Spire Global is a space-to-cloud analytics company that owns and operates the largest multi-purpose constellation of satellites. Its proprietary data and algorithms provide the most advanced maritime, aviation, and weather tracking in the world. In addition to its constellation, Spire’s data infrastructure includes a global ground station network and 24/7 operations that provide real-time global coverage of every point on Earth.
Spire’s Research & Development (R&D) branch is growing an RF Spectrum Monitoring Team. This is a small, tightly knit, highly collaborative team spread across the world. Spire owns and operates over 120 nanosatellites constantly collecting RF activity across the spectrum and this team has the sole responsibility of monitoring, detecting, geolocating, and providing other actionable near real-time insights. Illegal fishing, GNSS jamming, and refinement of aircraft travel are all daily applications one can look forward to in this role.
As a Signal Processing Engineer, you will work across the various disciplines of satellite remote sensing and data analysis, signal processing, and geolocation services. You will work with the world’s premier nanosatellite RF observations to develop products harnessing our unique software-defined payloads. You will develop the signal processing algorithms and codes to turn Spire's numerous payload measurements into valuable products for a wide variety of global customers. You can expect to have personal control over designing, managing, and executing RF collection missions. You will have the responsibility to ensure that we deliver high-quality, low-latency services and products and the freedom to pursue novel, high-impact applications. And instead of your ideas and efforts sitting on a shelf or hidden in an academic journal, you will see and experience them actually working in space within months of joining Spire.
Spire is Global and our success draws upon the diverse viewpoints, skills and experiences of our employees. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or veteran status.