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     Date Submitted:15-01-2014
     Last Modified:15-01-2014 (01:54)
    Job information
     Current job:Consultant secteur spatial
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsProgram manager, Operations Manager

    Profil :
    - Ingénieur Arts et Métiers (ENSAM)
    - Master of Science (Cranfield I.T.)
    - 25 ans d’expérience
    - Anglais courant
    - Mobilité internationale
    - Habilitation défense
    - Polyvalence technique
    - Capacité d’autonomie
    - Microsoft Office, MS Project

    Domaines de compétences :
    - Management de projet
    - Direction d’équipes multiculturelles
    - Projets à organisation complexe, transnationaux, multi-entreprises
    - Direction de filiales et autres entités
    - Opérations satellites en orbite
    - Intégration et essais
    - Transfer de technologies
    - Compensations industrielles
    - Interface avec les autorités et les organismes internationaux
    - Représentation et relation commerciale grands comptes

    Expérience Professionnelle
    Consultant Aéronautique Espace et Défense XXX, France
    o Business development secteurs Aéronautique, Espace et Défense
    o Management de projet Directeur de PME S.A.R.L. ULIS, France
    o Rachat et gérance d’une PME dans le sud de la France
    o Stratégie, marketing, relation clients, devis, planification et suivi des projets

    Directeur de projet pour un transfert de technologie Photonis, France et Inde
    Société française de haute technologie dans les domaines de la défense et du médical, un leader mondial dans le domaine de la vision nocturne, avec environ 1000 employés et 80 % du C.A réalisé à l’exportation
    o Transfert de licence et de moyens de production en Inde (documentation juridique et contractuelle, technique, qualité, planning de transfert, de formation, interfaces client, …)
    o Encadrement de l’équipe pour réaliser une ligne de production à Pune (Inde)
    o Montant du projet : 22 M€.

    Directeur de filiale Opérations Satellites Eurasiasat, Monaco et Turquie
    EURASIASAT S.A.M. est une société anonyme monégasque, opératrice de satellite de télécommunication, filiale d’ALCATEL SPACE (aujourd’hui THALES ALENIA SPACE) et de TURK TELEKOM
    o Directeur de filiale Opérations EURASIASAT T.U.R.K. à Ankara, Turquie
    o Représentant en Turquie d’EURASIASAT S.A.M.
    o Responsable des opérations de maintien à poste
    o Responsable du contrôle des canaux de télécommunication
    o Equipe turque de 40 ingénieurs

    Directeur du bureau de représentation Afrique Australe EADS, Afrique du sud
    o Directeur du bureau de représentation du groupe AEROSPATIALE-MATRA puis EADS, pour l’Afrique Australe et l’Océan Indien, à Pretoria, Afrique du sud
    o Support aux activités commerciales et prospection / business development de toutes les filiales du groupe (Airbus, Eurocopter, Sogerma, Missiles, Défense, Espace, …)
    o Prises de commande année 1998 : 18 M€, année 2000 : 100 M€

    Directeur Compensations Industrielles en Afrique du Sud EADS, Afrique du sud
    o Directeur de FIPRO (French Industrial Participation Representative Office), à Pretoria, Afrique du Sud, structure dédiée aux compensations industrielles dans le cadre de l’offre globale française pour la défense sud-africaine
    o Recherche et sélection de projets d’offsets pour 6 industriels français majeurs de la défense [EADS (Aérospatiale à l’époque), Dassault, Thales, Eurocopter, Giat, DCNS, ] création de partenariats économiques avec l’industrie sud-africaine
    Réponses à appels d’offre satellites et missions d’expertise Aerospatiale, Cannes Note : Le site Aerospatiale de Cannes est devenu Alcatel Space puis actuellement Thales Alenia Space
    o Réponses aux appels d’offre des programmes satellites
    o Auditeur du programme argentin NAHUELSAT
    o Représentant d’AEROSPATIALE chez DASA, Munich, Allemagne

    Directeur des Opérations en vol des satellites TURKSAT Aerospatiale, Turquie
    o Directeur des opérations de maintien à poste en Turquie du programme de satellites de télécommunication turcs TURKSAT, à Ankara, Turquie
    o Management des tests d’acceptation et de mise en service de la station de contrôle
    o Formation et l'encadrement d’une équipe franco-turque de 40 ingénieurs
    o Interface avec le client TURK TELEKOM
    o Management du transfert final du site et des opérations à l’équipe cliente

    Responsable AIT du télescope du satellite ISO Aerospatiale, Cannes et Liège
    o Responsable AIT (Assembly, Integration & Test) en salle blanche classe 100 à Cannes et à l’Institut Astrophysique de Liège (ESA), en Belgique
    o Définition et qualification d’une salle blanche classe 100 à flux laminaire avec banc optique

    Ingénieur Opérations en vol des satellites ARABSAT Aerospatiale, Tunisie
    o Ingénieur opérations en vol des satellites ARABSAT, à Riyad, Arabie Saoudite, début 1985, puis à Tunis, Tunisie
    o Récupération et repositionnement en orbite suite à défaillance technique

    Responsable AIT Aerospatiale, Cannes et Munich
    o Responsable réalisation et qualification des modules antenne des satellites TVSAT et TDF1 à Cannes et MBB (DASA), Munich
    o Mise au point et qualification d’une méthode universelle d’alignement (réglage optique) des équipements sensibles des satellites

    - Ingénieur, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers (ENSAM, 1975 - 79)
    - Master of science, CRANFIELD Institute of Technology, GB (CIT, 1979 - 80)

    - Nationalité française, marié, 2 enfants (autonomes, 20 et 25 ans)
    - Langues étrangères : - Anglais : courant lu, écrit, parlé (voir postes occupés) - Allemand : scolaire et pratique professionnelle
    - Habilitation défense (à renouveler)
    - Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur de la France (CCEF) (2003-2005)
    - Membre du Rotary

    Centres d’intérêts :
    - Vie à l’étranger, découverte d’autres cultures
    - Sport : mer et montagne

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