LSE Space is looking for Junior Engineers and Technicians ready to be part of the Galileo Mission Operations Team as Spacecraft Controllers to support our customer DLR in Oberpfaffenhofen.
You shall operate all or part of the mission system, which may incorporate parts of the ground segment as well as the space segment. The positions could cover pre and post launch activities.
For pre-launch tasks, you will be required to assist in configuring and testing the operational system to support the operations. You may also be required to develop methods or tools to assist in the execution of the operations.
You will be required to become familiar with the mission and the control facilities at your disposal. You will take part in simulations and pre-launch test campaigns, and in post-launch refresher training and simulation.
Post-launch, you will:
• monitor and control all operational progress, in accordance with the scheduled operations plan and the established procedures;
• immediately inform the responsible personnel when an anomaly is detected, in accordance with the established procedures;
• take corrective action as necessary, applying the contingency procedures approved for the mission;
• prepare operations reports as requested;
• assist in the production of printouts, graphs and plots for off-line evaluation and analysis;
• prepare and complete all necessary forms for the daily operations routine.
During the routine phase of the mission, you shall follow regular training and simulations for the in-orbit spacecraft in addition to operational tasks.