Ball Corporation / Ball Aerospace Engineer I – Systems Engineering Fault Management Engineer (666772) in Boulder, Colorado
Engineer I – Systems Engineering Fault Management Engineer (666772)
CO - Boulder
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Engineer I – Systems Engineering Fault Management Engineer
This position is for a motivated, driven systems engineer who is looking to develop cross-cutting systems engineering skills by contributing to a fault management team tasked with creating a fault management baseline for space vehicles and/or missions.
What You’ll Do:
Contribute to fault management concept, development, test, and training/operations activities from program onset to delivery.
Work with a team to develop spacecraft and/or mission-level fault management design
Understand mission-level priorities and risk posture to inform fault management implementation
Develop a working knowledge of individual vehicle subsystems
Collaborate with subject matter experts to solve unique design challenges related spacecraft health and safety
Understand failure modes and effects for vehicle subsystems and components
Establish responses maintain vehicle safety should a failure occur
Tailor and implement existing fault containment strategies based on program needs and requirements
Clearly and thoroughly document the fault management approach in Systems Engineering Reports.
Develop test plans, procedures, and scripts, and execute test campaigns to verify fault management design.
Gain a detailed and architecture-level understanding of the spacecraft and/or mission system through creation & implementation of the fault management design
Active member of vehicle systems engineering team, involved in vehicle-level design, requirements verification, integration and test and mission operations activities
Collaborative member of fault management section, contributing to internal peer reviews, development of common philosophies and approaches, training and mentoring activities
Maintain a regular and predictable work schedule.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships within the department, the Strategic Business Units, Strategic Support Units and the Company. Interact appropriately with others in order to maintain a positive and productive work environment.
Perform other duties as necessary.
What You’ll Need:
Bachelor's degree or higher in Engineering or a related technical field is required, plus 2 or more years related experience in either space vehicle systems, space vehicle operations or space vehicle test.
Each higher-level degree, i.e., Master’s Degree or Ph.D., may substitute for two years of experience. Related technical experience may be considered in lieu of education. Degree must be from a university, college, or school which is accredited by an agency recognized by the US Secretary of Education, US Department of Education.
Self-motivated learner with demonstrated desire and ability to learn new technical areas
Capability to think critically at all mission levels; architecture-level impacts of design decisions down to implementation details
Collaborative, team-oriented approach to problem solvin
Detailed understanding of one or more spacecraft subsystem
Experience with simulator/hardware test development and execution and/or mission operations
Outstanding communication, writing, and presentation skills
Systems engineering experience with requirements validation and verification
Top candidates will be goal oriented individuals with excellent organizational skills, a team mindset, and will be capable of coming up to speed quickly on the assigned program.
Current TS/SCI Clearance is desired.
Work is performed in an office, laboratory, production floor, or clean room, outdoors or remote research environment.
May occasionally work in production work centers where use of protective equipment and gear is required.
May access other facilities in various weather conditions.
Travel and local commute between Ball campuses and other possible non-Ball locations may be required.
Successful applicant for this position must be eligible to obtain a DoD clearance or government customer access to classified/sensitive material. A current DoD clearance is not required to be eligible for this position, however the successful applicant will be required to obtain a DoD clearance or government customer access within a reasonable time after the offer is extended and must be able to maintain the applicable clearance. *US Citizenship is Required. By applying to this position you are agreeing to complete a National Security Clearance Pre-Screen Questionnaire, if one is required, to evaluate your general ability to obtain the required security clearance or government customer access associated with this position.
Relocation for this position is Available
US CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED
Ball Aerospace is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.