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     Date Submitted:25-11-2013
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     Current job:Head of Business Development
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsHead of business development Technical and market experience gained within international Satellite industry Operating in technical sales, engineering service, project - and key account management Developed and implemented techniques in project busine
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    Dipl.-Ing, MBA

    Citizenship:   German

     

     

     

    Profile

     

    Head of business development

     

    Technical and market experience gained within international Satellite industry

    Operating in technical sales, engineering service, project - and key account management

    Developed and implemented techniques in project business

    Strong network in Aerospace and Defense market

    Acclaimed for customer service and interpersonal skills

     

    Work Experience

     

    July 2010 – current
    Head of business development, Aerospace, Spinner GmbH, Munich

     Functions/experience:

    • Global Business Development, Aerospace and Satellite industries
    • Head of  Sales Offices  in North America, Great Britain, Scandinavia, Czech Republic, Poland and Russia

    ·         Execution of trainings, company-internal and at customer’s

    ·         Business Development and build up long-term customer relationships

    • Key account manager for Kongberg, Astrium, Surrey Satellite, Ruag Space, MDA, Thales AS and Loral

    ·         Tender preparation, quoting and price / contract negotiations

    ·         Providing forecasts and sales targets for Sales Offices

    • Elaboration of differentiated strategic market- and competitor analyses  
    • Profit loss responsibility
    • Reporting to General Management

     

    July 2008 – June 2010
    Business Development Manager, Business Division Satellites, EADS Astrium, Munich
     Functions/experience:

    • Business Development Navigation Applications & Future Concepts
    • Elaboration and implementation of technology concepts for EADS topics: Indoor Navigation, Precise landing approaches with Pseudolites and high precision helicopter landing systems
    • Development of product concepts and realization of business cases for navigation applications
    • Positioning of navigation solutions in civil and military markets
    • Buildup and maintenance to military, institutional and commercial customers
       

    January 2005 – June 2008
    Head of department Navigation and professor, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Service, Fürstenfeldbruck
    Functions/experience:

    • Lecturer at  University of German Federal Armed  Forces
    • Head of department Navigation and disciplinary superior of 50 employees
    • Professor for GNSS positioning, Navigation and Radar Remote Sensing
    • Development and realization of instrument calibration processes
    • Conception of curriculum for graduated engineers
    • Award & formal recognition for outstanding performance as lecturer
       

    January 2003 – December 2004

    Project Manager, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Service, Euskirchen
     Functions/experience:

    • Project Management and realization of Geo-Science data bases
    • Placing and technical supervision of GI projects to external companies
    • Team leader of 5 employees
    • Conception and realization of GI data base models
    • Development of standardized Quality Management processes
    • Representation Geoinformation Service on exhibitions
       

    April 1998 – September 1999
    Platoon leader Artillery, Bundeswehr, Neunburg vorm Wald

     Functions/experience:

    • Disciplinary superior and command of 50 soldiers, deputy battery commander
    • Elaboration and realization of education and training for junior management
    • Award & formal recognition for outstanding performance as platoon leader
       

     

    July 1996 – March 1998
    Apprenticeship artillery officer in Idar-Oberstein
     

     

    Academic studies

     

    August 2009
    Promotion to PhD in science at University Salzburg. Doctoral thesis: „Utilization of Satellite Navigation techniques for European Armed Forces“
     
    January 2006 – December 2007
    Extra-occupational academic studies MBA "Master of Business Administration" at University of Applied Sciences Turku, Finland
     
    October 1999 – December 2002
    Trimester academic studies – graduate engineer (Dipl.-Ing. Geodesy and Geoinformation) at University of German Armed Forces Munich
     

    Language skills

     

    German: First language
    English: Business fluent

    French:  Basic knowledge

     

    Personal Interests

     

    Sailing, running and mountaineering


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