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BT-1383 System Safety Engineering Specialist II
Job Description:

  • The Software System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) development effort at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).
  • The Software System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts; investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; Analyzes planning documents and develops S/W safety engineering approaches to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements.
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable.
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems.
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B and NASA-STD-8715.3. Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.

Required Skills:

  • BSEE, BSME, BSCS
  • 12+ years experience
  • Must be a US Citizenship
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check.
  • Experience with Avionics, S/W and H/W.

 

 

BT-1451 Industrial Safety Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Engineer (Industrial Safety) to provide safety engineering and hazard analysis support utilizing system safety principles, specifically familiar with test facilities related to cryo and small scale solid engine testing, explosives and pyrotechnics, Quantity-Distance calculations, and pressure vessels.
  • Prepare for and support Test Readiness and Operational Readiness Reviews as well as assure compliance with various OSHA and NASA standards and other consensus standards.
  • Review of hazardous operations and critical lifts to ensure adequate protection of employees and facilities.
  • Prepare hazard analyses and safety assessments for testing, facility and ground operations, to include lifting and handling operations.
  • Perform safety reviews of hazardous operational procedures.
  • Perform safety evaluations of preliminary engineering studies, facility construction and equipment drawings and specifications to ensure compliance with program safety requirements, OSHA, NFPA, ANSI and other applicable industry standard codes

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10+ Years Experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening
  • Knowledge in NASA Spacecraft S&MA requirements for Test operations in support of the design and development Flight Hardware.
  • Knowledge of DoD 6055.09M, OSHA 1910, and NFPA 55 as well as NASA safety policies and standards.
  • Experience in explosive siting is preferred/desirable.

 

BT-1459 Quality Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

Software Assurance (SwA) Engineer will support the MSFC S&MA Directorate providing technical expertise in the performance of the following: 

  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments of MSFC managed in-house and contracted programs and projects, SA Plans and software engineering change documentation.
  • Evaluating and providing assessments of program/project software products (i.e. Software Development Plans, Software Requirement Specifications, Software Test Plans, etc.) and of applicable NASA/MSFC policies and guidelines.
  • Participate in and provide assessments of program/project milestone reviews (i.e. PDR, CDR, TRR, etc.).
  • Support audit planning and tracking of findings associated with the S&MA evaluation of MSFC managed software development process through SwA internal audits (i.e. Software Development Folder Audits, Software Configuration Management Audits, Software Requirements Traceability Audits, Peer Review Audits, etc.).
  • Performing software quality assurance test activities during the appropriate software development life cycle phase.
  • Provide training and/or participation in SwA training.
  • Preparing and participating in SwA metrics.
  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments associated with the NASA Initiative for Software Assurance and with SMA/SwA documentation for the implementation of the SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) (i.e. SA, Ols, etc.).
  • Position requires a competent communicator (verbal and written) with ability to work harmoniously and effectively with co-workers, Bastion management and all levels of customer personnel. Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment and random drug screenings
  • Experience with Avionics. S/W, H/W, and SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

 

BT-1460 Quality Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

Software Assurance (SwA) Engineer will support the MSFC S&MA Directorate providing technical expertise in the performance of the following: 

  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments of MSFC managed in-house and contracted programs and projects, SA Plans and software engineering change documentation.
  • Evaluating and providing assessments of program/project software products (i.e. Software Development Plans, Software Requirement Specifications, Software Test Plans, etc.) and of applicable NASA/MSFC policies and guidelines.
  • Participate in and provide assessments of program/project milestone reviews (i.e. PDR, CDR, TRR, etc.).
  • Support audit planning and tracking of findings associated with the S&MA evaluation of MSFC managed software development process through SwA internal audits (i.e. Software Development Folder Audits, Software Configuration Management Audits, Software Requirements Traceability Audits, Peer Review Audits, etc.).
  • Performing software quality assurance test activities during the appropriate software development life cycle phase.
  • Provide training and/or participation in SwA training.
  • Preparing and participating in SwA metrics.
  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments associated with the NASA Initiative for Software Assurance and with SMA/SwA documentation for the implementation of the SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) (i.e. SA, Ols, etc.).
  • Position requires a competent communicator (verbal and written) with ability to work harmoniously and effectively with co-workers, Bastion management and all levels of customer personnel. Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment and random drug screenings
  • Experience with Avionics. S/W, H/W, and SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

 

BT-1462 Software Safety Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • The Software System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) development effort at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).
  • The Software System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts; investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; Analyzes planning documents and develops S/W safety engineering approaches to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements.
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable.
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety software hazards, integrated hazards analysis, inputs to the software safety testing requirements as well as software verifications, systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems.
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B and NASA-STD-8715.3.   Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Engineering
  • 10+ Years of experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Requires pre-employment and periodic drug and alcohol testing
  • Experience with Avionics, S/W and H/W.

 

BT-1493 R&M Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Perform Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) in support of the SLS Program's PRA model development effort.
  • Candidate will be responsible for updating, integrating, and maintaining risk models for the SLS elements managed by MSFC.  This includes developing, updating and integrating logic models using quantitative fault tree analysis (SAPHIRE); developing data sources and failure scenarios by analyzing and interpreting failure reports, generic sources, hazard analyses, FMEA/CIL reports, and performing Bayesian updating of failure probability distributions. 
  • Additional responsibilities include performing focused quantitative risk assessments to support risk-informed decisions pertaining to flight risk and risk mitigation alternatives.

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Aerospace, Systems or Mechanical
  • 10+ Years Experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug screenings
  • The ideal candidate will possess excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate abstract probabilistic and statistical concepts to management; the ability to interface effectively with hardware and systems engineers to develop comprehensive understanding of SLS hardware, operations, and performance; the ability to apply concepts from probability and statistics to quantify the likelihood of high consequence failure scenarios; the ability to gather, analyze, interpret, and integrate failure date with engineering judgment. 
  • Experience in PRA methodology using SAPHIRE is highly desirable.

 

BT-1494 Quality Assurance Specialist IV

Job Description:

  • Candidate is knowledgeable of higher level quality assurance (ISO/AS) system requirement documents and is able to interpret and apply QA system level requirements while performing all quality assurance duties.
  • Candidate will execute quality requirements in accordance with customer approved quality assurance plans/policies and specifications during all phases of hardware fabrication, testing, first article inspection, and final end item inspections.
  • Candidate will perform accurate mechanical, physical and visual inspections, monitor and/or perform nondestructive test/evaluation, perform process surveillance using witnessing/monitoring techniques and verify test result/documentation of raw materials, components, and sub-assemblies per approved inspection documents/specification requirements.
  • Candidate will initiate non-conformance reports, document/report inspection results and monitor corrective actions implementation for effectiveness.
  • Candidate will maintain current, company and customer training and certifications to maintain a quality inspection stamp and meet stamp warranty expectations. 
  • Candidate will work with company and customer personnel to resolve inspection questions and communicate technical issues to project engineers to ensure compliance with final product specification requirements.

Required Skills:

  • Higher Level Quality (ASQ-CQI/NASA/DOD) Certification, High School Diploma or GED
  • 6+ Years Experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug screenings
  • Candidate will possess a working knowledge of AS9100/ISO9001 Quality System requirements, possess the ability to read complex blueprints, technical charts, and specification sheets.
  • Preferred candidate will by an ASQ-CQI and have previous experience working with flight critical hardware in an ESD/FOD sensitive environments, witnessing critical assembly operations and testing of electrical cables and components and other complex assemblies.

 

BT-1497 R&M Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Perform Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) in support of the SLS Program's PRA model development effort. 
  • Candidate will be responsible for updating, integrating, and maintaining risk models for the SLS elements managed by MSFC.  This includes developing, updating and integrating logic models using quantitative fault tree analysis (SAPHIRE); developing data sources and failure scenarios by analyzing and interpreting failure reports, generic sources, hazard analyses, FMEA/CIL reports, and performing Bayesian updating of failure probability distributions. 
  • Additional responsibilities include performing focused quantitative risk assessments to support risk-informed decisions pertaining to flight risk and risk mitigation alternatives.

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Aerospace, Systems, Mechanical Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug screenings
  • The ideal candidate will possess excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate abstract probabilistic and statistical concepts to management; the ability to interface effectively with hardware and systems engineers to develop comprehensive understanding of SLS hardware, operations, and performance; the ability to apply concepts from probability and statistics to quantify the likelihood of high consequence failure scenarios; the ability to gather, analyze, interpret, and integrate failure date with engineering judgment. 
  • Experience in PRA methodology using SAPHIRE is highly desirable.

 

BT-1498 System Safety Engineering Specialist Sr.

Job Description:

  • The System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of Launch Vehicle development effort. 
  • The System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts, investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; ensures that corrective measures and risks meet acceptable safety standards for human interaction; analyses planning documents and develops safety engineering approach to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements;

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Aerospace, Systems, Mechanical Engineering
  • 7+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable;
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems;
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B, and NASA-STD-8715.3;
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.   NASA, and other applicable requirements;
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable;
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems;
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B, and NASA-STD-8715.3;
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.

 

BT-1499 System Safety Engineer Associate I

Job Description:

  • The System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) development effort. 

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Aerospace, Systems, Mechanical Engineering
  • 1 + Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • The System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts, investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes;
  • Ensures that corrective measures and risks meet acceptable safety standards for human interaction;
  • Analyses planning documents and develops safety engineering approach to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements;
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable;
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems;
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B, and NASA-STD-8715.3;
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.

 

BT-1500 System Safety Engineer Sr.

Job Description:

  • The System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of Launch Vehicle development effort. 
  • The System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts, investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; ensures that corrective measures and risks meet acceptable safety standards for human interaction; analyses planning documents and develops safety engineering approach to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements;

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Aerospace, Systems, Mechanical Engineering
  • 7+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable;
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems;
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B, and NASA-STD-8715.3;
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.   NASA, and other applicable requirements;
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable;
  • Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems;
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B, and NASA-STD-8715.3;
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.
  • Requires US citizenship & National Agency Check. EOE Bastion Technologies also participates in E-verify.
  • Requires entry and periodic Drug and Alcohol Testing. 

 

BT-1501 Software Safety Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • The Software System Safety Engineer identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) development effort at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). 
  • The Software System Safety Engineer will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts; investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; Analyzes planning documents and develops S/W safety engineering approaches to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements.
  • Experience in performing complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs) is highly desirable.  Efforts include: engineering analysis of systems to identify and eliminate safety software hazards, integrated hazards analysis, inputs to the software safety testing requirements as well as software verifications, systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems. 
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with NASA-STD-8719.13B and NASA-STD-8715.3. 
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD-882C is highly desirable.

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • Experience with Avionics, S/W and H/W.

 

 

 

BT-1502 Software Quality Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

The Software Quality Engineering Specialist I will support the MSFC S&MA Directorate providing technical expertise in the performance of the following:

  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments of MSFC managed in-house and contracted programs and projects, SA Plans and software engineering change documentation.
  • Evaluating and providing assessments of program/project software products (i.e. Software Development Plans, Software Requirement Specifications, Software Test Plans, etc.) and of applicable NASA/MSFC policies and guidelines.
  • Participate in and provide assessments of program/project milestone reviews (i.e. PDR, CDR, TRR, etc.).
  • Support audit planning and tracking of findings associated with the S&MA evaluation of MSFC managed software development process through Software Assurance (SwA) internal audits (i.e. Software Development Folder Audits, Software Configuration Management Audits, Software Requirements Traceability Audits, Peer Review Audits, etc.).
  • Performing software quality assurance test activities during the appropriate software development life cycle phase.
  • Provide training and/or participation in SwA training. 
  • Preparing and participating in SwA metrics.
  • Preparing, evaluating, and providing assessments associated with the NASA Initiative for Software Assurance and with SMA/SwA documentation for the implementation of the SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) (i.e. SA, Ols, etc.).
  • Position requires a competent communicator (verbal and written) with ability to work harmoniously and effectively with co-workers, Bastion management and all levels of customer personnel. 
  • Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10 + Years Experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • Experience with Avionics. S/W, H/W, and SEI Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI).
  • Position requires excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work harmoniously and effectively with co-workers, management and all levels of customer and contractor personnel.
  • Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and can be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.

 

BT-1503 System Safety Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Utilize System Safety methodology during the design process and system operations reviews for possible failure modes. 
  • Verify system compliance with safety and design requirements contained in system specifications and other applicable documents. Identify hazards associated with system interfaces and system functional faults.
  • Assess risks associated with the total system design, and specifically of the subsystem interfaces, and recommend actions necessary to eliminate identified hazards and/or controls of associated risks to acceptable levels.
  • System Safety Engineer (SSE) identifies and eliminates safety hazards associated with all development activities throughout the entire program/product lifecycle in support of Launch Vehicle development efforts.
  • SSE will perform review and analysis of engineering design concepts, investigate and analyze relevant engineering data potentially affecting safe operation of the product and its processes; to ensure corrective measures and risks meet acceptable safety standards for human interaction; Analyses planning documents and develops safety engineering approach to meet customer, NASA, and other applicable requirements.

Required Skills:

  • B.S. in Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random Drug/Alcohol screenings
  • Experience in the development and review of complex Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Hazard Assessments (HAs)
  • Tasks expected to be accomplished with minimal training include: engineering analysis of Launch Vehicle systems to identify and eliminate safety hazards, integrated hazards analysis, the systematic application of safety policies to the design of NASA human-rated hardware, and assistance in the overall implementation of safety practices for systems/subsystems.
  • Experience performing analyses in accordance with and NASA-STD-8715.3.
  • Familiarity with NASA Space Safety Standards and Procedures for Launch Vehicle Human Rating Requirements.
  • Experience in the performance/review of multiple types of Hazard Analyses (Preliminary, System/Subsystem, Operating and Support, and Safety Assessment Reports, etc.), for diverse rocket propulsion engines and/or motors in accordance with various NASA safety standards to include MIL STD 882.
  • Position requires a competent communicator (verbal and written) with the ability to work harmoniously and effective with co-workers, Bastion Management and all levels of customer personnel.
  • Effective working within a team environment and as a stand-alone subject matter expert. 
  • Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.

 

BT-1504 Industrial Safety Engineering Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Engineer (Industrial Safety) to provide safety engineering and hazard analysis support utilizing system safety principles, specifically familiar with test facilities related to cryo and small scale solid engine testing, explosives and pyrotechnics, Quantity-Distance calculations, and pressure vessels.
  • Prepare for and support Test Readiness and Operational Readiness Reviews as well as assure compliance with various OSHA and NASA standards and other consensus standards.
  • Review of hazardous operations and critical lifts to ensure adequate protection of employees and facilities.
  • Prepare hazard analyses and safety assessments for testing, facility and ground operations, to include lifting and handling operations.
  • Perform safety reviews of hazardous operational procedures.
  • Perform safety evaluations of preliminary engineering studies, facility construction and equipment drawings and specifications to ensure compliance with program safety requirements, OSHA, NFPA, ANSI and other applicable industry standard codes

Required Skills:

  • BS in Engineering
  • 10+ Years experience
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug/alcohol screenings
  • Knowledge in NASA Spacecraft S&MA requirements for Test operations in support of the design and development Flight Hardware.
  • Knowledge of DoD 6055.09M, OSHA 1910, and NFPA 55 as well as NASA safety policies and standards.
  • Experience in explosive siting is preferred/desirable.
  • Position requires excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work harmoniously and effective with co-workers, Bastion Management and all levels of customer personnel.
  • Computer literate and proficient in Windows based PCs with database and Microsoft (Word, Excel, etc) applications.
  • Effective working within a team environment and as a standalone subject matter expert. 
  • Required to be regular in attendance (per agreed to work hours schedule), consistently punctual and can be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.