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     Date Submitted:07-12-2011
     Last Modified:22-12-2016 (04:38)
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     Current job:Space Systems Engineer/Project Manager
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     KeywordsProject Management; Spacecraft Systems Engineering; Engineering Systems Design and Optimisation; Systems Requirements Definition and Requirements Management; Systems Verification and Validation; Systems Interface Management, Sounding Rockets, Stratospheri

    EUR-ING         MEng Hons (Space Systems Eng.) MRAeS AMBCS                 Prince2® Practitioner

    “A highly capable Space System Engineer, with considerable project and programme management experience in the European space sector”


    Work Experience

    Nov. 2015 – Present

    HE Space Operations B.v. for ESA

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL




    Programme Coordinator

    Ensuring the proper coordination of space educational programmes (such as the REXUS/BEXUS programme and ‘Fly a Rocket!’) throughout all phases of their lifecycle (from the call for proposals,  up to and including launch, mission operations, and post-flight activities) including:

    Supporting the preparation and the publication of the Call for Proposals for experiments, the review and the evaluation of the proposals, and the experiments selection process;

    Liaising with the partners and/or within the organisations which are involved in the conduct of the experiment programmes (research institutes, space agencies, industries, or other associations, as well as ESA colleagues);

    Liaising with the experiment teams involved in the programmes, to ensure they receive the due financial or logistics support;

    Coordinating the technical supervision of the experiment projects (with the support of specialists from ESA and the other partners, as available), to ensure compliance to requirements, applicable standards, and good space engineering practice;

    Supervising the preparation and conduct of project meetings, project reviews, test campaigns, and of workshops or conferences, including chairpersonship;

    Assisting Young Graduate Trainees assigned to the programmes in subject.

    I have also played a key role in the definition, development and roll-out of new programmes, particularly the pilot cycle of Fly a Rocket! programme in 2016/17.

    In addition to this role I am also providing support in developing training courses under the framework of ESA Academy, such as an Introduction to Space Systems Engineering.

    Furthermore, due to considerable first-hand experience with rocket and balloon based experiments, launches and flights I have acted as a technical evaluator/advisor for technology proposals under various ESA frameworks.


    Sept. 2013 – Nov. 2015

    SSC (formerly Swedish Space cooperation)

    ESRANGE, Kiruna, SE




    Project Manager (REXUS/BEXUS)

    In coordination with partners at ESA, DLR, SNSB and ZARM, this role involved technical and programmatic management for scientific and tech. demo experiments, as well as the programme itself, from “cradle to grave”.

    The role encompasses a considerable level of managerial skills and top level system engineering on space systems; specifically interfacing with launch vehicles and balloon experiments/platforms, as well as a responsibility for experiments, launch vehicle systems, flight and ground safety planning, customer relations and budgets. Within the programme I closely managed five AIV and launch campaigns and nearly 200 gate-way reviews (from selection/SRR to FRR), working with over fifty University teams.

    In addition to REXUS/BEXUS I provided ad-hoc support to the launch and operations crew as well as general support and advise, particularly relating to international and/or educational payloads. Towards the end of my employment I was involved in upgrading aspects of the programme (such as a total website overhaul) and providing consultation on Esrange’s facilities with a view to hosting small satellite launches ‘by 2020’.


    July 2011 – Sept. 2013

    European Space Agency

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL




    YGT Space Systems Engineer (ESMO, CubeSats for the Vega Maiden Flight, REXUS/BEXUS)

    Within the scope of the CubeSats for the Vega Maiden Flight Project I was a key team member supporting the final AIV activities of ESA’s inaugural CubeSat involvement with seven University-led CubeSats. In close liaison with ESA’s technical department, CNES/CSG and the Universities, my team led thermal and mechanical testing, project documentation/standardisation, acceptance for flight, launch and early operations. The team were also involved in preliminary CDF studies and documentation activities for further CubeSat work within ESA. In addition I became immersed in the European and worldwide CubeSat community working with suppliers and customers, securing a solid and reliable network in industry and academia.

    My role on the REXUS/BEXUS programme involved supporting the selection of payloads; preparation/coordination of formal project reviews (including technical review), acceptance for flight; coordination of the flight campaigns and follow-up for publication. Through this role I worked with the project coordinator at ESA, the head of tertiary education unit and technical personnel at ESA, DLR, SNSB and launch range personnel at SSC’s Esrange Launch Centre.

    Along with the Project Manager and in collaboration with the system prime contractor, I oversaw the ESMO project by performing the management and system engineering aspects for the close out of Phase B2. In particular, I:
    coordinated the project planning, progress tracking, and the preparation of ESA management/technical documents to space project standards for formal project reviews; performed system engineering activities such as requirements management, system modelling and analysis (including pre-phase A/feasibility studies for ESMO CubeSat alternatives) as well as system budget maintenance and review of project technical documentation.


    May 2010 – Sept 2010  

    RWE nPower (UK)

    Fawley, Hants, UK




    Systems Engineer (Fawley Power Station) (summer placement)


    Self-managed internal efficiency survey relating to use of a power station’s domestic HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), potential findings relating to savings in the region of £2.5mil/5 years for a power station in South Hampshire.


    June 2009 – Oct 2009

    MBDA Missile Systems

    Stevenage, Herts, UK


    Systems Engineer (METEOR) (summer placement)


    Systems engineering and analysis on the Meteor project in late phase C, including software analysis of the unit’s flight capabilities using the software model of the system and models of potential targets.


    Sept 2007 – Jun 2011

    University of Southampton

    Hants, UK




    Meng Space Systems Engineering 1st Class Honours (highest in class)

    Master’s Group Design Project ‘FMECA and FDIR Analysis of ESMO’

    Project manager performing the FMECA (Failure Mode, effects and Criticality Analysis) on the phase B1 design with conclusions suggesting changes and additions to the system’s FDIR (Failure Detection, Isolation and Recovery) processes.

    Bachelor’s dissertation ‘An investigation of Satellite Fractionation’

    A comprehensive case study into fundamental change of traditional satellite architecture with emphasis on change in value of the system for the customer

    Electives: Management, Optimisation, Sustainable Energy Systems, French, German.


    Sept 2003 – Jul 2007

    Oakbank Sports College

    Keighley, West Yorks, UK




    A – Level: 3xA – Incl. Maths, Physics, Government & Politics (460 UCAS points)

    GCSE: 7 A*, 5A. – Incl. – English, Science, Maths, Business, German Language.


    European Engineer (EUR ING)

    (EU approx.. eqv. to CEng)

    European Federation of National Engineering Associations


    Interim Registration for CEng

    Royal Aeronautical Engineering Society


    European Space Agency Team Award

    European Space Agency


    Engineering Subject Centre Advanced Award

    The Higher Education Academy

    2010, 2011

    RJ Mitchell Scholarship

    (top 10 in University)

    University of Southampton


    Centennial Scholarship

    (1 of a hundred since 2003)

    Royal Aeronautical Engineering Society



    Undergraduate of the year (2nd Place)

    TargetJobs/RWE nPower


    Engineering Leadership Advanced Award

    (top 40 in the UK)

    Royal Academy of Engineering


    Harehills Foundation Trust Awardee

    Harehill Foundation Trust



    The Chartered Institute for IT

    Associate Member

    Since 2016

    Sveriges Ingenjörer (Swedish Engineers)



    Royal Academy of Engineering


    Since 2007

    Royal Aeronautical Society


    Since 2007


    Native: English (UK)


    Understanding (Listening/Reading)

















    Full UK/EU Car/motorcycle License

     (A, B, B1)

    No endorsements

    >10 Years

    Volunteer Experience

    Oct. 2004 – Present

    The Scout Association/Duke Edinburgh’s Award

    Keighley, West Yorks, UK




    District Scout Leader/Award Assessor

    Leading young people through group nights, day trips and overnight stays on various activities, including instruction on team formation. Training potential awardees for their expedition, assessing (shadowing), and providing feedback for their award. Also advising on other sections of the award (skill, physical, service) from personal experience.


    Charity fundraising/awareness

    A wide spectrum of events raising money for various causes, incl. ‘car boot’ sales for orphanages in Peru, growing a moustache for Prostate cancer awareness, to driving to Mongolia in a banger rally for Cancer Research UK.

    Conference Papers/Publication

    Stausland, C (2016) A New Education European rocket programme pilot – Fly a Rocket! In 23rd ESA Symposium on Rocket European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research. Visby SE, 12-15 June 2017

    Kinnaird, A (2016), 10 Years Of The German-Swedish Rexus/Bexus Student Programme In 23rd ESA Symposium on Rocket European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research. Visby SE, 12-15 June 2017

    Callens, N (2013), ESA Education Office’s Microgravity and Hypergravity Experiments Opportunities: Overview and Benefits for the University Students In European Low Gravity Research Association Biennial Symposium. Vatican City, 11-14 September 2013

    Callens, N (2013), A-56, REXUS/BEXUS Rocket and Balloon Experiments for University Students in 21st ESA Symposium on European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research. Thun CH, 9-13 June 2013

    Galeone. P C. et al (2012). CUBESATS LAUNCHED ON THE VEGA QUALIFICATION FLIGHT. In 4S Symposium. Porto┼ż, SL. 4-8 June, 2012

    Jason, S, (2011). IAC-11.B4.8.4, Hitchhiking to the Moon: The European Student Moon Orbiter Mission. In International Astronautical Congress. Cape Town, SA, 3-7 October, 2011

    About me

    I am thorough and enthusiastic team member, with a substantial drive for space system engineering and project management within international teams.

    With a solid background in prominent European companies and agencies, I am able to put my drive to good use in international projects and programmes, as both a skilled technical expert and an experienced project manager.

    My experience and recognition before, during and after University through awards such as the International Space Olympics, the Royal of Academy of Engineering Advanced Leadership award and others served as stepping stones to help me grow into a strong leader and professional engineer.

    Further to my current experience and qualifications I strive to continue with my professional development as a committed Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, with interim registration for a Chartered Engineer status, as well a working towards Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and having recently achieved the EUR ING certification, generally recognised as the European equivalent to the CEng.  Recently I have also qualified as registered Prince2® practitioner, demonstrating my commitment to continual professional development with regards to project and programme management..

    My passion for international team work in a managerially and technically challenging ‘big picture’ environment has driven me to work in the European space sector, particularly with rapid turn-around systems, projects which challenge fundamental architecture as well as system interfaces;  and I endeavour to continue to find new and exciting opportunities in innovative projects and programmes as well as support the next generation of engineers by contribution to educational programmes and training courses.

    Away from work I continue to develop my skills in sports I participated in through Scouting, University and my summer job as an outdoor activity instructor. I particularly enjoy outdoor sports, and have completed 6 parachute jumps in the Netherlands, as well as completed several long distance hiking events, such as the Fellsman challenge (100km in 24 hours). Whenever I find spare time I continue to support the Scouting Movement, where I was awarded the Queen’s Scout Award, and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, where I achieved my gold award in 2006, as well as other charitable organisations/endeavours.

    Where possible I combine my passions of engineering, charity, travel and project management, and in summer 2016 I was lucky enough to participate in the Mongol Rally, driving an unsuitably small car to Mongolia, and raising over €3000 for charity in the process.


    IT:        Microsoft Office (Pro-User); MatLab; Python; LaTeX; SolidWorks, Joomla, Wordpress, Lotus Notes; Outlook, STK


    Project/Technical:        Project Management; Spacecraft Systems Engineering; Engineering Systems Design and Optimisation; Systems Requirements Definition and Requirements Management; Systems Verification and Validation; Systems Interface Management, Sounding Rockets, Stratospheric Balloons, Micro-Nano Satellites; CubeSats; Sustainable Energy Systems; Educational Projects.


    Conferences/Courses/Events/Reviews/Launch Campaigns

    Prince2® Foundation and Practitioner

    Dec. ‘16

    Leeds, UK

    Evaluator of proposals under the 2nd Call for proposals for European Cooperating states

    Nov. ‘16

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    BEXUS 22/23 Launch Campaign – Programme Coordinator

    Oct. ‘16

    Kiruna, SE

    ‘Fly a rocket’ programme proposal evaluation and NTNU Course observation

    Apr. ‘16

    Andoya, NO

    REXUS 19/20 Launch Campaign – Programme Coordinator

    Mar. ‘16

    Kiruna, SE

    REXUS 19/20 & RX 21/22 Scientific Payload Integration Week and Bench Test – Programme Coordinator

    Dec. ‘15/Jan. ‘16/ Dec. ‘16/Jan. 17

    Bremen, DE/

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    REXUS/BEXUS ESA/SNSB Selection Workshop 2015/16 – Chairperson

    Dec. ’15, ‘16

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    CPT-SCOPE, HACORD, FREDE2015, SPADE IPRs/EARs – Chairperson

    Aug. ‘15/ Sep. ‘15

    Oslo, NO/Hasselt, BE/Wroclaw, PL/ Sevilla, ES

    PICARD, SLED IPRs/EARs – Chairperson

    Sep. ’15/Nov. ‘15

    Glasgow, UK/Stockholm, SE

    REM-RED, SCRAP, PHOS, WUSAT IPRs/EARs – Chairperson

    Sep. ‘14/Nov. ‘14

    Budapest, HU/Stockholm, SE/Pisa, IT/ Coventry, UK

    A5-Unibo, Polaris, GranaSAT IPRs/EARs – Chairperson

    Jul. ‘14/Sep. ‘14

    Bologna, Padua, IT/Granada, ES

    REXUS 17/18 & 19/20 & 21/22 CDRs, – Chairperson

    Jun. ’14/‘15/’16

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    REXUS 15/16 & 17/18 Launch Campaigns – Payload Manager, coordinator

    May. ’14/Mar ‘15

    Kiruna, SE

    BEXUS 18/19 & 20/21 & 22/23 CDRs – Chairperson

    May. ’14/‘15/’16

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    REXUS 15/16 & 17/18 Spin/Balance Test Campaign – Payload Manager

    Apr. ‘14/Jan. ‘15

    Stockholm, SE

    REXUS 15/16 & 17/18 Bench Test – Payload Manager

    Mar. ’14/Jan. ’15

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    REXUS 15/16 & 17/18 Scientific Payload Integration Week – Payload Manager

    Mar. ’14/Dec. ‘14

    Bremen, DE

    LTU MADs Launch Campaign – launch team

    Jan. ‘14

    Kiruna, SE

    ISAAC Experiment Acceptance Review – Chairperson

    Dec. ‘13

    Stockholm, SE

    REXUS/BEXUS ESA/SNSB and DLR Selection Workshop – technical expert

    Dec. ’13/Dec. ‘14

    Bonn, DE/ Noordwijk, NL

    StrathSat-R, Low Gravity & CWIS EARs – Chairperson

    Nov. ‘13

    Glasgow, UK/ Bucharest, RO/ Brussels, BE

    BEXUS 16/17 & 18/19 & 20/21  Launch Campaigns – Payload Manager, coordinator

    Oct. ‘13/‘14/’15

    Kiruna, SE

    iSEDE Experiment Acceptance Review (EAR) – Chairperson

    Sep. ‘13

    Glasgow, UK

    REXUS 15/16 CDRs – organisational support, Panel Member

    Jun. ‘13

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    CubeSat Industry Day

    Jun. ‘13

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    BEXUS 16/17 Critical Design Reviews – organisational support, Chairperson

    May ‘13

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    REXUS 13/14 Launch Campaign – organisational support

    May ‘13

    Kiruna, SE

    Taiwanese space Industry industrial visit (NCKU, NSPO, ROCSAT)

    Mar. ‘13

    Tainan, TW

    REXUS 13/14 Bench Testing – organisational support

    Mar. ‘13

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    REXUS 13/14 Payload Integration Week – organisational support

    Feb. ‘13

    Bremen, DE

    REXUS/BEXUS 2013/14/15 Preliminary Design Reviews (PDRs) and Training Week – organisational support and Panel Member

    Feb. ’13/Mar. ’14/Dec. ‘15

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE/Kiruna, SE

    REXUS/BEXUS ESA/SNSB Selection Workshop 2013 – organisational support

    Dec. ‘12

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    REXUS 11 Launch Campaign – organisational support

    Nov. ‘12

    Kiruna, SE

    8th ESA Round Table on Micro & Nano Tech. for Space Applications

    Oct. ‘12

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    BEXUS 14/15 Launch Campaign – organisational support

    Sep. ‘12

    Kiruna, SE

    AMES Integration Progress Review (IPR) – Panel Member

    Aug. ‘12

    Paris, FR

    REXUS 13/14 Critical Design Review (CDR) – Panel Member

    Jul. ‘12

    Oberpfaffenhofen, DE

    Introduction to the ESA Space Standardisation Activities

    May ‘12

    ESTEC, Noordiwjk, NL

    EAC and DLR Cologne industrial visit

    Apr. ‘12

    Cologne, DE

    Space Systems Engineering Course

    Mar. ‘12

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    Vega VV01 Launch Campaign – Payload Representative (YGT)

    Feb. ‘12

    Kourou, French Guyana

    4th European CubeSat Symposium

    Jan. ‘12

    Brussels, BE

    Space Debris Avoidance Course

    Oct. ‘11

    ESTEC, Noordwijk, NL

    ISIS CubeSat conference

    Oct. ‘11

    Delft, NL

    Industrial visit to NATO SHAPE

    Sep. ‘11

    Mons, BE

    Space in the City  - co-organiser

    Aug. ‘10

    Bradford, UK

    Vestas’ Winnovation Competition

    Feb. ‘11

    Aarhus, DK

    Royal Academy of Engineering’s Leadership Annual Event

    Sep. ‘08/‘09/‘10

    Cambs & Birmingham, UK

    Undergraduate of the Year (nPower)

    Jun. ‘09

    London, UK

    EADS Industrial visit

    Jun. ‘09

    Portsmouth, UK

    EADS Innovation Competition (2nd Place)

    Jun. ‘09

    Stevenage, UK

    X-Ray telescope Design Study with Universidad de La Laguana

    Apr. ‘09

    Tenerife, ES

    UKSEDS Annual Conference

    Feb. ‘07/’08/’09

    Various, UK

    11th/12th International Space Olympics

    Oct. ‘03/’04

    Moscow, RU


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    For sales enquiries and general information, you can call us on +33(0)562211007.
    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)562211007 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.



    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

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