At Rocket Lab, we believe the future will be defined and enabled by access to space. As a world leader in launch and space systems, we’re making the future a reality and enabling the ideas of tomorrow to reach orbit today. We’re unlocking the potential of space and ushering in a new era of opportunity and exploration for the benefit of humankind.
As a Propulsion Technician, you’ll be part of the world-leading propulsion team that developed the Rutherford engine – the first 3D printed, electric pump-fed rocket engine to be launched to space. This team redefined the way we access space, and they’re just getting started. In the coming months Rocket Lab will launch its first mission to the Moon for NASA, and the propulsion team is critical to that effort through the development and testing of the HyperCurie, Rutherford engines and Electron stages. In addition to testing, facility infrastructure work is required as second priority to support the test facility including: maintenance, upgrades and contributions to new projects. This is a rare opportunity to contribute to a development program for lunar missions, while also ensuring legacy programs like Rutherford engine testing runs smoothly.
This is a rare opportunity to join the team as we transition to a state-of-the-art new test facility where you’ll have access to the best equipment and learn from industry-leading mentors.
For security reasons background checks will be undertaken prior to any employment offers being made to an applicant. These checks will include nationality checks as it is a requirement of this position that you be eligible to access equipment and data regulated by the United States’ International Traffic in Arms Regulations. Under these Regulations, you may be ineligible for this role if you do not hold citizenship of Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, the European Union or a country that is part of NATO, or if you hold ineligible dual citizenship or nationality.