In this role, the successful candidate shall interface with design engineers, commodity specialists, and vendor personnel to identify appropriate spaceflight quality parts, and resolve problems and issues. Chair Project Parts Control Board (PCB) meetings, review parts lists for compliance with NASA GSFC and Projectspecific quality and reliability requirements, and participate in Failure Review Board meetings. Develop/review screening, lot acceptance testing, and destructive physical analysis results and provide concise synopses for lot disposition. Provide for planning of technical and financial support to Branch and Project management. Support of subcontract project team members may require domestic and international travel (less than 10%).
HS Diploma and 10 to 15 years of experience in cable assembly, soldering, aerospace flight and ground support equipment, and fabrication or equivalent combination of education and experience. . An understanding of space environment effects on packaged electrical/electronic systems (materials, radiation, and thermal). Familiarity with selection and handling of mil spec standards of electronic parts, connectors and cabling. Candidate will be responsible for applying military, ESA, NASA, and Aerospace TOR specification and standard requirements, tailored to specific NASA Project requirements, for both destructive and non-destructive testing.
Demonstrated experience with and application of GSFC EEE-INST-002, MIL-STD-1547, Aerospace TOR, and ESA Space Standards. Training and/or experience in pre-seal visual inspection, particularly microcircuits and hybrids. Able to work in a team environment. US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Demonstrated understanding of the differences between military, space and commercial part specifications, manufacturing, testing and flight applications.
Must have strong initiative and problem solving skills with the ability to make oral and written arguments. Ability to work independently and as a member of an integrated project team with limited supervision. Excellent Verbal and Written Communication skills. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
Roles and Responsibilities: Should be well acquainted with critical space hardware cleanliness requirements and contamination control in the handling and protection of detector devices and subsystems in clean room and laminar flow bench environments, and be ESD cognizant, trained and certified to handle flight hardware.
Description of Work Environment - The work place will be a typical Office environment or Electronics Laboratory
Equipment and Machines Involved in Work Tasks - (50% of time or required as needed). - Various laboratory test equipment i.e., (DMM, PS, Oscilloscope, Power Meter, Ampere meters, Ampere probes, etc.)
Criticality of Attendance - Necessity for regular attendance required.
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- Aerospace Industries
- Assembly And Installation
- Destructive Physical Analysis
- Electronic Systems