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     Date Submitted:05-04-2013
     Last Modified:14-04-2013 (03:56)
    Job information
     Current job:Space quality responsible
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
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     KeywordsQuality, Management
    CV

    Master in Mechanical / Aeronautical Engineering

    Born the 24th april 1980 in DIJON

    French nationality

     

     

    • Functionnal skills
    •  Knowledge of material
    •  Machine and component design
    •  Method process
    •  Prototype testing
    •  Organization: Projects, Training, Reporting
    •  Projects: Contact supplier/customer, Planning, Follow-up, Reporting
    •  Quality

     

    • Technical skills
    •  Mechanics
    •  Machines Construction
    •  Machine and component design
    •  Manufacturing processes (machining, mold, …)
    •  CAD/CAM
    •  Project management: organization, consulting people, task distribution, planning and follow-up, optimization, presentation, training
    •  Quality
    • Application areas
    • Project management
    • Engineering
    • Research and development
    • Manufacturing
    • Quality


    PROJECTS OVERVIEW

    -     SABCA  S.A.,  Bruxelles, Belgium.. 3

    -     SABIEX INTERNATIONAL S.A. , Braine L’Alleud, Belgium.. 4

    -     VALEO LIGHTING SYSTEMS, Ath, Belgium.. 5

    -     BELGIPLAST S.A, Bruxelles, Belgium.. 6

    -     Graduation Thesis, I.S.I.B, Bruxelles, Belgium.. 7

    -     University project8

     


    EXPERIENCE

    Period: from 15/11/07 to now

    -SABCA  S.A.,  Bruxelles, Belgium

     

    Intervention:

    • Spatial Quality Responsible

    Goals:

    • Quality managing for spatial project ( ARIANE V, VEGA, ARIANE VI, Expert, …)

    Technical environment:

    • SABCA is an aeronautical, aerospatial and defence company, producer of parts for AIRBUS, ARIANE V, …

    Method:

    • Contact supplier/customer
    • Analysis of the specific requirements and writing the quality requirements
    • Managing results of non conformity
    • Reporting to internal and external customers
    • Preparation of First Article Inspection
    • Follow up the implementation for the production
    • Reporting

     

    Used tools:

    • MS Office
    • SAP
    • FAI
    • FMEA

     

    Period: from 01/02/07 to 31/10/07

    - SABIEX INTERNATIONAL S.A. , Braine L’Alleud, Belgium

     

    Intervention:

    • Project Manager: Configuration Project and Control Project

    Goals:

    • Quality Development and Professionalization Engineering Department

    Technical environment:

    • SABIEX INTERNATIONAL is a military company, producer of spare parts and new armored vehicles.

    Method:

    • Contact supplier/customer
    • Analysis of the specific requirements and writing the technical requirements
    • Planification
    • Create Validation Plan
    • Follow up tests
    • Managing results
    • Reporting to internal and external customers
    • Follow up the implementation for the production
    • Quotation
    • ISO9001:2000

    Used tools:

    • MS Office
    • MS Project

     

    Period: 25 months from 01/12/04 to 31/01/07

    - VALEO LIGHTING SYSTEMS, Ath, Belgium

     

    Intervention:

    • Quality Project Engineer

    Goals:

    • Quality Development

    Technical environment:

    • VALEO LIGHTING SYSTEMS is an automotive company, producer of headlamp and foglamp for cars and trucks.

    Method:

    • Contact supplier/customer
    • Analysis of the specific requirements and writing the technical requirements
    • Planification
    • Developing and creating FMEA
    • Create Validation Plan
    • Follow up tests
    • Managing results
    • Reporting to internal and external customers
    • Preparation of Initial Sample
    • Follow up the implementation for the production

    Used tools:

    • FMEA
    • DOE
    • Statistical, Reliability, Capability
    • Initial Sample, PPAP
    • MS Office


     

    Period: 1 month, 2004

    - BELGIPLAST S.A, Bruxelles, Belgium

     

    Intervention:

    • Machining programmer Engineer

    Goals:

    • Postprocessor adaptation for a three axis milling machine.

     

    Method:

    • Analysis of the three axis milling machine
    • Analyses of this programmation language
    • Adaptation and Implementation of Python language
    • Simulation on machine.

    Used tools:

    • MS Office
    • CATIA V5
    • Python language


     

    Period: 3 months, 2004

    - Graduation Thesis, I.S.I.B, Bruxelles, Belgium

    Project realised in collaboration with ASCO INDUSTRIES, Zaventem, Belgium

    “Method of machining for a carriage A321”

     

    Method:

    • To study some of the industrial practices of ASCO Industries:

     

    • Analysis of customers’ drawings (British Aerospace),
    • Use of the 4 axis milling machine MANDELLI THUNDER 800,
    • Training on the custom methods from ASCO Industries.

     

    • Development of the machining method for a carriage A321: numbers of needed               operations.
    • Checking of the tool vibrations during the test about the first finishing operation.
    • Completing of the machining method for the whole part.
    • Definitions and cutting parameters of the selected tools.
    • Machining documentation for the programmer and production of metrological control charts.
    • Time and cost investigation.

     

    At the end of this work, the development of the part can proceed to a new phase: programming under the CAD/CAM software CATIA V4 or V5.

     

    Used tools:

     

    • MS Office
    • CATIA V5
    • VERICUT

     


     

    Period: 3 months, 2003

    -University project

    Project realised in collaboration with ISIB

     

    • Total manufacturing SABCA Ariane 5 part.

    Purpose

    • The purpose was to manufacture a SABCA Ariane 5 part and make the conversion CATIA V4/V5.

    Method:

    • Study language CATIA V4 NC MILL
    • Design part and attach on CATIA V5
    • Definition and cutting parameters
    • Programmation on CATIA V5 with SABAC Method
    • Conversion ISO with PYTHON language
    • Simulation on machining  MIKRON VCE 750

    Used tools:

    • Catia V4
    • Catia V5
    • MS Office


     

    EDUCATION

     

    2004

    Master Mechanical/Aeronautical  Engineering Degree

    I.S.I.B, Belgium

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    French

    Mother Tongue

    English

    Good knowledge

    Deutsch

    Academic knowledge

    Dutch

    Basic knowledge ( reading )

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Software packages:

    • Common computer software (Windows, Unix, MS Office, MS Project,…)
    • CAD/CAM: AutoCAD 2002, Mechanical Desktop, CATIA V4, CATIA V5, Solidworks, Vericut

     

    Programming:

    • C++, C, Visual Basic, Python

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