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Open Application – Engineering (US)

NanoAvionics US, located in Columbia (IL) is scaling and looking to build up a strong team of mechanical, aerospace, electronics, systems and software engineers to shake up the New Space industry in North America with our pre-configured nano-satellite buses.

We are looking for broad capabilities in engineering staff as we grow from a small organization and expect that the staff will specialize more in the future as they find, develop and demonstrate their skills within different phases of the business including pursuit, proposal, system/satellite design and trades, product design, test, launch, mission operations, and more. It is an excellent opportunity to kickstart your career in an exciting and rapidly developing market as well as find your career path.

We offer open positions for entry level full-time staff as well as summer interns willing to gain valuable experience in satellite mission development for commercial clients as well as NASA, MIT and other organizations.  Compensation for permanent staff will include salary, health care and retirement matching.

NanoAvionics is a nanosatellite bus manufacturer and mission integrator currently based in four locations – Columbia (US), Midland (US), Vilnius (Lithuania), and Oxfordshire (UK). Our flagship multi-purpose M6P, M12P and M16P are the first preconfigured nanosatellite buses in the sector, designed to serve emerging commercial space markets. Our company’s efforts are focused on enabling critical satellite functions and optimizing their launch, hardware and operation costs – ranging from single missions to constellations.

Requirements:

  • US Citizen or Green Card holder
  • Engineering Degree in any of the disciplines: Mechanical Engineering, Electronical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering.
  • Experience in CubeSat/nanosat programs at University or work experience in the field

Also, the candidate must have experience in some of the following disciplines:

  • Orbital dynamics and analysis
  • CAD
  • Power systems with orbital analysis
  • Propulsion
  • ADCS and control systems
  • Embedded software
  • Program management
  • FEM
  • Thermal analysis and design
  • Environmental testing
  • Satellite and Subsystems Testing
  • Launch and launch integration
  • Satellite and subsystems design
  • Deorbit and safety analysis
  • Life and reliability analysis
  • Proposal writing
  • Circuit and PWB analysis
  • Deployment mechanism design
  • RF design, Link budget analysis and test
  • Optical systems
  • Ground systems design/analysis/operations
  • Export control, ITAR and other licensing
  • Worst case and monte carlo analysis
  • COM systems and TT&C
  • Radiation Analysis
Perks
  • A collaborative environment with engaged, smart and supportive colleagues
  • Brand new office
  • Flexible working hours
  • An opportunity to observe and participate in a full satellite mission lifecycle – from initial mission proposal to decommissioning of a satellite
  • Participation in workshops, conferences and trade shows across the US
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