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Systems Engineer - Satellite Electrical Propulsion

Montreal, ON


Aversan Inc. (www.aversan.com) is a reputable Engineering Company that provides expertise in Systems Integration, Product Design/Development and Software/Product Testing for highly regulated industries including Digital Health, Medical Devices, IT and Aerospace.  We are currently seeking a qualified Satellite Electrical Propulsion System Engineer to work on leading edge technology products. The successful candidate for this position will be a part of highly motivated and highly technical work environment that feeds off the collective energy of a team-oriented workplace.

Location: Montreal, QC (Hybrid – 3 days from office)


  • Define, analyse and write requirements definition and flowdown, SOC, verification and validation matrix, design description, systems budgets, equipment specifications, test requirements for the sub-system based on mission requirements.
  • Verification and Validation of Propulsion sub-system performance
  • Firing scenarios based on mission analysis
  • Support to mission analysis & requirements
  • Monitor suppliers and integrated product team
  • Provide inputs and support to all program reviews including EQSR, SRR, PDR, CDR.
  • Attend all test reviews TRR, TRB, DRB, and NCR’s.
  • Support sub-system Assembly, Integration and Test activities.
  • Support Satellite testing: EGSE, Test supervision, data analysis
  • Support Satellite tests at test facilities or at supplier premises.
  • Write up subsystem Operations Manual.
  • Support In-Orbit Test (IOT).


  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering in relevant field with 5+ years of relevant experience.
  • Previous design and test experience with LEO/MEO satellites and Propulsion sub-systems.
  • Understanding of the space environment and orbit mechanics.
  • Strong understanding of aerospace system engineering fundamentals.
  • Demonstrated capability to test systems and resolve problems.
  • Hands-on individual who can lead all systems integration processes.
  • Experience with qualification and acceptance testing of new designs.
  • High degree of attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated capability to efficiently work with little to no supervision.
  • Ability to distill complex problems to fundamentals to solve with analysis, similarity, or creativity.
  • Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communications skills in English; knowledge of French will be considered favorably.
  • Experience leading and coaching a technical team.
  • Support the Spacecraft operations team in critical phases.

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