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     Date Submitted:23-01-2016
     Last Modified:02-02-2016 (09:23)
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     Current job:Technology Chief engineer for Avionics, Human Factors, Armament, integration & Testing, EMC
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsProject manager, Senior System Engineer, Human Factors, Avionics, Integration and Testing
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    POSITION
    Project manager, Senior Systems Engineer, Specialist in Human factors, Avionics, Armament, Integration&Testing for fighter training aircraft and Unmanned Air Systems.

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    FROM JAN. 2014 TO DATE: M-345 TECHNOLOGY CHIEF ENGINEER - AVIONICS: LEAD IN THE DESIGN OF THE AVIONIC and ARMAMENT SYSTEM, HUMAN FACTORS OF THE M-345 BASIC FIGHTER TRAINER A/C. Finmeccanica Aircraft Division, www.finmeccanica.com
    Job details:
    •cross-disciplinary team management for the A/C cockpit design: excellent knowledge in human factors and human machine interface requirements specification, development, evaluation and certification: human factors, anthropometry, accomodability, reachability, controls and indicators, visibility, lighting, HUD and MFD symbology, Mil-Std, Def-Stan and Sae standards, evaluation through mock-ups, ground and flight test, air-worthiness and certification).
    •cross-disciplinary team management for the A/C avionic system design: good knowledge in avionics development, integration, testing, qualification and certification (architecture, redundancies, core suite and equipment definition, Sw development, integration and testing process).
    •budget and planning management
    •ground and flight test management
    •suppliers, clients and Authority meetings
    Business sector: Aerospace - Engineering

    FROM JAN 2011 TO DEC 2013 ALENIA AERMACCHI A/C TRAINERS HUMAN FACTORS LEAD: M-346, M-345, SF-260.
    Job details:
    •human factors team coordination •A/C cockpit ergonomic development (anthropometry, accomodability, reachability, visibility, Std compliancy, etc).
    •graphic interfaces specification (HUD, MFD,HMD symbologies specification, Std compliancy)
    •ground and flight test participation
    Business sector: Aerospace - Engineering

    FROM APR 2007 TO DEC 2010 ALENIA AERMACCHI UAS AVIONIC SYSTEMS AND GROUND STATIONS (HUMAN FACTORS) LEAD.
    Job details:
    • cross-disciplinary team management for the A/C avionic system design for the Sky-X, Sky-Y, Neuron programs,
    • cross-disciplinary team management for the HMI ground station design for the Sky-X, Sky-Y, Neuron programs
    • flight test engineer for A/C systems and sensors.
    Business sector: Aerospace – Engineering

    FROM OCT 2003 TO MARCH 2007 ALENIA AERMACCHI UAS GROUND STATIONS (HUMAN FACTORS) LEAD.
    Job details:
    • responsible for the UAS Control Station human factors design (ergonomics, display and controls) for the Sky-X, Sky-Y, Neuron programs
    • cross-disciplinary team management for the Human factors and avionic aspects
    • flight test engineer for A/C systems.
    Business sector: Aerospace – Engineering

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    FROM FEB. 2013 TO FEB. 2015 TALENT MANAGEMENT ALENIA PROGRAM, sponsored by Finmeccanica Aircraft Division.
    Subjects:
    • economics, , execution and accountability, project management, time management
    • lean production, customer awareness, aerospace quality
    • leadership, negotiation, communication, team working, evaluation and feedback management

    FROM MAR 2003 TO JUL 2003 AEROSPACE SYSTEMS POST GRADUATE COURSE, sponsored by Finmeccanica Aircraft Division.
    Subjects: general systems, avionic systems, integration & testing, airframe design, project management,

    FROM SEP 1995 TO DEC 2002 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, POLITECNICO DI MILANO, score 84/100.
    Subjects: fluidodynamics, aerodynamics, airframes, general systems, avionic systems, flight mechanics, propulsion, aircraft design, space flight mechanics, orbital flight mechanics, space propulsion.

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Mother tongues: Italian and English
    Other languages: Intermediate level in French.
    Communication skills: Excellent communication skills gained through experience in team working, team leadership, meetings with authorities and dedicated course matters. Since the professional carrier beginning, part of different teams dedicated to a/c development, integration and testing. Cooperative and team builder, capable of interacting with colleagues of all disciplines.
    Organisational / managerial skills:Excellent organisational skills in terms of budget, planning, objectives, internal and external resources management gained through experience in team working, team leadership, dedicated course matters. Currently responsible for a team of 8 people, a 3 year time frame program and million euro budget.
    Job-related skills: Excellent human factor skills and good Avionics skills, developed through 10+ experience in the company programs, both in UAS and trainer fighters A/C programs.
    Computer skills Good use of Microsoft Office™ tools (Word, Power point, Excel, Project, Visio). Good knowledge of requirements management tool Doors, Good knowledge of modelling tool Catia and Solid Works.
    Other skills Sailplane flight licence, sky diving licence, wooden works. Driving licence A and B international driving licence (motorbike and car).


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