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Sr. Flight Safety Engineer

ABL Space Systems

ABL Space Systems

El Segundo, CA, USA
Posted on Thursday, April 29, 2021
<div>ABL Space Systems was founded in 2017 by veterans of SpaceX and Morgan Stanley to develop low-cost launch vehicles for the small satellite industry. More importantly, we’re building a launch system we are truly proud of – no gimmicks or over-design, just reliable, rapidly deployable launches. We’re an ambitious team with big goals and, together, we’re determined to prove that reaching space can be simple, efficient, and routine.</div><div> <br> <div> <b>When launch day arrives, we want you by our side</b> </div> <div> <br> <div>As a Sr. Launch Safety Engineer, you will be responsible for performing the flight safety analysis to ensure public safety risk are maintained throughout ABL flight operations. This will include generating the mission flight safety rules, incorporating wind data to inform its impact on public safety, working with ABL's GNC team to modify trajectories as needed to maintain safety, and working with external regulatory bodies (ie: FAA, CAA, Federal Ranges) to validate ABL's methods comply with all requirements. You will be responsible for leading, supporting, and executing meetings to discuss requirements with several agencies. This includes supporting leadership, engineers, and operations as we expand launch operations globally. We are looking for Flight Safety Engineers, who enjoy solving challenges and have the ability manage multiple tasks to meet key milestones and can work effectively in a fast-paced environment and share our passion for building and launching rockets and payloads into orbit. This is a role that directly contributes to ABL's vision and goal.</div> </div> </div>
ABL Space Systems is an equal opportunity employer.
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