Electronics Engineer

Vilnius
We are looking for a self-reliant and experienced electronics engineer who would promptly design small satellite electronic subsystems. Typically these systems have to be highly reliable, consume small amount of energy while still maintaining their high functionality. Combine these requirements with the tight schedules that we work with and you have got yourself one hell of a challenge. If this inspires you rather than scares you away – you must apply!

Your daily tasks would include: designing schematics of small satellite electronic subsystems, routing PCBs, ordering their parts and production, testing your and your fellow colleagues’ creations.
Requirements:
  • Higher education in the field of electronics engineering
  • At least 2 years of experience in electronics engineering
  • At least 2 years experience using Altium Designer software
  • Strong attention to details
A plus:
  • RF experience
  • Analog circuitry experience
  • Power electronics experience
  • FPGA experience
  • Hands-on experience

About us:

We are NanoAvionics, the only one well-funded company in Lithuania which designs, manufactures and operates small satellites. Our team is a group of young, smart and ambitious individuals who have numerous successful satellite missions under their belts. The global small satellite market we supply our products to is at the very first stages of development, therefore technological innovations are the key priority to us – that’s why we want to work with talented people like you!

Perks:

  • A collaborative environment with engaged, smart and supportive colleagues
  • Brand new office and R&D facilities with all technical equipment and software you will need for your efficient workflow
  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible working hours
  • Did we mention Space?? (possibly it’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to launch your creations to space!)

Interested?

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Electronics Engineer Application

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