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    Job Description
    TitleSpacecraft Software Lead Engineer
    Job posted on22/11/2016 (modified on 05/02/2018)
    LocationTokyo
    CountryJapan
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    This position will lead the software development efforts for ispace’s lunar lander development. ispace is a leading micro-robotics Japanese company with a subsidiary in the United States and another planned in Europe. ispace’s Hakuto rover won the Google XPRIZE mobility milestone award and is a leading contender for the $20M Grand Prize.  ispace’s lunar lander is its next step towards prospecting for, mining and utilizing lunar resources to expand human presence in space.

     

    The ideal candidate will have broad knowledge in flight and ground software/firmware development and spacecraft avionics systems engineering and design. The effort includes all phases in design, from defining software architecture, to implementation and test of software, to support of spacecraft operations during simulated and real missions, in collaboration on a daily basis with other team members and with the hardware counterparts. Prior experience with high reliability designs (for example in aerospace, medical or automotive industries) is a must.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    Lead a small team of software developers and testers

    Define software architecture

    Develop and enforce coding standards, configuration and build management

    Support design and coding of spacecraft flight software

    Develop and control software test verification strategy

    Support system-level integration, troubleshooting and testing

    Support flight operations activities

     

    Basic Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent

    Several years’ experience designing and coding

    A first experience in software architecture definition

    Knowledge of best practices, coding standards, defensive programming, etc.

    Experience with software configuration management processes and tools

    Proficiency in high-level structured programming languages (e.g. C, C++)

    Experience with real-time software programming and operating systems for embedded systems (RTEMS, VxWorks, etc.)

    Experience with hardware interfaces and communication protocols (I2C, SPI, RS-485, CAN, UART, SpaceWire, etc.)

    Proficiency in embedded hardware platforms with strong resource constraints

     

    Preferred Experience

    Master’s degree or higher

    Aerospace experience

    Experience with specific spacecraft subsystem software components (GNC/AOCS, propulsion, power, thermal, TT&C/communications, etc.)

    Experience in Agile software development

    Web Pagehttps://jobs.lever.co/ispace-inc/d081af1d-65cf-4040-b380-01af740c8f94
    Contact information
    Companyispace, inc.
    AddressIikurakatamachi Annex 6F, 3-1-6 Azabudai
    Minato-ku
    Tokyo
    Japan
    106-0041
    Emailinfo@ispace-inc.com
    Web Pagehttp://www.ispace-inc.com


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