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     Date Submitted:27-03-2015
     Last Modified:29-03-2015 (05:15)
    Job information
     Current job:Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSpace Engineering, Propulsion Engineering, Project Leadership & Execution, 6 Sigma Green Belt, GD&T, 3 years of experience, FEM, MRB process, Field Investigations, TOPS8D, Mechanical Design
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    Personal Details

    Date and place of birth:                  16.07.1988, Gdansk

     

    Education

    Warsaw University of Technology, Master of Science in Engineering, Aircraft Propulsion

    1/2015 – Awarded the degree of Master of Science in Engineering. Completed second-cycle full time studies in the field of Aerospace Engineering, specialisation Aircraft Propulsion at Warsaw University of Technology, which is certified by the European Network of Excellence in Aerospace Engineering Education “PEGASUS”.

     

    Warsaw University of Technology, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Space Engineering

    2/2012 – Awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering. Completed first-cycle full time studies in the field of Aerospace Engineering, specialisation Space Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology.

     

    University of Glasgow, ERASMUS student exchange, Aerospace Engineering

    2009/2010 – One full academic year of studies in the field of Aerospace Engineering at University of Glasgow, Scotland, as a participant of ERASMUS student exchange program.


    Satellite Thermal Control team, ESMO satellite project

    9/2011 to 9/2012 – Member of the Satellite Thermal Control team in the ESMO (European Student Moon Orbiter) student project under the ESA (European Space Agency) educational office, implemented by SSTL (Surrey Satellite Technology Limited). Area of responsibility: design of thermal control system for space application, heat distribution at earth/moon orbits and during transfer between the orbits.

     

    Students Space Association

    10/2010 to 10/2011 – An active board member of the Students Space Association (SSA or SKA) at Warsaw University of Technology.

     

    United Nations’ 52nd session of COPUOS

    6/2009: Appointed as one of the polish student delegates for the United Nations’ 52nd session of COPUOS (Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space). We presented achievements of the polish student community in the field of space engineering and space exploration.

     

    Configuration Management team, ESEO satellite project

    2/2009 to 09/2011 – An active member, and since 2010 a Team Leader, of the Configuration Management team in the ESEO (European Student Earth Orbiter) student project under ESA educational office, implemented by CGS (Carlo Gavazzi Space), and since 2010 by SSTL. The team advanced ESEO project to the System Preliminary Design Review. Area of responsibility: satellite configuration management, 3D models and assembly (CATIA software), requirement discrepancy control, assembly procedures, project documentation.

     

    Professional Experience

    Engineering Design Centre (GEAE Engineering site in Warsaw), Design Engineer

    Since 7/2012 – Position of a Design Engineer at Engineering Design Centre (EDC), created under an agreement between General Electric Aircraft Engines (GEAE) and the Warsaw Institute of Aviation. EDC is one of several global GE establishments located outside the United States. I am employed in the GE Aviation business, and working on cold section of the F414, F404, J85 engines. Since 2012 I had been working mostly on fan/compressor aerofoils, occasionally on structures, and became F404/F414 compressor aerofoil hardware owner in 2014. Since 4th quarter of 2014 my focus has changed to F404 rotors, with a long term plan of becoming main focal point for this hardware.

    The work included several business voyages to manufacturing sites in USA and Canada, where I worked on Changes in Design for quality escaped hardware, with use of statistical tools. Moreover, I conducted inspection of hardware removed from the field in order to extend their usable life cycle for a Performance Based Logistic (PBL) project.

    My experience includes one year of an active role in development and coordination of a set of lab tests, meant to downselect a new abradable coating. This effort is a part of a Component Improvement Program (CIP), covering tollgate 4 to 6

    Results of my projects were recognised on a number of occasions by both a customer and the company. My portfolio includes rewards for “Customer Service”, “Clear Thinker”, and “Outstanding Teamwork”. In addition, I was nominated to the Project Execution Award at 2014 Engineering Recognition Day,

    Areas of responsibility: production process approvals (Vendor Substantiation Engineering), evaluation of nonconforming production materials (Material Review Board or MRB process), changes in design, design support for manufacturing sites, field event evaluations and forming recommendations for a customer, root cause investigations, changes in manuals/technical order limits and limit releases, mechanical FE analyses, lab test coordination, statistical evaluations.

     

    Military Aircraft Works No.4 in Warsaw, Recuperation of turbojet engines

    8/2011 – One month ofinternship at Military Aircraft Works No.4 in Warsaw. I worked at disassembly of turbojet engines and gave assistance in their recuperation process.

     

    Additional Information

    • Participant in the Material Review Board (MRB) – essentially acting as limited authority Designated Engineering Representative (DER) for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) but not formally certified as DER by the FAA. MRB is part of GE’s FAA production certificate. In context of military hardware, jurisdiction is under Department of Defence (DoD).
    • 6 Sigma Green Belt (certified)
    • Fundamentals of GD&T (Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerance)
    • TOPS8D training completed
    • 3D modelling (Unigraphics NX, Catia, AutoCad)
    • Finite Element Analysis – Ansys Workbench  & Classic (Fluent, Mechanical APDL)
    • Other Software: Matlab, NASA CEA


    Languages

    • English – excellent / negotiation level
    • Polish – mother tongue
    • French/German/Japanese – eager to learn per opportunity

    Personal Interests

    Travels, Skiing, Mountains, Foreign Cultures, an aspiring Cyclist and Motorcyclist, Castles, Board Games, Fencing.


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