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     Date Submitted:16-01-2012
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     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsTechnical skills and competences: • Experience in augmented GNSS techniques • Experienced in assessing markets (including military markets and customers) • Extensive knowledge in Galileo & EGNOS programmes. • Experience in Project Managing t
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    Project Management / Business Development


    WORK EXPERIENCE:


    2011/2012    EADS Astrium Gmbh – Geoinformation Services    Munich, Germany.
    FTC (18 months)    Project Manager –  Navigation Service  
     

    Main responsibilities:
    ►   Project & Bid Management in the frame of EC, GSA and B2B contracts.
    ►    Market analysis, revenues & business modeling in the context of Satellite Navigation related projects.
    ►    Customer interface and user requirements analysis, management of sub-contractors, financial and legal administration, business cases preparation & evaluation.

    ⇒    Galileo Service Centre Definition Project – European Commission (Budget: €500K, 14 Engineers)
    System definition study of Galileo Service Centre including the development of the detailed system requirements specifications and the high level architectural design.
    ♦    Project Manager:
    -    Manage project stakeholder relationships as well as customer expectation and requirements,
    -    Achieve project objectives (performance, cost, quality, schedule) to customer satisfaction,
    -    Define, implement and drive a project team/organisation all along the project phases,
    -    Ensure active risks and opportunities and contract (internal or external) management.
    ♦    Task Leader:
    -    Galileo Service Centre mission requirements consolidation;
    -    Development of the Service Centre´s operational scenarios;
    -    Recommendation of the most suitable GSC logical architecture.

    ⇒    PROTECTOR Project – GSA European GNSS Agency (Budget: €2M, 15 Engineers)
    Definition of a Jamming and Interference Monitoring Service (JIMS) concept to protect the EU GNSS (Galileo and EGNOS) systems and services against interference to prevent service disruption.
    ♦    Task Leader:
    -    Definition of the possible models for managing the JIMS in the European Union.
    -    Cost models and practical implications of managing JIMS in the European Union and support the GSA input into ongoing European negotiations on the development of the service.

    2009/ 2011  EADS Astrium Gmbh – Geoinformation Services    Munich, Germany.
    V.I.E (18 months) - Business Developer – Navigation Service 
       

    Navigation Services strategy, market analysis and business development in augmented-GNSS services:
    •    Responsible of the strategy to support the European expansion of Astrium’s subsidiary Axionet outside Germany. ( France, Switzerland, Finland, Denmark and England)
    •    Market analysis, financial & business modelling in the context of Merger & Acquisition opportunities evaluation
    •    Responsible of the analysis to define the strategic sales target and growth within the navigation services markets.
    •    Support proposals activities, bids for potential M&A targets.
    •    Provide inputs to the management and strategy of the division regarding markets and competition.


    2009  EADS Astrium SAS - Business Growth    Paris, France
    Internship (6 months) - Business Analyst – Market Intelligence Unit 
       

    •    Business models and market studies related mainly to Navigation sector (GNSS augmentation via references stations).
    •    Support of bids and studies for institutional customers (NATO, EDA, UK MOD, US DOD, ESA, DGA, DLR etc) in close contact with project finance and operational engineering.
    •    Procedures establishment for data sharing and customer relationship management (Astrium MIU Wiki project)
    •    Animation of the Market Intelligence network across the different BDs and in contact with EADS.

     

    2007    Airbus France    Toulouse, France
    Internship (4 months)  - Business Analyst


    Study related to the expansion of the EDLs products and services for the purpose of the Airbus’ personnel located within the non-European entities of the firm (China, India, Russia, Japan, North America):
    •    Market Study of the local entities (Typology and Specificities of the clients, current means and needs)
    •    Assessment of the adequacy between the current offering of EDL’s products and services and the results of the study.
    •    Proposal strategic development lines of the EDL’s services to cover these Airbus “markets” outside Europe
     


    EDUCATION

    2007/2009    Toulouse Business School (ESC Toulouse) / ESEC Barcelona.

    Master 2        Barcelona, Spain

    International Business Option – English Track Program
    Master’s Thesis: “Delocalization of R&D in China, a threat for the developed countries?”

    Master 1        Toulouse, France

    Major : International Marketing Management – English Track Program
    Minor : Project Management – English Track Program
    Bachelor’s Thesis: “The Accor Group’s Internationalization Strategy ”

    Engineering School Exchange Program:  Innovation  Management and Setting-up companies – INSA Toulouse


    2005/2007    IAE Toulouse / University of Toulouse Graduate School of Management.  

    Master 1    International Management and Strategy – English Track Program, Toulouse, France

    Bachelor 3    Management, Specialization Management Marketing, Toulouse, France


    2003/2005    University of Social Sciences of Toulouse (UT1).   

    Bachelor 1 & 2    Economy and Management , Toulouse, France


    PERSONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    Social Skills and Competences:
    •    Team work in engineering teams
    •    Public presentations given for customers, expert groups
    •    Very good language and communication skills
    •    Three years working and living in a multicultural work environment

    Organisational skills and competences:
    •    Experience in Project Managing teams with over 14 engineers spread over multiple countries

    Technical skills and competences:
    •    Experience in Telecommunication (FSS, MSS) and augmented navigation technique (RTK)
    •    Experienced with Maritime, Oil & Gas, Land Surveying, Agriculture and Shipping industries
    •    Extensive knowledge in Galileo & EGNOS programmes 


    Computer skills and competences:
    •    Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Access. Dreamweaver, Photoshop, SPHINX, SPSS, Xlstat,
    •    Programming Languages:, VBA, Html, Php, SQL


    Languages:
    •    French:     Mother Tongue    
    •    English:    Proficiency (C2) (TOEIC 07: 930/990)  
    •    Spanish:   Advanced (B2)
    •    German:   Elementary (A2)        

    Driving Licence:
    •    Yes, category B

    Security Clearance:
    •    German VS-NfD (“Restricted”) clearance

     


    EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

    Sports, Leisure: Swimming, Theater, Skiing. Major interest in Informatics, Music, Photography, Hike, Gastronomy, communication media and traveling.


    Participation to the Astrium Sail For competence 2009 (Graduate sailing international expedition), Part of the Astrium Triathlon 2009 team.
     


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