Geocent's Aerospace & Defense Engineering Sector offers exciting and challenging opportunities in the Space and Missile Defense Industry. Geocent employees across the country subscribe to the company's culture of focusing on results when serving our large, diverse group of clients nationwide.
The successful candidate will support the GSE team that is responsible for performing the system engineering and
integration, design, test, analysis, fabrication, assembly, and delivery of all ground support hardware necessary to meet the flight hardware ground operations needs from the manufacturing facility to the launch site.
The Liquid Engines Office (LEO) supports the system level design, integration, development, test, qualification, and
acceptance of the Space Launch System (SLS) liquid engines. This position will support the LEO at Marshall Space Flight
Center (MSFC) or at Kennedy Space Center (KSC).
The Senior Systems Integration Engineer will support the SLS Level III Liquid Engines Office ensuring the adequacy
of Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) products to the SLS Vehicle and to Kennedy Space Center Ground
Operations. Operations and Logistics responsibilities include:
- Facilitate engine-to-vehicle and engine-to-architecture technical integration and integrate with other SLS and Engineering
organizations to coordinate and obtain the necessary information to produce documents that meet the Program/Project
requirements and assist in the review and approvals of documents.
- Assist in the review and disposition of cross programs Operations Maintenance Requirements and Specifications
(OMRS), as well as the review of Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) Work Authorization Documents (WADs).
- Participate in task teams and document reviews.
- Provide status on issues and deliverables.
- Maintain open communication with the SLS Level II Vehicle SE&I Operations Team.
The Jacobs Space Exploration Group (JSEG) offers a partnership in which you can grow personally and professionally
within a framework of strong leadership, competitive compensation, and rewarding career paths. Come join our team on
the Engineering Services and Science Capability Augmentation (ESSCA) contract whose work is destined to have a longrange
effect on future generations!
Degree in Engineering or related field from an ABET-accredited university is required. Typically, educational requirements
are the equivalent of a Ph.D., with minimum of 24 years experience, a Masters with at least 28 years of experience, or BS
with at least 30 years of experience.
- Strong vehicle and ground operations experience and a working knowledge of the NASA SE&I processes.
- Working knowledge of NASA requirements.
- Excellent communication skills.
The following experience is desired:
- Hands on experience with operations and logistics at KSC is highly desirable.
- Knowledge of liquid engine design, manufacture and ground processing.
- Working knowledge of requirement verification and validation.
- Prior working knowledge of Solumina and/or Windchill.
Due to this government contract, all candidates must be a US Citizen.