|Description : |
QinetiQ North America delivers aerospace operations and systems, engineering and life-cycle management, IT solutions and services, software, systems & network engineering, and missions solutions. Our core offerings include: space engineering, software solutions and enterprise IT, cyber intelligence, systems integration and engineering, training, modeling and simulation, logistics and life-cycle management.
QinetiQ North America is an AA/EEO Employer.
Mechanical Integration Engineer. The successful candidate will work with other engineers and technicians in the design, fabrication, analysis, assembly, integration, testing and field support of space flight hardware and spacecraft. Will coordinate support from other areas such as Optics, Thermal, Electrical, and Contamination. Will also develop assembly procedures, generate and maintain flight hardware inventories and log books. As a task leader, will develop detailed estimates, define mechanical ground support equipment required to support the integration activities. Will provide liaison with Project personnel in setting schedules, documenting design changes, and fabricating components and materials selections. Field support at other NASA installations or vendors will be required for the fabrication, assembly and launch effort. Must possess effective communication skills and work effectively with customer and project personnel. Some shift work and scheduled overtime may be required, as well as travel to other sites. May be cross-utilized and cross-trained to support all groups within Mechanical Integration in order to develop mutually useful skills.
* If this position is filled internally, it will be a lateral transfer only.
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|Qualifications : |
- Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering or related degree from an accredited university are required.
- A minimum of 14 experiences required for position.
- Must have a “hands-on” attitude, possess excellent communication and technical writing skills, possess strong analytical skills and have the ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, NASA personnel, and other contractors.
- Must have a minimum of 10 years experience working directly with NASA personnel and other contractors on space-flight hardware.
- Must have the ability to handle multiple tasks and adhere to strict time schedules.
- Must be capable of passing required physical examinations and successfully completing the following training (and other required training); Electro-static discharge, hazard communication, fall protection, scaffold erection, personal protective equipment and critical crane operations. - Must be willing to work scheduled and short-notice overtime and travel. US Citizenship Required.
- Will require a moderate amount of walking, sitting, standing, stooping and bending.
- Climbing will be minimal.
- Some lifting will be required, but not more than 35 pounds.
- Visual requirements include working with data on paper and a computer screen.
- Manual dexterity is needed in the use of hand tools.
- Majority of work is in an inside environment with no adverse conditions.
- Requires Personal Protective Equipment, Travel - Light, Work Includes Close Measurements, Work Includes Visual Inspections, Working With Computers/ CRT's, Working With Data, Working With Machine Operations, Working With Numbers/Figures, Working With Small Parts, Working With Small Tolerances.