Staff Engineer Mechanical

Job Duties:     Define and manage requirements for inert materials and processes Define test objectives, author engineering test plans, prepare test reports, and provide oversight for test activities Development, qualification, execution, and on-going support of new test specimens and methods as dictated by program needs Provide technical design and production support to the Promontory Motor VSO and KSC Integration (focus on production and resolution of issues) Provide MRB support and disposition as needed to maintain production or testing schedule and ensure compliance with test requirements Coordinate with functional organizations (component design engineering, project engineering, process engineering, quality engineering, analysis engineering, program management, procurement, research and development laboratories) in the development and implementation of inert materials Represent the M&P discipline to internal customers, external customers, and team members Coordinate peer reviews, analysis, project status, and customer reviews Ensure work product and deliverables comply with requirements and standards Primary interface will be with R&D scientists, Test and Research Operations, Process Engineers, Quality Engineers, Structural Analysts, Ballisticians, program leadership, and cross functional product teams that support NASA, DoD, and commercial programs.  Qualifications Experience Requirements:   Candidate must have a minimum of 15 years of experience in engineering or related field. Knowledge of solid rocket motor and flight integration design and production, including related manufacturing processes Hands-on experience with production processing or laboratory testing Demonstrated team leadership skills - formal leader of classical engineering function/discipline and/or significant technical projects or investigations (UUEC), and management of multiple developmental program tasks to schedule and budget Travel expectation of 1% - 5%, with primary location at Promontory - presence at Bacchus and Clearfield as needed. Experience Preferred:  Familiarity with material obsolescence and vendor process change evaluation and qualification Knowledge of M&P engineering design, R&D, analysis, test, and manufacturing processes Previous team leadership experience, and hands-on design and/or analysis preferred Experience with NASA, commercial and strategic programs and configuration management requirements Skills & Qualifications: Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the capability to address high levels of management, detail oriented design and analysis engineers, and both internal and external customers and suppliers Interpersonal skills and organizational savvy to ensure success:  easily relate well to a wide variety of diverse styles, build diverse networks, be quick to find common ground, and collaborate well with others Excellent time management and organizational skills Detail-oriented but able to understand the big picture Demonstrated critical problem solving skills Lead or significant contributor on IRAD or technical development projects Education/Certifications Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Engineering (aerospace, chemical, electrical, mechanical, material sciences engineering, or physics) required with 15 years of experience, MS with 10 years of experience, or PhD with 7 years of experience. 18028283
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Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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