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     Date Submitted:30-09-2015
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     Current job:Ingénieur AMOA Segment Sol
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     KeywordsCoordination activités sol
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    EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONNELLE :

       

    Janvier 2010 - Septembre 2015

    CNES Toulouse

    AMOA Segment Sol

    Projet ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle) - Vitrociset Belgium

    Ø Coordination, planification de la qualification des sous-systèmes informatiques de l’ATV-CC (Centre de Contrôle ATV).

    Ø Coordination de l’équipe Système informatique dédiée : organisation et suivi des activités systèmes.

    Ø Intégration, validation et déploiement des nouvelles versions logicielles de l’ATV-CC.

    Ø Interface avec les services du CNES : phonie, vidéo, distribution du temps, logistique, énergie, climatisation.

    Ø Opérateur sol sur les missions ATV2, ATV3, ATV4 et ATV5 : maintien en condition opérationnelle des centres de contrôle, établissement des télécommunications bord/sol, support aux utilisateurs.

    Ø Responsable de la préparation des moyens sol pour les chronologies négatives ATV2, ATV3 et ATV4.

    Ø Rédaction des procédures opérationnelles.

       

    Mars 2008 - Décembre 2009

    CNES Kourou

    Chargé de Projet Site

    Construction des pas de tir Soyuz  et VEGA au Centre Spatial Guyanais - GTD Sistemas de Informacion

    Ø Responsable de chantier pour l’installation et les validations des systèmes informatiques et automatisés développés par GTD sur les chantiers des lanceurs Soyuz et VEGA.

    Ø Coordination et gestion des équipes de sous traitance (10 à 12 personnes).

    Ø Reporting au chef de projet à Barcelone.

    Ø Rédaction des procédures de validations et d’intégrations des systèmes installés.

    Ø Participation aux recettes sites des sous systèmes installés.

       

    Janvier 2002 - Février 2008

    Arianespace Kourou

    Responsable Technique

    Programme Ariane 5 - GTD Sistemas de Informacion

    Ø Direction de la maintenance et de l’exploitation d’un banc de contrôle informatique (CCS) pour Ariane 5.

    Ø Responsable d’une équipe de 7 techniciens et ingénieurs assurant la disponibilité opérationnelle du CCS lors des campagnes de préparation et de lancement Ariane 5.

    Ø Interlocuteur privilégié de l’exploitant Arianespace.

    Ø Reporting au département spatial de GTD à Barcelone.

    Ø Chargé de campagne CCS lors des campagnes de lancement Ariane 5.

    Ø Opérateur CCS lors des chronologies de lancement Ariane 5.

    Ø Rédaction des procédures de maintenance et d’exploitation du CCS.

       

    Mars 2000 - Décembre 2001

    Arianespace Kourou

    Ingénieur informatique Système/Application

    Programme Ariane 5 - GTD Sistemas de Informacion

    Ø Préparation, installation, validation et intégration des configurations applicatives du CCS Ariane 5.

    Ø Maintien en condition opérationnelle du banc de contrôle CCS (équipements réseaux, informatiques et automates industriels).

    Ø Chargé de campagne CCS lors des campagnes de lancement Ariane 5.

    Ø Opérateur CCS lors des chronologies de lancement Ariane 5.

    Ø Rédaction des procédures de maintenance et d’exploitation du CCS.

      COMPETENCES TECHNIQUES:

    Ø Gestion de Projet, planification (MS Project).

    Ø Coordination, management d’équipe.

    Ø Intégration, Validation, Déploiement de systèmes informatiques.

    Ø Rédaction de procédures opérationnelles.

    Ø Gestion de configuration du matériel (GMAO, Coswin).

    Ø Développement d’outils métier : planification, gestion d’activités, gestion matérielle, …

    Ø Système d’exploitation (Windows, OpenVMS, Linux, OS X).

    Ø Gestion de configuration logicielle (SVN)

    Ø SGBD (MS Access, Oracle).

    Ø Bureautique (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Outlook, Visio).

    Ø Automates Programmables Industriels (PL7 PRO)

    FORMATION :

       

    1997-1999

    Ø Maîtrise en informatique : Formation IRII (Informatique, Réseaux Industriels et culture Internationale). Institut Supérieur d’Actions Internationales et de Production Saint Joseph Dijon.

       

    1995-1997

    Ø BTS MAI (Mécanique et Automatismes Industriels). Groupe Saint Joseph Dijon.

       

    1993-1995

    Ø BAC STI (Sciences et Technologies Industrielles) Génie Mécanique option Productique. Mention assez bien. Groupe Saint Joseph Dijon

    LANGUES :

    Ø Espagnol courant et technique:

    - 1999 - 2009 : Ingénieur dans la société espagnole GTD Sistemas de informacion. Interface avec les responsables GTD à Barcelone.

    - 1999 : 1 mois d’étude à la Universitat Ramon Lull de Barcelone.

    Ø Anglais courant et technique:

    - Depuis 2010 : Projet ATV piloté par l’Agence Spatiale Européenne. Coordination avec les partenaires internationaux (NASA, DLR).

    - 1998: 3 mois d’étude à la Hope University College de Liverpool. Passage du TOEFL à Londres (540 points).

    DIVERS :

    Ø Titulaire des permis A et B.

    Ø Pratique régulière du VTT et de la course à pied.


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