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     Date Submitted:29-06-2015
     Last Modified:29-06-2015 (09:28)
    Job information
     Current job:Groud System Equipment Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAOCS - Ground tests
    AD&S MILITARY Aircraft: From October 2013 / Getafe (Madrid)                      
    Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Engineer for A330-MRTT fleet within Customer Services and Support department
       - Definition, Development, Supplier selection-tendering, prototype manufacturing, On-Aircraft Validation and Documentation required to support the operation and maintenance of the aircraft, systems and components under Airbus Military responsibility.
       - Preparation of GSE recommendations to the customers as part of the Logistic Support Proposal included in the aircraft Offers.
       - Technical assistance for Customers during the service life of the GSE.
       - Weekly Meeting review with military suppliers / customers
       - Supporting Technical Publications Department for aircraft maintenance documentation production.
       - GSE Database creation and maintaining
    EADS ASTRIUM: 01/2009 to 10/2013 / Toulouse (France)                      
    AOCS Architect in Assembly Integration and Test (AIT) department, Technical responsible of electrical and functional tests on AOCS (Attitude and Orbit Control System) on EOS (Earth Observation Satellites)
       - Specification, Preparation and Validation of AOCS functional tests on As250 avionic (SPOT6, SOPT7, Kazakstan) and CSO (Optical Space Component)
       - Tests Specification development within project team.
       - Coding of AOCS test command sequences.
       - Preparation and Maintaining of Procedures (AIT rules and methods).
       - Execution of functional tests with Stimulation (Optical Stimulation for Star Tracker, or Radio Frequency stimulation for GPS...) and Simulation (with Satellite Environment Simulator) equipment. Being responsible of stimulation ground equipments dedicated to AOCS systems.
       - Responsible and run of Mission Tests in collaboration with Operation Team using Flight Operation Procedures and Mission Timeline.
       - Capitalization of knowledge by means of User Manuals or Magic Books.
       - SPOT6 Launch Campaign on PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) in Satish Dhawan Space Center (SHAR) in INDIA during august and September 2012:
        1) Installation of AOCS ground tests benches.
    2) AOCS Systems Health Tests after Satellite transportation from TOULOUSE to SHAR.
    AEROCONSEIL: 05/2006 to 12/2008
    Design Engineer on Avionics Systems for MTAD in Madrid (Spain)
       - Specification of FSTA communication system based on A330 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport).
       - Communication and Navigation Systems.                 
    Design Engineer on Flight Control System for AIRBUS in Toulouse (France)
       - Conception of A330 MRTT Auto Pilot.
       - Conception of MRTT standard and requirements development.
       - Validation & Verification of new MRTT’s Auto Pilot function.
       - Specification and development of Auto Flight System (Flight Management, Control Guidance and Control Envelop) for LR family jointly with many departments (Laws and Flight Performances, Laboratory Tests, Flight Tests, Thales Avionics).
    SOGETI: 02/2006 to 05/2006 / Toulouse (France)
    Electrical Test Engineer on A380 project for AIRBUS 
      - Electrical tests on A380 Electrical network on Iron Bird bench.
      - V&V of electrical loads compliance with power systems specifications.
    Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales: 04/2005-09/2005 / Toulouse (France)                      
    Attitude determination of a Planetary Exploration Rover within the framework of AURORA Exploration program 
       - Modelling of the rover inertial attitude system.
       - Design on Matlab tool of the Kalman’s filter which best behaves with the system.
       - Proposal of new sensors that will improve the system.
       - Implementation and test validation of this filter into the rover development tool. 
    IDEES: 07/2004 to 08/2004 and 07/2003 to 08/2003 / Madagascar
    Mission of Water Network Development in Madagascar with IDEES association of ESME Sudria 
       - Technical project definition and adaptation to the environment.
       - Search of financial resources to support the Mission/Contact with local industry.
       - Multicultural Management during the mission.
    COMPUTING SKILLS: Modelization / SW programming / HW programming / Op. Systems / Matlab/Simulink, Scilab/Scicos / Java, C/C++, Fortran, Open Center, ELISA / Microcontroller and automaton / Windows, UNIX / Grefie, Pandora, SIS Data Base, jSynoptic, SimAIT, RTE (Real Time Environment Simulator), Sprint, SAP
    LANGAGE SKILLS: French, Mother tongue / English, Fluent / Spanish, Fluent / German, Intermediate
    EDUCATION: ESME SUDRIA (2000-2005) / Paris
    Degree in Systems Engineering
       - Control and Systems engineering.
       - Electrical and Electronics systems engineering.
       - Mathematics and Computer engineering.
    Sep/04 to Mar/05: Development of the control system for electrical motors.
    Abr/04 to Jun/04: Motorization of a telescope and conception of its command.
    Astronomy, Travels, Running.

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