RHEA is currently recruiting a Radio Navigation Engineer to support the Radio Navigation Systems & Techniques Section at our client’s premises in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Tasks and Activities
The scope of work will include:
- Support to Navigation Projects (e.g. EGNOS and GALILEO) for signal design for current and future evolution of the systems;
- Participation in studies supporting current and future radio navigation system definition and/or analysis (EGNOS/GALILEO evolutions and GPS modernisation) regarding system, signals-in-space design and ground processing;
- Design, definition and follow up of industrial contract related to the procurement of GNSS receiver for infrastructure or user applications
- Design, definition and follow up of R&D contract related to the procurement of GNSS future ground/space infrastructure receiver and user technology
- Support implementation, maintenance and operation of complex Radio Navigation simulation and test facilities for testing receivers and applications
- Support design and testing of Radio Navigation equipment.
- Support End to End GALILEO/EGNOS System Integration, Validation and Qualification activities in particular in the area of receiver and user equipment testing
Skills and Experience
The following skills and experience are mandatory:
- A Master Degree in Telecom Engineering and 4 years of experience as a minimum are required as well as background and experience on GNSS navigation performance and spacecraft system engineering.
- Specific knowledge in the design and testing of Radio Navigation systems and equipment.
- Strong knowledge on the design of satellite navigation systems, ranging and positioning techniques, RF, signal processing techniques, and digital navigation receivers.
- Several years experience relevant with the GNSS1 and GALILEO systems and equipment and have and good knowledge of Radio Navigation simulation and testing systems.
- Specialist in the implementation, maintenance and operation of complex Radio Navigation simulation and test facilities for spacecraft, aircraft, maritime and land mobile applications.