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    Job Description
    TitleMechanical engineer
    Job codeME1
    Job posted on10/04/2019
    LocationMonaco
    CountryMonaco
    EducationMaster
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 2 months
    Job Description

    Mechanical engineer

    As a mechanical engineer, the candidate will join a collaborative team to develop innovative nano-satellite 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.

     

    It is expected that the individual will have an ability and desire to learn, grow, and discover continuously. Specific tasks will Include:

     

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

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

    Develop assembly procedures, test plans, and fabrication documentation

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

    Maintaining and updating the 3D model database

    Identifying appropriate materials and surface treatments for spacecraft parts

    Working in both an office and lab environment

     

     

    REQUIREMENTS

    BS or MS in Mechanical, Aerospace, or equivalent degree required

    Strong mechanical background

    Ability in working with solid modeling software and FEA (SolidWorks, ANSYS)

    Knowledgeable and proficient in applying advanced engineering principles

    Quick to grasp abstract problems and creative in visualizing solutions

    Productive in craftsmanship and attentive to detail

    Ability to document complex designs and procedures with attention to detail

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

    Ability to work with flight hardware in a controlled environment

    Ability to use precision inspection equipment, i.e. micrometers, indicators, (usually acquired by machining or other precision hands-on experience)

    Proficient use of written and oral English language is mandatory

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    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
    Monaco
    not applicable
    Monaco
    98000
    Phone+33680865808
    Emailfrancescob@monaco.mc
    Web PageOn line in April


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