Staff Materials & Process Engineer
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Relativity Space
Aviation & aerospace component manufacturer
Long Beach, CA, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Data & Analytics
  • Bachelor's degree in materials science or engineering, or related field
  • 8+ years of experience relevant to materials and processes
  • Demonstrated excellence in supporting design and manufacture of space hardware
  • A strong commitment to accountability, collaboration, and execution
  • A desire to establish and foster strong interdisciplinary relationships across the company
  • Develop novel and rapid methods to qualify additively manufactured hardware and materials
  • Implement fracture control including advising on damage tolerant methodologies and inspection methods
  • Assist in qualification of complex material systems such as COPV designs, components, and Thermal Protection hardware
  • Drive materials related failure analysis across the Terran-R vehicle
  • Oversee creation and implementation of material control plans
  • Travel to critical vendors to audit materials related processes
  • Review design documentation and drawings for materials compliance
  • Mentor early career materials engineers
Desired Qualifications
  • Expertise in use of additive manufactured hardware in design
  • Familiarity with rocket engine designs and related material requirements
  • Prior work with general propulsion hardware M&P activities, such as material selection, qualification, and failure analysis
  • Knowledge of conventional aerospace manufacturing methods such as forgings, castings, and heat treating processes
  • Solid background in statistical experimental design and design allowable calculation methodology
  • Previous experience with NASA and space standards such as NASA-STD-5019, NASA-STD-6016, NASA-STD-6030, S-081