Aerospace Engineer - Junior

WANTED: An entry level Aerospace Engineer with an understanding and application of the knowledge of engineering technology, systems engineering concepts to the specific technical tasks, and education or experience in subject systems and processes.
As an Aerospace Engineer you will:
Apply your knowledge of Aerospace Engineering to the specific technical tasks at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC).
Work with a team of driven, supportive and highly skilled professionals.
Receive a robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan!
Enjoy flexibility managing your work hours and personal needs with a single accrual leave plan.
A week in the life of an Aerospace Engineer:
Perform aeronautical engineering analysis for various aircraft.
Development of mission models and profiles for analysis of mission envelopes given changes in vehicle configuration and science experiments for support of various science missions.
Analyze flight data to update models for refinement and increase confidence of future missions.
Analyze project objectives and requirements, develop plans for conducting projects, provide support for the project safety review process, including participation in the development of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, documentation of hazards, and the specification and implementation of mitigations to those hazards.
Conduct test planning including both ground and flight tests. Post flight data analysis and reporting.
Review project instructions to ascertain requirements, specifications, procedures, objectives, equipment, nature of technical problem, and possible solutions.
Set up and conduct tests or studies of complete systems, components, or concepts under research test conditions to investigate proposals for improving performance or other factors; or to obtain data for development, standardization, and quality control with some supervisory direction and review.
Record test or report procedures and results, numerical and graphical data, and make recommendations for changes.
Create reports and other documentation necessary to describe the results of studies and/or tests.
Analyze indicated and calculated results in relation to requirements, specifications, or test objectives.
Perform work in accordance with NASA ISO AS9100 procedures and applicable regulatory requirements.
Founded in 1975, AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the largest employee-owned companies in the United States. We are a government services contractor focused on delivering Strategic Solutions to complex national priority programs with 100+ locations worldwide. Our employee-owners are encouraged to make a difference, implement new ideas in a collaborative environment, and focus on mission critical success. Through our focus on quality, strong cultural beliefs and innovation we deliver excellence every day. Join us!
Job Requirements
Must be a US citizen
Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Physical Science
Knowledge of Engineering principles and Systems Engineering processes.
Must be able to work in a dynamic and multi-task work environment by prioritizing work and coordinating task/project schedules.
Must be able to manage and decompose requirements in specific technical areas.
Strong communications and ability to work in a team environment a must.
EOE M/F/Disability/Veterans

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