Artemis Crew Health Integrator (Supporting NASA at JSC) - Military veterans preferred

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  full-time   employee

United States


Artemis Crew Health Integrator (Supporting NASA at JSC)

Personnel will support the Human Health and Performance (HH&P) Directorate’s Artemis Program tasks by providing developmental, operational, and integration expertise to the Health and Medical Technical Authority (HMTA) delegates to the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV), Gateway, and/or Human Landing System Programs.

Primary duties include assisting the Artemis Medical Operations Team to prepare for lunar crew missions (Artemis 2 and beyond), including but not limited to development of flight rules, operational procedures, and training plans, as well as participating in Flight Control Team simulations and supporting real-time console in Mission Control as an Artemis Biomedical Flight Controller (BME).

Additional duties include:

  • Representing all HH&P requirements during the design phase.
  • Representing HH&P at design milestones (i.e., SRR, PDR, CDR)
  • Reviewing verification and certification of vehicles, hardware, and software in development
  • Maintaining a broad knowledge of all HH&P requirements and engage Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for the technical details and direction
  • Integration of HH&P operational activities.
  • Documenting and tracking concerns and decisions.
  • Developing and executing a plan for documenting operational processes
  • Coordinating technical subject matter experts (SME), as needed
  • Provide insight into compliance with HMTA mandatory standards
  • Inform HMTA decisions by participating in Program activities, such as but not limited to:
  • Coordinating and participating in Program document and design reviews
  • Developing corresponding summary assessments and following up on resulting actions
  • Developing requirements mapping from HMTA standards to Program documents and corresponding gap analysis
  • Reviewing and assessing integrated test and analysis activities
  • Formulating, summarizing, and representing an HH&P position based on subject matter expertise for Program reviews
  • Developing position papers and/or requirements interpretations for human health and performance issues
  • Disseminating information to HH&P management and subject matter experts

Incumbent will perform other duties and assignments as required.



This position requires a Bachelor's degree in engineering or closely related field and at least 3 years’ experience working operational issues associated with human spaceflight.


Experience working real-time console support for a space program.

Prior Project Management experience.



The candidate shall have demonstrated the ability to work independently and shall possess strong verbal and written communication skills including delivering presentations and writing reports. Verbal skills also include the capability to speak up in Program meetings.

The candidate shall also have excellent interpersonal skills and the capability to listen to Subject Matter Experts (SME), to understand and be well able to represent their expertise, but not to serve as the expert to the exclusion of the SME.

Ability to work in Microsoft Office's suite of tools is required.

Reliable and dependable work habits and the dedication to get the job done.

Ability to translate concepts across multiple disciplines.


Familiarity with human space flight is desired.

Candidate should have the ability to effectively interact with customers at all levels.

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