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    Job Description
    TitleSpacecraft Operations Engineer
    Job codeGalileo_SOE_17
    Job posted on14/06/2017 (modified on 15/06/2018)
    LocationMunich
    CountryGermany
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 2 months
    Job Description

    CAM Space (www.cam-space-gmbh.de) is a competent partner and consultant for companies involved in the aerospace and defence industries.

    CAM Space supports the Galileo project since the year 2000 and has a very strong presence of engineers at the Galileo Control Centre in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich. We are reinforcing our team in the Munich area. We are looking for you as

    Spacecraft Operations Engineer (m/f)

    Are you looking for a new and interesting activity in one of Europe’s most outstanding projects in the area of operation of navigation satellites? This could be your field of responsibility:

    Become a member of the Galileo Satellite Operations Team
    Specialise on preparation, validation and execution of operations related to the datahandling, TTC and Payload subsystems
    Prepare Flight Operations Procedures (FOP)
    Adapt procedures to new databases and procedures delivered by industry
    Define validation scenarios
    FOP validation, testing, result reporting
    Preparation of and participation in SVTs and simulations
    Test and validation of operational items like CSIM, ASW, ODB, SCCF, MOIS
    Participation in and provision of training (spacecraft subsystems, Ops tools, Ops concepts)
    Anomaly Reports handling (writing, action processing, support of review boards)
    Support of routine, special and contingency operations during PF Commissioning, IOT and routine phase inclusive provision of shift and on-call support
    Provision of on-call service for the assigned subsystems during routine phase
    Offline analysis of the subsystem performance

    Your profile requires

    A scientific or technical degree or equivalent qualification
    Proven experience in the field of satellite control
    Good English language skills
    Readiness to take on responsibility and good team and communication skills
    EU citizenship

    In addition  the following experiences are considered as an asset

    Experience in testing or operations of satellites
    Knowledge of the Galileo project
    Knowledge of SCOS and MOIS

    We offer:

    Focused Training and performance oriented career development
    Competitive remuneration
    Opportunity to work in exciting challenging international projects

    In case you find our offer attractive please send your application documents via E-mail to career@cam-systems.de   to

    CAM Systems Consulting GmbH
    Dr. Bernhard Eberz
    Elsenheimerstr. 7
    80687 München
    Germany

     

    Contact information
    CompanyCAM Systems Consulting GmbH
    AddressElsenheimerstr. 7
    München
    Germany
    80687
    Phone+4989189080101
    Fax+4989189080111
    Emailcareer@cam-systems.de
    Web Pagehttp://www.camsystems-consulting.de


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