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     Date Submitted:10-01-2011
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     Current job:Satellite Project Program AIT Manager Head of Department
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsProgram and project manager for Satellite system. Manager of production for single satellite or high production rate of constellation's. Experience in placement in orbit of satellites. Satellite AIT Manager. Head of Test and Launch Department.
    CV

    From July 2016 up to now

    Head of the TOO (Test Opertion Ottobrunn) Department.

    Objective of the Department are the Environmental Test and Launch Campaign of the Satellite assembled in the Company.

    From Sept. 2013 to March 2014

    Also AIT Manager of EDRS-C Satellite.

    From Sept. 2013 to March 2014

    Also Test Campaign Manager of the first 2 Galileo FOC Satellites

    From end of 2012 up June 2016

    System Engineer and responsible of the System Verification Team

    From Sept. 2008 up to 2012

    Galileo Navigation System – System Integration and Validation Operation Manager.

    Head of the System Support (SETA) Industrial Team collocated @ Estec (Noordwijk – NL). The team (12 Engineers) is dedicated to the definition, planning, execution of the integration and test of the Galileo Navigation system. The objective of the activity is the integration and final validation of the Galileo System for both the initial (IOV) and final (FOC) configuration, composed of 26 Satellites, 30 Signal and Monitoring Stations. 6 Uplink and Control Stations and 3 Control Centres.

    Interface/focal point between Esa and TAS-I, for all the System Support activities (SIV, PMO, CADM, etc.)

    From 2007 to Sept. 2008

    Program Manager at TAS-I for the Production (Assembly, Integration and Test) of the Galileo IOV Satellites.

    With this role, he was the overall responsible for the project and, in detail, for:

    Technical results,

    Schedule,

    Quality,

    Cost,

    Resources (human and technical)

    Overall contract maintenance.

    Head of the Galileo Space Segment IOV Team @ TAS-I

    From 2005 to 2006

    Program Manager for the Production (Assembly, Integration and Test) of GSTB V2 and Galileo IOV Satellites.

    With this role, he was the overall responsible for the project and, in detail, for:

    Technical results,

    Schedule,

    Quality of the ,

    Cost,

    Resources (human and technical),

    Overall contract definition, discussion and maintenance.

    System Manager for the Navigation Directorate Satellite Projects.

    Head of the Cost Planning Definition and Control in Navigation Directorate @ AAS (Alcatel Alenia Space, at that time)

    From 2001 to 2004

    Collocated @ Astrium D.

    Head of the Production phase of GSTB V2.

    Verification Manager for the several parts and subsystem composing GSTB V2, monitoring the CFI Supplier’s

    AIT/AIV Manager for GSTB V2.

    Interface/focal point between ALS and Galileo Ind.

    Head of the ALS Collocated Team in the System Team at Galileo Industries - Munich.

    From Jan. 2001 to Dec.2001

    Collocated for ALS (Alenia Spazio, at that time) at Galileo Industries in Ottobrunn (D) and Rome.

    Space Segment Procurement Manager.

    Responsible for the Space Segment Requirements Specification definition and preparation of Galileo IOV Satellite.

    In the System Team as AIV and Planning Manager in Galileo IOV

    System responsible for the definition of:

    Design & Development Plan

    AIV Plan

    General Planning

    Monitoring and controlling the Lower Levels (Segment’s) Integration and Validation activities.

    Definition of the overall Requirement Verification Matrices; monitoring their endorsement at Segment level.

    Definition of the Integration and Validation approaches and processes.

    Verification Process Manager.

    From 1998 to 2001

    Head of ALS (Alenia Spazio, at that time) Rome Mechanical Satellite AIT Units in Rome.

    Coordinating and responsible for 70 resources.

    Responsible for Mech. AIT and Production of:

    Globalstar 1 (end of project),

    CD Radio,

    Sicral 1,

    Artemis,

    Italsat F2,

    Radarsat,

    Cosmo 1 (beginning of project).

    Same responsibility as in previous experience detailed for Globalstar 1.

    From 1995 to 1998

    Head of Globalstar 1 Satellite Mech. Production.

    Head of the 50 dedicated human resources.

    Responsible of:

    Globalstar AIT Plant,

    Globalstar Test Facilities,

    Test Execution,

    Production Processes,

    Production Documentation,

    Associated Logistic,

    Production Miscellanea Procurement,

    Launch Campaign’s.

    From 1994 to 1995

    Collocated @ Space system Loral – Palo Alto CA (USA).

    Member of the System Core Team for Globalstar S/C.

    Responsible for:

    O/A AIV Plan,

    Design to Production,

    Design to Test,

    Test Definition,

    Production Flow,

    Logistic Definition,

    Launch Campaign Definition,

    Subcontractor’s Production Review,

    Procedures and Processes Definition,

    Supporting the Configuration and Project Control definition.

    Procurement responsible for facilities and tools at ALS relevant to Globalstar 1 production.


    From 1988 to 1994

    Overall System Mechanical Manager for Artemis Project.

    Responsible for:

    Mechanical Design,

    Mechanical Analysis,

    Thermal Analysis,

    Structure Subsystem Procurement,

    Thermal Subsystems Procurement,

    Test Requirements and Planning.

    Interface with Launcher.

    Monitorin and Control of Structure (CASA – Madrid, at that time) and Thermal Control (Aeritalia – ALS Torino at that time) components  Supplier’s.

    Year 1988

    System Engineering Group – Mechanical Dept.

    Team Leader for

    Structural Analysis,

    Mechanical Test Prediction,

    Test Requirements,

    Test Procedures,

    Test Execution.

    Year 1987

    Mechanical Test of Italsat F1 – Collocated at Intespace – Toulouse (F)

    Year 1986

    Structural Analyst for Italsat F1 Project at Alenia Spazio – Rome

    From 1982 to 1986

    Responsible of Mechanical Design of Secondary Systems of Nuclear Plants at Tre Pi Progetti in Roma (I).

    Structural Analysis and Mechanical/Structural Design for Nuclear Plants.

    Main Nuclear Plant in Italy (PEC – Brasimone, Cirene – Latina, Ispra, Montalto di Castro) and in Europe (Superphoenix - F)

     

    Other occupation

    Teacher at ‘Seconda Università di Roma – Tor Vergata’ in the frame of periodic Masters of Provincia di Roma on Satellite based system’s: Main arguments:

    Satellite mission scopes,

    Satellite definition,

    Satellite production,

    Satellite AIV,

    Satellite launches.

    Participation at several congresses, involving the preparation of papers and reports.

     


    Personal Information

    Birth Date: 09.06.1955

    Graduated in Mechanical Engineering in Rome University with the maximum evaluation

    Married, with 2 sons (students)

    Italian citizen

    No legal constraints for working outside Italy and Europe

    Fluent in English language, basic capabilities in French

     


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