Anadarko Industries, LLC
Anadarko Industries, LLC
The Research Operations and Integration (ROI) Payload Systems Engineer (PSE) is responsible for preflight and real-time engineering support to ROI operations on the International Space Station. PSE responsibilities include pre-flight software testing, verification, documentation, and implementation of the systems level engineering elements needed to support ROI in-flight experiments. PSE’s also assist in the preparation of facilities for crew training activities and train the crew on Human Research Facility hardware. As a member of the increment ground control team on console, the PSE is responsible for monitoring the health and status of all active onboard equipment, real-time software commanding to the Human Research Facility Rack, hardware and software anomaly resolution, and science data management. The PSE acts as the subject matter expert for all Facility hardware and engineering activities required to prepare and support mission operations on the ISS.
• Responsible for compliance with Safety, Health and Environmental plan; must be committed to a high standard of safety and be willing and able to comply with all safety laws and all of the Company’s safety policies and rules and must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel
• Responsible for compliance with the Quality Assurance Plan, policies and procedures
• Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance level as determined by the Company
• Responsible for completing all assigned training
• Support console shifts (typically second and third shifts) in the Telescience Support Center at JSC as required for ROI experiment sessions. Primary contractor point of contact to the MSFC Payload Rack Officer (PRO) position, Data Management Coordinator, and Huntsville Operations Support Center (HOSC) personnel.
• Writes test plans and hardware operating procedures
• Engineering SME for in-mission operations and anomaly resolution
• Performs on-orbit Human Research Facility (HRF) Rack commanding in support of crew operations
• Responsible for training Ground Support Personnel and crewmembers on HRF Racks and subrack hardware
• Performs data management for data collected on-orbit, distributes data to web based data repository for PI access, and performs testing and verification activities.
• Serves as liaison to hardware, software and analog teams
– A bachelor’s degree (BS) in Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or closely related field
– Previous experience solving complex problems and working to develop solutions quickly.
– Prior experience at NASA
– Demonstrated technical competence in engineering and computing
– Effective communication (both written and oral), and interpersonal skills.
– Ability to perform in highly visible and stressful situations.
– Must be reliable, adaptable, and capable of working in a team environment
– Must be able to work various shifts
– programming skills (Visual Basic, .NET, or C#)
– Data networking knowledge (encryption, network security, wireless access points, routers, firewalls, switches)
NOTE: Due to security requirements this position requires US Citizenship or Legal Resident Status and ability to successfully complete a federal background investigation.