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     Date Submitted:18-05-2014
     Last Modified:25-05-2014 (01:53)
    Job information
     Current job:Business Analyst
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsCost Engineering, Structural Analysis, PRICE H, TruePlanning, Finite Element Analysis, Aerospace Structures, Project Management Operations, Contract Management
    CV

    OBJECTIVE 

    Seeking an engineering position within leading company operating in the aerospace industry

     

    SUMMARY

    A Master-qualified Space Engineer with detailed knowledge of cost-engineering for satellites and platforms gained through a thesis developed at the ESA Centre for Earth Observation.
    Highly developed team-work skills combined with finely honed resource management skills.
    Punctual, precise and reliable. Action and results oriented.

    Specialties: Cost Engineering, Project Management, Contract Management, Structural Analysis.

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    2009 - 2012

    Master Degree in Space Engineering, Università ‘La Sapienza’, Rome, Italy

    Specialisation in Structural Analysis and Costing of Satellites and Platforms

    Grade: 108/110 (2.1 equivalent)

    Subjects studied included:

    • Structural Dynamics,
    • Astrodynamics,
    • Space attitude and systems,
    • Solid and Liquid Propellant Rockets,
    • Electric thruster,
    • Space Materials,
    • Problems in Thermal Structures,
    • Satellite Communication Systems

    Thesis developed on “Structural analysis and cost analysis of multipayload adapter VESPA (Vega Secondary Payload Adapter)”

    As part of the thesis, two models of VESPA were manufactured: the first in composite material, the second using an aluminium alloy. An FEM structural analysis and a PRICE-H cost analysis were performed on both models. The results of such technical and economic evaluations allow the creation of new configurations of multi-payload in order to optimize design, functionality and cost.

    Sept 2011 - July 2012

    ESA - ESRIN, Centre for Earth Observation, Frascati, Rome, Italy - Trainee

    Development of a technical and economic assessment of the multipayload adapter Vespa.
    This device will be used in future missions of the VEGA launcher.

    Developed excellent organisational and inter-personal skills. Entrusted with the use and analysis of confidential data. Demonstrated the utmost reliability and trustworthiness.

    July 2012

    PEGASUS Certificate, Università ‘La Sapienza’, Rome, Italy

    Document certifying that the student has successfully completed a prescribed programme of study providing the skills required to operate as an Engineer in the Aeronautics and Aerospace industries

    2004 - 2008

    Bachelor Degree in Aerospace Engineering, Università ‘La Sapienza’, Rome, Italy

    Subjects studied included:

    • Mission analysis of the aero-assisted maneuvers;
    • Description of electric propulsion and related missions developed;
    • Study of optimal trajectories for interplanetary transfer (Earth-Mars);
    • Aero-assisted maneuvres and setting of the problem for aerobraking maneuvers.

    Thesis developed on “Optimisation of trajectories” regarding the Earth-Mars interplanetary transfer for a probe equipped with a non-conventional propulsion system consisting of the combination of an electric engine and a solar sail. The thesis’ findings allow to estimate the theoretical improvements that a hybrid propulsion system offers over an electric-only propulsion system such as that used on SMART-1.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Sept 2012 - Current

    Bip - Business Integration Partners, Rome, Italy - Business Analyst

    Consulting firm specialising in Business Integration and Innovation
    Responsible for providing strategic support to Clients.

    o Support for Service Management System ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 implementation and certification activities (project plan, requirements analysis, suppliers plan, changes plan, risks plan, quality plan).
    o Support for ISO 20000-1 training activities for a wide variety of Clients’ employees
    o Monitoring and reporting on active IT projects in the transportation industry as part of the Project Management Office (PMO) activities
    o Contract Management of IT projects in the transportation industry

    2005 - Sept 2012

    Private teacher to high school and university students. 

    Specialising in mathematics; physics and electromagnetism; Italian.



    TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

    Computing:

    Structural Analysis: excellent knowledge of ADINA and NASTRAN

    Cost Engineering: excellent knowledge of PRICE H

    Knowledge and document management: excellent knowledge of Alfresco

    Programming: excellent knowledge of FORTRAN, MATLAB, SIMULINK

    Microsoft Office: excellent knowledge of suite including Visio and MS Project.

    Certificate in Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL-2011 Foundation) for IT service management.

    Languages:

    Italian – Mother tongue, English – intermediate.

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