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     Date Submitted:27-09-2019
     Last Modified:27-09-2019 (01:12)
    Job information
     Current job:MAIT and Procurement Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordsaerospace engineering management mechanical engineering stakeholders management Schedule, cost and risk control AIT engineering requirements analysis and control team leading technical documentation ESA standards Space Otics




    Six years of experience in aerospace engineering and management of subsystems for space projects, which have provided me with broad knowledge on following areas:

    ·          Direct communication with customers

    ·          Subcontractors management

    ·          Schedule and cost control

    ·          Risk management

    ·          Organisation of working teams and planning of engineering activities

    ·          Requirements analysis and control

    ·          Elaboration of technical documentation

    ·          European Space Agency (ESA) aerospace and product assurance standards


    Successfully worked on management and engineering activities of following projects, from design to delivery:

    ·          MTG Telescope Optics for OHB

    ·          EarthCare ATLID Co-Alignment Sensor for Airbus Defense and Space

    ·          PLATO Focal Plane Assembly, for OHB

    ·          Sentinel 5 Telescope for Airbus Defense and Space

    ·          Optical Link SatCom for Airbus Defense and Space




    June 2018 –


    MAIT & Procurement Manager / TNO (Delft. The Netherlands)


    MAIT and Procurement management activities for aerospace projects of European industry.

    Success on meeting the scheduled milestones, by leading the coordination and planning of the MAIT activities and the teams involved, managing the manufacturing and coating of the components (electronics, optics and mechanics), and supervising the critical subcontractors.

    Elaboration of technical documentation associated to the MAIT activities


    October  2016 –

    June 2018

    MAIT Manager. System Engineer / LIDAX (Madrid. Spain)


    Management of the manufacturing, assembly, integration and test activities. Successful delivery on time and budget of the final system to the customer, by scheduling the different MAIT phases from manufacturing to delivery, direct communicating with main stakeholders involved, and ensuring together with the PA team that the quality requirements and procedures were followed.


    System Engineer in the PLATO Focal Plane Assembly, for OHB System AG. Requirement analysis, requirements verification and engineering management. Direct management of subcontractors and stakeholders, dealing with unexpected issues arisen during normal work. Risk management and cost control. Review of technical documentation and drawings.


    November 2013 –

    September 2016

    MAIT Engineer. Mechanical Design Engineer / LIDAX (Madrid. Spain)


    Mechanical integration, optical alignment and verification of optomechanical systems, including thermal and electronic hardware. Cleanliness assured by performing the activities in the required ISO 5 conditions.

    Inspection of manufactured parts. Elaboration of reports and activity sheets included in the Logbook.


    Junior mechanical design engineer. Design required by the customer accomplished, by considering optical, thermal, mechanical, cleanliness and other constraints typical of optical spaceflight instruments, as well as coordinating with thermo-structural analysts and systems engineers. Documentation of the design including descriptions, budgets, drawings and ICDs.




    Graduated in 2014

    Master of Science – MS,  Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering

    Specialization in Space Systems

    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain




    CATIA V5 Advanced Course (90h)

    CT Ingenieros (Parque Empresarial "La Carpetania", 28906 Madrid Spain)






    NASTRAN-PATRAN: Linear Analysis (50h)

    CT Ingenieros (Parque Empresarial "La Carpetania", 28906 Madrid Spain)




    Introduction to Thermica (16h)

    Course provided by Airbus Defence and Space (Thimotée Soriano) in LIDAX facilities, Spain




    Introduction to Optics (15h)

    LIDAX (28860, Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid. Spain)





    System Engineering Course (40h)

    LIDAX (28860, Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid. Spain)






    Spanish. Mother tongue

    English. Fluent (6 years working in international environment. Current working language)

    French. Fluent (2 years of studies in France)

    Management skills

    -  Ability to organize resources, assess performance and motivate engineering staff.

    - Ability to effectively resolve conflicts and create a fertile work environment for engineering excellence.

    - Broad knowledge of the principles and methods of engineering management such as project planning, cost management, risk management, stakeholder management and subcontractor management.


    Communication skills

    -  Ability to engage people in constructive discussions and to engender stakeholder confidence in the performed engineering.

    - Elaboration of concise and effective technical documentation adapted to the audience and purpose.


    Software skills

    MS Office

    MS Project

    CATIA V5

    Nastran/Patran (management level)


    Hobbies and Interests

    Family and friends


    Sports (Padel, running, gym)


    Space and Science


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