Electrical 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 an Electrical Engineer who will
be supporting the design and creation of these aerospace technologies. The Electrical Engineer will be
working at our hot-fire test stand in San Bernadino, CA, assisting in set up, building systems and firing.
The successful candidate will be collaborating with our team of Engineers and Technicians to ensure
smooth operation during testing.

Responsibilities include:

  • Write automation software using Labview, Simulink to interact with units under test, test
    equipment, instrumentation, and production documentation systems
  • Work at the hot-fire test stand to implement and integrate DAQ
  • Full interaction and cooperation with the design engineers to make sure products are reliable
    and efficient
  • Understanding and working knowledge of FPGA
  • Development of wire harnesses and an understanding of wiring diagrams, noise reduction signal
    conditioners, grounding


  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Science or a related technical field
  • 5+ years of relevant experience
  • Knowledge of calibrating navigation sensors (gyroscopes and accelerometers)
  • Software development experience in Matlab, Python, or C/C++
  • Experience with test systems and developing test automation software
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain U.S. security clearance
  • Teamwork capabilities and leadership qualities, self-starter

Tagged as: FPGA, Matlab, python, C++, labview, simulink, u.s. security clearance

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