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     Date Submitted:26-07-2015
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     Current job:Methods Engineer, Operations & Facilities Coordinator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:, , Launch Systems
     KeywordsKeen on astronautics with a spirit of initiative and pragmatism
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    Keen on Astronautics with a spirit of initiative and pragmatism

    Methods Engineer,  Operations & Facilities Coordinator

     

    Education

    # Dec. 2009

    Master of Science in Design and Technology of Spacecraft achieved at the University of Southampton.

    Attended courses: Astronautics, Spacecraft Engineering Design, Reliability and Maintainability, Finite Element Method…

    Engineer’s degree obtained at the French school ESTACA (Paris).

    - Major: Space engineering.

    - Minor: Control system.

    Attended courses: Orbit mechanics, Bond Graph, MIMO systems…

    # 2003

    A levels (Maths & Physics) graduated with honours.

     

    Academic achievements

    # 2007/2008

    - Master’s project: Designed and built a wheel-legged rover for hazardous environments or space exploration.

    - Spacecraft Engineering Design's project: Designed an ice monitoring mission on a Molnya orbit. 

    # 2006/2007

    - Control system project: Improved a numerical telemetry for a small-scale model. Dimensioned sensors and designed a PCB.

    - Space mechanics project: Studied possible journeys for a return-sample on Mars. 

    - Reliability and maintainability project: Studied the ion thruster NSTAR of the US mission Deep Space One.

    # 2005/2006

    - Space project: Designed a launcher for Low Earth Orbit and trajectory optimisation.

    -Project of methodology: Developed communications and working methods in a newly born association.

    -Data processing project: Created a strategy game with a flexible graphics interface in java language.

    -Design project: Designed a subway wheel with the software Catia.

     

    Work experience

    # Since 2013

    Engineer at Arianespace:

    - Methods manager for the implementation process and the maintenance plans of the electrical ground segment.

    - During launch campaigns: Coordinator for the whole ground activity of Ariane5 facilities.

    # From 2011 to 2013

    -Technical Manager of the Ground Distributed Control System for Ariane5, Soyuz and Vega launch facilities.

    - During launch campaigns: Electrical ground-segment operations coordinator for Ariane5 & Soyuz facilities.

    # From 2009 to 2011

    -Implementation specialist of navigation equipments for the European launcher Ariane5.

     -During launch campaigns:

    o Operations manager of attitude control & data-processing subsystems for Ariane5.

    o Electrical payload operations manager for Ariane5, Soyuz and Vega launchers.

    # July 2008 (25 weeks)

    Trainee at SNECMA:

    - Characterization of magnetic field and plasma of the Hall thruster PPS-1350.

    - Validation of results from the 3D model software COMSOL and a laboratory 1D code.

    - Skills acquired: organizing and highlighting my research in a R&D department.

    # July 2007 (2 weeks)

    Student at the Summer School Alpbach 2007:

    - Courses of Astrobiology (Planets’ physics, Chemistry, Geology…) and Spacecraft design.

    - Design of a spacecraft to land on Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons.

    - Skills acquired: communicating in a European team, grasping the concept of draft project.

    #August 2005 (4 weeks)

    Trainee at the musée de l’Air et de l’Espace du Bourget:

    - Restoration of old plane structures (wings of Canadair and Caravelle).

    - Restoration of flight control element on an old French bomber (A10 "Invaders").

    - Skills acquired: working in boiler making with a reduced team of workers.  

    # July 2005 (6 weeks)

    Trainee within Valeo group:

    - Creation of computer documentation about power modules in car air-conditioning.

    - Thermal test (work in artificial environment, installation of thermal probes) on prototype modules.

    - Skills acquired: becoming integrated in a multinational, respecting deadlines and organizing work. 

     

    Skills

    French native language.

    English: advanced speaker and writer.

    Spanish: intermediate level.

    Russian: elementary level.

    Computer skills: programming (C, Java, Matlab) and office software (Office suite).

    French driving licence.

    Personal skills: open-minded, creative, autonomous, quick learner.

     

    Hobbies & Interests

    Keen on Astronautics, Robotics and New Technologies.

    Sport (fencing, sailing, Thai boxing, and scuba diving).

    Art & computer graphics (painting, creation of comics and logos). 

    Regional Treasurer (French Guiana) for the SNSM (French Lifeboat and Lifeguard Society) and member of the French Red Cross.

     

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