Staff Space Systems Engineer (Top Secret Clearance)
Posted on: January 15, 2022
Our company specializes in active and passive optical
remote-sensing in Satellites! We are currently seeking a Spacecraft
System Engineer to work partial-remote in the Virginia area -100%
paid medical, 6% matching 401(k)
This Jobot Job is hosted by: Patrick Murray
Are you a fit? Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply Now" button
and sending us your resume.
Salary: $120,000 - $140,000 per year
A bit about us:
Our company specializes in delivering a wide array of remote
sensing and optical systems for our clients and customers. We hold
cutting edge technology to our core and love building active
systems, including high power laser sources and complex imaging
systems in demanding environments. Our laser and payload systems
are second to none and we are currently seeking a hybrid work from
home Staff Systems Engineer to help us keep it that way.
Our Staff System Spacecraft Engineer (INCOSE style) will be a keep
player in providing technical management of project requirements,
system architecture, system interfaces, mission assurance
guidelines, and system compliance.
If you are a Lead Software Engineer or Solution Architect with
Software Architecture experience, please read on.
Why join us?
Competitive total compensation
$120,000 to $140,000 base salary range (DOE)
Up to 10% Annual Bonus
Hybrid Remote out of Secure Chantilly location
Comprehensive Benefits (100% employer paid - no employee
$2,800 per year into a Health Savings Account (HSA) for individuals
and $5,600 per year for families
Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance -
$50,000 per employee
Short Term Disability Insurance (8 days to 12 weeks)
Long Term Disability Insurance (> 90 days)
Provides 20 total days of PTO per year (accrued each pay period).
This covers "vacation" and "sick" time.
PTO accruals increase to 25 days after 5 years
401(k) provides a direct employer contribution of 6% of salary
after one year of employment.
The successful candidate will support management, design,
development, and testing activities for prototype and production
systems in Electro-Optical space missions.
Support development of project technical documentation such as
ICDs, CONOPS, compliance matrices, technical plans/reports, and
MBSE System Models.
Effectively contribute during all phases of the payload lifecycle,
including test planning assistance and execution for sensor
characterization, system-level performance verification, and
Use investigative and trouble-shooting skills to assess issues and
develop resolutions in the lab and in the field.
Assist in planning and executing test events and resolving issues
encountered, both operational and technical, via standard
Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering, physics, mathematics,
or computer science (or equivalent combination of experience,
training or certifications in detailed technical field(s)).
An active US Government Security Clearance or the ability to obtain
a Clearance. Current SSBI is preferred; please note if
3+ years of experience with systems engineering, design,
integration, testing, or related experience with space systems,
remote sensing ground systems, and/or other complex integrated
INCOSE ASEP, CSEP, or ESEP certified.
Hands-on experience with MBSE modeling applications
(MagicDraw/Cameo, Sparx, Rhapsody, etc.).
Advanced proficiency with Excel, including complex formulas and VBA
Experience with various computing concepts, components, platforms,
networking, processing algorithms, etc.
Hands-on expertise leading troubleshooting and resolution of system
Experience using MATLAB and/or Satellite Toolkit.
Hands-on expertise with passive or active optical systems.
Experience with optical quality assessment, pointing and
radiometric calibration of EO systems.
Experience in astronomy, physics, or remote-sensing.
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