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     Date Submitted:19-03-2014
     Last Modified:18-08-2014 (10:45)
    Job information
     Current job:Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsanalysis, design, development, testing, system validation, qualification, operations support, project manager, team leader


    1991-1997     Master in Mathematics Sciences, Specialty in Astronomy and Geodesy, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.


    2000-2001     PhD Courses, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain:

    • Planetary Limit Layer.
    • Boundary Conditions in the Physics Geography.

    2012                Master in Aircraft System Integration (MASI) Courses, Carlos III University, Leganés, Spain.

    • Basics of Aeronautic Engineering.
    • Communication Systems.
    • Air Navigations Systems

    2011                CMMI for Development v1.3, Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in SOPRA facilities, Madrid.

    2010                Master in Systems and Nets Communications Courses, Polytechnics University of Madrid.

    • Control and Comander.
    • Management of Security and Defense Projects.


    • From 2009 Airbus Defence and Space (Cassidian-GSS Military Air System):
    • From May 2012: MPDS Mission Planning Section Manager. MPDS is the multiplatform mission planning for fighters, including Eurofighter, used by the Spanish Army. Working directly with the customer at the Military Base of the Spanish Air Army in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid. In charge of:
    • Schedule the project phases and milestones.
    • Monitoring
    • Risks analysis
    • Quality and Configuration manager
    • Testing and V&V Qualification manager.


    • From Jan 2013 to May 2013: Qualification Manager and Configuration Manager for the A400 MPRS Mission Planning. MPRS is the A400 mission planning. Working at Getafe facilities. The main tasks:
    • Schedule the qualification activities
    • Manage the qualification team
    • Coordinate with the rest of team leaders (development, analysis)
    • Monitoring the testing tasks
    • Customer Support.


    • From Oct 2011 to Dec 2011: Team member of the SCAMPI group created for evaluating theCMMI level 2. Certification achieved in 2012.


    • From Sept 2010 to Oct 2011: AMPS Mission Planning Project Manager. AMPS is the Mission Planning for the A330 Air tanker for the English Royal Air Force (RAF). In charge of:
    • Schedule project activities and milestones
    • Monitoring the activities.
    • Coordinate with the rest of team leaders (development, analysis, testing)
    • Customer interface
    • Risk Analysis.
    • Manage and coordinate technical meetings with different stakeholders,
    • Support to the qualification team at the customer site.


    • From Feb 2009 to Sept 2010: MPS Mission Planning Technical Manager. MPS is the Mission Planning for the A330 Air tanker for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). In charge of:
    • Schedule project activities and milestones.
    • Manage and monitoring technical issues and teams.
    • Coordinate between analysis, testing and development teams
    • Customer interface and support
    • Manage and coordinate technical meetings with different stakeholders.


    • From 2000 to 2009           GMV, SA
    • 2001-2009: Flight Dynamics Division. FocusGeo is the tool to manage geostationary telecommunication satellites. Main Tasks:
    • Create technical proposals.
    • Schedule the project (tasks and milestones).
    • Meetings with the customer to discuss requirements and schedule.
    • Analysis of requirements.
    • SW Development (corrective and improvement).
    • Internal Testing..
    • Operational SW installation (at the customer site).
    • V&V (at the customer site).
    • Support on site in Paris, Germany and USA

    Projects: Nilesat (Egypt), Eutelsat (France), WorldSpace (USA).


    • 2008-2009: Mission Analysis Division.WSO is an observation Earth satellite. Main Task:
    • Main Task: Analysis of the different orbits to cover the Earth


    • 2004-2005. DISCOS Upgrade Project Manager.Mission Analysis Division. DISCOS is the ESA IT tool to access via website to space debris database. Main Tasks:
    • Schedule the project (tasks and milestones)
    • Manage the team resources.
    • Customer interface
    • Meetings and support on-site in ESA, Darmstadt (Germany).


    • 2000-2001. Hellios Validation and Verification Engineer. Control Center Division. Hellios is a military observation satellite.


    • From 1999 to 2000META4
    • QA Engineer. Research and Development Department. Meta4 is a solution to the wage pack for companies. Main tasks:
    • Create test procedures
    • Testing
    • Support


    Platforms:                              Windows, Linux, UNIX, MS-DOS.

    Data Bases:                            DOORS, Oracle, SqlServer, Informix and Sybase.

    Configuration Control:     TkCVS, CVS, CONFMAN.

    Computer Applications:    MS Office suite (Word, Excel, Project), Lotus Notes, SAP, UML

    Development languages:    FORTRAN, C++, Perl, cgi, OraPerl, LaTEX.


    Languages:   Spanish (Mother Tongue).

                             English (Fluent).

                             French (Basic).


    NATO and Spanish Defense Security Clearance.

    Driving license from 1992.

    Military Service (from May 1998 to February 1999).

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