10 — 10 — 2023
  • Engineer
  • Full- or Part-Time
  • Mödling, Austria

Apeleon is an aerospace company specializing in the design, manufacturing, and operation of uncrewed aircraft (UA) for civil applications. With a strong focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology and strong partners and customers, we have established ourselves in the aviation industry. As we continue to grow our company and push our innovations to the market, we are seeking a talented and experienced EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ENGINEER FOR UA SYSTEMS (ALL GENDERS)

As an Embedded Systems Engineer for Apeleon's long-range multi-radio system, you will play a critical role in the architecture, development and implementation of systems that enable communication between our UA and ground control stations. You will play a key role in a small, fast-moving team of engineers to ensure the seamless integration of radio systems into our UA platforms

Your tasks

  • Designing, developing and integrating inhouse-solutions or/and selecting, modifying, and integrating COTS solutions for integrating various sensors and sub-systems to monitor/control several aircraft functions.
  • Define requirements and specifications, ensuring compatibility and optimal performance.
  • Implementing communication protocols between different subsystems.
  • Conducting testing and debugging of components to ensure functionality and performance.
  • Support flight test crew.
  • Documenting work, specifications, and test procedures.
  • Task planning and coordination with other departments e.g., mechanical design.
  • Staying up-to-date with industry trends and advancements.

Your profile

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics or a related field
  • Proven experience (>2 years) in the related field, preferably in the aerospace or UAS industry
  • Strong programming skills in C/C++ and familiarity with embedded software development tools
  • Experience with PCB design
  • Experience with EDA programs (preferably KICAD)
  • Experience with communication interfaces including I2C, CAN, SPI, UART, etc.
  • Knowledge of micro-controller and microprocessor-based systems (e.g., STM32)
  • Familiarity with Single Board computers and Linux based operating systems (e.g., Raspberry Pi)
  • From time to time available to work extended hours and/or weekends if needed
  • Proficient in English

Desired – if we are allowed to make a wish!

  • Master’s degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics or a related field
  • Proven experience (>5 years) in the related field, preferably in the aerospace or UAS industry
  • Experience with DO 178 and DO 256
  • Experience with hardware and software design for mission critical systems.
  • Knowledge with different hardware and software tests and methods for embedded systems.
  • Fluent in German

Soft Skills – do we fit together?

  • Strong problem-solving abilities and a hands-on, proactive approach to challenges.
  • Go-minded attitude and be excited to learn new and novel technologies and techniques.
  • Respectful interaction with colleagues, customers, and partners.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Keep your work area clean, tidy and organized.

If you do not meet all the requirements and/or your past experience does not align with Apeleon's requirements, we strongly encourage you to apply anyway.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our workforce. We think that a diverse team is crucial to follow a creative, innovative, and future-driven approach.

We offer flexible working times with possibility to work on individual tasks remotely.

The collectively agreed minimum salary is EUR 40,414/year (full-time). The actual package will be determined by job related knowledge and experience. Participation in our ESOP (Employee Stock Options Program) is possible. We offer great opportunities for professional growth and development within a dynamic and innovative environment.

How to Apply

Please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant work samples to jobs@apeleon.com. We will review applications on a rolling basis and give you feedback as soon as possible.


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