Aniss from Morocco applies for Blue Card Germany

Electrical engineers

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Name of profession: Electrical engineers Name of latest business sector: Engineering firm Latest occupation/title: Project manager Latest main activities: Electricity and communications networks design for new cities/R&D based “technopoles” in Morocco


Completed education: master Title or Qualification: Supelec Engineer degree (equiv. M.Sc.) Specialisation: Electrical Engineering Additional trainings: Radiocommunications, digital communications

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Bavaria 2. Preferred country | region / city: France | 3. Preferred country | region / city: |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => well 2. Language skills: french => excellent 3. Language skills: Arabic => excellent

Personal note /detailed application:

Seeking challenging assignment and responsibility with an opportunity for growth and career advancement as a successfully achievement.

École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (Field: Digital Communications)
Thesis: Studying the mobility and the channel state information estimation for STBC in frequency-flat fading channels (defended Dec. 17th, 2004).
Thesis advisor: Prof. David Haccoun. May 2005

Supélec, Gif s/ Yvette, France
Diplôme d’Ingénieur (equiv. M.Sc.) in Electrical Engineering February 2005

I.U.T. de Poitiers, France
D.U.T. Génie Électrique et Informatique Industrielle (Field: Power Engineering & Power Electronics) June 2000

Since February 2011
Project manager, Electromechanical department, Jacobs Engineering S.A., Morocco
- Leading the electricity and communications networks design for new cities/R&D based “technopoles” in Morocco
- Driving the core team in charge of the detailed design of lighting and LV/MV/HV infrastructures of the LEED ND certified Green City of Benguérir (Marrakech area), a new city of 1000 ha for 120 000 inhabitants. Infrastructure investment estimation: 400 M€.
- Involved in several projects including feasibility, basic and detailed designs for new mines and light and heavy railroad infrastructures

January 2010 – December 2010
Head of the commercial department, Inabensa (Abengoa Group), Morocco
- Setting the selling and buying policies and reporting them to the CEO for the decision making for every fiscal year
- Developing and maintaining contacts with key industry partners and energy consultants
- Managing commercially-driven new business projects from identification through to approvals
- Indentifying business opportunities in Morocco for the Abengoa Group subsidiaries
- Generating screening economic evaluations

September 2006 – August 2009
Project engineer, Office Chérifien des Phosphates Group (OCP), Morocco
- Managing the RFI, RFQ, RFP (specification, analysis, reporting) related to the telecoms’ infrastructure of the company, including fiber and high rate microwave networks
- Driven a multidisciplinary telecoms project (civil and electrical works) in the south of Morocco:
* Defined the functional, technical, and organizational perimeters of the RFP for 4 mining sites
* Coordinated on-site interventions of the OCP project and bidders’ teams
* Analyzed the tenders
* Budget : 4 M€
- Studied the evolution of the communication costs (landlines and mobiles) to establish framework agreement between OCP and national telcos
- Conducted a preliminary design of a universal GSM900/GSM1800/UMTS2100 in-building solution in the headquarter of the company

November 2005 – September 2006
Power System Engineer, Cegelec, Casablanca, Morocco
- Designed a new air insulated 60KV/22KV electrical substation and leading the extension of an existing one:
* Dimensioned of auxiliary services
* Defined the digital control and command architecture
* Validated trade guild construction drawings
* Prepared electrical equipments’ placing orders
- Conceived two 33KV/225KV transmission substations to be connected to a future 140 MW wind farm in the North of Morocco (a part of an estimated 170 M€ project)

January 2003 – April 2005
Research assistant, Advanced Communications Lab, École Polytechnique, Canada
- Modeled radio terrestrial channels in the context of multiple antennae systems (MIMO)
- Elaborated decision-making algorithms to decode the data in the MIMO receiver where no channel state information is available
- Developed the simulator in C/C++

Arabic/French Bilingual
English Written, spoken and read fluently

Computer Matlab, DIALux, RELux, Caneco BT, Visual C++, Microsoft Office
Standards C13.200, C14.100, C15.100, etc.
Hardware High-Definition videoconferencing systems of Tandberg and Codian

Leisure Photography, hiking, reading…
Trips Germany, Egypt, Italy, Turkey, Spain…


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