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     Date Submitted:02-07-2015
     Last Modified:08-07-2015 (01:38)
    Job information
     Current job:Mechanical engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:, , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords2 working year in Arianespace
    CV

    Skills

    Troubleshooting - Methodology - Organization - good interpersonal - Safety - Team work - project leading - Synthetic and analytic - General Mechanics - Corrosion - Materials behavior - English (TOEIC : 920)

    Education

    2015 – 2013:     Masters Degree in Upstream Petroleum Engineering at IFP School in apprenticeship with Shell, Development and Field Exploitation Program, Rueil-Malmaison – France

                            This 20 months program is divided into 10 months within Shell and 10 months at IFP School, this period is articulated around three major themes:

    -          Reservoir: geosciences and data acquisition; well testing and calculation of OIIP; recovery, evaluation of production reserve and construction of a production profile; reservoir modeling and development project

    -          Drilling and completion: well architecture and construction; well planning and drilling operation; well productivity; drilling-completion project; ICWF

    -          Production: oil & gas processing, GNL; equipment, flows, instrumentation and reliability; offshore oil installations

    2012 – 2009:     Masters Degree in Materials and Mechanical Engineering at INSA de Lyon, Materials & Mechanics Department, Lyon – France

                            Themes developed:

    -          3rd year: Erasmus in the Mechanical department at Nottingham University (United Kingdom), characterization and behavior of metals, ergonomics, aeronautic engineering, project, English (living and technical), working and studying in a different culture

    -          2nd year: characterization and behavior of metals and polymers, metallurgy, finite elements, surface interactions, ceramics, composites, non-destructive testing, corrosion, Matlab programming, management, team work, communication, English

    -          1st year: data acquisition, physics, chemistry, mechanic of solids and fluids, microstructure, semi-conductor, electronic systems, communication, English

    2009 – 2007:     Two-year Technical Degree at IUT Physical Measurements, Toulouse – France

     

    Themes developed: metallurgy, corrosion, chemistry, polymers, materials behavior, chromatography, ceramics, team work, laboratory experiments, English

    Professional Experience

    2014 – 2015:     Shell P&T, 2nd working period (6 months) in the Expendables Team, Shell P&T, Rijswijk – Netherlands

    1st month in Shell Cayenne office – French Guiana – to meet the Shell staff in French Guiana,  to have an overview of the situation in French Guiana and prepare the Shell P&T period

    Project: modeling surface evolution during the casing connection make-up and parameter of influence

    Skills Developed: safety, modeling, team delivery, experiment rigor, data analysis, experimental analysis, troubleshooting (experiment adjustment…), cultural adaptation, Matlab programming, and reporting

    2013 – 2014:     Shell Upstream Operation, NAM, 1st working period (4 months) in the Mechanical Static Maintenance Team, Assen – Netherlands

    1st month in Shell Colombes office – France – to learn and understand the Shell standards and Shell safety

    Projects:document study on piping repairs, creation of a guideline and a work instruction for the maintenance on air cooled heat exchanger plug

    Skills Developed:safety, gas production process knowledge, maintenance operation, troubleshooting (leak, calculation issue…), working behavior in multi-cultural organization with team delivery commitment according priority and reporting

    2013 – 2012:     Mechanical Engineer, (10 months) at IGRID DEFIS contractor for Arianespace, Infrastructure and General Mechanics section in the Centre Spatial Guyanais, Kourou – French Guiana

    Projects: control of operations on steel protection plaques of EAPcarneaux, writing procedures, project supervision on maintenance of infrastructure (launching pad, supply building…)

    Skills Developed: safety, cost optimization, team supervision, schedule management, lead on infrastructure modification projects (painting Launching Tables, design of main operation desk…), troubleshooting (carneaux operations, extra load on platform…) and field inspection

    2012 – 2011:     Final Masters Degree Internship (6 months) in Arianespace, Infrastructure and General Mechanics section, in the Centre Spatial Guyanais, Kourou – French Guiana

    Subject:wear analysis on steel protection plaques of EAP carneaux of Ariane 5

    Tasks:high temperature behavior of steel, thermic flow, understanding of wear phenomenon, data analysis, information synthesis, operations supervision, troubleshooting, writing procedure and safety

    2011 – 2010:     2nd year Masters Degree Internship (3 months) in the laboratory of Teresa Bandosz at City College of New York, New York – USA

    Subject:synthesis and analysis of Silica powder (SBA 15) in gas absorption

    Tasks:SBA 15 synthesis, powder analysis techniques, absorption phenomenon and technical English

    2009 – 2008:     Final Two-Year Technical Degree Internship(3 months) in the Snecma analysis laboratory, Centre SpatialGuyanais, Kourou – French Guiana

    Subject:edit a maintenance procedure of an optical device for clean-room control

    Tasks:optical device and its software, determination of the maintenance needs and writing procedure

    Interests

    Leadership Experience:

    2009:           Vice president of the Student Association of Material & Mechanic Department at INSA de Lyon

    2010:           President of the Student Association of the IUT Physical Measurements

    Sports:             Swimming, snowboarding, wakeboarding, rugby

    Hobbies:         Travel, cuisine, cinema

    References

    Available upon request

    Languages

    French:            Native speaker

    English:          Fluent (Reading, Writing and Speaking), 17 months in English speaking countries, TOEIC score: 920


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