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Applied Research – Junior electronics/electromechanics engineer



Full Time

Aerospacelab is currently looking for an engineer in electronics or electromechanics who will contribute to the electronics, on-board software, and instrumentation aspects of synthetic aperture radar.

The engineer will be part of a multidisciplinary team composed of electromechanical, materials, mechanical, RF, and software engineers. She/He will own the design, implementation and verification of prototypes of a synthetic aperture radar with an initial focus on the timing of the transmitted and received signals and their modulation/demodulation. She/He will be part of Aerospacelab’s Applied Research multidisciplinary team, whose charter is to design and prototype new satellite payloads and products.

Duties :

  • Design, prototype, capture schematics, bring prototypes to life, debug, verify functionality, and perform signal characterization of electronics systems and subsystems for a synthetic aperture radar
  • Design and execute experiments to de-risk the technology
  • Evaluate and characterize prototypes and FPGA/electronics/RF components
  • Establish technology limits to understand the state-of-the-art from first principles
  • Explore new concepts and build a shared expertise on synthetic aperture radar

Must have :

  • Proven experience designing PCBs
  • Proven experience working with FPGAs
  • Breadth of knowledge and experience in electronics and physics
  • Good problem-solving and troubleshooting abilities
  • Capacity to contribute to the full stack: write software, build instrumentation
  • Capacity to operate autonomously in fast-paced environment
  • Capacity to communicate clearly and openly with a broad technical audience
  • Working level English

What we offer :

  • A role that impacts the growth of the company, and contributes to the vision of our team’s products
  • The opportunity to be an early member of the Applied Research team
  • A world-class space start-up environment
  • A pragmatic flat hierarchy
  • The flexibility and autonomy of your work environment

Why work at Aerospacelab?

You will work on satellites that will fly before your retirement. Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges. Surround yourself with smart and innovative people. No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use. Take a lot of responsibility if you can handle.
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