We are seeking a graduate engineer with a first degree and/or postgraduate degree in electronics or telecommunications engineering and with a good knowledge in communications theory, to be trained to carry out frequency management work in the satellite sector.
Proficiency in computing / programming and in all MS Office packages will be a significant advantage.
Candidate should be fluent in the English language, both oral and written, and have the skills necessary to communicate effectively with both clients and regulators.
Relevant experience and preferred skills
The candidate should have:
- previous experience in the Space and/or Telecommunications sector;
- the enthusiasm to learn and be a self-leaner, able to think critically, and also to have the ability to efficiently organise his/her workload.
The postholder will undertake necessary technical and regulatory work to obtain radio frequencies for satellite networks.
Key Duties will include:
- Prepare satellite filing documentation (based on technical analysis of satellite networks and examination of related regulatory framework) to be submitted to national regulators and the ITU;
- Conduct technical and regulatory studies on satellite frequency management aspects, including interference assessments to support the work of satellite operators (who are clients of the ManSat) or to support international discussions at the ITU.
- Work closely with national regulators to support satellite filing work.
ManSat will assist with necessary training to undertake these duties.
The successful candidate will be expected to work from our offices in the Isle of Man and liaise with colleagues internationally as necessary. This job will involve travel in London to attend meetings and occasional travel abroad.
Remuneration and package
This fulltime role is based in the Isle of Man and offers the following competitive benefit package:
Salary range is between £31,500 to £33,000 (dependent upon experience)
Participation in a discretionary company bonus scheme after two years’ service
Use of gym and health facilities
Relocation expenses up to £5,000.
This role is open to direct applicants only; agencies need not apply.
The closing date for applications is 1 June 2019.
Please forward your application and cv to John Sheath at firstname.lastname@example.org