Satellite AIT Engineer
Posted on 3/22/2024
E-Space

51-200 employees

Space telecommunications company
Company Overview
E-Space is on a mission to build the world’s largest, most sustainable space-based network. E-Space is a global space company focused on bridging Earth and space with the most sustainable low earth orbit (LEO) network that is expected to reach over one hundred thousand multi-application communication satellites to help businesses and governments securely and affordably access the power of space to solve problems on Earth.
AI & Machine Learning
Hardware
Aerospace

Company Stage

Seed

Total Funding

$50M

Founded

2021

Headquarters

Saratoga, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

21%

1 year growth

72%

2 year growth

626%
Locations
Saratoga, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Research & Development
Space & Rocket Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor of Science degree in engineering
  • 5+ years of experience in space engineering, incl. electronics test engineering or hardware development, harness manufacturing
  • Understanding of electrical test equipment, test procedures, data acquisition systems and instrumentation
  • Experience in environmental testing such as vibration, shock, thermal and TVAC
  • Demonstrated success working in a dynamic environment
Responsibilities
  • Develop and integrate GSE for sub-system validation (sub-system test bench)
  • PCBA and harness review before unit integration into the sub-system test benches
  • Ensure that the sub-system validation process is covered by satellite TMTC database
  • Elaborate validation test procedures with sub-system teams, and executing them
  • Track anomalies detected during the execution of the test procedures
  • Support flatsat testing activities: GSE, test procedures, anomaly reporting, and satellite TMTC database
  • Contribute to satellite environmental tests
  • Work with flight hardware designers on design-for-test strategies
  • Contribute to the development of engineering best practices to support most efficient testing