Systems Engineer SPIE Design Integration & Interfaces Support job Huntsville Al
Systems Engineer  SPIE Design Integration & Interfaces Support job Huntsville Al
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Systems Engineer SPIE Design Integration & Interfaces Support Job



Employer Name: SpiderID: 8523525
Location: Huntsville, Alabama Date Posted: 3/29/2019
Wage: Negotiable Category: Aviation
Job Code: AER0001SS

Job Description:

This position will provide systems engineering, and integration support to System Definition & Integration /EV72 for the Space Launch System (SLS) Integrated Spacecraft/Payload Element (ISPE).



Support includes coordinating and interfacing with the Spacecraft and Vehicle Systems Engineering & Integration (SE&I) Division, the Spacecraft/Payload Integration & Evolution (SPIE) element office, and SLS project teams and personnel as well as participating in reviews, meetings (i.e. team/discipline, TIMs, teleconferences, etc.), working groups, and trade studies.



Specific support to be provided and performed includes, but is not limited to, the following:




  • Support system definition and integration of the ISPE functional design and analysis by providing integration across the disciplines and interfaces.




  • Perform cross-discipline ISPE assessments required to closeout integrated requirements and by supporting the creation of ISPE systems analysis documentation required to do so.




  • Provide Systems Engineer (SE) Task Team support to Safety & Mission Assurance (S&MA) for review of all ISPE Element and integrated Hazard Analysis Reports (HARs).




  • Participate in analyses, trade studies, and decision package development for the SPIE Element and provide feedback and technical recommendations (written and/or verbal) to the LSE or CE and provide assistance to the SPIE Element Lead Systems Engineer (ELSE) Analysis Product Lead.




  • Participate in critical mission event studies, process improvement studies, affordability improvement activities, or other studies focused on improving overall element design, performance, systems operation, mission success, or life cycle costs.




  • Serve as SE support to the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) test planning and execution efforts specific to ISPE hardware and requirement validation.




Personnel may be asked to lead and/or support the following systems engineering tasks:




  • Serve as a Change Package Engineer (CPE) for various engineering change packages developing briefings, decisional packages, change packages, and presentation charts as well as evaluating Change Evaluation (CE) sheets and the leading Task Teams.




  • Perform technical integration across multiple NASA Centers, diverse engineering disciplines (i.e. vehicle management, structures & environments, production, test, etc.), and program/project organizations.




  • Support the Interim Cryogenic Propulsion System (ICPS) working group when assessments relevant to ISPE are being considered - such as break-up analysis for the Range Safety team.




  • Support the Joint Loads Task Team (JLTT) when assessments relevant ISPE are being considered - such as ice mitigation and debris.




  • Identify and communicate risks associated with design requirements and orbital debris source concerns via the NASA Risk Management System.





Degree in Engineering, physical sciences, mathematics or related field is required. Engineering degree from an ABET-accredited university is desired. Typically, educational requirements are the equivalent of a minimum of a Masters with at least 3 years of experience, or BS with at least 5 years of experience.



The candidate is also required to have:





  • Experience in performing model integration, developing functional analyses, and/or system integration of launch vehicle requirements.




  • Experience performing assessments of functional design and analyses, operational concepts, interface requirements, and requirement validation.




  • Knowledge of interface requirement documentation, functional design. definition, hardware integration, and requirement verification that leads to flight hardware certification.




  • Outstanding negotiation skills demonstrated through complex technical problem solving and the capability to break down complex problems or issues into manageable pieces to facilitate resolution of technical concerns or issues.




  • Excellent oral, written, interpersonal, customer relation skills, and presentation skills are required.




  • Outstanding skills using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Outlook) are required.




  • Excellent ability to create and present formal chart packages to element level or vehicle level review boards.




Desired (presence of one or more of these qualifications will be used as discriminating factors in selecting applicants):




  • Must be comfortable working across organizational boundaries and engineering disciplines to identify and resolve element/vehicle integration issues.




  • An understanding and knowledge of the current SLS program and a working understanding of the SLS Element interfaces.







Proof of U.S. Citizenship is required.


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