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     Date Submitted:10-07-2014
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     Current job:Manager, Radio Networks and Infrastructure
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     Keywordsnetwork networking project programme manager radio rf satcom satellite technology telecom telecommunications telemetry umts voice wireless 3G inmarsat
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    TECHNOLOGY LEAD   |   SOLUTIONS DELIVERY

     

    Solutions-oriented engineering manager with background in satellite telecommunications.  Notable success identifying technology solutions, and developing complex systems for new products and services.  Highly qualified and extensively trained professional with over 25 years of systems engineering experience, now at senior management level.

    Programme lead, excelling at leading cross-functional teams and coordinating multiple projects simultaneously.  Creative ability to assimilate various technologies and develop innovative products.  Continuously demonstrates first‑rate communication and collaboration skills, gained through working and living on four continents.

    Passionate about bringing technology development and on-time delivery into an expanding and innovative company to provide customer benefits.

    Core Competencies

     

    • Business development.Demonstrated competency in translating business requirements into pragmatic solutions including opportunity identification, requirements development, delivery, support, and analysis
    • Supplier management. Hands-on experience managing supplier relationships, with a drive to deliver the required product
    • Team management.Managing cross-functional teams for fast-paced projects within complex programmes. Able to coordinate and direct all phases of projects while managing, motivating, and leading team initiatives in a collaborative environment

                                              

    Professional Experience

     

     

     

     

     

    2010 – present

    London, UK

    Inmarsat Ltd.                     Manager, Radio Network and Infrastructure

    satellite telecommunications

                                                 

    Created a team responsible for design and development of innovative new capabilities and services, resulting in delivery of first-to-market solutions. Currently working with product teams to develop customer requirements for a 5G service and deliver into the business.

     

    Responsible for development of the Radio Access Networks for Inmarsat. This is a proprietary technology that forms the basis of a 3G cellular network via satellite.

     

     

     

    2008 – 2009

    Hawaii, USA

    Site Manager

    Promoted to create a start-up installation and build teams at a facility in Hawaii, resulting in on‑time delivery of a new 3G service providing global connectivity.

     

     

     

     

    2006 – 2007

    Italy

    Systems Engineer

    Initiated concept of an Inmarsat back-up facility in Italy, and relocated to manage installation and service introduction, through the use of dynamic team allocation.

     

    2005 – 2006

    Copenhagen, Denmark

    Seconded as lead point person to manage a major supplier having difficulties with delivery, resulting in contract back on track and successful delivery.

     

    2001 – 2005

    London, UK

    Generated new service capabilities for Inmarsat. These projects require a depth of system understanding, along with the capability to manage suppliers and internal processes to delivery.

     

    2000 – 2001

    Washington DC, USA

     

    1999 - 2000

    Melbourne, Australia

     

    1997 - 1999

    London, UK

     

    NEC Ltd.                                                                     Systems Engineer

    satellite telecommunications

                                                                                         

    Based in London on system design on ICO programme, then responsible for integration and test, leading to delivery and handover to the customer at ground stations in Australia and USA.

     

     

     

     

    1991 - 1997

    London, UK

    Inmarsat Ltd.                                                             Systems Engineer

    satellite telecommunications                                           

    Delivered system development engineering on Inmarsat evolution products and delivered within the engineering teams on new services.

     

     

    1994

    Kigali, Rwanda

    placement to Rwanda

    Seconded to Save the Children Fund, Kigali, Rwanda to install communications infrastructure.

     

                                                                       

     

    1990 – 1991

    Sierra Leone

    Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO)              Electronics Instructor

    Bonthe Technical Training College                 

    education/aid

     


     

    1984 - 1990

    Portsmouth, UK

     

     

    Marconi Space Systems Ltd.,            Apprentice/Systems Engineer

    satellite payload manufacturer

     

     

    Education

     

    1988            BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Plymouth Polytechnic

    1993            Postgraduate Certificate in Economics, London University

     

    Affiliations

     

    Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology

    Member Register Engineers for Disaster Relief

     

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