LSE Space GmbH is looking for Master Graduates and Junior Engineers (m/f) in the field of Aerospace Engineering or Telecommunications
to join our Spacecraft Operations Team at the German Spacecraft Operation
Center in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich/Germany.
You shall operate all or part of the mission
system, which may incorporate parts of the ground segment as well as the space
segment, as specified for each mission. The positions could cover pre-launch,
launch and post-launch activities.
Typical tasks will be:
- To monitor and control all operational
progress, in accordance with the scheduled operations plan, ensuring that
safety criteria are respected and that all operations are conducted in
accordance with the established procedures;
- To perform specific operations relating to
individual missions, as defined in the operations plans, or as instructed
by the responsible SOM, SOE or Analyst;
- Immediately inform the responsible
personnel when an anomaly is detected, in accordance with the established
- To take corrective action as necessary,
applying the contingency/ emergency procedures approved for the mission;
- To coordinate with the responsible
personnel for any scheduling required;
- To prepare operations reports as requested;
- To assist in the production of printouts,
graphs and plots for off-line evaluation and analysis;
- To prepare and complete all necessary forms
for the daily operations routine.
The service is performed in a shift rota to continuously have 24 hours manning team
within a regular shift pattern.
Qualifications and skills:
- A Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering
- Experience with using computer systems is
required, and experience in data communication and/or ground station
systems is an advantage
- Strong team player
- The applicant should be able to demonstrate
an orderly, reliable and disciplined approach to the execution of
operations and be capable of working calmly and correctly under stress
- Commitment and willingness to work in a
24/7 shift environment
- Readiness to develop into a Spacecraft
Operations Engineering position in the future
- Start date preferably end of July 2016
A permanent employment contract. Competitive
salary plus a comprehensive benefits package. Career path.
In line with Asylum & Immigration Legislation,
all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the EU. Documented evidence
of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment
process. Furthermore, in view of the nature of the work the company is in, all
potential employees will undergo stringent reference and identity checks.
You are looking for a challenging position in a
very interesting, international environment? Then send your application
preferably online to:
Andrée Scherschel (email@example.com).