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     Date Submitted:21-12-2014
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     Current job:Product Assurance & Safety Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsProduct Assurance/Quality Assurance ESA/ECSS standards ISO 9001/EN 9100/AS 9100 Product Assurance & Safety Plan/Configuration Management Plan/Non conformances/ Request For Deviation / Request For Waivers / Request For Approval
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    Product Assurance & Safety Engineer
    Year of Birth: 1982
    Nationality: French


    CAREER SUMMARY
    Deputy of Department Manager and Product Assurance & Safety Engineer having 7 years’ experience of international projects specialized in space flight systems and ground support equipment including mechanical, electronics, harness, hardware and software systems.


    KEY SKILLS
    Product Assurance & Safety Management
    Configuration Management
    Mandatory & Key Inspection Points
    Product Assurance & Safety Plans, Safety Data Packages for ESA Safety Panels
    Quality Management System, Project Documentation and End Item Data Packages
    Non-Conformances, Requests For Deviation, Requests for Waiver, Requests For Approval
    Quality Management System
    Quality Manual, Processes, Procedures, Documentation
    Assessment and Improvement of Quality Objectives, Metrics, KPIs and Risks
    Standards & Certification
    ISO 9001:2008, AS/EN 9100:2009 Certification
    ISO 9001:2015, AS/EN 9100:2016 Transition activities
    European Cooperation for Space Standardization (ECSS)


    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
    Space Applications Services, Belgium 2014 - Present
    Product Assurance & Safety Engineer
    Supporting the Product Assurance & Safety activities for the designated projects, including Dream Chaser (USA), FSLVMU2 (Airbus DS), mobi-PV (ESA) and ICE Cubes (European Commission).
    Establishing the Product Assurance & Safety requirements baseline for all elements of the project, in compliance with the general ESA/ECSS standards.
    Monitoring project and PA status and identify relevant PA issues, including NCRs / Waivers / Critical items and systematically tracking all issues.
    Monitoring the assembly, integration and test activities with quality assurance audits, mandatory and key inspection points, test witnessing and configuration inspections.
    Contributing to set-up the Company Quality Management System for achieving the EN 9100 :2009 certification.


    CNRS-CRAL Astrophysics Research Center – Lyon, France
    2012 - 2013
    Quality Engineer
    Provide product assurance management in the frame of MUSE (European Southern Observatory) project for the Very Large Telescope (VLT).
    Co-administrator of the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS).
    Managing the Delivery Folders: Configuration Control, Test Reports, Incoming Inspections, Discrepancy Notes.
    Initiate the Quality Management System for the laboratory with AS 9100 Standard.
    Managing Clean Rooms ISO 6, 7: particle control, temperature, humidity, procedures.

    CNRS-IPAG Astrophysics and Planetology Institute – Grenoble, France
    2010 - 2012
    Quality Engineer
    Provide product assurance management in the frame of SPHERE (European Southern Observatory) project for the Very Large Telescope (VLT).
    Managing the Delivery Folders: Configuration Control, Test Reports, Incoming Inspections, Discrepancy Notes.
    Prepare the Quality Manual based on the space standards (ECSS).
    Managing Clean Rooms ISO 6, 7, 8: particle control, temperature, humidity, procedures.


    AREVA TA, France Feb-Jun 2009
    Quality Engineer (Internship)
    Provide improvements regarding the control of non-conformances for submarines and aircraft carriers.
    Managing non compliances and customer complaints.


    STMicroelectronics, France Mar-Aug 2008
    Physical Analysis Engineer (Internship)
    Prepare test reports for a range of micro-controllers from Bosh, HP, Audi, used high reliability and safety critical procedures according to engineering standards.
    Failure Analysis of Semiconductor Devices using Scanning Acoustic Microscopy and X-Ray.


    TRAINING & EDUCATION
    SPACE APPLICATIONS SERVICES, Belgium
    Aug 2017
    LLOYD’S Training EN9100:2016
    Training to initiate PA&S Department Manager, PA&S Engineer, Process Owners and Performers to the new standard.
    CNRS, France
    May 2012
    Training Quality Assurance
    Training to initiate Quality Engineers from CNRS to Quality Assurance including ISO 9001 aspects, process map, quality objectives and KPIs.
    CNES, France
    Sep 2010
    Training Product Assurance
    Training to initiate Quality Engineers from CNRS to Product Assurance including FMECA, Reliability, and Configuration Management.
    BTS, France
    Aou 2010
    Training Product Assurance
    Training to initiate Quality Engineers from CNRS to Product Assurance with general aspects.

    Compiegne Technology University, France
    2008 – 2009
    Master Quality Management
    Toulon Var University, France
    2007 – 2008
    Master Nanomaterials and Microsystems

    SOFTWARE TOOLS
    Microsoft Office, Advitium Lascom (EDMS), DOORS, JIRA, Redmine, Eclipse (RIDs)

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