Electronics Engineer

Jun 7, 2021

We are a young, Monaco-based enterprise in the field of small satellites, with our own production facility and team. We are looking for a versatile, embedded electronics engineer with experience in small satellites for a full-time position.

The candidate will join a collaborative and multicultural team to develop innovative nanosatellite solutions for multiple projects. The individual will be responsible for hardware development during all phases of a development cycle, including requirements, design, implementation, test, integration, and documentation in a fast-paced environment.

Employees are expected to take initiative and be responsible for their own day-to-day planning and workload.


Specific tasks will include:

  • Working in a small, multidisciplinary team to develop solutions for ongoing and future projects;
  • Participating in hardware requirements, design, implementation, and testing discussions;
  • Schematic design and layout of Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) for digital, analogue and basic RF systems;
  • Work with board houses to coordinate fabrication and assembly of new designs;
  • Board bring-up and test, including in-house soldering of prototypes;
  • Develop assembly procedures, test plans, and fabrication documentation;
  • Electrical support for spacecraft Assembly, Integration and Test in a cleanroom environment;
  • Assessing various project opportunities.



  • BS or MS in Electronics Engineering or equivalent degree required;
  • Previous experience as an electronics engineer, preferably in a satellite avionics design capacity;
  • Experience with electronics CAD software for schematic capture and layout;
  • Experience using standard electrical test equipment: oscilloscope, power supply, logic analyzer;
  • Knowledgeable about common physical layer protocols (I2C, SPI, UART, USB, Ethernet);
  • Working-level understanding of basic RF systems such as modern integrated RF ICs;
  • Experience working with flight hardware in a controlled environment (cleanliness and ESD);
  • Ability to work methodically in a lab environment to maintain cleanliness and organization;
  • Experience with soldering (down to 0402) for prototyping, debug and board modifications as needed;
  • Good communication with team members, and ability to provide and receive constructive criticism;
  • Professional use of written and oral English language is mandatory.


  • Experience with the full development cycle of a CubeSat mission;
  • Good connections within the CubeSat community.

Interested in the position?

Please attach your cover letter and resume and we’ll get back to you.

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