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The ISS Operations (Ops) Lead is assigned to every payload and coordinates all efforts of pre-increment International Space Station payload readiness.
- Assesses a payload and works closely with the Payload Developer (PD) to become knowledgeable on their science objective/requirements and to guide the PD teams through the POIF milestones.
- Reviews CDR Data Packs, writing payload crew procedures, defining, coordinating and performing crew payload training, participating in usability tests and developing Phase III cadre training.
- Supports development of real-time flight products as well as Flight Rules and Payload Regulations.
- Supports real-time operations of assigned payloads which could include working other shifts besides 1st shift.
- The ability to handle multiple assignments simultaneously is a must.
The Payload Rack Operations Technical Lead is a first level manager who is responsible for the oversight of the activities of the Payload Rack Officer (PRO) Specialist Teams related to the technical aspects of the International Space Station’s (ISS) onboard support systems that support payload operations. This includes ensuring that all technical forums have appropriate participation from the team, reviewing of the technical content of system and rack upgrades, participating in special studies, leading troubleshooting activities, assisting in instruction and training of new personnel as well as proficiency and currency training for certified personnel.
The PRO Technical Operations Lead will also perform management/administrative tasks such as weekly report inputs, staffing planning to support contract management reviews, process weekly timesheets for the employees in the PRO Technical Operations group, and employee performance evaluations. This position will participate in the weekly Space Systems Operations Management Team meetings to provide status team status and elevate issues that need to be addressed to the Space Systems Operations Branch management. The PRO Technical Operations Lead must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the PRO flight controller position.
The DMC Technical Operations Lead is first level manager who responsible for the oversight of the activities of the Data Management Coordinator (DMC) Specialist Teams related to aspects of the International Space Station’s (ISS) onboard data, video, and network systems that support payload operations. This oversight includes ensuring that all technical forums have appropriate participation from the team, reviewing of the technical content of system upgrades, participating in special studies, leading troubleshooting activities, assisting in instruction and training of new personnel as well as proficiency and currency training for certified personnel. The DMC Technical Operations Lead will also perform management/administrative tasks such as weekly report inputs, staffing planning to support contract management reviews, process weekly timesheets for the employees in the DMC Technical Operations group, and employee performance evaluations.
This position will participate in the weekly Space Systems Operations Management Team meetings to provide team status and elevate issues that need to be addressed to the Space Systems Operations Branch management. The DMC Technical Operations Lead must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the DMC flight controller position.
The Receiving Inspector will Perform Quality Assurance Receiving Inspector functions by conducting, reporting and documenting results of receiving inspection activities as assigned.
Must be familiar with ASME Codes and standards, with experience in reviewing Certified Materials Test Report (CMTRs) for acceptance of material procured.
Perform vendor audits and layered process audits as required.
Maintain a safe and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures.
The Senior Contracts Administrator will require a self-motivated, pro-active individual with the ability to organize, problem-solve, coordinate and administer multiple assignments concurrently.
- Administration of contract proposals for new business and/or changes to existing contracts to include ensuring compliance with all proposal requirements.
- Negotiate and administer government and commercial contracts.
- Review of work requirements received under contracts to determine if work is within scope and intent of contract.
- Develop contract administration procedures consistent with corporate guidelines.
- Assist government auditors during their audit providing required information and resolving questions while serving as the focal point between the company and governmental agencies/external contractors for assigned contracts.
- Inform company personnel on allowable costs and advise company personnel on contract interpretation.
- Provide management with contract status including contract deliveries and cost.
The Business Development Representative recommends, initiates and coordinates overall business development strategy and plans at the company level relating to the full range of company products and services or in assigned area of concentration relating to designated customers, programs, product lines or geographical areas.
- Applies original concepts and independent action in complex business development research and performs original research to analyze and solve unusual business development/sales problems.
- Maintains consistent contact of a highly significant nature with company and customer executives and government officials to promote business development/sales of company products and services.
- Collects, evaluates and applies the most complex data requiring rapid correlation and assimilation in order to recommend, develop and carry out business development plans. Will serve as capture manager and/or proposal manager occasionally.
- Remains fully cognizant of current and future legislation appropriation and authorizations which affect company business development and recommends appropriate action to senior company leaders and/or directs lobbying efforts to encourage favorable legislature action from the company business viewpoint.
The CNC Machinist – I will plan, lay out, fabricate, and assemble the most complex production machined parts and highly complex prototype research and development machined parts.
Other responsibilities assigned to this position will be to:
- Set up, program, and operate all types of CNC and manual machine shop and tool room machines and equipment and verify that the center of rotation and the pivot point is correct.
- Set up and operate independently machine shop machines such as 4, 5 and 6 Axis CNC and manual milling machines, lathes, surface grinders, bench grinders, shapers, planers, horizontal and vertical boring mill, and jig boring machines.
- Exercise considerable care of equipment, tools, parts, machines, and materials to prevent damage. Interprets blueprints, drawings, route sheets, and other specifications to ascertain nature of assigned work orders.
- Works from series of drawings which may have section views and which may require computing taper and angle dimensions, pitch, clearance, tolerance, and fit.
- Determines own work procedure for assigned number of pieces, types of metal, types of machines, tools and attachments, speeds and feeds, tolerances and sequences of operations.
- Exercises considerable judgment, ingenuity, initiative in the planning, layout and performance of all assignments.
- Performs quality machining of materials such as Titanium, copper, brass, tool steels, various stainless steels, magnesium, nickel, plastics, epoxy fibers, and other materials as required.
- Uses precision instruments such as gauge blocks, toolmakers, buttons and taper and bevel gauges, air gauges, comparators, indicators, and micrometers.
- Assists in estimating or evaluating work as required.
The Sr. Wiring Specialist works under the supervision of a manufacturing supervisor performing wiring of assemblies, assists with tests, and troubleshoots with the highest quality of workmanship.
- Works from work orders with accompanying blueprints, sketches, verbal instructions, and specifications. Demonstrates state-of-the-art knowledge of materials, methods, equipment and techniques relative to wiring.
- Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches and verbal instructions and specifications. Exercises judgment, ingenuity and initiative. Demonstrates ability to advise design and engineering personnel in up to the minute developments in new techniques and procedures and materials.
- Demonstrates ability to accomplish all required layout, set up, clamping, fixturing and measuring necessary within assigned tasks without seeking higher technical assistance.
- Practices on-the-job safety and housekeeping as required or as necessary to maintain a clean safe workplace.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The Timeline Change Officer (TCO) serves as the real-time expert on all NASA payload planning-related information for the International Space Station. Coordinating with NASA control centers, International Partners, and NASA Payload Developers, the TCO bridges the gap between long range planning and execution of the plan on board by the crew. The TCO team supports real-time operations seven days a week, twenty-four hours per day; in addition, short term planning operations are supported five days a week, eight hours per day.
The POI Stowage Engineer serves as the real-time expert on all NASA inventory items.
- Provide a daily list of parts, tools, materials needed to perform science activities on the International Space Station.
- Coordinate with NASA control centers, International Partners, and NASA Payload Developers.
Developers; POI Stowage ensures hardware is tracked from launch to landing. The POI Stowage Team supports real-time operations five days a week, twenty-four hours per day; in addition, back room teams support five days a week, eight hours per day.
The Senior Systems Engineer will perform as lead/project engineer for the Lithium project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee reporting to the E&E PM and administratively reporting to the E&E chief Engineer.
- Coordinate the engineering, design and construction activities including the activities of TBE personnel, subcontractors and customer representatives.
- Act as deputy PM back-up for the Project Manager.
- Develop and maintain schedules, budgets etc.
- Set up project coordination meetings and prepare progress reports.
The Senior Electrical Engineer will be responsible for examining and evaluating customer requirements as well as planning, developing, managing and controlling the electrical and I&C activities of the program(s) he/she is assigned to.
Engaged in performing and or supervising the performance of a major analysis, design, development, and/or test efforts.
Will work under the administration of the Chief Engineer and/or project Manager he/she is assigned to.
Shall coordinate and perform technical liaison with customer and subcontractor representatives in support of project tasks.
Shall prepare or supervise the preparation of specifications, drawings, manuals and other technical documentation in the area of expertise.
The Weapon System Hardware Operational Status Analyst perform duties related to the Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) of Patriot hardware operational status monitoring software. Candidate will review prime contractor software requirements documentation, software and requirements change documentation. Tasks include on-site participation in acceptance and contractor test events, prime contractor Formal Qualification Tests (FQTs) and major program meetings. Analyst will independently review FQT data. Analyst will design, execute and analyze independent tests of the software using the Patriot Software Test Facility at the Army Software Engineering Directorate and produce independent test reports.
The Electrical Engineer will support the ACWA Government Field Office (GFO) at the BGCAPP. The GFO is responsible for overseeing the system contractor as they systemize and operate the BGCAPP.
Other Position Responsibilities:
- Perform document reviews, technical research, observe, monitor, and provide technical input regarding systems contractor planning and execution of systemization, operations, and closure.
- Provide fact based technical input to the Government in evaluating whether systemization and operating requirements are being met by the systems contractor design and if they are incorporated into systemization plans and procedures.
- Monitor systems contractor progress with plans, procedures, and personnel and make recommendations to the Government with regard to preparations for proper commissioning, start up, maintenance, and operation of the electrical power systems. Witness testing for startup and commissioning of the primary and secondary power systems.
- Provide technical input and assistance developing independent cost estimates and conducting evaluation of technical and cost proposals submitted by the systems contractor.
- Participate in Integrated Product Teams and Working Groups related to the control systems in the plant.
The Senior Systems Administrator will be responsible for day-to-day installation, administration, and maintenance of Local Area Networks, Microsoft Directory Services, Windows Server platform, enterprise storage platforms, and Microsoft Exchange servers and associated technologies.
The successful candidate will work in the Infrastructure organization and troubleshoot problems and provide technical expertise for architecture, administration, and support of:
- Microsoft technologies such as Active Directory and Exchange
- Servers and applications
- Storage systems
- Virtualization technologies
- Backup Systems
- Security Patching
- VBScript & PowerShell Scripting
The applicant must be able to troubleshoot complex Infrastructure issues in a multi-homed enterprise server environment, and work independently with little supervision.
The position requires the ability to administer solutions based on Microsoft, VMWare, Cisco, and NetApp technology stacks, as well as a host of other associated software and hardware vendors. The successful candidate will be able to maintain a working knowledge of all Teledyne enterprise architecture standards as well as troubleshoot, analyze and resolve system and Enterprise directory services, server, and application problems.
Must be able to operate in an environment where information security is a top priority.
***Applicants must have an active security clearance or the ability to obtain an interim Security Clearance until full clearance is granted***
Cyber Security Analyst required to develop and maintain Cyber Security Assessment and Authorization processes to evaluate compliance of DoD weapon systems. Tasks will include vulnerability scans and evaluation, plus authorization documentation development and maintenance in eMASS facilitating the acquisition of IATT, ATO, and CON.
This position is for a radar systems test support analyst to perform BMDS radar systems software test development and execution.
- Familiarity with requirements analysis and traceability, use case development, test documentation, test environment configuration at both the unit and system level is desired.
- Experience with test tools such as TestTrack and DOORS is desired.
The Laboratory Technician III performs a variety of standardized tasks in support of the software developers in a computer laboratory. It is a special part-time position that will require 32 hours to be worked weekly. Other responsibilities will be be too:
- Assist IA manager and ISSO with security duties in Classified Lab.
- Perform general lab administrative duties in Classified Development Lab.
- May include account set up and maintenance and System administrative activities.
***This position requires an active Security Clearance***
The Operations Controller (OC) manages the execution of International Space Station (ISS) U.S. payloads and science experiments and ensures the required resources and constraints are in place to effectively and safely operate. Further, the OC is responsible for coordination of any U.S. payload anomaly troubleshooting and recovery as well as recovery of payloads due to systems failures. The OC must be knowledgeable on systems-to-payloads/experiment interfaces as well as the payload/experiment hardware/software, rules, regulations, safety requirements, and operational procedures. The OC team supports real-time operations seven days a week, twenty-four hours per day. Other duties include reviewing CDR Data Packs, writing payload crew procedures, defining, coordinating and performing crew payload training, participating in usability tests and developing Phase III cadre training. They support development of real-time flight products as well as Flight Rules and Payload Regulations.
The CMM Operator/Programmer, Laser Tracker and Mechanical Inspector will perform CMM and/or Laser Tracker inspections (including mechanical inspections) on complex hardware to assure 100% product conformity.
- Perform CMM and/or Laser Tracker Inspections (including standard use of hand tools for measurement) to determine complex product acceptability.
- Read and understand engineering drawings, specifications and standards including application of GD&T.
- Performs as a specialist in mechanical inspections.