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     Date Submitted:28-01-2015
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     Current job:Product and Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsProject manager Product procurement Test bench
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    JOB APPLIED FOR

    Product & Project Manager in space industry

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    11/2013 - Present

     

    Product Manager (Spacecraft computer procurement)

    ALTEN Contractor for THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes – France) http://alten.fr

    In charge of Meteosat Third Generation FCI ICU and LI-LME on-board computer procurements. Products designed by TAS-I in Italy

    ▪  Project management

    ▪  Spacecraft system and mission objectives

    ▪  Technical and functional awareness

    ▪  Schedule, cost and quality expertise to handle the project

    ▪  Change request management, Product specifications

    ▪  Space development project requiring strong norms respect and rigor

    ▪  Interaction with technical experts (Mechanical, Thermal, Radiation, Mission)

    Business or sectorSpace Industry. On-board computer. Satellite systems

     

    04/2011 – 10/2013

     

    Team Leader (Hardware and Network)

    SPIE Company (Vallauris - France)  http://www.spie.com/en/sustainable-mobility

    In charge of project hardware and network architectures in public transportation domain (bus, tramway)

    ▪  Analysis and specifications of on-board and ground architecture (hardware and network)

    ▪  Quality management and process deployment (procedures, design methods, traceability, configuration management, bug tracking & solving)

    ▪  Wide system with large interaction fields (On-board architecture, radio transmission, ground segment, data processing, customer site operability constraints)

    ▪  Organization, management and deployment campaign on customer site

    ▪  Team management (5 people)

    Business or sectorInformation Systems and Transport.

     

    11/2009 – 03/2011

     

    Project Manager and Bidding management

    STUDIEL Company (Villeneuve-Loubet - France)  http://www.studiel.fr/en/index.html

    Design and manufacturing of Test Equipment for THALES ALENIA SPACE, Response to ESA ITT bid

    ▪  AOCS SCOE test bench (Sentinel 3 program – ESA ITT)

    ▪  OMBILICAL SCOE test bench (Spacebus family)

    Business or sectorTest Equipment design and manufacturing for Space Industry

     

    04/2008 - 10/2009

     

    Product Manager (Spacecraft Computer procurement)

    STUDIEL Contractor for THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes – France)

    In charge of Sentinel 3 SMU procurement. Product designed by RUAG in Sweden

    ▪  Project management

    ▪  Technical and functional awareness

    ▪  Schedule, cost and quality expertise to handle the project

    ▪  Change request management, Product specifications

    ▪  Space development project requiring strong norms respect and rigor

    Business or sector Space Industry. On-board computer. Satellite system

     

    02/2003 – 03/2008

     

    Project Manager and Quality & Methods manager

    STUDIEL Company (Villeneuve-Loubet - France)  http://www.studiel.fr/en/index.html

    In charge of test systems development and manufacturing

    ▪  Technical/cost/schedule/quality commitment with main company accounts (TEXAS INTRUMENTS, ATMEL, THALES, EADS)

    ▪  Business strategy, quotations, quality and commercial plan

    Company internal processes analysis and improvement in the scope of an Enterprise Resource Planner (ERP) deployment and optimization

    ▪  Analysis of company administration processes (purchase, storage, design)

    ▪  Specifications, development and validation of software applications to improve internal processes (Visual Basic)

    ▪  Use of “Crystal Report” application to create status extracts from ERP database

    Business or sector Test Equipment design and manufacturing for Telecom Aerospace and Aeronautic Industries

     

    09/1998 – 01/2003

    Spacecraft Test engineer

    ALTIOR Contract for THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes – France)

    ▪  Test campaign on spacecraft (HELIOS II)

    ▪  Solar vacuum test campaign (in ESA - ESTEC premises)

    ▪  Electrical and EMC test campaign

    ▪  Test bench specification, procurement and maintenance

    Business or sectorSpacecraft AIT in Space Industry

     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    1995-1998

    Engineer graduation

     

    POLYTECH NICE (Sophia-Antipolis – France)

    ▪  Graduated as engineer

    ▪  Major in Electronics including software development and project management

    ▪  Minor in measurements and controls

    1993-1995

    DUT Electronics and Software (GEII)

     

    University - IUT TECHNOLOGIQUE (Nice – France)

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    French

    Other language(s)

    English, Italian

    Communication skills

    ▪  Good communication skills in an international environment mixing Germans, Italians and French mainly developed through my experience as Space project manager in contact with customers

    ▪  Adaptation skills developed through many contractor missions (new environment and project)

    ▪  Resource management proven during 2,5years spent as a team leader

    ▪  Good customer relationship developed during whole professional responsibilities

    Organisational / managerial skills

    ▪  Leadership developed through many years of project management and team leader undertaking

    ▪  Project management and organization skills proven within project success and profitability results

    ▪  Rigour developed in contact to space and aeronautic industries

    Job-related skills

    ▪  Good knowledge in electronic s as well as mechanics, thermal and software developments

    ▪  Good knowledge in test system development, validation and manufacturing process compliant with ECSS.

    ▪  Strong  involvementin process and efficiency improvements

    Computer skills

    ▪  Good command of Microsoft Office™ tools

    ▪  Data base architecture and access (SQL)

    Other skills

    ▪  Home masonry

    ▪  Automotive mechanic

    Driving licence

    ▪  B

    ▪  A

    ▪  Boat (coastal)



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