Design Engineer

Company Details

Building the future of space propulsion.

Frontier Aerospace Corporation conceptualizes, designs, proves and additively manufactures in-space and launch system rocket propulsion thrusters. From concept ideation to product development or design
verification testing, we have a proven philosophy for propulsion development that produces reliable,
tested designs that are ready for hand-off for final flight design qualification. We are currently working on the NASA TALOS program, delivering critical payload to the Moon.

Our people are what makes our dream come to fruition. We are seeking a Design Engineer who will be
supporting the design and creation of these aerospace technologies. As a Design Engineer, you will be
working collaboratively with the rest of the team across multiple projects to produce quality thrusters.
The role is hands-on with a lot of responsibility attached. The designer will look after the whole design
process, from concept to production.

Responsibilities include:

  • Read and interpret blueprints, technical drawings, schematics, and computer-generated reports
  • Develop design proposals and answer customer requests
  • Monitor part fabrication and validate part quality
  • Create conceptual layouts of propulsion systems and systems within flight vehicles
  • Perform developmental and/or test work
  • Review product requirements
  • Contribute content for proposal responses
  • Plan and organize design projects
  • Conduct component selection (either existing or modified) to meet specification requirements
  • Research and analyze design proposals, specs, manuals, and other data to evaluate feasibility,
    cost, maintenance requirements and risk of designs or applications
  • Documentation of specs
  • Team player, organized, company vision support

CAD User Roles:

  • Model 3D parts and 3D assemblies using CREO
  • Create drawings using CREO
  • Apply American National Standards Institute standards and company best-practices in technical
    drawing creation
  • Understand 3D parametric modeling best-practices
  • Understand the use of WindChill PLM for computer aided design and document management

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or a related field
  • 8+ years of relevant experience
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain U.S. security clearance

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