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     Current job:Telecommunications Engineer
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     Keywords• Maintenance and troubleshooting of ground station satellite equipment. • Preparation of satellite means for operational mission transmissions. • Management of material logistic (management and ground control troubleshooting). • Head of the es
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    TELECOM ENGINEER

    Professional Experience.

     

    From 2009 to today : telecom specialist, French Air Force, Metz (57) and Evreux (27).

    ·     Satellite and wireless technician.

    ·     Maintenance and troubleshooting of ground station satellite equipment.

    ·     Preparation of satellite means for operational mission transmissions.

    ·     Management of material logistic (management and ground control troubleshooting).

    ·     Head of the establishment and development of the organization and monitoring of the Inmarsat/Iridium team during the restructuring of the unit to Evreux. Supervision of the relocation team and management of a 10 person staff.

     

     

    Including : Various operational missions abroad:

    ·     12/13 to 02/14: Al Udeid (QATAR)

    → Maintenance of the operational conditions of satellite ground stations HD (Haut Débit/broadband) ,HDTac (Haut Débit Tactique/broadband tactical) and various Inmarsat terminals.

    →Management and troubleshooting of data and voice equipment.

    → Assistance and support to users of IT resources.

    → Interface with U.S. logistical support to carry out various projects to improve the site. (Examples: connection to external energy rescued equipment, establishment of a definitive anti-heat structure).

     

    ·     07/13 to 09/13 : Siauliai (LITUANIE)

    → Satellite station chief Syracuse III HDTac and Inmarsat.

    → Implementation of the interconnection of user networks.

    →Maintenance of operational conditions of satellite ground stations.

    →Responsible for operational training of young staff.

    → Logistic management during the site closing.

     

    ·     02/13 to 03/13 : Bengalore (INDE) and Lima (MALAISIE)

    → Implementation of telecommunications (Inmarsat terminal,French aerospace applications via local ISP, telephonics, printer) for the benefit of “Rafale” aircrafts employed by Dassault Systèmes during the air shows “AéroIndia” and “AirLima”.

    → Logistics and technical management with local civilian counterparts.

     

    ·     08/12 to 10/12 : Dushambé (TADJIKISTAN)

    → Satellite specialist on Syracuse II ground stations T (Terrestre/Terrestrial) and TL Valo (Tribande Valorisée).

    → Maintenance of operational conditions of telecommunication means.

    → Implementation of detachment sound systems.

    ·     10/11 to 12/11 : Dushambé (TADJIKISTAN)

    → Satellite spécialist of interconnection of network and service systems connecting users equipment ARISTOTE. (ARchitecture Indépendante des Supports de Transmission Optimisant le Transit d’Elongation/ Independent Architecture of Media Transmission Optimizing  the Transit Elongation).

    → Planning and implementation of the relocation of all means of telecommunications site while maintaining availability of services to users.

     

     

     

     

     

    ·     03/11 to 05/11 : Al Dhafra (EAU)

    → Satellite specialist of Syracuse III ground station : HDTac and Inmarsat.

    → Responsible for preventive maintenance and curative troubleshooting of operational satellite systems.

     

     

    Numerous missions on French territory :

    ·     03/12 : Deployment of mobile satellite means (REMO ground stations) in favor of the air/ground defense system of the French air force.

    ·     07/11 : Establishment of radio link for the benefit of aerial surveillance during a major manifestation in Monaco.

     

     

    Training and Education.

     

     

     

    Certificate Of Skill of Engineer Professional (CDCIP) of Telecommunication.

    N° of certificat :  26008 ,Delivered by the National company of the Engineers Professional of France (SNIPF) In committee September 20th, 2014

     

    English TelecomGround internship.

    Center of aeronautical and spatial language, Tours (37)

     

    TCP/IP internship.

    Training Centre of the Defence / Training Center computer, Malakoff (92)

    September 2014

     

     

    June 2014

     

    November 2013

     

     

    Different internships made within the GT 10805 unit instruction team.

          → Satellite ground station MD (Moyen Débit/Average flow).

          → CHF (Chaine Hertzienne Force/)

          → Mégaplex.

    2011 to 2013

     

    Satellite ground station HD (Haut Débit) internship.

    Army School of Transmissions, Rennes (35).

     

    April 2012

     

    Certificate - Employment of Satellite Networks ( Army ).

    Army School of Transmissions, Rennes (35).

    July 2010

     

    Certificate – Telecommunications and Satellite Systems Support

    French Air Force Technical School, Rochefort (17).

    March 2010

     

    Faculty of law, Grenoble (38) and Toulouse (31)

    From 2006 to 2009

     

    Science Baccalaureate.

    Lycée Alpin Polyvalent de la Matheysine, La Mûre (38).

    June 2005

     

    Common Core of State Certificate of Sports Instructor, Specialty Alpine Skiing.

    Lycée Alpin Polyvalent de la Matheysine, La Mûre (38).

    June 2004

    Miscellaneous.

     

    ·     Driving license : B

    ·     National and International Mobility

    ·     Language : French (native), English (proficient)

    ·     Security clearance : NATO secret

    ·     Work at height

    ·     Electrical Safety : H0/B2

    ·     Computer skills : word, excel, powerpoint, internet.

    ·     First Aid Certificate PSC1 (2009)

    ·     Spare-time : Sports (volleyball, alpine skiing) and Travel



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