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     Date Submitted:22-07-2015
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     Current job:Project Manager Satellite Equipment
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     KeywordsProject Management Satellite Programme Excellence ESA
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    Date of birth                          02/11/1977 in Angers, France

    Nationality                             French & German

     

    Currently: Programme Excellence Manager, Airbus Defence & Space

    • Sets standards for best-of-class Bid, Project & Program Management across Airbus Defence & Space
    • Actively works with Project Managers to ensure proper support is available
    • Manages internal Project Management certifications across the Division.

     

    Professional Experience                 

     

    Airbus Defence & Space - Munich: PMO for the COMPETE Program Office

    December 2013 to January 2015

    Steered change and improvement measures across Airbus Defence & Space. Set the governance and rules of working. Owned, defined and managed the Masterplan, and ensured timely delivery of targets.

     

    Astrium Satellites – Ottobrunn / Processing & Platform Products (now Electronics): Project Manager

    October 2009 to November 2013

    Managed CMCU (Clock Monitoring & Control Unit) for GALILEO FOC (ESA). Ensured and realized on-time, on-quality, on-cost delivery of 14 Flight Models electronic modules to the Customer. Supervised procurement, engineering, manufacturing and tests (all on-site). Conducted reviews with the Customer and the management. Controlled costs and negotiated contractual conditions.

    Achievements: Modules delivered earlier than contractually planned, financial benefits for the company, words of appraisal from the Customer and the management.

     

    EADS Astrium – Paris / Ottobrunn: Advanced Business Developer

    May 2006 to September 2009

    Selected, defined and led cross divisional business development studies, assigned teams and work packages, steered content and proper evolution of studies.
    Achievements: coordinated the preparation of two unsolicited proposals to ESA. Secured national agencies’ contributions for 3M€. Proposals accepted by ESA, internal process endorsed.

     

    EADS Space Transportation - Ottobrunn, Germany: Project Manager and Business Developer

    January 2004 to April 2006

    Led projects in equipment domain (hydrogen technology, composites, landing systems). Acquired new business in landing gears, and secured partnerships with European and American industries.

     

    EADS Astrium - Ottobrunn, Germany: Project Operations for Galileo Proposal Team

    January 2005 to August 2005

    Led operations for the preparation of the EADS Astrium proposals for two Ground Mission Segment contracts: the ULS (UpLink Station, 20M€) and MSF (Mission Support Facility, 8M€).

     

    EADS – Corporate Young Manager Programme

    September 2002 to December 2003

    One-year selective entry program, with four assignments in various EADS Business Units.
     

    MIT, GAS TURBINE LABORATORY - Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.:Research Assistant

    September 2000 to February 2002

    Developed design requirements for the Quiet Supersonic Platform project. Established aerodynamics properties to reach low sonic boom. Evaluated configurations using computational fluid dynamics.

     

    Education                 

     

    MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.

    Master’s degree in Aeronautics & Astronautics, January 2002.

    Courses include Systems and Project Management, Aerospace Product Design, Enhanced Aerodynamics, and Spacecraft Dynamics and Control. Research project on supersonic aircraft design.

     

    ECOLE CENTRALE PARIS - Paris, France

    Diplôme d’Ingénieur, June 2000. 2-year complete curriculum in engineering. Third year’s emphasis on aerospace engineering, with courses across all disciplines (thermal, mechanical, propulsion, etc.).

     

    Professional Trainings (Selection)

    CLIP (Collective Leadership Intervision Program) 2x4days, 2014

    Program for Airbus DS selected Managers to excel in their leadership skills: generating customer value, driving excellence and innovation, communicating honestly and effectively, delivering in our global environment, and developing oneself and others.

    ASSET (Astrium Space Systems Engineering Training) 2x5days, March 2010

    Professional interactive, target group focused Space Systems Engineering (SE) training: Space SE principles; application of Space SE in Astrium-specific learning project; real-life SE experience.

    BUILDING WINNING PROPOSALS (ASTRIUM SPACE SCHOOL) 3days, November 2009

    Practical training on do’s & don’ts to manage complex (ex: ESA) proposals, with case study.

    TECHNICAL DISCIPLINES OF SPACE SYSTEMS (ASTRIUM SPACE SCHOOL) 3 weeks, 2008

    Training on different disciplines across ASTRIUM. Included satellite missions & operations, launchers, AOCS, thermal control, propulsion, optics, electrical architecture, avionics, and integration & tests.

     

    Skills                          

    Computer:       CATIA V4. Familiar with Matlab, Unix, and all Microsoft Office software

    Languages:       French (mother tongue), English (bilingual), German (bilingual).

     

    Interests                    

    Travel, fine wines, cooking, piano, running, horseback riding.


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