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Electronics System Engineer (top-level, electronics hardware, firmware and software domain) 80-100%

Universität Bern
Bern

3W

Since the first Apollo Mission on the Moon in 1969 the Space Research and Planetary Sciences Division of the University of Bern is actively participating in space exploration missions to planetary objects in our solar system, such as Moon, Mars, Jupiter and others. For a new mission opportunity, the group has to deliver a novel mass spectrometric system that shall measure on-site the chemical composition of solids fully autonomously. Current plans foresee to send the first of two units mid-2020. To help meet these challenges, we are now seeking an experienced Electronics System Engineer (top-level, electronics hardware, firmware and software domain) 80 - 100%

Electronics System Engineer (top-level, electronics hardware, firmware and software domain) 80-100%

Electronics System Engineer (top-level, electronics hardware, firmware and software domain) 80-100%

* Iterate the instrument requirements in cooperation with the scientists' team, the mechanical system engineer, the industrial consortium members, and the engineering team of the division.
* Manage the coordination of the electronics development for the instrument from requirements engineering to the development and assembly of the instrument
* Iterate model philosophy, as well as assembly, integration, verification, and qualification plan.
* Issue and maintain the top-level system engineering documents, in particular Instrument Requirements Document and Verification Control Document.
* Manage the electronics development schedule
* Close collaboration and coordination with the project management
* Definition of requirements and monitoring of the electronics engineering carried out by our external partners and internal engineers
* Monitor overall electronics systems performance and technical budgets
* Monitoring of the procurement of space components as well as the manufacturing and assembly of printed circuit boards

For this position, a good track record in the development of complex electronics is expected. Further, experience in managing complex development projects is required and familiarity with space projects and knowledge of the ECSS standards would be an advantage. The responsibility of the position requires flexibility to travel. Good spoken and written knowledge of English is required. German would be an advantage.

For further information, please contact: Sébastien Hayoz, sebastien.hayoz@unibe.ch

The position is available immediately for an initial period of two years with option of extension up to six years. Applications should be sent as a single pdf document to Tina Rothenbühler, tina.rothenbuehler@unibe.ch.

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Applications from recruitment agencies cannot be considered. Offers from print media sellers will generally be rejected.

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