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Telenor Group
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Fornebu
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Satellite Engineer
Responsibilities

The Spacecraft Engineer – shall support all technical areas within the Satellite Operations department, e.g. flight dynamics/orbital mechanics, satellite platforms with associated sub-systems, power management, payload configuration and ground control systems.
Qualifications
  • Education from university or equivalent with Bachelor or Master Degree in Spacecraft/Aerospace, Satellite operations/communication, Applied Physics or Electronics.
  • 3-5 years of experience with communication satellites, or other relevant experience from satellite engineering or orbital mechanics. Newly graduated engineers will be considered if academic curriculum is relevant.
  • Knowledge of geostationary satellite platforms.
  • Programming skills essential. (Python, Java, C++ etc).
  • Network experience an advantage.
  • Spoken and written Norwegian and English is essential.
  • It will be advantageous to have experience from technical 24/7 operational environments.
  • Successful gaining security clearance is a condition of employment.
Tasks and responsibilities will include:
  • Monitor spacecraft health, performing trend analysis of the Thor satellite subsystems.
  • Generate health reports as required based on trend analysis data.
  • Follow SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) providing expert technical support to the satellite controller team.
  • Develop, maintain and validate scripts and procedures for mission operations
    Liaise with spacecraft manufacturers to resolve possible problems and optimize satellite performance.
  • Understand Ground/Spacecraft capabilities, limitations, and operating modes.
  • Support satellite procurement projects as required.
Travel may occasionally be required for short periods. Oslo area shall be the primary place of work.
Personal qualifications
  • Service minded, customer satisfaction in focus, to support outside regular office hours is a prerequisite.
  • Structured, on time, tidy workspace, and good control of documentation and responsibilities.
  • Autonomous, plan and prioritize own activities.
  • Curious, willing to learn.
  • Team player.
We can offer:
  • A challenging and exciting work environment.
  • Good welfare offers.
  • Salary based upon qualifications.
  • Good pension and insurance schemes.
  • The position offers great learning and development potential for a curious and interested engineer with an interest in satellites and the space environment.

For questions, please contact Richard Buckley (Director Satellite Operations), phone +47 952 40 788
Last day for applying is 1 May 2024.
About Telenor Satellite
Telenor Satellite is a major European satellite provider of premium TV broadcasting services throughout the Nordics and CEE, as well as VSAT data communications to the maritime and land-based sectors across EMEA.
We utilise a hybrid network that comprises of our 1° West satellite fleet, teleports, and a terrestrial fibre network, we are ideally positioned to keep our clients seamlessly connected via satellite.
Telenor Satellite is fully owned by Space Norway since January 2024. We are currently located at the Telenor Group’s hub in Fornebu. Our main ground station Nittedal Teleport is located at Nittedal/Hakadal, north of Oslo.
www.telenorsat.com
About Space Norway
Space Norway’s task is to manage and further develop strategic and security-critical space infrastructure safeguarding basic national functions.
Space Norway’s activity level has increased significantly in recent years, as several essential space programs and projects have been carried to completion.
In addition to transmitting satellite data to customers worldwide, Space Norway owns and is responsible for the fibreoptic connection between mainland Norway and Svalbard. The fibre connection has triggered significant space-related business development and provided benefits for the Svalbard community.
www.spacenorway.no/en
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