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    Job Description
    TitleJCS Data Processing Engineer
    Job posted on16/11/2018 (modified on 11/04/2019)
    LocationDarmstadt
    CountryGermany
    EducationBachelor
    Contract typeAny
    Start date>3months
    Job Description

    Solenix is specialized in the provision of high-quality software engineering, technical consulting and operations services in the aerospace domain. This vacancy note concerns an on-site consulting position at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany.

    JCS Data Processing Engineer 

    Job Description

    We are looking for an experienced Data Processing Engineer for our client EUMETSAT. You will join the Jason CS Ground Segment/Data Processing team in the frame of the Jason CS as well as to the Operations department in the frame of maintenance and evolution of the current data processing systems.
    You shall support activities related to Phases C/D of the Jason CS Programme in the area of data processing engineering, which will include the following tasks:

    •In Phase C/D Contribute to the:

    •Procurement of data processing elements by advising on technical solutions proposed by the contractor and by reviewing documentation to confirm its compliance with the requirements.

    •Management of the requirements baseline for data processing elements.

    •Review of product generation specifications for Level-0, Level 1 and Level 2 processors.

    •Refinement of ICDs.

    •Testing, integration and acceptance of data processing elements.

    •In Phase E:

    •Contribute to maintenance activities, including characterisation of system component behaviour against required performance, proposal and implementation of system alterations (including component modification) to achieve required performance.

    •Contribute to evolution activities, including conceptual design, requirements specification, functional modelling, system analysis, and concept development to support increased performance, rationalisation of components, and cost reduction.

    •In addition, there will be regular involvement in the following tasks requiring interaction and coordination with other teams at System and Ground Segment level:

    •Review of System, Space Segment and Ground Segment documentation dealing with requirements, concepts, LO/L1/L2 algorithms and technical analyses of relevance for data processing, including review of instrument data processing algorithms and calibration concepts defined by the Space Segment with emphasis on their implications on Ground Segment data processing concepts, interfaces and architecture.

    •Participation in formal reviews and technical meetings at System and Ground Segment level.

    •Review of documentation dealing with technical evolutions of the EUMETSAT infrastructure.

     

    Required Skills and Experience

    •A University degree (or equivalent, including experience) in engineering, physics, or software (or similar).

    •Relevant experience in preparation of requirements, design, interfaces and testing documentation for data processing systems for Earth Observation missions (experience on data processing for high data rates missions will be considered an asset).

    •Relevant experience with L0/Ll/L2 processing software for Earth Observation missions, either for operations/maintenance or specification and development.

    •Knowledge of the requirements engineering process, including relation between requirements, ICDs, design and testing documentation.

    •Ability to learn and develop the needed skills and knowledge to contribute to the development of Jason CS. This includes the ability to rapidly absorb, and make use of, information presented in written and oral communications in a dynamic context.

    •Willingness to work within a multi-disciplinary context in cooperation with other teams.

    •The ability to maintain a system overview is essential. You shall have a systematic approach to work, be able to plan your work and to cope with tight schedules and multiple tasks. You shall have the capability to write accurate and consistent technical documentation.

    •Fluency in written and spoken English.

     

    Desirable Skills and Experience

    •Knowledge of the IBM DOORS tool or an equivalent for requirements management.

    •Knowledge of ECSS and CCSDS standards.

     

    Work Location

    Darmstadt, Germany

    Dates

    Application Deadline: 19 April 2019
    Start of Work: June/July 2019

    Important Notes

    Before applying to this position, please read the page Notes to Applicants on the Solenix website under Career.
    Applicants must be EU citizens or have a valid work and residence permit in Germany.
    Security, identity and reference checks on the candidates are part of the recruitment process.

    Job Application

    Please send your applications electronically to career@solenix.ch  before the application deadline 19 April 2019.

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    CompanySolenix
    AddressSpreestrasse 3
    Darmstadt
    Germany
    64295
    Phone+49 6151 870 91-0
    Emailcareer@solenix.ch
    Web Pagehttp://www.solenix.ch/career


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