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     Date Submitted:20-06-2014
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     Current job:MAP engineer (manufacturing + design)
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     KeywordsI am a highly qualified aerospace engineer, graduated from the University of Seville with a year abroad at the Politecnico di Milano. I am fluent in 3 languages (Spanish, English, Italian) and have an advanced level of German. If you have an open posit
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    EDUCATION

     

    Master in Aerospace engineering– university of Seville, Spain. Sep 2006 – Dec 2011

    Exchange student program (Erasmus) – Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Sep 2010 – Jul 2011

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     MAP Wing A350.  Altran / Airbus  (Bremen, Germany) Jul 2012 – Apr 2013

     During the production and assembly of the wing and installations, problems arise as a result of design or manufacturing/installation errors.

     Some examples of errors we typically solve are:

    • Problems on the harnesses: clashes with other installations, they are too short or too long, kinks etc,
    • Problems on the connectors: wrong backshells orientations, damage during installation etc.
    • Deflection problems on highlift devices (Slat, spoilers, flaps,)
    • Damage on composite panels.
    • Bonding issues. Electrical conductivity between metallic parts is not achieved.
    • Fasteners not properly defined in drawings, maybe not correct size or materials so they burst.
    • Structural mistakes. Bracketery, ribs and spares.
    • Etc, etc 

    We manage these mistakes from the beginning, identifying them on the aircraft until they are completely solved. Deciding in which we need to make a design change or making a concrete repair for a specific aircraft. Successfully coordinating and supervising all the teams involved in the solution it is not an easy task, but I enjoy it! Normally I work with design offices, quality, shop floor support, ME, production, logistics, externals suppliers etc.  Moreover we are located in shifts directly in the wing to support quality and the technicians in any technical problem they have.

    All these problems cover the entire perimeter of the wing, multiple subsystems: electrical system, hydraulic, fuel, flight control, structures etc. It means, as it is impossible to be an expert in everything, that every time a new problem arise, we have to learn many new things. That makes my work a really interesting and challenging experience!

    It  is not space environment, however the kind of work I do, can be easily transfer to the space industry as mistakes in design/ production for sure appears also in the manufacturing of satellites!

     

    Technical Qualification Altran / Airbus  (Bremen, Germany) Jul 2012 – Apr 2013

    - Technical qualification of materials (composites and plastics), specified items (A350XWB Cargo / Passenger door components) and standard parts (hoses)

    - QTP, QTR, IPS, MARS, technical reports , analysis of test results and FAIRs

     

    Internship in General Services department  Airbus Military  (Sevilla, Spain) Sep 2011 – Jun 2012

     - Project Management activities (Quality, cost, time) as focal point to the General Services department at seven Spanish Airbus factories

    - Consolidation of LEAN philosophy with the creation of a virtual SQCDP and KPIs.

    - Cost reduction through economic analysis (SAP, OpEx, CapEx)

    - Performance improvement through the development of KPIs.

     

    Research on space propulsion systems  SPLab – (Milan, Italy)  Mar 2011 – Jun 2011

     - Laboratory experience,

    - Preparation of experimental apparatus and manufacture of thermocouples

    - Research project to develop new solid rocket propellant through characterization of MgB powders (Granularity, morphology & ignition temp) in different atmospheres

    - Comparison of test results/numerical analysis with the behavior of Al powders

     

      

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    English – Business fluent

    Spanish – Mother tongue

    Italian – Business fluent

    German – Advance

    French- Basic knowledge


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