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Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik: 2 Jobs in Frankfurt am Main

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Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik

(Senior) Consultant (f/m/d) Focus Future Mobility

Mo. 14.06.2021
Stuttgart, München, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Hamburg
Code number: PCO-D-1615488902-EEntry level: ProfessionalsOrganization: Porsche Consulting GmbH We think strategically and act pragmatically. True to this brand promise, our consultants effectively implement tailored concepts for more than 200 clients a year. Established in 1994, today Porsche Consulting GmbH is ranked as one of the top management consultancies in Germany with branches in Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Sao Paulo, Atlanta and Shanghai. More than 650 passionate consultants and business service professionals help our clients – from large and medium-sized companies to multinational corporations – achieve measurable results and are enthusiastic about change. They represent us. They make us proud. Further information is available here: www.porsche-consulting.comAre you enthusiastic about the aviation and aerospace industry and would you like to work in a highly diversified work environment as well as in a dynamic and future-oriented team? We are looking for (Senior) Consultants (m/f/d) eager to shape the aviation industry through:   Crafting aviation strategy for airports and airlines seamlessly connecting mobility streams to create pleasant customer experiences for travelling and beyond Developing future airport business models around smart customer processes delivering a personalized, attractive experience and profitable business environment Applying modern technology supporting personalized services and business models to create new revenue streams and increase business resilience Shaping a collaborative partner network to deliver additional service value based on customer insights Designing and implementing optimized operation concepts enabling breathing capacity to address market dynamics and required health and security standards Transforming airport and airline organizations to constantly deliver high performance and customer centricity   You will develop tailor-made solutions for our clients as a basis for sustainable improvements. Benefit from high speed cross-learning between various industries and best practices. Our internal knowledge management process passes on gained project experiences to colleagues and hence; can ensures a continuous (personal) development.   Master in economics or aerospace engineering, MBA or PhD a plus Min 2-3 years of professional experience in aviation & aerospace ideally in a consulting environment Experience in strategy development and implementation for airports or airlines Fluent English, further language (German, French) a plus Willingness to travel within Europe on a constant basis Induction – three-week training phase (warm-up) and mentoring program in the first six months Development – regular perspective feedback discussions and two training weeks per year Atmosphere – team events, such as e.g. skiing, Porsche driving experiences or the Porsche Consulting weekend is an annual highlight Flexibility – free selection the office location, home office days and sabbaticals Added benefits – diverse and multicultural environment, support for doctorates and MBA programs as well as Porsche/VW leasing
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Mission Control Systems Operations Engineer (m/w/d)

Sa. 12.06.2021
EUMETSAT is Europe’s meteorological satellite agency, operating satellites that monitor the weather and climate from space - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. EUMETSAT is an international organisation that recruits personnel from all 30 member states, but please note that this role is based in Darmstadt, Germany and applicants will be required to relocate to Darmstadt if they are successful.Background EUMETSAT currently operates a fleet of 10 Earth observation satellites in low Earth and geostationary orbits for its own purpose and on behalf of the EU Copernicus programme, including four Meteosat Second Generation, three Metop, two Copernicus/Sentinel-3 and one Copernicus/Sentinel-6 spacecraft. With the planned launches of five Meteosat Third Generation and Metop Second Generation satellites planned from 2022 to 2025, this fleet will incorporate next generation satellites and comprise thirteen operational satellites by 2025. Furthermore, EUMETSAT will be the operator of the future Copernicus Sentinel mission to be launched in 2025 for monitoring CO2 in support of the Paris Agreement. Within the Flight Operations (FLO) Division and reporting to the Mission Control Systems Manager, the Mission Control Systems Operations Engineer conducts operations of mission control systems for EUMETSAT and EUMETSAT-operated Copernicus satellite systems, and supports the operations preparations of mission control systems for new satellite systems What you’ll be doing · Conduct operations of mission control systems across EUMETSAT and EUMETSAT-operated Copernicus satellite systems, including planning and scheduling of routine and special operations, anomaly investigation and resolution, and configuration control and change management; · Participate in and, where appropriate, lead the coordination of monitoring and control operations and maintenance activities across EUMETSAT and EUMETSAT-operated Copernicus satellite systems; · Maintain operations procedures, system databases and other operations products for operational mission control systems for satellite systems; · Manage system elements supporting monitoring and control of satellite systems (e.g. tools for procedure development and execution, data analysis etc; · Perform evaluation and trend analysis to monitor the performance and behaviour of operational mission control systems; · Assist in the management of interfaces with external operational entities supporting, monitoring and controlling of satellite systems ); · Support the definition, design, development and testing of evolutions for existing mission control systems; · Participate in and, where appropriate, lead mission control systems operations preparation activities for the launch, commissioning and routine operations of recurrent spacecraftQualifications A University degree in a relevant engineering discipline Skills and Experience: The necessary skills and experience of the Mission Control Systems Operations Engineer are the following: · Proven experience in operations and/or operations preparation of operational satellite systems, preferably for Earth-observation; · Proven experience in the development, maintenance and/or operations of mission control systems; · Practical experience in formal verification and validation testing of ground systems, preferably mission control systems; · Good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate ideas and issues clearly and concisely with others; · Ability to plan and implement activities, prioritising according to constraints, inter-dependencies and opportunities.What we offer · Excellent salary, of up to Euro 7500 / month NET (after tax) based on skills and experience; · Flexible working time including additional flexi-leave; · Full medical coverage for employee and family; · Attractive pension; · 30 days of annual leave + 14.5 days public holidays; · Training and development support; · Relocation allowance and support (if applicable).Salary: 0 – 7500 EUR / MONTH
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