Associate Systems Integration/Test Engineer

Company Details

To lead innovation, manufacturing and operations

Be more than just an employee number! Join Terran Orbital, the leader in innovation, manufacturing and operations in the small satellite industry. We are a pioneer in the miniaturization of space technologies and the delivery of responsive space solutions. We are a unique, fast growing, and trusted team focused on quickly and economically designing, building, launching, and operating state-of-the-art satellites for advanced mission constellations.

Terran Orbital Corporation is seeking an Associate Systems Integration/Test Engineer. The candidate will work within a multidisciplinary team to build, integrate, and test space vehicles at both the sub-system and system levels.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Vehicle and module assembly, integration, and test procedures.
  • Help develop tools and hardware to enable vehicle assembly and ensure vehicle testing abilities
  • Assist with full testing campaigns ensuring vehicle integrity of electronic and mechanical systems
  • Vehicle integration build flow and test concept of operations
  • Position will require being hands-on and will require standing for extended periods of time.
  • Electrical and Mechanical issue debugging at the satellite system and subsystem level
  • Manage work orders and driving nonconformances into actionable items and system improvements
  • Responsible for enabling day-to-day execution of the vehicle integration and test flow
  • Help refine manufacturing assembly procedures based on lessons learned to mature status
  • Interface with engineers and technicians to advance to larger scale manufacturing and automation
  • Assist with evaluating proposed designs for manufacturability and integration into subsystems
  • Responsible for leading vehicle assembly, integration, and test procedures on 1st (6 AM to 2:30 PM) or 2nd (2 to 10:30 PM) shifts
  • Communicate progress, challenges, and opportunities to engineering and leadership in a clear and effective manner.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Requirements

AS degree or on path toward BS in an Engineering discipline or related technical discipline
1+ years of experience (internship time is counted) as a test technician supporting highly integrated cross-disciplinary assembly operations, with hands-on technical experience.

Desired Skills/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace, Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Electrical Engineering or related technical discipline
  • Experience with build integration and testing of propulsion, thermal, electrical and/or structural systems; including, but not limited to: vibration, shock, thermal, vacuum, and radiation testing.
  • Experience with electrical debugging of PCB Assemblies, including the ability to read electrical schematics.
  • Documentation and configuration management experience
  • Experience executing to test plans, procedures and providing go/no-go judgment
  • Experience in a production environment within the aerospace industry
  • Experience working in a laboratory setting, particularly a cleanroom with ESD precautions
  • The ability to read and write basic code in any major programming language.
  • Experience using Linux based operating systems

Benefits

  • Employee Equity Incentive Program
  • Company-paid comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • 401(K) Match
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Cross-training and professional development opportunities

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