Website Relativity Space
Integration Engineer (Mechanical Focus) Job Highlights
|Title||Integration Engineer (Mechanical Focus)|
|Location||Long Beach, CA, United States|
Relativity Space is building humanity’s multi-planetary future by using software-defined manufacturing, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, and autonomous robotics. The company’s long-term vision is to upgrade humanity’s industrial base on Earth and on Mars.
The company is seeking an Integration Engineer who will be responsible for taking propulsion and structural piece parts and subassemblies and integrating them into fully functional verified rocket stages ready for test or flight.
- The applicants should have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace, Mechanical, Or Manufacturing Engineering from a college or university.
- The candidates should have a minimum of 2 years of experience building and testing hardware in a manufacturing environment.
- Experience interfacing with design engineering, manufacturing, and production personnel.
- Experience planning and test conducting hazardous operations.
- Expert in at least 2 of the following: welding, trim and drill operations, LOX cleanliness, mechanical fastening, and torquing operations, tube bending, leak checking, sensor check-outs, integrated testing, mating operations, lifting, tool design, and fab, subassembly build, etc.
- Extensive experience authoring work instructions and/or test procedures to build and checkout interdisciplinary structural and fluid assemblies.
- Working knowledge of rocket subsystems including structures, mechanisms, high-pressure gas systems, and avionics.
- Assist with developing the business tools and processes that will be used to manufacture the first launch vehicle. In parallel, help to define and pilot the long-term ERP, MES, and QMS solutions that will enable high-quality, efficient vehicle manufacturing.
- Author test procedures and act as test conductor to verify as-installed hardware health and build integrity
- Develop strong working relationships with both Engineering and Factory Development teams to ensure all company objectives can be met
- Drive the assembly’s first integration effort through design integration, assembly sequencing, mBOM development, and build and test work order creation
- Establish the assembly’s station within the inaugural work cell by considering assembly operations, tooling and capital equipment requirements, and rate targets
- Leverage software and automation to rapidly integrate and check out stages while maintaining an accurate record of the as-planned and as-built configurations
- Manage the assembly build, integration, and non-reactive testing of the world’s first 3D printed rocket, delivering flight-ready stages to the test and launch sites
- Own a major integrated assembly and its child subassemblies from design release thru Integration to shipment – lay out the build and test flow to ensure an efficient, high-quality product flow capable of scaling with time
- Experience developing user interfaces for manufacturing and test execution
- New product introduction of an aerospace hardware system into manufacturing, test, and production system with proven success
- Self-starter that has demonstrated the ability to define and own a process from scratch and roll out that process through adept communication to a diverse team.
- Working knowledge of typical manufacturing execution systems and quality management systems.
Relativity Space is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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