Rocket Propulsion Engineer/ Integration (Experienced)

BOEING - Titusville, FL

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Flight Engineering Capability is is seeking a Rocket Propulsion Engineer for the XSP integration team at the Kennedy Space Center. This individual will work for the BDS Flight Capability’s Rocket Propulsion Sub-Capability and the XSP integration IPT manager.

Boeing is designing, building and testing an experimental spaceplane, called Phantom Express, in collaboration with DARPA. The spaceplane—called Phantom Express—would reinvent space missions for commercial and government customers by providing rapid, aircraft-like access to space. Within minutes, the autonomous, reusable spaceplane would launch its upper stage to deploy small satellites into low Earth orbit. It would then land on a runway to be prepared for its next flight.

Position Responsibilities:
Shapes strategy and policy at an organizational level on all aspects of propulsion system, auxiliary power system and fuel system design, integration, testing and certification.
Works on unusually complex technical problems and provides solutions which are highly innovative and ingenious.
Leads multidisciplinary, multi-program or multi-system integration efforts to support propulsion design definition certification and validation.
Acts as advisor to management and customers on advanced technical research studies.
Provides consultation across the business unit with regard to propulsion integration.
Identifies the need for new tools and processes.
Works under consultative direction.
The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

This position is defined as safety-sensitive by the Federal Aviation Administration and is subject to the drug and alcohol program requirements of 14 CFR Part 120 which includes unannounced random testing.

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):
This position requires the ability to obtain access to a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) facility.
Experience with propulsion system design principles, processes, and tools for aerospace vehicles and their components, including company and industry standards and practices.
Experience with propulsion system components, interfaces and their design/integration variables, within aerospace vehicles.
Ability to interface with engine and component suppliers.

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):
Experience in Model Based Definition.
NX CAD and Teamcenter PDM skills.

Typical Education/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 5 or more years' related work experience or an equivalent combination of technical education and experience (e.g. PhD, Master+3 years' related work experience). In the USA, ABET accreditation is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard.

Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit for this position. Candidates must live in the immediate area or relocate at their own expense.

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.

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