Electronics System Engineer / EPS(電源)エンジニア

Job description


Satellite System Development Departmentは、弊社独自の小型SAR(合成開口レーダ)衛星である「StriX」シリーズの設計、製造、運用を行っています。チームは従来の宇宙産業や拡大する小型衛星業界、また多数基生産に資する製造業からの経験豊富なメンバー、アドバイザーで構成されています。「人工衛星の開発」は、これまで官需中心で1基単位の生産しか行われていませんでしたが、弊社は衛星サイズを従来の1/10に小型化することでスピーディーな生産体制を実現し、2023年までに6基の衛星打ち上げを予定しています。

本ポジションでは、Bus Electronics Teamの一員として弊社StriX衛星の電源システムとその構成機器単体の試験、評価における様々な場面で業務に携わっていただきます。



  • 電源システムを構成する機器の仕様調整及び調達
  • 衛星システムの試験、評価、報告
  • パートナーの管理

Job requirements


  • アナログ回路の設計経験(3年)
  • 筑波(茨城県)勤務できる方、勤務地:つくば駅から車またはバスで10分
  • ビジネスレベルの英語力
  • 日常会話レベルの日本語力


  • リチウムイオンバッテリの取扱い及び充放電回路の設計経験
  • 太陽電池の取扱い経験
  • 自動測定のプログラミング経験。Pythonによる試験系構築経験優遇
  • 衛星業界での業務経験

処遇 福利厚生 他:

  • 福利厚生: 通勤交通費,社会保険完備, 健康診断(年1回)
  • 服装自由,フレックス制度,ポジションによっては、リモートワーク可
  • 副業可
  • 敷地内全面禁煙(屋外または屋内喫煙可能場所あり)

Job Description

The Satellite System Development Department designs, manufactures, and operates the "StriX" series of our proprietary small SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) satellites. The team is made up of experienced members and advisors from the traditional space industry, the expanding small satellite industry, and multi-unit manufacturing. "Development of artificial satellites" has so far been mainly produced by public demand, but we have achieved a speedy production system by reducing the satellite size to 1/10 of the conventional size. and plans to launch six satellites by 2024.

In this position, as a member of the Bus Electronics Team, you will be involved in various aspects of the testing and evaluation of our StriX satellite power system and its components.


You will be involved in the design and manufacture of the small SAR satellite constellation "StriX" series.

Coordination and procurement of equipment that composes the power supply system

Satellite system testing, evaluation and reporting

Partner management

Job requirements

Mandatory requirements

  • Analog circuit design experience (3 years)

  • Able to work in Tsukuba (Ibaraki Prefecture). Work location: 10 minutes by car or bus from Tsukuba Station

  • Business level English

  • Conversational Japanese proficiency

Desired requirements

  • Experience in handling lithium-ion batteries and designing charge/discharge circuits

  • Experience in handling solar cells

  • Experience programming automated measurements. Experience in constructing test systems using Python is preferred

  • Work experience in the satellite industry

Treatment, benefits, etc.:

  • Welfare: commuting expenses, social insurance, health checkup (once a year)

  • Free clothing, flex system, remote work possible depending on the position

  • Side job allowed

  • No smoking on the premises (outdoor or indoor smoking areas available)


  • Mission:
    Synspective creates the Learning World where people can expand their capabilities and make tangible progress with new data and technologies
  • Vision:
    Efficient, accountable and resilient world
  • Business
    1. Solution services with satellite data
    2. Development and operation of small SAR satellites


  • Synergy of Spirit
    As part of Synspective, we embark on this journey together, bringing with us our combined experiences and life. As a team, we recognize that the team’s goals are my personal goals, and my goals are the team’s goals. We each share a part of the responsibility to succeed.
    I constantly communicate to align my efforts with our goal. I manage my energy and time to maximize team performance. I give more than I take. I provide value when needed and I take responsibility for my own behavior.
  • Synthesis of Knowledge
    We try to create new value under conditions that have huge uncertainty and volatility. The only way for us to succeed is to progress through trial and error that we learn from and make changes based on our new knowledge.
    I listen actively and respectfully to others’ opinions, consider it logically and examine my assumptions, and discuss it with my team constructively. I learn by doing and building upon our experiences. I aim to achieve better results with every new attempt. I accelerate the collective learning process by openly sharing experiences and knowledge with my team.
  • Synched with the Future
    We have an obligation to create a sustainable future for the next generations. To do so, we must tackle tough challenges as pioneers, leaving our comfort zones that prevent our growth.
    I recognize that a smart failure is a step toward success and try to learn from the past to solve new issues in the future. I set aggressive goals and divide them into sprint-victories in order to continue to tangibly advance and make progress. I consider the future, prepare for it, and actively engage in making it happen with quick actions and decisions.