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    Job Description
    TitleIngénieur mécanique spatiale H/F
    Job code7/1702
    Job posted on26/10/2016 (modified on 09/04/2018)
    LocationToulouse
    CountryFrance
    EducationMaster
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    CS est un acteur majeur de la conception, de l'intégration et de l'exploitation de systèmes critiques.

    Au sein de la Business Unit Espace, le département Flight Mission & Operations (FMO) conçoit, développe et opère pour ses clients du secteur spatial (CNES, ESA, AIRBUS DS, TAS) de nombreux systèmes informatiques pour le segment sol de satellites scientifiques, d’observation de la Terre ou de télécommunication.

    Notre expertise en matière de segment sol se décline notamment dans les domaines de l’observation de la Terre, de la Simulation, de la mécanique spatiale, de la navigation et des centres de Contrôle.

    Afin de renforcer notre équipe, nous recherchons un Ingénieur Mécanique Spatiale (H/F).

     

    Intégré dans l’équipe COO (Centre d’Orbitographie Opérationnelle) sur le site CNES, vous participez à l’ensemble des activités suivantes :

    - Support aux opérations :

    acquisition des données de localisation,

    détermination d’orbite,

    suivi de la qualité des mesures de localisation du réseau de stations,

    contribution au suivi des rentrées atmosphériques,

    suivi de phase de lancement et première acquisition,

    fin de vie, remontée de survie.

    - Support à la maintenance des logiciels dédiés aux activités du COO.

     

    Ingénieur de formation ou équivalent universitaire (bac+5), vous avez suivi une spécialité en mécanique spatiale et vous avez un fort intérêt pour le développement logiciel. Vous avez une première expérience (ou stage) dans le domaine.

    Des connaissances sur les thématiques suivantes sont nécessaires :

    Mécanique Spatiale : lois générales, détermination d'orbite, contrôle d'orbite, calcul d'événements en orbite,

    Connaissances des principes de mise et maintien à poste d’un satellite (GEO, LEO, MEO),

    Capacité à interpréter physiquement des résultats de simulation.

     

    De plus, pour les activités de maintenance des outils opérationnels, de très bonnes connaissances en informatique sont attendues :

    Codage, développement, tests,

    Intégration, vérification, validation logiciel,

    Bonnes connaissances du codage dans les langages suivants : C, Python, Web (PHP, Javascript, Httml, SQL)

    Doté d’un bon relationnel pour travailler en équipe, vous êtes rigoureux et autonome.

     

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    CompanyCS Systemes d'Information
    AddressZAC de la Grande Plaine
    Rue Brindejonc des Moulinais
    Toulouse
    France
    31506
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    Web Pagehttp://www.c-s.fr


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