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     Date Submitted:18-03-2015
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     Current job:Program Project Manager Satellite platform development/procurement
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems
     KeywordsProgram Project Management procuremernt Ground Station Manager
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    Satellite Program Manager
     
    Nationality 1: Argentinean
    Nationality 2: Italian
     
     
    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
    7 years satellite procurement Project Management
    19 years of experience in progressive leadership in positions including direct management of staff in satellite and/or ground segment engineering and manufacturing projects.
    Motivated for new professional challenges and career development. 
    Highly skilled for team management, problem solving, decision making and human relations.
     
    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    ARSAT S.A., Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA (Telecommunication Operator) 
    Web: www.satelitesarsat.com.ar
    Dec 2014 – Present
    Program Project Manager - Hybrid propulsion satellite platform development 
    Satellite development project planning, execution, monitoring and control
    Project challenge: coordinate main contractor (INVAP) and international parts´ vendors during new geostationary platform development that will duplicate current satellite power capabilities.
    Report to Technical Manager and General Manager
    2010 – Nov 2014
    Project Manager ARSAT-1 satellite procurement
    Management of all technical, cost, and schedule aspects of the satellite system procurement up to in-orbit delivery for the satellite, launch vehicle, insurance and ground segment.
    Project challenge: first telecommunication geostationary satellite fully developed, integrated and tested in Argentina.
    Responsible for the performance in the implementation of the project to fulfill or improve the technical and programmatic objectives (cost, schedule) established for the project. $250MUSD, 7 years (including platform development)
    Representing ARSAT in front of main contractor INVAP (Argentina) and international vendors (Thales Alenia Space, Airbus, SAFT, RUAG, Telespazio).
    Satellite Mission Director during full launch campaign in Arianespace (French Guiana) Launch: October 16th in Ariane5 VA220 flight 
    Report to Technical Manager and General Manager
     
    SPES S.A., Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA (Satellite Projects and Engineering Services)
    2007 – 2011
    Co-Founder / President
    Company dedicated to satellite related project management, satellite earth station provision, installation, commissioning and/or maintenance, human resources selection and training. 
    2010-2011
    Senior Consultant at LSE Space Middle East JLT for YAHSAT Project– Abu Dhabi, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 
    2007-2010
    Project Planning and Budget Control Manager at ARSAT S.A., Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA 
      
    Nahuelsat S.A., Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA (Satellite Operator)
    1995 – 2007 
    Ground Station Manager
    In charge of the satellite-dedicated equipment and infrastructure maintenance and logistics activities. Management of sub-contractors.
    Definition and follow-up of Operations budget, which involved expenses and investments for more than $1.5MUSD.
    Manage of Ground Station logistics and procurement: export, import, spares and equipment supply control.
    Project Management of new projects implementation.
    * TV Stations design and integration Central America
    * Earth Station services response to RFPs
    * Integration and testing of Nahuelsat Control Ground Stations
    1995-1998 
    Satellite Ground Station equipment Maintenance Engineer
     
    EDUCATION
    2003
    * Master Executive in Strategic  and Technological Management, ITBA - Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires
    1988 - 1995
    * Electronic Engineer, Engineering Faculty, Mar del Plata University
     
    TRAINING RECEIVED
    05/2010 – 08/2010
    Yahsat Ground Station system training, Stevenage, UK and Abu Dhabi, UAE
    2007
    Project Management - PM Value S.A., Buenos Aires / 1 week
    2003
    Advanced Digital Television, Nahuelsat S.A. Buenos Aires, Argentina / 1 week.
    03/2000 – 06/2000
    Course in "Engineering Economy" (Assessment of Investment Projects) University of Buenos Aires, Argentina / 3month
    1997 - 1999
    Network Monitoring System for Vsat networks (GE/Spacenet); Introduction to Satellite coordination (Alcatel); TV-Comm compressed TV signal over satellite. 
    1995 – 1996
    Satellite and Ground Station Systems operation and maintenance. Alenia S.p.A.; Marconi Comm; DEC Digital (Italy) German Aerospace Research Establishment DLR (Germany); Alcatel (France). 
    1995
    Safety Training Observation Program Western Atlas International Inc.,Texas. USA / 4 weeks
    1994
    Quality management and assurance course. ISO 9000. Mar del Plata Engineer Council, Argentina / 1 week.
     
    LANGUAGES 
    Spanish: Mother tongue
    English: Fluent (both written and spoken)
    Italian: Good knowledge
    French: Regular knowledge
     
    SKILLS
    MS Project, MS Office, MS Outlook
    Internet Technologies: Mail Server, Proxy Server, Web
     
    OTHER INTERESTS
    Judo 1st Dan Argentinean Judo Federation - CAJ: Trainer Club San Fernando – Buenos Aires - ARGENTINA

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