Civilian, State and Local
Perspecta's Civilian, State and Local segment partners with the U.S. Federal Civilian State and Local governments to provide infrastructure services, business solutions, and digital transformation services that help them achieve policy objectives and integrate citizen-centric services.
Perspecta has an immediate need for anAerospace Engineer at Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Support the NASA Expendable Launch Vehicle Integrated Services contract in a wide range of assignments, including the assessments of analytical items throughout the life cycle for each NASA ELV mission and build cycle for each NASA vehicle and associated payload/spacecraft. Requires knowledge and expertise in the design, manufacture and operation of a variety of complex aerospace liquid propulsion systems utilized in support of space launch vehicles. Duties will include monitoring launch services and launch site contractors for compliance with technical and mission requirements.
Perform reviews of Launch Services Program (LSP), provide documents and technical assessments of relevant issues that arise during the integration process. Evaluation of these issues will require documentation of the issue as well as efforts such as independent analysis and recommendations on how to resolve the issue and may involve heavy communication with both NASA and Launch Vehicle Contractor (LVC) engineers.
Successful candidate will contribute to and present at engineering review boards on related concerns that affect future missions along with attending and contributing to LVC design reviews, review test plans, witness tests, participate in mission integration meetings and NASA readiness reviews. Candidate will be required to clearly and concisely document findings/concerns and present to fellow engineers and NASA engineering management.
Require bachelor's degree or higher in Chemical, Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or have equivalent experience and knowledge with up to 5-7 years of experience or 3 to 5 years with MS/MA or 0 to 2 years with PhD. Will consider years of experience and/or certifications in lieu of Degree.
Perform tasks associated with space launch vehicle propulsion/pneumatic systems. Specifically, be able to understand and apply the relationships that describe the operation and performance of liquid rocket motors and main propulsion systems. A preference will be placed on experience, skills, knowledge and/or abilities with the following characteristics and/or items:
This position requires United States Citizenship and ability toobtain National Agency Clearance (NAC) status.
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