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70% - Develop reliability and safety models/analyses for various systems and communicate results to company engineers and managers. This includes FMECAs (Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analyses), reliability predictions, subsystem hazard analyses, and range safety assessments.

10% - Provide design input to improve product reliability and product safety when necessary; interacting with a wide variety of individuals and teams to communicate results.

5% - Design reliability test plans to qualify new product and processes, evaluate test anomalies, and ensure consistent adherence to high quality standards by application of reliability techniques.

5% - Drive program compliance to Reliability and System Safety procedures and standard work.

5% - Perform Probabilistic Risk Assessments.

5% - Lead fault tree assessments related to product anomalies.

Skills: -Liquid rocket engine knowledge and experience are strongly preferred.

-Reliability Engineering course work is strongly preferred.

-Candidates must have excellent communication and problem-solving skills and have working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word).

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Candidates should be self-starters and have the ability to work independently as well as with a team.

Keywords:

Education: Bachelor's of Science degree in Engineering and five (5) years of directly related technical experience in engineering disciplines, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Skills and Experience:

Required Skills:

ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

RELIABILITY ENGINEERING

FAILURE MODES


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