Materials and Processes Engineer - Client location: California
Experience in a materials and processes (M&P) technical engineer position.
Job SummaryAs a M&P Engineer, you will be part of a team that designs and fabricates of mechanical systems on a large variety of commercial and military programs. Your primary responsibility will be to support the M&P requirements of these programs. However, in our fast paced environment, we have a need for an individual who is able to fulfill the requirements of a program beyond the M&P role. This position requires an individual who is driven, self-starting, and has a desire to be part of a team of passionate peers.
- Participate in and/or lead FMECA, and criticality analysis activities.
- Create parts, materials, and process (PMP) plans in compliance of customer technical documents (Statements of Work, Performance Specifications, Subcontractor Mission Assurance Requirements, etc)
- Participate in anomaly resolution by supporting Failure Review Boards (FRB) and providing non-conformance and failure analysis assessments.
- Review and approve analysis and engineering drawings performed by team members.
- Interact with internal and external customers.
- Develop and present materials for project related briefings including design reviews to be given to internal and external customers.
- Collaborate with other disciplines including design, manufacturing, quality, and procurement.
- Requires BS in Engineering & 10 years or Masters in Engineering & 7 years or PhD in Engineering & 5 years
- Experience in a materials and processes (M&P) technical engineer position.
- Experience in providing technical guidance and direction to engineering team in the design, test, production, and maintenance phases of a project.
- Experience in performing FMECA, criticality analysis, and reliability analysis.
- Familiarity with common manufacturing processes, chemical coatings, metals and their treatments in the manufacturing of satellite subsystems. (Solar Arrays, Deployable Mechanical Systems)
- Understanding of challenges encountered for materials in space applications. (outgassing, atomic oxygen, cold welding, dissimilar metals)