Aerospace Engineer (Simulation & Architecture)$65k – $75k • 3.0% – 3.0%
The individual hired for this position will be required to run simulations (e.g. ANSYS and STK) on the launch vehicle design during simulated missions spanning the entire range of mission types. Simulations include trajectory, guidance, communications to be combined with other dynamic analyses in order to create complete “virtual” launch vehicle mission scenarios, including anomalous events. This is a critical component in the FAA launch licensing process. The start date for this position is June 2020, with remote work prior to then and compensation in the form of company equity. Applicants should plan for the possibility of remote work into late summer due to the ongoing challenges from COVID-19. Finally, we are in the process of establishing up new facilities which may require relocation to the U.S. East Coast or Southwest later this year.
Two weeks of sick leave per year and more than that if needed for medical procedures.
Two weeks per year vacation days which roll over year to year.
Company team events
Trips to space launch events, conferences, museums and simple afternoons away from the office that encourage employees to build personal relationships on top of the workplace dynamic.
Flexible hours and work from home
We work with each employee to ensure a work schedule that supports a healthy work-life balance, including working from home.
Phoenix Launch Systems at a glance
Phoenix Launch Systems focuses on Aerospace, Space Launch, Space Propulsion, and Space Satellites. Their company has offices in Las Vegas. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees. To date, Phoenix Launch Systems has raised $625K of funding; their latest round was closed on March 2019.