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    Job Description
    TitleGround Segment System Engineer (m/w)
    Job codeGSSE-EUM
    Job posted on15/08/2016
    LocationDarmstadt
    CountryGermany
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 3months
    Job Description

    Vitrociset Belgium, a Vitrociset Group company, can claim almost 30 years of experience in the field of space operations & engineering activities, starting in 1982 with the European Space Agency.

    Today Vitrociset Belgium is the Corporate Group's "center of gravity" for the Space activities in central Europe.  

    With the headquarter located in Belgium and permanent offices presence close to ESA's centers ESOC (D), ESTEC (NL) and ESAC (SP), the company offers you major opportunities at its many sites abroad, an international environment and assignment to prestigious clients (ESA, CNES, EUMETSAT, ASTRIUM).

     

    Summary of the role:

    The Key person will carry out tasks which support activities related to three different phases in the life cycle of EUMETSAT systems. They will correspond to Phase B (Architectural and Preliminary Design), various stages of the Detailed Design –Phase C- of a given programme under definition and development (e.g. Jason-CS), and Phase D (Implementation and Validation), as support to Integration, Verification and Validation in the area of ground segment engineering and architecture.

    The ground segments of EUMETSAT programmes consist of TTC and Payload Data acquisition ground stations, mission management and control systems, data and product processing, monitoring and archiving, data dissemination facilities and the associated network fabric elements supporting data distribution and circulation

    Please send your application to Ms Roxana Sasu at: r.sasu@vitrocisetbelgium.com

    Key Responsibilities:

    The Key person will perform typical system engineering activities of the phase B, C and D in the lifecycle of a system, such as:
    · Requirements engineering - encompassing functional and performance analysis for justification and validation of requisites, requirement allocation, apportionment and refinement of performances, and maintenance of the requirements baseline;
    · Design – defining the conceptual build and configuration which results in a physical architecture, described by its complete functional, physical and software characteristics;
    · Technical analyses - which are performed for the purpose of resolving requirements conflicts, decomposing and allocating requirements, assessing system effectiveness and justification of the proposed conceptual and physical designs with consideration to the suitability of COTS and reuse of operational components developed in the context of EUMETSAT ground segments;
    · Technical tradeoffs - for assessing dependability, effectiveness, risks, efforts and planning;

    · Planning - for integration and verification, which final objective is to demonstrate that the deliverables conform to the specified requirements.

    More in detail per phase, the Key person shall carry out as a minimum the tasks identified hereafter.

    In support of Phase B:

    Support the refinement, management and maintenance of the GS system requirements in its Ground Segment Requirements Document, including analysis of the system level requirements, requirements tracing and justification;

    Support the refinement and maintenance of the ground segment functional, operational and data model; - Support the definition of the Ground Segment architecture addressing the overall design of the ground segment system and its physical elements, including the GS deployment views, and generation of the associated architectural design documentation;

     Perform analyses (architectural trade-offs, technical budgets, design to cost/effort and risk analyses) to ensure completeness and coherence of the design for all aspects related to system engineering, and contribute to the GS design justification and GS Technical Budgets documents;

    Support to the decomposition of the GS System into procurement/development elements, COTS and reusable components including allocation of requirements and functions from GS system level. Contribution to the element level requirements, especially requirements common to all elements and recommended technologies;

    Support the definition of GS external interfaces, and internal interfaces between the different GS elements, and their documentation in ICDs;

    Support the generation of IV&V related concepts and documents, including preliminary integration and verification plans and verification control documents (VCDs);

    Support the preparation of the documentation for the GS Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and the review itself, as part of the ground segment project team, i.e., providing answers to and supporting the resolution of issues raised.

     In support of Phase C:

    Support the completion of the detailed design of GS components, including analyses (architectural trade-offs, system technical budgets, risk analyses) to ensure completeness and coherence of the design for all aspects related to system engineering;

    Support the management and maintenance of the requirements baseline and definition of MME Services, on the basis of the capabilities needed by the Programme’s GS

    Support the closure of actions raised at the GS PDR and other check points which might be identified in the detailed design phase;

    Support the definition of requirements and interfaces for the components of the GS;

    Support to studies (internal or external) and the evaluation of their results, and related engineering proposals for the ground segment detailed design,

    Support to preparation of the ground segment system and constituent parts assembly, integration and verification detailed planning.

    In support of Phase D:

    Analyse deliverables for conformance to existing requirements and specified test procedures,

    Support the integration, verification, and validation (IV&V) of the Ground Segment elements into the overall Ground Segment system,

    Support following up all segment level development and testing activities and status, and participate in meetings and reviews as necessary.

    General:

    Support to the preparation of, and participation in, project reviews and other check points at system, ground segment system and element level.

    Support to the preparation and maintenance of schedule, resource allocations and work breakdown structures for the GS system engineering activities.

    In the performance of these tasks, the Key person shall comply with the applicable rules of the EUMETSAT Directory of Instructions (DI) and the EUMETSAT Management System (EMS) which include the Quality Assurance and Configuration Management processes, the applicable organisational and divisional management standards, and also with the relevant working practices and procedures as well as the organisational and divisional documentation management procedures. The set of applicable rules and working practice to be applied during the execution of the work will be made available at start of the duties in EUMETSAT.

    The tasks to be assigned to the Key person will be agreed through dedicated work-packages with clear identification of activities and outputs expected.

     

    Requirements:

    MANDATORY SKILLS:

    The Key person shall have a university degree (or equivalent) in the domain of engineering or science, together with at least 5 years of demonstrated experience in the following areas and disciplines:

    · Extensive experience in the specification, design (including functional analysis and modelling), implementation, integration, and verification of large and complex Earth Observation ground segments;
    · Experience in the preparation of ground segment requirements and design documentation;
    · Experience in management and traceability of complex requirements structure, and preferably experience with DOORS;
    · Experience in the use of modelling and design tools in support of architectural design activities (preferably CORE, or Enterprise Architect);
    · Detailed knowledge of at least 3 of the following and a good overview of the other systems and related technologies:

    (i) Near Real-Time Data Processing chains,

     (ii) Ground segment end-to-end monitoring system,

    (iii) Data Archive and Retrievals, (iv) Data Distribution,

    (v) IV&V.

     

     

     

    DESIRABLE (BUT NOT MANDATORY) ADDITIONAL SKILLS:

    The following experience would represent additional assets:
    · Experience in Networking and Communications and Ground Stations subsystems;
    · Experience in system engineering formal practices and processes, especially in the field of space systems engineering, including knowledge of ECSS standards and system life cycle processes;

    The Key person shall be able to fulfil the assigned tasks with a minimum of supervision, have a systematic approach to work, be able to plan his/her work and to cope with tight schedules and multiple tasks. He/she shall have the capability to write accurate and consistent technical documentation.

    Good communication skills (verbal and written) are important. He/she shall be willing to work in a team of engineers and in cooperation with industry and partner agencies. Fluency in English is required. The variety of the tasks and the scope of the systems to be supported require a high degree of autonomy and good analytical skills.

     

    Please be advised that by submitting your CV or other content to us, you agree to the administration, processing and storage of any personal data for the purposes of recruitment processes. The agreement covers the processing of personal data by Vitrociset Belgium even after finishing the recruitment process to submit further proposals for employment and may be revoked at any time.

    Come and join us!  More information at: http://wwww.vitrocisetbelgium.com/

    Contact information
    CompanyVITROCISET Belgium Sprl
    Contact nameMassimiliano Mazza
    AddressRue Devant les Hêtres,2
    TRANSINNE (SOUTH OF BELGIUM)
    Belgium
    6890
    Phone+32 61 23 00 04
    Fax+32 61 23 02 69
    Emailjobs@vitrocisetbelgium.com
    Web Pagehttp://www.vitrocisetbelgium.com


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