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     Date Submitted:23-04-2013
     Last Modified:03-06-2013 (09:29)
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     Current job:Director General
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     Keywordscreation of the Satellite Communication System
    CV

    Work Experience

    From 2010 to  present

    State Enterprise “Ukrkosmos”. Director General.

    Fully responsible for all aspects of creation of the National Satellite Communication System of Ukraine with telecommunication satellite “Lybid”:

    - indicated high level requirements for telecommunication satellite and satellite’s payload including service zones, frequency band, EIRP, G/T, beam’s connectivity, main services of satellite system.

    - approved the Contractor’s choice of the type of satellite bus for creation of the satellite;

    - conducted  analysis and review of PDR and CDR package:

    - satellite payload;

    - satellite bus;

    - space segment;

    - satellite launch service and integration of satellite and launcher;

    - satellite control system and TT&C station;

    - managed  analysis and review of the EQSR equipment for:

    - satellite payload;

    - satellite bus;

    - supervised ITU frequency coordination activity resulting in signing of  Coordination Agreement between Ukraine and France.

    - supported the evaluations and analyses of the technical requirements for the facilities for installation of ground control station equipment including technical building, antenna foundation, power, communication, conditions, security and safety, storage area.

    - reviewed readiness of the Contractor’s facilities and employees for manufacture and tests of satellite payload and bus, and approved minutes.

     

    From2009 up to2010

    National Space Agency of Ukraine. Head of scientific research department.

    Main responsibility was implementation of satellite communication project including:

    - determination of the high level requirements for system and satellite:

    - analysis of the state and perspectives of coordination of  ITU satellite networks;

    - approval of the statement of work and high level schedule for creation of the satellite and ground segment;

    - preparation  of Government resolutions for all aspects of the satellite project.

     

    From 2003 up to 2009

    National Space Agency of Ukraine. Head of ground complex and telecommunication system unit.

    Mainareasofresponsibility:

    - evaluation of the proposals of potential suppliers of satellite and payload;

    - specification of the technical requirements for the satellite system and subsystems;

    - organization of research in field of telecommunications and information technologies;

    - supervising of the creation of design of ground support complex for space launch complex “Cyclon-4”.

     

    From 1997 up to 2003.

    National Space Agency of Ukraine. Head of unit.

    - organization and supervision of satellite telecommunication project according National Program of Space Research.

    - organization of the radio-frequency provision of the National Program of Space Research.

     

    From 1992 up to 1997

    Military Service in Ukrainian Army

    Defense Ministry of Ukraine

    Working for the Department – Government Customer.

     

    From 1976 up to 1992

    Military service in Soviet Army

     

    1988-1992

    Scientific-Research testing range of Defense Ministry of the USSR.

    Head of testing laboratory, testing-engineer.

     

    1984-1988

    Kharkov Higher Military Command-Engineer Institute of Rocket-missile Force. Post Graduated Education.

     

    1981-1984

    Scientific-Research testing range of Defense Ministry of the USSR.

    Head of unit, engineer-senior operator.

    Operation of the special technique.

     

    1976-1981

    Kharkov Higher Military Command Institute. Cadet.

     

    Education

    Higher Education. Military engineer of radiotechnics.

    Graduated with honors from Kharkov Higher Military Command Institute in 1981.

     

    Post Graduate Education in Kharkov Higher Military Command-Engineer Institute of Rocket-missile Force.

    Obtained Ph.D.  in 1990.

               

    Other

     

    Ukrainian (native), Russian (fluent), English (fluent).

    Experienced PC user

     

    References

    Donald Osborn, President of the Macdonald, Dettwiler and Associates Corporation Space Systems, 21025 Trans-Canada Highway, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada, H9X 3R2

    Kosenko Viktor E., First Deputy Director General – General Designer of OSC Information Satellite Systems, 52, Lenina str., Zheleznogorsk Krasnoyarskiy reg., Russia 662972


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