Project Kuiper is an initiative to launch a constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites that will provide low-latency, high-speed broadband connectivity to unserved and underserved communities around the world.
Key job responsibilities
Functions include providing strategic direction in the following areas :
A day in the life
The Satellite Network Coordination Engineer will articulate and execute the strategy for enabling and protecting Kuiper’s use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits through the ITU filing, coordination, and notification processes.
The ideal candidate has deep knowledge of the applicable Radio Regulations, Rules of Procedure, and ITU-R Recommendation.
About the team
The Global Regulatory Affairs team is responsible for enabling and protecting Kuiper’s use of radio frequency spectrum at home and abroad, defining and leading the Project Kuiper regulatory agenda.
The Regulatory Affairs team operates worldwide, engaging with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and regional organizations, coordinating the use of spectrum with other operators, obtaining licenses for Kuiper services, and promoting safety in space.
The Global Regulatory Affairs team is also responsible for domestic licensing and collaborates with associations, government agencies, and other satellite operators in order to advocate for rules and regulations in the best interest of our customers.
This team works in close collaboration with the Kuiper technical design teams to optimize for spectrum sharing and customer experience as well as with Amazon’s public policy and legal teams to enhance the overall regulatory strategy.
This position will report to the Senior Manager, International Regulatory for Project Kuiper and work in close collaboration with the lead for Satellite Coordination.