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Blue Origin LLC GNC Systems Engineer - Lunar Permanence- Advanced Development Programs in Seattle, Washington

We are a diverse team of collaborators, doers, and problem-solvers who are committed to a culture of safety. This position directly impacts the history of space exploration and requires a commitment and detailed attention towards safe and repeatable space flight. Join us in lowering the cost of access to space and enabling Blue Origin's vision of millions of people living and working in space to benefit Earth.The Advanced Development Program (ADP) is Blue Origin's team dedicated to developing mission architectures, creating, and feeding new technologies into our existing offerings, building our next generation of leaders, and commercializing new platforms, such as our planned Lunar Lander program, Blue Moon (Link: ), our planned commercial space station, Orbital Reef (Link: ), and other ambitious space destinations programs that fuel Blue Origin's growth and further its mission. Our work scope is broad and deep, forging the path toward our vision of millions of people living and working in space. We're shaping our future in space and we're looking for dedicated and inspired people to join us.We are seeking someone to apply their systems engineering, guidance and navigation expertise, natural leadership and organizational skills, and commitment to quality to positively impact the bold missions at Blue Origin. Passion for our mission and vision is required!This position reports to the Group Manager of the Requirements Group inside of the Advanced Development Programs (ADP) business unit. ADP is responsible for all of Blue Origin's orbital and planetary flight systems, services, and products, and a wide range of concepts, proposals, and development projects.As part of a hardworking team of diverse spacecraft development engineers, you will define the Guidance and Navigation (GNC) operations concepts, identify functional and performance requirements on each of the flight elements, plan the verification and validation (V&V) campaign, lead and conduct the full lifecycle development, integration and V&V test efforts, and incorporate model-based systems engineering (MBSE) principles that will ensure safe and reliable RPO operations for advanced spaceflight vehicles.ResponsibilitiesEnd-to-End ownership of Blue's Lunar Lander's guidance and navigation functionDevelop guidance, navigation and control requirements with flow downs to subsystem levels and companion verification methodsSupport integration, development and analysis of the inertial and terrain relative navigation system softwareSupport development of vehicle dynamics, sensors, and actuator models for 6DOF simulationApply complete understanding on a wide application of technical principles, theories, concepts, and tools in Systems Engineering such as CONOPs development, requirements analysis, and interface definitionDevelop verification and validation procedures to ensure software products will perform as specified to meet system and subsystem requirementsHave frequent inter-organizational and customer interactions on difficult technical issuesWork independently to determine and develop approaches to solutionsContribute to the mentoring and training of other personnelQualifications:Passion for Blue Origin's mission and enabling the future of space exploration!B.S. in Aerospace, Software. Electrical, Mechanical, Physics, Systems Engineering, or related technical subject areaProficiencies in analysis tools, such as Matlab and Simulink and auto-coding practicesAbility to work collaboratively in a fast paced, dynamic work environment while regularly providing imaginative and detailed technical solutions to complex problemsUnderstanding of the principles, concepts, and methods of systems engineering such as functional decomposition, requirement definition, requirement and design traceability, verification and validation (V&V), qualification, certification, interface co