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     Date Submitted:20-08-2014
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     Current job:ISIS ground segment AIV engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsAIV Ground Segment
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    COMPETENCIES

     

    Design of information system : Solaris, Linux, Oracle, Java, HTML, Python.

    Product assurance and Procedure

    Training

    Customer Relationship

    Project and Team management

    Communication and Public Relation

     

     

    PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCE

     

    Since Jan. 2014         AIV definition for ISIS Control Centre, AtoS  Toulouse on behalf of CNES

                                                   *Assembly Integration Validation

                                                   * Initiative for Space Innovative Standards

                                                   * Centre National d’Etude Spatiale

     

    ·       Responsible to design AIV tests for  ISIS

    -        Specification and development of Validation tests

    -        Definition of Satellite Database used for tests

    -        Definition of ground operational procedures

     

    ·       Creation of the Installation Manual for ISIS Control Centre

     

     

    June 2004 – Dec. 2013                     Centre National d’Etude Spatial , ATOS/Toulouse

    Team Gold Medal in 2009 delivered by the Royal Aeronautical Society

     

    Responsible of ATV – CC Validation and Qualification

                            *Automated Transfer Vehicle – Control Centre                 

     

    ·       Responsible for System Specificationupdate, 750 top level requirements

    ·       Definition of CC Validation strategy and planning before every mission

    ·       Organisation and follow up  of 50 successful tests for 4 ATV missions

    ·       Result analysis, System specification validation

    ·       Validation technical leader for European Space Agency (ESA) on behalf of CNES.

     

    Ground Controller & Instructor de l’ATV – CC

     

    ·       Ground Controler operational position in ATV-CC during 4 ATV missions

    ·       In cooperation with Houston/Nasa, Moscow/Roscosmos Control Centres

    ·       Define Ground operational procedure

    ·       Training instructor for the Ground Team  (14 people) during Operational Qualification

     

    ·       Public Relation by  presenting Control Center to visitors : Schools, CNES international partners

     

     

    Follow up of the « Monitoring and Control » subsystem for ATV-CC

     

    ·       Specification, development follow up and acceptance

    ·       Organization of End-to-End testing with International Partners (NASA, ROSCOSMOS and DLR).

     

    Jan. 2009 – Aug. 2009                      SPEED-EGNOS Project Leader, AtoS/Toulouse on behalf of Thales Alenia Space

     

    ·       Realisation of the SPEED platform

    ·       Team management

    ·       Client Relationship management / Thales Alenia Space

     

    Sept 2002 – June 2004          Head of maintenance– Space Dynamics, ATOS/CNES, Toulouse

                                                                         

    ·       Team management

    ·       Client relations / CNES Space Dynamics

    ·       Responsibility for change requests and corrections of anomalies

     

     

    Sept 2001 – Aug. 2002                      Project Leader,  Airbus Training Centre/Toulouse

     

    ·       Formalisation of user requirements

    ·       Coordination of development carried out by sub-contracters

     

     

    Nov.  1997 – Jull. 2001                     From  Development Engineer to  Project Manager

                                                   Cap Gemini, Paris La Défense (92)

                          

    ·       Project Leader for Gaz de France

    - Creation of websites (Internet/Extranet/Intranet) used by key account customers to manage their accounts/consumption (using Websphere, Java Servlet/JSP "MVC", XML, Oracle., Unix, Interface SAP).

     

    ·       Team Manager for Direction Générale des Impôts (Tax office),

    -        In charge of a team who were responsible for the specification and development of a system monitoring everyday  bank transfers

    -        Functional specifications, conception, realisation (Unix, Oracle, C) 

     

    ·       Development Engineer for la Lyonnaise des Eaux

    - Re-design of a global Corporate Information System.

    - Project comprising 100 people. (Designer 2000, Oracle)  

     

     

    Oct.  1996 – Oct. 1997                      Information System Engineer, Groupe La Redoute, Ile de France

     

    ·       Conception and realisation of applications to manage deliveries.

    ·       Consultancy on the evolution of Information Systems and the introduction of new Client/Server technology

     

     

    March 1994 - Oct. 1995         Development engineer, Le Moteur Moderne, Massy-Palaiseau

     

     

    ·       Software development :

    -        Calculation of material structures (Unix, C, Systus) 

    -        Project Management (Windows, Access)

     

     

     

    Jull. 1992 - Oct. 1993                        Information System Correspondent   informatique, French Embassy, Rome (Italie)

     

     

    ·       Technical assistant, training.

     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    1989-1992                  General engineer, speciality in mechanics

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