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SAS Global, in an April 15 notice to the Australian Stock Exchange, said it needs to raise 7.2 million Australian dollars ($5.2 million) to prevent further delays with its constellation of low Earth orbit satellites. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:29-01-2015
     Last Modified:29-01-2015 (06:48)
    Job information
     Current job:Mission Control Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:,
     KeywordsSCOS 2000, PUS, Linux, GFTS, C++
    CV

    Birth date: 02/11/1984

    Nationality: Spanish

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2011-2015

    GMV Aerospace and Defence S.A.U., via Triton S.A. (Madrid, Spain)

     

    Mission Control Software Engineer

     
    • SCOS-2000 based Mission Control System software design and development for LEO Earth Observation Spacecrafts

    • Integration of Mission Control Software with  Ground Segment, interface implementation and verification.

    • Software Validation. MCS subsystem validation

    • Technical documentation preparation and review

    KeyTools: ESA SCOS 2000, EES2K, GFTS, PUS, DARC, EDDS, SLES Linux management, C++, Scripting, Project insight, Enterprise architect, MySQL

    2009-2011

    SENER S.A. via ALTEN (Madrid, Spain)

     

    Analyst Programmer

     
    • C++ analyst programmer for a Naval modelling software called FORAN in an Engineering company (SENER). This 3D CAD/CAM/CAE software is based on an OpenGL engine, QT windows toolkit and an Oracle DB system.

    • Analysis and resolution of software incidences found by clients.

    • Execution of new developments and improvements. All this in a multi-disciplinary teamwork environment.

    KeyTools: C++, QT, OpenGL, ORACLE

    2008

    ALTRAN S.A. (Madrid, Spain)

     

    Consultant Analyst Programmer

     
    • C++ code revision and auditing for an Airbus aeronautical project. Verification that the code was passing certain standards and quality rules defined by Airbus.

    • Participation in a telecommunications project implementing and maintaining ADSL and telephony services for Telefonica I+D ( main Spanish telecommunications business) ). I worked in a UNIX Solaris environment making specification analysis and small developments.

    • Development of a Web Application for distributed system maintenance. All this based in the Java JSF framework. In addition to this I amplified mi knowledge in different Java and Web areas like Hibernate, EJBs, AJAX, J2ME and other frameworks.

    Key Tools: Java, JSF, Hibernate, AJAX, C++

     

    2004-2007

    Various jobs

     
    • Scholarship in an Alicante business named ‘Recursos En La Red’, improving their internal web based on basic JSPs. I also worked in the development of a distributed application based on low level communication with sockets.

    • Development of some advertising Web pages mainly with static content for several dancing groups. I still perform some sporadic maintenance of these web pages from time to time.

    • Part time jobs working in restaurants, ice-cream shops and other places as a waiter.

    STUDIES

    2011-2013

    Robotics and Automatization Master

     

    Carlos III university of Madrid

     

    Improvement of my knowledge in artificial intelligence, robotics, image processing. Final thesis pending to summit.

    2006

    Erasmus programme study intership

     

    University of Essex (England)

     

    During my exchange period I improved my English language skills and my knowledge of robotics and automatic systems.

    2003-2007

    Computer Engineering

     

    University of Alicante

    Average mark: 7.7/10

    Final project score: 9/10

     
    • Final Year Project: Development of a distributed selling point based on J2EE for the server side and .NET Windows Forms for the client sides. The two parts communicated with each other through web services. More information in http://micomandero.wordpress.com/

    • Development of a 3D editor using OpenGL and BorlandBuilder C++

    COURSES AND CONFERENCES ATTENDED

    2014

    ESA EGS-CC (GMV)

    2014

    Eclipse RCP (GMV)

    2005-2010

    J2ME, J2EE, AJAX (ALTRAN)

    2007-2008

    “Design of applications with Rational Rose and Requisite Pro” ( MECEMSA )


    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    Space Technologies: ESA SCOS-2000, ESA GFTS, PUS

    Programming: C/C++, Java, .NET, OpenGL, OOP, UML, Algorithmic Schemes, Prolog, Schem, Corba, XML, XSD, bash, Python.

    Databases: Relational Model, SQL, MySQL, ORACLE (Basic PLSQL).

    Hardware: Arduino, Microcontroller PIC programming, Computer Maintenance, Intel x86, MMX, SSE.

    Web Technologies: JSF, JSP, AJAX, ASP, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, Struts, Hibernate.


    LANGUAGES

     

    Understanding

    Speaking

    Writing

    English

    B2

    B2

    B2

    Spanish

    C2

    C2

    C2

    Catalan

    B2

    B2

    B2


    I have done different English courses in the languages schools of the Universities I attended.

    My experiences abroad and living in England as an Erasmus student have further improved my English skills.


    INTERESTS


    Computers have always interested me since I discovered how many useful things I can do with them and how much they can offer us. Inside this small world of technology, everything that has to do with Space, Robotics, Programming, Algorithmics apasionates me.

    Aside of my interests in computers, I love climbing, learning from other cultures and participating in new projects. I have always liked challenges both as an engineer as in my private live.


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