ENGINEER II - Mechanical Integration
- Greenbelt, MD
Working with NASA flight projects, a mechanical integration engineer II will work as a member of the team developing mechanical designs or concepts for systems or subsystems to meet requirements space vehicle or ground support equipment specifications. Supports the mechanical integration team to develop the space systems or ground support systems in order to meet highly aggressive program schedules. Prepare specifications and presentation materials in accordance with established guidelines to meet customer schedules and budgets. Perform "hands-on" mechanical integration and test tasks, as required, to meet program schedules. Work with an integrated team of technicians and engineers in the design, fabrication, analysis, assembly, integration, testing and field support of spaceflight hardware, non-flight hardware and GSE on time and under budget.
May also perform other duties associated within area of assignment as directed by lead personnel or management.
- Minimum of 4 years' experience in field (or 2 years of direct NASA related experience) is required or similar position complexity as determined by management.
- BS in Mechanical engineering, Aerospace engineering or Physics or a related degree from accredited university.
- Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and interface/communicate effectively with other leads, engineering personnel or management.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and adhere to strict time schedules and deadlines.
- Must be capable of passing required physical examinations and possess certification or be capable of successfully completing training for: electro-static discharge, hazard communications, fall protection, personal protective equipment, and other training directed by management.
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