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     Date Submitted:26-06-2021
     Last Modified:27-06-2021 (08:33)
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     Current job:Systems/AIT Engineer – Vega LV, A4-A5 Assy Responsible
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSystems Engineering Mechanical AIT/AIV Engineering Product/Project Engineering Space Engineering Launcher
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    Personal Data

    Place and Date of birth

    Roma, 23/03/1983

    Professional Experience

    Company

    Avio SpA

    From: 23/03/2016

    Role

    Systems/AIT/AIV Engineer – Vega LV, A4-A5 Assy Responsible

    Main tasks and responsibility

    Technical management of Vega Launch Vehicle Upper Stages (A4 and A5Assy):

    -  Launcher Stages Assembly definition and integration;

    -  Launcher Stages Assembly AIT Plan, Acceptance and Integration Specification definition;

    -  Monitoring and support to LV stages assembly production interfacing with internal and external interfaces (Program management, Quality assurance, Production, logistics, sub-contractors, customers).

    Technical management of product changes and development activities:

    -  systems engineering;

    -  requirement analysis, definition and tailoring;

    -  product interfaces management (internal and external) with relevant layout definition (2D, 3D) and specification;

    -  trade-off studies;

    -  Process of changes configuration proposal;

    -  reviews process and Subco follow-on).

    Definition and management of interfaces between Payload and LaunchVehicle;

    Technical Authority during Vega LV Flight Campaign – ATPH and ATMP;

    Management and treatment of anomalies relevant to the product and corrective action implementation;

    Technical Interface for customers, subcontractors and suppliers;

    Issuing and reviewing of technical documentation.

       

    Company

    Altran Italia SpA
    Customer: Elv SpA - (Avio SpA)

    From 05/09/2014 to 22/03/2016

    Role

    AIT Engineer

    Main tasks and responsibility

    Definition of specification for Vega and VegaC Assemblies integration and test activities;

    Vega and VegaC Assemblies acceptance and integration specification definition;

    Focal point for layout studies (2D, 3D) and Vega Assemblies design activities for evolution and consolidation (Vega and Vega-C launchers);

    Technical management of product development activities (trade-off studies, interfaces management, requirement definition and tailoring, system support, reviews process and Subco follow-on);

    Technical review with customers, sub-contractors and suppliers;

    Issuing of technical documentation.

       

    Company

    Aero Sekur SpA

    From 27/06/2011 to 05/09/2014

    Role

    Systems/Product Engineer

    Main tasks and responsibility

    Product and projects technical management and development;

    Specification analysis and requirement definition;

    Management and definition of test and integration activities;

    Sub-contractors technical follow-on and management, and technical interface for final customer;

    Support to proposal preparation and invitation to tender answering;

    After sales technical interface for airborne product;

    Technical documentation issuing.

    Company

    Msx International Customer: Ford Italia

    From 25/05/2009 to 09/01/2011

    Role

    Technical Consultant

    Main tasks and responsibility

    • Mechanical and Electrical products anomalies analysis; 

    • Anomalies treatment and management;
    • Technical report issuing;
    • Audit activities;

    • After sales processes analysis.

     

    Education

    Master Degree (post graduate course)

    Master in Satellite Systems and Services (University of Rome - La Sapienza, 2011)

    Grade: 110/110

    Master’s Degree

    Aerospace Engineering (University of Rome - La Sapienza, 18/12/2008)

    Grade: 102/110

    Bachelor’s Degree

    Aerospace Engineering (University of Rome - La Sapienza, 27/02/2006)

       

    Foreign Languages

    English (B2/C1 level); French (beginner)

    Certification

    Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt - n. 213 (Tor Vergata Six Sigma Academy)

    Publication

    'High speed gas turbine exhaust facility for TPS materials testing' - 7th European Workshop on Thermal Protection Systems and HS

    (8-10/April/2013 - ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands);
    - 4th International Workshop on verification and testing of space systems (21-23/May/2013 – University of Torino).

    Soft skills

    Teamwork and leadership
    Problem solving
    Organization, proactivity and flexibility Communication and interpersonal skills Time management

     

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