We are looking for a Satellite Design Engineer for Turion Space.
- Design metallic structures and propulsion fluid systems under accelerated timelines
- Review specifications and other engineering data to develop mechanical systems
- Update designs and drawings through engineering change orders to support our rapid pace of design iteration
- Create a detailed component and assembly drawings incorporating an understanding of GD&T and tolerance stack-ups
- Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline
- 2+ years of mechanical design and drafting experience
- Experience with 3D CAD software
- Solid understanding and application of GD&T and tolerance stack-ups
- Spacecraft design experience
Preferred Skills and Experience
- Hands-on experience working on teams designing hardware in a highly constrained system under defined timelines
- Familiarity with welded structures and fluid systems
- Ability to manage large assembly models and drawings
- Ability to work and communicate well with minimal supervision
- Creative problem solver that can bring multiple disciplines together to achieve buy-in for a unified design direction
- Self-motivated with strong multi-tasking, organizational, communication, and documentation skills
To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR §120.15), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
$70,000-$110,000 yearly, generous equity compensation
About Turion Space
Turion Space was formed with the vision of building the technology required for humanity's interplanetary future. Our short-term goal is to solve the most significant threat to that vision - orbital debris. The exponential growth of spacecraft and launch vehicles entering Earth's orbits has dramatically increased the risk of collisions. Even a small number of these conjunctions will lead to the inaccessibility of the final frontier. We are developing the technology to stabilize this threat. This challenge will also serve as a test-bed for future asteroid resource extraction.