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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST - SR. ENGR. TECHNOLOGIST - FLIGHT HARDWARE PROGRAMS - DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Job Code: 15-01540
Job Summary:
Work side by side with technicians, mechanical and electrical engineers, and scientists to support the design, assembly, and test of spacecraft components and space sensors. Support laboratory instrumentation test activities, including test setups, data acquisition, and basic data analysis (as guided by engineering or science staff); this also includes thermal/vacuum testing. Provide support to parts procurement, engineering analysis, and manufacturing staff to support lifecycle of electronics design. Support documentation efforts.Conduct routine board level assembly and test, providing feedback to the responsible mechanical and electrical engineers as applicable. Support laboratory instrumentation test activities, including test setups, data acquisition, and basic data analysis (as guided by engineering or science staff); this also includes thermal/vacuum testing. Complete assigned tasks both with and without direct supervision and work on multiple tasks in parallel. Contribute as a member of a strong instrument development team within an existing group environment. Position may require additional hours to meet project schedules.
Education/Experience:
Requires a Bachelors with a 3.00 GPA in Electronics Technology or Electrical Engineering Technology Those without a BS degree must have 25 years of directly related experience 0-5 years: Experience with assembly of complex analog and digital circuits using engineering documentation. 0-5 years: Experience troubleshooting and testing of complex analog and digital electronics. 0-5 years: Hands-on experience with mechanical systems, mechanisms, electronics, electro-mechanical systems, test instrumentation, measurement instrumentation, vacuum systems, and/or clean rooms. Experience in or an interest in working with space hardware under an established quality management system (such as ISO 9001) This position will require completion of the following NASA certifications: soldering; Crimping, Interconnecting Cable Harness and Wiring; and Staking Conformal Coating of Printed Wiring Boards and Electronic Assemblies A valid/clear driver's license is required$0.00 - $0.00
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Special Considerations:
Work assignment is in Durham, New Hampshire. Must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident due to ITAR work in section.
Job Locations: Durham, New Hampshire
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