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Science Writer

2021-04-06 22:13:14| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Solenix is specialized in the provision of highquality software engineering, technical consulting and operations services in the aerospace domain. This vacancy note concerns an onsite consulting position at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany. We are looking for a Science Writer for our client, EUMETSAT. You will join the Strategy, Communication and International Relations Division SCIR and provide support to a number of activities incorporating the preparation of written content for EUMETSATs website, blogs and other publications. You will contribute to both the external and the internal communication channels by delivering compelling, attractive, and informative articles and texts on the scientific and technical activities of EUMETSAT for a variety of audiences. Typical tasks will include Write science and technologyrelated articles for EUMETSATs various online communication platforms Develop content for printed publications such as brochures, leaflets and other documents as necessary Suggest, and potentially implement, innovative formats to convey scientific and technology content in a compelling and attractive way to nonexpert audiences Liaise with science and technical staff in EUMETSAT and other partner organisations to identify and develop interesting article ideas Provide suggestions for scientific content for EUMETSATs social media channels Twitter, Facebook, Instagram working closely with the social media content coordinator Text and content to be delivered predominantly in Microsoft Word format. For limited periods, you may be required to provide service during the weekend or exceptionally during public holidays. You may also occasionally be scheduled to work before 7.00 or after 20.00 hours. Any such instances will be scheduled and agreed to in advance. Required Skills and Experience At least four years proven track record in scientific and technological content development for nonexpert audiences. A thorough understanding and proven practical experience of authoring scientific and technical items that are understandable to a lay audience. Proven experience in drafting science and technologyrelated texts that incorporate some pertinent storytelling in order to reach out to various audiences beyond the experts, in order to make these topics interesting and engaging, is essential. Proven experience in liaising with relevant stakeholders as well as organising and holding interviews with scientific and technical experts. Excellent communication skills and be used to working towards high standards. C2 English level in CEFR Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Excellent written and interpersonal skills. Desirable Skills and Experience A relevant university degree or similar qualification would also be considered an advantage. The capacity to also deliver text in French would be an asset. Work Location Darmstadt, Germany Dates Application Deadline 06 May 2021 Start of Work 01 July 2021 Important Notes Before applying to this position, please read the page How to Apply on the Solenix website under Career. Applicants must be EU citizens or have a valid work and residence permit in Germany. Security, identity and reference checks on the candidates are part of the recruitment process. Job Application Please send your applications electronically to careersolenix.ch before the application deadline 06 May 2021. Learn more about us in Facebook.

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Programme Engineering Coordinator for University Education

2021-04-06 11:13:24| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Position Reference 853 On behalf of ESA, we are currently looking for a Programme Engineering Coordinator for University Education to work in its Site ESTEC in the city of Noordwijk, The Netherlands. The position focuses on the coordination of handson activities and experiments for university students related to microgravity and hypergravity platforms. In cooperation with the facility operators, and with other professional specialists, the key person will support the selection of experiments proposed by university student teams, and will followup their projects throughout their lifecycle concept, design, development, testing, experiment campaign, data analysis, both from a programmatic and engineering viewpoint. The set of programmes includes Drop Your Thesis, Spin Your Thesis, Fly Your Thesis, Spin Your Thesis Human and Orbit Your Thesis. Occasional support for other ESA Academy activities, including deliverydevelopment of training courses may also be required. Tasks and Activities The scope of work will include Support the preparation and the publication of the Call for Proposals for the student projects, the review and the evaluation of the proposals, and the projects selection process. Liaise with the partners andor with the organisations which are involved in the conduct of the student handson project universities, space agencies, industries, or other associations, and ESA colleagues. Liaise with the student teams involved in the ESA Academys handson space projects, to ensure they receive the due financial or logistics support. Coordinate the technical supervision of the student projects with the support of professional specialists from ESA and the other partners, as available, to ensure compliance to requirements, applicable standards, and good space engineering practice. Supervise the preparation and conduct of project meetings, project reviews, test campaigns, and of workshops or conferences. Assist Young Graduate Trainees assigned to the programmes in subject. Skills and Experience The following skills and experience are mandatory Masters degree or PhD in Engineering, with at least 4 years of relevant working experience. Experience in the management of space project. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to coordinate effectively work contributions from several different parties. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders ESA, the involved international partners, industry, academia and students. Fluency in English, both written and spoken. The following skills would be highly desirable Knowledge of the university student programmes conducted by ESAs Education Office. How to Apply Looking to take your career to the next level? Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter to RHEAs Recruitment team at careersrheagroup.com no later than 27042021. Preference will be given to candidates eligible for an EU or national personal security clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL or above.

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Payload Data Ground Segment System Engineer

2021-04-06 11:13:24| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Position Reference 857 In order to integrate the Ground Segment Operations Centre part of the Space Systems department of this wellknown organization, we are currently looking for a Payload Data Ground Segment System Engineer to work at our clients premises in the city of Rome, Italy. This PDGS expert will have the opportunity to share hisher experience in the field of technical supervision and coordination of Payload Data Ground Segment engineering and AIV activities. Tasks and Activities The scope of work will include Technical responsibilities on SAR or Multispectral Processors, Hyperspectral and Thermal Processors, but also processing Infrastructures, Catalogue and Archive Systems, and coordinating subcontracted CALVAL Facilities subsystems activities. Technical realisation and coordination of Payload Data Ground Segment engineering and AIV activities. Realizing and supervising subsystems design down to component level. Preparation of subsystems technical requirements specifications. Definition and justification of SS architecture, from concept to detailed design phase. Definition and control of SS technical interfaces, internal and external towards space and launch segments. Engineering budgets and SS performance. Skills and Experience The following skills and experience are mandatory Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering or similar academic cursus. Professional experience of at least 3 years in Ground Segment engineering projects for space systems. Proven experience in definition and design of Payload Data SS for EO systems. Strong competences in design and development of EO space systems. Strong competences in the Commissioning activities with regards to calibration and validation of EO systems. Experience in the definition, management and traceability of requirements structure with the support of DOORS or other similar tool. Use of simulation tools for the definition of GS performances, e.g. Stk, MATLAB, IDL, Python. Proven capability to define of GS design throughout the support of model based methods, techniques and tools e.g. SysML, UML, Capella MBSE. Sound knowledge of ground system engineering processes, and ground system and software life cycles. Sound knowledge of relevant ECSS standards. Experience with coordinating partners from different companies in an international project. Results oriented attitude. Planning and organizational skills. Capability to build trust and show inspiring leadership based on strong indirect management skills. Fluency in English, both written and spoken. Italian is an asset. How to Apply Looking to take your career to the next level? Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter to RHEAs Recruitment team at careersrheagroup.com no later than 17042021. Preference will be given to candidates eligible for an EU or national personal security clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL or above. This position is open to protected categories under Italian Law 6899 Rules for the right to work of disabled people. Questa posizione e aperta alle categorie protette L. 6899.

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Ground Segment AIV Engineer

2021-04-06 11:13:24| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Position Reference 856 In order to integrate the Ground Segment Operations Centre part of the Space Systems department of this wellknown organization, we are currently looking for a Ground Segment AIV Engineer to work at our clients premises in the city of Rome, Italy. This Assembly Integration Verification expert will have the opportunity to share hisher experience in the field of Ground Segment AIT and AIV preparation, execution, and coordination activities. Tasks and Activities The scope of work will include Coordinate the GS AIV team during GS AIV preparation and execution. Support the ILSOPS Manager during the validation and commissioning and commissioning phases to address and solve GS issues. Ensure the complete verification of GS requirements in accordance with ECSS EST1002 standard through the Verification Control document at all levels GS, SS. Supervise the GS platform deployment either on premises or on cloud. Guarantee production and maintenance of test cases ion and procedures. Guarantee timely addressing and resolution of HWSW problems. Skills and Experience The following skills and experience are mandatory University degree in a relevant discipline. At least 3 years of experience in AIV activities for satellite missions ideally LEO or MEO. Experience in the requirement management with of DOORS or other similar tool. Experience with automation of test execution with dedicated tools or scripting languages. Sound knowledge of major operating systems Linux, Windows. Sound knowledge of major RDBMS. Sound knowledge of hypervisor and container technology. Experience with coordinating a team, heshe shall have good interpersonal, reporting and communication skills and a proactive attitude to problem solving. Experience with coordinating partners from different companies in an international project. Sound knowledge of ground system engineering processes, and ground system and software life cycles. Proven experience applying relevant ECSS standards Experience with coordinating partners from different companies in an international project. Resultoriented attitude. Planning and organizational skills. Capability to build trust and show inspiring leadership based on strong indirect management skills. Fluency in English, both written and spoken. Italian is a strong asset. How to Apply Looking to take your career to the next level? Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter to RHEAs Recruitment team at careersrheagroup.com no later than 17042021. Preference will be given to candidates eligible for an EU or national personal security clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL or above. This position is open to protected categories under Italian Law 6899 Rules for the right to work of disabled people. Questa posizione e aperta alle categorie protette L. 6899.

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ILS Operations Manager

2021-04-06 11:13:24| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Position Reference 855 In order to integrate the Ground Segment Operations Centre part of the Space Systems department of this wellknown organization, we are currently looking for an ILS Operations Manager to work at our clients premises in the city of Rome, Italy. This Ground Segment Logistic expert will have the opportunity to share hisher experience in the field of mission operations management, Ground Segment ILS analysis, tools deployment and ILS coordination. Tasks and Activities The scope of work will include Coordinate the Operations and ILS team during OPS design and execution. Drive the definition of commissioning and routine operations, prepared for future mission of Earth Observation with Small Satellites. Guarantee that operational interface between the platform and payload systems, the ground segment and the satellite. Guarantee production and maintenance of operations documentation and procedures. Plan and Coordinate the operations validation and verification and Ground and E2E System level. Plan and Coordinate training and validation of the ground segment team ILS Analysis implementation and harmonization of ILS with Operational Concepts and Ground Segment Architecture. ILS Tools Specification and coordination of Design and Adaptation to Program Needs. Skills and Experience The following skills and experience are mandatory University degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent by experience. At least 5 years of experience in operations management for Satellite missions experience in LEO Low Earth Orbit mission is a plus. Management of operations design, validation, Launch and Early Orbit phase, commissioning and routine phases. Experience with costs estimation of operations execution and Ground Segment maintenance. Experience with RAMS Analysis, design, development and maintenance of ILS Tools. Experience with coordinating a team, heshe shall have a good interpersonal and proactive attitude, with a problemsolving mindset. Experience in business contacts with partners from different companies in an international project. Result oriented attitude. Planning and organisational skills. Capability to build trust and show inspiring leadership based on strong communication skills. Fluency in English, both written and spoken. Italian is an asset. How to Apply Looking to take your career to the next level? Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter to RHEAs Recruitment team at careersrheagroup.com no later than 17042021. Preference will be given to candidates eligible for an EU or national personal security clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL or above. This position is open to protected categories under Italian Law 6899 Rules for the right to work of disabled people. Questa posizione e aperta alle categorie protette L. 6899.

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Spacecraft Controller Meteosat wmd

2021-04-01 14:12:42| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Telespazio Germany GmbH is the first choice European aerospace company for ICT and engineering solutions and services. We combine 40 years of experience in hightechnology markets, where trust and quality are essential. With more than 350 employees in Germany, we shape the future of aerospace together and beyond. Our staff play a key role in determining our success through their qualifications, motivation, enthusiasm, different cultural backgrounds and their sense of teamwork. The Position This position is based at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt. It is fulltime and permanent and expected starting date will be around May 2021. We are looking forward to meeting you! ResponsibilitiesDuties Execution of endtoend routine and contingency operations for the Satellites, to include Preparation, monitoring and remote control of the Spacecraft Monitoring of data, health check of the equipment, preparation and performance of operations following established procedure and verification of results Troubleshooting with help of procedures and preparation of reports. QualificationsExperience A university degree in a Science or IT related discipline electronics, physics, computing, programming, process control, ground station operations, is preferred. Some experience of shift work would be an advantage, but not essential. Essential Skills A strong technical oriented background. Good communication skills, fluency in English, both in speaking and writing Ability to work autonomously according to high level guidelines and to work in international teams A good working knowledge of MS Office Tools Collaborative and team worker Solution orientated Desirable Skills Knowledge of ground segment elements mission control systems, simulators, satellite database, SCOS, mission planning, flight dynamics, etc. A working knowledge of Linux Your Benefits of joining us By joining the Telespazio family, you will enjoy all the benefits of a competitive salary in a sustainable work environment, flexible working time models, diverse advancement and training possibilities for technical, language and soft skills, a generous holiday package as well as a company pension scheme. Furthermore, we support you with your relocation. Through our wide network, we can also support your partner in finding a job at your new work location. Application Are you equally inspired by our visions and dreams? Get in touch with us today and send us your application! Your HR Contact for this position is Melanie Giesche. Our mail servers are using an antispam module that regularly checks global spam lists. If you are not able to send us an email, it might be because the mail server of your mail provider is listed on one of these lists. We therefore recommend you to use our application form at httpswww.telespazio.deenjobs.

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Programme Engineering Coordinator for Education

2021-04-01 12:12:26| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Aurora is an established supplier of skilled manpower to ESA and in particular at ESTEC and ESAC. Aurora has the opportunity to expand our support to ESA in the domain of ECO Communication, Education and Marketing in the ESA Academy Unit. Happiness of our employees has proven key to obtaining excellent results and a client who also regards us highly for excellent service. Overview The post focuses on the coordination of handson activities and experiments for university students related to microgravity and hypergravity platforms. In cooperation with the facility operators, and with other professional specialists, the postholder will support the selection of experiments proposed by university student teams, and will followup their projects throughout their lifecycle concept, design, development, testing, experiment campaign, data analysis, both from a programmatic and engineering viewpoint. The set of programmes includes Drop Your Thesis, Spin Your Thesis, Fly Your Thesis, Spin Your Thesis Human and Orbit Your Thesis. Occasional support for other ESA Academy activities, including deliverydevelopment of training courses may also be required. Specific Tasks will include ensuring the proper coordination of the programmes ESA Academys handson space projects throughout all phases of their lifecycle from the call for proposals, the development phase, up to and including launch, mission operations, and postflight activities including Support the preparation and the publication of the Call for Proposals for the student projects, the review and the evaluation of the proposals, and the projects selection process. Liaise with the partners andor with the organisations which are involved in the conduct of the student handson project universities, space agencies, industries, or other associations, and ESA colleagues. Liaise with the student teams involved in the ESA Academys handson space projects, to ensure they receive the due financial or logistics support. Coordinate the technical supervision of the student projects with the support of professional specialists from ESA and the other partners, as available, to ensure compliance to requirements, applicable standards, and good space engineering practice. Supervise the preparation and conduct of project meetings, project reviews, test campaigns, and of workshops or conferences. Assist Young Graduate Trainees assigned to the programmes in subject. Specific Qualification requirements University engineering degree MSc in Space Systems Engineering and at least 4 years of relevant experience. Well organised, shall be able to show good spirit of initiative, and shall own good skills and experience in the management of space projects shall have good skills to coordinate effectively work contributions from several different parties, and shall possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders ESA, the involved international partners, industry, academia and students. Knowledge of the university student programmes conducted by ESAs Education Office is an asset. Have excellent communication skills. Proficient in the English Language Spoken and Written. Legal and Security Requirements All applicants must be legally allowed to work in The Netherlands Applicants are required to provide a copy of their passport and degree certificate. Aurora will validate the Degree with the issuing University and provide evidence to ESA. Prior to issuing a letter of employment the applicant shall provide to Aurora a recent official document declaring that they are of good conduct from the country where currently resident. Location The work will be performed at the European Space Technology and Research Centre ESTEC at Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Contract The selected candidate will receive good remuneration in line with ESA Job Class. Will be registered for both social security and tax in the Netherlands. The standard working hours are 40 per week. There are 12 public holidays and an additional 30 annual days holiday. Training to improve efficiency and provide strength for future career are of course included. Aurora assist with relocation both with support and financially. Aurora contributes to a company pension scheme. To be considered for this Position Prior to 27 April 2021, please apply via our Job Application form quoting ECODG79 RTCDGPET00079 as reference. Aurora will agree conditional employment terms and conditions with candidates before presenting them by 29 April 2021, 13.00 hours.

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Optics Engineer mfd

2021-04-01 10:12:44| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

For permanent employment the Optical Systems department at OHB System AG in Oberpfaffenhofen is looking for a Optics Engineer mfd. Under the guidance of experienced optical lead engineers and technical managers, you shall be involved in the design, analysis, realization and verification of optical systems for present and future European and global space projects. In your role, you shall closely cooperate with other technical disciplines structural, thermal, mechanical, AIT, systems engineering. Further, you shall be responsible for the technical interface to technical managers, customers and subcontractors for the relevant project. You will experience thrilling working conditions and a professional environment in commercial New Space programs and in classical institutional space programs of ESA and DLR. Your Tasks Design, analysis, tolerancing and simulation of optical systems optical and optomechanical systems, subsystems, equipment and OGSE from early concept phases up to detailed design Definition of technical specifications and requirements for optical systems, subsystems and equipment Definition of optical verification strategies Support on system level and perform on subsystem level the optomechanical integration, alignment, characterization and test activities in clean rooms, as well as bread boarding in the optics lab Presentation of the results of your work in internal and external meetings with the customers Definition and conduction of trade studies to support optical design decisions, support in the generation of proposals and planning for future projects Establish and maintain the technical documentation related to the optical and optomechanical tasks Support in the further development of optical design processes and tools, as well as core competences and enabling technologies Technical interface to supplier and subcontractors to guide and monitor their development activities Your Qualifications University degree or equivalent qualification in optics, physics, engineering or related technical discipline Knowledge in the development of space optical instruments, especially in the field of telescopes, spectrometers and interferometers within an industrial environment Ability to work in a multidisciplinary, multicultural and multilanguage team Ability to work simultaneously in different projects Ability to quickly establish rapport, build trust, and develop working relationships with other team members, customers and vendors Organized and structured attitude and processoriented thinking High degree of motivation and personal identification with the respective task and project Excellent English skills, both written and verbal Experience with optical design software e.g. ZEMAX, Code V, ASAP Knowledge of MATLAB and Python Optional Skills Experience in spaceflight industry, preferably with ESA or DLR projects Advanced programming skills Experience of working in clean room environment from ISO5 to ISO 8

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Space Situational Awareness SSA Analyst

2021-03-31 16:12:45| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Astroscale is seeking to employ a motivated SSA Analyst at our facility based in Harwell, UK. This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic and rapidly growing company seeking to make a positive contribution to the growing problem of orbital debris that endangers mankinds continued use of space as an asset. This role will allow the right candidate to shape solutions for our missions. Whilst the candidate will primarily work in the UK, they may interact with Astroscales Japan and US Offices, and may expect to be required to travel abroad as needed in support of Astroscale projects and operations. Responsibilities Contribute to the advancement of Astroscales understanding, requirements and future mission solutions in the field of Space Situational Awareness. Develop capabilities to understand and quantify the impact of space debris on spacecraft and spacecraft activities in orbit. Perform detailed analysis of the orbital environment in support of Astroscales business goals, with particular focus on the evolution and impact of the small debris population. Support the development of SSA data analytics, including data acquisition, archiving, processing and trend analysis, and explore the use of this information to refine Astroscales SSA needs. Provide technical support for SSA proposals. Develop relationships with relevant subject matter experts in the field of SSA and space debris monitoring and modelling. Participate in technical meetings, both in the UK and abroad, with academic collaborators, industry and government agencies. Essential Skills Degree level knowledge of an engineering, scientific or mathematical discipline, or equivalent science basedengineering experience Demonstrable programming skills in a highlevel language e.g. CC, Java, Fortran, Python, Matlab or equivalent language. Knowledge of the Linux environment. Evidence of solving real world problems through simulation and visualisation. Experience using existing scientificengineering software, including problem construction and results analysis. Basic knowledge of orbital mechanics, mission analysis or SSA. Experience of working in a team in a close and cooperative manner, as well as able to work individually in a selfmotivated, proactive manner. Ability to manage and take responsibility for delivery of own work, within agreed project budgets and schedules Desirable skills An advanced university degree at PhD level or equivalent an engineering, scientific or mathematical discipline, ideally in the field of launch vehicles, spacecraft, mission analysis or astrodynamics related topics. Knowledge of statistics, probability theory and relevant numerical methods, including interpolation, integration, regression, rootfinding, optimisation, linear algebra and MonteCarlo methods. Detailed knowledge of space debris, astrodynamics, spacecraft and SSA systems. Location Astroscale UK Harwell About Astroscale Astroscale is the first private company with a vision to secure the safe and sustainable development of space for the benefit of future generations, and the only company solely dedicated to onorbit servicing across all orbits. Founded in 2013, Astroscale is developing innovative and scalable solutions across the spectrum of onorbit servicing missions, including life extension, insitu space situational awareness, endoflife services, and active debris removal, to create sustainable space systems and mitigate the growing and hazardous buildup of debris in space. Astroscale is also defining business cases and working with government and commercial stakeholders to develop norms, regulations, and incentives for the responsible use of space. Headquartered in Japan, Astroscale has an international presence with subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, the United States, Israel, and Singapore. Astroscale is a rapidly expanding venture company, working to advance safe and stable growth in space and solve a growing environmental concern. End of Life Services by Astroscaledemonstration ELSAd, the companys first onorbit demonstration of debris capture and removal, launched on the 22nd of March 2021.

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Systems Engineer

2021-03-31 16:12:45| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Astroscale is seeking to employ an experienced and motivated Systems Engineer at our facility based in Harwell, UK. This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic and rapidly growing company seeking to make a positive contribution to the growing problem of orbital debris that endangers mankinds continued use of space as an asset. This role will allow the right candidate to shape solutions for our missions. Whilst the candidate will primarily work in the UK, they will interact extensively with a larger team in Astroscales Japan Office and may be required to travel to Tokyo as needed in support of Astroscale projects and operations. Responsibilities Development of spacecraft mission and system design including requirements derivation and CONOPS definition. Performing mission analysis and modelling of spacecraft missions. Tradeoff and control platform systems budgets e.g. mass, power, data, fuel. Production of missionlevel test and verification plans. Production of missionlevel FMECA, FTA and FDIR. Performing rapid feasibility studies into different scenarios and architectures. Assisting with bid work, providing technical solutions and documentation. Maintaining configuration control of systems work and documentation Working with and guiding a multidisciplined team in the delivery of projects. Essential Skills Diploma bachelor or masters degree in systems engineering, electrical engineering or other relevant discipline. 3 years of commercial experience in a Systems Engineering role for satellites. Knowledge of the systems and project engineering lifecycle from requirements definition through to verification, including experience of leading or planning for project review gates in satellite engineering e.g. SRR, PDR, CDR, etc. Experience in mission and systems architecture definition and CONOPS, especially understanding of both space and ground segment interaction. Good knowledge of a range of subsystems engineering teams including GNC AOCS, ADCS, astrodynamics, CDH OBDH, EPS, RCS propulsion, COM communications, software, ground segment operations. Experience in the development of systems engineering documentation working with a Project Manager as needed requirements, CONOPS, review gate materials, test and verification plans procedures, DDVP, ICDs, equipment lists, FMECA FTAs Awareness of the AIT process manufacture, assembly, functional and environmental testing. A basic knowledge in the following areas debris removal, endoflife, inorbit maintenance or servicing. Desired Skills 5 years of commercial experience in a Systems Engineering role for satellites. An understanding of, or experience in other project matters project management, procurement, bid support, manufacturing. Knowledge of commonly used engineering and modelling packages e.g. ModelSim, Matlab, STK andor coding and scripting languages e.g. Python applied to real world engineering applications. Knowledge of the area around debris removal including licensing, export, regulation, space law. Knowledge of past missions of relevance RemoveDebris, CleanSpace ESA projects e.g. e.DeOrbit, DEOS, ATV, ETS7 Whilst the working language across all Astroscale divisions is English, proficiency in spoken andor written Japanese would be considered an asset. Location Astroscale UK Harwell, with occasional travelling to Astroscale Japan Tokyo About Astroscale Astroscale is the first private company with a vision to secure the safe and sustainable development of space for the benefit of future generations, and the only company solely dedicated to onorbit servicing across all orbits. Founded in 2013, Astroscale is developing innovative and scalable solutions across the spectrum of onorbit servicing missions, including life extension, insitu space situational awareness, endoflife services, and active debris removal, to create sustainable space systems and mitigate the growing and hazardous buildup of debris in space. Astroscale is also defining business cases and working with government and commercial stakeholders to develop norms, regulations, and incentives for the responsible use of space. Headquartered in Japan, Astroscale has an international presence with subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, the United States, Israel, and Singapore. Astroscale is a rapidly expanding venture company, working to advance safe and stable growth in space and solve a growing environmental concern. End of Life Services by Astroscaledemonstration ELSAd, the companys first onorbit demonstration of debris capture and removal, launched in March 2021.

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