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Nasa Intern – Fault Protection Engineer In Merritt Island

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    Job Description:

    New ideas are all around us, but only a few will change the world. That’s our focus at JPL. We ask the biggest questions, then search the universe for answers—literally. We build upon ideas that have guided generations, then share our discoveries to inspire generations to come. Your mission—your opportunity—is to seek out the answers that bring us one step closer. If you’re driven to discover, create, and inspire something that lasts a lifetime and beyond, you’re ready for JPL.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Developing the autonomy and fault protection requirements/principles/practices and products for space system architectures, designs, implementations, and verification and validation
    • Be responsible for the development of products and participation in engineering trades and reviews
    • Ensuring that the section’s methodology on the execution of the system engineering process and practices are effectively utilized and implemented by the flight systems engineering team

    Job Requirements/Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Physics, or related technical discipline with a minimum of 9 years of professional work experience, or Master’s degree with a minimum of 7 years of professional work experience, or Ph.D with a minimum of 5 years of professional work experience.
    • Recent flight project implementation experience in the Fault Protection and Fault Management systems engineering discipline, responsible for key deliverables.
    • Wide-ranging experience and advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: systems engineering, aerospace engineering, system level testing and venues, and reliability trades/analyses
    • Extensive understanding in a wide application of advanced principles, theories, concepts, designs, analyses, and techniques in autonomous space systems and fault protection resulting in contributions to the development of new theories and methods
    • Significant knowledge of the function and operation of spacecraft systems, subsystems, and instruments
    • Experience coordinating design efforts with partner organizations or vendors
    • Be a self-motivated individual who can work independently, in a team environment, and lead a team
    • Availability for occasional domestic travel
    • Must have a TS/SCI security clearance.

    To apply for this job please visit www.jpl.jobs.


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