Must have a minimum of 7 years direct experience (space launch vehicle experience is preferred).
Review of hazard report failure causes for adequacy of proposed vehicle or hardware related controls (testing, design, operations, launch commit criteria, etc.)
Review of pre-test predictions and post-test data
Support anomaly investigation
Prepare data review content and presentation materials
Assess requirements relative to design, test, and construction standards
Support design documentation review
Assess zero fault tolerance variances relative to components and systems requirements
Assess flight components and systems using a “7 Elements for Flight Rationale” approach
Assess hardware non-conformances
Support flight hardware verification data review (Acceptance Test Procedures, End-item data packages, Qualification Test Reports, and Analysis packages)
Support Engineering, Safety, Technical Review, and Program Control Boards, as well as Technical Interchange Meetings
Assess risks through review of documents, such as fracture control plans, oxygen compatibility assessments
Review proposed changes to component designs or manufacturing processes, and assess the increase or decrease in flight safety
Travel may be required for hardware hardware/process inspections, Product Assurance Actions, tests (component, engines, vehicle stages)
Bachelors degree in Engineering (Aerospace, Mechanical, Chemical).
Kord Technologies offers a positive and friendly atmosphere with opportunities for advancement and personal growth. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include 401(k), medical, dental, life, vision, tuition reimbursement, STD and LTD insurance.
Kord Technologies is an equal opportunity employer including but not limited to EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled employer.
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