Mechanical Design Engineer (Research and Development)


Vilnius (Lithuania)


Electronics & Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical design team is looking for a curious and motivated mechanical design engineer who will be contributing to the design and development of nano and micro satellites subsystem mechanical R&D and work with satellites platforms if required.

As Mechanical Design Engineer (R&D) you will:

  • Assist simulation engineers by preparing (defeaturing) CAD geometry for FEA
  • Prepare relevant documentation for design reviews
  • Participate in design reviews, present the work done and collect feedback from colleagues as well as customers
  • Design and develop satellites and their mechanical subsystems
  • Prepare manufacturing drawings and arrange manufacturing with external suppliers
  • Perform quick and simple structural and thermal calculations to justify design decisions
  • Design testing equipment for satellites and their subsystems
  • Process raw test data, analyze results, write test reports, and manage test related documentation
  • Communicate with other departments to reach project goals

We expect you to:

  • Have a passion for space engineering and a desire to learn fast
  • Have a degree in mechanical/mechatronics/aerospace engineering or equivalent
  • Have a good understanding of machine elements, materials engineering, manufacturing technology, mechanics of materials, structures and solids, heat transfer, thermodynamics
  • At least 1-year experience in 3D modelling with SolidWorks or equivalent
  • Have experience with 2D engineering drawings and good understanding of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T)
  • Have an advanced knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Have good English language skills (at least B1)
  • Enjoy working in a team and independently

Nice to have:

  • Work/internship experience in space industry
  • Familiarity with ECSS and NASA standards/handbooks
  • Experience in precision engineering
  • Experience in structural/thermal FEA simulations
  • Programming skills (Java, Python)
  • Experience in microcontrollers (Arduino, others) programming, system real time control, physical data (temperature, pressure, force, distance, etc.) acquisition, data processing
  • Hobby/personal technical project experience


  • Salary starts from 2350 gross/per month
  • The final offer will depend based on the level of competencies and experience
  • Flexible work hours and possibility to work remotely
  • Team events - airsoft, curling, parties, orienteering and much more
  • Monthly budget for sports – you choose and we got you covered
  • Snacks in the kitchen to fuel your productivity
  • Paid days off if you are not feeling well (2 working days)
  • Workshops, global conferences, industry’s meetups and trainings of your choice (doesn’t matter if you want to be like Han Solo or Luke Skywalker, just tell us which skills you wish to boost)
  • Fully compensated volunteering day per year for your team for a volunteering activity of your choice (1 day per year)
  • Free parking, bike shed, shower, table tennis, mini-football and company merch (the basics, but nice to have)
  • Oh, did we mention space? Possibly it’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to contribute to a commercial space race!

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