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     Date Submitted:26-03-2016
     Last Modified:30-03-2016 (02:24)
    Job information
     Current job:Structural Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services

    Work experience
    04/2014→11/2014:  Structural engineer at Aviospace, for Airbus Defence and Space, Torino, ITALY
    12/2013→04/2014: Structural engineer at Aviospace, for Airbus Defence and Space, Bremen, GERMANY
    10/2010→07/2012: designer- analyst of structures for space applications, at Thales Alenia Space, Torino, Italy
    05/2010→07/2010: Cad designer in automotive domain, at Aerosoft S.p.A., Torino
    04/2008→07/2009: research assistant at the Department of Mechanical Engineering (DIMEC) of Politecnico di Torino, about " Friction damping of vibrations in turbocharged aircraft" within the European project VITAL (study, design and development of an experimental test bench)
    04/2007→04/2008: stage at C.R.F. (Fiat Research Centre) of Orbassano, Italy, about study and use of Fem simulation and 3D drawing programs (Ansys, Solidworks and Catia)

    Education and training
    Currently: Drone Pilot Certificate course at Aeroclub Vercelli “Marilla Rigazio” (theory test taken in 26/02/16)
    2015: EASA Private Pilot License (A), obtained at FTO 001 AirVergiate (VA), Italy, SEP (land), with ratings VP, RU, T
    •  German language course (A2.1), at Casa - Internationale Sprachschule, Bremen – Germany
    •  Gun licence (weapons use qualification at TSN-shooting range of Vercelli)
    2008: 1st level course of Arabic language and culture at Politecnico di Torino
    2007: certificate-level A1.2 of German language, at Istituto comprensivo “F.Negri” di Casale Monferrato (AL), Italy
    2006 (December):Aerospace EngineeringMaster of Science (5 year degree), at Politecnico di Torino, with a final mark of 89/110. The thesis is on “Project of a prototype of aircraft for the recognition in Antarctica”
    2006: first aid certificate at CRI (Italian Red Cross),headquarters of Casale Monferrato
    1998: Scientific High School Diploma, with a final mark of 43/60, at Liceo Scientifico Natale, Silvio ed Italo Palli of Casale Monferrato (AL)

    Extra- working activities
    Associative and volunteering activities: CRI (Italian Red Cross), AVIS (Association Volunteers Italian Blood), WAG 2009 (World Air Games, at Torino- Aeritalia “ Edoardo Agnelli “ airport of Collegno, TO)

    Personal skills and competences
    Mother tongue: Italian
    English: Intermediate (understanding, speaking and writing; PET certificate with ”pass with merit”)
    French: Advanced (understanding, speaking and writing; foreign language at middle and high school)
    German: Basic (understanding, speaking and writing;certificate obtained at the language course of Istituto “F.Negri” of Casale Monferrato)

    Computer skills and competences
    Good knowledge of applications and operative systems (Open Source- participation on basic and advanced GNU & Linux course at Politecnico di Torino- and Office packet); very good of CAD (SolidWorks, Catia V5) and fair of FORTRAN, pretty good of HyperWorks v12(HyperMesh ed
    HyperView) and Nastran v2012
    Strong interest in IT, hardware and software

    Music, dancing, reading, traveling, sport (rugby), martial arts, informatics

    Social skills and competences
    Initiative, flexibility, attitude to teamwork, determination, openness to continuous learning, curiosity about languages and cultures and interestin high-tech environments

    Willing to travel and/ or relocate, in Italy and/ or abroad

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