Rivada Space Networks GmbH is launching and operating a constellation of low-earth-orbit satellites to redefine secure, global connectivity for governments and enterprises. Rivada has developed a state-of-the art orbital network consisting of 600 satellites interconnected via laserlinks. We can connect any two points on the globe without touching the ground, for unparalleled security, latency, throughput, reach and mobility.
WHO WE ARE
Now we are looking for the best talents for our locations in Munich and Berlin to help us make our vision come true.
- Performing mission analysis to support the various working groups across the Rivada Space Networks system and relevant contractors:
- Constellation engineering
- Communication and network system engineering
- End-to-end performance engineering
- Launch activities
- Space segment prime contractors
- Close coordination with other analysis working groups to streamline analysis activities
- Definition of simulation objectives and respective requirements
- Development of in-house mission analysis solutions in FreeFlyer
- Professional documentation and presentation of analysis results
- Consolidation and definition of simulation tools and their interfaces
- Planning and coordination of analysis and simulation tool development activities
- Selection of technologies to foster a streamlined analysis and simulation framework
- Supporting the development of in-house simulation and analysis tools
WHAT YOU BRING ON THE TABLE
- Successfully completed degree in space engineering or comparable
- 3+ years of experience in space systems Mission Analysis, ideally in the context of a space-based telecommunication program
- Dot-connector with system understanding of constellation design and dependencies
- Very good knowledge of constellation characteristics
- Very good knowledge of orbital mechanics and flight dynamics
- Good knowledge of orbit maneuvering
- Very good understanding of satellite architecture and subsystems (propulsion, EPS, thermal)
- Very good knowledge in use of code driven mission analysis and computation tools such as FreeFlyer, STK, GMAT and Matlab
- Good understanding of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
- General understanding of satellite communication systems and link budgeting
- General knowledge of ECSS, CCSDS, constellation M&C
- Excellent written and spoken English
- Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio) and Sharepoint
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Nice to have:
- Excellent understanding of OOP and software architectures
- Coding experience with OOP SW development languages like Python, .NET framework or other modern programming languages
- Very good knowledge of cross-software interfacing using APIs
- Good knowledge of database technologies and respective APIs
- Practical knowledge of DevOps tools like Gitlab or other
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN US
If this sounds like you, we will be happy to discuss. Please send us your CV
Rivada Space Networks is an equal opportunity employer with the approach to create a diverse and inclusive working environment. We therefore welcome applications from all qualified candidates irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, beliefs, age, disability, or other characteristics.
Rivada Space Networks GmbH is launching and operating a constellation of low-earth-orbit satellites to redefine secure, global connectivity for governments and enterprises. With offices in Germany and the United States, Rivada has developed a state-of-the art orbital network consisting of 600 satellites interconnected via laserlinks. We can connect any two points on the globe without touching the ground, for unparalleled security, latency, throughput, reach and mobility.
By putting infrastructure in space and thus creating a network that is truly global, we will be able to provide a new and revolutionary solution for today’s biggest data networking challenges. Two highly innovative and reputable companies will construct and launch our satellites.
Rivada is working with Terran Orbital to manufacture and SpaceX to launch our satellites. Deployment starts in 2025 with full-service launch in 2026.