Aerospace Engr Jobs in San Bernardino – California – USA at SAIC

Title: Aerospace Engr

Company: SAIC

Location: San Bernardino – California – USA

Type: Full Time

Category: Engineering, Airport/Airline



Date Posted:2022-01-12

Category:Engineering and Sciences

Subcategory:Aerospace Engr


Shift:Day Job

Travel:Yes, 25 % of the Time

Minimum Clearance


Clearance Level Must Be

Able toObtain:Secret

Potential for Remote Work:No


SAIC Company is looking for experienced and highly motivated engineers to join our team of rocket scientists. This position will be located ardino, CA. Commit your years of experience to a future of excellence as you help shape the future of the United States ICBM. The Minuteman III weapon system was first fielded in 1962, and has been upgraded in various stages over the life of the program to maintain system capability.

SAIC is responsible for the Force Development Evaluation (FDE) of the current Minuteman III, and provides analysis capabilities to the Air Force to ensure that all system accuracy performance requirements are achieved. SAIC provides engineering support (Advisory & Assistance services) as part of a multi-command, multi-contractor team. SAIC is seeking an engineer with a background in aerospace/aeronautics, specifically in flight testing, to include flight instrumentation, telemetry, flight termination, and range operations.

SAIC is looking for an energetic and highly motivated engineer to become the next generation telemetry expert for a variety of interesting rocket programs. ardino engineering center we are multi-discipline team of propulsion, structures, fluid mechanics, and software, controls, and avionics engineers. We support the Rocket System Launch Program (RSLP) which is a United States Space Force program that provides quick access to space to other government agencies in addition to ICBM technical analysis.

Working in the SBCA engineering center provides a unique and diverse opportunity to work with various launch vehicle programs (besides MMIII) and contractors throughout the country and perform independent analysis of the launch vehicle designs. Don’t miss this great opportunity to contribute to one of the most exciting and challenging development and sustainment efforts in the Department of Defense (DoD).

Roles and Responsibilities(including some or all of the following):

Telemetry processing MMIII and support post flight analysis

Operate and maintain telemetry processing system/equipment

Support metric data processing used for post flight analysis

Support VAFB Launch operations and Range coordination as needed

Support mission planning and Range integration and failure investigation as needed

Support mission planning and Range integration and failure investigation as needed

Review and verify accurate telemetry processing and launch vehicle timing data requirements


Required Qualififcations:

Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical, Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering or applied mathematics or applied physics or related program and a minimum of 2 years of related experience

Current DoD Secret (or higher) Security Clearance

Experience in following: launch vehicle PCM telemetry systems, launch vehicle instrumentation, and/or navigation system instrumentation

· Experience in FORTRAN and/or C/C++ on Linux platforms preferred
· Proficiency with MATLAB and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

Must have demonstrated presentation skills and experience interfacing with customer



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