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     Current job:Founder and Thermal Engineer
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsHas been in the field of spacecraft for the past nine years. He has performed his duties as a Senior Thermal Engineer who holds his own in sub-field of thermal analysis, thermal tests. These areas are of his special expertise which is use
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    Date of birth: 15th August 1983

    Founder / Thermal Engineer

     

    Thermal, heat transfer

    Spacecraft and satellite subsystems’ 3D modelling

    ESATAN-TMS thermal modelling suite

    Thermal engineering / Space industry

    Operating system: Windows, Linux

    Office applications: MS-Office, Lotus

    CAD and thermal software: ESATAN-TMS, CORATHERM/CIGAL (now known as e-Therm)

     

    FOUNDER / ALPHID LTD / SPACE / HARWELL, UK                              07-2013 to Present                                                                        

        Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

        Nature of project: Calculating ExoMars STR Radiator view factors to space

        Objectives:

    The STR Radiator should have a minimum direct view factor to space of 80%

     

        Achievements:

    Built the detailed geometry model of STR Radiator

    Computed STR Radiator view factors to space

     

        Technical background:

    Windows 10 / ESATAN-TMS 2017, MS Word, MS Excel

     

    Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

        Nature of project: Thermal analyses of PROBA-3 spacecraft Laser Control Electronics Unit (LCEU)

        Objectives:

    Validating the current thermal design of LCEU and make appropriate changes in the thermal design, as necessary to meet the requirements

     

        Achievements:

    Built the detailed model of LCEU

    Defined and ran the worst cold and hot cases

    Identified the minimum and maximum temperatures of LCEU components over time for all the cases

    Compared the minimum and maximum temperatures with the limit temperature range of LCEU components

    Optimised the thermal design of LCEU to meet the requirements

     

        Technical background:

    Windows 10 / ESATAN-TMS 2017, MS Word, MS Excel

     

    Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

        Nature of project: Thermal analyses of PROBA-3 spacecraft Corner Cube Retroreflector (CCRR)

        Objectives:

    Validating the current thermal design of CCRR and make appropriate changes in the thermal design, as necessary to meet the requirements

     

        Achievements:

    Built the detailed model of CCRR

    Defined and ran the worst cold and hot cases

    Identified the minimum and maximum temperatures over time for all the cases

    Compared the minimum and maximum temperatures with the limit temperature range of CCRR

    Optimised the thermal design of CCRR to meet the requirements

     

        Technical background:

    Windows 10 / ESATAN-TMS 2017, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Thermal analyses of Luna Resource-1 Lander LEIA (LIDAR for Extra-terrestrial Imaging Applications)

    Objectives:

    Assessing survival heater budget for the non-operational cold scenario

     

    Achievements:

    Built the detailed model of the camera

    Defined and ran the worst cold and hot cases

    Assessed how large of a power heater is needed to maintain the critical components above their non-operational temperature limits

    Recorded the time for which the critical units stabilise above their operational temperature limits for the operational cold case under the transient state condition

    Assessed the need for radiators for the worst hot cases

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 10 / ESATAN-TMS 2017, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Correlations of reduced models of mid and side antenna panels of SCA instrument on MetOp-SG

    Objectives:

    Optimising reduced models of mid and side antenna panels of SCA instrument on MetOp-SG

     

    Achievements:

    Updated detailed and reduced models

    Compared detailed model temperature results with the reduced models

    Calculated temperatures under steady state conditions

    Modified reduced models to meet the requirements

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r7, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of PROBA-3 spacecraft DARA instrument extreme temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating PROBA-3 spacecraft DARA instrument extreme temperatures in hot and cold nominal cases

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated detailed model

    Modelled conductors

    Calculated temperatures under steady and transient state conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r7, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Elaboration of reduced and detailed models of mid and side antenna panels of SCA instrument on MetOp-SG

    Objectives:

    Creating reduced and detailed models of mid and side antenna panels of SCA instrument on MetOp-SG

     

    Achievements:

    Implemented detailed and reduced models for the PDR

    Modelled conductors

    Calculated temperatures under steady and transient state conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r7, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of conductive and radiative heat fluxes within the harness radiator of EUCLID spacecraft in the nominal case

    Objectives:

    Calculating conductive and radiative heat fluxes within the harness radiator of EUCLID spacecraft in the nominal case

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated detailed and reduced model for the PDR

    Modelled conductors

    Calculated conductive and radiative heat fluxes under steady state conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r7, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Creation of reduced model of Aperture Cover (ACV) on Meteosat Third Generation (MTG)

    Objectives:

    ng reduced model of Aperture Cover (ACV) on Meteosat Third Generation (MTG)

     

    Achievements:

    Implemented reduced model

    Correlated reduced model

    Calculated temperatures under steady state conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r6, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Creation of reduced model of Corner Cube Mechanism (CCM) of Infra-Red Sounder (IRS) on Meteosat Third Generation (MTG)

    Objectives:

    ng reduced model of Corner Cube Mechanism (CCM) of Infra-Red Sounder (IRS) on Meteosat Third Generation

     

    Achievements:

    Implemented reduced model

    Correlated reduced model

    Calculated temperatures under both steady state and transient conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r5, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of PROBA Next spacecraft extreme temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating PROBA Next spacecraft extreme temperatures

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated radiative model

    Modelled conductors

    Calculated temperatures under transient conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r4, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Satellite subsystem, Modelling

         Nature of project: Creation of detailed model of Corner Cube Mechanism (CCM) of Infra-Red Sounder (IRS) on Meteosat Third Generation (MTG)

     

    Objectives:

    Elaborating detailed model of Corner Cube Mechanism (CCM) of Infra-Red Sounder (IRS) on Meteosat Third Generation (MTG)

     

    Achievements:

    Implemented detailed model

    Modelled conductors

    Calculated temperatures under both steady state and transient conditions

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7 / ESATAN-TMS r5, MS Word, MS Excel

     

    SENIOR THERMAL ENGINEER / ITP Aero / SPACE / LEICESTER, UK                               09-2010 to 07-2013                                                                                                                

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling, Testing, Support, Training, Presenting

    Achievements:

    Provided spacecraft thermal engineering technical services

    Investigated issues in customer models

    Answered user enquiries regarding our thermal analysis products (ESATAN-TMS, ThermNV, CADbench and ThermXL)

    Offered advice on the use of our products

    Provided input to the user requirements

    Tested pre-release software

    Delivered training material

     

    Technical background:

    Windows 7, Linux / FORTRAN 77 / ESATAN-TMS Thermal Modelling Suite (ESATAN-TMS, ThermNV, CADbench and ThermXL), MS Office

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of Solar Orbiter spacecraft SWA-EAS instrument temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating the SWA-EAS instrument temperatures in sun orbit to validate its thermal design

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated radiative model

    Modelled the Solar Orbiter spacecraft external thermal environment in which the SWA-EAS instrument will be inserted

    Merged the Solar Orbiter spacecraft with the SWA-EAS instrument

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated SWA-EAS instrument temperatures for hot and cold cases

    Posted processing of temperature results

     

    Technical background:

    Windows XP / ESATAN-TMS, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of TROPOMI instrument (TSS) temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating the TROPOMI instrument temperatures in Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice orbits to identify the worst temperature gradients of TSS, and minimize them; the aim was to maintain the temperature of TSS at 293K all over the orbit

    Achievements:

    Elaborated radiative model

    Merged the TROPOMI spacecraft (internal model, external model and baffle telescope) with the TROPOMI instrument (TSS)

    Modified geometry of internal and external tent in order that they fit with the TROPOMI instrument

    Modified conductors

    Reduced conductor between TSS and warm TBU to reduce the temperature gradients of TSS

    Implemented heaters

    Implemented four PID heaters on the TSS baseplate to maintain the target temperature of TSS at 293K.

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated TROPOMI satellite instrument temperatures for hot and cold cases

    Posted processing of temperature results.

     

    Technical background:

    Windows XP / ESATAN-TMS, MS Word, MS Excel

     

    SPACECRAFT THERMAL ENGINEER / altran / SPACE / CANNES, FRANCE                     04-2008 to 08-2010                                               

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of YAMAL satellite solar array panels extreme temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating the YAMAL satellite solar array panels extreme temperatures in T/O and G/O orbit to confirm their design

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated radiative model

    Implemented 4000C2 and 4000C3 satellites models

    Recovered the motor and HRMs from APSTAR7 and W71 satellites models

    Modelled of satellite (SM and CM), the solar array panels, hinges, synchronization devices, and the yokes

    Implemented conductors

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated solar array panels temperatures for hot and cold cases

    Posted processing of temperature results

     

    Technical background:

    Windows XP / ESATAN-TMS, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of AMOS4 satellite SMA mechanism tests’ temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating SMA (Shape Memory Alloy) mechanism temperatures on the thermal tests’ boundaries, according to two configurations:

    Case 1: The I/F temperature of the root hinge is fixed at -20°C; the I/F temperature of the satellite is fixed at -20°C; the I/F temperature of the yoke bracket is fixed at 40°C; the I/F temperature of the coupon GS is fixed at 60°C; and the SMA heaters are OFF.

    Case 2: The I/F temperature of the root hinge is fixed at 30°C; the I/F temperature of the satellite is fixed at 30°C; the I/F temperature of the yoke bracket is fixed at -20°C; the I/F temperature of the coupon GS is fixed at -20°C; and the SMA heaters are OFF. The Solar arrays are not modelled. SMA mechanism is modelled in stowed configuration. Then, the results of temperatures will be compared to the measured temperatures during the balance thermal tests.

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated model

    Recovered SMA model

    Modelled the satellite I/F and the solar array coupon

    Created calculations cases

    Parameterised of calculations cases associated to two tests’ configurations (case 1 and case 2)

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated SMA temperatures for two configurations

    Posted processing of temperature results

     

    Technical background:

    Windows XP / ESATAN-TMS, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Spacecraft, Testing

         Nature of project: W3B satellite thermal tests

    Objectives:

    Steering cycling and balance thermal tests

    Ensuring efficient conduct of tests

    Not exceeding the equipment’s qualification temperatures

    Reaching the equipment’s objectives’ temperatures before giving the green light to the electronic engineers to start the equipment’s performing tests during the cycling thermal tests

     

    Achievements:

    Controlled equipment’s temperatures

    Configured setting heater lines

    Configured setting heater lines for the E1 and E2 cases in the balance tests

    Configured setting heater lines for the cold and hot levels in the cycling tests

    Steered transition phases from hot level to cold level, and vice versa

    Conducted end-to-end tests

    Checked to ensure the heater lines are operational

    Conducted consumption tests

    Measured the real heater lines’ consumption to compare it with the theoretical heater lines’ consumption to make sure that the real heater lines’ consumption is coherent

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Linux / Dynaworks, TMS, IHM, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of SatcomBw2 satellite flight’s final temperatures

    Objectives:

    Optimising OSR areas

    Calculating satellite flight final temperatures

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated

    Used legacy satellite model from CDR as input

    Integrated model modifications carried out during the correlations in the flight final predictions model (modification of the structure nodal breakdown on the PSSE1)

    Updated dissipation power and heater lines’ thresholds

    Updated of REPEATER and SM equipment’s dissipation power of satellite

    Updated of harness dissipation

    Updated heater lines’ thresholds

    Parameterised and achieved calculation cases

    Calculated satellite temperatures for the four cases (Equinox BOL 0% Drive, Equinox BOL 100% Drive, Summer Solstice EOL 100% Drive, and Winter Solstice EOL 100% Drive)

    Posted processing and analysing results

    Modified OSR area

    Reduced the OMUX OSR area to allow this equipment to maintain the equal or superior temperature of design in cold case (Equinox BOL 0% Drive) in case of breakdown of one of heater lines

    Calculated satellite temperatures for the four cases after modification of OSR area

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Linux / CIGAL, CORATHERM, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Correlations of the SatcomBw2 satellite

    Objectives:

    Validating the existing model

    Optimising the satellite mathematical model to better fit the reality

    Modifying the satellite design

    Making the model more accurate to decrease the uncertainties for the flight predictions

     

    Achievements:

    Compared the measured temperatures during the balance tests to the calculated temperatures

    Created an Excel file that allows highlighting of the important temperature differences of equipment

    Analysed the more important temperature differences to identify their causes and reduce them

    Step 0 

    The battery and test facilities nodes are fixed at the real temperature of the thermal tests.

    The .

    Updated dissipations strongly related to the test consumption and configuration (PCU, SADM) in the model

    Updated

    Step 1

    Updated

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated correlated model temperatures for the three E1, E2, and E3 balance cases

    Converged correlated model’s calculated temperatures to the measured temperatures

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Linux / CIGAL, CORATHERM, MS Word, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Spacecraft, Testing

         Nature of project: SatcomBw2 satellite thermal tests

    Objectives:

    Steering cycling and balance thermal tests

    Ensuring efficient conduct of tests

    Not exceeding the

    Reaching the equipment’s objectives temperatures before giving the green light to the electronic engineers to start the equipment’s performing tests during the cycling thermal tests.

     

    Achievements:

    Controlled equipment’s temperatures

    Configured setting heater lines

    Configured setting heater lines for the E1, E2, and E3 cases in the balance tests

    Configured setting heater lines for the cold and hot levels in the cycling tests

    Steered transition phases from hot level to cold level and vice versa

    Conducted end-to-end tests

    Checked that the heater lines are operational

    Conducted consumption tests

    Measured the real heater lines’ consumption to compare it with the theoretical heater lines’ consumption to ensure that the real heater lines’ consumption is coherent

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Linux / Dynaworks, TMS, IHM, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Predictions of SatcomBw2 satellite tests’ temperatures

    Objectives:

    Calculating satellite temperatures on the thermal tests’ boundaries, according to three configurations: E1 (REPEATER OFF), E2 (REPEATER ON 100% drive), and E3 (REPEATER ON 0% drive); then, the results of temperatures will be compared to the measured temperatures during the balance thermal tests

     

    Achievements:

    Elaborated model

    Used legacy satellite model from CDR as input

    Withdrew satellite external equipment (antennas)

    Modelled of test facilities (70m3 vacuum chamber, IR grid, cryopanel)

    Configured setting heater lines and equipment

    Implemented heater lines’ dissipation power, equipment and harness for the E1, E2, and E3 case in the model

    Created calculations cases

    Parameterisation of calculations cases associated to three satellite tests’ configurations (E1, E2 and E3)

    Calculated temperatures

    Calculated satellite temperatures for three configurations

    Posted processing of temperature results

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Linux / CIGAL, CORATHERM, MS Word, MS Excel

       

         Skills required: Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Nodal breakdown of NILSAT satellite south and north CM

    Objectives:

    Performing nodal breakdown of NILSAT satellite south and north CM

    Generating the «. rad » and «. geopl » output files of south and north CM for the satellite thermal analysis

     

    Achievements:

    Performed nodal breakdown

    Performed the nodal breakdown from a south and north CM by considering heat pipes networks, temperature gradient areas, and reinforcements

    Elaborated the south and north CM geometry that will be used later for the thermal analyses:

    Integrated nodal breakdown in the software tool

    Performed «. rad » and «. geopl » output files of south and north CM

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP / PTA2, MS Excel

     

         Skills required: Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling

         Nature of project: Modelling of W3B satellite

    Objectives:

    Modelling of the W3B satellite external thermal environment to enable inserting the satellite antennas into its environment and perform the antennas’ thermal analysis

     

    Achievements:

    Modelled satellite

    Recovered satellite dimensions from « SEEMAGE » file (CAD file)

    Modelled satellite and external equipment (IRES, GLOBAL HORN, GS)

    Performed nodal breakdown of satellite East, West, and Earth faces

    Numbered nodes and assignment of materials

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP / CIGAL, MS Word, MS Excel

     

    THERMAL ENGINEER INTERN / Thales Alenia Space / SPACE / TOULOUSE, france                 01-2007 to 07-2007                                               

         Skills required: Thermal analysis, Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Testing

         Nature of project: Testing of two software tools dedicated to thermal calculation; an existing circuit electronic board model was imported into the software tools to perform the tests

    Objectives:

    Assessing two circuit electronic board thermal calculation software tools: FLO/PCB and BETASOFT (now known as HyperLynx Thermal)

    Replacing the existing thermal calculation AUTOTHERM software tool

     

    Achievements:

    Assessed existing software tool: AUTOTHERM

    Learned and used AUTOTHERM software tool

    Tested software tool from IDEAS TMG software

    Highlighted AUTOTHERM software tool limits

    Analysed thermal engineers’ expectations:

    Discussed with thermal engineers

    Wrote and finalised requirements

    Assessed FLO/PCB and BETASOFT software tools:

    Assessed all criteria defined on the requirements for each software tool

    Imported an existing model circuit electronic board into the reference tool, IDEAS TMG

    Performed the circuit electronic board temperatures calculations with IDEAS TMG

    Modelled the same circuit electronic board with FLO/PCB and BETASOFT tool

    Performed the circuit electronic board temperatures’ calculations with FLO/PCB and BETASOFT

    Compared the temperature results obtained with FLO/PCB and BETASOFT with the reference tool, IDEAS TMG.

    Highlighted software performance for each one in the table form, which the ability to integrate with the others conception software tools

    Presented results at the thermal calculation team

     

    Technical background:

        Windows XP, Unix / AUTOTHERM, IDEAS TMG, FLO/PCB, BETASOFT, Lotus

     

    APPRENTICE FOOTBALLER / TOULOUSE FOOTBALL CLUB (TFC) / FOOTBALL / TOULOUSE, FRANCE    08-1999 to 06-2001

    Learned the soccer profession

                                                                    

    PRE-APPRENTICE FOOTBALLER / REGIONAL FOOTBALL CENTER (CRF) / FOOTBALL / CASTELMAUROUX, FRANCE  08-1997 to 06-1998                                                  

    Improved my level of game and prepare me at the formation of professional soccer player

    Earned title of “Champion of France”, category of fourteen years old

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Master’s degree in Mechanics and Energy                 09-2007

    Polytech’Marseille Graduate School of Engineering (IUSTI), Marseille, France

     

    Two-year university degree in Physical Sciences                     06-2004                                                                                                        

    Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III), Toulouse, France

     

    French                  Native

    English                 Fluent

     

    REMOVAL OF THERMAL ENERGY FROM SPACECRAFT ELECTRONICS / EMPS WORKSHOP / YVERDON-LES-BAINS, SWITZERLAND                   26-04-2018

         Description: Requirements analysis, Spacecraft, Modelling Spacecraft electronics are critical satellite subsystems that ensure the success of the space mission. Therefore, it is fundamental to build thermal models of spacecraft electronics to implement and test the thermal design of the spacecraft electronics at an early stage before operating them in space.

         Link to publication: http://emps.port.ac.uk/documents/EMPS-9%20documents/download/S2-3.pdf

     

    THERMAL MODELLING PROCESS / EUROPEAN SPACE THERMAL ANALYSIS WORKSHOP / NOORDWIJK, NETHERLANDS                     20-11-2012

         Description: To emphasis the strength and flexibility of ESATAN-TMS a demonstration of the complete thermal modelling process shall be given. The latest version of ESATAN-TMS shall be used, with particular emphasis on the new features in the release.

         Link to publication: https://exchange.esa.int/download/thermal-workshop/workshop2012/parts/TMSCAD.pdf

     

    CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION / ALLIED ACADEMIES / ROME, ITALY           2018 to Present

     

    THERMICA TRAINING / AIRBUS DEFENSE AND SPACE / TOULOUSE, FRANCE             09-2017

     

    ADVANCED PRESENTATION SKILLS / NLP / EVESHAM, UK                  2011

     


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    All online credit/debit card transitions are handled through our secure third party payment processors at WorldPay. Worldpay are part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, the 5th biggest banking group in the world, WorldPay payment solutions are trusted by thousands of businesses, big and small worldwide. 

    Pricing starts at €450 (approx £400 or US$500 - use the convert tool for an exact conversion) for one month unlimited job postings and unlimited CV database access (for one user), with package discounts available if you have more permanent recruiting needs. For example, a Gold subscription will give you unlimited jobs posting and unlimited CV database access for one year at just over €250 per month!

     

    2018 Pricing Structure (excluding VAT):

    1 month - Discovery 450 euros convert
    3 months - Bronze 1150 euros convert
    6 months - Silver 1950 euros convert
    12 months - Gold 3200 euros convert

     

    If online payment is not convenient, give us a call at +33(0)622757477 or send us an email at sales@space-careers.com. We will set up an account for you and invoice you accordingly. Note that you can also pay through PayPal.

     

    Subscriptions

     

    Please note that the posting of academic positions is free of charge. All you need to do is email us your job description and we will post it for you.

     

    VAT:

    Spacelinks is based in France so the following European Union regulations regarding electronic commerce apply:
    - if your business is located outside the EU, VAT does not apply to you
    - if your business is located in France, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you don't have a valid VAT registration number, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you do have a valid VAT registration number, you won't be charged VAT provided you give us your VAT number (mandatory for invoicing)

     

    Support:

    For sales enquiries and general information, you can call us on +33(0)622757477.
    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)622757477 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.

     

    Warning:

    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in @yourcompany.com. Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing sales@space-careers.com. Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

     
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