Summer Engineering Intern
Kennedy Space Center, Florida, United States
21 days ago
a.i. solutions is looking for highly-motivated engineering summer interns to support the NASA Launch Services Program at Kennedy Space Center. The Interns will be assigned to positions in the Vehicle Engineering and Analysis (VE&A) department performing tasks related to commercial launch vehicle systems and supporting our NASA customer. The roles and responsibilities cover a range of engineering disciplines supporting analysis and Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V). The successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to embrace the a.i. solutions mission and work to continually exceed the expectations of our customers.
This program runs from May 20th through August 16th, 2024.
The following engineering positions are being staffed for this year’s summer Intern program:
Essential Roles & Responsibilities:
Flight Design Engineer:
- Support 3 degree-of-freedom trajectory simulations and other mission-specific modeling/analyses
- Perform mission analyses such as launch window determination, shadow studies, station coverage and mobile coverage studies, and relative motion studies
- Support tool development to improve mission requirement verification data processing methods
- Pursuit of a college degree in Aerospace Engineering or Physics
- Experience with MATLAB required
Electrical Launch Vehicle/Ground Support Engineer:
- Read system level diagrams and high-level electrical schematics and translate them to effective displays for monitoring the health and status of electrical ground/control systems
- Develop software tools to efficiently gather, organize, display, and analyze ground system data
- Pursuit of a college degree in Mechanical / Aerospace Engineering or Physics
- Experience with Python programming is highly desirable
- Experience with JIRA, Confluence, OneNote is desirable
At the conclusion of the internship, all students will document their project results including methodologies, procedures, software, and data locations. In addition, each student will be responsible for presenting the projects and results to their mentors, colleagues, and Engineering Management.
- Enrolled full time for Fall 2024.
- Pursuit of a college degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or Physics.
- U.S. Citizenship required.
- Ability to quickly connect in-person and in writing, and actively listen and observe the needs, values, or opinions of others.
- Demonstrated leadership accomplishments academically and personally.
- Proactive in identifying and addressing challenges to include innovations that result in positive organizational impact.
EEO/AA including Vets and Disabled