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     Date Submitted:27-04-2017
     Last Modified:17-06-2017 (01:04)
    Job information
     Current job:Stress Engineer / Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords7 years experience in Structural Analysis and Fatigue and Damage Tolerance. 5 years experience as Project Manager in an divers and international team. I have good decision making skills and facilitating skills.


    Dedicated, decisive and a good dose of common sense are words that describe me best. I am an aerospace engineer with seven years of experience in stress analysis and fatigue and damage tolerance (fracture control).
    Working in diverse and international project teams as both a stress engineer and project manager have given me a lot of knowledge and make me employable in several areas.

    Relevant Work Experience

    2012-Present   Project Manager at Global Technics

    2010-2012       Stress Engineer at Global Technics

    Project Management Skills:

    Good Facilitating skills
    Good Team coaching and motivation skills
    Good oral and written communication skills
    Good problem solving skills
    Good knowledge of Risk management
    Good Knowledge of FAA and EASA requirements
    Knowledge of ISO 9001
    Familiar with Prince2

    Stress Engineer Skills:

    Exceptional expertise in F&DT analysis
    Expert user of MS office
    Expert user of Visual Basic (Excel and Word)
    Expert user of Airbus tools; ISSY, ISAMI and SAFE
    Proficient in MSC PATRAN/NASTRAN
    Proficient in Windows and Linux operating systems
    Proficient with NASGRO Models
    Familiar with Matlab
    Familiar with CATIA V5
    Familiar with Python (3.4) program language

    Aerospace projects at Global Technics:

    2013-           Global Technics, Instructor 
    present        Instructor fatigue and damage tolerance (fracture control) course for practising     
                       stress/design engineers and graduates. Number of course group participants is  
                       between 10-15 persons and customers include Fokker, Fokker Engineering Romania and Global Technics.

    01-2017        A-D (Airbus Deutschland), project manager / stress engineer
    03-2017        A330NEO Rear Pressure Bulkhead Rim Angle.
                       Tasks as project manager included: project planning and resource planning.
                       Contributed to the project also as a stress engineer with responsibility for static strength analysis and writing certification reports.

    07-2016        Fokker Technologies, stress engineer
    10-2016        Static Strength and Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Justification of A350-1000 Outboard flap.
                       Tasks included: analysing A350-1000 outboard flap (PATRAN/NASTRAN, Excel and VBA), writing static and F&DT certification reports.

    12-2015        PAG (Premium Aerotec), project manager
    06-2016        A330NEO static strength justification of several fuselage parts.
                       Tasks included: preparing statement of work, preparing project plan, resource planning and negotiating scope changes.

    10-2014        PAG (Premium Aerotec), project manager
    05-2015        Automatic ISSY tool A330NEO (New Engine Option).
                       Tasks included: creating a VBA tool for automatic FEM updates.

    04-2010        PAG (Premium Aerotec), project manager / stress engineer
    12-2014        A340 Extended Service Goal (ESG).
                       Tasks as project manager included: project planning, resource planning, negotiating scope changes, facilitating meetings, team coaching and team motivation.
                       Contributed to the project also as a stress engineer with the responsibility for checking F&DT scenarios and analysis, correlating test data and interpreting test data.

    04-2010       A-D (Airbus Deutschland), project manager / stress engineer
    12-2015       A340 and A330 Extended Service Goal (ESG).
                      Tasks as project manager included: project planning, resource planning, negotiating scope changes, facilitating meetings, team coaching and team motivation.
                      Contributed to the project also as a stress engineer with the responsibility for checking F&DT scenarios and analysis, correlating test data and interpreting test data.

    2015              Medi-select: bedrijfshulpverlener (First response team course)

    2014              Global Technics: Sizing of Glare Panels with ISSY

    2012              MG technical solutions: Introduction FEA, PATRAN & NASTRAN

    2011              ICM: Project management training


    2004-2009      Delft University of Technology, Aerospace Engineering
                         MSc 2009, BSc 2008.              
                         Thesis at National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), Amsterdam, 2009.
                         “Flow control devices for nozzle side-load alleviation on a generic

    1999-2004      University of Professional Education INHOLLAND Haarlem,
                         Aeronautical Engineering, B Eng 2004.   
                         Graduation project at Delft University of Technology, Delft, 2003.
                         “Design of a flexible airfoil with variable chord length.”

    1994-1999      Higher secondary education: Bouwens van der Boije-college


    Dutch: Native
    English: Fluent
    German: Good

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