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     Date Submitted:10-03-2014
     Last Modified:12-03-2014 (09:05)
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     Current job:AIT satellite mechanical engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAssembly Integration and Tests of Telecom Satellites Antennas integration and tests Telecom satellites launch campaign In Orbit operations Product Assurance ATV control center integration ATV Jules Verne operations Ariane 5 and Soyuz launchers grou
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    Arts & Métiers (ENSAM) Engineer

    Master’s degree in Mechanics and Engineering

    Sex : Male

    Nationality : French

    Married – 6 children                                  

    33 years old – Driver license

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Since June 2011 (Permanent contract) : EADS Astrium Satellites (Toulouse) – Telecom AIT Mechanical & Alignment Engineer :

    §  Engineering and preparation of integration, assembly, alignment and tests activities

    §  Responsible for integration and alignment of telecom S/C antennas and appendices (sensors, actuators, solar arrays)

    §  Engineering and preparation of mechanical tests, RF tests and S/C launch configuration

    §  MGSE and mechanical protections specification for S/C activities

    §  Interface with project team and customer for mechanical operations reporting and  alignment results synthesis

    §  Synergy and coordination with clean room operations

    §  Responsible for mechanical operations during S/C launch campaign

     

    January 2009 – June 2011 (Permanent contract) : EADS Astrium Satellites (Toulouse) – IOS (In Orbit Services) Product Assurance Manager :

    §  In orbit anomalies management for the whole Eurostar fleet (E2000, E2000+ and E3000)

    §  Quality support during in orbit operations

    §  Within the Telecom division, PA interface between Astrium and customers for in orbit anomalies topics, involvement into major anomalies investigations’ teams (Tiger Teams)

     

    February 2006 – December 2008 (Permanent contract) : APAVE SUDEUROPE as subcontractor for CNES (Toulouse Space Centre)ATV-CC Product Assurance Manager :

    §  Quality support during ATV Jules Verne operations phase from February 2008 up to September 2008

    §  Quality support during the tests of operational qualification phase: OQ tests, SVT (System Validation tests) with EADS Astrium ST, Interface tests with international partners (NASA, DLR and RSCC)

    §  Quality support during technical qualification phase and ATV Control Centre development

    §  VCD management (Verification Control Document : update of ESA requirements traceability database)

     

    March 2005 - January 2006 (Permanent contract) : GT LOGISTICS, subsidiary of GT group (Bordeaux)Logistics project manager :

    §  Outsourcing of various customers’ logistics activities: process improvement, quality and security management.

    §  Bids & proposals, audits.

     

    February-June 2004 : 6 months training period with DASSAULT-AVIATION St Cloud and the  TREFLE (ENSAM) UMR CNRS 8508 laboratory: Validation of the preliminary phase of design software “Constraint Explorer” by the study of an U.A.V Air Conditioning System.

     


    EDUCATION & TRAINING

     

    2004: One-year post graduate programme in Mechanics and Engineering (option Materials & composites) at Bordeaux Science University.

     

    July-September 2003: 3 months engineer training period at CNES / Guiana Space Center at Kourou, in ground safety division: Evaluation of the hazards linked to overpressure and fragments projection in the case of a launcher explosion (application to Ariane 5 and Soyouz).

     

    July 2002: One month working training period in STAVI AQUITAINE, subsidiary of the GT Group (Générale de Traction): trucks maintenance and repairing.

     

     During the engineer school period, responsible for the ENSAM communication policy among education structures (student forums, presentation in high schools, visits of ENSAM).

     

    2001-2004: Three-year programme leading to a nation-wide engineer’s degree at E.N.S.A.M. (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts & Métiers), a leading Graduate School of Engineering in France, with specialization in Aeronautics and Space (third year).

     

    1999-2001: Two-year programme of higher education in Physics and Technology.

     

    1999: A’Levels (Mathematics, Physics, Biology).

     

    Languages:      French: mother tongue

    English: fluent (TOEIC 780)

    Spanish: read, written and spoken.

     

    INTERESTS & HOBBIES

     

    Astronomy & Astronautics

    Photo & Video

    Music (guitar, piano)

    Boy Scout during 10 years, responsibilities within the youngest and the eldest levels.

    First-aid certificate.

    Practice of some sports: Rugby, tennis.


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