Masten Space Systems is enabling sustainable access and utilization of the Moon, Mars, and beyond. We’ve been building and flying reusable rockets for nearly two decades with the most successful rocket-powered landings in the industry. We work directly with NASA, defense, and commercial customers to develop the tech it takes to break down the barriers to space. We’re now on a mission to land on the Lunar South Pole - the first of many Masten missions to unlock the value in space for humans on Earth.
Facilities Maintenance duties:
- Will support the EHS Manager in overall maintenance and facilities management for a mid-sized facility in Mojave, CA
- Support short term repairs and long term facilities maintenance strategy; ie: HVAC systems, lighting, roofing, drainage, water, gas, and electrical equipment often working in conjunction with contractors and 3rd parties
- Work closely with EHS Manager to support ongoing maintenance needs, safety initiatives, and OSHA compliance
- The candidate needs to be self-sufficient and has the ability to solve problems with minimal oversight
- Will support general office space, Research & Development lab, Manufacturing, and Test operations
- Approximately 25-30k sq ft overall, supporting several buildings on-site in Mojave CA
Preferred Skills and Experience:
- A minimum of 3 years working as a facilities and/or maintenance technician or equivalent educational experience
- Base level experience with troubleshooting and repair of related systems: electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry, equipment, and general mechanical aptitude
- Experience with small construction projects – basic overall understanding of the construction process
- Possess a valid CA Drivers License, and be comfortable with driving light to medium-duty trucks and equipment
- Proficiency in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook — Emails, completing reports, purchase orders, etc.
- Effective and reliable communication skills
Provide 24/7 on-call support of all critical activities and emergency situations
All applicants must be U.S. persons as defined in the U.S. export control laws (22 CFR §120.15) and regulations to include: U.S. citizen, national, lawful permanent resident, or individual admitted to the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.