The scope of this effort is to participate as a member on a NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) Electrical Power Technical Discipline Team (TDT) and provide expert opinion, advice, and guidance on electrical design with a focus on EMI/EMC for space systems.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Perform Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility (EMI/EMC) Systems Engineering support for NASAs Satellite Servicing Projects.
Develop EMI/EMC test program/requirements for spacecraft programs.
Prepare EMI/EMC test plans, test procedures, and test reports.
Provide hands on support for EMI/EMC testing for various NASA projects.
Support Weekly Technical Interchange Meetings and provide expert assessment and input.
Support NASA Commercial Crew Program as required.
Participate in Electrical Power Technical Design Teams for various projects and spacecraft.
Skills & Education:
Bachelor of Science degree, or equivalent education and/or experience in electrical engineering or aerospace. 10 years or greater of relevant work experience in aerospace industry with concentration in working with spaceflight EMI/EMC design/testing.
Thorough working knowledge of MIL-STDs 461/464 (or equivalent commercial standards)
Proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook, and Visio
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