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Job Title: BT 1448 - Reliability Engineering Analyst (REA) Subject Matter Expert (SME)

 

Job Description:

Experience must include digital, analog, or RF design and analysis, such as Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Worst Case Analysis (WCA), Electronic Parts Stress Analysis (PSA), Single-Events Effects Analysis (SEEA), reliability assessment, modeling, prediction trade off studies, system evaluations; failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action; use of computer aided engineering tools. 

 

Typical duties: Prepare product reliability plans, establish requirements for and monitor reliability programs; develop reliability trade-off studies; perform or review reliability analyses; assess performance with respect to requirements; evaluate effectiveness of the failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action implementation; prepare reports; support logistic activities and reporting; support system and design teams; establish reliability models and utilize models for systems and subsystems analysis.   

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor of Science degree with equivalent course work in Electrical or Electronic Engineering, Physics, or an equivalent field
  • 25 years of experience in electronic systems reliability activities.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

 

Job Title:  BT 1371 - Reliability Engineering Analyst (REA) - Senior Engineer I

 

Job Description:

Experience must include digital, analog, or RF design and analysis, such as Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Worst Case Analysis (WCA), Electronic Parts Stress Analysis (PSA), Single-Events Effects Analysis (SEEA), reliability assessment, modeling, prediction trade off studies, system evaluations; failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action; use of computer aided engineering tools. 

 

Typical duties: Perform or review reliability analyses; assess performance with respect to requirements; evaluate effectiveness of the failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action implementation; prepare reports; support logistic activities and reporting; support system and design teams; establish reliability models and utilize models for systems and subsystems analysis.
Required Skills:

  • BS with equivalent course work in Electrical or Electronic Engineering, Physics, or an equivalent field.
  • 8 years of experience in electronic systems reliability activities.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

Job Title:  BT-1358 Environmental Requirements Engineer SME

Job Description:

  • 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.

 

Required Skills:

  • 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

 

Job Title:  BT-1359 Thermal SME

Job Description:

  • Must have 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 equipment.
  • Must also have some background in electronics packaging engineering or manufacturing; a background in environmental requirements engineering and testing is desirable.
  • Will perform thermal and structural analyses of electronic hardware designs.
  • 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.
  • Support design reviews.
  • Will interact extensively with project personnel.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a BS in Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Physics
  • 25 years of experience in structural/thermal analysis and testing of electronic hardware and related disciplines.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

 

Job Title:  BT-1364 - Reliability Engineering Analyst Sr. Engineer II

Job Description:

Experience must include digital, analog, or RF design and analysis, such as Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Worst Case Analysis (WCA), Electronic Parts Stress Analysis (PSA), Single-Events Effects Analysis (SEEA), reliability assessment, modeling, prediction trade off studies, system evaluations; failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action; use of computer aided engineering tools.

Typical duties: Prepares product reliability plans, establishes requirements for and monitors reliability programs; develops reliability trade-off studies; performs or reviews reliability analyses; assesses performance with respect to requirements; evaluates effectiveness of the failure reporting, analysis, and corrective action implementation; prepares reports; supports logistic activities and reporting; supports system and design teams; establishes reliability models and utilizes models for systems and subsystems analysis.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a BS with equivalent course work in Electrical or Electronic Engineering, Physics, or an equivalent field
  • At least 15 years of experience in electronic systems reliability activities.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a Naitonal Agency Check

 

Job Title:  BT-1365 Environmental Requirements Engineer Sr. Engineer II

Job Description:

  • 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 specify engineering standards for JPL programs. Monitors the engineering design of JPL hardware relative to EMC standards and travels to other contractor locations to review compliance to EMC requirements.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Physics or Physical Sciences
  • Requires 15 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

 

Job Title:  BT-1366 Thermal Sr. Engineer II

Job Description:

Must have 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 equipment. Must have some background in electronics packaging engineering or manufacturing. Background in environmental requirements engineering and testing is desirable.

Typical duties: Perform thermal and structural analyses of electronic hardware designs. 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. Support design reviews. Interact extensively with project personnel.

Required Skills:

  • Requires BS in Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Physics.
  • Requires 15 years of experience in structural/thermal analysis and testing of electronic hardware and related disciplines.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

Job Title:  BT-1367 Natural Space Sr. Engineer II
Job Description:
Computer programming experience is desired and ability to work system level tasks with good communication skills and multiple interfaces is required.

Typical duties: Determine and specify space environments and design and test criteria for both NASA and Military flight projects and ground systems - both system and subsystem level.

Required Skills:

  • Must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, or in related fields.
  • Minimum of 15 years of experience.
  • Prefer a Doctorate degree in Physics and at least 5 years of experience in space environments modeling or radiation shielding design.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

Job Title:  BT-1368 Electro-Magnetic Compatability Sr. Engineer II
Job Description:
Must be thoroughly familiar with EMC engineering standards, test methods, and certification.

Typical duties: Specify EMC engineering standards for JPL programs. Monitor the engineering design of JPL hardware relative to EMC standards and travel to other Contractor locations to review compliance to EMC requirements.

Required Skills:

  • BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • 15 years of experience related to Electro-Magnetic Compatibility environment specification and testing.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1384 Quality Assurance Engineer SME

Job Description:

  • Direct experience in quality assurance engineering required.
  • Experience with space flight hardware and a broad technical knowledge in visual inspection and evaluation of high reliability electronic, electromechanical, or electro-optical equipment.
  • Requires wide knowledge of materials and processes for space flight use as well as familiarity of configuration control/verification systems.
  • Knowledge of ISO 9000 quality systems.
  • Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Interface with Project Managers, Project Element Managers, Task Managers, and Mission Assurance Managers to develop appropriate quality assurance engineering requirements for JPL Space Projects. Generate workforce /cost plans, quality assurance procedures and instructions. Be familiar with inspection techniques and procedures, processing of failure reports and MRB's. Implement good communication skills. Perform supplier audits/evaluations and source inspections. Perform workmanship inspections/evaluations.

Required skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering
  • 25 years of experience or equivalent experience.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1385 Quality Assurance Inspector SME
Job Description:
Must be knowledgeable of ISO 9000 quality systems and familiar with configuration management, contamination control, data package reviews, integration and test processes governing the fabrication assembly, test and certification of space flight hardware. Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Support the fabrication of JPL space flight electronics, mechanical assemblies and cabling by performing inspections, documenting/creating nonconformance and manufacturing planning. Perform supplier source inspections and audits/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
  • 25 years of experience or equivalent in quality assurance inspection of high reliability electronic or mechanical equipment for space flight.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1386 Quality Assurance Engineer, Senior II

Job Description:

Experience with space flight hardware and a broad technical knowledge in visual inspection and evaluation of high reliability electronic, electromechanical, or electro-optical equipment. Requires wide knowledge of materials and processes for space flight use as well as familiarity of configuration control/verification systems. Knowledge of ISO 9000 quality systems. Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Interface with Project Managers, Project Element Managers, Task Managers, and Mission Assurance Managers to develop appropriate quality assurance engineering requirements for JPL Space Projects. Generate workforce /cost plans, quality assurance procedures and instructions. Be familiar with inspection techniques and procedures, processing of failure reports and MRB's. Implement good communication skills. Perform supplier audits/evaluations and source inspections. Perform workmanship inspections/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering
  • 15 years of experience or 20 years equivalent experience. Direct experience in quality assurance engineering required.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1387 Quality Assurance Inspector, Senior II
Job Description:
Must be knowledgeable of ISO 9000 quality systems and familiar with configuration management, contamination control, data package reviews, integration and test processes governing the fabrication assembly, test and certification of space flight hardware. Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Support the fabrication of JPL space flight electronics, mechanical assemblies and cabling by performing inspections, documenting/creating nonconformance and manufacturing planning. Perform supplier source inspections and audits/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Must have a High School Diploma
  • Requires 20 years of experience in quality assurance inspection of high reliability electronic or mechanical equipment for space flight.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1388 Quality Assurance Engineer, Senior I

Job Description:

Direct experience in quality assurance engineering required. Experience with space flight hardware and a broad technical knowledge in visual inspection and evaluation of high reliability electronic, electromechanical, or electro-optical equipment. Requires wide knowledge of materials and processes for space flight use as well as familiarity of configuration control/verification systems. Knowledge of ISO 9000 quality systems. Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Interface with Project Managers, Project Element Managers, Task Managers, and Mission Assurance Managers to develop appropriate quality assurance engineering requirements for JPL Space Projects. Generate workforce /cost plans, quality assurance procedures and instructions. Be familiar with inspection techniques and procedures, processing of failure reports and MRB's. Implement good communication skills. Perform supplier audits/evaluations and source inspections. Perform workmanship inspections/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering or 8 years equivalent experience.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

 

 

 

 

Job Title:  BT-1389 Quality Assurance Inspector, Senior I

Job Description:

Must be knowledgeable of ISO 9000 quality systems and familiar with configuration management, contamination control, data package reviews, integration and test processes governing the fabrication assembly, test and certification of space flight hardware. Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties: Support the fabrication of JPL space flight electronics, mechanical assemblies and cabling by performing inspections, documenting/creating nonconformance and manufacturing planning. Perform supplier source inspections and audits/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Must have a High School Diploma
  • Must have 8 years of experience in quality assurance inspection of high reliability electronic or mechanical equipment for space flight.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1391 Quality Assurance Inspector

Job Description:

  • Must be knowledgeable of ISO 9000 quality systems and familiar with configuration management, contamination control, data package reviews, integration and test processes governing the fabrication assembly, test and certification of space flight hardware.
  • Good computer and communication skills and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Typical Duties:

  • Support the fabrication JPL space flight electronics and cabling by performing inspections, documenting/creating nonconformance and manufacturing planning.
  • Perform supplier source inspections and audits/evaluations.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a High School Diploma
  • Must have 2 or more years of experience in quality assurance inspection of high reliability electronic or mechanical equipment for space flight.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1393 Radiation Engineer SME

Specific requirements for the category of Radiation Engineer will be called out in each Contract Work Order (CWO), and will include but not be limited to one of the following areas of expertise.

  • Experience must include expert knowledge in one or more of the following areas of: radiation effects in semiconductor devices and materials, radiation testing, analysis of radiation effects, device modeling, single event rate predictions, test software and hardware development, and/or programming of automated test equipment.
  • Requires an understanding and wide application of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in radiation effects resulting in contributions to the development of new test, analysis and qualification methodologies.

Typical duties:

  • Lead and perform duties related to the selection, use, evaluation, analysis, and/or testing/qualification of electronic parts for use in radiation environments.
  • Apply expert knowledge of industry and/or academic practices and standards across a range of applications and systems.
  • Provide technical oversight of radiation effects tasks including performance of radiation effects analysis, total dose and single event effects testing, modeling of radiation effects, and reporting on device radiation effects performance.
  • Applies extensive understanding of radiation effects to define device performance, assess risk, and support device selection and applications

Required Skills:

  • Must have a Bachelor of Science degree with equivalent course work in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Materials Science/Engineering, Applied Mathematics or related technical discipline.
  • 25 years of experience in radiation effects engineering.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

BT-1395 Radiation Engineer, Senior II

Job Description:

  • Experience includes a strong knowledge of one or more of the following areas of: radiation effects in semiconductor devices and materials, radiation testing, analysis of radiation effects, device modeling, single event rate predictions, test software and hardware development, and/or programming of automated test equipment.
  • Requires an understanding and wide application of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in radiation effects resulting in contributions to the development of new test, analysis and qualification methodologies.

Typical duties:

  • Perform duties related to the selection, use, evaluation, analysis, and/or testing/qualification of electronic parts for use in radiation environments.
  • Apply knowledge of industry and/or academic practices and standards across a range of applications and systems.
  • Provide technical oversight of radiation effects tasks including performance of radiation effects analysis, total dose and single event effects testing, modeling of radiation effects, and reporting on device radiation effects performance.
  • Applies extensive understanding of radiation effects to define device performance, assess risk, and support device selection and application.

Required Skills:

  • Requires a Bachelor of Science degree with equivalent course work in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Materials Science/Engineering, Applied Mathematics or related technical discipline
  • 15 years of experience in radiation effects engineering.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check

Job Title:  BT-1422 Parts Engineering SME

Job Description:

Major duties and responsibilities of this position include:

  • Routine technical and programmatic interface with JPL Project Managers, Project Element Managers, Task Managers, and Mission Assurance Managers to develop appropriate reliability engineering requirements and plans for JPL Space Projects.
  • Lead and perform duties related to the selection, procurement, manufacture, use, and/or testing/screening of electronic parts in high reliability applications.
  • Apply expert knowledge of industry and/or academic practices and standards across a range of applications and systems.
  • Provide technical oversight of flight electronic parts tasks including the creation of engineering requirements specifications and drawings, and advising projects on part selections maximizing reliability while considering cost and schedule constraints.
  • Apply extensive understanding of part and project risk knowledge to define part reliability and quality requirements and assess risks associated with waivers, deficiencies, and failures.
  • Support project system and design teams, advise projects on the electronic part selection that maximizes reliability while considering schedule and cost constraints.
  • Apply advanced understanding of electronic parts and project risk to define part quality requirements at onset of project work.
  • Report on screening and/or failure test results and advise senior management and project.
  • Advise project management on highly complex electronic part selections that maximize reliability while considering schedule and cost constraints.
  • Position supports continuous refinement and improvement of development methodologies and processes.
  • Position supports project team meetings and reviews, with a high degree of personal and professional responsibility.

Required Skills:

  • Requires Bachelor of Science degree with equivalent course work in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Materials Science/Engineering, Applied Mathematics or related technical discipline.
  • Requires 25 years of experience in parts engineering activities.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Experience must include expert knowledge in one or more of the following areas - RF Parts, Hybrid Parts, Photonics, VLSI Microelectronics or Passives Parts in support of parts development, fabrication, manufacturing, process integration, reliability assessment, and test and/or qualification.
  • Extensive understanding and experience in the selection, procurement, manufacture, use, and testing/screening of high reliability electronic parts for spaceflight applications.
  • Professional experience with EEE parts and supporting Mil-STDs.
  • Requires an understanding and wide application of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in electronic parts technologies resulting in contributions to the development of new test and qualification methodologies.
  • Ability to work well with cross-functional reams, design engineers, line management, and project management.
  • Excellent computer skills, including and use of computer-aided engineering tools.
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills, and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Other Desired Skills:

  • Preferred knowledge of DoD, NASA, and JEDEC specifications and requirements related to electronic parts.
  • Clearance level at Secret/Top Secret level desired.

Job Title:  BT-1423 Parts Engineering Sr. Engineer II

Job Description:

Major duties and responsibilities of this position include:

  • Routine technical and programmatic interface with JPL Project Managers, Project Element Managers, Task Managers, and Mission Assurance Managers to develop appropriate reliability engineering requirements and plans for JPL Space Projects.
  • Lead and perform duties related to the selection, procurement, manufacture, use, and/or testing/screening of electronic parts in high reliability applications.
  • Apply expert knowledge of industry and/or academic practices and standards across a range of applications and systems.
  • Provide technical oversight of flight electronic parts tasks including the creation of engineering requirements specifications and drawings, and advising projects on part selections maximizing reliability while considering cost and schedule constraints.
  • Apply extensive understanding of part and project risk knowledge to define part reliability and quality requirements and assess risks associated with waivers, deficiencies, and failures.
  • Support project system and design teams, advise projects on the electronic part selection that maximizes reliability while considering schedule and cost constraints.
  • Apply advanced understanding of electronic parts and project risk to define part quality requirements at onset of project work.
  • Report on screening and/or failure test results and advise senior management and project.
  • Advise project management on highly complex electronic part selections that maximize reliability while considering schedule and cost constraints.
  • Position supports continuous refinement and improvement of development methodologies and processes.
  • Position supports project team meetings and reviews, with a high degree of personal and professional responsibility.

Required Skills:

  • Requires Bachelor of Science degree with equivalent course work in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Materials Science/Engineering, Applied Mathematics or related technical discipline.
  • Requires 15 years of experience in parts engineering activities.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Experience must include expert knowledge in one or more of the following areas - RF Parts, Hybrid Parts, Photonics, VLSI Microelectronics or Passives Parts in support of parts development, fabrication, manufacturing, process integration, reliability assessment, and test and/or qualification.
  • Extensive understanding and experience in the selection, procurement, manufacture, use, and testing/screening of high reliability electronic parts for spaceflight applications.
  • Professional experience with EEE parts and supporting Mil-STDs.
  • Requires an understanding and wide application of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in electronic parts technologies resulting in contributions to the development of new test and qualification methodologies.
  • Ability to work well with cross-functional reams, design engineers, line management, and project management.
  • Excellent computer skills, including and use of computer-aided engineering tools.
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills, and ability to work with multiple interfaces is required.

Other Desired Skills:

  • Preferred knowledge of DoD, NASA, and JEDEC specifications and requirements related to electronic parts.
  • Clearance level at Secret/Top Secret level desired.
     

    Job Title:  BT-1464 Hardware Engineer, Senior I

    Job Description:

  • The candidate will be responsible and maintain cognizance for all technical and programmatic aspects of the hardware product(s) being developed and delivered, reporting the status and performance to the appropriate organizations.
  • The candidate will work in teams that apply research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electromechanical systems, instruments, and/or machines such as planetary rovers, landers, motion control systems, and surface sampling systems.
  • Work in a collaborative environment to design, analyze, build and test mechanical components, devices, structures and assemblies, including mechanical ground support equipment (MGSE) and tooling for a Flight Project.
  • Interface with engineers, analysts, designers, manufacturing specialists, machine shop, flight techs, and project staff.
  • Establish requirements, and specify interfaces for flight hardware under development.
  • Work independently, and under the direction of the technical leads and project management.
  • Develop procedures for build, test, assembly, and operation of mechanical hardware.
  • Prepare, coordinate, and deliver formal and informal technical peer reviews.Required Skills:
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Robotics, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 8 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Practical experience using advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in solving mechanical engineering problems, with the ability to perform trade studies, develop conceptual configurations, engineer piece-parts and mechanical systems, and facilitate the fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Expertise in mechanical engineering disciplines for the design, analysis and test of structures and mechanisms, including strength of materials, machine and structure design, structural/mechanical testing, manufacturing engineering, mechanical systems, and machine shop practices.
  • Practical experience using Unigraphics/Siemens NX CAD modeling software, in a Product Delivery Management (PDM) or similar Concurrent Engineering environment.
  • TeamCenter experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and delivering mechanical parts, assemblies or mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated experience performing stress analysis of structures and mechanical elements, using classical hand methods and Finite Element Modeling.
  • Experience with computer aided design and drafting, and spacecraft flight hardware development and test.
  • Ability to solve mechanical design problems, perform trade studies, develop design requirements, perform piece part design, and coordinate fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills with ability to work in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities.

    Other Desired Skills:
  • Knowledge of Standards for Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) per American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5.
  • Knowledge of academic and industry practices and standards across a range of applications related to the development, production and safety of aerospace flight hardware and systems.
  • Experience leading one or more junior engineers or techs on an engineering project.



Job Title:  BT-1465 Hardware Engineer, Senior II 

Job Description:

  • The candidate will be responsible and maintain cognizance for all technical and programmatic aspects of the hardware product(s) being developed and delivered, reporting the status and performance to the appropriate organizations.
  • The candidate will work in teams that apply research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electromechanical systems, instruments, and/or machines such as planetary rovers, landers, motion control systems, and surface sampling systems.
  • Work in a collaborative environment to design, analyze, build and test mechanical components, devices, structures and assemblies, including mechanical ground support equipment (MGSE) and tooling for a Flight Project.
  • Interface with engineers, analysts, designers, manufacturing specialists, machine shop, flight techs, and project staff.
  • Establish requirements, and specify interfaces for flight hardware under development.
  • Work independently, and under the direction of the technical leads and project management.
  • Develop procedures for build, test, assembly, and operation of mechanical hardware.
  • Prepare, coordinate, and deliver formal and informal technical peer reviews.

 

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Robotics, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 15 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Practical experience using advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in solving mechanical engineering problems, with the ability to perform trade studies, develop conceptual configurations, engineer piece-parts and mechanical systems, and facilitate the fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Expertise in mechanical engineering disciplines for the design, analysis and test of structures and mechanisms, including strength of materials, machine and structure design, structural/mechanical testing, manufacturing engineering, mechanical systems, and machine shop practices.
  • Practical experience using Unigraphics/Siemens NX CAD modeling software, in a Product Delivery Management (PDM) or similar Concurrent Engineering environment.
  • TeamCenter experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and delivering mechanical parts, assemblies or mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated experience performing stress analysis of structures and mechanical elements, using classical hand methods and Finite Element Modeling.
  • Experience with computer aided design and drafting, and spacecraft flight hardware development and test.
  • Ability to solve mechanical design problems, perform trade studies, develop design requirements, perform piece part design, and coordinate fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills with ability to work in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilitiesOther Desired Skills:

 

Other Desired Skills

  • Knowledge of Standards for Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) per American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5. Knowledge of academic and industry practices and standards across a range of applications related to the development, production and safety of aerospace flight hardware and systems.
  • Experience leading one or more junior engineers or techs on an engineering project.
  • TS clearance desired

 

Job Title:  BT-1466 Structural Analyst, Senior I

Job Description:

  • Analyzes, investigates, and reviews plans for developing structures and mechanical devices, components, and assemblies requiring stress and structural analysis.
  • Supports design and development of structures to meet estimated load requirements, computing size, shape, strength, type, and material of structural members, or performs structural analysis of plans and structures prepared by other engineers.
  • Analyzes specifications and performance requirements to ensure that designs meet specifications.
  • Analyzes engineering proposals, requirements, and related technical data pertaining to design.
  • Determines feasibility of designing new structures or modifying existing structures considering costs, available space, time limitations, and other technical and economic factors.
  • Provides technical information concerning erection techniques, materials, properties, and advantages and limitations that affect long-range engineering planning.
  • Compiles and analyzes operational, test, and research data to establish performance standards for newly designed or modified structures.
  • Studies engineering and technical publications to keep abreast of technological changes and developments in industry.
  • Will use computer-assisted structural engineering software and equipment.
  • May inspect existing projects and recommend repair and replacement of defective members or rebuilding of entire structure.

 

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Structural Engineering, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 8 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Expertise with structural analysis for static, dynamic, and multi-body dynamics for space environments.
  • Expertise conducting Finite Element Analyses (FEA) with NASTRAN/PATRAN and similar tools such as FEMAP.

 

Other Desired Skills:

  • Structural and dynamics modeling and analyses;
  • Provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings;
  • Provide inputs to structural requirements.
  • Top Secret clearance desired

 

Job Title:  BT-1467 Structural Analyst, Senior II

 

Job Description:

  • Analyzes, investigates, and reviews plans for developing structures and mechanical devices, components, and assemblies requiring stress and structural analysis.
  • Supports design and development of structures to meet estimated load requirements, computing size, shape, strength, type, and material of structural members, or performs structural analysis of plans and structures prepared by other engineers.
  • Analyzes specifications and performance requirements to ensure that designs meet specifications.
  • Analyzes engineering proposals, requirements, and related technical data pertaining to design.
  • Determines feasibility of designing new structures or modifying existing structures considering costs, available space, time limitations, and other technical and economic factors.
  • Provides technical information concerning erection techniques, materials, properties, and advantages and limitations that affect long-range engineering planning.
  • Compiles and analyzes operational, test, and research data to establish performance standards for newly designed or modified structures.
  • Studies engineering and technical publications to keep abreast of technological changes and developments in industry.
  • Will use computer-assisted structural engineering software and equipment.
  • May inspect existing projects and recommend repair and replacement of defective members or rebuilding of entire structure.

 

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Structural Engineering, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 15 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Expertise with structural analysis for static, dynamic, and multi-body dynamics for space environments.
  • Expertise conducting Finite Element Analyses (FEA) with NASTRAN/PATRAN and similar tools such as FEMAP.

 

Other Desired Skills:

  • Structural and dynamics modeling and analyses;
  • Provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings;
  • Provide inputs to structural requirements.
  • TS Clearance desired

Job Title:  BT-1468 Structural Analyst, SME

 

Job Description:

  • Analyzes, investigates, and reviews plans for developing structures and mechanical devices, components, and assemblies requiring stress and structural analysis.
  • Supports design and development of structures to meet estimated load requirements, computing size, shape, strength, type, and material of structural members, or performs structural analysis of plans and structures prepared by other engineers.
  • Analyzes specifications and performance requirements to ensure that designs meet specifications.
  • Analyzes engineering proposals, requirements, and related technical data pertaining to design.
  • Determines feasibility of designing new structures or modifying existing structures considering costs, available space, time limitations, and other technical and economic factors.
  • Provides technical information concerning erection techniques, materials, properties, and advantages and limitations that affect long-range engineering planning.
  • Compiles and analyzes operational, test, and research data to establish performance standards for newly designed or modified structures.
  • Studies engineering and technical publications to keep abreast of technological changes and developments in industry.
  • Will use computer-assisted structural engineering software and equipment.
  • May inspect existing projects and recommend repair and replacement of defective members or rebuilding of entire structure.

 

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Civil, or Structural Engineering, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 25 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Expertise with structural analysis for static, dynamic, and multi-body dynamics for space environments.
  • Expertise conducting Finite Element Analyses (FEA) with NASTRAN/PATRAN and similar tools such as FEMAP.

 

Other Desired Skills:

  • Structural and dynamics modeling and analyses;
  • Provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings;
  • Provide inputs to structural requirements.
  • Top Secret Clearance desired

Job Title:  BT-1469 Hardware Engineer, Staff

 

Job Description:

  • The candidate will be responsible and maintain cognizance for all technical and programmatic aspects of the hardware product(s) being developed and delivered, reporting the status and performance to the appropriate organizations.
  • The candidate will work in teams that apply research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electromechanical systems, instruments, and/or machines such as planetary rovers, landers, motion control systems, and surface sampling systems.
  • Work in a collaborative environment to design, analyze, build and test mechanical components, devices, structures and assemblies, including mechanical ground support equipment (MGSE) and tooling for a Flight Project.
  • Interface with engineers, analysts, designers, manufacturing specialists, machine shop, flight techs, and project staff.
  • Establish requirements, and specify interfaces for flight hardware under development. Work independently, and under the direction of the technical leads and project management.
  • Develop procedures for build, test, assembly, and operation of mechanical hardware.
  • Prepare, coordinate, and deliver formal and informal technical peer reviews.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Robotics, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 2 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Practical experience using advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in solving mechanical engineering problems, with the ability to perform trade studies, develop conceptual configurations, engineer piece-parts and mechanical systems, and facilitate the fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Expertise in mechanical engineering disciplines for the design, analysis and test of structures and mechanisms, including strength of materials, machine and structure design, structural/mechanical testing, manufacturing engineering, mechanical systems, and machine shop practices.
  • Practical experience using Unigraphics/Siemens NX CAD modeling software, in a Product Delivery Management (PDM) or similar Concurrent Engineering environment.
  • TeamCenter experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and delivering mechanical parts, assemblies or mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated experience performing stress analysis of structures and mechanical elements, using classical hand methods and Finite Element Modeling.
  • Experience with computer aided design and drafting, and spacecraft flight hardware development and test.
  • Ability to solve mechanical design problems, perform trade studies, develop design requirements, perform piece part design, and coordinate fabrication, assembly, and qualification of hardware.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills with ability to work in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities.

 

Other Desired Skills:

  • Knowledge of Standards for Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) per American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5.
  • Knowledge of academic and industry practices and standards across a range of applications related to the development, production and safety of aerospace flight hardware and systems.
  • Experience leading one or more junior engineers or techs on an engineering project.
  • Top Secret Clearance desired

 

Job Title:  BT-1470 Structural Analyst, Staff

 

Job Description:

  • Analyzes, investigates, and reviews plans for developing structures and mechanical devices, components, and assemblies requiring stress and structural analysis.
  • Supports design and development of structures to meet estimated load requirements, computing size, shape, strength, type, and material of structural members, or performs structural analysis of plans and structures prepared by other engineers.
  • Analyzes specifications and performance requirements to ensure that designs meet specifications.
  • Analyzes engineering proposals, requirements, and related technical data pertaining to design.
  • Determines feasibility of designing new structures or modifying existing structures considering costs, available space, time limitations, and other technical and economic factors.
  • Provides technical information concerning erection techniques, materials, properties, and advantages and limitations that affect long-range engineering planning.
  • Compiles and analyzes operational, test, and research data to establish performance standards for newly designed or modified structures.
  • Studies engineering and technical publications to keep abreast of technological changes and developments in industry.
  • Will use computer-assisted structural engineering software and equipment.
  • May inspect existing projects and recommend repair and replacement of defective members or rebuilding of entire structure.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Structural Engineering, or related technical discipline with typically a minimum of 2 years of related experience or equivalent.
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be able to pass a National Agency Check
  • Expertise with structural analysis for static, dynamic, and multi-body dynamics for space environments.
  • Expertise conducting Finite Element Analyses (FEA) with NASTRAN/PATRAN and similar tools such as FEMAP.

Other Desired Skills:

  • Structural and dynamics modeling and analyses;
  • Provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings;
  • Provide inputs to structural requirements.
  • Top Secret Clearance desired

 

Job Title:  BT-1509 Operations Administrator I

 

Job Description:

The Bastion Operations Administrator I provides direct support to the Bastion Operations Manager in Pasadena, California. Primary responsibilities are the execution of the nominal functions necessary for the operation of the office and support to the administrative elements of the JPL MASS Subcontract.  The position involves autonomous execution with only minimal supervision to ensure the accurate and timely completion of tasks and functions.

  • Responsible to the Operations Manager in all activities of the Pasadena Office, including correspondence, presentation preparation, information technology and data management, office planning and scheduling, and interface with Bastion Houston for IT, HR, and Contract/Accounting/Procurement tasks and issues.
  • Accuracy in preparation of documents and reports is necessary, along with excellent keyboarding and PC skills, careful attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Positive attitude and strong initiative are mandatory in this position, along with the ability to perform routine office procedures under stress while meeting deadlines. 
  • A willingness to learn and accept new responsibilities is necessary
  • Provide direct operations support to the MASS Subcontract in the following:

       - Compile and integrate weekly activity reports from professional staff into Weekly Contract Status Report for delivery to JPL customer

       - Perform weekly internal timesheet audits of office workforce to ensure completeness, accuracy, & adherence to timekeeping procedure. 

       - Maintain and update Subcontract Position Descriptions

       - Identify and select potential candidates for open positions and requisitions

       - Coordinate initial contact and screening of position candidates

-        Support review and vetting of candidate qualifications

       - Arrange and coordinate position interviews within Bastion and the JPL customer

Required Skills:

  • AA degree minimum
  • 5+ Years relevant 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
  • Minimum 5 years directly related to Government contract reporting and deliverables; broad knowledge in business management and project activities;
  • Basic IT admin knowledge with extensive computer experience with thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 Suite applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint);
  • Must be proficient with spreadsheets and be capable of performing financial analysis.