Jul 05, 2016 08:06 PM EDT

Working In SpaceX: Tech Company Now Hiring In Seattle For Engineers, Managers

By Jane Reed

SpaceX is a well-known aero and tech company that focuses on advanced technology. The first man working in SpaceX, CEO and CTO, Elon Musk founded the company based on the ambitious goal to achieve spaceflight capability and making humanity a multi-planet species. His business invests heavily on cutting edge electronics, software, engine systems and vehicle structures.

The company is made up of over 3,000 employees. Working in SpaceX has never been diverse. With locations across the United States and other facilities, it continues to hire diverse and intelligent talents everywhere.

Which is why it continues to hire engineers, analysts, managers and designers. Currently, SpaceX is hiring an Sr. RF/Antenna Engineer to "engineer" the future.

The SR. RF/Microwave Engineer is responsible in analyzing, designing and testing RF/Microwave Components and communication systems. A Bachelor's of Science Degree in Engineering is required for this post and emphasis on RF/Microwave Circuits or electromagnetic theory is highly recommended. He or she will work with manufacturing engineers in testing RF avionics. To have an edge, the candidate must have experience in performing analysis and simulation of linear and non-linear circuits; thorough understanding of RF passive components; must be familiar with radio related test equipment; must have experience in characterizing radio performance in microwave frequencies and knowledge of digital communication systems.

If that is not your deal, SpaceX is also hiring for a Manager in Supplier Development - Satellites. This job requires the candidate to be heavily experienced in creative engineering and an expert in advanced manufacturing. The person will be required to partner with engineering to select the best tech for satellite and ground support systems. A comprehensive understanding of engineering and manufacturing partnerships is essential for this job and a Bachelor Science degree in electrical, mechanical, aerospace or related engineering discipline is necessary. To have an edge, the candidate must have experience with various manufacturing process developments; must be familiar with cleanroom systems and contamination set ups; and demonstrates problem solving skills and success in a fast paced design environment.

If you think you have what it takes to be working in SpaceX, check out the most current two job posts above.

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