You will work with the GNC and Software teams to develop browser based applications and integration infrastructure used by other engineers as part of the development of Rocket Lab’s Electron Launch Vehicle.
The applications you will be working on rely heavily on relational databases and REST API’s, both upstream and downstream, as part of a service oriented architecture. A strong knowledge of Unit and Integration testing methods will be important.
In this role you will work to develop Rocket Lab’s configuration management system that will create tools to manage vehicle configurations, and internal system definitions. You will be required to work with complex data, and develop production ready web-apps across a NodeJS/Angular stack.
Looking for a Mid-Senior developer who enjoys a challenge. You will be working with bleeding-edge frameworks and a fast paced environment, on a very young codebase.
Rocketlab is growing fast, and with many projects currently in development start date will be ASAP.
- Rest API’s
- Linux as a development environment
- Relational database design
- Angular or other Frontend framework (React, Vue, etc)
- Network programming (Sockets/WebSockets +1)
- NPM related build systems and tooling
- Agile methodologies
About Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab’s mission is to revolutionize the way we access space. We develop and launch advanced rockets to put small payloads into orbit more frequently, at a fraction of the cost of cumbersome traditional launch services. We are ushering in a new era of unprecedented access to space.
Small satellites have a crucial role to play in improving understanding of our planet and humanity’s impact on it. Rocket Lab’s lightweight carbon composite Electron launch vehicle is designed to give these satellites dedicated launches and flexible orbit options. From real-time earth imaging and improved natural disaster prediction, to crop management and global internet, improved access to space enables us to take informed, deliberate steps in the management of our planet.
On May 25 2017, Electron made history as the first orbital-class launch vehicle to reach space from a private launch facility. It marked a significant milestone in eliminating commercial barriers and opening space for business.
Founded in 2006 by Peter Beck, Rocket Lab is headquartered in Los Angeles with operations and a launch site in New Zealand. It is a privately funded company with investors including Khosla Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Lockheed Martin, Promus Ventures and Data Collective.