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Associate Mechanical Design Engineer duties include:
Support engineering activities associated with the analysis, design, and structural testing of thermal control and environmental life support components and assemblies for various aerospace applications including the NASA's Space Suit, NASA's Crew Exploration Vehicle, NASA's International Space Station as well other aerospace and satellite platforms. This is both an individual contributor position.
Deliver against the cost, schedule and technical requirements of the program. Deliverables include ensuring execution of Peer and Design reviews, analyses, Validation activities, Verification activities, design documentation (drawings, reports), task cost and schedule performance, etc.
Build mechanical design core-competencies
Implement mechanical design best practices, processes and procedures within the Standard Work framework.
The candidate must be a US person.
Education / Certifications
Knowledgeable in 3-D CAD modeling fundamentals, stress and fatigue analysis, machine design, and material selection.
Prior experience in aerospace structures and engineering fluid component design.
Knowledge of drawings, geometric tolerancing, and drawing interpretation.
Experience with manufacturing techniques for limited production hardware.
Ability to work within a matrix organization to achieve team and program goals.
Competence in use of Simulate, NASTRAN, ANSYS stress analysis packages desired
A positive "can do" attitude, good presentation skills, respect for others, confidence, and patience.
2-8 years' experience desired.
Optional Preferred Experience:
This job may be considered a sensitive position in accordance with NASA Guidelines. If so, the selected candidate will be subject to drug and alcohol testing per NASA's regulation subpart 1823.5 Drug-Free Workforce.
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