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Blue Origin LLC Orbital Reef Electrical Test Engineer - Advanced Development Programs in Seattle, Washington

The Advanced Development Programs (ADP) Business Unit is Blue Origin's team dedicated to developing mission architectures, creating, and fostering 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 a diverse team of collaborators, doers, and problem-solvers who are committed to a culture of safety. These roles will directly impact the history of space exploration and require 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.As part of a passionate and accomplished team, you will work closely with sub-system designers to create the system level test requirements which support the verification requirements and requisite model validation data. You will take the tests and guide them from initial test architecture through integration and execution, providing intended data products for design verification. Products for these tests require your skills in writing plans/reports, planning resources and schedule, coordinating supply and logistics, integrating analysis for loads and environments, instrumentation design for data collection, and vetting/presenting plans and processes for review. You will have support from subject matter experts during the test design and are not required to be the expert in all fields of the test.You will contribute to the successful completion a major test campaign. Including planning, writing test plans and test procedures, developing test equipment, and compiling test reports.We are looking for someone to apply their technical expertise, leadership skills, and commitment to quality to positively the future of spaceflight. Passion for our mission and vision is required!Responsibilities:Lead the planning, architecture, and coordination of the resources necessary to successfully design, integrate, and execute testing of electrical systems for development and verification.Coordinate with the design engineer subject matter experts across each affected system under test to integrate the identified System verification requirements into the detailed test plan for the development risk reduction and/or verification run for record event as appropriate.Participate in development and gated design reviews of system under test to work testability, instrumentation, and operability features in during the design phase of new vehicles to facilitate verification.Lead the conduct of Test Design Reviews, Integration Readiness Reviews, and Test Readiness review for your events.Develop and author Test Plan, Test Procedures, and Test Results.Design and develop Special Test Equipment (STE) and integrate Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) to simulate and stimulate Articles Under Test (AUTs) or capture AUT output and interface performance.Coordinate with suppliers on acquisition of requisite EGSE and STE defined by your team design while leveraging standard commercial devices to the maximum extent possible.Have frequent inter-organizational and customer interactions on difficult technical issuesWill work independently to determine and develop approaches to solutionsWill contribute to the mentoring & training of other personnelQualifications: B.S. in Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, Physics, Systems Engineering or related technical su

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