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     Date Submitted:25-10-2016
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     Current job:Ground and Maintenance Operations Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     KeywordsGround and Maintenance Operations Engineer
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    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    Sex male | Date of birth 26 October 1987 | Nationality Italian

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    12  May 2014 – Present

    Ground Operations and Maintenance Engineer

    NEXT ingegneria dei sistemi
    34, Via Muzio Febonio, 67051 Avezzano (AQ), Italy 

    Main activities and responsibilities:

    Support to real Operations having 24/7 shifts:

    Support to the day-to-day routine operations on Galileo spacecraft

    Support to System Compatibility Test Campaign (SCTC): End-to-End (EtE) testing of Galileo System

    Ground activities and responsibilities:

    Daily checks of the status of the Ground Constellation System to guarantee the system readiness

    Operations preparation for Ground Galileo Control Segment (GCS)

    problems and Incidents management, supported by dedicated tools

    processing/investigation/resolution/mitigation of Anomalies, supported by dedicated tools

    processing/implementation/testing of Configuration Change Reports (CCR), supported by dedicate tools and configuration management of operational systems

    Development of the short term plan for the Galileo Constellation supported by dedicated tools

    Support to Software engineering process:

    Support and witnessing to deployment and integration of all (GCS) facilities at element and segment level during major and minor upgrades performed by segment provider.

    Operational validation of all GCS operative software (based on HMI), such as Constellation monitor and control, mission planning, flight dynamics, Configuration items control, ground station monitoring and control, Constellation Simulator

    Support to L1 maintenance activities for all GCS system, including network facilities

    Documentation management:

    Drafting/validation/maintenance of the ground operations procedures (nominal & contingency)

    Reviewing/validation of maintenance and network procedures (preventive & corrective)

    Technical analysis and design documents review of system architecture

    Drafting and execution of validation plan and validation report for all GCS elements

     

    Managerial activities and responsibilities

    GCC-I Ground and Maintenance team coordination for GCS

    PoC/Interface between the GCS Fucino Centre and GCS Munich Centre  

    Support the relevant meetings (GCS Coordination meetings, ARB, CCB, and so on)

     

    Activities entirely carried out at customers’ premises Telespazio (Fucino space centre Piero Fanti), Avezzano (AQ), Italy

    Business or sector Space Systems & Operations

    15  Sept. 2013 –  09  May 2014

    Stress Engineer

    TECNOSYSTEM engineering and technology
    9, Vico II San Nicola alla Dogana, 80133, Naples, Italy   

    Structural analysis

    Static analysis

    Modal analysis

    Joint analysis

    Drafting of technical reports


    Wing design

    Wing box pre-sizing

    2D FEM realization of composite aeronautic component (Skin, stringer, spar, lug)

    Excel macro development

     

    Business or sector Engineering and technology

    15  Sept. 2012 –  15  April 2013

    Software Engineer

    Thales Alenia Space Italia
    24, Via Saccomuro, 00131 Rome Italy 

    Enhancement of existing satellite simulator implementing the following functions (C# language):

    Ground station coverage analysis

    Attitude dynamics

    Functionalities related to TT&C and PDHT subsystem

    Simulation of satellite evolution during LEOP (graphical and dynamical view)

     

    Business or sector Space Systems & Operations, Engineering Department, Observation System & Radar domain

     

     

    15  Nov. 2011 –  30 April 2012

    Software Engineer

    Thales Alenia Space Italia
    24, Via Saccomuro, 00131 Rome Italy 

    Development of Satellite design tool for LEO satellite design (MatLab/Simulink)

    Orbit Design with earth coverage analysis

    Satellite subsystem design (AOCS, PDHS, Thermal Sub-system, Power Subsystem, Structural Subsystem, TT&C Subsystem, harness subsystem, Propulsion subsystem)

    Satellite main components pre-sizing (i.e. solar arrays, batteries, memories, radiator, actuators parameters, sensors characteristics)

     

    Business or sector Space Systems & Operations, Engineering Department, Observation System & Radar domain

     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    15 October 2009 –  22 May 2012

    MS in Aerospace and Aeronautics Engineering

    Graduation with honours.

    University of the study of Naples (Italy): “Federico II”

    Principal subjects:

    Space Mission Design (Space & Ground segments)

    Avionics

    Aerospace Remote Sensing Systems

    Gas-dynamics

    Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Hypersonic Aerodynamics

    Space and Aircraft Propulsion

    Space Structures

    Aero-elasticity

     

    MS thesis: “A System Level Tool for Conceptual Design of Earth Observation Satellites”.

     

    15 Sept. 2006 – 23 October 2009

    Bachelor of  Aerospace Engineer

    Graduation with honours.

    University of the study of Naples (Italy): “Federico II”

    Principal subjects:

    Aircraft structural design and stress analysis

    Spacecraft structural design and stress analysis

    System Thermal Analysis

    Aerodynamic

    Computational fluid-dynamics

    Internal fluid dynamics

    Aircraft propulsion design

     

    MS thesis: “Analysis and use of GPS data for absolute navigation satellites and application to flight data of the GRACE mission”.

    15 Sept. 2001 –  10 July 2006

    Industrial Technical surveyor in automation and electrical

    100/100

     

    Institute of technology: “Enzo Striano”, Naples (Italy)

     

    Principal subjects:

    Analysis and design of Automation systems

    Analysis and design of Electrical systems

    Analysis and design of electronic systems

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Italian

    Other language(s)

    English, French (basic)

    Communication skills

    Good communication skills in a multicultural and multidisciplinary environment: current experience

    Good ability to work in an engineering team composed by more than 10 people: current experience

    Good team spirit:

    flexibility to rapidly changing in order to achieve team objectives

    willing to share technical skills with colleagues

    willing to help team components as needed

    Capability to speak accurate and consistent in technical discussions :university and work experiences

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Capability to have a systematic approach to work: acquired during university

    High degree of autonomy: acquired during thesis development and Internship in Thales

    Good ability to adapt to rapidly changing environment

    Good at work in a team of engineers: current work experience

    Good at cooperation with industry and partner agencies: current work experience

    Able to plan my work and to cope with tight schedules: current work experience

    Able to prioritise and manage several activities in parallel: in the current work experience I am part of ground team and maintenance team and I am able to manage several activity in parallel avoid impacts on both team.

    Good at interact/organise with people/team locate in another countries: current work experience where I interact with other Galileo sites, in particular with Galileo Centre in DLR (Munich)

    Good at manage small team: at present I coordinate the local ground team (3 people) and local maintenance team (4 people)

    Job-related skills

    Good knowledge of ECSS standards: current work experience

    Good knowledge of Ground segment and Operations: current work experience

    Good with space simulator: current work experience and previous experience in Thales

    Good knowledge of analysis and design of space missions: University and work experiences

    Good knowledge of  spacecraft subsystems (function and sizing): previous experience in Thales

    Good knowledge of aircraft/spacecraft structural design: University

    Good knowledge of aerodynamic, internal fluid and gas dynamics: University

     

    Computer skills

    Competent with Windows/Linux: current work experience

    Competent with Microsoft Office programs

    Competent with SCOS2000: current work experience

    Competent with MOIS:  current work experience

    Competent with SimSat:  current work experience

    Competent with Focus Suite:  current work experience

    Competent with VmSphere software:  current work experience

    Competent with Acronis:  current work experience

    Competent with SQL databases: current work experience

    Competent with MatLab/Simulink: previous experience in Thales

    Competent with C/C++/C#:  previous experience in Thales and University

    Competent with Satellite Tool Kit:  previous experience in Thales

    Competent with Femap/Patran/ HyperMesh: previous experience in Tecnosystem and University

    Competent with Nastran:  previous experience in Tecnosystem and University

    Competent with Catia/AutoCad: University

    Competent with LaTex: University

    Competent with WorkingModel: University


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