For permanent employment the Optical Systems department at OHB System AG in Oberpfaffenhofen is looking for a Optics Engineer (m / f / d).
Under the guidance of experienced optical lead engineers and technical managers, you shall be involved in the design, analysis, realization and verification of optical systems for present and future European and global space projects.
In your role, you shall closely cooperate with oth-er technical disciplines (structural, thermal, mechanical, AIT, systems engineering).
Further, you shall be responsible for the technical inter-face to technical managers, customers and subcontractors for the rele-vant project.
You will experience thrilling working conditions and a pro-fessional environment in commercial New Space programs and in classi-cal institutional space programs of ESA and DLR.
Design, analysis, tolerancing and simulation of optical systems (optical and opto-mechanical systems, subsystems, equipment and OGSE) from early concept phases up to detailed design
Definition of technical specifications and requirements for optical systems, subsystems and equipment
Definition of optical verification strategies
Support on system level and perform on sub-system level the opto-mechanical integration, alignment, characterization and test activities in clean rooms, as well as bread boarding in the optics lab
Presentation of the results of your work in internal and external meetings with the customers
Definition and conduction of trade studies to support optical design decisions, support in the generation of proposals and planning for future projects
Establish and maintain the technical documentation related to the optical and opto-mechanical tasks
Support in the further development of optical design processes and tools, as well as core competences and enabling technologies
Technical interface to supplier and subcontractors to guide and monitor their development activities
University degree or equivalent qualification in optics, physics, engineering or related technical discipline
Knowledge in the development of space optical instruments, especially in the field of telescopes, spectrometers and inter-ferometers within an industrial environment
Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural and multi-language team
Ability to work simultaneously in different projects
Ability to quickly establish rapport, build trust, and develop working relationships with other team members, customers and vendors
Organized and structured attitude and process-oriented thinking
High degree of motivation and personal identification with the respective task and project
Excellent English skills, both written and verbal
Experience with optical design software (e.g. ZEMAX, Code V, ASAP)
Knowledge of MATLAB and Python
Experience in space-flight industry, preferably with ESA or DLR projects
Advanced programming skills
Experience of working in clean room environment from ISO5 to ISO 8