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     Date Submitted:31-01-2017
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     Current job:Head of new programs
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Business Services
     KeywordsWide experience in Space industry. Project manager for EO programs and their applications in different sectors. Able to manage multidisciplinary group for project development. Also experience in negotiation with insurance space market and contractual act
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE         

    March 2007 to Present:                Program Manager of PAZ mission

    Hisdesat Servicios Estratégicos S.A., Madrid (Spain)

    •             Responsible of the Earth Observation programs in the company:

    o             Ingenio Satellite: Optical technology

    o             PAZ Satellite: Synthetic Aperture Radar technology

    •             Project Manager of PAZ satellite technical and programmatically.

    •             Manager of the Launch Services negotiation for PAZ program.

    •             Responsible for technical negotiation with insurance market.

    •             Manager of the consolidation for TerraSAR X/PAZ Constellation for SAR satellites. Some of my responsibilities are as follow:

    o             Constellation requirements definition

    o             Engineering coordination between companies

    o             Ground Segments harmonization for coordinating two independent missions

    o             Service Segment harmonization for common facing of the constellation

    •             Responsible to create SAR  Application services structure, new business branch in HISDESAT, i.e.:

    o             Change detection

    o             Vessel Detection and tracking

    o             Interferometry

    o             Oil Spill

    •             Manager for the Geoportal of HISDESAT services:

    o             Ordering Tool for customers and users, providing feasibility analysis for pre-planning

    o             Control or the planned orders, monitoring the stage for customer information

    o             Mission planning jeopardized

    o             Quality control before delivery

    o             Dissemination tools

     

    October 2001 to March 2007      Satellite system Engineer for Communication satellites

    Hisdesat Servicios Estratégicos S.A., Madrid (Spain)

    •             System engineer for platform subsystems during satellite development. Special relevance in electronic subsystems and during test campaign.

    o             Mission definition

    o             Prime contractor design assessment

    o             Monitor and control of the system development

    o             Test campaign verification

    o             Environmental test verification

    o             In orbit test verification

    •             Responsible of the launch service negotiation for Spainsat and XTAR satellites. I was involve in the complete program technical and programmatic and also be part of the mission countdown for Spainsat.

    •             Responsible for insurance negotiation both launch and operational life policies of Spainsat satellite.

     

    June 1999 to October 2001         Satellite system Engineer scientific satellites

    Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aerospacial (INTA), Madrid (Spain)

    •             System engineer Earth Observation satellite with optic technology during phases A and B. I had the following responsibilities:

    o             Specification definition, mission requirements and product specification for contractors

    o             Assessment of the tenders received for EO mission

    o             System engineering for development of the mission in all contracted programs.

    o             Responsible of the On Board Computer development within the program

    o             Responsible of the Power subsystem development within the program

    o             System and environmental test verification

    •             Responsible of the launch service assessment for EO satellites in INTA. I had a close relationship with the main Launch services providers.

     

    April 1997 to June 1999                 Engineering Leader of MINISAT 01 satellite (scientific)

     Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aerospacial (INTA), Madrid (Spain)

    •             Responsible for the complete engineering team for MINISAT 01 operation

    •             System engineer for ESA missions definition (SMART 01 and LISA)

    •             Review and define the most appropriate approach for these missions

    Additionally

    •             Consultant for SMART 1 and LISA missions in collaboration with ESA. Only in a conceptual phase for assessing the best cornerstone program in the Agency.

     

    May 1992 to April 1997                  Satellite system engineer

     Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aerospacial (INTA), Madrid (Spain)

    •             Engineering resident in Ball Aerospace (Boulder Colorado, USA) for definition and design of satellite electronic subsystems.

    o             Involve in the On Board Computer conception and testing.

    o             Responsible for electronic interfaces in the satellite.

    o             Responsible for Payload integration with the Platform

    o             Monitoring and control in in factory units fabrication

    o             System and environmental test verification

    •             Satellite system engineer of MINISAT 01 during the final stages of MINISAT 01 program.

     

    October 1989  to May 1992         Electronic  engineer

    Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aerospacial (INTA), Madrid (Spain)

    •             Design electronic units for satellites:

    o             Antenna pointing system

    o             Power subsystem

    •             Design electronic units for UAV:

    o             Power subsystem

    o             On board computer

     

    March 1986  to October 1989     Freelance Engineer

     Develop different electronic system for several companies

    •             Encrypted MODEMS

    •             Control system for mining. I was part of the team for designing of a distributed control system for monitoring the gases within mines.

    •             Design of Power subsystems in several sectors as:

    o             telephonic substations

    o             trains for feeding the breaking system

    o             Laboratory power supplies.

    •             Testing system for industrial production chains in automotive industry (Truck manufacturing chain).

    o             I was part of the team for development a testing system for harnessing test within the production chain. From the concept to the final implementation. The system was operative successfully.

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING       

     Industrial Electronic Engineer:  

    •             Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICAI)

    •             Final project: Solar System development for self-sufficient Auto caravan

                   

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION      

    Other languages:           

    •             Fluent English with large experience in business negotiations:

    o             Technical

    o             Insurance

    o             Legal and contractual

    Teacher in Master of Satellite Communication Systems

    o             I taught systems engineering and thermal control classes

    Personal Skill

    •             High capacity to manage and work in multidisciplinary group to fix any problem during programs development


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