Associate Propulsion Engineer
Posted on: November 22, 2021
Job DescriptionAt Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make
the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can
contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity,
equity and inclusion are shared values. We're committed to
fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming,
respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional
growth. Find your future with us.To ensure compliance with
President Biden's September 9, 2021 executive order, Boeing is
implementing a new requirement for U.S.-based employees to either
show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an
approved reasonable accommodation (based on a disability/medical
condition or sincerely held religious belief) exempting them from
the requirement, by December 8, 2021 (timing may vary in some
states). Individuals who are unable to meet COVID-19 requirements
due to a disability/medical condition or sincerely held religious
belief may apply for a reasonable accommodation during the
post-offer process. Individuals with approved accommodations will
be subject to frequent COVID-19 testing.Boeing has implemented a
new COVID-19 Vaccination Policy in Australia that requires all new
Boeing Australia hires to show proof of being fully vaccinated from
COVID-19, or have an approved medical exception by 3 December 2021.
For Victorian based employees, the compliance date is 26 November
2021.All other global Boeing locations do not have a vaccination
requirement at this time.Boeing Defense, Space and Security is
seeking an Associate Propulsion Engineer - Level 2 to support
multiple satellite product lines, CCTS Starliner, SLS rocket, and
other spacecraft.- This position will sit in El Segundo, CA.We are
looking for candidates that have industry experience in some of the
below key roles:
- System Engineers --Candidates-who can demonstrate that they've
supported defining propulsion system requirements, performed
propulsion systems analysis, defined requirements for propellant
loading, and supported mission activities.
- Electric Propulsion - Candidates who have helped design,
manufacture, or test electric propulsion subsystems and/or
candidates who have defined requirements and qualified electric
propulsion subsystems.--Candidates who can demonstrate their
ability to understand the key failure mechanisms within the
thrusters, power supplies, flow controllers and other hardware
associated with varying electric propulsion subsystems.
- Liquid Propulsion - Candidates who have helped design,
manufacture, or test liquid propulsion subsystems and/or candidates
who have defined requirements and qualified liquid propulsion
subsystems.- Candidates who can demonstrate their ability to
perform flow analyses for liquid propulsion systems and in-depth
knowledge of subsystem hardware.
- Mission/Operations- Candidates who have helped support
satellite or space vehicle flight operations. Candidates who have
helped develop and test flight operations procedures and products.
Candidates who have supported on-orbit anomaly root cause and
corrective actions (RCCAs).Primary Responsibilities:
- Supports definition of requirements for propulsion systems,
auxiliary power systems and vehicle fuel and tank systems.
- Supports definition, coordination and control of the functional
and physical interfaces between the propulsion system and the
- Supports development of specifications and architectural and
configuration concepts for associated vehicle systems to meet
customer and regulatory requirements.
- Supports configuration and design of propulsion sub-systems and
components to meet all vehicle design and performance
- Supports the use of various testing, analysis, modeling and
simulation tools to estimate or calculate system performance.
- Supports the definition and performance of certification tests
for propulsion subsystems and components.
- Supports support of fielded systems by developing responses to
customer queries and providing technical recommendations.
- Supports development of concepts for future propulsion systems
to meet anticipated requirements.
- Supports mission operations and post-mission operation support
for propulsion subsystems.
- Works under general supervision.This position is expected to be
onsite.- The selected candidate will be required to work onsite at
the listed location.Work Authorization:This position requires the
ability to obtain a US Security Clearance for which the US
Government requires US Citizenship. An interim and/or final U.S.
Secret Clearance Post-Start is required.Basic Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited course of study
in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or
chemistryPreferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):
- 2+ years of experience with space based propulsion and/or
electric propulsion.Typical Education and
Experience:Education/experience typically acquired through advanced
technical education from an accredited course of study in
engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry
(e.g. Bachelor) and typically 2 or more years' related work
experience or an equivalent combination of technical education and
experience (e.g Master). In the USA, ABET accreditation is the
preferred, although not required, accreditation
standard.Relocation:This position offers relocation based on
candidate eligibility. Note: Basic relocation will be offered for
eligible internal candidates.Drug Free Workplace:Boeing is a Drug
Free Workplace where post offer applicants and employees are
subject to testing for marijuana, cocaine, opioids, amphetamines,
PCP, and alcohol when criteria is met as outlined in our
policies.Shift Work Statement:This position is for 1st shift
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