About the RoleThe Southern Positioning Augmentation Network (SouthPAN) project is a joint undertaking between Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand and Geoscience Australia. SouthPAN will deliver a satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) to both countries. The SouthPAN project team comprises people from both organisations.You will play an important part in the delivery of the SouthPAN project across New Zealand and Australia. You will be responsible for working with a prime systems integrator and the project team to deliver SouthPAN infrastructure and will provide global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology knowledge to the project.This role is based in Wellington and you will report to the National Geodesist. As a member of the SouthPAN virtual engineering team you will also have a technical reporting line to the Canberra-based SouthPAN Engineering Manager.What you will do: Provide GNSS technology expertise and technical knowledge to the projectParticipate in technical reviews to support the certification of the SouthPAN system for safety‑of‑life applicationsDevelop and implement interface requirements and support the provision of Government Furnished ElementsParticipate in verification and validation activitiesDevelop support and test equipment to enable integration, testing, acceptance, and certification audits. What you will bring: A tertiary qualification in a relevant fieldDemonstrated experience of systems engineeringExperience as an engineer working on space, satellite or aviation projectsExperience as an engineer working on government procurement programmesA detailed understanding of navigation satellite systems such as GPS, Galileo and SBAS is highly desirable.An ability to share and communicate complex ideas and information with a diverse audience About Toitū Te WhenuaLand Information New Zealand At Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand, our key role is to ensure New Zealanders have accurate information about where people and places are, that people have confidence in their property rights and that Crown property is well managed for future generations.From the best way to develop farmland, build a new suburb, manage a high-country farm or navigate on land or at sea, our work and location information help people make better decisions and create economic, social, environmental and cultural value for New Zealand.Here at Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand, we are committed to developing and promoting an environment where our people feel included and valued. We know that diversity is our strength and we’re dedicated to bringing together people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Come and join us and help us achieve our ambitious goals.Click on the ‘Apply Online’ button below to submit your application. We would like to see your CV and Cover Letter reflect your relevant experience and specific examples of similar work you have done. You will be taken to our Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand Careers Page where you can complete your application form and upload a copy of your CV and Cover Letter.