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     Date Submitted:17-05-2020
     Last Modified:18-05-2020 (07:06)
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     Current job:Technical Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsRecognized aerospace engineer Provides professional expertise and manages teams of engineers in the technical assessment of plans and procedures for problem resolution. Applies state-of-the-art knowledge and Provides technical guidance for the success o


    Team Management (35 people), Recruitment, Training

    Technical Management of civilian and military projects and programs (Delay, Reliability, Quality, Cost)

    Mechanics, Pyrotechnics, Ignition System, Propulsion System, Flight Mechanics, Ballistics and Chemistry

    Expertise of manufacturing process and non-compliant products

    Design and Simulation (CAD, Implicit and Explicit Finite Element Method (FEM), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), fluid-structure interaction)



    ENSTA (formerly ENSIETA)                                                 1996-1999

    Master of Science (Aerospace, Propulsion and Pyrotechnics)

    1999 Final year engineering internship: Software to calculate pollutant emission from gas turbines TURBOMECA

    1999 3rd year project : Smart tank-destroying ammunition NEXTER

    1998 « Technician » internship: Study of the reactivity of aluminium-based explosive with water ArianeGroup

    1998 2nd year project: Conception (design & guiding algorithm) of 3D sonar platform for European research submarine AZIMOV

    1997 1st year internship: Safety Pyrotechnic Study Eurocopter

    ISUGA                                                                                        2001-2003

    Training period for Asian business

    Internship on Management of Jet Engine Projects (Microturbo Turbomeca)



    Head of Engineering –                                                        2013-2018

    Research and Development of Conventional Pyrotechnics Equipment (Electric and non-electric Detonators, Shock Tube, Detonating Cord, electronic and pyrotechnic Connectors) and Mechanical parts of Electronic Detonator.

    Ensure technical leadership, material and pyrotechnic expertise

    Be in charge of all Conventional Pyrotechnics

    Contributing with top management to develop and reach current and foreseen schedule, quality, business, and financial objectives.

    Define the development of new business opportunities and expansion of existing business opportunities.

    Decide on the specifications and their integration and check during development and manufacturing process.

    Carry out the design and the numerical simulation of Pyrotechnics equipment and manufacturing tools.

    Ensure all certification in accordance with international regulations.

    Design and Project Engineer – Dassault-Aviation                2006-2012

    Research and Development aerospace equipment of Vega launcher; Monitoring of all Pyromechanisms of Ariane 5 launcher; Expertise of Ejection Seat System.

    Design and manage the project of Payload Fairing Separation System of Vega Launcher.

    Manage the project to ensure customer satisfaction by meeting deadlines, quality specifications and project profitability.

    Lead customer interactions for projects.

    Monitor, test and requalify all Ariane 5 equipment (release system, transmission cord, pusher, initiator, detonator, cutter, safety and arming unit, shock absorber, destruction system) for CNES ARTA program.

    Expertise space equipment and pilot ejection seat system.

    Manage of configuration and modification of all Dassault space equipment.

    Project Manager – PyroAlliance ArianceGroup                    2003-2006

    Research and Development of several Pyromechanisms Projects (Valve, Pusher, Pin, Low-shock Nuts) for Tactical Missiles (Scalp, ASMP-A, Mica) and Satellites.

    Manage all phases of the space programs from conceptualization through completion, including acquisition, planning, and managing technical performance to ensure quality, business, and financial objectives.

    Decide, check and validate calculation, design and process.

    Interact with internal and external representatives at various levels concerning solving of technical and scheduling issues.

    Act as the primary customer contact for program activities and lead program review sessions with customers.

    Be accountable for projects budget and aligning resources to accomplish the required work.

    Head of Pyrotechnic Department – Naval Group               1999-2001

    Manager of the Pyrotechnics Department for assembling and maintenance strategic missiles (propulsion units and decoy system, pyro nuclear interface)

    Manage the 35-people Pyrotechnic Department

    Be the deputy director of Ballistic Missile Manufacturing Department

    Monitor and proceed to the maintenance and the manufacturing schedule for the fleet of Strategic Missiles.

    Analyse technical procedures, drawings, specifications to depart from standards or integrate new manufacturing lines or new missiles.

    Lead transport and delivery of missiles into submarines.

    Interact directly with the representatives of Navy, Military Agency and EADS at various levels concerning resolution of technical issues

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