We are looking for a physicist with simulation and experimental laboratory skills to work on merging the world of the largest Earth Observation satellites of the Copernicus program with the rapidly developing world of small operational nano- and microsatellites.
Skills and qualifications
- MSc in physics is required, a PhD is a strong advantage
- A few years of working experience is required
- Experience with performance calculations, spectrometers, spectral imagers and stray light is an advantage
- Ability to speak and write English fluently in a professional working environment
A part-time or full-time job in a dynamic and international setting, where you can combine your scientific knowledge with highly innovative technology and applications, with good and flexible working conditions.
Interested in this position?
You are welcome to send us your application. You can submit your CV and a short letter explaining why you want to work at cosine using the contact form shown below. We accept most file formats, but we prefer PDF.