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     Date Submitted:20-11-2014
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     Current job:Technical Head of a Naval Combat System
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
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     KeywordsNaval Combat Systems, BiD preparation, System Engineering, Integration, Project management. Team working; Multicultural working experience; English, French
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    Barbara Mauti

    Sex: Female

    Date of birth: 19/06/1973 

    Nationality: Italian


    WORK EXPERIENCE

    April2014 – onward

    Technical Head of RAN40L Early Warning Radar for Indian Navy
    Technical Head of BiD for new projects

    Selex ES (Via Tiburtina – Rome – IT)
    As RAN40L Technical Head:
    ▪ Radar Design Authority, responsible for correct system design and respect of contractual requirements
    ▪ In charge of onboard activities schedule for executing acceptance tests with the Customer and writing Test Result Reports
    ▪ Focal Point for Customer and Suppliers concerning RAN40L integration within the new Indian Aircraft Carrier Combat System

    As Technical Head within the Integrated Project team for BiD preparation:
    ▪ Responsible of technical proposal, in charge of indentification and design of the best system solution in accordance to Customer RFQ.
    ▪ Estimation of Solution Cost and Preliminary Project Plan
    ▪ Coordination of all the involved company functions for the definition of a well structured and complete technical proposal.
    ▪ Focal Point for Customer and Suppliers on proposed design

    January 2014 – April2014

    Focal Point of NATO BMD BiD
    Selex ES (c/o Lockheed Martin – Philadelphia– USA)
    ▪ Part of the Joint SELEX ES/Lockheed Martin team in charge of the preparation for the NATO BMD Technical proposal

    March 2013 – December 2013

    Technical Head of Falaj 2 Project for the UAE Navy (2 stealth ships)
    Selex ES (Jabal Ali Naval Base – Dubai – UAE)
    ▪ Completion of Ships Integrated Harbour Acceptance Test (I-HAT) and Integrated Sea Acceptance Test (I-SAT) in Abu Dhabi (UAE)
    ▪ Activities Plan and Coordination of the Fire Control System Real Firing Execution with 76/62 SR Gun
    ▪ In charge of onboard activities schedule
    ▪ Coordination of Falaj Integration team
    ▪ Focal Point for Customer and Suppliers concerning Combat System integration

    June 2010 – March 2013

    Technical Head of Abu Dhabi Class Corvette, Integration & Validation Manager, of both Abu Dhabi Class and Falaj 2 projects for the UAE Navy
    Selex ES (Muggiano Shipyard – La Spezia – IT)
    ▪ Abu Dhabi Class Combat System Design Authority, responsible for correct system design and respect of contractual requirements
    ▪ In charge of onboard activities schedule for executing internal integration tests, reporting bugs and checking sw update, executing official acceptance tests with the Customer and writing Test Result Reports
    ▪ Coordination of Abu Dhabi Class and Falaj Integration team
    ▪ Harmonisation and optimisation of integration processes, with the aim of maximizing commonalities between the 2 projects
    ▪ Focal Point for Customer and Suppliers concerning CS integration

    September 2009 – June 2010

    Combat System Engineering Manager of the Abu Dhabi Class Corvette for the UAE Navy
    Selex ES (Via Tiburtina – Rome – IT)
    ▪ In charge of the Abu Dhabi Class Corvette Bid up to the contract acquisition phase with the Customer.
    ▪ Combat System Design Authority, responsible for correct system design and respect of contractual requirements
    ▪ Head of the System Engineering team in charge of the of Combat System Technical Specification definition
    ▪ Coordination of SubContractors during the System Design Phase
    ▪ Author of the System Test Plan (STP)
    ▪ Head of the Integration & Test team in charge of the Acceptance Test Procedure definition

    November 2008 - September 2009

    Project Manager of the Main Anti Air Missile System (SAAM-ESD) within the FREMM Combat System for the Italian Navy
    Selex ES (Via Tiburtina – Rome – IT)
    ▪ Definition of SAMM ESD Interface Requirement Specification (IRS).
    ▪ Definition of SAAM ESD integration plan

    June 2007 – November 2008

    System Engineer, FREMM Program CMS (Combat Management System), within the Combat Systems Department
    Selex ES (Via Tiburtina – Rome – IT)
    ▪ CMS Man Machine Interface Requirement Specification (MMI OIDD)
    ▪ Definition of CMS Sub System Specification (SSS) Requirements
    ▪ Definition of CMS System/Subsystem Description Document (SSDD) Requirements

    April 2005 - May 2007

    Command&Control Test Manager during the PAAMS(E) anti air missile system qualification phase onboard Nave Carabiniere (frigate of the Italian Navy).
    Selex ES (Italian Naval Base – La Spezia – IT and French Naval Base – Toulon -FR)
    ▪ Within the PAAMS(E) team, responsible of the Command and Control (C2) during the System Acceptance Phase onboard Nave Carabiniere
    ▪ Author of the PAAMS(E) Test Procedure
    ▪ Execution of the Procedures onboard the ship with the real System, bug analysis and author of the Result Reports
    ▪ During the Missile launches, acted as the console operator in charge of the surveillance of tactical picture
    ▪ Teacher during C2 PAAMS (E) training classes to the Italian Navy operators

    May 2003 - April 2005

    Test Engineer, within the french-italian integration team of PAAMS Command & Control, at Thales Air Systems
    Selex ES (Thales Air Systems – Paris – FR)
    ▪ Author of SSTD (Segment/sub system Test Description)
    ▪ Results Analysis and Problem Reports Identification
    ▪ Coordination of the Test Engineers Team
    ▪ Management of Problem Reports

    January 2001 - May 2003

    System Engineer, within the Combat Systems department, of PAAMS Weapon System Command and Control, now installed onboard the Horizon frigates
    Selex ES (Via Tiburtina – Rome – IT)
    ▪ Definition of Engagement Chain Algorithms
    ▪ Author of the Software Requirement Specification (SRS) for the Display Manager the CSCI that manages the Man Machine Interface.
    ▪ Author of C2 PAAMS(E) SSTP (System subsystem Test Plan)
    ▪ Author of C2 PAAMS(E) SSDD (System subsystem Description Document)
    ▪ Author of C2 PAAMS(E) SRS (Software Requirements Specification)
     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    1992-1998 AEROSPACE ENGINEER Master of Science in Engineering
    University of Rome – La Sapienza
    ▪ Aerodynamics and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
    ▪ Aircraft Systems Engineering
    ▪ Aerospace Structures and Materials

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Mother tongue(s) Italian

    Other language(s)

    English: Proficent User

    French: Independent User

    Communication skills:

    ▪ Team working derived from long experience in Technical Management together with dedicated training in Behavioural, Team & Leadership skills;
    ▪ Multicultural working experience;
    ▪ Strong Presentation skills, gained from experience in company formal presentations and through formal training.

    Organisational / managerial skills:

    Team management, Leadership skills through long experience of team management of groups. Currently responsible for a team of 16 people


    Job-related skills:

    ▪ Systems Engineering through experience in a number of programmes in the Defence Systems area.
    ▪ Test Engineering through experience onboard ships of the Italian and UAE Navies

    Computer skills:

    ▪ Fully conversant with desktop computing technology and applications
    ▪ Familiar with the Rational suite including Rose, Clear Case, Clear Quest, Requisite Pro.
    ▪ Primavera user
    ▪ Proficient user of MS Office tools and MS Project

    Driving licence :  Category B
     


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