Two positions are sought, an engineer and a lead engineer--both direct roles. The lead salary range is 100-110K/yr, and the engineer salary range is 75-95K
Duties & Responsibilities:
Working across programs, with a focus on the XL-1 lunar lander for the 2022 south pole mission. Other projects will include rocket engine systems testing and plume effects research, testing, & analysis.
Perform systems engineering work in support of lunar lander and space system development in a wide range of disciplines.
Supporting the resolution of technical issues and ensuring the spacecraft and system solutions are flight worthy prior to delivery for launch.
Evaluating customer/operational needs to define system performance requirements, integrating technical parameters, and assuring compatibility of physical, functional and program interfaces.
Generate, review, approve, and manage system requirements – including but not limited to regulatory, safety, design, environmental, manufacturing, quality, operational, and testing requirements.
Work closely with other engineering disciplines in an integrated team environment to develop CONOPs and interface definitions
Assist in coordination of integrated testing requiring strategic functional implementation to support verification and other type of events
Apply your experience in design and systems engineering principles to solve relevant aerospace issues
Utilize excellent teamwork and written/oral English communications skills
Several years experience in spacecraft systems engineering
Innovative and open to helping create a Cislunar economy - passionate about space
Must be a “U.S. person” as defined by the ITAR (22 CFR §120.15)
Desired Technical Skills/Experience:
Supporting the design, development, integration and test of XL-1 lunar lander systems.
Understanding of spacecraft systems environments, especially lunar landers
An understanding of Cis-lunar and lunar surface environments
Understands what is - and what is not - needed for high quality spaceflight systems
Experience with the complete lifecycle of spacecraft development: design, build, test, and fly.