Satellite System Engineer

  • Part Time
  • SATELLITE SYSTEMS
  • JAPAN
  • Posted 3 months ago
  • Salary: 4,000,000 ~ 10,000,000(JPY)
  • Migration is required

Company Details

Commercialize the World’s First Inter-Satellite Optical Communication Network for Earth Observation Satellites

Job Description

The scope of responsibility is development of optical data relay satellite which will be deployed in MEO. We design the satellite bus and mission components for relay satellite at the moment, and you’ll be responsible for design, manufacture, evaluation, launch,  and operation with our foreign suppliers based on your experience and skill. You will be able to work on satellite development from design phase after the first generation. In addition, management capability in English is required for this position.

Location

・Head Office:2-5-1-203, Azuma, Tsukuba city, Ibaraki JP.(Station:Tsukuba station.)
・You can work from home. (It is preferable to work at office for 2~3 days /week.)
・We can offer the opportunity of part-time contract, etc., feel free to contact us.

Business Hour

Flex time
11:00-16:00 is coretime.

Salary

4,000,000 ~ 10,000,000(JPY)
※Based on skill and experience
※SO will be offered based on your experience and skill.

Holidays

2days a week. (optional)
◇ over 120 day-off a year.
◇Summer vacation
◇Year-end holiday (Christmas)

Employee benefit

  • Employee insurance
  • Pension
  • Health insurance

About WARPSPACE

We are backed by various stakeholders, such as angel investors, VCs operated by Japanese leading banks, space funds, and governmental subsidy in order to build the optical communication network in outer space. In recent years, space industry is rapidly expanding centering on the earth observation market using LEO satellites, but its potential is not fully utilized due to the lack of connectivity between space and ground. By eliminating this bottleneck with our communication infrastructure, we believe that we can contribute to develop a more sustainable society.

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