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     Date Submitted:31-10-2018
     Last Modified:01-11-2018 (07:14)
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     Current job:Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsI adapted myself to various subjects such as space, aeronautics and automotive but also as a Mechanical Designer or Maintenance Improvment Engineer.

    M. Sc. Mechanical Engineering



    Apr. 2017 – Today Airbus Helicopters (Assystem), Marignane (France).

    (1 year + ) Maintenance Engineer: Maintenance procedures and schedules, system maintainability with DMU on Power Generation, Air Conditioning, Transmission, Flight Controls, Rotor.


    May – Mar. 2017 Valeo (Alten), Sainte-Florine (France).

    (11 months) Mechanical Design Engineer: Engine valves design with Catia V5, plastic injection and machining, dimensioning, cost saving, mass production, customer specifications, assembly in clean room, glue, thermal and vibration validation.


    Oct. – Apr. 2016 European Space Agency – ESA, Cologne (Germany).

    (6 months) Astronaut Basic Training Designer Trainee: Prototyping of robotic mock-ups and training accessories with SolidWorks and 3D-printer, Astronaut student courses.


    Feb. – Aug. 2015 Valeo, Meslin l’Evêque (Belgium).

    (6 months) Internship: 3D-modelling of lighting systems with Catia V5, injection moulding, 3D-printing, PCB, optic test bench, miling and turning machines, aluminising.


    Jul. – Aug. 2014 European Space Agency – ESA, Cologne (Germany).

    (2 months) Training Division Trainee: 3D modeling of soyuz docking mechanism, animation for ESA advertisments with DS-Max.


    Jul. 2013 Renault, Fourques (France).

    (1 months) Internship: repair, maintenance and problem diagnostics; public relations.

    Jul. - Aug. 2012 Banque Populaire du Sud – BPS, Montpellier (France).

    (2 months) Administration; public relations and customer services.




    2015 – 2016 University of Haute Alsace, Mulhouse (France)

    M. Sc. Mechanics and Fibre Sciences


    2012 – 2015 Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieur Sud Alsace (ENSISA), Mulhouse

    Sc. Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Design, Material Science, CAD and MAD with Creo, project management and Electronics.


    Fall 2014 University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä (Finland)

    Exchange program – Mechanical Design, User Interface Design


    2010 – 2012 Lycée Alphonse Daudet, Nîmes (France)

    "Classes Préparatoires aux Grandes Écoles (CPGE): Physics and Engineering Sciences.


    2010 Scientific Baccalaureate (with merit), Spanish European option.




    Computer-Aided Design software: CATIA V5, Solid Works, Creo, 3dsMax.

    Good knowledge of milling and turning machines.

    Languages: French (Native), English (TOEIC 900), Spanish (good level), German (basics).

    3D-printing (Stratasys).

    Excel (Macros), Word, Visual Basic, Matrix, Automgen.




    Project coordinator: 12-person project on energy storage, ENSISA 2014.

    Study project on the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity, ENSISA 2012. 

    Travaux d’Intérêt Personnel Encadrés for the entrance contest to the Grandes Ecoles, 2012: aeronautics.

    « Soyuz rendezvous and docking explained » on Youtube – 3D animation.





    - Vice president of central student association (Bureau des Etudiants) of ENSISA 2012-2013.

    - Responsible of external communication of the “Bureau des Etudiants” of ENSISA 2013-2014.

    Sports: basket-ball, volley-ball, running, swimming, ski and snowboard.

    Music: member of a band.

    Language learning.

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