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Inversion was founded in 2021 with the mission to build the first affordable, high cadence return capability for the commercial and defense space industries. With launching to space becoming cheap and frequent, comparable options for return must become available to allow for a robust economy in space. We believe in a future where returning from space is as common as launching to space. Inversion is building reentry vehicles faster and cheaper than ever before through a focus on simplicity.
This next-generation class of space vehicle will finally be able to provide high-frequency return of research, goods, supplies, and equipment that is critical for all future commercial activities and supply chains in space. With launch costs at an all-time low and dropping, now is the time to build these round-trip capabilities. Inversion has ambitious goals with strong financial backing to make this a reality.
As an Inversion Avionics Test Engineer, you will have an instrumental impact on the functionality and performance of our next-generation reentry vehicles. You will own a substantial aspect of the bring-up, testing, evaluation, design, and flight integration of the electronic and harnessing components for our first reentry vehicle. Our space capsule's mission of operating in space and eventually being returned and recovered critically relies on well-designed, characterized and tested, and effectively integrated avionics and harnessing. You'll not only help carry our vehicle over the finish line but also get your hands dirty in the actually assembly and integration of our spacecraft.
Our avionics engineers are responsible for the complete lifecycle of the hardware they create, including development, testing, and integration.
In addition to contributing to the flight avionics for our upcoming mission, you will also play an instrumental role in helping architect the avionics system for our future vehicle, Arc.
The California annual base salary for this role is currently $120,000 - $200,000. Pay Grades are determined by role, level, location, and alignment with market data. Individual pay will be determined on a case-by-case basis and may vary based on the following considerations: interviews and an assessment of several factors that are unique to each candidate, job-related skills, relevant education and experience, certifications, abilities of the candidate and internal equity.