Radio-Navigation Engineer for GNSS Receivers Verification

  • Radio-Navigation Engineer for GNSS Receivers Verification

    For one of our customers we are currently recruiting a Radio-Navigation Engineer for GNSS Receivers Verification for their location in Taufkirchen, Germany.

Job overview

The location of this job is on our clients site near Munich. This site is primarily responsible for manufacturing space propulsion systems and satellite subsystems for telecommunications, navigation and Earth observation, for example satellite attitude control systems and solar arrays.

For one of our customers we are currently recruiting a Radio-Navigation Engineer for GNSS Receivers Verification for their location in Taufkirchen, Germany.As part of the GNSS Applications Team the jobholder contributes to the development and verification of future Galileo location-based services. In that role the jobholder will be involved in various activities (e.g. define, implement and test navigation algorithms, products and features). With more than 60 engineers and almost 20 years of experience, the Airbus Navigation Department is one of the leading expert groups in Europe for the development and implementation of the European satellite navigation systems EGNOS and Galileo.

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the team for Galileo Non-PRS user segment support activities;
  • Create and maintain the Galileo Non-PRS user segment support work plan and provide progress reports, system engineering documents and technical reports;
  • Define, plan and conduct test campaigns (laboratory and outdoor) for commercial receivers and other navigation devices (e.g. device for emergency call) in the mass-market domain;
  • Evaluate test campaign results, provide feedback to manufacturers and to the user communities (e.g. road, rail, maritime, agriculture, etc.);
  • Establish performance benchmarks for typical receiver figures of merit and GNSS systems (GALILEO, GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, QZSS);
  • Understand the progress in the usage of GNSS signals with focus on GALILEO services for mass-market receivers;
  • Present the achieved results in front of international customers and industrial partners at technical meetings, symposia and conferences.


  • At least a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, Physics, Computer science or Electrical/Industrial Engineering (and related disciplines) and at least 3 years of relevant experience;
  • At least 3 years of experience with IT/information system is required;
  • At least 5 years of experience in satellite navigation is required;
  • Experience with test tools and laboratory equipment is a plus;
  • Fluent in English, knowledge of German is a plus;
  • Profound knowledge in using C++ or Matlab is required;
  • Ability to analyse complex technical problems;
  • Autonomous and confident way of working;
  • Availability to travel within Europe (2 times a month on average).

What do we offer

ATG Europe offers excellent working conditions and provides you with all the necessary means to further your career. We believe that training and education, combined with regular assessments and a personal development plan, will create the best environment for growth. If needed we also assist you with settling in your new home or finding the right school for your children. ATG will help in any way it can, including a relocation budget that is applicable for ATG staff as well as employees working at one of our clients.