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2x Software Test Engineer for ATC systems mwd

2020-02-14 16:14:03| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

We are the first choice European aerospace company for software centric engineering solutions. We combine 40 years of experience in a market, where trust and quality are needed. With more than 350 employees in Germany, we shape the future of aerospace and beyond together. Our staff plays a key role for our success through their qualifications, motivation, enthusiasm, different cultural backgrounds and their sense of collaboration in an open international environment living our values trust, integrity, participation and curiosity. We are committed to crafting a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We offer a wealth of benefits to support a healthy work life balance, including but not limited to flexible working hours, mobile working and encouraging career development. The positions We are looking for software test engineers to support various Air Traffic Control ATC projects being deployed by our customer, Deutsche Flugsicherung DFS. The positions are based onsite in Langen Frankfurt am Main. You will be working in a team which comprises developers and testers, and will take part in the full software development lifecycle. Good coordination is necessary to ensure an appropriate level of test coverage. It is fulltime and permanent and expected starting date will be around March 2020. We are looking forward to meeting you! QualificationsExperience A university degree in aerospace, informatics, mathematics, physics or similar Experience in crafting test procedures experience in generating acceptance criteria for software requirements executing formal tests according to defined procedures Essential Skills we expect you to bring knowledge of the scripting languages bash, sh confident working with Linux is a prerequisite experience with the version control systems git further experience with either subversion or ClearCase Project makes use of the ticketing system Jira Atlassian good command of the English and German languages level B2 Requirements management with Rational DOORS Desirable Skills some knowledge of air traffic systems would be Helpful, an asset. ITSQB certification as a tester a bonus! Test automation using Jenkins would be seen positively The document preparation system LaTeX Do you have knowledge of OWASP then let us know! Your Benefits of joining us Worklife balance Flexible working hours, home office, sabbatical time off for travelling around the world, extended parental leave, further education, etc., option to work part time Financial benefits Company pension plan, net wage optimisation programme including IT bicycle leasing, discounted annual ticket for public transport, employer loans, etc. Employee recommendation scheme We are grateful when our employees support us in finding new recruits. You will receive a bonus of 1,500 EUR to 3,000 EUR per successful recommendation Relocation support We offer our newcomers a relocation lump sum and support you in finding a suitable new home as well as in finding a school or nursery for your children and much more. Should need be, this can even include support in the search for a job for your partner. Career development For us, further education and training are an essential part of people management, because this is the only way we can achieve our goal, namely a longterm and successful work relationship with you. Would you like to change your professional focus and work on other projects or change geographically? We will support you here as well. 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 Raphael Rossato.

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Flight dynamics engineer

2020-02-14 16:14:03| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

WHO ARE WE? GMV INSYEN is a German company, being part of GMV, a global technology group in Space, Defense, ICT and Intelligent Transport Systems employing 2300 staff. Our activities in Germany are related to hightech aerospace projects, space operations, ground systems, mission analysis, navigation and flight dynamics. GMV INSYEN also specializes in software and hardware systems for simulation, emulation, 3D visualization and operations support. We are headquartered in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich and have offices in Darmstadt. At GMV INSYEN you will find a unique work environment that requires talent, imagination and personal effort. We are an international team bound together by the passion for challenge, innovation, technology and customer service. This allows us to offer the right response, unique and always trustworthy. Having the best professionals on board is the true source of our competitive advantage. We recruit excellent engineers and encourage innovation, technical excellence and continuing education. We provide competitive compensation, attractive benefits and plenty of opportunities for professional growth. JOB DESCRIPTION Responsibilities Duties Tasks GMV is a top supplier of flight dynamics solutions and helps ESA in Darmstadt ESOC operate their unique fleet of Science and Earth Observation satellites. Join a wonderful and successful company and come fly the most spectacular satellites made in Europe! TASKS Typical tasks will include Determine satellite orbit and attitude Determine satellite target trajectory Generate commands for the satellite AOCS Independently test and validate the above! Develop and maintain ESA inhouse flight dynamics software tools Qualifications University degree in aerospace engineering, mathematics or physics Required knowledge Fluent in English Classical mechanics, including kinematics and dynamics of point masses, dynamics of rigid bodies, dynamics expressed in noninertial reference frames, e.g. including dynamics in rotating frames, rotation dynamics expressed in body fixed frame, conservation laws in mechanics, gravitational forces and field, orbit dynamics, keplerian orbits and Kepler laws. Solving problems via analytical mechanics methods e.g. lagrangian formulation Linear algebra, in particular different representations of rotation in 3D, thus including the representation of SC attitude cosine direction matrix, Euler symmetric parametersquaternions, Eulerangles... Calculus in one or several variables. Numerical methods for equations solving, integration of differential equations, function approximation and interpolation, optimisation, linear algebra problems. Software programming in C or Python UnixLinux scripting Desirable Knowledge WHAT DO WE OFFER? As soon as they join the organization our professionals are given the chance to tackle technological challenges in an innovative environment, to work in multidisciplinary teams and deal directly with clients. This helps them to mature quickly as professionals. We provide continual topup training to keep our career professionals perfectly abreast of all technologies used. If you would like to work in an interesting, fun, fastpaced, challenging, diverse and global company which is growing rapidly, please send us your resume to jobsgmv.com For more information about GMV INSYEN, please visit our website at www.gmv.com and our positions at www.gmv.comenEmploymentVacancies

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FPGA Engineer

2020-02-14 12:13:50| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

GMV www.gmv.com is a privatelyowned technological enterprise group with an international presence employing more than 1,700 staff. Founded in 1984, GMV mainly operates for both public and private organizations in eight large sectors Aeronautics, Space, Defense, Health, Security, Transportation, Telecommunications and Information Technologies. GMV currently runs work centers in Spain, Portugal, UK, France, USA, Germany, Poland, Romania, Malaysia. JOB DESCRIPTION GMV is looking for a highly motivated FPGA Engineer who will join the Avionics and OnBoard Software division in the Space Segment and Robotics business unit to develop new technologies for space satellites and space exploration missions. The group implements and develops algorithms to be programmed in space processors devoted for HW acceleration of critical highperformance subsystems in the space assets embedded avionics including prototypes of new processing architectures and for potential future products. The projects are resultsdriven, including also researching activities in new fields like artificial intelligence in FPGA, VPUs or DSP platforms. As an FPGA Engineer in our team you will be responsible for FPGA code or firmware implementation VHDL in FPGAbased HW TRL design, simulation and verification Software hardware codesign, partitioning and cosimulation Hardwaresoftware implementation, documentation, verificationvalidation and certification of embedded systems for satellites and spacecrafts mainly based on FPGA and or FPGA microprocessor TimingPerformance optimizations of FPGA designs Interfaces definition, communications and packet processing architectures Tradeoff analysis of devices and algorithms including area, speed, power, volume, mass and cost estimation Participation in the definition of digital architectures, requirements, algorithms, interfaces and designs for operational or simulated space hardwaresoftware systems. Provides technical support for VHDL implementations and assists in selection of the more adequated FPGA andor microprocessor platforms in line with the implementation. Tailoring and deployment of processes, tools and metrics. Defining technical approaches and development plans For this job to be yours, you shall have Min 3 yrs. of experience in VHDL development for FPGA Knowledge about Digital Signal Processing and Xilinx Vivado or Xilinx ISE CC coding skills The ability to adapt to a variety of tasks covering aspects of multiple disciplines embedded flight hardwaresoftware, simulation environments, algorithms, fast links, image processing and telemetry systems Good communication skills, both in Romanian and English Ability to actively collaborate with remote team members Willingness to learn, to share knowledge with others and to act as a team player Nice to have Image Processing Linux and programming of drivers RealTime operating systems SystemonChip, embedded CPU and bus architectures PCB and Hardware design What do we offer in return? The opportunity to join a pioneering team of the Romanian Space Industry The possibility to work in an international team, with innovative projects Professional Career Development in the country and abroad. We help you directing your career, starting from a technical base, passing through the team and project management, the technical expertise or the commercial area, keeping contact with our clients. Its up to you! Access to the companys training program. You can acquire and sharpen your knowledge in the technologies we use, as well as your language skills. Possibility to participate in team activities and sports competitions with us. Flexible workinghours, private medical insurance, meal card, good coffee, fresh fruits, nice colleagues and an office with an astonishing view If you would like to work in an interesting, fun, fastpaced, challenging, diverse and global company which is growing rapidly, please send us your resume to rbusuiocgmv.com For more information about GMV, please visit our website at www.gmv.com and our positions at www.gmv.comenEmploymentVacancies

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Space Debris Engineer

2020-02-14 10:14:03| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Deadline to apply 23rd March 2020 With 1.800 employees worldwide, the CS Group is a leading IT company in France and in Germany, and a prime contractor in designing, integrating and operating mission critical systems. It has now been over 30 years that comprehensive CS solutions for space systems and applications, both on the ground and in space, have been part and parcel of this odyssey. Our German activities grow at fast pace and to face our costumers high level expectations and needs, we are looking for talented profiles having relevant experience in Space systems. We are looking for a Space Debris Engineer Profile Mandatory skills Relevant university degree in the field of either astronomy, mathematics, engineering, or physics Skills to apply knowledge to develop solutions to technical mathematical and dynamical problems in cooperation with customers and other experts Ability to define, implement, validate and operate software which applies the above solutions using at least Linux scripting languages, Fortran, C, Python Good communication and presentation skills Fluency in English, both in speech and writing Ability to coordinate and interact with other service providers in associated fields as well as internal and external customers of services provided by the Space Debris Office Ability to work independently, but communicate effectively and efficiently within a larger team Desirable skills ESOC environment Familiarexperienced with Space Debris tasks Experience in dealing with external interfaces Experience with Linux, network services and protocols, and system administration Ability to multitask efficiently working on multiple activities multiple missions simultaneously. Tasks Responsibilities Support mission customers for the compliance verification analysis task Contribute to mission milestone reviews for compliance aspects w.r.t. mitigation guidelines Perform, in support of missions, runs with DRAMA, Scarab and Snapshot and document the results Followup external research, as well as internal Research Fellow and OSIP activities and planadapt internal work accordingly Support CDF sessions Support the definition of the studies for TDE, GSTP and other ESA programs in the area of space debris. Provide Training on OPSSD software and processes to internal and external trainees also in training sessions not organised by ESA Routine operation of ESAs conjunction event prediction system for internal and external customers apart from Copernicus missions Detailed analysis and consultancy in the case of a highrisk conjunction event in liaison with the Flight Control Teams, external customers and Flight Dynamics Contributions to the Maintenance, evolution and upgrade of ESAs conjunction event prediction system and documentation including procedures Contributions to LEOPs where expertise on space debris is required Contributions to the development of the Consolidated Astrodynamics Platform, Debris Mitigation Facility, and applications based on them Contributions to the evolution and upgrade of ESAs DISCOS database system and systems based thereon Contribute the ESAs reentry forecasting process Standby for project support in the areas of the Space Safety Programme Support to the interfacing with external entities, such as CSpOC for the analysis of conjunction events Participate to the offices regular monthly infrastructure coordination meetings Participate to the offices regular routine meetings Present and promote ESA achievements recent research and work performed at the Space Debris Office at international conferences once per year, and support related public relation or outreach activities Support the organisation of conferences and workshops, and run space debris office demonstration towards VIP tours in the space debris facility Provision of technical expertise to the ESA Technical Responsible in responding to TV, broadcast and newspaper interview requests on space debris

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Spacecraft Operations Engineer

2020-02-13 15:14:21| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

DLR GfR mbH is a company providing reliable, safe and secure aerospace services. We operate and manage the constellation of Galileo satellites in the Galileo Control Center Oberpfaffenhofen on behalf of the European Commission. Our company headquarters is located in an area widely known as a holiday destination the fivelakes region in Upper Bavaria near Munich. At the space industry location in Oberpfaffenhofen, our around 170 employees work every day in international and interdisciplinary teams on the navigation for the future. Become a part of us! Inside of the Operations Department we offer the following career option Spacecraft Operations Engineer Your Mission As a core team member of the Galileo Service Operator GSOp, DLR GfR mbH operates and manages the constellation of Galileo satellites from the Galileo Control Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany GCCD. As a Spacecraft Operations Engineer you will be responsible for the performance of tasks in the Galileo shift operation team and will assume the following duties Implementation of tasks in Galileo operations Planning and implementation of test procedures Providing service in compliance with Key Performance Indicators Performance and trend analysis Error analysis and errorhandling procedures Analysis, development and production of operating procedures Production of training documents Support of the control center in Fucino, Italy Your Qualification Masters degree in engineering or equivalent preferred in aerospace engineering or equivalent Knowledge of satellite navigation Good level of spoken and written English Willingness to work in shifts Willigness to work oncall Advantage Experience in satellite operations Our Offer Collaboration in the European lighthouse project Galileo trusting and appreciative cooperation in an international environment international team spirit 30 days annual leave compatibility of career and family life e.g. through flexible working time models in the context of company requirements Extra benefits such as awo lifebalance a varied personnel development program individual career options for example through secondments to partner agencies enterprises abroad employerfinanced retirement plan attractive location with a high recreational value in the fivelakes region near Munich and much much more ...

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