Design Engineer

Location US-CA-Pasadena
Posted Date 5 days ago(2/14/2018 8:12 AM)
Job ID
# Positions
Experience (Years)
Type of Position
Regular Full-Time
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Visa Requirements
Citizen only


Sierra Lobo, offers customers a full range of professional and technical capabilities, including Test and Evaluation, Systems Engineering, and Advanced Technologies.  We also develop products and processes related to Cryogenic Fluid and Thermal Management Systems, Densified Propellant Management Systems, and Prototype Extreme Pressure and Temperature Systems.  Our customers include the Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

This position will be located in our Pasadena California office and will support NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab on the MEDALS contract.



Performs a scope of work involving study and design of a wide variety of mechanical components, subsystems, and systems for spaceflight and airborne applications.


  • Develops detailed designs of complex mechanical components, subsystems, and systems utilizing engineering design packages such as Siemens NX, AutoCAD, and/or SolidWorks
  • Develops and updates schematics and drawings
  • Generates complex fabrication drawings per ASME-Y14.5M 2009
  • Coordinates design criteria such as ease of manufacture, availability of materials, and contractual specifications with others in the engineering group


Desired Skills:

  • BS degree in Engineering or Physics with 10 or more years of related experience
  • Background in spaceflight structure design, opto-mechanical design, electro-mechanical packaging design, and cable harness design
  • Extensive practical knowledge and skill in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  • Direct experience with SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and Siemens Nx 9.0/10.0
  • Familiarity with Siemens Teamcenter
  • Must be a U.S. citizen


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