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     Date Submitted:25-05-2019
     Last Modified:26-05-2019 (04:46)
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     Current job:V&V Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors



    5 Apr 2018–Present

    V&V Engineer

    CRISA (an Airbus Defence and Space company), Madrid (Spain)

    · V&V Engineer, responsible of integration, validation and verification activities (functional, electrical, environmental and EMC) of onboard electronic units for space systems.

    · Qualification and acceptance tests responsible. Test plan and test procedures definition. Test tools development and maintenance. Qualification campaign scheduling, execution and documentation. Requirements traceability, VCD analysis and maintenance. Colaboration in CDR, TRR and ARBs.

    · Focused on OBC (EXOMARS DM), FEE for UVNS instruments of Sentinel-5 and FEE (VAU) for FLORIS instrument of FLEX satellite, including both Flight-SW and HW integration, verification and validation.

    14 Jul 2016–4 Apr 2018

    Senior System Engineer

    Tecnobit, Madrid (Spain)

    · Technical supervision of design, V&V and manufacturing processes of internal and subcontractors designs.

    · Organise / hold meetings with subcontractors and coordination of the whole process from design to I&V activities.

    · Definition and maintenance of Systems Interface control documents, requirements specifications, ICD and VCD. Using DOORs to document and trace the results with VCD and requirements during the whole engineering proccess (PDR, CDR, TRR...)

    · Project management support. Resources, time and costs management. Subcontractors management.

    · Projects: Eurofighter, F-110 and 8x8 Displays.


    25 Oct 2014–20 Jul 2016

    System and Manufacturing engineer

    INDRA Systems, Madrid (Spain)

    · Technical supervision of design, test and manufacturing processes, reviewing designs, components, schematics, test procedures, instrumentation needs and new designs and prototypes. Design for manufacturability (DFM).

    · Improvement of production processes at Sensor Production Center. Analysis of problems and management of anomalies in the I&V process to ensure cost effectiveness of serial manufacturing units.

    · Troubleshooting and proposals of engineering changes, reviewing, modifying and maintaining systems documentation such as user manual, test procedures and I&V scheduling.

    13 Jul 2009–19 Oct 2014

    System Engineer

    INDRA Systems, Madrid (Spain)

    · Design of PCBs and circuit boards for complex communication systems. Responsible across the whole development process from schematics design (Altium Designer and Mentor Graphics) to manufacturing and integration.

    · Test tools development. Hardware, Firmware (VHDL) and Software design and development of the  test set-ups. V&V planning, definition and execution.

    · Technical writing of every step of the process: hardware requirements documents, ICD, HW/SW ICD, VCD, test plans and test procedures development and maintenance from prototype units to serial manufacturing.

    10 Mar 2007–15 Jun 2009

    R&D Engineer

    Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Cartagena (Spain)

    · Food smart packaging solutions using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Surface Acoustic Waves sensors.

    · Functions: Smart packaging proposals, solutions development and Project planning. Recruitment of suppliers, assessing their business and manufacturing solutions.

    · Publication: López-Gómez A, Cerdán-Cartagena F, Suardiaz-Muro J, Boluda-Aguilar M, María Esther Hernández-Hernández, López-Serrano MA, López-Coronado J. “Radiofrequency Identification and Surface Acoustic Wave Technologies for Developing the Food Intelligent Packaging Concept”. Food Engineering Reviews. 2014 Nov.

    Mar 2005–Apr 2006

    Translater and organizational support

    Institute of Information Technology of Murcia

    ▪ Translater Spanish- English at CeBIT 2005 & 2006 editions at Hannover, Germany.

    ▪ Support in business meetings between spanish companies and international ones.






    Master in Communication and Information Technology


    Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Cartagena (Spain)


    Final Degree Project focused on sensor networks using Ultra Wide Band technology


    Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)


    Master Degree in Telecommunication Engineering


    Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Cartagena (Spain)




    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)

    English, French, Italian, German (basic)

    Communication skills

    ▪ 12 years of experience working as part of interdisciplinary engineering teams and managing subontractors systems designs give me excellent communication skills (verbal and written).

    ▪ Willingness to adapt to new teams and environments.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    ▪ Good planning and organisational skills and great management capacity.

    ▪ Experience working as part of a team and without supervision.

    ▪ Excellent troubleshooting experience.

    Job-related skills

    ▪ Extensive experience in designing and maintaining System ICD and in the preparation and execution of validation process of electronics equipment.

    ▪ Capability to prepare system requirements and design documents, and to document system interfaces.

    ▪ Extensive knowledge of Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE)

    ▪ Long experience working in an international environment with high standards of security and confidentiality.

    ▪ Experience with DOORs.

    Digital skills

    ▪ Document editors: Microsoft Office, LaTEX.

    ▪ Project Management: MSProject, SAP, DOORS.

    ▪ Operating system: Windows, Linux.

    ▪ Programming/definition languages: Java, C, C++, VHDL, Handel-C, NesC, Matlab, Python.

    ▪ Design and/or simulation tools: Xilinx ISE, PSpice, Design Capture, Altium Designer, xDX Designer, PCBBrowser, Picoblaze, Simulink.

    ▪ ERP: SAP ME.

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