CYF-2109-02 / Houston, Texas
In support of NASA Safety and Mission Assurance (SMA), the successful candidate will perform engineering assessments and analyses on the Gateway Space Station, Commercial Vehicles (manned and unmanned) payloads and experiments that are flown on International or commercial vehicles. These activities include ensuring that software safety design and operations specifications and products meet Gateway Program Safety & Mission Assurance (S&MA) software safety requirements, assessing the ISS software development, test, verification, and change products and identify any problems and non-compliances, ensure compliance with Computer Based Controls System Safety Requirements, Gateway System Specifications (SSP 41000) and Gateway Safety Requirements Document (50021) and applicable NASA standards (7150, 8719, 8739), prepare reports, present findings of assessments and evaluations, and provide recommendations to the NASA S&MA Software Team Manager. In addition, you will participate in Safety Panel Reviews, participate in the Gateway on-orbit anomaly assessment process and evaluate safety compliance of proposed on-orbit software modifications, participate in, and represent software S&MA assurance, as appropriate and as required in working groups, panels and boards in order to perform the above-described tasks as well as work with customers - NASA, contractors, and International Partners.
Possess a bachelors or higher degree in a technical field, preferably computer science or software engineering. Understanding of NASA software engineering and software assurance requirements. Familiar with NASA flight certification processes, or certification processes for other industries, including safety.
US Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain a National Agency Check and Inquiries (NACI) clearance.
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