Minimize R&D Remote Sensing Engineer (Signal Processing)

Date added: 26 March 2019

Organisation: GEO University on behalf of isardSAT

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Job description

isardSAT are looking for a Graduate in Telecommunications engineering, Physics, Maths, or other relevant discipline for their R&D team.

The primary role of the selected candidate will be to participate, support, develop, and eventually run, projects in the Earth Observation field, which include development and implementation of algorithms.

The scientific algorithms are typically under Linux operating systems, and the most frequently development languages are MatLab, C/C++ and Python.

isardSAT offer a great work environment and the chance to work with an international multidisciplinary team. Specific training from senior experts will be also provided. This position requires travelling to European countries for meetings. It is a great opportunity to foster a career in remote sensing in projects of scientific excellence and worldwide reputation.

Applicants with a PhD and interested in this research are also invited to apply; they will be considered for a three-year post-doc position.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities

To be considered for this position, you must have:

  • Telecommunications engineering, Physics, Astrophysics, Applied Mathematics, Earth and Planetary Sciences, or a related area degree.
  • Good grades in Maths and Physics.
  • Very good knowledge of C/C++, Python and/or MatLab.
  • Experience with altimetry processing is considered an asset.
  • Have an aptitude for problem solving, self-motivated: be able to work as an individual and as part of a team, able to communicate effectively with a range of people, to work to tight deadlines in a logical manner and with attention to detail.
  • Permission to work in Catalonia.
  • Interest in Earth Science and Space Industry.
  • Proficient in spoken and written English.

Learn more about the opportunity and how to apply.

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