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Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead Hot

Location
El Segundo, California
Wage
Hourly
Job ID
12270061185
Posted
2020-9-16

Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead RT Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead Description Job Description: Would you like to be part of the new space movement? Do you have the leadership gene ? Raytheon Intelligence and Space is the right place for you. In the last few years you might have seen in your social media feed amazingly beautiful images of the Earth from space in exquisite detail. Or perhaps images in the news forecasting the weather and reporting on natural disasters Behind many of these amazing images are the technologies and innovations created by the engineers at Raytheon Intelligence and Space. Situated in sunny Southern California a location rich in aerospace history we have unparalleled heritage in advanced sensing systems for space exploration national security and civil space. We are actively seeking engineers to help evolve our technologies and grow our business into new domains and markets. Are you up to the challenge? We would like to hear from you if you have the initiative and qualifications in space systems architecture space vehicle systems - in particular satellite bus subsystems design and integrated space and ground systems solutions. The Systems Engineering Center (SEC) is currently looking for a Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Leader who brings space mission system leadership spacecraft engineering new business capture and proposal experience to a growth oriented organization. Prior experience in satellite systems architecture design development testing and mission operations is desired. The successful candidate will be a member of the Space Mission Specialty Department and will provide engineering leadership for space systems design process including initial concept development system-level trades requirements definition spacecraft platform or bus design and optimization mission geometry orbit selection mission timeline performance assessment and mission-level cost optimization. The job responsibilities may include constellation and sensor MBSE. Knowledge of Space Ground and Launch segment inter-relationships to support the optimization of a mission baseline is desired. Potential responsibilities might include supporting the design and assessment of elements like ground segment and user segment in addition to space vehicle mission operations. Your vital contribution will help us to deliver excellence to our very demanding customers. The candidate should be capable of leading efforts that use tools such as STK Matlab C++ or similar tool(s) that create analytical products and perform model generation for data analysis and performance prediction. Possible tasks include defining day in the life (DITL) CONOPS for space mission systems. This position will interface with (or serve in the role of) Capture Manager Proposal Manager Lead Systems Engineer and other stake holders to ensure program objectives are achieved. Successful candidates should expect to be immersed in a fast-paced team-based and challenging technical environment where an individual with talent and initiative can stand out and thrive. Required Skills: 10 years engineering experience with at least 5 years working space systems engineering Leadership skills to develop proposals for Government commercial and international customers Ability to work independently determine and develop approach to solutions Domain expertise in one or more of spacecraft bus subsystems design e.g. electrical power ACS tracking telemetry and command (TT&C) propulsion thermal mechanical systems etc Experience defining the elements of a space mission performing preliminary mission design and developing operational concepts Experience generating systems engineering products to architect a conceptual mission architecture Experience with orbit selection design and ability to conduct orbit trades Experience quantifying mission utility and analyzing figures of merit Experience with targeting ground station pass analysis constellation design stationkeeping analysis or collision avoidance Evidence of problem solving and time management skills Experience working with multi-disciplined teams Excellent presentation skills and negotiation skills U.S. Citizenship status U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position requires an active DoD Top Secret security clearance Desired Skills: Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with all levels of the organization Government program office or laboratory experience Experience in Model Based System Engineering tools (such as IBM Rational or Vitec CORE) for developing architectures and functional analysis. Familiarity with SEIT tools such as STK MATLAB C++ and Python Familiarity with Earth target and regional coverage; producing access reports and performing Monte Carlo analysis of constellations with sensor physics in the loop Experience with mission geometry relative satellite motion and analyzing viewing and lighting conditions Experience modeling different types of spacecraft propulsion (e.g. chemical or electric/low thrust) Experience defining technical budgets (Delta V budget Link budget Mass budget Power budget Propellant budget Payload budget) and Orbit Cost Function Ability to carry out design of spacecraft subsystems Experience with small satellite design Familiarity with the Responsive Space concept and methods for reducing space mission cost and familiarity with space mission cost models including USCM8 SSCM NICM and COCOMO 81 Experience with mission operations and CONOPS Experience designing interplanetary trajectories (2-body and n-body problems) Knowledge of spherical trigonometry Knowledge of space radiation environment and orbital debris environment Knowledge of end-of-life and disposal approaches Experience with EO/IR payload design Ability to perform launch system selection and identification of launch opportunities Knowledge of ground segment antenna services and data distribution Knowledge of US Export/Import law in regards to space technologies Active US Top Secret/SCI clearance Required Education: Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree in Engineering Physics Math or related discipline. Desired Education: Advanced degree in Engineering Physics Math or related discipline. This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 161562 Job Information Job ID: 53987171 Position Title: Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead

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Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead

Location: El Segundo CA

Industry: Aviation
Occupational Category: Engineering
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week
Salary: USD 0

Description: Raytheon Intelligence Space seeks a Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead.
Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead RT Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead Description Job Description: Would you like to be part of the new space movement? Do you have the leadership gene ? Raytheon Intelligence and Space is the right place for you. In the last few years you might have seen in your social media feed amazingly beautiful images of the Earth from space in exquisite detail. Or perhaps images in the news forecasting the weather and reporting on natural disasters Behind many of these amazing images are the technologies and innovations created by the engineers at Raytheon Intelligence and Space. Situated in sunny Southern California a location rich in aerospace history we have unparalleled heritage in advanced sensing systems for space exploration national security and civil space. We are actively seeking engineers to help evolve our technologies and grow our business into new domains and markets. Are you up to the challenge? We would like to hear from you if you have the initiative and qualifications in space systems architecture space vehicle systems - in particular satellite bus subsystems design and integrated space and ground systems solutions. The Systems Engineering Center (SEC) is currently looking for a Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Leader who brings space mission system leadership spacecraft engineering new business capture and proposal experience to a growth oriented organization. Prior experience in satellite systems architecture design development testing and mission operations is desired. The successful candidate will be a member of the Space Mission Specialty Department and will provide engineering leadership for space systems design process including initial concept development system-level trades requirements definition spacecraft platform or bus design and optimization mission geometry orbit selection mission timeline performance assessment and mission-level cost optimization. The job responsibilities may include constellation and sensor MBSE. Knowledge of Space Ground and Launch segment inter-relationships to support the optimization of a mission baseline is desired. Potential responsibilities might include supporting the design and assessment of elements like ground segment and user segment in addition to space vehicle mission operations. Your vital contribution will help us to deliver excellence to our very demanding customers. The candidate should be capable of leading efforts that use tools such as STK Matlab C++ or similar tool(s) that create analytical products and perform model generation for data analysis and performance prediction. Possible tasks include defining day in the life (DITL) CONOPS for space mission systems. This position will interface with (or serve in the role of) Capture Manager Proposal Manager Lead Systems Engineer and other stake holders to ensure program objectives are achieved. Successful candidates should expect to be immersed in a fast-paced team-based and challenging technical environment where an individual with talent and initiative can stand out and thrive. Required Skills: 10 years engineering experience with at least 5 years working space systems engineering Leadership skills to develop proposals for Government commercial and international customers Ability to work independently determine and develop approach to solutions Domain expertise in one or more of spacecraft bus subsystems design e.g. electrical power ACS tracking telemetry and command (TT&C) propulsion thermal mechanical systems etc Experience defining the elements of a space mission performing preliminary mission design and developing operational concepts Experience generating systems engineering products to architect a conceptual mission architecture Experience with orbit selection design and ability to conduct orbit trades Experience quantifying mission utility and analyzing figures of merit Experience with targeting ground station pass analysis constellation design stationkeeping analysis or collision avoidance Evidence of problem solving and time management skills Experience working with multi-disciplined teams Excellent presentation skills and negotiation skills U.S. Citizenship status U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position requires an active DoD Top Secret security clearance Desired Skills: Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with all levels of the organization Government program office or laboratory experience Experience in Model Based System Engineering tools (such as IBM Rational or Vitec CORE) for developing architectures and functional analysis. Familiarity with SEIT tools such as STK MATLAB C++ and Python Familiarity with Earth target and regional coverage; producing access reports and performing Monte Carlo analysis of constellations with sensor physics in the loop Experience with mission geometry relative satellite motion and analyzing viewing and lighting conditions Experience modeling different types of spacecraft propulsion (e.g. chemical or electric/low thrust) Experience defining technical budgets (Delta V budget Link budget Mass budget Power budget Propellant budget Payload budget) and Orbit Cost Function Ability to carry out design of spacecraft subsystems Experience with small satellite design Familiarity with the Responsive Space concept and methods for reducing space mission cost and familiarity with space mission cost models including USCM8 SSCM NICM and COCOMO 81 Experience with mission operations and CONOPS Experience designing interplanetary trajectories (2-body and n-body problems) Knowledge of spherical trigonometry Knowledge of space radiation environment and orbital debris environment Knowledge of end-of-life and disposal approaches Experience with EO/IR payload design Ability to perform launch system selection and identification of launch opportunities Knowledge of ground segment antenna services and data distribution Knowledge of US Export/Import law in regards to space technologies Active US Top Secret/SCI clearance Required Education: Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree in Engineering Physics Math or related discipline. Desired Education: Advanced degree in Engineering Physics Math or related discipline. This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 161562 Job Information Job ID: 53987171 Position Title: Spacecraft Bus Subsystems Engineering Lead

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Date Posted: 2020-9-16

Please Apply by: 2020-10-2