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     Date Submitted:01-12-2015
     Last Modified:01-12-2015 (07:37)
    Job information
     Current job:Validation and Verification Manager.
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsTest manager.
    CV

    EMPLOYMENT

     

    From 2012: DEIMOS SPACE, S.L.U., MADRID (SPAIN)

     

    Activity

    ·       Validation and Verification Manager.

    ·       Management of AIV team for an international project.

    ·       Analyze, design, document, execute and report test cases for Galileo Mission Support Facility software.

    ·       Automation testing by using scripting.

    ·       Manage incidences.

    Technical Tools

    ·       DOORs.

    ·       Redmine.

    ·       CVS.

    ·       Specific validation tools for Galileo Mission Support Facility project.

     

    From 2011 to 2012: AMPER S.A., MADRID (SPAIN)

     

    Activity

    ·       Software Quality Engineer.

    ·       Analyze, design, document and execute test cases about defense applications, such as border, emergency and mobility control.

    ·       Prepare and install test environment.

    ·       Configure test environment.

    ·       Report result of test cases.

    ·       Manage incidences.

    Technical Tools

    ·       DOORs.

    ·       JIRA.

    ·       CVS.

     

    From 2008 to 2011: ERICSSON S.A., MADRID (SPAIN)

     

    Activity

    ·      Software Quality Engineer.

    ·       HSS node functional validation of the IMS network.

    ·       Carrying out a framework for TTCN-3 and functional validation of HLR and AUC nodes of Ericsson's GSM network.

    ·       Implementing test plans for further encoding in TTCN-3.

    ·       Programming of different modules in PLEX (language encoding of the nodes of the core network from Ericsson) and unit tests for each of the modules.

    ·       Design, implementation and execution of unit and system tests to verify the new version of HLR node of Ericsson's GSM network.

    ·       Carrying out of different test reports.

    ·       Manage incidences.

    ·      Collaboration in an audit process TMMI (Test Maturity Model - Integrated).

    ·       Working in Agile methodologies (SCRUM).

    Technology and tools

    ·       Protocols: DIAMETER, LDAP, SIP, TCAP, MAP, MML, SOAP, ...

    ·       Tools: ClearCase, development environmentTTCN-3, WINFIOL (management of GSM network nodes), ClearQuest, MGTS (Message Generation Test System), Ethereal, ...

     

    From 2006 to 2007: Telefónica Móviles S.A., MADRID (SPAIN)

     

    Activity

    ·       Software Quality Engineer.

    ·       Certification of projects using load testing, checking project documentation, reporting, etc.

    Technology and tools

    ·       Loadrunner, Winrunner, Telelogic, McCabe, …

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Telecommunication Engineering

    o   Specialization in Telematics.At the university of Alcalá, Madrid (Spain).

     

    Degree in Telecommunications Technical Engineering (2001 – 2006)

    o   Specialization in Telematics. At the university of Alcalá, Madrid (Spain).

    o   End of Studies Project: “Implementation in MATLAB® and Comparison of the Algorithms of Evolutionary Programming CEP and FEP”.

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    English:

    o   At the University of Alcalá, Madrid (Spain). The subjects:

    ·       Comprehension and Professional Production of Written Texts in English.

    ·       Oral Expression in English.

    o   Classes of English at the school CHESTER (Madrid, Spain), for 8 months.

    o   Classes of English at Cork Institute of Technology (Ireland), for 9 months.

    o   4th year of Bachelor of Electronic Engineering like an Erasmus Student at Cork Institute of Technology (Ireland).

     

    ADDITIONAL TRAINING

     

    Course ISTQB Certified Tester - Foundations Level (2009)

    ·       Certificate ISTQB like tester.

     

    OTHERS SKILLS

     

    Operating System:MS-DOS, Windows95/98/NT/2000/XP, LINUX (programming in C in a medium level: sockets, procedures, system calls,...), UNIX.

     

    Programming:C, C++, MATLAB. Basic knowledgeof SQL, PHP, HTML, VHDL, ADA and family assembler80x86.

     

    Architecture and protocols for mobile network:DIAMETER, RADIUS, SIP, LDAP

     

    Others:Excel, Word, Access, Dreamweaver MX, Frontpage, Outlook and Internet.

     

    INTERESTS

     

    Languages, travelling, improve my skills, …

     

    REFERENCES

     

    Julio César Díaz Díaz-Chirón (AIV Manager)

    Deimos Space S.LU, Madrid (Spain).

     

    Pablo Nuñez De La Calle (Team Leader)

    Ericsson, Madrid (Spain).


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