Operations Manager

Operations Manager
Florida 
Space Technology 

Overview:

A dynamic start up in Florida is seeking an experienced Operations Manager to oversee day-to-day production and operations. This is an exciting opportunity to make a big impact on the wider business and grow with the team. 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide day-to-day oversight and monitoring of operations. 
  • Collaborate with Project Managers and H&S staff to manage workflow and ensure safety standards are being met. 
  • Ensure that work is being completed on time, in budget and to specification. 
  • Training and development of the team.
  • Process implementation and improvement.

Qualifications/Skills:

  • 5+ years of experience in a management/supervisory role.
  • Degree qualified.
  • Proven experience managing teams of 20 or more in the aerospace industry. 
  • US citizenship is required for this position. 

Benefits include healthcare, 401k match, PTO and more. 

If you are interested in the position, please apply to find out more! 

EGSE Engineering Support Technician II

RF and Electrical Engineering Technician

Location: Central Florida Coast

Type: Hourly Position, Up to $34/hr

 

About the Organization:

Join a leading innovator in the field of aerospace technology, specializing in advanced satellite manufacturing. Our organization is at the forefront of developing high-performance, cost-effective satellites. Our team is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of space technology, making significant contributions to the industry.

 

The Role:

We are looking for a skilled RF and Electrical Engineering Support Technician. This role is crucial to our operations, involving hands-on work with ground support equipment in a dynamic and technologically advanced environment.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Installation, calibration, validation, and maintenance of RF Ground Support Equipment (GSE).
  • Assisting with electrical GSE installation and maintenance.
  • Conducting initial investigations into RF system non-conformances.
  • Supporting anomaly resolution in coordination with the production team.
  • Engaging in repairs and maintenance of RF and electrical hardware.

 

Requirements:

  • An Associate Degree or equivalent experience (High School + 3 years’ experience).
  • Hands-on experience with RF measurement devices.
  • Knowledge of EGSE and electrical measurement devices.
  • Experience in a clean room environment is preferred.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English; additional languages are a plus.
  • A commitment to excellence in the workplace.

 

Physical Demands:

  • Regular need to sit, stand, and use hands for various tasks.
  • Occasionally lift and/or move objects up to 50 pounds.
  • Wearing Personal Protective Equipment as necessary.

 

Working Environment:

  • Fast-paced, sometimes noisy, with varying conditions.

 

What We Offer:

  • A collaborative and innovative work environment.
  • Opportunities for professional development and growth.
  • A competitive compensation and benefits package.

Satellite Project Manager

Satellite Project Manager
Fully Remote
$100K – $130K

I am working with a forward-thinking organisation that is looking to push the boundaries of satellite technology and how we use it for weather change and detection. With an already successful business model, this organisation has been fully self-sufficient since 2008 and profitable since year 1. They are now at a point where they have secured some outside funding to accelerate and advance their product and services offering.

They are looking for a skilled and versatile Satellite Project Manager to join their satellite team. In this role you will be the glue between the satellite team ensuring the project timeline is followed and optimized helping the company achieve their satellite launch date in October 2024. As a key member of the team, you will play a pivotal role in making sure the company follows internal and external deadlines as well making sure regulatory processes are followed correctly in preparation for the satellite launch.

What you’ll do:

  • Look after project planning and execution.
  • Have high standards of stakeholder management, internally and externally.
  • Posses technical knowledge around hardware and software involved with satellites.
  • Take control of vendor and contractor relationships
  • Ensure correct management of regulatory requirements and standards

What they’re looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Project Management, or a related field; or 3-5 years’ equivalent experience.
  • Proven experience in project management, particularly in satellite research and development.
  • Strong technical background/knowledge with a focus on satellite hardware and/or software.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for effective stakeholder engagement.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage relationships with vendors and contractors.
  • Familiarity with regulatory requirements related to satellite projects is ideal.

This is your chance to join a company which has an incredible product offering and on their way to launching they’re own satellites at the end of the year. With recent success in funding and a strong track record of being profitable year on year, it is a perfect time to join!

US Citizenship is required due to security considerations.
 

Production Mechanical Engineering Team Lead

Title: Production Mechanical Engineering Team Lead

Location: Merritt Island, Florida, USA

Salary: Up to $120,000 annually

Work Hours: First Shift (~7am to 3pm (Full-time, On-site))

 

About the Role:

Join a pioneering team in the aerospace sector, dedicated to revolutionizing space technology through the design and manufacturing of innovative, high-performance satellites. We are seeking a skilled Production Mechanical Engineering Team Lead to oversee our Mission Support team, focusing on the implementation and maintenance of production lines and providing crucial support in production processes.

 

Key Responsibilities:

Managerial Duties:

  • Set team priorities aligned with company objectives.
  • Manage team workload, performance reviews, and development plans.
  • Uphold safety, quality, and HR processes.

Technical Duties:

  • Provide primary engineering support for production anomalies and repair directions.
  • Coordinate with various departments for design and process changes.
  • Oversee the configuration and maintenance of production stations.
  • Act as a technical reference for engineering support teams.
  • Contribute to process improvement and technical problem-solving.

 

Your Profile:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Aerospace/Manufacturing) or similar field. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 6+ years’ experience in a manufacturing environment, with leadership experience.
  • Proficiency in hardware handling, repairs, and power tools.
  • Knowledge of spacecraft flight hardware is a plus.
  • Strong commitment to work and leadership capabilities.

 

Physical and Working Environment:

  • Role involves sitting or standing and using tools. Requires ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Work environment may be busy, noisy, with mechanical and chemical hazards.
  • Personal Protective Equipment required depending on tasks.

 

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Opportunity for international collaboration and career growth.
  • Healthy work-life balance with a focus on mobility and networking.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

 

Join us in shaping the future of space technology. Apply now to be a part of a dynamic and innovative team!

Production Mechanical Engineer (2nd Shift)

Mechanical Engineer – 2nd Shift (3.30pm to 11.30pm) – Up to $100,000 p.a. – Merritt Island, FL

 

Exciting Opportunity in Aerospace Manufacturing!

 

Are you ready to join an innovative team shaping the future of aerospace? We are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer for our 2nd shift (3.30pm to 11.30pm), offering up to $100,000 per year, at our Merritt Island, Florida location. This role is a blend of technical expertise, and a passion for aerospace manufacturing.

 

Your Role:

  • Provide first-level engineering support for production assembly lines, focusing on troubleshooting and repairing flight hardware.
  • Act as a technical referent for mechanical support engineers and technicians.
  • Collaborate with Design to Manufacturing (D2M) teams to validate off-nominal repairs and processes.
  • Lead standard repair trainings and support the development of processes for hardware rework and repairs.
  • Work closely with Production Quality Engineering and D2M on work instruction reviews and Process Failure Mode Engineering Analysis (PFMEA).
  • Identify failure modes in processes and designs, proposing corrective actions.
  • Implement changes on the Final Assembly Line (FAL) based on design or process modifications.
  • Be a point of contact for 3D measurement validation and manage maintenance and calibrations of assigned equipment.

 

About You:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Aerospace, Manufacturing preferred)
  • Minimum 2/3 years’ experience in a production environment, preferably in aerospace.
  • Hands-on experience with hardware handling, repairs, and power tools.
  • Knowledge of spacecraft flight hardware is beneficial.
  • Strong commitment to work and problem-solving skills.

 

Physical & Working Environment:

  • Role involves sitting, standing, and using hands for various tasks. Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds required.
  • Personal Protective Equipment such as safety shoes and glasses may be necessary.
  • The work environment is busy and noisy, with varying conditions and some mechanical and chemical hazards.

 

What We Offer:

  • Opportunity to collaborate with a diverse, international team in a ground-breaking sector.
  • A healthy work environment focused on mobility, networking, and work-life balance.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
  • Competitive compensation reflecting our high regard for our team members.

 

Apply Now:

  • If you are passionate about aerospace manufacturing and eager to contribute to a pioneering project, click “Apply” to start your journey with us!

Electrical Engineer (2nd Shift)

Electrical Engineer – 2nd Shift (3.30pm to 11.30pm) – Up to $100k – Merritt Island, FL

 

We're seeking an innovative Electrical Engineer for our 2nd shift team (3.30pm to 11.30pm), offering up to $100,000 per year, based in Merritt Island, Florida. If you have a passion for the aerospace industry and are ready to take your career to new heights, read on!

 

Your Role:

  • Support troubleshooting and repairs on the Final Assembly Line (FAL).
  • Collaborate with Design to Manufacturing teams for technical solutions.
  • Lead and provide expertise to electrical technicians.
  • Manage spare Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) and ensure production readiness.
  • Engage in process improvement initiatives to enhance assembly line performance and quality.
  • Directly influence changes on the FAL due to design or process modifications.
  • Participate in maintenance, calibration activities, and quality engineering processes.

 

About You:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or High School diploma with extensive experience.
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience, particularly with EGSE and electrical measurement devices.
  • Knowledge in SCADA is a plus.
  • Proven experience in a clean room environment.
  • Able to work autonomously.

 

Physical & Working Environment:

  • This role involves sitting or standing for extended periods, frequent communication, and occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds.
  • Personal Protective Equipment is required based on specific tasks.
  • The work environment can be busy and noisy with varying conditions.

 

What We Offer:

  • An opportunity to collaborate internationally and contribute to a ground-breaking project.
  • A healthy work environment focused on mobility, networking, and work-life balance.
  • A commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
  • Competitive compensation reflecting our high regard for our team members.

 

Apply Now:

  • Are you ready to be a part of a dynamic, innovative team? Click the “Apply” button to embark on an exciting journey in the aerospace sector!

Senior Product Manager

An fantastic position has become available for a senior product manager, during an exceptional period of the growth this innovative space company is looking to further increase its workforce. You will be playing a pivotal role on enhancing the capability of the satellite  terminals and ensuring cybersecurity certification throughout the product life cycle.
 
This role will be involved in the software product development, setting the expectations and goals. As well as shaping the product strategy and collaborating closely with the cross functional teams to develop new features for customers. This will have elements of leadership so previous experience in management would be desired and you will have to be customer facing as a technical representative.
 
Required skills:

  • 8+ years' years professional experience
  • Previous experience in satellite communications
  • Proficient in cybersecurity
  • Background in computer science

 
If this is of interest, please reach out to Jack Ferguson at j.ferguson@evona.com