Propulsion Development Engineer I
Systems and Test
Posted on 11/7/2023
INACTIVE
Relativity Space

1,001-5,000 employees

Manufactures and launches 3D printed reusable rockets
Company Overview
Relativity Space is a pioneering force in the commercial launch industry, utilizing 3D printing technology to create reusable rockets that meet the increasing demand for space infrastructure. Their successful launch of Terran 1, the world's largest 3D printed object, has proven the viability of their manufacturing approach and paved the way for the development of Terran R, their medium-to-heavy lift reusable rocket. With a culture of continuous iteration and a focus on reducing vehicle complexity and cost, Relativity Space is leading the industry in the application of additive manufacturing to aerospace design and production.
AI & Machine Learning
Hardware
Robotics & Automation
Aerospace
B2B

Company Stage

Series F

Total Funding

$2.4B

Founded

2016

Headquarters

Long Beach, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

8%

1 year growth

15%

2 year growth

68%
Locations
Long Beach, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Aerospace Engineering
Requirements
  • Strong engineering fundamentals in fluid mechanics & thermodynamics
  • Clear evidence of ownership, problem-solving skills, and effective team collaboration from school or work experience
  • Demonstrated drive to deliver on ambitious schedules
  • Bachelor’s degree in a science, engineering, technology, or mathematics field
Responsibilities
  • Serve as a Responsible Engineer for Aeon engine test articles
  • Develop test plans, execute them with the Stennis test team, and troubleshoot technical puzzles
  • Support engine system analysis and simulation, trade studies, defining interfaces with other groups, and more
  • Take ownership of projects to increase collective efficiency
Desired Qualifications
  • Working knowledge of fluid components such as valves and instrumentation
  • Working knowledge of engine subsystems such as combustion devices and turbomachinery