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Mech Sys Design & Anlys Engr 3 in KENNEDY SP CT, FL at Volt

Date Posted: 4/12/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Volt is looking for a Mechanical System Design and Analyst Engineer to work with our client, a major aerospace company, on an estimated 6-month assignment at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Primary job duties:
• Supports team to develop, maintain and modify structures/payload system, component and wire harness designs, using 3-D Computer Aided Design tools (UG NX required), Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T – ASME Y14.5M) standards and/or other design methods, to drive product definition with other engineering groups, production operations, suppliers and external customers throughout the product lifecycle. Candidates will use Engineering Design Release System (EDRS).
• Supports and leads performance, integration and analysis of tests to validate and verify systems and components meet requirements and specifications.
• Supports supplier development, test and production activities and coordinates with the supplier to optimize the design and achieve program goals.
• Assists with investigation of emerging technologies to develop concepts for future product designs to meet projected requirements.
• Supports definition of mechanical, structural, environmental design and integration requirements for the S/C and its constituent assemblies and components including both flight and non-flight (GSE) hardware.
• Supports definition of spacecraft drawing/model tree and assignment, general arrangement drawing/model, and all Interface Control Dwg/Models including but not limited to Moving Mechanical Assemblies (MMAs).
• Supports and maintains drawing/modeling requirements, standards and flow-down thereof.
• Supports definition of design standards required for design-analysis integrated models.
• Supports definition of mechanical design trade space and closure criteria.
• Supports approval of design reviews, test plans and procedures, critical planning procedures.

Education / Experience: Bachelor's degree and typically 5 or more years' experience in an engineering classification or a Master's degree with typically 3 or more years' experience in an engineering classification or a PhD degree with experience in an engineering classification.

Travel Required?: Yes  International Travel Required: No

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer