Open Positions

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Join us as we embark on the exciting journey of developing cutting-edge HMI rovers and controllers for the next generation at the world's largest robotic analogue mission at AMADEE-24 Analogue Mission.

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Please note: HUMANISE is a student research and engineering team, hence open positions are part-time unpaid positions.

Mission Architect

Specific responsibilities of a Mission Architect may include:

  1. Strategic Planning: Assessing the project goals and requirements, understanding the needs of stakeholders, and formulating a strategic plan to guide the mission's execution. This involves defining the scope, objectives, and deliverables of the mission.

  2. Architecture Design: Developing the overall architecture and framework for the mission, considering factors such as technical feasibility, budget, timeline, and resource allocation. This includes designing the structure, components, and systems required for the mission's success.

  3. Risk Assessment and Mitigation: Identifying potential risks and challenges that may impact the mission's success and developing mitigation strategies.

  4. Documentation and Communication: Documenting the mission architecture, including design decisions, technical specifications, and requirements. Additionally, effectively communicating the architecture to stakeholders, ensuring a clear understanding of the mission's structure and objectives.

  5. Continuous Improvement: Monitoring the progress of the mission, evaluating the effectiveness of the architecture, and making necessary adjustments to ensure alignment with evolving project goals and constraints. This may involve conducting post-mission evaluations to identify lessons learned and areas for improvement.

Mission Analyst

Specific responsibilities of a Mission Analyst may include:

  1. Requirement Analysis: Collaborating with stakeholders to gather and understand mission requirements, objectives, and constraints.

  2. Research and Data Analysis: Conducting research and analyzing data related to the mission's objectives, resources, risks, and potential outcomes.

  3. Mission Planning Support: Assisting in the development of mission plans by evaluating different scenarios, conducting feasibility studies, and assessing the impact of various factors on the mission's success. This includes considering technical, logistical, financial, and operational aspects.

  4. Performance Measurement: Defining performance metrics and indicators to assess the progress and success of the mission. Monitoring and analyzing these metrics throughout the mission lifecycle to identify areas of improvement and provide recommendations for optimizing mission performance.

  5. Risk Assessment: Identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities that may affect mission execution and analyzing their potential impact. Developing risk mitigation strategies and providing recommendations to minimize or mitigate risks.

Mission Operations

Specific responsibilities of Mission Operations may include:

  1. Mission Planning and Scheduling: Collaborating with stakeholders to develop detailed mission plans and schedules. This involves coordinating the sequencing and timing of mission activities and considering factors such as resource availability, mission objectives, and operational constraints.

  2. Assets Operations: Managing and monitoring the operation of systems and payloads.

  3. Ground Systems Operations: Overseeing the operation of remote systems, including MCC and ground assets (rovers and controllers), communication networks, and data processing systems. This involves managing the infrastructure and resources required to support mission operations and data processing.

  4. Communication and Coordination: Facilitating communication and coordination between different teams involved in the mission, such as mission analysts, engineers, scientists, and external partners.

  5. Mission Support: Providing operational support to mission personnel, including training, documentation, and procedures.

  6. Performance Monitoring and Analysis: Monitoring and analyzing mission performance metrics and data to assess the progress and success of the mission. This includes evaluating key performance indicators, identifying trends, and providing insights and recommendations for continuous improvement.

  7. Post-Mission Activities: Conducting post-mission analyses and assessments to evaluate the mission's performance and capture lessons learned. This includes documenting best practices, identifying areas for improvement, and contributing to future mission planning and operations

Systems Engineer

Specific responsibilities of Space Systems Engineers may include:

  1. System Design and Requirements: Developing system architectures and defining requirements based on mission objectives, stakeholder needs, and technical constraints. This involves translating high-level goals into detailed system specifications and ensuring compliance with applicable standards and regulations.

  2. Subsystem Integration: Coordinating the integration of various subsystems within a system, such as power, locomotion, communication, guidance, navigation, and control.

  3. Systems Engineering Processes: Applying systems engineering principles and methodologies to guide the design, development, and verification of rover and controller systems. This includes conducting trade-off analyses, technical budgets, and risk assessments.

  4. Testing and Verification: Planning and executing test campaigns to validate and verify the performance and functionality of space systems. This involves developing test plans, conducting system-level tests, analyzing test data, and troubleshooting any anomalies.

  5. System Safety and Reliability: Assessing and mitigating risks associated with the space system, including environmental factors, deployment and operational hazards, and failure modes. This includes implementing safety measures and reliability engineering techniques to enhance system robustness and mission success.

  6. Documentation and Configuration Management: Creating and maintaining technical documentation, including system requirements, design specifications, test procedures, and configuration baselines. Ensuring proper configuration management to track and control changes throughout the system lifecycle.

Mechanical Engineer

Specific responsibilities of mechanical engineers may include:

  1. Designing Mechanical Systems: Developing and creating designs for mechanical systems, equipment, and components based on project requirements and specifications. This involves utilizing computer-aided design (CAD) (Solidworks) software.

  2. Performing Analysis and Simulations: Conducting analysis and simulations (Solidworks and/or COMSOL) to evaluate the performance and behavior of mechanical systems. This includes stress analysis, thermal analysis, fluid flow analysis, and other engineering analyses to ensure that the systems meet performance criteria and comply with relevant standards and regulations.

  3. Creating Technical Documentation: Generating technical documentation, including engineering drawings, specifications, and reports.

  4. Maintenance and Troubleshooting: Providing support for the maintenance and troubleshooting of mechanical systems throughout their lifecycle. This includes diagnosing issues, recommending and implementing corrective actions, and ensuring proper maintenance procedures are followed.

Specific responsibilities of mechanical engineers may include:

  1. Designing Electrical Systems: Developing electrical system designs and specifications based on project requirements. This includes designing circuits, selecting appropriate components, and creating electrical schematics and diagrams using computer-aided design (CAD) tools.

  2. Overseeing Installation and Testing: Overseeing the installation and testing of electrical systems and equipment. This involves coordinating with contractors and technicians, conducting inspections, and ensuring compliance with electrical codes and regulations.

  3. Troubleshooting and Maintenance: Diagnosing and resolving electrical system issues or failures. This includes troubleshooting problems, analyzing electrical faults, and implementing corrective actions to restore system functionality. Additionally, providing support for the maintenance and regular servicing of electrical systems and equipment.

Electrical Engineer

Specific responsibilities of a Science Officer may include:

  1. Research Planning and Strategy: Develop research plans and strategies aligned with the project's goals and objectives. This involves identifying research priorities, setting research objectives, and determining the necessary resources and collaborations required to achieve those objectives.

  2. Research Project Management: Overseeing the management and coordination of research. This includes defining project scopes, setting timelines, allocating resources, and ensuring adherence to project milestones and deliverables.

  3. Quality Control and Assurance: Ensuring the quality and integrity of scientific research. This involves implementing and maintaining rigorous standards for data collection, analysis, and reporting. Science Officers will establish protocols and procedures to ensure compliance with ethical guidelines, regulatory requirements, and industry best practices.

  4. Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and ethical guidelines in scientific research. Science Officers may be responsible for obtaining necessary permits and approvals, overseeing the implementation of safety protocols, and addressing any ethical considerations in research activities.

Science Officer

Specific responsibilities of a Communications Engineer may include:

  1. System Design and Architecture: Designing and developing communication systems and networks based on rovers, controllers, and remote users' requirements. This involves analyzing communication needs, selecting appropriate technologies and protocols, and designing system architectures to meet performance, reliability.

  2. Network Planning and Optimization: Planning and optimizing communication networks to ensure effective and efficient data transmission. This includes determining network topology, bandwidth allocation, and quality of service (QoS) requirements.

  3. Implementation and Deployment: Overseeing the implementation and deployment of communication systems and networks. This involves coordinating AMADEE-24 organizer's proper installation, configuration, and integration of hardware, software, and network components.

  4. Testing and Troubleshooting: Conducting testing and troubleshooting activities to verify the functionality and performance of communication systems. This includes analyzing network performance metrics and diagnosing and resolving network issues.

Communications Engineer

Specific responsibilities of a Software Engineer may include:

  1. Software Design and Architecture: Designing software systems and applications based on project requirements. This involves analyzing user needs, defining system specifications, and creating software architecture and design patterns to ensure scalability, maintainability, and efficiency.

  2. Coding and Programming: Writing, reviewing, and debugging code (in C++, ROS, TypeScript, JAVA, PHP or Python) to implement software features and functionality.

  3. Software Development Lifecycle: Participating in all stages of the software development lifecycle, including requirements gathering, system analysis, design, coding, testing, deployment, and maintenance.

  4. Testing and Quality Assurance: Developing and executing test plans and cases to validate the functionality, and performance of software systems and resolve bugs to ensure software quality.

  5. Version Control and Collaboration Tools: Utilizing version control systems, such as Git, to manage source code and track changes.

Software Engineer
Media Officer

Specific responsibilities of a Media Officer may include:

  1. Media Relations: Developing and maintaining relationships with AMADEE-24 organizers, media outlets, journalists, and reporters. The media team will act as the primary point of contact for media inquiries, organize press and media releases and facilitate interviews with key personnel within the project.

  2. Press Releases and Media Materials: Writing, editing, and distributing press releases and media materials to inform the media and the public about project news, events, initiatives, and achievements. You will ensure that the messaging is clear, accurate, and aligned with the project's goals and objectives.

  3. Crisis Communication: Assisting in crisis communication efforts by developing communication plans, coordinating with relevant stakeholders, and disseminating accurate and timely information to the media and the public. As Media Officers, you will help manage the project's reputation during challenging situations and work to mitigate any negative impacts, especially during the analog mission's field days.

  4. Content Creation: Creating engaging content for various media platforms, including press releases, articles, blog posts, and social media posts.