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Senior Optical Systems Engineer- Space 

Act as the lead Optical Systems Engineer for the Space Instrument division and manage projects in the implementation and execution of the company’s long-range R&D strategies including grant proposals, contract bids, responses to NASA flight AOs, and similar

opportunities. Lead all optical designs for the company. Work to develop and implement a Space Instrument division that serves company objectives by leading proposal efforts and working directly with the CEO to guide all aspects of Impossible’s Space activities, from conception to Flight program implementation and managing personnel accordingly. Potential to develop into new position, Space Instrument Division Manager.




Impossible Sensing develops next-generation optical sensing applications for deployment and operation in the most extreme terrestrial and extraterrestrial environments. Through our cutting-edge adaptive technologies, we make sense of deep ocean, deep space, and everywhere in between. 

We strive to foster a creative, collaborative and inclusive work environment that combines the best minds with the most innovative optoelectronics and data analytic technologies. We look for candidates who are interested in projects ranging from planetary exploration to deep ocean survey to join our growing team of full-time innovators in St. Louis, MO.

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Thanks to Pablo Sobron and his company Impossible Sensing, there’s a piece of St. Louis on Mars, so to speak. Impossible Sensing created two data-gathering instruments for NASA’s Perseverance rover, which will try to figure out if there has ever been life on Mars. For us, it raises the question: “Is there a cooler place to work in St. Louis?”

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