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    Job Description
    TitleSenior Payload Systems Engineer, Galileo (m/f)
    Job posted on14/03/2019 (modified on 15/05/2019)
    LocationBremen
    CountryGermany
    EducationGraduate
    Contract typePermanent
    Start dateimmediately
    Job Description

    Senior Payload Systems Engineer, Galileo (m/f)

    At OHB-System we offer a unique and exciting opportunity to support the production and operation of the current generation Galileo spacecraft, and apply this experience immediately to the development of the next generation.

    To expand our Galileo payload engineering team, we are looking for a Senior Payload Systems Engineer (m/f). You work closely with spacecraft systems, structural, thermal, and assembly integration and test (AIT) engineering to ensure satisfactory navigation payload performance throughout all project phases.

    Your Tasks

    Monitor industry developments and planned invitations to tender (ITTs), support the maintenance and planning of the technology roadmap related to GNSS.

    Coordinate and contribute to the internal training, knowledge, and tools database.

    Support and lead the design and development of the next generation payload architecture including architecture tradeoffs, performance model development, and verification planning.

    Lead requirements flow-down and specification writing for subsystems and units (Amplifiers, Antennas, Filters, Signal Generator, etc). Review and assess supplier proposals.

    Model and assess the RF Power, Signal performance, clock frequency stability, and other payload performance parameters.

    Support test campaigns by analyzing measured payload performance and assessing/troubleshooting anomalies/non-conformances. Analyze any non-conformances for impact and gain approval from customer.

    Review and assess supplier documentation and participate in review meetings (design, qualification, test-readiness, post-test, acceptance, etc.) as customer.

    Assess on-orbit performance and anomaly reports.

    Travel regularly to supplier/customer sites supporting testing and technical meetings as above.

    Your Qualifications

    Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications, Signal Processing, or comparable discipline. Graduate level preferred.

    More than seven years professional experience, space industry preferred.

    Self-managed and pro-active working style.

    Working level proficiency in written and spoken English. German or other EU language skills advantageous.

    We Offer

    Pragmatic technical and management environment

    A dynamic and motivated international team

    High degree of scope for creativity, independence and self-initiative

    Flat hierarchies and a huge grade of flexibility

    Attractive benefits such as flexible work time, sport activities, relocation support

     

    Contact information
    CompanyOHB-System AG
    AddressUniversitätsallee 27-29
    Bremen
    not applicable
    Germany
    28359
    Phone+494212020
    Emailspace-careers@ohb.de
    Web Pagehttps://career-ohb.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/168?c=career-ohb&lang=en-US


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