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     Date Submitted:18-02-2015
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     Current job:QC and QA Inspector
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywordsi worked from 2011 in Thales Alenia SPace Italy, Ait Center with QA/QC inspector function on Sentinel 1/3 ESA programms and ALL Globalsta 2 costellation. Now i'm working for the same Company in the GALILEO FOC NAVIGATION ANTENNA Department.About my curren
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    Current Occupation: QC inspector at Sofiter System Engineering c/o Thales Alenia Space CC-EL Italy Antennas AIT Center for Galileo Navigation antennas.

     

    Place of employment: Thales Alenia Space Tiburtina and Saccomuro site Rome

     

    Marital status: Single

     

    Nationality: Italian

     

    Place of birth: Rome

     

    Date of Birth: 24 july 1987

     

    Location: Rome

     

    Qualifications: High School top Surveyor

     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

     

    2000 License Junior High School

    2006 License High School Surveyor

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE:

     

    2005 - 2007 Officer industrial plant maintenance at Futura 238 Ltd.

    2007-2009 thermo-hydraulic plant engineer at C.E.D. Plant Rome S.r.l

    2010-2014 until now, Sofiter Quality Control Inspector c/o Thales Alenia Space Rome, AIT Center for Globalstar 2 constellation line and  Sentinel 1 and Sentinel 3 (ESA) satellite program. CC-El Italy

       Antennas department Quality inspector for Galileo Navigation Antennas.

     

    TRAINING and Course:

    -       Training certifications performed c/o Thales Alenia Space L’Aquila production for inspection process and manual soldering.

     

    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

     

    Excellent command of the P.C. and knowledge of the following programs:

    - Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP/Vista/Windows 7 - 8

    - Microsoft Internet Explorer

    - Microsoft Outlook

    - Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point)

    - Compression software WinZip, WinRar

    - Visualization software Adobe Acrobat Reader

    - Various software (multimedia file management, scanning, printing, data entry, antivirus, antispyware, antispam, antidialer, processing digital images)

    - Application software for the insurance business (Team)

     

    Fluent use of platforms and application programs Macintosh

     

    Language: Good knowledge of English and French at school level.

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS, AND ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

     

    Attitude to work in groups and individually, performing tasks where it is important communication and relationship with others, ability of organization and coordination for the achievement of results in relation to the planned targets; flexibility and adaptability, good ability to writing, reading and speaking; variety of personal interests and balanced organization of their time.

     

    Activity as a composer with musical productions and equipment for public events.

     

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

     

    Driving license Category A - B

    Availability of own transport

     

     

     

    I authorize the processing of personal data in accordance with Law no. 675/96.

     

    PERSONAL INFORMATION:

    Name: Alessio Barletta

    Nationality:  Italian

    Date of birth: 24/07/1987

     

    PROFILE:

    I’ve been working as space products manufacturing, integration and test Q.A. / Q.C. inspector since 2010.

    I was involved in:

    - Globalstar 2nd Generation (manufacturing, integration and test of 15 satellites)

    - Sentinel 1 satellite and Sentinel 3 PDHT Platform sub assy ESA programs  

    - Sicral 2 UHF Band and X Band antennas

    - Galileo FOC NAVANT Navigation Antenna

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

    January 2010–May 2015  Manufacturing, integration and test Q.A. / Q.C. inspector, Sofiter System Engineering for Thales Alenia Space Italia S.p.A., Rome, Italy

    Q.A. / Q.C. inspector

    ·       From January 2010 till January 2012 I worked on Globalstar Second Generation as Q.A. / Q.C. inspector for AIT campaign of 15 satellites, my main responsibility was to perform:

     

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during manufacturing and integration phases

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during test setup preparation and test execution

    -    Final shipment review to the customer

    -    Non Conformance Report management

     

     

    ·       From January 2012 till June 2013 I worked on ESA programs Sentinel 1 satellite and Sentinel 3 PDHT Platform sub assy as Q.A. / Q.C. responsible/inspector, my main responsibility was to perform:

     

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during manufacturing and integration phases

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during test setup preparation and test execution

    -    MIP and KIP reviews and reporting

    -    Shore method certification of bonding for space application

    -    Hardware and parts acceptance and Delivery Review Board at supplier plant (Thales Alenia Space Espana Madrid, Thales Alenia Space France Toulouse, EADS CASA Espacio Madrid, ABSL Space Oxford UK, Astrium Portsmouth UK)

    -    Hardware incoming inspection responsible

    -    Responsible for hardware traceability

    -    Non Conformance Report management

    -    Final shipment review to the customer

     

     

    ·       From June 2013 till December 2013 I worked on Sicral 2 italian-french military satellite for critical communications, on UHF Band and X Band antennas subsystems, my main responsibility was to perform:

     

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during manufacturing and integration phases

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during test setup preparation and test execution

    -    Shore method certification of bonding for space application

    -    Hardware and parts incoming inspection

    -    Responsible for hardware traceability

    -    Non Conformance Report management

    -    Final shipment review to the customer

     

     

     

     

    ·       From December 2013 to present I worked on Galileo FOC NAVANT L-Band  Navigation Antenna, my main responsibility was to perform:

     

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during manufacturing and integration phases

    -    Q.A. and Q.C. visual inspection during test setup preparation and test execution

    -    MIP and KIP reviews and reporting

    -    Quality responsible for MGSE certification

    -    AIT integration and test procedures approval

    -    Shore method certification of bonding for space application

    -    Hardware and parts incoming inspection

    -    Responsible for hardware traceability

    -    Non Conformance Report management

    -    Quality responsible for Antenna Log Book and EIDP

    -    Final shipment review to the customer

     

     

     

    January 2007 –December 2009  Clean Room Technical Installation inspector and service at Thales Alenia Space Italia S.p.A., CED Impianti S.r.l. , Rome, Italy

    Installation technical service and supervision

    ·       From January 2007 till January 2008 I worked as Technical Service operator for Thales Alenia Space Italia S.p.A. clean room installation at Via Tiburtina plant in Rome

    ·       From January 2008 till December 2009 I worked as Technical Service operator and supervisor for Thales Alenia Space Italia S.p.A. clean room installation at Via Saccomuro plant in Rome

     

    From August 2005– January 2007         Industrial installation technical service at Sistemi Informativi S.p.A. an IBM company, Futura 238 S.r.l., Rome, Italy

    Industrial installation technical service operator

    ·       From August 2005 till December 2006 I worked as technical service operator for industrial installation for Sistemi Informativi S.p.A. taking care about network installation, electrical installation and PC and workstation installation.

     

    Industrial installation technical service officer

    ·       From August 2005 till December 2006 I worked as technical service officer for industrial installation for Sistemi Informativi S.p.A. taking care about network installation, electrical installation and PC and workstation installation.

     

     

    EDUCATION:

    July 2005       Technical High School for Surveyor Enrico De Nicola, Rome, Italy

     

    TRAINING & WORKSHOP:

    ·       Crimping Operator Certification as per ECSS-Q-ST-70-26C, year 2011

    ·       Hand Soldering Inspector Certification as per ECSS-Q-ST-70-08C, year 2011

     

     

     

     

     


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