Spacecraft Operations jobs in Germany

#1
Hi

I'm an ex REME Avionics tech myself and been flying spacecraft for the European Space Agency for the past ten years.

We often have vacancies which would ideally suit REME or Signals techs. The pay is decent and it is based in Darmstadt Germany ( 20 Km south of Frankfurt, Robert-Bosch-Straße , Darmstadt - Google Maps )

If you want more details then drop me a PM.
 
#2
Sounds fascinating; unfortunately I am not qualified.

Slipping into Arrser mode, can you confirm that the US didn't put money into manned missions to Mars because they've been secretly going there for the past 10 years anyway?
 
#4
Sounds fascinating; unfortunately I am not qualified.

Slipping into Arrser mode, can you confirm that the US didn't put money into manned missions to Mars because they've been secretly going there for the past 10 years anyway?
I can't confirm that, although it might explain why we lost Beagle 2 when we dropped it on Mars, it may have seen something it shouldn't have.......

ShuttleDoorGunner

Do you have the patch though?
No need, I've got my REME BAT wings, that trumps all.
 
#5
Just got a new vacancy come up, if anyone is interested then drop me a message.

Spacecraft Controller

Candidates should have a solid background in a technical or electronic environment, to the level of Senior Technician. A formal qualification to ONC or HNC would be advantageous. Ex service personnel should have completed a service College apprenticeship in electronics/telecommunications, and possess a background in Avionics, Air Defence, Air Radar or Communications.



Alternatively the position is also open for graduates with a qualification in a related subject such as Aerospace Engineering, Satellite Communications, Telecommunications, Physics etc.



Experience working with computer systems and PC literacy is required.

Database knowledge would be useful.



Candidates must be adaptable, self disciplined and able to work in a calm and correct manner under conditions of stress.



The position requires to work a shift rota, candidates must be able to fit in well within a small operations team.
 
#11
I'll forward this to a mate, I take it for a Spacon the contract linked to a specific mission - which one?
There are two vacancies at the moment, not certain which missions at the moment though. There are a few people due to change positions so it's going to shuffle things around. Most likely missions are GOCE or Galileo at ESOC and over the road at EUMETSAT on Metop.
 
#12
There are two vacancies at the moment, not certain which missions at the moment though. There are a few people due to change positions so it's going to shuffle things around. Most likely missions are GOCE or Galileo at ESOC and over the road at EUMETSAT on Metop.
PM sent Wharfe
 

Alsacien

MIA
Moderator
#13
There are two vacancies at the moment, not certain which missions at the moment though. There are a few people due to change positions so it's going to shuffle things around. Most likely missions are GOCE or Galileo at ESOC and over the road at EUMETSAT on Metop.
Cheers, can get the rest of the details myself. When you say shuffle do you mean the normal Thorn/Vega/et al contract change bun fight, or just individuals?
 
#14
Cheers, can get the rest of the details myself. When you say shuffle do you mean the normal Thorn/Vega/et al contract change bun fight, or just individuals?
Shuffling within the same company (Serco) under the ops frame contract. No big contract renewals at the moment (Engineers one just started last month), you sound like you are well aware of what goes on, did you used to work here as well?
 

Alsacien

MIA
Moderator
#15
Shuffling within the same company (Serco) under the ops frame contract. No big contract renewals at the moment (Engineers one just started last month), you sound like you are well aware of what goes on, did you used to work here as well?
I guess that will be everyones favourite cynical scouser Mark T then - nope never heard of the place.
... and nobody has ever really worked at space club have they? ;-)
 
#16
Another new Spacecraft Controller vacancy available, contact me if you are interested.

Cheers

Spacecraft Controller

Candidates should have a solid background in a technical or electronic environment, to the level of Senior Technician. A formal qualification to ONC or HNC would be advantageous. Ex service personnel should have completed a service College apprenticeship in electronics/telecommunications, and possess a background in Avionics, Air Defence, Air Radar or Communications.



Alternatively the position is also open for graduates with a qualification in a related subject such as Aerospace Engineering, Satellite Communications, Telecommunications, Physics etc.



Experience working with computer systems and PC literacy is required.

Database knowledge would be useful.



Candidates must be adaptable, self disciplined and able to work in a calm and correct manner under conditions of stress.



The position requires to work a shift rota, candidates must be able to fit in well within a small operations team.
 
#17
Got a few more Spacecraft Controller vacancies coming up if there is anyone interested.

Drop me a PM for more details

Candidates should have a solid background in a technical or electronic environment, to the level of Senior Technician. A formal qualification to ONC or HNC would be advantageous. Ex service personnel should have completed a service College apprenticeship in electronics/telecommunications, and possess a background in Avionics, Air Defence, Air Radar or Communications.

Alternatively the position is also open for graduates with a qualification in a related subject such as Aerospace Engineering, Satellite Communications, Telecommunications, Physics etc.
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads

Top