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     Date Submitted:14-02-2017
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     Current job:Procurement and Supply Chain Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSupply Chain Management Procurement Management Subcontracts Management Project Management Contracts and Negotiations Space Systems Engineering Team Leadership
    CV

    Birth Date, Citizenship            12.02.1985, Spanish

     

    Professional Experience

    07.2014 –                                  Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas (Space Industry), Madrid, Spain

                                                    Spacecraft Supply Chain Manager for ESA´s PROBA-3 Mission

     

    Representing SENER's interface to suppliers of the Industrial Consortium

    Management of the full range of procurement activities including participation in subsystem and equipment level reviews in coordination with all management, product assurance and engineering disciplines

    Management of contractual negotiations and agreements with the Industrial Consortium

    Responsibility for subcontractors ensuring compliance to requirements, cost and schedule performance

    Leadership of spacecraft subcontractor management team and the project office

    Support to the project management for risk mitigation, mission management and reporting to the client

     

    10.2012 –                                  Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas (Space Industry), Madrid, Spain

                                                    Procurement and Supply Chain Manager

     

    Leadership of SENER Team for full range of procurement, subcontracts and supply chain management activities in the field of Space Engineering programs, for ESA (European Space Agency) and the main European Prime Contractors.

    Development and implementation of strategic and tactical supply chain and operational plans

    Build-up strategic network of key suppliers and partners

    Leadership in negotiation of contracts and subcontractor management activities for key partners and suppliers

     

    11.2010 – 10.2012                     Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas (Aerospace & Defence Industry), Madrid, Spain

                                                    Procurement Engineer

     

    Managed the full range of procurement activities in the following areas:
    - Life extension programs for Helicopters
    - Engineering programs related to actuation systems (defence industry)
    - Various other programs in the aerospace and defence industry

     

    Main areas of responsibility:
    - Management of the full purchasing process and the supply chain structure
    - Definition of R.F.I.s and R.F.P.s
    - Evaluation and analysis of technical proposals from suppliers
    - Management of the approval process for potential suppliers
    - Commercial leadership in negotiation of contracts and management of purchase orders     

     

    02.2010 – 09.2010                     Axpo AG (Electricity utility), Baden, Switzerland

                                                    Project Manager / Final year project (in parallel to studying and working on project at Mammut Sports Group)

     

    Development of a market study, a new marketing concept as well as a business plan for constructive elements enhancing structural safety of nuclear power plants

     

    02.2010 – 06.2010                    Mammut Sports Group (Outdoor clothing company), Seon, Switzerland

    Project Manager

     

    Coordination of engineering, software, industrial design and assembly    activities

    Cost analysis and control, project planning, supply chain management

    Project work was awarded first prize in the competition
    “POLE Project 2010" (www.pole-project.ch)

     

    Education

    09.2003 – 11.2010                     Master of Science in Industrial Engineering

                                                    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

                                                    Average Grade: 8 out of 10

     

                                                    Last Course (2009/2010) and Final Degree Project at

                                                    Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Brugg-Windisch,Switzerland

     

    Languages

    Spanish                             Mother tongue

    English                              Fluent (Certificate in Advanced English from University of Cambridge in November 2011)

    German                              Fluent  

    French                                Basic skills

     

    Computer skills

    Software:  Excellent skills in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Matlab & Simulinks, Agresso ERP, Solid Edge

    Programming: Basic skills in C/C++, Pascal

     

    Additional information

    Course in “Space Systems Engineering”, University of Southampton, 2016.

    Course in “Space Mechanisms”, Launchspace ESMATS Bilbao, 2015

    Experience in design of autonomous robots: Build software and design mechanics of one functional robot in a university contest (Years 2006 and 2007)

    Driving license type B

    Hobbies: Foreign languages, triathlon sports (cycling, biking and swimming), hiking, travelling

     

     

     


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