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     Date Submitted:04-02-2016
     Last Modified:07-02-2017 (02:18)
    Job information
     Current job:Configuration Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
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     KeywordsConfiguration Management, Requirement Management
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Marital Status        Single
    Nationality        Italian
    Date of birth        22/10/1972

    WORK EXPERIENCE        

    Professional level:  16 years of experience

    CURRENT JOB

    • Dates         April 2013 - Current
    • Name and address of employer        OHB SYSTEM. Job location: Bremen
    • Type of business or sector        Space Engineering
    • Occupation or position held        GALILEO Configuration Manager
    Main activities and responsibilities:       
    •    Configuration Items identification, specification requirements management (DOORS), production and maintenance of Configuration Item data list (CIDL)
    •    Configuration control board (CCB) and change/departure documentation
    •    Providing status accounting data (including As-Built Configuration List (ABCL))  and maintaining a structured record system in PLM tool
    •    Maintaining for all Configuration Documents the associated DRLs and DRDs baselines (DOORS and ECLIPSE Databases)
    •    Conducting Configuration Audits and Configuration Inspection


    PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCES

    • Dates         September 2009 - March 2013
    • Name and address of employer        ALTRAN ITALIA (Consultancy Company). Final Customer: Selex Galileo - Milan
    • Type of business or sector        Aerospace Engineering Consultancy
    • Occupation or position held        EFA FLIR Configuration & Requirement Manager
    Main activities and responsibilities        
    •    HW/SW Requirement Management / Product & Functional Baseline Definition / Requirement Breakdown Structure & Requirement Traceability / DXL Procedures in DOORS / PVCS
    •    CCB Management & Change Documentation Issue (Change Request, Change Order, Impact assessment, Change Notices,…)
    •    Conformity Review of: As-Built Product Configuration Vs. Product Requirement Specification (managed in SAP and DOORS Databases)
    •    Verification and Approval of: Configuration Management & Quality Non-Conformance Documentation of Supplier / Sub-Contractor


    • Dates     
    March 2007 - September 2009
    • Name and address of employer        ALTRAN ITALIA (Consultancy Company). Final Customer: Alenia Aermacchi - Milan
    • Type of business or sector        Aerospace Engineering Consultancy
    • Occupation or position held        M-346 (Military Advanced Training Aircraft designed and produced by Alenia Aermacchi) Configuration Manager  
    Main activities and responsibilities        
    •    Definition and Management, for M-346 Aircraft, of: Configuration Management Plan  (CMP) / Procedures / Product  and Functional Baseline Configuration, through applicable Data-Bases (DOORS, ENOVIA/CATIA, PVCS)
    •    Programme CCB (Configuration Control Board) Set-Up and Chair, for evaluation of impacts (in terms of Costs, Schedule, Performances, Safety,…) and approval of Change Request to M-346 Baseline Configuration
    •    DOORS Requirement Management / Traceability

    • Dates         September 2005 - March 2007
    • Name and address of employer        ALENIA AERONAUTICA. Job location: Naples
    • Type of business or sector        Aerospace Industry
    • Occupation or position held        System Integration & Conf. Management for Boeing B-787 Aircraft
    Main activities and responsibilities        
    •    CCB (Configuration Control Board) participation as System Design Configuration Manager
    •    B-787 Mechanic & Electrical Systems Integration (ENOVIA/CATIA V5)
    •    Management of: Technical Interface, Risks & Opportunities in concurrence with Boeing Company System Installation Team
    •    Definition of Technical Specification for Offload Work-Packages of System Installation Design for B-787
    •    Technical evaluation of potential engineering suppliers and support to contract negotiation
           
    • Dates            November 2003 - September 2005
    • Name and address of employer           ALENIA NORTH AMERICA .Job location: Seattle (Boeing Company Facility)
    • Type of business or sector            Aerospace Industry
    • Occupation or position held           System Design  and Configuration Management for  B-787 Aircraft
    Main activities and responsibilities        
    •    System Installation Design Engineer  for  B-787 Program during Joint Definition Phase (ENOVIA/CATIA V5)
    •    CCB (Configuration Control Board) involvement for System Design Change Evaluation
    •    Definition of Technical Specification and Interface Control Document for System Integration & Interface Management Vs. B-787 Program Partners (Fuji, Kawasaki, Mitsubishi, Vought)
     

    • Dates        November 2000 - November 2003
    • Name and address of employer        ALENIA AERONAUTICA S.P.A. Job location: Turin
    • Type of business or sector        Aerospace Industry
    • Occupation or position held        Aerodynamic and Performance Engineer
    Main activities and responsibilities        
    •    Theoretical Analysis of Performances for Military Aircraft’s (TORNADO, EFA, C-27J) and comparison with experimental flights evidences
    •    Aircraft Performances Chart for Aircraft Manual (JAR Requirements)
    •    Liaison and agreement with Italian National Certification Authorities (ENAC and ARMAEREO) for Performance approval and Aircraft Manual issue

    • Dates        September 2000 - November 2000
    • Name and address of employer        VULCAN AIR.  Job location: Naples
    • Type of business or sector        Aerospace Industry
    • Occupation or position held        Structure Design Engineer - Post Degree Master Training
    • Main activities and responsibilities        Structural design for VF600W aircraft wings

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    • Dates        22 February 2001
    • Name and type of organization providing education and training        University “Federico II” in Naples
    • Title of qualification awarded        Qualification for the Profession as Engineer


    • Dates        27 July 2000
    • Name and type of organization providing education and training        University “Federico II” in Naples
    • Principal subjects/occupational
    skills covered        Thesis Title: “Preliminary structural design of the wing for VF600W aircraft” supported by Vulcan Air  Co. (Naples facility)
    • Title of qualification awarded        Degree in Aerospace Engineering. Final Mark: 110/110 (cum laude)

    • Dates        July 1992
    • Name and type of organization providing education and training        Liceum Scientificum “Sbordone” in Naples
    • Title of qualification awarded        Diploma of Secondary Education. Final Mark: 60/60

    PERSONAL SKILLS
    AND COMPETENCES

    MOTHER TONGUE        ITALIAN

    OTHER LANGUAGES

            ENGLISH
    • Reading skill        EXCELLENT
    • Writing skill        EXCELLENT
    • Verbal skill        EXCELLENT
           
            GERMAN
    • Reading and Writing skills        INTERMEDIATE
    • Verbal skill        BASIC
           
           
    PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    •    CMII CERTIFICATION  FROM INSTITUTE OF CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
    •     “PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF AN AEROSPACE WORK-PACKAGE“  PERFORMED IN ALENIA AERONAUTICA
    •    “PROJECT MANAGEMENT” PERFORMED IN BOEING IN SEATTLE
    •    “CONFIGURATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROCESS BASED ON MAIN AERONAUTICAL & SPACE STANDARD: ISO 9001:2000, ISO 10007, ECSS” PERFORMED IN BOEING IN SEATTLE
    •     “CATIA / ENOVIA V5”  PERFORMED IN BOEING IN SEATTLE
    •     “DOORS DATABASE ADVANCED LEVEL” PERFORMED IN ALTRAN
    •    “MAIN PDM TOOLS USED IN AEROSPACE” PERFORMED IN ALTRAN
    •     “QUALITY AND PROCESSES CONTROL ACCORDING TO ISO  STANDARD”  PERFORMED IN ALENIA AERONAUTICA
    •     “LOGISTIC AND PRODUCT SUPPORT”  PERFORMED IN ALENIA AERONAUTICA
    •     “JOB SAFETY” PERFORMED IN ALENIA AERONAUTICA
       

    INFORMATIC SKILLS AND COMPETENCES
    •    Operating Systems: Windows; Unix; Ms-Dos
    •    Advanced knowledge of: DOORS; SAP; Rational RPE; PVCS; ENOVIA; ECLIPSE; Microsoft Office; Microsoft Project; main PLM tools
    •    Advanced knowledge of Main Applicable Standard for Aerospace Configuration Management : ISO 9001:2000, ISO 10007, ECSS-M-40C,  EIA 649, AQAP
    •    Good knowledge of: Catia V5; Rational Rhapsody; Patran; Nastran
    •    Computer Languages: DXL for DOORS (Expert); Visual Basic (for Office Application) (Expert); C; C++; Matlab; Fortran



    ORGANIZATIONAL  SKILLS AND COMPETENCES
    •    “ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL DIMENSIONS AND COMPANY ORGANIZATION” COURSE PERFORMED BY IRI MANAGEMENT GROUP
    •    “COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT” COURSE PERFORMED BY “INFINITY” INSTITUTE
    •    “PRESENTATION & NEGOTIATION SKILLS” COURSE  PERFORMED BY “EURESAS” COMPANY, ORIENTED TO DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILL IN A WORK CONTEST WITH PARTNER FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY/CULTURE
           
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION        
    •    Military Service: Complied in August 2000. Italian NAVY Technical Officer - Cost Guards Corps (from November 1999 to August 2000)
    •    Professional member of INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering)
    •    Professional member of AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
    •    Driving license: Type B
    •    Sport:  Jogging, Trekking, Football
    •    Hobby: travelling, reading, music
    •    Available  to travel and to relocate  abroad


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