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     Date Submitted:07-02-2017
     Last Modified:20-02-2017 (04:34)
    Job information
     Current job:Satellite Operations Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite operations / Astrodynamics / Satellite systems / Proposal preparation
    CV

    Objective:

    I am an aerospace systems engineer seeking a position where I would have the opportunity to apply my knowledge of aerospace engineering in a challenging environment.


    Summary of qualifications:

    • Aerospace engineer with experience in spacecraft operations in LEO, MEO and GEO

    • Two Master of Science degrees in the field of aerospace engineering

    • Excellent analytical problem-resolving skills and technical troubleshooting abilities under stressful conditions honed through the resolution of complex satellite anomalies

    • Excellent team collaboration skills earned during the technical management of a 16 controller team

    • Detail-oriented and organized, able to coordinate with various teams as well as complete projects and assignments

    • Experience in supervising and training, developed through my position of training and qualifying the personnel during my time at Telespazio

    • Proven ability to work in an international environment and readily adapt to new situations, systems and methods

    • Ability to participate in a multi-million-euro complex proposal preparation acknowledged by the success of the SES Galileo proposal

    • Proficiency in French, English and Spanish 


    Work Experience:

    06/2016 – 12/2016: Internship, SES – Société Européenne des Satellites

    O3B Spacecraft operations and Galileo bid specialist

    Mission 1:

    Ensure that the Satellite Control Systems are fully operational

    Improve the safety, performance and efficiency of operations

    Support mission planning for scheduling activities to create payload Master Schedule

    Mission 2:

    Development of the SES Galileo Service Operator proposal (multi-million level) concerning training program, operational improvements, and excellence

    Provide guidance and recommend improvements

    11/2013 – 08/2015: Telespazio Spa, Satellite Operation Engineer

    Mission:

    Preparation of orbital station-keeping activities in accordance with operational plans

    Analysis of failures and malfunctions observed on satellites, steering the implementation of corrective actions in accordance with established procedures in line with customer service

    Performed studies on the medium and long term performances of satellites through the establishment of trend analysis on relevant telemetry parameters; identified any deviations from performance or risk of occurrence of failure

    Coordination with international partners for dual mission satellites

    04/2013 – 11/2013: GOMspace SAS, Space mission and Orbital Analyst

    Project title: Development of a mission analysis tool using various propagators (Two bodies, J2, High Precision Propagator, SGP4)

    Development and validation with the software AGI STK

    Test and use for a European Space Agency mission analysis                       

    07/2012 – 10/2012: Internship, B-USOC Belgian User Support and Operations Center

    Ground Segment Analyst

    Project title: Implementation of an international ground station network for the QB50 project              

    06/2011 – 10/2011: Internship, NovaNano SAS    

    Space Mission Analyst

    Project title: Mission analysis for a constellation of 50 mini-satellites for an earth observation mission 


    Education:

    09/2015 – 06/2016: ISU International Space University (Master of Science)

    Advisor: Prof. Jean-Jacques Favier

    Main subjects: Space engineering and sciences, human performance in space, space business and management, space policy economy and law, team management and building.

    Individual Project: Autonomous station keeping system with low thrust device in GEO orbit

    Team Project: Lunar data collection and sample return mission feasibility        

    09/2008 – 10/2013: ELISA EcoLe d’Ingénieur des Sciences Aérospatiales (Master Degree)

    Main subjects: Space flight dynamics, astronautics, space environment, missile design.

    Thesis: The Human Space flight: history, evolution of the technologies, future.

    End of study project: Preliminary design of a Martian orbital shuttle – re-entry trajectories, heat shield design, mass & volume budget, delta-V analysis

    10/2011 – 07/2012: UPM – ETSIA Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Aeronáuticos

    Main subjects: Spacecraft design, space propulsion, space tether, orbital mechanics and attitude dynamics, interplanetary trajectories.

    Project: Evaluation of the performance of a reusable flight vehicle for airborne space rocket launch.


    Language skills:   

    French: Native

    English: Advanced

    Spanish: Advanced


    Computer skills:          

    Mission analysis software: AGI – Systems Tool Kit (STK Expert, Astrogator, Attitude, Communication, Coverage) – Certified by AGI

    Programming: Matlab – Simulink, Python, C, C++, C#

    Computer Aided Design:    CATIA V5, SolidWorks

    Project management: MS Project

    Operating systems: Windows, Linux, Mac


    Publications:

    Bernard, J 2016. Autonomous geostationary station keeping system using electric propulsion. Space Operations Symposium IAF IAC16.

    Bernard, J & Al. 2016. A framework for international collaboration on lunar missions. 14th Symposium on building blocks for future space exploration and development IAF IAC16. 


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