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Communications Expert Support Services for Human and Robotic Exploration

2018-12-04 11:31:29| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Communications Expert Support Services for Human and Robotic Exploration at EAC Deadline 5012019 Client and Location For one of our main customers ESAEAC, we are currently looking for a Communications Expert Support Services for Human and Robotic Exploration at EAC in Cologne Germany. Tasks and Responsibilities 1. Support, preparation and implementation of communication campaigns for human and robotic exploration missions in cooperation with Country Desks, Media Relations and the Newsroom 2. Support and implement Human Exploration Mission PR campaigns 3. Support the execution of media and institutional partnerships related to ESA astronauts 4. Implement editorial work related to the respective campaigns and other exploration activities 5. Planning and execution of ESAEAC participation in international events and exhibitions, its activities as well as Human and Robotic exploration in general 6. Support media relations and according activities and events at EAC 7. Support the implementation of a new internal communication strategy 8. Support the implementation of a broader communication of EACs current and future activities such as Spaceship EAC or LUNA analogue facility project 9. Administrate and coordinate ESA Astronauts Public Appearances in accordance with the HREO Policy on Astronaut Appearance 10. Coordinatesupport European media, ESA partners and delegations for visitsfilminginterviews at EAC and its partner institutions JSCGCTC 11. With regard to 10. Manage the PAROS ESA astronaut Public Appearance Request Organisation System and its evolution 12. Coordinate and maintain documents related to EAC PR communications policy, operations and procedures Newsroom Site Communication 13. General coordination and participation in boards and meetings 14. Maintain the stock of PR material such as documentation, photographs and videos on EAC and its activities including astronauts. Experience and education A degree at Masters or Bachelor Level, an equivalent degree or equivalent professional expertise 5 to 10 years, preferably in the field of Science Communication, public or media relations Experience with event management and the organisation of news conferences Excellent business fluent written and spoken English The following skills shall be considered an asset Business fluent written and spoken Italian A good working knowledge of French and basic knowledge of German is desirable A strong background in science tech communication and organisational and administrative aspects, preferably with knowledge of the space sector. About ATG Europe Today, ATG is recognized as a leading provider of specialized engineering, scientific and technical services to the European Aerospace, High Tech and Offshore industry. Our headquarters is located in Noordwijk, The Netherlands and we have subsidiaries in Germany and the UK. ATG People is the key player in delivering highly educated personnel for RD environments throughout Europe. We are continually recruiting experienced Engineers for exciting, full time positions based at our customers. As an ATG Engineer, you will be working on very diverse missions and assignments. This opens up unique opportunities to be engaged in innovative projects and challenging you to perform to high standards and utilizing the full extent of your professional knowledge. We need you to complement our super star team! Interested? Submit your CV and personal details through our website or send your application directly to recruitmentatgeurope.com. We encourage you to submit your CV in the Europass format.

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Internal Research Fellow PostDoc Socioeconomic Benefits of Space Exploration

2018-11-28 13:30:51| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Research Fellowship Opportunity in the Directorate of Human Robotic Exploration Programmes. ESA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to achieving diversity within the workforce and creating an inclusive working environment. Applications from women are encouraged. Post Internal Research Fellow PostDoc Socioeconomic Benefits of Space Exploration This post is classified F2. Location ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Our team and mission The Research Fellow will be based in the Strategy and Innovation Team, Directorate of Human and Robotic Exploration Programmes, at ESAESTEC httpwww.esa.intAboutUsESTEC . The Team supports the development, evolution and implementation of ESAs exploration strategy and manages the benefits from ESAs space exploration activities. This includes supporting international activities, including the international Space Exploration Coordination Group ISECG, and the development of new partnerships and governance schemes. The Team also works to implement new innovation partnerships with commercial space and nonspace sectors for activities related to exploration of the Moon, Mars and low Earth orbit, while seeking to increase commercial and industrial utilization of the International Space Station. The Team leads a number of activities to prepare future exploration missions and technologies, working closely with the space science community. These include technology developments and mission studies, coordinated at international level and leveraging commercial partnerships. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the ESA website www.esa.int Fields of activitiesresearch The research to be performed by the post holder should contribute to a systematic approach for defining, delivering and monitoring expected benefits from space exploration to the broader society. These benefits address the scientific, economic, political and public dimension of space exploration. Aspects to be considered could include benefit mapping logic chain, business change approach taxonomy of measures for exploration benefits reference class database of exploration activities for evidence based benefits forecasting quantification of the economic impact of space exploration GDP impact, employment, enabled revenues, qualitative or semiquantitative assessments of the benefits of the technological, strategic, inspirational, scientific and international dimensions of space exploration exploration activities contributing to addressing global challengesthe UN Sustainable Development Goals appraisal of change initiatives and portfolio prioritisation costbenefit, real options analysis, costeffectiveness, multicriteria analysis summative and formative evaluation methodologies of impact of space exploration and benefits ex post benefit assessment. Outputs of the research will provide guidance and methodological foundation to the European Exploration Envelope Programme Benefit Management practices, aligned with the strategic planning and reporting activities. The Research Fellow will also ensure that the work carried out is coordinated with related initiatives in other ESA directorates, including ESAs catalogue of activities supporting UN Sustainable Development Goals, and ESAs Space Economy InterDirectorate Working Group. The post holder is expected to be actively engaged with academic scholarship, with a view to disseminate research outputs to the larger academic community and to identify opportunities for engagement and partnership in this and related research activities and growing the ESA network with universities and academia in this field. Technical competencies Knowledge relevant to the field of research Researchpublication record Ability to conduct research autonomously Breadth of exposure coming from past andor current researchactivities General interest in space and space research Ability to gather and share relevant information Behavioural competencies Innovation Creativity Continuous Learning Communication Relationship Management Self Motivation Problem Solving CrossCultural Sensitivity Education Applicants should have recently completed, or be close to completion of a PhD in economics, business administration, benefits management or a related field that is relevant for the above fields of activity. Preference will be given to applications submitted by candidates within five years of receiving their PhD. Additional requirements Applicants should have research experience in the proposed area of this position, or be able to indicate parallels between previous research experience and this positions focus. Applicants are required have strong analytical, problemsolving and communication skills and must be able to work in a multicultural environment and in an autonomous manner. The candidate should be proficient in the use of MS Office packages and have experience in working with researchrelevant software tools e.g. modeling software, statisticalmathematical packages, etc. The working languages of the Agency are English and French. A good knowledge of one of these is required. Knowledge of another Member State language would be an asset. Specificities For this Research Fellow opportunity, interviews will include a presentation of the proposed research and may include meetings with the ESA team, discussions about the proposed research. Other information For behavioural competencies expected from ESA staff in general, please refer to the ESA Competency Framework. The Agency may require applicants to undergo selection tests. The closing date for applications is 26 December 2018. In addition to your CV and your motivation letter, please add your proposal of no more than 5 pages outlining your proposed research in the additional documents field of the application information section. Candidates are asked to arrange for 3 reference letters, to be sent by the referees themselves, before the closing date to temp.htresa.int. Please ensure your name is mentioned in the subject of the email. If you require support with your application due to a disability, please email contact.human.resourcesesa.int. Please note that applications are only considered from nationals of one of the following States Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Nationals from Slovenia, as an Associate Member, or Canada as a Cooperating State, can apply as well as those from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia as European Cooperating States ECS. Priority will first be given to candidates from underrepresented Member States. In accordance with the European Space Agencys security procedures and as part of the selection process, successful candidates will be required to undergo basic screening before appointment Apply HERE

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System Engineering for Exploration Scenario

2018-07-13 13:26:12| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Specific Tasks The post holder will support the lead system engineering function for the Phase AB1 Study of the ESPRIT element of the exploration LOPG Lunar Outpost Platform Gateway, and its continuation. ESPRIT is the European System Providing Refuelling, Infrastructure and Telecommunication and includes a science airlock. In his support role to the system engineering function specific duties include definition of the ESPRIT functional and design requirements. technical definition of the ESPRIT design baseline until successful System Requirements Review SRR and identification of activities needed to proceed toward Preliminary Design Review PDR with focus on specific subsystems identification and followup of predevelopment tasks for ESPRIT as agreed with the Study Contractors architecture definition of the LOPGGateway in coordination with NASA, CSA, JAXA, RSA and possible future commercial enterprisesUS industries development of interfaces with external parties, mainly other Space Agencies NASA, JAXA, CSA, who may be providing equipment for the ESPRIT preparation of the ESPRIT ITT for Phase B2CDE1 Supporting the HREXSR and XS teams for other tasks, as required. Requirements Applicants for this post should have a Masters degree or equivalent qualification in physics or engineering. A knowledge of system engineering aspects is also essential. Experience with operations, hardware and or software development will be an asset. The post requires candidates to be systemminded and to have a resultoriented approach. They should have the ability to work in a highly complex project environment. They should possess good communications skills and the capability of coordinating activities with groups spread across different sites.

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Space System Engineer for Exploration ESTEC, Ref no 1816903

2018-07-12 12:29:36| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Space System Engineer for Exploration ESTEC, Ref no 1816903 Terma The hightech and innovative Terma Group develops products and systems for defence, nondefence and security applications, including command and control systems, radar systems, selfprotection systems for aircraft and vessels, space technology, and aerostructures for the aircraft industry. Terma is headquartered at Aarhus, Denmark. Internationally, Terma has subsidiaries and operations in The Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, India, Singapore and the U.S. The Space Business Area contributes with missioncustomized software and hardware products including power systems and star trackers as well as services to support a number of inorbit pioneering European scientific and Earth observation satellite missions. Additionally, Terma is contracted for the development and delivery of software and hardware systems and services for numerous ongoing and future European, and international missions. Terma Space operates out of Denmark, The Netherlands, France, Germany, and the UK. Job description For our customer, the European Space Agency ESA, we are seeking to recruit an experienced Space System Engineer to work at ESAs ESTEC establishment in Noordwijk, in the Netherlands. Responsibilities You will be assigned to Robotics and Future Projects Team within the Directorate of Human Spaceflight and Robotic Exploration DHRE. You will support the lead system engineering function for the Phase AB1 Study of the ESPRIT element of the human exploration mission LOPG Lunar Outpost Platform Gateway, and its continuation. ESPRIT is the European System Providing Refuelling, Infrastructure and Telecommunication and includes a science airlock. These will be conducted in the postISS scenario for utilisation of Low Earth Orbit and European contributions to human exploration missions beyond Low Earth orbit. In this support role to the system engineering function specific duties include Definition of the ESPRIT functional and design requirements. Technical definition of the ESPRIT design baseline until successful System Requirements Review SRR and identification of activities needed to proceed toward Preliminary Design Review PDR with focus on specific subsystems Identification and followup of predevelopment tasks for ESPRIT as agreed with the industrial Study Contractors. Architecture definition of the LOPGGateway in coordination with NASA, CSA, JAXA, RSA and possible future commercial enterprisesUS industries e.g. SpaceX. Development of interfaces with external parties, mainly other Space Agencies NASA, JAXA, CSA, who may be providing equipment for the ESPRIT Preparation of the ESPRIT Invitation To Tender ITT for Phase B2CDE1. Supporting the Future Projects Team for other tasks, as required. The requested start of work is 1st September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. Qualifications Competencies Applicants shall have a Masters degree, or equivalent, in Physics, Aerospace Engineering, or Space Systems Engineering. Essential skills are With at least 4 years experience in space systems development, you will be systemminded and have a resultoriented approach. Prior experience with system requirements definition. Knowledge of system engineering aspects is essential. Additional assets are Experience of spacecraft operations, hardware andor software development will be an asset. Prior experience with human spaceflight projects, ESA, and other international agencies will be an asset. Familiarity with the applicable space standards ECSS. Familiarity with industrial procurement processes e.g. SoW production. Required soft skills Fluency in English, both in speech and writing, with excellent communication, reporting and presentation skills. An ability to work in a highly complex project environment. Have good communications skills and the capability of coordinating activities with groups spread across different sites. What can Terma Offer? At Terma, we consider skilled employees, enthusiasm and job satisfaction as the very foundation of our success and as a prerequisite for the development of the bestinclass solutions that Terma provides. We lead the way in applying new technology, offering a wide range of growth opportunities for each individual and emphasizing mutual respect across the board in our workplace. Terma offers you a pleasant working environment at the customer site, where you will be able to take on challenging tasks and responsibilities in a highly professional company. Great opportunities for training and personal development Challenges in advanced technical environment International and cosmopolitan working atmosphere An employment contract with an attractive package with extralegal benefits Highly competitive salary Support on relocation if applicable Recruitment is depending on successful selection by the customer. Additional information To ensure that your application will reach us and is properly processed please apply through the Apply link below. Include an uptodate Curriculum Vitae and a Cover Letter highlighting your background and expertise as well as earliest date of availability. For further information, please contact Mr. Simon Mills by telephone 31 6 2326 2398 or by email recruitment.nlterma.com. Closing date July 27th 2018 Please note the following Legal Security requirements Applicants must hold all appropriate permits to work in the EU. Applicants are required to provide a copy of their IDpassport and degreehigher education certificate. Terma will validate the certificate with the issuing authority. A Certificate of Good Conduct or equivalent will be applied for at commencement of employment.

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System Engineering for Exploration Scena

2018-07-09 18:29:14| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

The candidate we are looking for will be supporting the lead system engineering function for the Phase AB1 Study of the ESPRIT element of the exploration LOPG Lunar Outpost Platform Gateway, and its continuation, and will perform the following activities Definition of the ESPRIT functional and design requirements. Technical definition of the ESPRIT design baseline until successful System Requirements Review SRR and identification of activities needed to proceed toward Preliminary Design Review PDR with focus on specific subsystems Identification and followup of predevelopment tasks for ESPRIT as agreed with the Study Contractors Architecture definition of the LOPGGateway in coordination with NASA, CSA, JAXA, RSA and possible future commercial enterprisesUS industries Development of interfaces with external parties, mainly other Space Agencies NASA, JAXA, CSA, who may be providing equipment for the ESPRIT Preparation of the ESPRIT ITT for Phase B2CDE1 Supporting the HREXSR and XS teams for other tasks, as required. The ideal candidate shall have Masters degree or equivalent qualification in physics or engineering Knowledge of system engineering aspects is also essential Experience with operations, hardware and or software development will be an asset Resultoriented approach Proficiency in English 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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