Engineer Mechanical 3

Astro Aerospace, a Strategic Business Unit of Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, is currently in search of a Mechanical Engineer 3 to our deployable space structure programs in Carpinteria, CA.

Duties included:

  • Researching, planning, designing and developing mechanical products and systems in:
  • basic or applied research
  • developing and designing new products
  • adaption of existing products to meet new requirements
  • Applying research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electro-mechanical systems
  • Documenting results

To qualify for this role, the candidate must have a BS STEM degree along with 5 years' experience OR a MS STEM degree along with 3 years' experience. The experience must be applicable working experience performing Mechanical Engineering, Project Engineering, Test Engineering, and/or Manufacturing Engineering. The candidate must also have experience in mechanisms and structural design, strength of materials, and/or mechanical design. It is also required to have experience with SolidWorks. It is preferred to have Aerospace experience, specifically with space structures.

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS STEM degree along with 5 years' experience OR
  • MS STEM degree with 3 years' experience
  • The experience must be applicable working experience performing Mechanical Engineering, Project Engineering, Test Engineering, and/or Manufacturing Engineering
  • experience in mechanisms and structural design, strength of materials, and/or mechanical design
  • Experience with SolidWorks

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Aerospace Industry experience, specifically with space structures, is highly preferred

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