Masten Space Systems is enabling sustainable access and utilization of the Moon, Mars, and beyond. We’ve been building and flying reusable rockets for nearly two decades with the most successful rocket-powered landings in the industry. We work directly with NASA, defense, and commercial customers to develop the tech it takes to break down the barriers to space. We’re now on a mission to land on the Lunar South Pole – the first of many Masten missions to unlock the value in space for humans on Earth.
Join our team of space pioneers, rocket scientists, and business heavyweights to add “landed on the Moon” to your resume. Together, we’ll make wild napkin ideas possible by taking them from the lab, to the test site, and all the way to the lunar surface and beyond.
Location: Mojave, CA
- You will be developing, building experimental units and prototypes of control systems for space PEM fuel cells, including testing.
- The control subsystem you are going to design will operate in space or on the surface of the Moon. It will include pressure, humidity, temperature and flow sensors, operate electromechanical valves for flow control of fluids and interface with other controllers, power sources such as solar panels and thermal control systems.
- Embedded microcontroller experience. VHDL programming is a major plus.
- Proficiency in Python and C.
- +2 year experience designing and building systems involving temperature, pressure, flow sensors, flow control systems, pumps and servo motors.
- +2 year experience with analog signal conditioning, op-amps, digital logic, voltage regulators,.power electronics and thermal management systems.
- Bachelors in Engineering
- Entry level Engineers must have had an internship or college project experience in power, electronics, and controls.
- A great passion for energy efficiency, space, NewSpace and working on ambitious projects
- Due to U.S. State Department restrictions on access to space technology, the candidate must be a US Person (a US citizen, a lawful permanent resident as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(20) or a protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3)).
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