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    Job Description
    TitleLEO Mission Planning Engineer
    Job codeDED-SC-3190
    Job posted on19/08/2016
    Contract typeAny
    Start datewithin 3months
    Job Description

    HE Space is a successful international space company. For over 30 years, we have been supporting our customers with qualified experts in the field of engineering, science and administration. We are currently looking for a LEO Mission Planning Engineer to support our customer in Germany.

    LEO Mission Planning Engineer

    Key Tasks and Responsibilities                  

    As part of the Mission Planning team in the Flight Operations Division, you will have the following responsibilities:

    Supporting the development and procurement of the MPS and related tools;

    Analysing and reviewing EPS-SG documentation and preparing technical notes;

    Participating in reviews for the MPS and related facilities;

    Participating in MPS factory or on-site acceptance testing;

    Analysing & reporting on test results, requirement verification and validation;

    Proposing changes to the MPS or related tools and contributing to the process for implementing such changes;

    Handling MPS related anomaly reports (ARs) and non-conformance reports (NCRs);

    Participating in the installation and verification of the MPS and related tools;

    Defining the MPS operational implementation (rules, database structures);

    MPS related documentation such as the Operational Implementation document and the MPS User Operations Guide;

    Interacting with internal users, suppliers and partner organisations;

    Providing procurement support to other future missions, notably Jason-CS.

    Skills & Experience

    You will have the following qualifications and relevant experience:

    University degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline;

    LEO mission planning system specification, development, procurement and ops;

    AIV activities, preferably in the field of space mission planning systems;

    Mission planning rules using a Java-like Business Rules Management System;

    XML, Linux/Unix operating system, Software Version Control Systems, Software Configuration Management Systems;

    Fluency in English is mandatory; knowledge of another European language is an advantage.

    This job is located in Darmstadt. We welcome applicants who are available from October-2016 (or as soon as possible thereafter).

    If you think you have what it takes for this job, please send us your CV together with a letter of motivation (both in English and in Word) to Ms Veronika Horvath at, quoting job DED-HP-3190 before 19-09-2016.

    An exciting and dynamic international working environment awaits you!

    Please note: Due to work permit requirements for this position, please apply only if you are citizen of a European Union state or if you are eligible to obtain a work permit for Germany.


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    CompanyHE Space Operations BV
    Contact nameVeronika Horvath
    AddressHuygensstraat 44
    2201 DK
    Phone+31 71 341 7500
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