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     Date Submitted:26-05-2014
     Last Modified:10-06-2014 (12:14)
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     Current job:Embedded Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
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    OBJECTIVE
    French native engineer specializing in development of embedded software in automotive and aerospace with extensive experience in the V-cycle process, seeking a position of senior embedded software engineer in United States.

    EXPERIENCE
    Nov 2013 - Present : Consultant for AKKA Technologies - France, TOULOUSE

    Nov 2013 - May 2014 : Worked as subcontractor at MEAS Spec - France, TOULOUSE
    Development of the bootloader and application software of an optical sensor compliant with ISO15765 to allow software programming via CAN bus.
    - Wrote the software requirements specification.
    - Developed the bootloader and user application software (C language).
    - Writing and execution of unitary tests.
    - Bug fix.
    - Wrote CAPL scripts to validate the sensor.

    May 2007 - Oct 2013 : Consultant for SOGETI High Tech - France, TOULOUSE

    Feb 2009 - Sep 2013 : Worked as subcontractor at ASTRIUM - France, TOULOUSE
    Development of the embedded flight software for GALILEO, AS250 and BEPI COLOMBO projects.
    - Wrote software requirements specifications.
    - Realized designs (UML language).
    - Developed several applications of the flight software (C language).
    - Wrote and executed unitary tests.
    - Managed subcontractors.
    - Wrote and executed validation tests on numerical test bench.

    May 2007 - Jan 2009 : Worked as subcontractor at CONTINENTAL - France, TOULOUSE
    Development of the embedded software for FORD Engine control unit.
    - Developed several work packages (C language).
    - Wrote and executed validation tests on test bench.
    - Integrated work package.
    - Supported team manager.

    Dec 2004 - Apr 2007 : Consultant for SII - France, TOULOUSE

    Nov 2006 - Apr 2007 : Worked as subcontractor at THALES ALENIA SPACE - France, TOULOUSE
    Validation of a FPGA developed for GALILEO project and integrated on an electronic board managing telecommand, telemetry and recovery of the satellite.
    - Wrote and executed tests to validate the FPGA.
    - Modified hardware design of the electronic board for FPGA needs.
    - Preformed electrical tests of the electronic board.

    Dec 2004 - Oct 2006 : Worked as subcontractor at CONTINENTAL - France, TOULOUSE
    Development and validation of software functions of the Body Control Module for W91 Renault, Hyundai and TG2R projects.
    - Wrote design documents.
    - Developed software functions (C language).
    - Wrote and executed unitary tests.
    - Wrote and executed validation tests on test bench.

    Jul 2001 - Oct 2004 : Consultant for REALIX Technologie - France, TOULOUSE

    Jul - Oct 2004 : REALIX Technologie - TOULOUSE
    Development of a test bench to program serial memories (bus SPI) thanks to a Motorola 9S12 evaluation board for THALES Avionics :
    - Realized hardware design of an electronic board to communicate with serial memories.
    - Developed the software (C language).
    - Tested and validated the bench.

    Jul 2002 - Jun 2004 : REALIX Technologie - TOULOUSE
    SABER modeling of A380 power supplies for customers THALES Avionics (France), DIEHL Avionik, LIEBHERR (Germany), PL PORTER (United States) and AIR LIQUIDE (France):
    - Managed projects (wrote technical proposals, planning).
    - Developed components in MAST (SABER language).
    - Tested and validated the model following the AIRBUS ABD100 standard.

    Jan - Jun 2002 : REALIX Technologie - France, TOULOUSE
    Chauffeur 2 project for RENAULT VI - France, Lyon. Project to regulate the trucks flow on highways thanks to an Adaptive Cruise Control and a Lane Keeping.
    - Managed the project.

    Jul 2001 - Dec 2001 : Worked as subcontractor at ASTRIUM - France, TOULOUSE
    Wrote a tests plan for ATV transponder following NASA and ESA test procedures.

    SKILLS
    Computer skills : ClearCase, ClearQuest, Eclipse, Topcased, CM/CS Synergie, PVCS, WinIdea, CANOE, VxWorks, Tornado, Trace32, CodeWarrior, SABER, Pspice, Windows, Linux, Office, Orcad.
    Electronics skills : Real time system, microprocessors (80xxx, 68xxx), microcontrollers (Intel, Motrola/Freescale, ERC 32, LEON 3, TriCore), ASICs, FPGA, VHDL, power electronics, signal processing.
    Programming languages : UML, C, Java, Assembler, C++, CAPL, Delphi 2, Visual Basic 5, Prolog.
    Languages : French (native speaker), English (good working knowledge), Spanish (average).

    EDUCATION
    June 2001 : Master’s Degree in Electronics and Computer Science Engineering School - ENIB (France, BREST)
    June 1997 : Associate’s Degree in Electronics - Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France
    June 1995 : High School Diploma in Mathematics

    ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS
    Sports : Playing soccer since 19 years in a club and managed the ENIB soccer team (2000-2001), Snowboard, Squash, Karting.
    Trips : Creta, Scotland, Spain, Portugal, England, Italy and Germany.
    Others : Music, Cinema.


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