Full-time, Dresden

Your Role:

You will strengthen our team and work on developing new functions and components in Firmware and hardware-related software for our onboard and ground systems.

  • Conception, specification and design of the software components.
  • You will implement software components primarily in C/C++ und Python, accompanied by equivalent software testing and proper documentation.
  • You will support conception and launching of test- and verification setups with prototypes and engineering models.
  • You will cooperate with our hardware development team.

Your Profile:

  • University degree in electronical engineering, electronics with the with a focus on communication technologies or similar specialization.

  • Advanced programming skills in C/C++ particularly for embedded systems.

  • Basic knowledge of script languages, e.g. Python.

  • Awareness of various software testing approaches and experience with the corresponding tools.

  • Fluent English and/or German.


We Offer

  • Pleasant and professional atmosphere within a talented team.
  • Individual support and onboarding in your personal development.
  • Overview over the whole product cycle.
  • Modern office at Businesspark Dresden.
  • Flexible working hours.
  • 30 days of vacation.
  • Tasty coffee which is made by our professional espresso machine.
  • Comfortable public transport connection or JobRad.


About us

NEOSAT is a company that develops innovative communication solutions in the New Space Era.
We are highly specialized in the design and deployment of novel satellite communication schemes. With the development of communication payloads for satellite constellations in low-earth orbits, NEOSAT is specialized in the design and implementation of complex onboard systems and DSP algorithms for satellite missions. 

You will become part of the team that is responsible for developing and implementing communication algorithms and control logic (TM/TC, payload management).

Join NEOSAT at our new office in Dresden and your design will be literally shot into space!