Scientific Software Developer (w/m/d)

Referenz: J21130
Ort / Standort: EUMETSAT \ Darmstadt \ Germany
Anmeldeschluss für Bewerbungen: 15.11.2021 23:59 CET
Kategorie: Operations & Engineering Services

About Telespazio Germany GmbH

We are the first choice European aerospace company for software-centric engineering solutions. We combine 40 years of experience in a market, where trust and quality are needed. With more than 350 employees in Germany, we shape the future of aerospace – and beyond - together.

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We offer a wealth of benefits to support a balanced work life balance, including but not limited to flexible working hours, mobile working and ongoing career development.

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The Position

Climate change is affecting our life more and more, therefore not only weather forecasting but also Earth Observation are facing new challenges. New needs for higher temporal, spatial and spectral resolution, new instruments, all this becomes reality with the Earth observation missions operated by our customer EUMETSAT in 2021.

For our team on-site EUMETSAT, we are looking for a Scientific Software Developer / Physicist to develop complex software solutions for a new state-of-the-art EO instrument, the Lightning Imager onboard the upcoming Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) mission.

The position is full-time and permanent and expected starting date will be around November/December 2021.

We are looking forward to meeting you!


Your Responsibilities

Your principal task will be the development and evolution of the LI STAtistical and Reporting (LI-STAR) Off-line Tools. Due to the complexity of LI data the development of the associated Processing Visualization Tool Graphic User Interface (LI-PVT GUI) will also be an essential part of this position. Of course, you will perform extensive validation of the above tools prior to launch.

After the launch of the first MTG (MTG-I1), you will provide agile evolution, development, and maintenance to enable the production of results during the MTG-I1 Commissioning. During LI operations you will also design and develop additional tools and functionalities.


Background

In addition to the Ground Segment Facilities, an Engineering Environment is part of the MTG system. It hosts several Off-Line Tools (OFTs) which provide additional engineering functions for the analysis of performances, scientific investigations, validation, and improvement preparations. The LI-STAR will be employed during the MTG-I LI commissioning for the assessment of instrument performances and for instrument monitoring during operations. The reporting and monitoring functionalities are based on the existing CHART-core. The LI-PVT GUI will be used for visualisation and fast browsing of processing outcomes. Both tools are written in Python and use the operational LI Level 1 and Level 2 products as inputs. Where applicable, the data readers are developed under Pytroll/Satpy-module.


Qualification and Experience

What are we looking for? Maybe for you, with at least a University degree in Meteorology, Atmospheric Physics, or related subjects. With your 3 years of experience in processing satellite or meteorological data.

Of course, you are easily understanding the relating physics processes in such satellite instruments.

 

Essential Skills

  • You are daily working with Python in a Linux/Unix environment and the latest software development tools and methods are your daily business. We don't have to tell you about processing and plotting of scientific results (i.e., xarray, NumPy, pandas, scipy, matplotlib), data visualization (i.e., Cartopy), and using Python interfaces to access a PostgreSQL database.
  • You have already gained experience with representing scientific data for Remote Sensing applications and the optimization of processing of large amounts of data (i.e. out of core computing using xarray/dask).
  • Furthermore, you have proven experience in the definition and maintenance of PostgreSQL databases and the utilization of the NetCDF format.
  • Teamwork and one's own initiative is what you enjoy: Capable of working both individually and independently on assigned responsibilities, while you are part of the system team. 
  • We are of course looking for good interpersonal and communication skills!


Non-Essential Skills

Ideally, you know already a lot about the area of Aerosol and/or Cloud extraction from satellite imagery, image processing algorithms, operational data processing. Experience in the EUMETSAT developments or facilities is more than welcome! 

Furthermore, the knowledge and experience with Jupyter notebooks and Satpy/Pytroll are more than just an advantage!


Application

Are you equally inspired by our visions and dreams? Get in touch with us today and send us your application! 

Your HR Contact for this position is Melanie Giesche.

 

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