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     Current job:Ingénieur exploitation - Systèmes mécaniques lanceurs et partie haute
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     Keywordsmechanical launch and satellite integration operations including final countdown project & team management in various environments including contract negotiation design and conception of on ground utilities in interface with launch systems
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    Ingénieur exploitation - Systèmes mécaniques lanceurs et partie haute

    ARIANESPACE (Kourou - 973)  -  2,5 ans (2012 à ce jour)

     

    INGENIEUR MECANIQUE PARTIE HAUTE ET LANCEUR ARIANE 5

    Préparation, conduite directe et exploitation des opérations mécaniques Partie Haute et Lanceur depuis l’arrivée des satellites à Kourou jusqu’à la chronologie de lancement

    Gestion et standardisation du produit opérationnel mécanique (plan d'opération, procédures)

    Supervision et management des équipes industrielles en opérations d'intégration satellites et coiffe

    => 6 campagnes : 80 à 90  opérations; gestion de 6 équipes industrielles par campagne;

     

    MANAGER SYSTEMES SOL ENSEMBLE DE LANCEMENT SOYUZ ET ARIANE

    Coordonne les activités industriels pour garantir la configuration opérationnelle des systèmes sols (tout corps d'état) en interface avec le lanceur depuis son intégration jusqu'au lancement

    Management des équipes industrielles exploitantes (plus de 20 chargés de campagne), traitement des anomalies, gestion des évolutions des différents systèmes.

    Anime les réunions d’avancement, manage les d'équipes industrielles exploitantes (>15 responsables industrielles),

    Gère les évolutions des systèmes et assure le traitement des anomalies

    => Campagnes de  lancements : 3 Soyouz, 3 Ariane 

     

    INGENIEUR D’AFFAIRE DU CONTRAT INFRASTRUCTURE - RESEAU D'EAU - OUVRAGE D'ART (ELA / ELS / SLV)

    Responsable du maintien en conditions opérationnelles de l’ensemble des systèmes sols à forte composante mécanique, liés à l’intégration des satellites et des lanceurs Ariane 5, Soyouz et Véga, au travers la gestion technique des contrats de « Mécanique Générale VEGA", et «INFRASTRUCTURE - RESEAU D'EAU - OUVRAGE D'ART »

    Garant de l’application des contrats, négocie et amende les évolutions de contrats (>2,5M€/an)

    Définis et suis le plan d'investissement et de maintenance (> 6M€/an)

    Analyse, négocie et valide les offres technico-commerciales,

    => 3 pas de tirs, 2 centres de lancement, ~90 bâtiments dont 12 opérationnels et 25 de stockages (ergols, matières dangereuses), voies ferrées lanceurs, 2 réseaux incendie

    => Systèmes mécanique VEGA (pas de tir, portique, table de lancement)

     

     

    Assistance technique Fluides et Procédés pour CNES/DLA/SDS

    ALTRAN (Toulouse - 31)  -  5 ans (2007-2012)

     

    Taches d’ingénierie de conception de systèmes fluides depuis l’établissement des spécifications techniques jusqu’au suivi de réalisation site et qualifications technique et opérationnelle

    Rédaction de spécifications techniques (APS, CCTP, ST)

    Consultation, analyse des offres, négociation technico-financières, KOM

    Participation aux PK, RDPI, RCDI 

    Réunions de suivi de projet avec les industriels et l’exploitant

    Réception usine et Site (QT / QO)

    Assistance à Maîtrise d'ouvrage

     

    Environnements techniques

    Fluide cryotechnique LOx, LiN,   (bilan consommation A5ME)

    Procédé hélium HP (600 bar) (Stockage, transport, détente, pressurisation)

    Traitement d’effluents gazeux sur colonnes de lavage (UDMH, MMH, N2H4)

    Conception d’interface avec les systèmes de remplissage Russe Frégat

    Réglementation DESP, ATEX,

     

    Ingénieur Procédés et Assistant Superviseur montage mécanique et qualité

    Abener Energia SA– Groupe ABENGOA (Lacq - 64)  -  1 an (2006-2007)

     

    Suivi de construction, de traçabilité et de la qualité des travaux de montage d’unités procédés et fluides conventionnels dans une usine de production de bioéthanol

    Suivi de réalisations en chantier et contrôle qualité

    Réception et qualifications opérationnelles des systèmes fluides et procédés

    Garant des délais, de la qualité, du respect des spécifications

    Reporting, interface clients  et sous-traitants

     

     

    Chargé d’Affaires systèmes fluides - Ingénieur Procédés

    Stradia S.A. (Tarsacq - 64)  -  9mois (2006)

    Développement d’un procédé de production d’un oxydant fort innovant (ferrate de potassium) et de solutions de traitement d’effluents liquides industriels (clé en mains)

    Étude, conception, développement et dimensionnement de procédés de traitement d’effluents liquides 

    Management d’opérateurs 

    Gestion de projet, respect des délais, travail en équipe

    Activités de prospection auprès des clients (industriels, collectivités territoriales) 

     

     

    Ingénieur R&D  - Procédés et Fluides

    Institut Français du Pétrole – Laboratoire de Thermique, Energétique, Procédé ( Pau – 64 )  -  3,5ans(2001-2005)

    R&D appliqués au procédé Clauspol de traitement d’effluents gazeux issus de l’industrie pétrolière - étude de l’hydrodynamique et du transfert de matière

    Conception, dimensionnement, suivi de réalisation et exploitation d’un « pilote » de traitement d’effluents gazeux

    Études expérimentales et numériques

    Optimisation du pilote (hydrodynamique, et cinétique de réactions)

    Rédaction de rapports techniques, publications, communications orales (français, anglais)

     


    Formation

    2004    Thèse de Doctorat en Génie des Procédés  – Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour – ENSGTI - IFP

    Thèse pour le compte de l’IFP appliquée aux colonnes à garnissage (procédés, oil & gas, chimie)

    Communications orales, écrites et articles pour Congrès (Société Française de Génie des Procédés 2005)

    Formation Industrie de l’École Nationale Supérieure des Pétroles et Moteurs

    Carburant, lubrifiant, moteur  -  Analyse géologique d’un bassin pétrolier (UK) - Gisement, exploration, forage

     

    2001    DEA de Dynamique des Fluides - Institut de Mécanique des Fluides – Institut National Polytechnique Toulouse

    Stage : Étude du seuil de mise en mouvement d’un grain sur lit granulaire en écoulement de « Poiseuille »

     

    2000    Maîtrise de Mécanique du solide et des fluides - University of Reading (Angleterre)

     


    Bureautique & programmation


    Microsoft Office, MS Project, Gantt Project

    Utilisation de Autocad, Pro-Engineer 2000

     

    Langues


    Anglais: courant, année de maîtrise en Angleterre (programme Erasmus)

    Allemand: niveau scolaire  (séjours en Allemagne)

     

     

    Divers

    Intérêts personnels :  sport en compétition (raid, kayak, course à pied), orchidophile amateur, sorties culturelles

    Recommandations :    

    Arnold Coppieters    Altran - Business manager

                        Jean-François Niccolai       CNES/DLA/SDS/PE - chef de service


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