About The Role
As a Propulsion Technician you will be responsible for certifying the engine’s assembly prior to, and during each hot fire test and its installation into the Electron launch vehicle. You will work closely with other engineering professionals to capture and improve the manufacturing and operations of the engine to ensure the performance of the electron launch vehicle is achieved.
- To be a qualified aircraft maintenance engineer or hold an equivalent qualification
- 5+ years industry experience
- A high level of attention to detail coupled with a methodical and careful approach to work
- A methodical, careful and tidy work ethic
- Proven communication skills and the ability to build strong working relationships with manufacturing and engineering professionals
- Experience with creating assembly and maintenance procedures
- Proven experience working to deadlines
- Capable of undertaking tasks with manual machinery
For security reasons background checks will be undertaken prior to any employment offers being made to an applicant. These checks will include nationality checks as it is a requirement of this position that you be eligible to access equipment and data regulated by the United States’ International Traffic in Arms Regulations. Under these Regulations, you may be ineligible for this role if you do not hold citizenship of Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, the European Union or a country that is part of NATO, or if you hold ineligible dual citizenship or nationality. For more information on these Regulations, click here.