Expected to have wide ranging experience and advanced knowledge in mission environmental requirements or environmental requirements verification compliance.
Knowledge of EMC/EMI environments including magnetics, internal and external spacecraft charging is required.
Complete knowledge of industry practices and standards across a range of applications related to environments requirements definition, testing standards and testing effectiveness.
Experience working with highly complex environmental assurance programs and some capability in thermal and structural design and analysis software such as Thermal Synthesizer System (TSS), ANSYS, COSMOS, Thermal Analyzer System (TAS), and Solid Works or equivalent.
Ability to work system tasks and communicate with multiple interfaces is required.
Typical Duties: Will be responsible for supporting the JPL Lead overseeing a team of dynamics, thermal, EMC/EMI and natural space engineers to verify that all flight hardware is fully compatible with all anticipated mission environments. Perform thermal and structural analyses of electronic hardware designs. Support design reviews. Determine component temperatures for a variety of environments and assess random vibration fatigue life. Review analyses submitted by subcontractors to JPL projects. Support environmental test programs including EMC/EMI, vibrations, shock analysis and other appropriate tests on hardware. Interact extensively with project personnel and test engineers. Defining and documenting the project environmental verification program consistent with the plan. Preparing and managing risks inherent in the accomplishment of the environmental verification program. Will maintain and track status using an online Mission Assurance database.
Requires a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Physics or Physical Sciences
25 years of experience in structural, thermal or dynamic environmental requirements, analysis and testing.
Must be a US Citizen
Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
Bastion participates in E-Verify and EEO