Reliability and Maintainability Engineer
Who we are As Paragon Space Development celebrates 27+ years of providing award-winning life support and thermal control solutions for extreme environments, we've recognized that it is our employees that keep our business thriving. By any measure, Paragon is an exciting and rewarding place to work. Our goal is to hire the best and allow you to do the work that you enjoy! We are interested in developing individuals who appreciate a challenge and like working on a variety of projects in a fast-paced environment. JOB DESCRIPTION : RELIABILITY & MAINTAINABILITY ENGINEER (SYSTEM SAFETY & ECLSS) You will have the opportunity to work with a wide variety of engineering teams to identify failure scenarios, and inform the design of highly autonomous vehicles that must operate on long-duration missions with exceptionally high reliability. RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform reliability analyses for complex systems (quantitative and qualitative) Review systems, identify failure modes, and develop preferred scenarios (i.e. work to put strong engineering controls in place, with the right verifications) Work with engineers to review and mitigate risks Provide probabilistic and statistics support to engineers developing test programs Study control loops to identify fault detection, isolation, recovery methods Build engineering models to understand failure propagation BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline, physics, statistics or math Professional, internship, or project experience in a multidisciplinary role (i.e. engineering roles in manufacturing, integration, reliability, technical program management, or operations) PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Advanced degrees in engineering with reliability analysis experience through on spaceflight, and/or other aerospace/military programs Experience in launch vehicles, spacecraft or other aerospace systems Background in electronics or ECLSS Ability to think out-of-the-box, motivate people to think imaginatively of how things can break Experience with physics, statistics, probability theory , Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA), Failure Modes, Effects, & Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Critical Items List (CIL) development Ability to explain the above concepts to the lay-person or a customer, strong communication skills, ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment Practical experience in hardware development Professional experience with complex mechanical system DESIRED ATTRIBUTES: Experience in one of the following discipline areas: Life Support System Design Crew Systems Design Crew Cabin Design Mechanical Design, Mechanical Analysis Thermal Control System Design Thermal Analysis Human Factors U.S. Citizenship or permanent resident status is required for this position.
Paragon Space Development
Engineering & Architecture
November 25 on ApplicantPRO