Research Aerospace Engineer (Airbreathing Propulsion Systems) Job in Cleveland, Ohio – National Aeronautics and Space Administration



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Research Aerospace Engineer (Airbreathing Propulsion Systems) – Cleveland, Ohio
John Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Job ID: 9815
Start Date: 10/22/2018
End Date: 11/05/2018

Qualification Summary
In addition to meeting the Basic Education Requirements, you must also meet the following qualificationrequirements:Have one year of professional, directly related specialized experience equivalent to the GS-13 level in theFederal service including demonstrated experience in:* Leading a team conducting in-house and contracted research for the development and application of advanced materials systems including high temperature materials systems or polymer based material systems such as polymer matrix composites.* Personally conducting, analyzing and reporting the results of experimental programs characterizing advanced materials systems such as the high temperature behavior of ceramic matrix composites or the environmental durability of polymer matrix composites such as plastics, adhesives, elastomers, coatings, and fibers.* Conducting research involving nonmetallic, inorganic materials generally requiring high temperatures forprocessing such as ceramics, crystalline materials, and glass products or the characterization of polymer material systems and their susceptibility under various loads and environmental conditions as well as exposure to liquids including fuels, energetics, solvents, and hydraulics.* Working with electromagnetic properties of advanced temperature materials that are compatible with advanced propulsion systems involving flight regimes from subsonic to hypersonic.* Managing significant elements or phases of research projects by coordinating cost and schedule while managing the work of subordinate and matrixed resources engaged in the research.

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