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    Job Description
    TitleSenior Flight Dynamics Software Engineer (m/f)
    Job codeJ1194
    Job posted on07/02/2018 (modified on 11/02/2019)
    LocationBochum
    CountryGermany
    EducationMaster
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    About us
    SCISYS Deutschland GmbH provides professional engineering and consultancy services supporting space programmes and missions. We have a strong presence at ESOC and EUMETSAT, as well as serving all ESA sites and spacecraft primes. Our team is composed of university graduates and experienced professionals, comprising some of the most knowledgeable, dedicated and talented engineers across Europe. Our services cover the whole life cycle of space programmes from early concepts to operations.

    Our Space Division provides a dynamic, supportive and friendly atmosphere in which you are encouraged to lead with initiative. We support new ideas from our colleagues and are focused on innovation. Moreover, we actively manage your professional development, training and career progression.

    We are looking for a Flight Dynamics Software Engineer to work at our Headquarters in Bochum, Germany

    Tasks:
    We are seeking for a candidate, who will initially support the evolution of our Flight Dynamics software product PLENITER®Orbit.

    The successful candidate will work in our Bochum office to support the evolution of our Flight Dynamics software including:

    Orbit Determination & Propagation, Manoeuvre Planning, Optimisation and Calibration

    Collision Avoidance Support, Event Prediction, Coverage and Contact Analysis

    Interfaces for data exchange with internal and external entities

    Attitude modelling

    Our Flight Dynamics software is based on an underlying operationally proven astro-dynamics computation engine.


    Essential requirements:
    The successful candidate will have:

    A university degree in aerospace engineering, mathematics, physics or equivalent

    A sound knowledge of celestial mechanics and spacecraft flight dynamics

    Experience in object-oriented s/w programming

    Experience with flight dynamics software tools, – procedures and data exchange formats

    Fluency in English

    Team player contributing to a collaborative environment


    Desirable Requirements:
    The following skills would be of advantage:

    Familiarity with Flight Dynamics operations (operational experience)

    Experience with JAVA programming and Windows/UNIX operating systems


    Other Information

    Start date is March 2019

    The candidate must have a valid German work and residence permit or be an EU Citizen.

    To apply online please visit www.scisys.de/spacejobs

    Web Pagehttp://www.scisys.de/space
    Contact information
    CompanySCISYS Deutschland GmbH
    Contact nameMarianne Schulze
    AddressBorgmannstr. 2
    Bochum
    Germany
    44894
    Phone0049 234 9258 203
    Emailrecruiting@scisys.de
    Web Pagehttp://www.scisys.de/space


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