Galileo Network Systems Engineer

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Oberpfaffenhofen (Germany)
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About us
HI Iberia, mostly composed of highly skilled engineers, has been providing ICT solutions and outsourcing for our clients for more than 20 years, contributing with flexibility, rapid response to the market and new business models.
All this is possible thanks to our speed in detecting new opportunities and adapting our services. Our commitment to innovation and quality is our best recommendation.
HI Iberia invites experienced professionals to apply for this unique opportunity to work in Galileo, the European space flagship programme, and join our team onsite at the Galileo Control Centre in Munich (Germany) to work as a Galileo Network Systems Engineer.

Tasks and Responsibilities:
Switching technologies (particularly for Cisco and Alcatel-Lucent)
Routing technologies.
Network protocol services (FTP, NTP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP…).
Firewalling Technologies.
VPN standards and technologies.
IDS/IPS Network intrusion detection technologies.
System administration of Linux servers (RedHat Enterprise Linux).

Essential qualifications and experience:
University degree in engineering, physics, mathematics or computer science.
Experience in aeronautical and/or space programs.
Excellent command of both written and spoken English.
Knowledge in system performance analysis and evaluation.
Good communications skills.
Good team worker.

Advantageous qualifications and experience:
Experience in satellite navigation systems (GNSS: Galileo, GPS).
Technical knowledge on Galileo Mission and Control Segment.

This job is located in Munich (Germany). We welcome applicants who are available from June 2017.
In case you are interested in this job, please send us your CV together with a letter of motivation to
Please note the closing date for applications is on 30/06/2017.

Contact information

HI Iberia
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Human Resources
C/ Juan Hurtado de Mendoza 14, Madrid (Spain)
+34 914 58 51 19
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