Junior Engineer (ISS Safety Panels) - Military veterans preferred
2018-12-04 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Houston Texas 77058 United States
SAIC is seeking a Jr. ISS Safety Panels Engineer in Houston, TX to support NASA.
Under the supervision of more senior engineers, perform engineering assessments and analyses on the Space Station systems and payloads/experiments that are flown on any vehicles docking to the Space Station.
Identify and quantify risk
Assure compliance with NASA safety requirements
Provide detailed reports and recommendations for mitigation strategies
Prepare and present technical presentations
Participate in Safety Panel Reviews
Review flight documents, operational scenarios, and subsequent changes for safety impact
Participate in associated meetings
Provide real-time and post-flight engineering support for flight anomaly investigations
Work with customers - NASA, Space Station contractors, and International Partners.
Required Education and Experience
BS degree in Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, or Aerospace) and 0 years of related experience.
0-4 years of related experience in Engineering.
US Citizen with the ability to obtain a Public Trust clearance with NASA.
Excellent oral and above average written communications skills
Ability to develop excellent working relationships with customers, peers, and management
Ability to utilize Microsoft Office to prepare reports, presentations, and charts
Basic knowledge and use of personal computer with typical business software (is mandatory i.e., word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics) is mandatory
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are mandatory
Must be able to travel (minimal)
Familiarity with the NASA organization and with the International Space Station (ISS) subsystems and components
NASA system flight safety review process experience
Experience with direct participation in conducting and documenting space system safety review
Knowledge of fault tree and risk management analysis
An understanding of NASA Handbook 1700.7 and 50021
An understanding of system safety hazards analysis process