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Avionics Manufacturing & Test Intern - Fall 2024

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Relativity Space


1mo ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Long Beach

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  • Candidates must have a BS or MS in aerospace, mechanical, manufacturing, software, or industrial engineering, with hands-on experience in electromechanical assembly, CAD design for fixtures, and lean manufacturing processes. Experience with manufacturing execution systems, quality management, cost estimation, and project management is desired.
  • The Avionics Manufacturing & Test Intern will be responsible for driving how builds are structured, addressing lab issues, and running test operations on flight hardware. They must be a self-starter and have a commitment to quality, working on both desk tasks like writing work instructions and hands-on tasks like assembling hardware.

Off-cycle Internship

Engineering, Software Engineering•Long Beach


  • The Avionics team is responsible for the full lifecycle of electronics, harnessing, enclosures and secondary structure, instrumentation, and GSE hardware central to operating Relativity's rockets. The team designs, builds, tests, integrates, and operates the hardware which controls the rocket in flight, downlinks critical telemetry, keeps the public safe, and deploys our customers' payloads to orbit! Our hardware enables Relativity to reliably control our rockets while maintaining the flexibility to rapidly iterate our designs. As a member of this team, you will design innovative hardware solutions capable of surviving harsh launch and space environments. Your designs will support multiple vehicle systems such as sensors, propulsion, computing, actuation, energy management, and communications. 
  • The Avionics Manufacturing and Test team specifically supports the development of our manufacturing and test processes, tooling, and test system development.


  • Obtaining BS or MS in aerospace, mechanical, manufacturing, software or industrial engineering.
  • 1+ years relevant internship experience preferred, not required
  • Interest in typical manufacturing execution systems and quality management systems.
  • Experience developing/implementing assembly fixtures and jigs using CAD software.
  • Hands on electromechanical experience with PCBA soldering and wire harness assembly.
  • Lean manufacturing experience improving processes, managing projects and analyzing data.
  • Experience developing user interfaces/dashboards for manufacturing and test execution.
  • Experience calculating production, labor, and material costs, as well as estimating future needs for production.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • To be successful in this role, you need to be a self-starter that can thrive in ambiguity, identify problems and quickly resolve them, and provide definition to the previously undefined. You should have a commitment to quality and the discipline required to achieve it. You will set the tone for how builds are structured, and work orders are written, how issues in the lab are addressed, and drive how test operations are run on flight hardware. You will be a trail blazer for the company, so you need to be self-motivated and able to influence both Engineering and Production to effectively implement your plans. Your day-to-day work will include both desk work such as writing work instructions, as well as hands on work such as setting up work areas, assembling hardware and running test operations.


Work type

Full time

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Long Beach