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Command & Control Systems Engineer - Flight Test

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Keywords

Flight Testing Control Engineering Telecommunications Broadcast Engineering Communication Data Processing Instrumentation Engineering Infrastructure Management Maintenance Telemetry Sustainability Web Platforms

Description

COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER - FLIGHT TEST

INITIAL 6 MONTH CONTRACT (likely extensions)
ANDALUSIA, SPAIN
UP TO APPROX. €60 - €70/HOUR (40+ hours per week)

MUST BE EU CITIZEN

This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the development of a brand new, next generation, all-electric aircraft that is set to completely revolutionise the future of cross-country travel in the coming years.

This cutting edge, futuristic concept combines the two key factors of convenience and sustainability through the development of their digital platforms and green power technology.

They are now urgently looking for a Command & Control Systems Engineer to join the Flight Test team where you will be responsible for supporting all technical and operational activities related to systems such as the command & control radio telemetry systems & ground control station radio systems for the flight test campaign as well as supporting the development of the flight test infrastructure.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Communicate with different Engineering teams to define appropriate instrumentation requirements
  • Design solutions and improvements for the systems
  • Provide general dispositions to system maintenance, including repair and troubleshooting instructions
  • Evaluate system health with real flight test data

Requirements:

  • Degree in relevant Engineering area
  • 3+ Years' Experience in a flight test, UAV/UAS OR telecom environment is required
  • Experience with data processing & analysis

If you are interested in this role, apply today for immediate consideration

Start date
n.a
Duration
6
From
IO Associates
Published at
19.11.2022
Project ID:
2500781
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