Review and provide assessment of test plans, certification reports, NECT Integrated Products Team (IPT) inputs, Configuration Control Board inputs, NASA/NRO collaboration (i.e. NASA ERB participation, information sharing).
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for leading or being part of a multidiscipline team developing conceptual, preliminary and detailed designs of APU and gas turbine engine components; responsibility for design configurations; cost, weight and producability requirements.
The ideal candidate must have an interest in pursuing a career involving design of specialized facilities and systems in support of rocket assembly and launch infrastructure as well as other missile/defense related facilities.
Candidate will contribute to and present at engineering review boards that affect future missions along with attending and contributing to LVC design reviews, LSP readiness reviews, hardware inspections and major operations at various launch facilities.
Evaluates customer technical specifications and drawings to determine process or product applicability and reproducibility; and determines the appropriate methods for fabricating and bonding materials.
Analyze problems involving strength of materials, stress analysis, fluid flow, heat transfer, structural design, machine design and piping systems. Coordinate and expedite the procurement, construction installation and checkout of these systems.
The Mechanical Engineer will join an eclectic group of talented people in Product Design, Animation, Engineering, Film and TV Production, Toy Design, Financial Planning, Construction, Architecture, Law, Business, and Theater Design.