristiques échangeurs vis à vis des spécifications client

     

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – ELTA Blagnac                                                                       2003 – 2 mois

      Support technique pour réponse à appel d’offre DCN (sous marin nucléaire nvelle génération)

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Spécifications des interfaces mécaniques et électriques du système d’électronique sécuritaire
    • Définition de la mécanique des tiroirs sécuritaires et chiffrage de la réponse mécanique
    • Prospection auprès des fournisseurs, répartition des tâches auprès des partenaires

      

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – ASTRIUM SPACE Toulouse                                       2002-03 – 8 mois

     Responsable configuration des équipements de la plate-forme satellite de télécommunication EUROSTAR 3000

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Gestion de la configuration de tous les équipements plate-forme
    • Gestion des déviations, des dérogations des fournisseurs et satellites (Immersat, Intelsat..)
    • Support configuration de l’assurance produit plate-forme satellite
    • Interface avec les procurement manager (en charge de l’approvisionnement de tous les équipement et harnais de la plate-forme satellite)
    • Centralisation de tous les documents d’évolution des équipements en collaboration avec les responsables qualité équipements et avec l’équipe projet Eurostar 3000

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – ELTA Blagnac                                                     2001-02 – 10 mois

    Assurance Produit sur équipement télécom NETLANDER (plate-forme martienne – client CNES)

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Interface assurance produit avec les interlocuteurs CNES
    • Mise en place des dosuments et suivi en vue des jalons PDR et CDR
    • Gestion qualité des composants (date code, compatibilité aux radiations ..)
    • Gestion qualité des matériaux et validation des procédés
    • Suivi qualité des sous-traitants (mécaniques, câblage ..)

     

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                                   2001-02 – 10 mois

    Ingénieur Assurance produit sur différents projets Réalix

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Projet conception de cartes électroniques
    • Projet acoustique
    • Système qualité Réalix

     

    REALIX TECHNOLOGIES – Pour BTS Camerin Toulouse                                             2001 – 10 mois               

     

    Chef de projet : équipements/harnais de satellite télécom EUROSTAR 3000 (ASTRIUM SPACE)

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Gestion de projet
    • Technologie de câblage
    • Interface client : ingénierie et procurement
    • Assurance produit interne et vis à vis du client (Astrium)
    • Gestion bureau d’étude mécanique (SERLEG) et fournisseur (BTS)
    • Management et suivi de fabrication (8 équipements différents)
    • Définition et suivi des essais de recette
    • Rédaction des documents : procédure de fabrication, de contrôle, de suivi qualité

     SAGEIS – Pour ASTRIUM SPACE                                                                                                   2000 – 7 mois

    Responsable campagne d’essais environnement satellites télécom NILESAT 102 et RESSAT

     Objectifs et réalisations

    • Définition et installation du système thermique de test
    • Organisation de la campagne d’essais en interface avec les équipes satellite et le moyen d’essais (Intespace)
    • Gestion des moyens sol nécessaires aux essais
    • Responsable du système thermique de test au cours des essais

      

    SAGEIS – Pour ASTRIUM SPACE                                                                                     1997-99 – 20 mois

    Ingénieur intégration mécanique ( AIT) du télescope HRG – SPOT 5

    Objectifs et réalisations

    • Montage, réglages et essais mécanique et opto-mécanique du télescope HRG SPOT5
    • Mise en place des procédure de montage et d’assemblage des télescope de vol
    • Définition des moyens sols et outillages d’intégration
    • Suivi de la fabrication et livraison des moyens sols mécaniques d’intégration
    • Suivi des modèles de test mécanique, optique et thermique

     

    Environnement(s) technique(s)

    • Intégration spatial (AIT)
    • Suivi fournisseur pour moyens sols

    Yves ROCHER Burkina Faso          

    1996-97 – 8 mois

    Co-gérance de l’unité de production

    • Production de support de mailing publicitaires (10 millions/an)
    • Organisation de la production de l’atelier et de l’imprimerie (250 personnes)
    • Gestion des stocks, des importations et exportations
    • Etude des possibilité de diversification de la filiale (manufacture textile)

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