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Integration And Test Lead at Astrobotic in Pittsburgh, PA



$100K — $150K *


Mechanical Engineering, Systems Architecture & Engineering, Quality Assurance


8 - 10 years

Job Description

  • Astrobotic Technology wants you to lead the planning and execution of the integration and test program for the Peregrine lunar lander, which was selected by NASA to return America to the Moon.
  • Your main responsibilities: Manage the integration and test of various flight and non-flight hardware including: payloads, spacecraft components and subsystems, spacecraft propulsion system, and spacecraft. Develop and execute comprehensive procedures that verify all physical and functional subsystem/payload/spacecraft interface requirements. Review and establish viability of I&T program against mission schedule and system specification. Develop test objectives and plans, develop test procedures, execute testing, and document the findings. Support and trouble shoot the hardware/software configuration/baseline issues during integration and installation phases. Document and pursue root cause of discrepancies found with hardware. Review the problem reports and/or enhancements to
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Valid through: 7/9/2020

About Astrobotic

Astrobotic Technology is an American privately held company that is developing space robotics technology for planetary missions. It was founded in 2008 by Carnegie Mellon professor Red Whittaker and his associates, with the goal of winning the Google Lunar X Prize. The company is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As of August 2012, the company was partnered with Carnegie Mellon University, International Rectifier, Ansys, AGI, Alcoa, and Caterpillar.[needs update] The team articulated an ambitious goal from the start in 2008: they hope to be the first to land their spacecraft "Red Rover" on the Moon, using the lander, named "Artemis Lander". Since its formation, Astrobotic has maintained a spot in the top three rankings for Evadots third-party Google Lunar X Prize Scorecard. The companys first running prototype of Red Rover was completed the same year, and on July 28, 2008, NASA awarded Astrobotic funding for its "Regolith Moving Methods" proposal.
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