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Electrical Ground Support Equipment (egse) Engineer

Salary: £50

Location: Stevenage

Job type: Contract

Category: Electronics

Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) Engineer (Satellites) - £50 per hour inside ir35 (overtime available) - 12 months (extension highly likely) - Hertfordshire - onsite working - Sector: Space Exploration / Aerospace Yolk Recruitment are recruiting for an Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) Engineer to work with a global leader in the satellite industry advancing the limits of industry. This is an exciting opportunity to oversee procurement as well as day to day support of the electrical test racks used during spacecraft build and test. The job includes validation and routine maintenance as well as configuring, maintaining, and administering the computers on the EGSE network. Responsibilities: Maintenance and fault finding of electronic/RF test racks. Computer system and networks administration. Programming and scripting languages. Environmental and launch test campaign. Preparing test specifications for test racks, reviewing data packs from suppliers, and supporting reviews of test equipment design and non-conformances. Core Skills: Must be eligible for SC security clearance. Good theoretical and practical knowledge of electronic and RF test racks Fault finding skills down to board and component level. Network and computer administration in Windows and Linux environments Good documentation skills (procedures, reports etc.) Knowledge of interfaces such as Mil-1553, SpaceWire, CAN bus, RS232/422 etc. ATE environments such as PCI, VXI, PXI etc. Competent in the use of a variety of general-purpose lab test equipment Knowledge of test systems. Design, manufacture, and commissioning of test systems. Willing to support shifts and travel overseas on test campaigns as required. Desirable Skills: Hold a current SC security clearance. Experience of electrical integration of equipment on a spacecraft. Working knowledge of TMTC Databases. Writing test sequences/scripts for execution of spacecraft systems tests including FDIR from the Central Checkout System (CCS)


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