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     Date Submitted:25-10-2013
     Last Modified:29-11-2014 (04:24)
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     Current job:IT Engineer with space industry experience
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsConsultant IT computer science Earth Observation French Italian English CNES Jason3 altimetry command team working adaptability
    CV

          5th November 1986

    French nationality

     

    Career Objective:

    To combine my organizational, IT and language skills with knowledge of Earth Observation mission to support the EO ground segment team

    Education:

    September 2007 - September 2010

    Master’s Degree in computer science and management (MIAGE)

    Paul Sabatier University Toulouse, France

    Liu University Linköping, Sweden

     

    September 2005 – September 2007

    Two-year university degree in computer science

    Paul Sabatier University Toulouse, France

    Related Work Experience:

    Since November 2013:

    Sogeti High Tech Toulouse, France

    IT Engineer on Erato (Aircraft Air Traffic Organizer) project:
    Software development and integration (visualization tools, flights conflict detection…), quality controls, technical documentation.

     

    October 2011 - September 2013:

    Sogeti High Tech, Toulouse, France

    Ground Segment Support Engineer at CNES (French National Space Agency)

    •        Activities coordination, team management and customer interface.

    •        Support to SALP (altimetry and precise positioning service) project:

    •        Cataloging, archiving and distribution management of mission products (mission Jason1, Jason2, Saral, HY2A, Spots...) with a PDGS component SIPAD: Responsible of product description in liaison with products manager, validation and archiving process manager.

    •        Data Monitoring of Jason2 geophysical products latency: Reporting, software development and maintenance

    •        Support to Cryosat2 retreatment campaign: control data exchange completeness from ESA to CNES, write reports, program and maintain  tools

    •        Support to Support to Jason-3 mission:

    •        System tests preparation: delivery of data test sets and software implemented

    •        Management of Instrument satellite database: archiving, updating and converting instrument database by developing and using tools

    •        Jason3 Instruments Telecommand (TC) description and generation for AIT tests

    Generation of corresponding TC with Control Center software

     

    October 2010 - October 2011

    Sogeti High Tech Toulouse, France

    IT Engineer on Erato (En Route Air Traffic Organizer) project:

    Programming and Integration of software developments using C++, QT and shell scripting languages, technical documentation writing.

    Other Work Experience:

    April 2010 - August 2010

    Thales Service Toulouse, France

    Internship as IT Engineer on MAAF Project (electronic document management):

    Development of Java Web services, Oracle stored procedures

    Configuration of Eversuite Application software

     

    April 2008 - August 2008

    Algorab Trento, Italy

    Internship as IT analyst and developer: Participation to Brainstorming, analysis, specification and programming phases

     

    April - May 2007

    Netsys Auch, France

    Internship as IT support and developer: Support to customers in Windows Environment,

    Development of an Intranet module to manage client maintenance contracts

     

    Training:

    December 2011:

    One week training on ground segment, control and manage satellites operations

    Eurosae (High Institute of Aeronautics and Space) Toulouse, France

    Skills:

    •        Space field:

    •        Knowledge of missions, principles and theory of altimetry

    •        Knowledge of Ocean Observation services and related PDGS.

    •        Telecommand, Telemetry(CCSDS, MIL-STD-1553)

    •        Satellite Instrument Database

    •        IT :

    •        Languages :  VBA, shell scripting, Java, C++

    •        Database systems and associated query languages : Oracle, Sql Server, Informix

    •        IDE : Visual studio, Eclipse

    •        Operating Environment: Linux, Windows, Solaris

    •        Language skills:

    •        French: Mother tongue

    •        English : Fluent

    •       Italian : Fluent

    •        Spanish : Basic

    Miscellaneous:

    Sports: Badminton, Tennis, Soccer

    Hobbies: Travelling (Italy, US, European cities)


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