Component Engineers-Spacecraft-NASA-Degreed

The selected candidate will prepare Component Drawings and Specifications for highly complex space-based aerospace products that may be electro-optical, opto-mechanical or electro-mechanical in nature. Other tasks are to provide support to engineering and purchasing for procurement and selection of parts and materials, prepare nonstandard part and material submittals, interface and work with inside and outside labs to interpret test results and define testing for the purposes of assuring that parts are compliant to requirements..
BS/BA or BSEET degree (Physics or Electrical Engineering, or related technical field preferred); 5 years min experience of component engineering Experience or education concentration in component and/or reliability engineering as related to electrical, electro-mechanical and electronic (EEE) parts application and selection
Understanding of circuit diagrams and how to interpret them o Knowledge/familiarity with military and industrial specifications and standards as well as test methods as they relate to parts and materials. oExperience with MS Word, Excel, Outlook
Clearable o Knowledge of EEE part construction o Experience with one or more EEE part commodities used on space flight programs. o Understanding of device physics and failure modes. Electrical overstress, electromigration, fatigue, etc. o Knowledge of radiation effects and other space environments o Familiarity with the application of various testing methods for EEE parts (i.e. burn-in, temperature cycling, vibration, shock, etc. o Familiarity with mechanical part and materials requirements as they relate to space flight programs. o Familiarity with parts control/approval program processes. o Familiarity with Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA) according to military, customer and internal specifications
Familiarity with TOR, NASA and IEEE parts standards and test/inspection methods o NASA Component exp.

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