Would you like to work on one of the most exciting projects for space (Conical Imaging Microwave Radiometer for Copernicus Mission) and contribute to the manufacture of flying space hardware? Are you excited by new challenges? Do you want to be part of a multicultural and motivated team full of passion and team spirit?
Then LSS is the right place for you!
At LSS, we are at the forefront of pioneering large/small deployable antenna reflector technologies in Europe. We’re dedicated to targeting both European and global markets. As a motivated Electrical/Mechatronics Engineer, you’ll play a pivotal role in designing, developing, and implementing electrical and mechatronic subsystems for our large deployable reflectors, crucial components for space missions. Join our diverse and passionate team to make an impact in the space industry.
- Design, simulate, and optimize electrical and mechatronic subsystems for large deployable reflectors used in space applications.
- Implement control strategies, sensors, and actuators, ensuring precise and reliable operation in space environment.
- Collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to integrate electrical and mechatronic systems into overall designs.
- Analyze customer requirements, producing technical specifications for subsystems and subassemblies for internal use and suppliers.
- Conduct performance testing, analysis, and troubleshooting of electrical and mechatronic components.
- Ensure compliance with customer requirements, ESA-ECSS standards, safety regulations, and space mission requirements.
- Contribute to the development of company internal test facilities and equipment.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Aerospace Engineering, or related fields.
- Proven experience in design, analysis, implementation, and verification of electrical and mechatronic subsystems, preferably in the space technology industry.
- Strong knowledge of control systems, sensors, actuators, power electronics, and PCB design.
- Hands-on experience with electronic laboratory equipment and data acquisition systems.
- Proficiency in CAD software for design.
- Proficiency in programming and simulation software such as Python, MATLAB/Simulink.
- Basic knowledge of mechanical analysis is advantageous.
- Familiarity with relevant ESA-ECSS standards, EMC, ESD requirements, and electrical design rules for space products.
- Familiarity with RF engineering discipline is a plus.
- Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team.
- Strong communication skills and the ability to document and present technical information effectively.
- Flexible working hours with a core time
- A relaxed working environment with a flat hierarchy combined with a motivated and open team
- Casual dress code
- Scope for individual development and growth in a growing multicultural team of discipline experts
- A challenging, fast-paced position at the forefront of space technology
- The opportunity to work collaboratively on multiple concurrent projects.