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Wed, 15 Nov 2017 12:00:00 +0100
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     Date Submitted:10-11-2015
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     Current job:Electrical System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsElectrical Power System Design and AIV, Avionic Design and AIV
    CV
    Personal Infos
    · Nationality: Italian
    · Date and place of birth: 01-04-1970 to St. Gavino Monreale (CA)
     
    EDP skills
    Operative systems and Development environments
    ·UNIX for Digital and Sun WS (like Solaris)
    ·Windows
    Engineering Software Application
    · Mathlab 2008, AutoCAD, MS Office
    Special Automotive Application
    · Control Desk 4.0 and Motion Desk 1.0 (Dspace 4.0), CAN bus analyser
    Special Aerospace Application
    · Aerospace Application software: Open Center 3.3 (Central Checkout Sw), CGS
    5.1.1 (Columbus Ground System), MOIS, SCOS 2k, CCS GFOC 3.1 (Central
    Checkout Sw Application).
    Electrical Engineering Application
    · PSICE, ABB Tool,
    Programming Languages
    · C: advanced;C++: intermediate;VBasic;Java2; ADA.
    · Application software and programming languages to develop embedded software devoted for the
    functional integration of complex system in aerospace field:
    o Elisa: advanced;UCL: advanced. SPARK.
    Aerospace Industry Standards
    · ECSS-E-10-02A/03A, ECSS-E-20A/30-6A/40A/60A, ECSS-Q-30/60-02A.
    Standard Data communication Bus
    MIL-1553-STD B, RS422/232/485, CAN BUS, MACS BUS
     
    Post Graduated Courses
    · IMA project management by ALTRAN - 2008
    · Rules of the Electrical Market and user connection to the electrical network by Politechnic of Turin – 2012
    · German Language by Berliz Institute – 2013
     
    Language skills
    · Italian mother tongue
    · English: fluent spoken and written
    · French: fair spoken and poor written
    · Russian: poor spoken and poor written
     
    Job experiences
    · From 07.01.2014 up to present Electrical System Engineer contractor for the
    prime industrial contractor of Solar Orbiter Project.
    o Engineering support for the System CRD .and for EPS equipment reviews
    as TRB, DRB,, TRR and PTRs.
    o Author of EPS design, EPS power budgets and performance and voltage
    drop analysis and electrical test requirement specification documents of
    EPS equipment.
    o Engineering support to the system requirement verification matrix
    development and requirement flow down;
    o Engineering support to the technical management of EPS equipment
    suppliers by attending Design and Manufacturing Review meeting, as well
    as PM and weekly meeting.
    o Engineering Support to review EPS supplier RfDs by providing
    engineering assessment notes.
    o Engineering support for the EPS equipments AIT qualification at system
    level. Analysis and Review of test results, author of assessment test
    report. Traubleshooting of NCRs.
     
    · From 15-05-2012 up to 31.12.2013 System AIT Engineer consultant for the
    AIT department of Space Industry in the frame of GALILEO project with
    following task:
    o Engineering support to configure and set-up on-board HW equipments for
    AOCS functional verification, dedicated to platform functional testing on
    flight satellite.
    o Conducting and leading electrical interface qualification of the satellite
    platform.
    o Responsible for Ground support equipments configuration and
    management of avionic simulators;
    o Acknowledgement of SCOS2000 Operational user, following a training
    course at Therma premises.
    o NCR troubleshooting engineering activity and management on NCTS,
    contribution to the engineering assessment.
     
    · From 1-03-2011 up to 1-03-2012 Avionic Engineer consultant for the AIT
    department ELV (Avio Group/ASI Company’s) in the frame of VEGA luncher
    project with following task:
    o Support to the final electrical integration of the equipments of the luncher
    and the functional acceptance verification.
    o Responsible for the electrical safety of the electrical integration activities
    performed by Altran employs at the VEGA luncher pad in the Centre
    Spatial Guyanese.
    o Supporting the qualification of the Lunch Operations, at the control bench
    Lunch Pad, for the loading of the propulsion system of the fourth stage of
    the Luncher.
    o Design & Development of Matlab scripts for the End-to-end ground
    segment - luncher TLM post-analysis from ground and on-board avionic
    sensors and actuators equipments.
    o Conducting Power Qualification Test Campaign of VEGA launcher on the
    Avionic Qualification Model at Colleferro premises. It was concerning
    measurements of end to end Pyro lines activation, Power current
    protection, voltage transient on main power buses and command timing
    delay verification and battery discharge mission performance.
    o Supporting relevant TRR PTR and MRB by providing result analysis of the
    measurements performed.
    o NCR regression measurement on pyro separation function of the luncher
    stages separation subsystem.
    o Electrical measurements with Multi-channel Oscilloscope,by internal or
    external triggers signals (Agilent Infiniium MSO), Digital Multimeters
    Agilent, Fluke portable multimeters, Agilent Milli-ohmeter, ATEX
    multimeters Ex ia, Mega-Ohmeter for isolation vetifications, ISO-TECH
    Power Supplies, ARITZU VMA.
    o Ground to on-board units electrical I/F verification by injection of
    stimulation signals.
    o Configuration Setting and electrical I/Fs verifications of Avionic SCOEs as
    Avionics Simulator and Power Simulator.
    o Configuration setting of Power supplies of EPS SCOEs for Avionic
    electrical and functional verification (Current and Voltages levels, Over
    Voltage Protection and Over current protection).
    o Usage of Laboratory (as ISO-Tech i.e.) power supplies for unit power I/Fs
    testing and for Harness loops verification.
    o Development of Electrical AIT procedures for Power subsystem.
    o Power Verifications: Isolation and bonding, Power steady verification and
    In-Rush current.
     
    · From 1-12-2010 till 1-03-2011 Software Engineer for Altran as Selex Galileo
    supplier to design a Flight Embedded Software with following task:
    o SPARK examiner analysis of ADA avionic I/Fs flight software packages,
    already qualified, and in order to evaluate its grade of compliancy with
    safety critical standards. The task required to improve the product under
    analysis by adding suitable SPARK core annotations prior to perform the
    analysis, on specification modules, aimed to allow the examination on
    overloading, scope and visibility rules for: Global Variables, and Subpackages
    dependency relation.
     
    · From 1-08-2008 to 1-10-2010 Avionic Engineer for Avionic and Operation
    engineering department of Thales with following task:
    EXPERT main tasks
    System Engineering Tasks:
    o Technical monitoring of Suppliers of Avionic Equipment: OBDH, EPS,
    Launcher and discent I/F, Gyros.
    o Technical monitoring and development of trade of analysis for equipment
    as Virtual Memory and Gyro and Discent S/S Electrical I/F.
    o Author of SOW for Avionic Equipments;
    o System Requirement Design Review for Electrical topics of:
    Avionic System, Landing System. System Requirements flow down to the
    s/s and equipment.
    o Managing of technical meeting (CDRs, KIPs, MIPs, TRBs) with both
    Costumer and Suppliers: ESA, EPS, DH, launcher suppliers.
    o Development technical parts of Contract Change Notes toward the
    customer;
    o Technical Management of Critical Design Review of Avionic Equipments.
    o Avionic System Design progress reports to CDRs.
    Avionic Engineer Tasks:
    o Development of: Avionic Design Report, System Electrical ICD, Launcher
    to Payload Electrical ICD, Payloads ICD, System Electrical Test
    Specification ( ECSS-E-10-02AVerification, ECSS-E-10-03ATesting, milstd-
    883, ESCC_wires_Cables Spec_18_3901018, SSP30425_RevB,
    SCC_3401_056, ECSS-E-ST-20C, ECSS-E-ST-50, ecss-q-20-10A,
    ECSS-E-20A: General, power; ECSS-E-20B: General and Electric
    Power);
    o Development and Maintenance of System Power, Data and Measurement
    Errors Budgets;
    o Specification of interfaces requirement for OBSW supplier. (ECSS-E-40A);
    o Requirement specification for Avionic Equipment.
    o Acting as focal point for most of avionic issues at system level.
    o Engineering Analysis at System Level on:
    o Accuracy of Analogue measurement acquisition from sensors;
    o Voltage Drop on power line;
    o Power Transient related to avionic equipment cascade and
    landing system activation (pyrotechnics) made by modeling the
    serial of electrical impedances with Matlab simulink and
    powersim.
    o Kip and Mip of Avionic Equipment as EPS and VMU.
    o Reviewer CDR AIT unit documents as AIT Plan and procedures of avionic
    units (EPS, Memory, Data Handling). Review Avionic unit test reports
    TRB;
    o Power Subsystem electrical I/Fs Design review.
    MSP main tasks
    This is part of In-Orbit-T service provided, in the frame of ISS to Columbus
    Payloads Containers such as FSL, EDR.
    Avionic Engineering Tasks:
    o Power Transient Analysis of upgrade of the on board data storage HW
    capabilities.
    o Technical notes and Analysis report development.
    System Engineering Tasks:
    o Part in International Review Board meetings for customer proposal
    assessment
    o Design Requirement Specification for electrical interface aspects.
    Projects:
    o EXPERT - European eXPEriment RE-entry Testbad’ phases B/C/D;
    o Fluid Scientific Laboratory - Columbus ‘Manned Space Program Industrial
    Operator Team’: at Turin (Italy).
     
    · From 15-10-2004 to 31-07-2008 Avionic Drag-Free Attitude Control System
    AIV- AIT Engineer for AIT-AIV department of Thales in Turin with following
    task:
    GOCE Satellite main tasks:
    o Management Engineer Board Meeting with Customer and Supplier to assess:
    the planning of test activity, the test documentation and the test results.
    o Conducting Verification and Test Review Board meeting with project costumer
    on based on the analysis results.
    o Design of Test Specification document at system level for the client
    requirements verification focusing on Guidance Navigation and Control
    subsystem.
    o Assessment of Supplier Changes Request
    o Development of Verification Reports document of the system test results.
    o Development and assessment of NCRs with anomalies identification and
    analysis. Most of these tasks have been carried out by Matlab scripts
    designed to perform avionic data post analysis.
    o Design and Development of the configuration layout for the signals link (data
    flow and synchronization signals) between ground equipments and on-board
    vehicle through its ground I/Fs.
    o Technical Management of the Avionic Simulator acceptance and following two
    years of continuous maintenance as: updating of several models used as
    source of stimuli for the S/C ground I/F and synchronization mechanism with
    on-board processes.
    o Assembly and Integration Manager deputy, following the supplier activities
    and daily reporting to the project management the results according with
    schedule effectiveness.
    o Design and Development of Flight Operation Procedure using MOIS tool and
    APs with UCL coding language.
    o Conducting and operate system functional and environmental test validation
    campaign using CGS as check out system
    o AOCS units I/Fs testing as Sun and Earth sensors, star trackers, Magnetotorquers,
    GPS receiver as platform preliminary integration campaign.
    o Functional I/Fs Verifications (as: redundancy, maintenance configurations,
    measurement, actuation and data communication).
    o Physical I/Fs Verification (as actuation and sensors accuracy, physical ground
    measurement, polarity).
    o Ground to board units electrical I/F qualification by injection of stimulation
    data.
    o Configuration Setting and electrical I/Fs verifications of Avionic SCOEs as
    Dynamic simulators (RTS), Sun Simulators, GPS simulators, and gradiometer
    (Payload) simulators,
    o Configuration setting of Power supplies of EPS SCOEs for AOCS functional
    verification (Current and Voltages levels, OVP and OCP).
    o Development of procedures for System AIT and for environmental test
    campaign as Thermal Vacum as closed loop and missions verification.
    o Development of System Test Specification for closed loop tests.
    o Development of functional AIT Procedure for AOCS units qualification and
    acceptance verification as OL subsystem verification, units functional
    verification, polarity verification AOCS (Attitude and Orbit control including
    propulsion cold thrust subsystem) Subsystem Testing.
    o Conducting AOCS subsystem functional and system verification by closed
    loop and mission testing.
    o System Environmental and final acceptance AIT campaign.
    VENUS and MARS Express main Tasks
    o Design and coding of Elisa scripts to operate automatically the AOCS units for
    the environmental system test campaign. (Sign-Vibration, Acoustic, TBTV,
    EMC, FAR).
    o Development of user manual document to operate AOCS units.
    o Analysis verification of sensor and actuators performance during the whole
    test campaign and STR SW patch uploading with new stars catalogues and
    NCR troubleshooting.
    o Perform final verification of fuel system in Lunch Facility before and after tanks
    loading and to edit and maintenance of embedded code to perform final
    checks and to load on avionic embedded software flight patches during launch
    operation.
    o Design and develop AOCS branches of system test procedure.
    o Same tasks already carried out during previous experience like AOCS AIV
    Test Engineer exposed hereafter with particular emphasis on: Test and
    electrical measurements of RWs actuators and Star Trackers and Inertial
    Measurement Units sensors and mission test.
    Project ‘GOCE’ for C/D and E phases location:
    o At EADS/Astrium GmbH (Germany), for 12 months, to Immenstaad (D):
    functional test on the EM model (Test Bench) of the scientific satellite ‘GOCE’.
    o At Thales Alenia Space premises in Turin, for 7 month for the functional test
    campaign at system level on flight model
    o At ESA/ESTEC (Netherlands), for eight months during environmental test
    campaign and remaining functional test completion
    Project ‘Venus Express’ for C/D and E phases location:
    o At EADS/Astrium Sas (French), for eleven months, to Toulouse (F): functional
    test on the FM model of the scientific satellite ‘Venus Express’.
    o At Starsem premises of Baikonur (Kazakstan), for three months during lunch
    campaign.
     
    · 15-03-2004÷01-10-2004. like EGSE Engineer for AIT-AIV department of
    Alenia Spazio Turin to operate the avionic simulator of the spacecraft
    “Automated Transfer Vehicle” with the following tasks:
    o Development of UCL code scripts. CGS 5.1 (Columbus Ground Sw) sw
    environment was used for development, maintenance, for real-time test
    execution and data analysis and report.
    o Troubleshooting activity when not conformance was found: off-line traffic data
    analysis of MIL-STD 1553 BUS;
    o Special Application Sw development for automatic set up and commanding of:
    1553 MILBus Simulator, Power Front-End Equipment;
    o Administration task concerning preparation, maintenance, storing and back up
    of test session data using CGS services and utilities (IMDB, FA);
    The experience in the carrying out of the aforesaid assignments is matured
    within the project ‘Automated Transfer Vehicle: Jules Verne’:
    o at the KIS Laboratories of RSC-Energia, for seven month, to Moscow (RF):
    functional test 4A4C on the flight and spare models of the RECS subsystem of
    ICC part.
     
    · 01-07-2003 ÷ 01-03-2004 Working for FIAT Research Centre in Turin, like
    Software System Engineer with the tasks following described:
    o Algorithm design and programming of the models of outside and inside of
    vehicle’s sensor and the environment (road) constraints, using Simulink
    standard and user-defined blocks by S-function in C-MEX code.
    o Design and develop of the simulator environment software by the Matlab’s
    graphic functions.
    o Finite-State-Machine design and programming using Stateflow tool in order to
    include control logic strategy in a Simulink Model.
    Project ‘Amica’: automatic guidance functions for a vehicles’ platoon.
    o A simulator environment was carried out in order to test the control algorithm
    performance on dynamic behavior of system model. A model has been
    designed to study environment constraints and to simulate a platoon of three
    vehicles with automatic guidance functions.
    o Platoon control techniques were applied to control longitudinal dynamic of
    vehicles using inside sensor measurements (laser, gyros and
    accelerometers). The lateral dynamic of vehicles was independently controlled
    by outside sensor measurements (transponders along the vehicle’s path).
    These were used to get an error signal for the feedback controller and as a
    preview signal concerning the desires trajectory used for the feedfoward
    compensator.
     
    · 01-04-2001÷15-06-2003 like AOCS Test Engineer for AIT-AIV avionic
    department of Alenia Spazio Turin with the tasks following described.
    o Design and Development automatic procedure document for the functional
    test on AOCMS subsystem: SADM, Antenna Motors, IMUs, RACS.
    o Design, programming, coding, debugging and maintenance of automatic test
    scripts code by Elisa language (a dedicated C++ pre-compiler) for AOCS
    functional test purposes and system test.
    o Open Center was used like environment of SW development, maintenance,
    for real-time test execution.
    o Conducting AOCS CL and OL Tests, for both EQM and PFM models.
    o design and programming scripts for on-line TM analysis and archiving related
    to the main expected events, (State transition, FDIR monitoring and unit
    measurements.
    o Development of test report for analysis of the results and troubleshooting
    activity was performed discussing with AOCS SW designer when not
    conformance was found.
    o Perform of unit electric integration tests of subsystem AOCS.
    o Support to ESOC, for AOCS operation, during remote System Verification
    Test on both EQM and PFM spacecraft, by monitoring TM parameter in order
    to overcome any troubles due to the S/C current configuration constraints or
    dynamic simulation setup.
    The experience in the carrying out of the aforesaid assignments is matured
    within the followings projects.
    Project ‘Rosetta’ for the phases C/D and E/F:
    o at Thales Alenia Space in Turin: functional test on the Qualification and Flight
    models of ‘Rosetta’ satellite;
    o at the Laboratories ESTEC-ESA, in Noordwijk (NL): test of environmental
    compatibility on the Flight satellite model.
    o at the CSG, to Kourou (Guyana Fr.): lunchment campaign.
    Project ‘Mars Express’ for D/E phases:
    o near Astrium-France to Tolosa (F): functional and of environmental
    compatibility verifications on the model of flight of the satellite ‘Mars Express’.
     
    · 01-10-2000÷01-01-2001. Teacher in technical Institute of for the subjects of
    Mathematics, Electronics, Electro-technical and Electro-technical lab.
     
    · Other periodic activities:
    ◊ Design and installation of electricity energy distribution plants for residential and commercial users.
     
    Education
    · Italian Engineer Patented for Design Electrical Plants. The 16th September 2000 and mark 116/140
    · Master Degree on Electrical Engineering - Mark 105/110 at State University of Cagliari, Italy
    Thesis title: A new method for the coordinated dispatching of a power system
    Supervisors: Prof. F. Pilo and PhD. Eng. G. Celli
    · 07-1999÷07-2000: work carried out within the collaboration between Electrical department and CESI S.p.A.
    · The following activities have been developed:
    o the design & development of an algorithm of based calculation on the
    zero-order methodology of numerical optimisation of
    “multidimensional dynamic programming” applied to a model of power
    system.
    o The implementation of the algorithm of optimisation and dates
    management of calculation was developed with a program in C
    language and MS Visual C++ environment.
    o It was particularly oriented to solve dispatching services of a power
    system with big number of distributed resources including renewable
    sources.
     
    Goals
    · Professional improving in actual and, eventually, in different fields.
    · Opportunities of integration of professional and University skills.
    · Willing to travel (business trips).
     
    Associations
    · I have been member in the Association Electro technical Italian (AEIT) since
    June 2000
    · Member of the Turin Album of Professional Engineers since 2009 M11510R.
    I authorize you to use my personal data in accordance with the requirements of Italian law 675/96

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    All it takes is a few minutes and a credit card (Visa or American Express). To sign-up to this service, simply click on the Register link and fill in the form. You will then have instant access to our system after on-line payment where you will be able to complete the transaction in either US Dollars, UK Pounds or Euros.

    All online credit/debit card transitions are handled through our secure third party payment processors at WorldPay. Worldpay are part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, the 5th biggest banking group in the world, WorldPay payment solutions are trusted by thousands of businesses, big and small worldwide. 

    Pricing starts at €450 (approx £350 or US$500 - use the convert tool for an exact conversion) for one month unlimited job postings and unlimited CV database access (for one user), with package discounts available if you have more permanent recruiting needs. For example, a Gold subscription will give you unlimited jobs posting and unlimited CV database access for one year at just over €250 per month!

     

    2017 Pricing Structure (excluding VAT):

    1 month - Discovery 450 euros convert
    3 months - Bronze 1150 euros convert
    6 months - Silver 1950 euros convert
    12 months - Gold 3200 euros convert

     

    If online payment is not convenient, give us a call at +33(0)562211007 or send us an email at sales@space-careers.com. We will set up an account for you and invoice you. Note that you can also pay through PayPal.

    Please note that the posting of academic positions is free of charge. All you need to do is email us your job description and we will post it for you.

     

    VAT:

    Spacelinks is based in France so the following European Union regulations regarding electronic commerce apply:
    - if your business is located outside the EU, VAT does not apply to you
    - if your business is located in France, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you don't have a valid VAT registration number, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you do have a valid VAT registration number, you won't be charged VAT provided you give us your VAT number (mandatory for invoicing)

     

    Support:

    For sales enquiries and general information, you can call us on +33(0)562211007.
    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)562211007 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.

     

    Warning:

    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in @yourcompany.com. Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing sales@space-careers.com. Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

     
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