Full-Time

Propulsion Test Engineer I

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Relativity Space

Relativity Space

1,001-5,000 employees

Develops 3D printed reusable rockets

AI & Machine Learning
Hardware
Robotics & Automation
Aerospace

Entry

John C. Stennis Space Center, MS, USA

Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or a related field
  • Strong engineering fundamentals in thermal, structural, and fluids analysis
  • Hands-on fabrication experience using common power tools
  • Ability to work occasional night shifts
  • Valid driver's license
Responsibilities
  • Design advanced propulsion test stands
  • Supervise construction and commissioning of facilities
  • Solve technical problems
  • Support operations and perform improvements
  • Create, modify, and optimize test sequences
  • Conduct complex propulsion test operations
  • Directly control and receive telemetry from test stand
  • Help develop new rocket engine propulsion designs
  • Potentially travel to production and launch locations

Relativity Space offers an engaging workplace that focuses on cutting-edge additive manufacturing techniques for building reusable rockets, positioning itself at the forefront of the space technology industry. The company's commitment to reducing complexity and costs in rocket launches aligns with the burgeoning demands of the space infrastructure market, making it an ideal environment for professionals passionate about innovation and growth in aerospace engineering.

Company Stage

Series F

Total Funding

$2.4B

Headquarters

Long Beach, California

Founded

2016

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

11%

1 year growth

23%

2 year growth

49%

Benefits

Health, dental & vision coverage

Wellness stipend

401(k)

Equity

11 company holidays

Generous PTO policy

Monthly lunches, game nights, & offsite events

Parental leave

Annual learning stipend