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    TitleJunior-Senior Flight Dynamics Engineer (m/w/d)
    Job codeJ0819-0326
    Job posted on07/08/2019 (modified on 21/08/2019)
    Contract typePermanent
    Start date>3months
    Job Description

    For our office in Darmstadt/Germany we are looking for Junior and Senior Flight Dynamics Engineers. CGI is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of mission control systems for spacecraft and monitoring and control systems for ground stations. We are seeking talented junior and senior engineers to further strengthen our team and help us deliver some of the most exciting control systems in Europe.

    Your future duties and responsibilities:

    You will join a team specialised in one of the following areas:
    • Spacecraft – Orbit Determination and Control
    • Spacecraft – Attitude Monitoring and Control
    • Spacecraft – Command Generation
    The Flight Dynamics team members perform all operational activities related to controlling the spacecraft orbit and attitude. As team member you will be involved with the complete systems and operational lifecycle for the actual spacecraft operations, ranging from early capturing of requirements, to design, implementation and testing of the flight dynamics systems & tools and finally with performing actual critical (for example, launch) and routine operations. The Flight Dynamics team members are usually involved in many satellite missions at the same time which means you combine development of new systems for upcoming missions with critical and/or routine operations for active satellites in space.
    The work in Flight Dynamics is continuously changing, challenging and highly technical. The working environment is completely pan-European and very dynamic. The working language is English.

    Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

    The following expertise will be valuable:
    • Applied mathematics, classical mechanics
    • Attitude and Orbit Control Systems / sensors & actuators
    • Orbit determination using tracking data or GPS, filtering (batch least squares method),
    • Orbit planning and control, Control theory
    • Optimisation
    • Fortran, Matlab, Mathematica, script languages
    • Unix/Linux

    The tasks to be performed require considerable initiative, flexibility and independence in executing the assigned tasks.


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    Es ist Zeit, Teil unseres Erfolgs zu werden und mit anderen etwas zu bewegen – werde Member bei CGI!

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    CompanyCGI Deutschland Ltd. & Co. KG
    Contact nameAsha Parmar
    AddressRheinstr. 95
    Phone+49 6151 3686 0216
    EmailPlease Apply Online
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