Iridium Satellite

Iridium’s mission is to create and enable innovative connectivity solutions for individuals, organizations, and governments all over the world.

 

Iridium is committed to being a fulfilling and rewarding place to work where people are proud of what they do and are inspired to be the best they can be. We are committed to helping our employees and their families lead healthy, productive lives.

 

Some of our benefit offerings include:
    ● Competitive, market-driven salaries

    ● Premium Medical, Dental, and Vision plans

    ● Health Savings Account (HSA) / Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

    ● Annual Bonus Plan and Annual Merit Increase Opportunities

    ● Employee Equity Awards

    ● Retirement 401(k) Plans and Employer Matching

    ● Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability

    ● Education Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement

    ● Career Development & Training Assistance

    ● Charitable Grants and Donation Matching Program

    ● Vacation, Sick Days, Floating Holidays, and Volunteer Time Off

    ● Paid Holidays

    ● Paid Parental Leave

    ● Headspace Membership

 

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Job Locations US-ND-Grand Forks AFB
Job ID 2024-3464
What We’re Looking For: If you are a science and space enthusiast who is excited about working on cutting-edge technology and with a talented team of professionals, then you will be excited about the Ground System Operator I opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Ground System Operator I, you will participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the SDA Operations Center in Grand Forks, ND. RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROVIDED!!! Inquire about details.  You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24/7, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to learn and execute new technical skills and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do:  - Assist with real-time monitoring of the ground system in support of the SDA mission - Participate in analyzing operational data and executing first level troubleshooting to resolve issues - Assist with monitoring spacecraft fleet-level health and status - Work collaboratively with the team to detect and recover from issues within the Iridium ground system applications, and for a global network of remote teleport antennas and Wide Area Network (WAN). - Support real-time anomaly investigation and resolution and follow established Fault Escalation policies and procedures - Support process improvement initiatives by properly documenting all events through an anomaly and issue reporting process - Create accurate, timely, and descriptive event logging for all ground system outages or system events
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-ND-Grand Forks AFB
Job ID 2024-3463
What We’re Looking For: If you are a science and space enthusiast who is excited about working on cutting-edge technology and with a talented team of professionals, then you will be excited about the Ground System Operator II opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Ground System Operator II, you will participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the SDA Operations Center in Grand Forks, ND. RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROVIDED!!! Inquire about details. You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24/7, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to learn and execute new technical skills and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do:  - Perform real-time monitoring of the ground system in support of the SDA mission - Analyze operational data and execute first level troubleshooting to resolve issues - Monitor spacecraft fleet-level health and status - Work collaboratively with the team to detect and recover from issues within the Iridium ground system applications, and for a global network of remote teleport antennas and Wide Area Network (WAN). - Support real-time anomaly investigation and resolution and follow established Fault Escalation policies and procedures - Support process improvement initiatives by properly documenting all events through an anomaly and issue reporting process - Create accurate, timely, and descriptive event logging for all ground system outages or system events
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AL-Redstone Arsenal
Job ID 2024-3461
What We’re Looking For: If you are enthusiastic about working in the space industry, then you will be excited about the Engineer I, Mission Planner opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Mission Planner, you’ll autonomously participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the Operations Center in Huntsville, AL. You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24-hour, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to be part of a team on the forefront of one of the most advanced satellite constellations in the world and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Top Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do: - Assist your team in the scheduling of all satellite and ground resources to accomplish mission objectives; help with performing activity deconfliction, resource allocation, and determining optimal load balancing for traffic on the network - Participate in creating, validating, and distributing all necessary products for the network including satellite and ground site schedules, antenna acquisition tables, and satellite routing almanacs - Work closely with other teams to incorporate and deconflict maintenance events and special scheduling tasks - Play a role in crafting the development and maintenance of Mission Planning procedures - Continuously look for ways to improve tools and processes for streamlined operations
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AL-Redstone Arsenal
Job ID 2024-3459
What We’re Looking For:   If you are enthusiastic about working in the space industry, then you will be excited about the Engineer III, Mission Planner opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Mission Planner, you’ll participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the Operations Center in Huntsville, AL. You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24-hour, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to be part of a team on the forefront of one of the most advanced satellite constellations in the world and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Top Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do: - Perform the scheduling of all satellite and ground resources to accomplish mission objectives; perform activity deconfliction, resource allocation, and determine optimal load balancing for traffic on the network - Create, validate, and distribute all necessary products for the network including satellite and ground site schedules, antenna acquisition tables, and satellite routing almanacs - Work closely with other teams to incorporate and deconflict maintenance events and special scheduling tasks - Take an active role in the development and maintenance of Mission Planning procedures - Continuously look for ways to improve tools and processes for streamlined operations
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AL-Redstone Arsenal
Job ID 2024-3452
What We’re Looking For: If you are a science and space enthusiast who is excited about working on cutting-edge technology and with a talented team of professionals, then you will be excited about the Ground System Operator I opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Ground System Operator I, you will participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the SDA Operations Center in Huntsville, AL. RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROVIDED!!! Inquire about details.  You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24/7, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to learn and execute new technical skills and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do:  - Assist with real-time monitoring of the ground system in support of the SDA mission - Participate in analyzing operational data and executing first level troubleshooting to resolve issues - Assist with monitoring spacecraft fleet-level health and status - Work collaboratively with the team to detect and recover from issues within the Iridium ground system applications, and for a global network of remote teleport antennas and Wide Area Network (WAN). - Support real-time anomaly investigation and resolution and follow established Fault Escalation policies and procedures - Support process improvement initiatives by properly documenting all events through an anomaly and issue reporting process - Create accurate, timely, and descriptive event logging for all ground system outages or system events
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AL-Redstone Arsenal
Job ID 2024-3451
What We’re Looking For: If you are a science and space enthusiast who is excited about working on cutting-edge technology and with a talented team of professionals, then you will be excited about the Ground System Operator II opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Ground System Operator II, you will participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the SDA Operations Center in Huntsville, AL. RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROVIDED!!! Inquire about details.  You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24/7, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to learn and execute new technical skills and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do:  - Perform real-time monitoring of the ground system in support of the SDA mission - Analyze operational data and execute first level troubleshooting to resolve issues - Monitor spacecraft fleet-level health and status - Work collaboratively with the team to detect and recover from issues within the Iridium ground system applications, and for a global network of remote teleport antennas and Wide Area Network (WAN). - Support real-time anomaly investigation and resolution and follow established Fault Escalation policies and procedures - Support process improvement initiatives by properly documenting all events through an anomaly and issue reporting process - Create accurate, timely, and descriptive event logging for all ground system outages or system events
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
Job ID 2024-3441
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking a motivated 3GPP Standards Principal RAN Architect to join our System Architecture Team and lead integration efforts between Iridium and 4G/5G networks. As a 3GPP Standards Principal RAN Architect, you’ll work closely with peer system architects and senior management to establish strategic plans and objectives in support of Iridium’s goals in evolving terrestrial and non-terrestrial radio access networks. This role will encompass leading efforts to advocate for Iridium in 3GPP standards, as well as driving adoption of 5G technologies within Iridium’s network roadmap. As such, it is a unique opportunity to be at the intersection of satellite and terrestrial networks. You’ll be successful in this role if you enjoy developing a long-term vision and leading cross-functional teams to establish partnerships and coalitions to pursue common goals in the standards bodies and industry.   What You’ll Do: - Analyze options for deploying 3GPP radio access network architectures to support our long-term strategic goals - Craft proposals to align 3GPP standards and Iridum system architecture roadmaps to benefit from 3GPP standard architectures and commercial components - Lead the process of setting standards for new service developments. Act as a standards representative/agent of change within the company - Represent Iridium in standards meetings and lead the development of 3GPP standards relevant to Iridium’s business - Manage competing constraints for both long-term goals and operational requirements when architecting solutions - Provides subject matter expertise to ensure standards options are well communicated and well documented to ensure the system architecture is supportable within the approved standards
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3439
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking an exceptional and experienced Manager. In this role you will lead a team that is responsible for the research, development, testing, and sustaining engineering activities of Iridium services and ground communications infrastructure. Working in this role, you’ll lead a team that is also responsible for verifying the reliability and robustness of Iridium products and communication services and will participate in the development activities related to our test automation efforts. Demonstrated work experience in managing a team responsible for engineering practices and software/hardware testing is necessary for success in this position.   What You’ll Do: - Foster and develop a highly effective team of engineers to facilitate test activities and projects - Mentor, guide and coach your team by regularly performing check-ins/one-on-ones, discussing career growth opportunities, giving feedback, and acknowledging performance issues - Lead the integration and test efforts of multiple simultaneous objectives that span several functions - Develop and maintain the overall budget, goals, and schedules for the team - Develop and maintain test programs while coordinating multiple test resources and external stakeholder expectations - Lead the test execution, analysis, issue resolution, reporting efforts of the team - Drive the development of processes, methods, tools, and automation resources to reduce test cycle time and improve quality - Utilize broad knowledge to assess and direct team members and to provide high-quality, cost effective system integration, test and support services to customers
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
Job ID 2024-3427
Director, Software Engineering (Tempe, AZ) Iridium Satellite, LLC seeks a Director, Software Engineering (Tempe, AZ) to manage strategic relationships between internal IT resources, business units, end users, vendors, and partner organizations. Foster and develop a highly effective, teamwork environment where accountability, and clear effective communication is demonstrated. Work closely with lines of business, peers and executive leadership, play key role in the growth of the department and organization. Directly implement initiatives for new software products, billing system and revenue management applications. Organize software update process for existing billing system applications and coordinate the roll-out of software releases, ensuring adherence to specifications, deadlines, and budgets. Ensure product deliveries meet business requirements and are delivered in a complete and well-packaged manner for the operations team to deploy and operate. Hold accountability for resolution of significant risks and issues to leadership and implementation of lessons learned. Ensure team resources have a defined training plan to provide career growth, new skills, as well as provide properly trained resources to execute on long term roadmap. Manage 7 direct reports holding the titles of 1 Manager, 3 Senior Software Engineers, and 3 Software Engineers. 20% domestic travel and 20% international travel required. Local telecommuting permitted up to 2 days per week.
Category
Information Technology
Job Locations US-VA-Leesburg | US-VA-McLean
Job ID 2024-3403
What We’re Looking For: If you are passionate about space and deploying disruptive space technology, then you will be excited about the Senior Manager, Systems Engineering opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Senior Manager, Systems Engineering you’ll manage multiple activities/projects including managing delivery of high-quality results and complex solutions, along with collaborating with cross-functional teams. In this role, you will focus primarily on technical aspects of the architecture and design of the program. You will thrive in this role if you have extensive experience in systems engineering and strong knowledge in design of satellite command and control networks.   This position requires an active/current Top Secret Security Clearance with the ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).     What You’ll Do: - Foster and develop a highly effective team of Systems Engineers to facilitate EPT (Engineering Product Team) activities and projects - Mentor and train your team by performing regular check-ins, discussing career growth opportunities, giving constructive feedback, and managing conflict when necessary - Use your breadth of knowledge to drive and define line of business/functional knowledge, ensuring system engineering best practices and processes are applied to ground and payload controller systems developed for various external projects - Perform required analysis, definition, decomposition, and management of Space and Ground Segments - Work closely with other project System Engineers on current government based projects - Be responsible for exercising technical authority over projects - Work closely with Program Managers and other key stakeholders to determine resource needs, technical development schedules, and major milestones - Conduct required system analysis (functional & performance), interface definition, concept of operations definition, detailed trade studies, and analyzing multiple data sources to respond to frequent, complex and high impact situations - Lead the segment technical team in support of major reviews such as: Systems Requirements Review (SRR), Preliminary Design Review (PDR), Critical Design Review (CDR), Test Readiness Review (TRR), and Operations Readiness Review (ORR) - Be accountable for the coordination and delivery of multiple or complex technical assignments designed with end goals in mind, including managing shifting priorities - Be accountable for ensuring that projects meet technical performance targets, deliver quality results, and activities are well-designed and meet overall project objectives - Serve as a sounding board on strategic project decisions and provide system engineering best practices in program design and delivery, utilizing critical thinking skills to better design new or developing systems
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
Job ID 2024-3400
What We’re Looking For: Embark on an exciting journey in the world of satellite communication as a Configuration Control Specialist at Iridium. With your experience, you'll play an important role in the success of our Satellite Communication Systems. Joining our dynamic team, you'll help execute program and project Operations Configuration Control efforts, implementing release processes and software builds. Additionally, you'll contribute to change management, product release strategies, and other related tasks. If you're seeking a stimulating environment where you can utilize your skills and make an impact, we invite you to apply. Join us in revolutionizing the way satellite communication is executed and take your career to new heights.   What You’ll Do: - Support Software, Systems and Operations Engineering in the identification of project/program configuration items and associated configuration documentation - Collaborate with our architecture, infrastructure, and core CRM development teams to automate operations for the software development teams - Facilitate Change Control Boards and track change records from creation to release and implementation - Coordinate with other engineering disciplines and internal and external customers to ensure compliance with all regulatory and Software CM requirements - Oversee software builds, and deployments - Troubleshoot failed builds, and collaboratinge with the appropriate development team when needed - Participate in emergency incident response and investigations - Show willingness to research and implement continuous process improvements to processes and utilize technologies used more effectively - Produce Software CM related metrics and report to project/program stakeholders - Ensure compliance with manufacturing license agreements, export compliance, security regulations and Iridum’s information protection processes - Perform Scrum Master role for projects following an Agile based methodology
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
Job ID 2024-3393
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking an exceptional entry-level Java Developer to join our B/OSS delivery team. As the Java Developer, you will be primarily responsible for participating in Java-based application development and will provide technical support, as required, to support the operations and Tier2 teams.  You will display a growing proficiency in your software development skills and will have a vested interest in the long-term success of your work as a part of the larger Iridium mission.   What You’ll Do: - Participate in developing and maintaining Java and PHP based applications and REST and SOAP APIs - Contribute to the efforts of modernizing our applications with the latest tools and technologies - Work collaboratively with the development, integration and testing teams - Assist with the integration, documentation, testing and deployment of application - Work in an Agile Scrum team’s development cycle - Support QA efforts, by resolving issues and defects in a timely manner - Strictly adhere to the development process, coding standards and guidelines
Category
Information Technology
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3390
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking a motivated Principal Software System Engineer to join our Space Vehicle Software Team! As a Principal Software System Engineer, you’ll work with senior management to implement strategic plans and objectives, including managing delivery of high-quality results and complex solutions. In this role, you’ll be responsible for being the Principal Software System Engineer for Iridium’s new NB-IoT program known as Stardust, and your primary focus will be all technical aspects of the architecture and design of the space-based functionality of that service.  You’ll be successful in this role if you have extensive experience in Software and System Engineering and in-depth knowledge of both space and ground telephony networks and have worked with 3GPP specifications and specifically NB-IoT.   What You’ll Do: - Use your breadth of knowledge to support definition and decomposition of system level requirements, ensuring system engineering best practices and processes are applied to payload systems developed for the Dynamic Network Architecture program - Perform required analysis, definition, decomposition, and management - Be responsible for exercising technical authority over projects - Work closely with Project Managers and the Software Development team to determine resource needs, technical development schedules, and major milestones - Conduct required system analysis (functional & performance), interface definition, and detailed trade studies, analyzing multiple data sources to respond to frequent, complex, and high-impact situations - Lead the segment technical team in support of major reviews such as: Software Requirement Review, Preliminary Design Review, and Program Increment Demonstrations - Responsible for the coordination and delivery of multiple or complex technical assignments designed with end goals in mind, including managing shifting priorities - Responsible for ensuring that projects deliver quality results, activities are well designed and overall project objectives are met - Play a key role in providing system engineering best practices in program design and delivery - Partner with stakeholders to understand their technical needs - Demonstrate the ability to understand how complex issues are affecting project operations, and identify and design the formation of innovative solutions from concept through to completion - Comfortably present complex results with limited preparation and develop ability to speak persuasively to those within the team - Identify and manage issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of complex factors - Utilize critical thinking skills to better design new or developing systems
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-VA-McLean
Job ID 2024-3354
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking a self-motivated Senior Mechanical Engineer to join the Iridium Product Engineering Team.   As a member of the Product Development Team, you’ll be responsible for technical product ownership to include product design, design support, product manufacturability, product sustainability, partner design integration, design validation, and product regulatory compliance.   What You’ll Do: - Be responsible for product development efforts, partner design integration, design verification and design support for internal and external customers - Develop and improve data products, reference designs, supporting documentation, and supplemental materials for partners, quality, supply chain, manufacturing, and regulatory stakeholders - Investigate, determine strategies and actions for issues and risks in new and existing designs - Manage and prioritize assignments for multiple hardware development projects adhering to deadlines, policies and procedures - Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams and diverse stakeholders to support the technical needs of large complex team projects and new product developments - Manage design data, storage, revision control, engineering changes, configuration control, and database administration
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-VA-McLean
Job ID 2024-3352
What We’re Looking For: In this role you will manage an existing team in subscriber product hardware development, testing, and sustainment engineering activities on our Product Engineering team.  As an Engineering Manager, you’ll be responsible for overseeing product testing, analysis, design, regulatory compliance, change and configuration management.  In addition to these responsibilities, you'll also get the chance to coach and mentor junior engineers, helping to shape the future of our team.    You’ll thrive in this role if you are passionate about creating reliable and robust sustainable products, interested in the long-term success of your work, and highly self reliant.   What You’ll Do: - Foster and develop a highly effective team of Product Engineers to test, analyze, and design cuttinig edge products - Facilitate a close working relationship with product owners and stakeholders to manage and prioritize issue resolution and product improvements while communicating risk, timing, cost, and value to the broader organization - Think laterally, provide analysis, make suggestions, and implement processes that improve product quality, reliability, and longevity - Perform test planning, procedure development, and analysis activities for all hardware aspects of Iridium transceivers - Mentor and train your team by evaluating employees’ performance, recognizing areas for improvement, and providing reliable solutions to problems that may impact your team’s effectiveness - Lead efforts to release new and existing designs into manufacturing, managing engineering changes, and design configurations - Work collaboratively with multi-sited global teams of software, hardware, and system development engineers - Work cross functionally to instill a strong culture of product quality within the organization - Support customers and team members to achieve project delivery milestones - Accountable for the development of customer facing documentation that clearly presents information for various stakeholders
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-VA-Leesburg | US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3340
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking a motivated Modeling and Simulation Systems Engineer to join our Government Programs Solutions Engineering Team on a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Modeling and Simulation Systems Engineer, you will work on the high-fidelity physics-based and requirements-based modeling and analysis of space and ground network systems.  In addition to performing analysis, you will participate in generating system requirements analysis, decomposition and management, functional and performance analysis, system design, system integration, as well as troubleshooting of network systems. If you enjoy new challenges and dynamic environments, then we want to talk to you!   What You’ll Do: - Drive system engineering best practices and processes to space, ground, and payload controller development for various projects - Proactively perform requirements analysis, definition, decomposition, and management - Collaborate with the Chief Engineer and Project Systems Engineers in exercising technical authority over projects - Conduct required system analysis (functional & performance), interface definition, and detailed trade studies - Play a key role in major reviews such as: Systems Requirements Review (SRR), Preliminary Design Review (PDR), and Program Increment Demonstrations - Autonomously perform simulations and analyses that ensure system designs meet technical performance targets - Build, maintain, and contribute to Modeling and Simulation of both space and ground network architectures - Build relationships with stakeholders to understand their technical needs to manage the requirements and planning of the assigned projects - Analyze data and use it to apply new ideas and approaches, such as designing and developing existing and new systems
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-VA-Leesburg | US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3337
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking a motivated Senior Systems Engineer to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for numerous technical aspects regarding the architecture and design of core system components (Mission Planning, Flight Dynamics, Ground Entry Point Manager, and Fleet Operations Monitoring) during the development life cycle of the Space Development Agency (SDA) project. You will also perform various tasks with Space Vehicle Vendors and SDA customer point of contacts to ensure that our system level development meets mission objectives. If you enjoy new challenges and dynamic environments, then we want to talk to you!   What You’ll Do: - Provide technical expertise for various components within a satellite ground system, ensuring compatibility, functionality, and performance at the system level - Develop and maintain system-level architecture and design documentation, ensuring alignment with project requirements, industry standards, and best practices - Perform requirements analysis, definition, decomposition, and management for Space and Ground Segments - Conduct risk assessments and mitigation planning for system design and development activities, identifying potential risks, developing contingency plans, and implementing risk mitigation strategies - Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including hardware, software, and network engineers, to ensure seamless design, integration, and interoperability of system components - Conduct required system analysis (functional & performance), interface definition, and detailed trade studies, analyzing data sources to respond to frequent and high impact situations - Develop content and potentially present at major reviews such as: System Requirements Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, Test Readiness Review, & Operations Readiness Review as well as Program Increment Demonstrations - Collaborate with system architects and project managers to define system-level requirements, establish technical baselines, and track performance metrics throughout the integration process
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3333
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking an exceptional and experienced Senior Test Engineer. In this role you will lead research, development, testing, and sustaining engineering activities of Iridium services and ground communications infrastructure. Working in this role, you’ll be responsible for verifying the reliability and robustness of Iridium products and communication services and will participate in the development activities related to our test automation efforts. Demonstrated work experience in engineering practices and software/hardware testing and a desire to build leadership skills are necessary for success in this position. The ideal candidate will have a vested interest in the long-term success of their work with a keen desire to learn and be highly self-reliant.   What You’ll Do: - Independently solve complex problems and offer creative solutions utilizing technical breath of knowledge and experience - Be responsible for maintaining and executing test automation for feature, defect, and regression testing - Play a key role in the mitigation of risks and issues identified - Lead configuration management of the test automation software and scripts - Develop real-time reporting and present results confidently based on test execution and analysis - Recreate reported software and/or hardware non-conformances using test infrastructure and document non-compliances - Identify and develop processes, procedures, tools and/or scripts to maximize system uptime and operational efficiency - Apply technical knowledge of the Iridium satellite constellation and ground systems to accurately and quickly identify issues and defects - Lead the development and maintenance of test plans, procedures, and product documentationAnalyze test results, generate and present reports based on test execution and analysis - Work with industry standard tools and software such as Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana, Amazon Web Services, CI/CD DevOps pipelines, containers and more.
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID 2024-3332
What We’re Looking For: Iridium is seeking an exceptional and experienced Engineer III. In this role you will perform research, development, testing, and sustaining engineering activities of Iridium services and ground communications infrastructure. As an Engineer III, you will contribute to the research, development, testing, and sustaining of engineering activities of the Iridium services and ground communications infrastructure. Working in this role, you’ll assist in verifying the reliability and robustness of Iridium products and communication services.  Demonstrated work experience in engineering practices and software/hardware testing and a desire to build leadership skills are necessary for success in this position. The ideal candidate will have a vested interest in the long-term success of their work with a keen desire to learn and be highly self-reliant.   What You’ll Do: - Solve complex problems and offer creative solutions by becoming a technical leader within the organization - Recreate reported software and/or hardware non-conformances using test infrastructure and document non-compliances - Identify and development processes, procedures, tools and/or scripts to maximize system uptime and operational efficiency - Learn the details and protocols of the Iridium satellite constellation and ground systems to accurately and quickly identify issues and defects - Develop and maintain test plans,procedures, and product documentation - Analyze test results, generate and present reports based on test execution and analysis - Work with industry standard tools and software such as Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana, Amazon Web Services, CI/CD DevOps pipelines, containers and more
Category
Engineering
Job Locations US-ND-Grand Forks AFB
Job ID 2024-3329
What We’re Looking For: If you are enthusiastic about working in the space industry, then you will be excited about the Engineer I, Mission Planner opening with Iridium for a Space Development Agency (SDA) project. As a Mission Planner, you’ll autonomously participate in monitoring and controlling ground systems at the Operations Center in Grand Forks, ND. You will work 12-hour shifts with a team in a 24-hour, multi-satellite operations environment. You will thrive in this role if you have a desire to be part of a team on the forefront of one of the most advanced satellite constellations in the world and are highly motivated and passionate about engineering and space systems.   This position requires an active/current Top Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain a Top Secret Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active).   What You’ll Do: - Assist your team in the scheduling of all satellite and ground resources to accomplish mission objectives; help with performing activity deconfliction, resource allocation, and determining optimal load balancing for traffic on the network - Participate in creating, validating, and distributing all necessary products for the network including satellite and ground site schedules, antenna acquisition tables, and satellite routing almanacs - Work closely with other teams to incorporate and deconflict maintenance events and special scheduling tasks - Play a role in crafting the development and maintenance of Mission Planning procedures - Continuously look for ways to improve tools and processes for streamlined operations
Category
Engineering