02 Jan
Sr. EHP Safety Review Panel Representative - HLS Program
Texas, Johnsonspacecenter , 77001 Johnsonspacecenter USA

The Aerospace Corporation is the trusted partner to the nation's space programs, solving the hardest problems and providing unmatched technical expertise. As the operator of a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC), we are broadly engaged across all aspects of space- delivering innovative solutions that span satellite, launch, ground, and cyber systems for defense, civil and commercial customers. When you join our team, you'll be part of a special collection of problem solvers, thought leaders, and innovators. Join us and take your place in space. At Aerospace, we are committed to providing an inclusive and diverse workplace for all employees to share in our common passion and aspiration - to carry out a mission much bigger than ourselves. Building on The Aerospace Corporation's reputation as a trusted, impartial advisor with integrity and dedication to mission success, the Civil Systems Group (CSG) combines deep technical expertise with market-leading innovation to help our customers solve complex systems engineering and integration challenges. CSG is organized by core customer-facing lines of business to manage and grow programs within NASA, NOAA, and the NNSA, while extending our capabilities to other civilian federal government agencies fully integrated within Aerospace rules, regulations, processes, values and behaviors. This position will serve as Extravehicular Activity (EVA) and Human Surface Mobility Program (EHP) Representative to the Human Landing System (HLS) Program Safety Review Panel. This position is at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, TexasWhat You'll Be Doing

  • Develop and implement safety policy and requirements for element hardware, payloads and operations, integration of hardware/software, and assure compliance with International Space Station (ISS), EHP, Gateway, and HLS safety requirements.
  • Provide recommendations to senior-level EHP Program management on hazard and safety analyses, risk assessments, and evaluate operations to ensure compliance with approved S&MA requirements to minimize operational risk.
  • Continuously monitor open work related to flight readiness.
  • Serve as a representative of the EHP Safety and Mission Assurance/Program Risk office in other EHP boards, panels, working groups and forums.
  • Participate in NASA, Artemis Campaign Development (ACD), and EHP Program Office forums.
  • Develop periodic status reports and presentations.
  • Develop special reports/discussions of findings, issues, conclusions, recommendations, and risk assessments.
  • Formulate recommendations to senior-level program management.
  • Continuously monitor, capture, and integrate S&MA/Risk information across multiple programs, NASA centers, industry, and international partners.
  • Serve as a highly proactive technical specialist, understanding issues and formulating. options/recommendations, while working closely with the program S&MA team and across other offices, teams, working groups, and panels.
  • Lead forums and venues to drive outcomes.
  • Identify and initiate next level analysis as needed supporting hazard abatement process for hardware and software.
  • Coordinate requirements, technical objectives, interfaces, standards, issues and findings with subject matter experts and stakeholders.
  • Perform other duties for the customer as required.
What You Need to Be SuccessfulMinimum Requirements
  • Bachelor of Science degree or advanced degree in engineering or science
  • 12 or more years of increasingly responsible professional engineering/scientific experience, including experience in a systems engineering and/or program management environment
  • Five years of experience working in mission management and operations type roles
  • Knowledge and understanding of the NASA program life cycle
  • Ability to effectively utilize oral and written communication to express technical concepts and recommendations to personnel at all technical and managerial levels
  • Ability to work in in a quick-paced, small core team that leads technical discussions across a large EVA community and influences teams across the Artemis enterprise
  • Initiative and demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers
  • Excellent teaming and leadership skills with an ability to multi-task across various issues/disciplines simultaneously
  • Excellent presentation and communications skills, including development of and briefing of decision packages and complex information in a succinct and polished manner.
  • Experience working across diverse teams and many different engineering disciplines
  • Knowledge of space flight certification processes to ensure performance and safety requirements are met
How You Can Stand Out It would be impressive if you have one or more of the following
  • Knowledge of EVA systems and current technology
  • Eight years of experience with NASA spacecraft systems
  • Experience performing or leading technical and programmatic tasks for NASA
Ways We Reward Our Employees During your interview process, our team will provide details of our industry-leading benefits.Benefits vary and are applicable based on Job Type. A few highlights include:
  • Comprehensive health care and wellness plans
  • Paid holidays, sick time, and vacation
  • Standard and alternate work schedules, including telework options
  • 401(k) Plan - Employees receive a total company-paid benefit of 8%, 10%, or 12% of eligible compensation based on years of service and matching contributions; employees are immediately eligible and vested in the plan upon hire
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Variable pay program for exceptional contributions
  • Relocation assistance
  • Professional growth and development programs to help advance your career
  • Education assistance programs
  • An inclusive work environment built on teamwork, flexibility, and respect
We are all unique, from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life, yet one thing bonds all of us to each other-the belief that we can make a difference. This core belief empowers us to do our best work at The Aerospace Corporation. Equal Opportunity Commitment The Aerospace Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We believe that a diverse workforce creates an environment in which unique ideas are developed and differing perspectives are valued, producing superior customer solutions. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, color, religion, genetic information, marital status, ancestry, national origin, protected veteran status, physical disability, medical condition, mental disability, or disability status and any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. If you're an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran who needs assistance using our online job search and application tools or need reasonable accommodation to complete the job application process, please contact us by phone at 310.336.5432 or by email at ieo.mailbox@aero.org . You can also review Know Your Rights : Workplace Discrimination is Illegal , as well as the Pay Transparency Policy Statement .

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