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     Date Submitted:05-02-2014
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     Current job:Remote Sensing Consultant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywords•Remote Sensing, Geodesy, Geophysics, Cartography, Geographical Information Systems •Geospatial Data Management •Project Management. Project design. Data QC and service quality validation •Technical coordination of people. Technical project ma
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    Professional skills 

    • Remote Sensing, Geodesy, Geophysics, Cartography, Geographical Information Systems
    • Geospatial Data Management
    • Project Management. Project design. Data QC and service quality validation
    • Technical coordination of people. Technical project management. Business development management. Training and Consultancy management. Delivering user/customer technical support and consultancy services
    • Geoscience background (geophysics, minex, petex, economic geology, geology)
    • Qualified trainer for Remote Sensing, Geodesy
    • Qualified geo-explorer

    Technical skills
    • Sound knowledge of computer sciences
    • Strong technical background in geospatial data management
    • Strong scientific/technical experience in exploiting multispectral, HR optical and radar data sources for EO applications in the domain of natural resources, oil&gas, hazards and risks, climate changes, meteorology, disaster monitoring, landuse, environment
    • 18 years experience in geospatial data manipulation and management, and advanced spatial data processing (VHRHRMR multispectral optical data, SAR data, LIDAR and laserscan, bathymetric, and geophysical data) applying remote sensing techniques to geological/engineering and geophysical mapping, automatic feature detection, CDA, natural resources prospecting, landuse planning and monitoring, disaster managing, and integrating remotely-sensed products with GIS
    • 18 years experience in digital cartography, databases and Geographical Information Systems modelling, GIS-based solutions delivery, GPS data processing, 3D Modelling, geophysical data acquisition and processing
    • 15 years experience in the GPS system and navigation
    • 9 years experience in supporting the implementation of desktop and web-based GIS solutions for specific applications, e-Commerce and e-Government
    • EU project design. Definition of EU standards (OGC, INSPIRE)
    • Technical knowledge of Web enabled data sharing and distribution applications

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    12.2013 - ongoing COORDINATOR of the Technical and Scientific Committee - Sardinia Aerospace District (DASS) - Italy
    Performing functions on control and supervision over the DASS activities, providing the scientific guide lines and designing the technological innovation objectives

    06.2012 – 10.2013 GEOCONSULTANT - Environment Department – Government of Sardinia (Italy)
    - Coastal Management Programme PO-FESR 2007 – 2013 – EU Strategic Project – Monitoring coastal erosion. High professional RS and GIS geo-consultancy for designing the new Coastal Program Regulation Plan
    - Collaboration within the activities of the Action A "network for monitoring coastal erosion" of the Strategic Project Italy France Maritime Operational Programme 2007-2013 ResMAR addressing the issues of coastal erosion and the dynamics of coastal management for the preparation of the Atlas of the Rocky coasts of Sardinia (www.res-mar.eu)

    12.2012 – 10.2013 MEMBER of the Organising Committee - Sardinia Aerospace District (DASS) - Italy
    Design and implementation of consensual agreements between public institutions and several actors involved in the aerospace industry, for the definition of the program of initiatives designed to recognize the Aerospace District Sardinia under the terms and in the manner prescribed by the regulations

    07.2013 – 09.2013 TECHNICAL MANAGER - National Geographics Society (Washington, D.C. USA)
    Technical leader for the HD 4D laserscanner survey of giant underground voids (China)

    04.2012 - ongoing COLLEGIATE PROFESSOR (no tenured) – Forestry Faculty - University of Sassari (Italy)
    Teaching "Analysis of satellite data for vegetation studies based on GPS mapping and remotely sensed data processing"

    04.2012 – 09.2012 GEOCONSULTANT - Spatial Energy GmbH
    Providing training and consultancy to the Oil Industry in the domain of EO data (satellite, airborne, LIDAR, bathymetry)
    07.2010 – 07.2011

    PROJECT MANAGER – University of Cagliari (Italy)
    EU LIFE + Nature and Biodiversity Program. Responsible for the activities of designing and monitoring the implementation of the Geographical Information System of complex biodiversity sites based on commercial satellite and video image processing
    (www.providune.it/en/public/home)

    06.2006 – 07.2010 GEOCONSULTANT – Ministry of Environment, Italy – Government of Sardinia (Italy)
    - working group for designing the Environmental Asset Geographical Information System of the Sardinian Landuse Regulation Plan Project based on the new generation EO data sources and scientifically validated EO methods
    - at Government level, responsible for the evaluation of EO data sources to support the activities of territory and disaster management and monitoring (flooding, fire)
    - author of the Technical Specification documentation for the GIS design and implementation of the new Sardinia geological map (geological database), pedological map and geomorphological map (standard ISO 19115-2 – INSPIRE compliant)

    11.2008 – 02.2009 PROJECT MANAGER – MIT – Ministry of University and Research (Italy)
    Responsible for the activities of design, application commissioning, implementation and delivery of the Geographical Information System for the Sardinian Road Cadastre implemented on orthophotos, LIDAR and HR satellite data (INSPIRE compliant)

    05.2006 – 12.2008 PROJECT MANAGER – Compucart srl – Italy
    Managing all activities of software design, commissioning, implementation and delivery of the Sardinian Municipalities Topographic Databases. Working group: 25 people; project value: 1.8 Million Euros

    03.2005 – 08.2007 PROJECT MANAGER – Cagliari Municipality – Sardinia, Italy
    Responsible for all activities (design, SW commissioning and delivery) to constitute the topographic database and the geodatabase implementation for City Water Service and Utility Department
    Working group: 20 people; project value: 5 Million Euros

    12.2003 – 11.2008 PROJECT MANAGER - Urban and Land Planning Dept. – Government of Sardinia (Italy)
    - Working group coordination, SW design and commissioning and delivery of the Topographic Database (Master Map) of Region Sardinia. Working group: 25 people; project value: 2 Million Euros
    - Working group coordination, SW design and commissioning and delivery of the Topographic Database upgrades. Working group: 10 people; project value: 0.8 Million Euros
    - Evaluating new EO data sources and setting up the processing procedures to support the project activities

    01.2004 – 05.2004 GEOCONSULTANT – Ministry of Environment, Italy – Government of Sardinia (Italy)
    PON-ATAS Program – Land use Framework Project
    Providing scientific and technical consultancy to the policy makers in the domain of EO environment data for creating the Regional Hydrogeological Asset Plan (PAI) Information System

    01.2004 – on going RS - EO - GPS QUALIFIED TRAINER


    03.2003 – 12.2003 DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ENGINEER – EUMETSAT - Darmstadt, Germany
    UMARF – Data Management, calibration-validation of work-flows system procedures for archiving (data ingestion: 60 GB/day), retrieving and publishing of MeteoSat 4-7 and MSG1 data


    07.2002- 03.2003 GEOSCIENCE CONSULTANT – PGS Reservoir Consultants Ltd, UK
    Remote sensing, seismic, grav&mag data processing, interpretation using no-traditional geophysical processing systems (ASAT). Setting importing procedures and/or links to/from Landmark and SMT seismic packages and remote sensing applications (North Sea Mega Survey Project; North Sea Digital Atlas 2.0 Project; South-North Sea Digital Atlas 3.0)
    2002 GEOSCIENCE CONSULTANT – Earth Resource Mapping Ltd, EAME, UK
    Project design and monitoring the implementation of applications and procedures linked to the use of remote sensing processing systems for analysing and interpretation geophysical and multispectral data

    2001 INDIPENDENT CONSULTANT and QUALIFIED TRAINER for spatial computing and EO data processing - UK
    Project management providing a wide range of experienced advises in analysing and interpretation of geophysical and EO data. Dealing with EO service providers for the QC for new generation satellite pre-processed data (EROS, SPOTX, RADARSAT). Trainer/Consultant for applications requiring the use of image processing software. GIS for geology, natural resources, environment and land management

    1998 - 2001 Earth Resource Mapping Ltd, United Kingdom
    - TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY DIVISION MANAGER
    Responsible for the Consultancy Division Team, providing a wide range of experienced advises in the field of RS and digital mapping. Project Management. Validation and improvement of the in-house software development. On-site and off-site technical support services
    - TRAINING MANAGER
    Assigned to establish a new training division within the company and develop revenue stream for the EAME region. Establishment of the accredited training centre network, management of external trainers and consultants. Providing training, software application support, and bespoken course design and consulting for remote sensing minex and petex applications
    - PRODUCT MANAGER
    In the UK office, responsible for the requirement processes and the commissioning activities for ERM application tools for geology and georesources
    - TECHNICAL SUPPORT MANAGER
    Software application support. Analysis and report on beta testing on in-house new Earth Resource Mapping technology and software prototypes. Support and advice of general marketing and sales strategies. Office IT management
    - TECHNICAL SERVICES SPECIALIST
    Pre and post sales technical support for the ER Mapper digital image processing system. ER Mapper Training for minex and oil&gas applications

    1996 – 1998 POST-DOC RESEARCHER - Imperial College, London (UK) – University of Cagliari, Italy
    Geophysical, multispectral and SAR satellite data processing for monitoring distribution of mining related pollution sources. Environmental cartography and analysis of abounded mining districts through integration of RADAR and optical multispectral
    1995 – 1996 RESEARCH ASSISTANT - CNR (National Research Council) - Italy
    Geophysical data acquisition and management. Specification, testing and verification of processing routines for geophysical data. Development of prospecting techniques in the mineral exploration application field

    1992 – 1995 Ph.D Researcher – University of Cagliari - Italy
    Seismic and electromagnetic data acquisition, processing and interpretation. Ore reserve, economic and geostatistical evaluation

    1991 – 1992 TRAINER – Sardinian Government TC – Italy
    Providing training on digital mapping, basic computing

    1987 – 1991 TECHNICAL ASSISTANT - University of Cagliari, (Italy)
    Oceanographic Cruises on S/O Bannock. Geophysical and geological data acquisition


    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    Date 1996 – 1997
    Degree DIC –Remote Sensing
    University Royal School Mines - Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London (UK)
    Date 1997
    Degree Post-Doctoral - Remote Sensing
    University DIGITA, University of Cagliari and Royal School of Mines - Imperial College, London (UK)
    Date 1993
    Degree Master – Seismic data processing
    University Federal ETH, Zurich - Switzerland
    Date 1992 – 1995
    Degree PhD Minex E&P Geophysics
    University DIGITA – University of Cagliari - Italy
    Date 1991
    Degree Professional Geologist Qualification
    University University of Cagliari - Italy
    Date 1986 - 1991
    Degree First Degree – Geophysics Science (110/110 cum laude)
    University University of Cagliari – Italy

    TRAINING/SEMINARS QUALIFIED TRAINER (complete list available under request)
    - United Nation LB - UNLB (Italy) -5-days TC to UN staff on Remote Sensing and satellite image processing
    - University of Sassari (Italy) – advanced training program on SPOT5 image processing (vegetation and burn ratios) for analysing and mapping burned areas
    - Malta Environment & Planning Authority- MEPA (Malta) - providing training on RS classification within the National Environmental Monitoring Infrastructure and Capacity Project – EU Funding
    - C.I.F., Sardinian Government (Italy) - providing training on GIS applied to Environmental Data
    - Management
    - Urban Planning Dept. Region Campania (Italy) – providing training on satellite images mapping techniques on areas affected by natural and anthropogenic disasters
    - Civil Protection Dept. Sardinian Government (Italy) - providing advanced training on GPS data acquisition and management for disaster management (fire, flooding)
    - Environment Science and Policy Dept. - George Mason University (USA) - Training on RADAR Remote sensing for Risk Management
    - Libyan Centre for Remote Sensing and Space Science (LCRSSS), Libya - Remote sensing for geological applications
    - Hydrocontrol (Italy) - training on “Analysis of different type of multispectral satellite data"
    - Sardinian Government Training Centre (CRFP), Sardinia (Italy) - providing remote sensing GIS and GPS lectures within the “Environmental and Heritage Databases – GIS and GPS data acquiring techniques” Project
    - A.S.E.L. (Italy) - e-learning program. Multimedia RS/GPS/GIS training applied to territory management. Government Program 2000/2006 – ELSE Project “Sardinia toward the e-government”
    - CRFP - RAS (Italy) - advanced training program on RS, GIS and GPS for environmental assessment of Marine National Parks
    - SIGEA (Italy) - advanced training program on GPS cartography
    Environment Department, Sardinian Government (Italy) - providing training on GIS to government employees on Environmental Data Management

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Languages (Common European Framework of Reference (CEF)
    Mother tongue(s) Italian/Sardinian

    English C2 C2 C2 C2 C2
    Spanish B1 B1 B1 A2 A2
    French A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
    Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user

    Computer skills
    • Image processing software: ERDAS Imagine, ERDAS ER Mapper, ENVI-IDL, TshArc, Blue Marble
    • Desktop/Standard/Open GIS: ESRI ArcInfo, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS 9.x, ArcView, Cadcorp SIS suite, AutoDesk MAP, Geomedia, Terranova, qGIS, GRASS, gvSIG
    • GPS: Terrasync, Ozi Explorer, ESRI ArcPAD
    • Laserscanning: RiscanPRO
    • Web-GIS: Geognosis, Google Earth, Image Web Server, Map Server, MapGuide,
    • Database: PostgresSQL/PostGIS, Oracle 11g, MS Access
    • Geophysics Pkgs: Geosoft Oasis Montaj, Seiswork, Zycor/Zmap, SMT Kingdom Suite
    • Programming: IDL, ERDAS batch scripting, JavaScript, Visual C, BASIC

    Organisational/managerial/ job-related skills

    • Results-oriented; flexible to work in a wide range of technical areas; self-motivated
    • Team player; able to work effectively both in a team setting and in autonomy. Accuracy, confidentiality
    • Strong interpersonal skills. Excellent communication and intercultural skills. Flexible work ethic
    • Strong field worker. Willingness to travel
    Other skills Geoscientist. Qualified geo-explorer

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Publications (Detailed list available if requested)
    45 articles published on national and international scientific, EO, RS books and magazines

    Training and Seminars (Detailed list available if requested):
    30 TC delivered to Oil and Minex Companies
    20 TC delivered to Local governments and public Institutions
    20 TC delivered to Service Companies
    30 TC delivered to University
    Over 30 Seminars for University, Ministries, Governments, Energy Industry

    Projects Main project, realised as responsible or co-responsible (Details available if requested)
    2013 Project Coastal Objective PO-FESR 2007 – 2013 – Operative Objective 4.1.1 – Strategic Project Po Marittimo Res-Mar AS A – Monitoring coastal erosion (www.regione.sardegna.it)
    2013 RESMAR - “Rete per il monitoraggio dell’erosione costiera”(http://www.res-mar.eu)
    2010 PROVIDUNE Project – LIFE and Nature 2000 and Biodiversity EU Program (www.providune.it)
    2009 Regional Plan for preventing fire hazards (Civil Protection-RAS - www.regione.sardegna.it)
    2006 Sardinian Landscape Plan Regulation (RAS, Italy www.sardegnaterritorio.it)
    2005 Topographic Geodatabase for Sardinian Municipalities (Compucart SRL www.compucart.it)
    2005 Geographic Geodatabase for Cagliari Water Service and Utility Department (Cagliari Municipality Sardinia - Italy, www.comune.cagliari.it)
    2004 Sardinian 10k Geodatabase Master map (Italy) (Project Manager – Assess. Urban Planning- RAS, Italy – www.sardegna.geoportale.it )
    2003 UMARF – (EUMETSAT - www.eumetsat.int)
    2002 “North Sea Mega Survey” (PGS UK – www.pgs.com)
    2002 “North Sea Digital Atlas 2.0” (PGS UK – www.pgs.com)
    2001 “Data Integration in the Oil Industry” Conoco - Shell (Earth Resource Mapping www.ermapper.com)
    2001 “Solution for Protected Areas”(Earth Resource Mapping www.ermapper.com)
    2001 “Solution for Local Government” (Earth Resource Mapping – www.ermapper.com)
    2000 “Imperial War Museum” London (Earth Resource Mapping www.ermapper.com)
    1999 eMapSite (Earth Resource Mapping – www.emapsite.com; www.ermapper.com)
    1998 Getmapping (Earth Resource Mapping – getmapping.com; www.ermapper.com)
    1998 “Historic Mapping Project” (Earth Resource Mapping – www.ermapper.com)

    Conferences (Detailed list available if requested)
    Participation to over 40 international conferences

    Geographical Exploration
    20 years of speleological activity. Board member Italian Speleological Society, Italian delegate for UIS Survey & Mapping Working Group. Responsible for the Speleo Cadastre Data (FSS).
    Scuba Diving
    4th level (Open Water; Advanced; Rescue; Medic First Aid) PADI and ANIS patent (Professional Diver). Underwater surveys as a professional diver for geological, geomorphological and archaeological studies
    Membership Remote Sensing Society (RSS); Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG), Italian Association of Remote Sensing (AIT), Automated Mapping / Facilities Management / Geographic Information Systems (AMFM), Italian Speleological Society (SSI); Sardinian Speleo Society (FSS), SCUBA Diving Int’l Ass. (PADI, ANIS); Italian Federation of UNESCO Clubs (FICLU)
    Foreign/Travelling After developing a strong knowledge of the environments and cultures of my Island and, more generally, Italy. I’ve worked and travelled around:
    (Europe): Italy, Great Britain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Scandinavian Countries, Russia, Slovenia, Poland, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Holland, Denmark, Austria, Malta
    (Africa): South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, Ethiopia, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya
    (Middle East): Israel, Jordan, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar
    (Americas): United States, Mexico, Brazil, Chile
    (Asia): Turkey, China, Philippines
    Mediterranean Sea: about 10 scientific cruises 


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    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)562211007 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.

     

    Warning:

    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in @yourcompany.com. Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing sales@space-careers.com. Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

     
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