Experienced digital hardware engineer

DTU Space
Monday 09 Jul 18

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The Measurement and Instrumentation Systems (MIS) group at DTU Space has its main research areas within the advanced high performance instruments for use on board spacecraft.  Our instruments are on more than 50 international space missions including NASA mission Juno arriving at Jupiter in July 2016.

The department’s team is currently looking for a highly motivated and qualified digital hardware colleague to participate in the maintenance of the present instrument design and to play a significant role in new developments.

The research done by the department has led to several novel measurement principles, which encompass multi-sensor-head star trackers for improved maneuverability, sub-arcsecond accuracy instruments, miniature magnetometer packages for planetary landers and rendezvous docking systems. The candidate will participate in technological implementation of these principles as well as support the MIS group and its customers on presently active missions.

Responsibilities and tasks
The department is currently developing several new instruments and the candidate will participate in all phases of the process: the actual design, the PCB layout, the prototype testing, the verification of the design and the corresponding documentation.

The right candidate will work on world class instrumentation solutions for the future spacecraft of the world, with the main costumers being future scientific missions of NASA and ESA.

Qualifications
The candidate is expected to have the following profile:

  • MSc in Electronics Engineering or similar
  • Experience in design of modern digital electronics, including FPGA and µcontrollers
  • Experience in reliability and dependability analyses and verification
  • Skills in team based development effort
  • The ability to communicate competently in oral and written English is arequirement of this position.
  • Collaborative skills, group based design, implementation, verification and qualification for flight
Space instrumentation requires extremely high quality and reliability of the products thus the candidate is expected to have particularly quality and detail oriented work style. Motivation to contribute to the further technological development of the space instrumentation plays the key role in the assessment of the candidates.

We offer
DTU Space is the only research organization in Denmark with the basic funding and mandate to carry out space research.
 
We offer one-of-a-kind and highly challenging job in an international environment and a unique possibility to work on the front edge of the space technology. We strive for opportunity to define the future, for technological excellence and zero failure designs.

Our group has open communication style and is characterized by close cooperation between the vastly specialized experts, engineers, researchers and technicians.

Salary and terms of employment
The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The allowance will be agreed with the relevant union. 

Start date: As soon as possible.

Application and further information
We need your online application no later than 20 August 2018. Open the “Apply online” link, fill out the form and attach your motivated application, CV and exam certificates. .

Applications after the deadline will not be considered.

For further information, please contact Anastassia Bang, am@space.dtu.dk, +45 4525 3465
 
All candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.

The Measurement and Instrumentation Systems (MIS) group at DTU Space is looking for a highly motivated and qualified digital hardware engineer. Department develops and manufactures advanced high performance instruments for use on board spacecraft and has currently instruments on more than 50 international space missions.

For more information:

http://www.space.dtu.dk/english/Research/Research_divisions/Measurement_and_Instrumentation
 
DTU Space (National Space Institute) is engaged in both basic research and technology development activities, and the Institute is characterized by strong interaction between technology and science.  DTU space has more than 140 employees and on average 15-20 ph.d. students, working in diverse research fields from astrophysics, space instrumentation to earth observation and geodesy. Many projects are carried out in close cooperation with international space agencies (ESA, NASA and others), as well as national and international governmental organizations.
 
DTU is a technical university providing internationally leading research, education, innovation and scientific advice. Our staff of 6,000 advance science and technology to create innovative solutions that meet the demands of society, and our 11,200 students are being educated to address the technological challenges of the future. DTU is an independent academic university collaborating globally with business, industry, government and public agencies.