Satellite Network Coordination Engineer
Remote (US Only) /
Government Affairs & Regulatory /
At E-SPACE, we believe space should be accessible to everyone, from the visionaries discovering our future in space today to the countless generations of innovators to come. We are on track to build the world’s largest, most sustainable space-based network. Led by industry pioneers and backed by world-class investors, we are assembling a team of best-in-class aerospace, software, and materials engineers and scientists to make this vision a reality.
The Satellite Network Coordination Engineer will articulate and execute the strategy for enabling and protecting E-Space’s use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits through the ITU filing, coordination, and notification processes. The ideal candidate has deep knowledge of the applicable Radio Regulations, Rules of Procedure, and ITU-R Recommendation.
This position will report to the Vice President for Global Affairs and Policy and will work closely with the regional market access directors. This role is eligible for remote work across the US or Europe.
- Preparing and managing ITU satellite network filings in conformity with the Radio Regulations and applicable deadlines.
- Executing the coordination strategy and reviewing satellite network filings and preserving coordination rights by commenting on ITU/country filings within the regulatory deadlines.
- Analyzing the potential of harmful interference between E-Space and other satellite networks and terrestrial systems, developing the coordination strategy and mitigation techniques, and negotiating favorable coordination agreements.
- Provide engineering support for regulatory team, as needed for licensing and consultations
- Master's degree in Electrical Engineering or related discipline (aerospace/telecommunications)
- 5+ years of related experience preparing, managing, and coordinating ITU satellite network filings with other satellite operators internationally in conformity with the Radio Regulations
- Experience analyzing the potential for harmful interference between satellite systems and knowledge of orbital mechanics
- Experience with supporting regulatory consultations/filings
- Excellent communications/reporting skills
- Experience with non-geostationary satellite systems
- Experience with all ITU software
- Experience with regulatory, technical licensing support
E-Space is not currently able to provide employment sponsorship for candidates who do not hold work authorization for the location of this role if you do not already hold it.
While we offer amazing compensation with great stock options, annual pay, bonuses, free lunches, and health benefits, more importantly, you should join our team for the opportunity to grow personally, and have a high impact on the lives of millions of people. We love solving the hard problems, the rigor of deep engineering, bleeding-edge technology, and helping the world.