Take your career to new heights. Come join us at MORI Associates and help us support the most exciting projects at NASA Ames Research Center. As a Mechatronic Engineer, you will be part of a dedicated team of diverse professionals creating and supporting cutting edge solutions for our client’s critical missions. MORI is a mid-sized nationwide company founded in 1997 with the ideals that creating an agile organization full of innovative and passionate people will progress science and technology for all life on earth. We focus on offering a complete range of services from strategic consulting to the development of Information Systems and providing advanced engineering solutions. Now, let’s see if this opportunity is the right challenge for you.
To meet the needs of future deep space exploration, NASA is interested in large-scale hardware systems in the Agency’s thrust areas of solar power, communications, habitats, and science interests. Scalable in-space assembly of physical systems is critical to mass-less exploration and in-space reliance goals. The ARMADAS project is developing and demonstrating autonomous assembly of digital materials and structures. This will produce automation technologies with potential for meeting long-duration and deep-space infrastructure needs, including achieving in-space reliance with construction and maintenance of long-duration spaceport and habitat scale systems.
This position is for a full-time robotics mechanical engineer to develop hardware for the ARMADAS project:
We need people with a broad range of technical expertise to help pull it all together. Join us if you are a hardware developer with a strong CAD background. Robotics and/or FEA expertise desirable.
Due to government confidential work involved, US citizenship or possession of a Green Card is required.
Required Education, Experience, & Skills:
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related field
3+ years in aeromechanical system design and/or flight hardware development
CAD experience using CREO or similar
FEA simulation experience using ABAQUS or similar
Rapid prototyping, manufacturing, and/or mechatronics experience in the area of robotics
Experience on carrying out laboratory experiments and technical writing for peer review
Experience using Atlassian tool suite (JIRA, Confluence)
Energetic, self-motivated, team player
Preferred Experience & Skills:
Flight mission experience
Design for assembly experience
PCB design experience (bonus)
MORI Associates offers comprehensive fringe benefits including matching funds on company 401K plan.
MORI Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender identity/expression, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.