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Blue Origin LLC Fluids Test Engineer - Lunar Transportation in Seattle, Washington

At Blue Origin, we envision millions of people living and working in space for the benefit of Earth. We're working to develop reusable, safe, and low-cost space vehicles and systems within a culture of safety, collaboration, and inclusion. Join our diverse team of problem solvers as we add new chapters to the history of spaceflight! Lunar Transportation: This role is part of the Lunar Transportation business unit, which develops Blue Origin's multiple Blue Moon lander product lines. To further Blue Origin's mission of having millions of people living and working in space, we are building sustainable infrastructure for our transport of crew and cargo from Earth to the lunar surface. As part of a hardworking team of diverse specialists, technicians, and engineers (use as appropriate),you will develop, manage, and execute test plans and procedures as part of the Lunar Transportation team. You will have ownership of fluids and vacuum systems for ground support equipment and testing of space vehicle fluids systems. You will share in the team's impact on all aspects of ground systems testing for developmental and flight asset testing. You will develop test methods, ground support equipment, and test procedures to efficiently complete integrated system testing for multiple test campaigns. You will coordinate and direct test crews and ground support equipment while supervising a small team of technicians during test setups, checkouts, and tear-downs. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Develop and execute test procedures of facility subsystems against project requirements Design, plan, fabricate, install, and operate pneumatic and cryogenic test capabilities Develop test methods to efficiently complete integrated system testing Assist in support equipment design, budgeting, procurement, verification, and integration Maintain fluids test equipment configuration control, calibration, and traceability Write test procedures, manage procedural red lines, and incorporate updates during test campaigns Oversee vendor design and fabrication of fluids test equipment and support equipment Participate in gated design and test readiness reviews Perform facility activation tests of fluids subsystems Manage overall responsibility for the test, the team, and the procedure execution Maintain and operate pneumatic and cryogenic hardware and/or control software Enforce safety policies during test planning and operations Troubleshoot anomalies real-time Reduce, analyze, and archive test data to support verification tasks Minimum Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in mechanical, aerospace, civil engineering or related field 4+ years' experience with a background in pressurized equipment Experience with developing, writing, and executing test procedures for servicing or leak checking GN2 systems A strong safety record Leading test teams as a Test Conductor or Test Engineer Experience reading P&ID schematics/layout designs Experience developing fluids systems installation and checkout procedures Must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum. Preferred Qualifications: 7+ years' experience with a background in cryogenic testing, pressurized equipment, and vacuum systems. Experience with cryogenic and GHe test capabilities, including design, fabrication, installation, and operation. Technical expertise in component and system level testing of spaceflight hardware through development, qualification, and acceptance test campaigns Experience with test facility instrumentation and Data Acquisition and Control Systems Experience with high voltage, 3 phase power systems Familiarity with cleanroom work and its associated best practices ASME codes and local building standards Proficienc