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Aeronautical Engineer – Flutter

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Flutter Engineer will be responsible for flutter analysis and ground/flight testing of prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will focus on managing analysis and ground vibration testing, selection, and installation of flight test flutter instrumentation and exciters, and real time review of flight test data to allow progression through aircraft envelope expansion testing. This individual will support flight test planners in the development of test points for flutter flight testing. The flutter engineer is ultimately responsible for ensuring the safe progression of the vehicle through the flutter test envelope.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Supervising flutter analysis efforts, typically as a subcontracted effort
• Supervising ground vibration test efforts, typically as a subcontract effort
• Selection of flight test instrumentation and flutter excitation devices, and specifying installation of such on the aircraft
• Writing the flutter test plan, including assisting flight operations with the development of build-up flight test speed/altitude points to demonstrate the aircraft can safely operate within the full design envelope
• Manning the control room during flight test flutter points and providing real time data analysis and go/no-go approval to proceed to the next test point
• Post test data reduction and analysis, and documenting the data and conclusions in a report
• Work on multiple projects at the same time

Required
• Experience with ground vibration testing (GVT), correlation of GVT data with structural Finite Element models, and use of this model for flutter analysis
• Experience in flutter analysis, instrumentation, test techniques, and practices as applicable to aircraft flight testing and envelope expansion
• Ability to manage subcontract analysis efforts
• A minimum of five years of directly related aircraft work experience, preferably in the fields of flutter, aeroelastics, or structural dynamics
• Strong understanding of aircraft performance and flight testing
• Proficiency in 3D CAD, FEMAP, and Matlab
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills
• Strong team player
• Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical, Aerospace, or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited institution
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• Proof of U.S. citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or SolidWorks
• Experience with composite airframe structural design and analysis
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience
• DoD secret clearance
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience
• Pilot’s License

Essential job functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Network Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Job Summary:
The Network Engineer is responsible for installing, configuring and maintaining the organization’s network. This individual will build networks and maintain external and internal network infrastructures within Scaled Composites. The Network Engineer reports to the Director of Information Technology.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Documenting network problems and resolutions for future reference.
• Monitoring network performance, implementing performance tuning and maintaining inventory of all network equipment.
• Providing support for the Telecommunications Administrator.
• Ensuring licensing compliance in accordance with local, state, federal, and international law.
• Troubleshooting and solving network system problems of severe complexity.
• Providing user interface and support for facility Network and/or Telecommunications systems as needed.
• Participating in the evaluation of network-related and/or telecommunications software and hardware and make recommendations to IT Director.
• Evaluating new computer-related and/or telecommunications software and hardware and make recommendations to IT Director.
• Instructing and assisting employees in the proper use of network resources.
• Providing off-hours coverage when required and other related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:
• 2+ years’ college education in Computer Science / Information Technology and 2+ years’ experience in supporting computer network systems, or four or more years’ experience in supporting computer network systems and/or telecommunications
• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or similar experience strongly desired
• Certifications: CCNA (or acquired within 1 year of starting), (CCNP &CCIE is a plus)
• Cisco Telecommunications Software is a plus.
• Proficient understanding of computer/network-related and/or telecommunications software and hardware, and their practical applications to problems and situations
• Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously under frequently changing priorities
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills to include a follow up/status update mindset and excellent active listening skills
• Systems: Windows, Cisco Systems, UNIX, Linux
• Networking: Switches, Routers, Hubs, Cables, Racks, Firewalls, LAN, WAN, TCP/IP, DNS, UDP, Latency, VoIP, QoS
• Software: Microsoft Office, Visio

Essential Job Functions:
• Requires mobility and the ability to bend and reach
• Move materials weighing up to 20 pounds on a regular basis such as files, books, office equipment, etc.
• May infrequently require moving materials weighing up to 40 pounds.
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus
• Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time
• Ability to write for extended periods of time

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace.
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Structural Design Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Structural Design Engineer will design, build, and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will span conceptual to detail design, part and assembly design, system design, manufacturing support, and flight test support. Typically, this work includes design and manufacture of the primary structural elements and their integration into the overall vehicle.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Design the primary and secondary load paths for the vehicle
• Conceptual design, structural layout, sizing, and detail design
• Generation of fabrication and assembly work instructions
• Create 3D/2D definition of parts, assemblies and installations.
• Stress analysis using classical and finite element methods
• Establish manufacturing tolerances for production of structural components
• Participate in the engineering review, approval, and release process.
• Review of manufacturing plans and procedures to ensure compliance with design requirements
• Creation of structural test plans which will be used to verify manufacturing processes meet design intent and requirements.
• Hands-on manufacturing and assembly support
• Supporting ground and flight test planning, test execution, and aircraft modifications
• Working on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• Foundation knowledge of aircraft load paths and structural sizing
• A strong understanding of composite manufacturing and assembly
• Proficiency in GD&T
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Proficiency in 3D Computer Aided Design
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related work experience
• Bachelor of Science degree in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain a DOD clearance

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• 2D drawing creation
• Proficiency in FEMAP or other finite element analysis software
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience or other hands-on design or build experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Stress Analysis Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Stress Analysis Engineer will design, analyze, build, and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will focus on reviewing stress reports and finite element models to determine revised margins based on updated vehicle loads and design modifications. The Stress Analyst is ultimately responsible for ensuring the vehicle structural design meets requirements.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Performs stress analysis using classical and finite element methods
• Reviews, updates, and compiles engineering analytical definition of structural components and assemblies based on records from the build
• Develops standardized analysis criteria and templates
• Supports review of manufacturing plans and procedures to ensure compliance with design and loads requirements
• Supports the creation of structural test plans which will be used to verify manufacturing
• Pre-processing and post-processing of finite element models
• Evaluating impact to structural integrity of design changes and damage, and determining appropriate modification/rework schemes
• Working on multiple programs at the same time

Required:
• Strong understanding of aircraft performance, systems, and operational requirements
• Experience in aircraft composite fabrication, design, and analysis processes
• Knowledge of composites manufacturing and sizing of composite structures using FEA models, including pre and post processing of NASTRAN models and associated sizing of composite structures
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills
• A strong knowledge of aerospace technologies and products
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proficiency in 3D CAD
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related aircraft work experience in the analysis of structural systems using classical and finite element based methods
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired:
• FEMAP and Matlab proficiency
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or SolidWorks
• Hands-on composites fabrication and assembly experience
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
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Mechanical Systems Stress Analyst

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Mechanical Systems Stress Analyst will support the design, build, and testing of prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. This individual is responsible for ensuring vehicle structural design meets program mission requirements. The engineer is responsible for generating, maintaining, and running FEA models and reporting or interpreting the results for design engineers and program management.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Support design, build, and test efforts with stress analysis using classical and finite element methods
• Review, update, and compile engineering analytical definition of components and assemblies
• Evaluating impact to structural integrity of design changes and damage, and determining appropriate modification/rework schemes
• Use NASTRAN/FEMAP or comparable FEM codes to perform linear and nonlinear stress analysis
• Develop standardized analysis criteria and templates
• Support review of manufacturing plans and procedures to ensure compliance with design and loads requirements
• Working on multiple programs at the same time

Required:
• A strong understanding of aircraft mechanical systems manufacturing and assembly
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Proficiency in 3D Computer Aided Design
• Knowledge of aircraft manufacturing and sizing of systems using FEA models, including pre-and post-processing of NASTRAN models and associated sizing
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution, or substantial equivalent experience
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related work experience,
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain a DOD clearance.

Desired:
• FEMAP and Matlab proficiency
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• 2D drawing creation
• Hands-on experience with composites part fabrication and assembly processes
• Experience with flight control and/or landing gear systems
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
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Mechanical Design Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Mechanical Design Engineer will design, build, and test the mechanical systems in prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will span preliminary design, critical design, system design, manufacturing and assembly support, and flight test engineering, focusing on the mechanical portions of those phases. Typically, this work includes but is not limited to landing gear, flight controls, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, pressurized systems, metal fittings, or similar items and their integration into the overall vehicle.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Conceptual design, structural layout, sizing, and detail design
• Generation of fabrication and assembly definition
• Stress analysis
• Manufacturing and assembly support
• Supporting ground and flight test planning, test execution, and aircraft modifications
• Simultaneous work on multiple projects

Required:
• A strong understanding of the theory and practical application of mechanical systems, structure, and performance
• An understanding of the basics of composite construction and assembly
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills
• Proficiency in 3D CAD
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related work experience
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution, or substantial equivalent experience
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience or other hands-on design or build experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
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Lead Stress Analyst Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Lead Stress Analyst Engineer will support the design, build, and testing of prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. This individual will lead vehicle stress analysis, including review of stress analysis reports and finite element models developed internally. This person will also be responsible for supporting design engineers. The Lead Stress Analyst Engineer is ultimately responsible for ensuring the vehicle structure design meets program mission requirements.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Supports design, build, and test efforts with stress analysis in a rapid prototype environment.
• Leads other stress analysts setting priorities, maintaining schedule, and providing guidance on proper analysis methods.
• Reviews, updates, and compiles engineering analytical definition of structural components and assemblies based on records from the prototype build project
• Develops standardized analysis criteria and templates
• Supports the creation of structural test plans which will be used to verify manufacturing
• Work on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• Proficiency in all methods of stress analysis both classical and finite element
• Proficiency in FEMAP or other finite element analysis software
• Knowledge of composites manufacturing and sizing of composite structures using FEA models, including pre-and post-processing of NASTRAN models and associated sizing of composite
• Demonstrated experience in a leadership role
• Experience in aircraft composite fabrication, design, and analysis processes
• A strong understanding of composite manufacturing and assembly
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Proficiency in 3D Computer Aided Design
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of five years of directly related work experience,
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain a DOD clearance.

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• 2D drawing creation
• Hands-on experience with composites part fabrication and assembly processes
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from an accredited university
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
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Configuration Design Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Configuration Design Engineer will design, build, and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will span preliminary design, part and assembly design, system design, manufacturing support, and flight test support.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Completing a variety of conceptual and preliminary design studies in a thorough, imaginative, and practical manner
• Perform trade studies (weight, performance, structural sizing, aerodynamics) along with modification of existing aircraft to include propulsion trades, payload trades, etc
• Develop and run sizing, aerodynamics, performance, and other codes
• Create and deliver customer presentations, engineering reports, specifications, and participate in proposal writing
• Supporting flight test planning, execution, and aircraft modifications
• Working on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• Thorough understanding of aircraft sizing, performance, and stability and control
• Familiar with empirical references and standard texts (Hoerner, Raymer, Roskam, NACA papers)
• Experience with the design of flight vehicles or vehicle systems to a set of requirements or standards such as CFR 14 Part 23 and 25
• Strong knowledge of aerospace technologies and products
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proficiency in 3d cad
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related aircraft work experience
• Proof of U.S. citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia or Solidworks
• 2D Drawing creation
• Aircraft home-building or other hands-on composites design or build experience
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Flight Test experience
• Pilot’s license
• DoD secret clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
Having trouble? Submit your resumé to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Place job title in email subject line.

Composite Structural Analyst

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Composite Structural Analyst will design, analyze, build, and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will focus on preliminary and detail design development, composite manufacturing, and assembly support, but could also include flight test and post flight data reduction. The Structural Analyst is responsible for generating, maintaining, and running vehicle level FEA models and reporting or interpreting the results for design engineers and program management.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Broad structural design responsibility for a project
• Composite structural sizing using classical and finite element methods
• Stress analysis
• Pre-processing and post-processing of finite element models
• Evaluating impact to structural integrity of design changes and damage, and determining appropriate modification/rework schemes
• Working on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• A strong understanding of aircraft structural loads, layouts, and analysis methods
• Strong understanding of aircraft performance, systems, and operational requirements
• A strong understanding of composite theory, manufacturing, and sizing
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills
• A strong knowledge of aerospace technologies and products
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proficiency in 3D CAD
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related aircraft work experience
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired:
• FEMAP and Matlab proficiency
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or SolidWorks
• Hands-on composites fabrication and assembly experience
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and drug and alcohol free workplace

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Scaled prefers either Microsoft Word or PDF files not larger than 5MB.
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Composite Manufacturing Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Manufacturing Engineer will build and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. This role uses an applied knowledge of composite manufacturing to build complex aerospace vehicles. The work will focus on the manufacturing of sub-assembly level components, primarily of traditional composite construction, and bringing those sub-assemblies together into major assemblies efficiently. This individual will establish the manufacturing workflow and develop the documentation used for building composite parts. The engineer will oversee structural build and assembly to assure the built structure meets requirements, including the associated configuration management.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Analyzes and plans work force utilization, space requirements, and workflow, and designs layout of equipment and workspace for maximum efficiency
• Plans, directs, and coordinates manufacturing processes on shop floor
• Designs, and generates drawings and documentation for tooling, fixtures, and jigs
• Generation of fabrication and assembly work instructions
• Assures production adheres to quality control standards
• Develops, evaluates, and improves manufacturing methods
• Estimates production times, staffing requirements, and related costs to provide information for management decisions
• Applies statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements
• Provides hands-on manufacturing and assembly support
• Works on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• An expert understanding of composite manufacturing and assembly
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills
• Ability to interact with all levels of the organization
• Strong team player
• Proficiency in 3D Computer Aided Design
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related work experience
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain a DOD clearance

Desired:
• Knowledge GD&T
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• 2D Drawing creation
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience or other hands-on design or build experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential Job Functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

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Composite Design Engineer

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The Composite Design Engineer will design, build, and test prototype composite experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will span preliminary design, part and assembly design, system design, manufacturing support, and flight test support. Typically, this work includes design and manufacture of the wing, fuselage, empennage, control surface structures, fairings, doors, and their integration into the overall vehicle.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Conceptual design, structural layout, sizing, and detail design
• Ability to understand and design for primary and secondary load paths
• Stress analysis using classical and finite element methods
• Laminate analysis and sizing
• 3D and 2D definition of parts, assemblies and installations
• Establishing manufacturing tolerances for production of structural components using GD&T
• Generation of fabrication and assembly work instructions
• Hands-on manufacturing and assembly support
• Supporting ground and flight test planning, test execution, and aircraft modifications
• Supporting the review of manufacturing plans and procedures to ensure compliance with design requirements
• Supporting the creation of structural test plans
• Working on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• Foundation knowledge of aircraft load paths and structural sizing
• An expert understanding of the theory and practical application of composite structures and their application to aircraft
• A strong understanding of composite manufacturing and assembly
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Proficiency in 3D Computer Aided Design
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related work experience
• Bachelor of Science in a relevant engineering discipline from an accredited institution or substantial equivalent experience
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship and the ability to obtain a DOD security clearance

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Solidworks
• 2D drawing creation
• Proficiency in FEMAP or other finite element analysis software
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft homebuilding experience or other hands-on design or build experience
• Pilot’s License
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential job functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

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Aerodynamicist

Scaled is a composites company specializing in designing, building, and testing proof-of-concept aircraft. Scaled, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Virgin’s GlobalFlyer, the Stratolaunch carrier, and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are 650 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave, California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The aerodynamicist will design, analyze, build, and test prototype experimental aircraft in a fast-paced research and development environment. The work will span preliminary design, critical design development, experimental flight test engineering, and post flight data reduction.  The role often requires acting independently to perform simulation analysis, plan and execute CFD analysis, and plan/execute/support flight tests.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Completing a variety of conceptual and preliminary design studies in a thorough, imaginative, and practical manner
• Analyzing aerodynamic loads, performance, stability, and control using empirical methods, hand calculations, vortex lattice codes, CFD, and flight test data
• CFD setup and analysis of internal and external flow and post processing of associated solutions
• Employing a pilot-in-the-loop simulator to conduct performance and handling qualities evaluations
• Documenting analysis
• Supporting flight test planning, execution, data reduction, and aircraft modifications
• Work on multiple projects at the same time

Required:
• A complete understanding of fluid dynamic technical principles, theories, concepts, and design/analysis methods
• Thorough understanding of aircraft sizing, performance, and stability and control
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong team player
• Strong knowledge of aerospace technologies and products
• Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical or Aerospace Engineering from an accredited institution
• Proficiency in 3D CAD
• Ability to work in multiple engineering disciplines on an aggressive schedule
• A minimum of three years of directly related aircraft work experience
• Familiarity with aeronautical analysis tools (STAR-CCM+, vortex lattice codes, DATCOM, MATLAB, etc.)
• Proof of U.S. citizenship and ability to obtain DOD clearance

Desired:
• Flight test or wind tunnel test experience
• Hands-on composites fabrication and assembly experience
• Rapid prototyping experience
• Aircraft home-building experience
• Pilot’s license
• DoD secret clearance
• Additional degrees or additional relevant work experience

Essential job functions:
• Occasionally required to stand, walk and sit for prolonged periods of time
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard)
• Requires mobility (e.g., climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl)
• Requires the ability to bend and reach
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
• Vision at close distances and the ability to adjust focus

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CAM Programmer

Scaled Composites, the creator of landmark aircraft and spacecraft like Stratolaunch and Virgin Galactic’s WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo, is at the epicenter of experimental aviation. We are about 600 exceptionally talented and creative people pursuing aerospace breakthroughs in Mojave California. The challenge of conquering the never‐been‐done, the enthusiasm generated when concept comes to fruition, and the buzz you feel collaborating with creative people with common purpose is the unique Scaled environment that can be summed up in one word: fun.

Summary:
The CAM Programmer will use CAD and CAM software to create surface and solid models and program the company’s 3, 4, and 5-axis CNC machines used in the development and manufacture of prototype and experimental aircraft. The candidate must be a team player, flexible, detail oriented, and a problem solver. This position is an Engineering Technician position. The CAM Programmer will report to the CAM Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Use CAD software to create surface and solid models
• Use CAM software to create toolpaths used to machine the resulting shapes
• Support the CNC machine operators when CNC programs are being run
• Operate CNC machines as required
• Define rough stock shape and size and define the associated support structure
• Track and document work products from definition through production
• Interact with engineers to advise on machining viability

Required:
• Experience in 3D CAD and CAM software
• Experience in programming and operating CNC machines (Tormach, Haas, etc.)
• Strong problem solving, organizational, and communication skills
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship

Desired:
• Proficiency in Catia V5 or Siemens NX
• Experience with composite tooling and fabrication
• DOD Secret Clearance
• Additional relevant training or work experience

Essential Functions:
• Occasional lifting 50+ lbs. Maintain steady hand and controlled arm position
• Standing 80% of the day
• Push and/or pull heavy support stands; stoop, bend, stretch and work in cramped, tiring, uncomfortable positions
• Required to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment for assigned task
• Occasional pushing of heavy tools and tables (75-100 + lbs., with assistance)
• Manual dexterity and coordination are required (e.g., to operate computer keyboard), and manual dexterity to handle small parts

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Benefits

Scaled is proud of the benefit package provided to its employees, including:

  • Medical, Dental, Life and Vision Insurance for employee and dependents
  • 401k Retirement Plan
  • Paid Time Off
  • Holidays, Bereavement, and Jury Duty
  • Aircraft Rental Benefit
  • Exercise facilities including a racquetball court

General Applications

Scaled Composites, LLC will accept general applications. In your cover letter, please explain why your unique combination of experience, education and interests make you a strong candidate for employment at Scaled.
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