R&D HARDWARE DESIGN ENGINEER
We got wings. We build the most innovative, sustainable, and reliable solutions. Today, we enable companies to extend their horizons to Space. Tomorrow, we will empower everyone to live beyond our Planet and make Space their place.
We are looking for a passionate Hardware Design Engineer to further develop our team in the Research & Development Unit.
In this role, you will have the chance to work on inspirational projects, contributing to the development of new technologies in support of next-generation space assets, and in the near future, you will be focused on On-Board Computers, Power Systems, and Telecommunication solutions intended to operate both on Earth and dee-space (Moon and Mars).
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Joining Argotec R&D Unit you will support the design and rapid prototyping of electronic systems for space applications, contributing to the following activities:
- Definition of board-level hardware architectures
- Preliminary validation by means of electrical analysis and simulations (SI/PI, EMC, voltage/current/temperature/power derating, etc.)
- EEE parts selection
- Design of the electrical schematics and PCB layout
- Definition and execution of tests activity, including drafting of test plan/procedures and preparation of support equipment
- Master’s Degree in Electronics Engineering
- Fluency in English
REQUIRED EXPERIENCES & SKILLS
- At least 2 years of working experience in a similar role
- At least 2 complexes PCBs successfully delivered to customers
- Proficiency in Altium Designer
- Extensive knowledge of laboratory instruments
- Very good knowledge of analog, digital, and power electronics
- Very good knowledge of complex PCB layout design
- Proven ability to work in a team on complex projects
- Experience in space projects compliant with ECSS/MILKnowledge of RF electronic devices and EMC qualification
- Agile development approach
This announcement is aimed at both sexes, under laws 903/77 and 125/91, and to people of all ages and all nationalities, under legislative decrees 215/03 and 216/03