JSC Academician M.F. ReshetnevInformation Satellite Systems

Update of occupational standards

ISS-Reshetnev Company is bringing up to date four occupational standards related to the design and manufacture of space technologies and products.

Developed by ISS-Reshetnev Company in 2015, four occupational standards are now being reviewed and updated in order to conform to Russia’s National Program “Digital Economy”. They are updated to reflect the current needs of digital technologies and capture ISS-Reshetnev Company’s best practice in using these occupational standards.

Changes have affected the following current occupational standards: “Spacecraft assembly technician”, “Expert on the design of spacecraft antenna and feeder devices”, “Expert on the design of spacecraft onboard equipment”, and “Expert on onboard control system electronics for automated spacecraft”.

Drafts of updated occupational standards have been already submitted for review to various organizations of the aerospace industry and also have been posted on the websites of the Council for Occupational Standards for Rocket Technologies and Space Activities, and Russia’s Ministry of Labor and Social Protection.

Following public and professional review and evaluation the modified occupational standards will be submitted to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection for final consultation.

ISS-Reshetnev Company has developed eight occupational standards relating to the highest demand professions in the aerospace industry. Apart from four occupational standards mentioned above, ISS-Reshetnev also developed “Expert on the design and engineering of spacecraft and systems”, “Expert on the development of special coatings and their vacuum deposition technologies on outer surfaces of spacecraft”, “Expert on the design and development of ground automated spacecraft control systems”, and “Electronics equipment and instruments fitter in the rocket and space industry”.