Company Details

From Italy to the world, from the world to the universe: our goal is to give more space to ambitious, enterprising ideas. We do everything in-house: we design, develop, assemble and test products that combine reliability with top performance. This is one of the reasons why we are chosen by the best international space agencies, such as NASA, ESA and ASI.

Collaborating daily with the Italian Space Agency and coordinating some of the space missions, our instruments and services make life better for astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and for future space explorers.


The candidate will support the Electronics Unit Head, the Hardware Design Lead, and the FPGA Design Lead, to coordinate and review design, the development, and testing activities for space applications, more specifically regarding avionics systems for micro-satellites. Activities will include:

  • Support to proposal preparation regarding Avionics R&D activities
  • Trade-off analysis and definition of hardware architectures
  • Planning of design, development, and test activities, including drafting of test plans for environmental qualification test campaigns
  • Review of electrical schematics, layout, and manufacturing specifications
  • Review of technical documents (Design Description, ICD, Test Procedures, Technical Specifications etc.)
  • Support to other company’s Units


  • Degree: Master’s Degree in Electronic Systems Engineering
  • Working experience: 3-5 years in the space industry
  • Great problem-solving skills
  • Team player
  • Fluent English


  • Experience in developing space systems, including OBCs and PCDUs
  • Experience in scheduling and coordinating activities for avionics projects
  • Very good knowledge of analog, digital and power electronics
  • Very good knowledge of FPGA devices
  • Very good knowledge of the space standards (CCSDS, ECSS, MIL etc.)
  • Knowledge of design for EMC/EMI


  • Knowledge of RF electronic devices
  • Experience in programming embedded micro-controllers/processors
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Project

Tagged as: ecss, ccsds, MIL, fpga devices, obcs, pcdus

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