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    TitleElectronics engineer
    Job codeEE1
    Job posted on10/04/2019
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 2 months
    Job Description

    Electronics engineer

    As an electrical engineer, the candidate will join a collaborative team to develop innovative nanosatellite vehicle solutions for multiple projects. The individual will be responsible for hardware development during all phases of a development cycle, including requirements, design, implementation, test, integration and documentation in a fast-paced environment. Specific tasks will include:


    Working in a small team environment closely with software, mechanical and system engineers to develop optimal solutions to complex problems.

    Participating in hardware requirements generation, design, implementation, and testing discussion with multiple team members.

    Working schematic design and layout of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) for primarily digital systems with distributed power regulation.

    Work with board houses to coordinate fabrication and assembly of new designs.

    Develop assembly procedures, test plans, and fabrication documentation.

    Support system level integration of multiple hardware designs while working with software developers for debug, test, and requirements verification.

    Participating in team discussions involving vehicle architecture and design for ongoing and future projects.


    Specific requirements may include:

    BS or MS in CPE, EE or equivalent degree required.

    Experience using standard electronics equipment required: oscilloscope, power supply, multimeter, logic analyzer.

    Experience working with flight hardware in a controlled environment (cleanliness and ESD).

    Ability to work methodically in a lab environment to maintain cleanliness and organization.

    Experience soldering for debug and board modifications as needed.

    Experience with modern satellite avionics design 

    Methodical digital and power systemdebug skills

    Ability to document complex mixed signal design architectures for review

    Experience with electronics CAD software (Cadence Schematic Capture and PCB Editor preferred)

    Comfortable working within a Linux command line environment

    Knowledgeable with common physical layer protocols (I2C, SPI, UART, USB, Ethernet)

    Understanding of best practices to reduce EMI in PCB design

    Meticulous design documentation, and attention to detail

    Good communication with team members, and ability to provide and receive constructive criticism

    Proficient use of written and oral English language is mandatory



    Only candidates from within Europe will be considered.

    Job are based in Monaco, but candidates may choose to live in Monaco or nearby in France.

    Information regarding Orbital Solutions - Monaco will be provided upon request.

    Contact information
    CompanyOrbital Solutions - Monaco
    Contact nameFrancesco Bongiovanni
    Address6 Ave. Prince Albert II, Fontvieille
    c/o Monacotech
    not applicable
    Web PageOn line in April

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