Geospatial jobs of the week: Planet, Optimal GEO, Geoblink are hiring

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Featured Jobs

Planet Labs: Image Reconstruction Engineer
📍 San Francisco, CA, US
The Imaging Operations Team is looking for an Image Reconstruction Engineer/Scientist to help operate, optimize, and further develop the largest camera constellation ever deployed in space. They are responsible for system-level analysis, operations, simulations and development for our earth observation payload. The Payload group works at the intersection of hardware, software, and Product Engineering teams in the Space Systems Division. Good candidates will find it fun to work at the intersection of photography, science, systems engineering, and operations.

Cloud to Street: Research Scientist
📍 Brooklyn, NY, US

Optimal GEO: Geospatial Technical Lead
📍 St. Louis, MO, US

Synspective: Global Business Development
📍 Tokyo, Japan

Geoblink: Senior Product Manager
📍 Madrid, Spain

WatchKeeper International: Product Designer UI/UX
📍 London, UK

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