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     Date Submitted:08-05-2017
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     Current job:Galileo Mission/Planning Engineer, Galileo Mission Analyst
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsMission and Planning Engineer for the Galileo project, including mission performance analysis
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    With more than 8 years of experience, in my actual Company, Telespazio, I manage on a daily basis the routine monitoring/offline analysis of all mission parameters and the mission planning. It is often requested to react to contingency scenarios both in nominal working hours and during the night/not working days with on-call support and, possibly, with intervention on site. Special operations are part of my tasks, i.e. GMS segment reconfiguration during constellation deployment, S-IOT tests, management of on board clock re-synchronization, clock switch, S/C manoeuvre tasks. I also write operational procedures and additionally I validate them in a dedicated environment (validation chain), finally I generate a validation report. In the frame of my activities, it is required very often to coordinate with people of other companies to share information and manage together operational activities. I’m proficient in English, Italian is my native language. I’m available to travel for work and to move if required (I’d like to be based in Italy).

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    - Date of birth: 24/08/1978 - Place of birth: Avezzano (L’Aquila), Italy - Nationality: Italian - Driving License: European, type B

    Education:
    - September 1997 - October 2007: Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (specialized in Industrial Production Management). Final score: 104/110. Thesis entitled: "Management of internal logistic within complex manufacturing systems". Obtained from University of L'Aquila (Italy).

    - September 1992 - June 1997: Graduation di Liceo Scientifico Linguistico. Final score: 54/60. Obtained from Liceo Scientifico Statale “Vitruvio Pollione”, at Avezzano (L’Aquila, Italy).

    Work experience:
    - February 2012 - Present: Mission/Planning Engineer at Telespazio Fucino for Galileo project (GMS segment) Mission/Planning Engineer dedicated to MUCF/MSF elements of GMS. Routine online monitoring/analysis of all mission parameters at GMOS (MUCF). Analysis of all offline mission products at GMPA (MUCF): ranging analysis, performances at user level, analysis of feared events for troubleshooting purposes. Mission planning at GMPS (MUCF): MTP containing all tasks relevant to both segments activities (GCS, GMS), STP containing all tasks relevant to both segments activities, Backup rescheduling in case of contingencies. MSF operations: daily computation in order to provide to GMPA input to perform ranging analysis. Generation of Incident and anomalies (SDT tool, ARTS tool) in order to trace unexpected behaviour with respect to the design or failures of the system. Follow up and management of incidents and anomalies through standard IRB/ARB process (Incident/anomalies review board). Generation and validation of operational procedures routine, special and contingency both at segment and element level (MOP) and generation of relevant operational validation reports according to ECSS standard. Support to System level tests, SCTC tests. Participation to several trainings relevant to GMS elements at Thales France premises (MUCF), GMV premises (OSPF), Thales Germany (VTP platform), general aspects of Galileo project (DLR-Gfr).

    - March 2009 - January 2012: Logistic Engineer for Randstad agency at Telespazio Fucino for Galileo project (GMS segment). Local warehouse management, training management (theoretical courses preparation/execution and final test preparation on how GMS works), ILS documentation generation/management (ILS plan, maintenance plan, Training plan). Tools used: SDT, TMS, SAP.

    - January 2008 - February 2009: stage at Telespazio Fucino as product assurance for Galileo project (Giove-B satellite). Management of ARB process, configuration management of project internal/external documentation, generation/management of internal daily/weekly/monthly operational reports (teamsites).

    Linguistic skills: Italian: native. English: spoken, written and read: proficient.

    Computer skills: - Operational system: Windows, Red Hat, Unix - Programming languages: C++ (average), Java (average), xml (average). - Hands-on experience and exposure to several technologies (mainly Web, Java, SAP)

    Additional information: Available to travel for work and to move to any EU country (desired: Italy)

    I authorize the treatment of sensible and personal data, in compliance with Italian law in force (D.Lgs. 196/2003)


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