Are you exicted to work for Galileo, the European satellite navigation program? Do you have a strong interest in verifying requirements for a highly complex space system?
Your day to day activities
As an AIV Engineer in our team, you will be working on a Mission Critical System that is part of the Galileo infrastructure. You will contribute to the security aspects and data protection of this navigation mission. Your main task will be verification of the component and element requirements, which includes writing, updating and running test procedures. You design for each test stage and document the test specifications. You are also responsible for the integration and maintenance of the Reference Systems according to the requirements. This system is characterized by a high level of complexity.
Things you need to be successful
You are well-organized, energetic and have a high level of attention to detail. You have advanced analytic skills and are a quick learner. You have experience with the testing lifecycle of space projects, are inquisitive and able to investigate technical problems. You also have:
• A Bachelor’s degree with a focus on Information Technology/Communications, or
• Experience with GSWS standards or equivalent;
• Experience with test automation (UFT); ISTQB certification would be a plus;
• Good working knowledge of Linux and SQL;
• Experience of 3-tier web-based development architectures, Java, Oracle.
Eligibility for an EU Personal Security Clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL and above is part of the selection procedure.
Your working environment
CGI delivers complex, mission-critical space software systems across Europe, Asia and North America, supporting programs from satellite navigation, communications and operations, to space-enabled applications. Galileo is Europe’s own global satellite system and currently consists of a constellation of 22 satellites. It is capable of providing a highly accurate, guaranteed global positioning service under civilian control. The system is still under development and has recently entered the Exploitation Phase. As AIV engineer you will be joining our team in The Netherlands, in Rotterdam. The team is responsible for the Assembly, Integration and Verification of the Key Management Facility of the Galileo Mission Segment.
We want to get the best out of you
When you work at CGI, you are right on a challenging workplace with professional colleagues and you are a building block within a close community.We encourage you in your development and offer you all the space. Growth is self-evident.
More information about the vacancy? Contact Gert Mariën via +31 88 56 48295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other questions about the application procedure, please contact the Recruitment department on (088) 564 00 00 or email@example.com.
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