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     Date Submitted:20-10-2018
     Last Modified:20-10-2018 (09:15)
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     Current job:Telecom Payload Electrical System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsPayload, Electrical Architecture, DC and RF Harness, DHS, Processor, Engineering, Design and AIT Support International Profile, 12 years in Space industry, work for Airbus, MDA and Thales


    THALES ALENIA SPACE, Toulouse                 04/2016 – Today

    Payload Electrical System Engineer of Complex and Innovative Telecom Payload

    • Electrical Design of payload of multiple processors in collaboration with unit suppliers, PMO team, AIT, and also Data Handling System and Operations for Satellite Database Base.

    • Responsible of design and Supplier Monitoring of DC Harness composed of  Space CAN, 1553 bus, Spacewire and others

    • Defining electrical architecture of new payload for GEO Satcom or Constellation in collaboration of Payload Product Line Manager.


    MDA (MAXAR) – Space System, Montreal                   02/2011 – 12/2015

    Technical lead and Project Engineer of Electrical Harness and RF Coax Cables for Telecom Satellites

    • Operational implementation of electrical cable department: release of processes, creation of tools to automate manual and repetitive operations during mechanical and electrical design (min saving 100K$), Staff training to cable specificities, new material implementation,

    • Technical lead of electrical design, specifications, manufacturing package and integration documentation, Reports progress status to Program manager. Responsible for the entire harness (DC and RF) of AMOS6 payload, used by FACEBOOK for Africa coverage,

    • Budgets and tracks schedule, cost and resource of project (up to 700,000$) and technical coordination of electrical and mechanical engineering team (up to 6 people)

    • Focal Coordinator between MDA in Montreal (Canada) and SSL in Palo Alto (USA) for the harmonization of Electrical Interconnections. Successful integration of a complete customer furnished harness following entirely SSL standards. Only possible thanks to multiple negotiations with internal departments: inspection, manufacturing, QA, M&P, Configuration, Operators and others,

    • Organization of CE certification of electrical test equipment for European payloads (budget 100,000$). Bid Tender Management, Negotiation and Testing management: resources and logistics: EMI&EMC, Electrical and Mechanical at MDA and in an external laboratory


    AIRBUS DEFENCE and SPACE, Toulouse, France                  2009 – 2010

    Technical Lead and Project Engineer of Electrical Harness for Telecom and Earth Observation satellites

    • My challenge was to produce successfully harness manufacturing data packages based on tools and processes under development. The particularities of satellite market are design in concurrent engineering, high quality product in a very tight schedule,

    • In addition of the technical complexity, I managed up to 6 projects at the same time and at various phases of development: ATLANTIC BIRD7 (France), ASTRA2E/F (Luxembourg), EXPRESS AM4 (Russia), ARABSATA/B (Saudi Arabia), SENTINEL2 (ESA), CMG1545 (ex Astrium). For each project, I coordinated the effort of electrical and mechanical engineering team (up to 10 people),

    • Technical interface with harness manufacturing sub-contractors in France and in Spain,

    • Project management up to 1,000,000€ per year and weekly report to internal customer (schedule and cost).


    LDL Technology, Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France                 2008 – 2009

    Electronics Engineer (permanent contract) Design of embedded sub-systems – Tires pressure sensors for motorcycles (Design in RF environment, Laboratory, PCB)

    ALTEN SUD OUEST, Labège, France                               2006 – 2008

    Mission 1 at AIRBUS D&S (ex EADS ASTRIUM), Toulouse, France          2007 – 2008

    Harness Design of Telecom Satellites (Design, Database Management, SQL)                   

    Mission 2 at SYNERJECT, Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France                    2006–2007   

    Electronics Support Engineer of embedded sub-systems – Engine control for motorcycles and scooter (After-sales service of Equipment Control Unit, Laboratory)

    MAGNETI MARELLI, Châtellerault, France                           2004 – 2005

    Electronics Designer of embedded sub-systems – Windows motor control (Design and EMI&EMC and Electrical Validation Tests, A and B prototype)

    L.S. CATERING LTD, Dublin, Ireland                                    2003 – 2004

    Cashier at CLERYS (a long-established department store)

    CENTRE NATIONAL D’ÉTUDES SPATIALES, Toulouse, France                          2003  

    Engineer Student in Electrical and ECM department: Simulation and Design of the control of system of a serial resonant converter for a wireless power transfer


    2015            Project Management Essentials Workshop at McGill University, Montréal, Canada Project Management based on principles of PMI and MS PROJECT

    2005            Polish language Studies at “Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza”, Poznan, Poland

    1999-2003    Engineering degree in Electronics at “École Nationale Supérieure d’Électronique et de ses Applications“, Cergy-Pontoise, France

    1997-1999    Technician degree at University Institutes of Technology, Rouen, France


    MS Project, MS Access, MS Visio, MS Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint), Open Office

    CAO: Catia & Catelectre, Cadence, Pspice, Eagle, Matlab (Simulink), Saber (Sketch)

    Languages: SQL, Visual Basic, ooBasic, Assembler, MAST, C, C++

    PDMs: Teamcenter, TortoiseSVN

    Bus: 1553, LSSB, CAN, LIN, IIC, RS232, K-Line


    Clearances: Possible for NATO or European Union or France

    Languages: French (Native), English (Fluent), Polish (Basics), German (Basics)

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