Lead radiation operations for ISS and Artemis missions including concept of operations, training, staffing, hardware sustaining, and coordination with programs on requirement closure and hardware utilization.
Provide guidance/support to emerging programs (commercial low-earth orbit destinations, Human Lander System, and Extravehicular Activity and Human Surface Mobility Program) with focus on end-to-end radiation analysis.
Provide hardware project technical guidance for current projects and future opportunities.
Function as part of a larger team to define and mitigate the risks associated with human exposure to the space radiation environment.
Provide guidance to flight control teams to ensure radiation protection requirements are met; provide subject matter expertise in radiation environments, operations, dosimetry.
Represent the Space Radiation Analysis Group, Johnson Space Center, and Human Health and Performance Directorate at Program boards and panels to sponsor, defend, and present radiation requirements as well as related change requests and issues.
Apply an interdisciplinary approach involving knowledge of engineering along with considering perspectives and needs of all elements of involved teams from hardware developers to console operators.
Serve as an advisor to senior scientists, engineers, management, related organizations, or contractor personnel, giving authoritative advice and evaluation on the radiation protection system.
Prepare policy development, requirements analysis and definition, technical evaluations, and make human/systems integration recommendations to management.
Identify, investigate, and report hardware, procedural, and documentation problems, anomalies, and discrepancies, and monitors corrective action.