CV MSc in Marine technology willing to convert his experience gained the armament domain
MSc in Marine technology willing to convert his experience gained the armament domain
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Location (Residence): bangkok, France Citizenship:France
French Standard Other:
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Masters in Naval architecture Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular), Thailand Present Location: thailand, bangkok Relocation: Thailand
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
After 15 years within the French Mod as an officer in charge of procuring the French forces with the best equipments at the best possible cost, I recently retired with the rank of lieutenant-commander to follow my wife appointed in Bangkok for UNESCO.
These years have brought me a good understanding of the Armament technologies and of the naval architecture, as well as a capability to manage complex programs with a team and in an international context.
My recent move to Bangkok pushes me to start a new carrier in closer relation with my initial degree on Marine technologies (under-water and oil aspect).
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
2007-10 Export promotion of French defense equipment to Indonesia and Malaysia (French Ministry of Defense):
• Networking with decision makers, economic intelligence advisor for industrial strategy, organization of dedicated promotion activities (seminar, field demonstrations).
• Management of current bilateral programs (2 billion Euros of contracts, incl. complex programs like submarines).
• Management the official bilateral relationship in the armament field, which includes diplomatic skills (adviser for high-level meetings, up to Defense Minister level), technical skills to understand the problems at stake, as well as management skills (organization of bilateral committees, and official visits).
2006 Future French Aircraft Carrier (British Ministry of Defense, Bristol, UK):
• The French authorities were seeking to take part to the British aircraft carrier project in order to reduce the cost of acquisition of a new carrier.
• As a liaison officer inside the British project team, my role was both technical and diplomatic and was to promote solutions that would enable to reach a common design and reduce the overall cost, especially in the aeronautic field (aviation infrastructure, flight deck) and safety (ammunition, vulnerability).
2002-05 French government’s surface ship program (French Ministry of Defense):
• Development with the USA and Singapore of an unmanned surface vehicle (SPARTAN): negotiation of the agreement with the USA and of the French industrial participation (10 million Euros).
• French correspondent within the NATO group in charge of survivability of naval ship.
• Responsible for the protection of French ships against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear attacks.
1999-02 Vulnerability studies for naval ships (French Ministry of Defense):
• Collaborative work with Singapore in the field of underwater detonics (numerical simulation and organization of underwater explosions for validation).
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1998-99 Master of Science in marine technologies :
• Cranfield University (UK), specializing in underwater technologies, with a focus on oil and gas aspects.
1997-98 Diploma in general engineering science with a focus on naval architecture :
• Ecole nationale supérieure d'ingénieurs (ENSIETA, France), the university responsible for training officers on armament technologies for the French Ministry of Defense.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Basics Pc software
Autocad when doing my Engineering degree
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]