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Welcome to r/SpaceX, the premier SpaceX discussion community and the largest fan-run board on the American aerospace company SpaceX. This board is not an official outlet for SpaceX information.

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Hot Jobs at SpaceX

These are positions SpaceX is looking to fill as soon as possible. The list will rotate every other Thursday, so keep an eye out for them!

Location | Position :---|:--- Hawthorne California|Composites Technician Hawthorne California|Avionics Integration Technician Hawthorne California|Structures Technician Hawthorne California|Manufacturing Engineer (Dragon Environmental & Thermal Control System) Hawthorne California|Supplier Development Engineer - Machining Redmond Washington|Senior Hardware Development Electrical Engineer

When applying, be sure to select Reddit in the “How did you hear about us?” dropdown section!

More jobs are listed at SpaceX.com/careers.

Select Upcoming Events

NET Date| Event Details :---:|:--- 30 March 2017 | SES-10 ♺ Falcon 9, KSC LC-39A 16 April 2017 | NROL-76 Falcon 9, KSC LC-39A 30 April 2017 | Inmarsat-5 F4 Falcon 9, KSC LC-39A 17 June 2017 | Iridium NEXT Mission 2 Falcon 9, VAFB SLC-4E. Q3 2017 | Demo Flight ♺ Falcon Heavy, KSC LC-39A November 2017| CCtCap Demo Mission 1 (DM-1) Falcon 9 + Dragon 2 (uncrewed), KSC LC-39A December 2017 | STP-2 Falcon Heavy, KSC LC-39A 2018 | Lunar Free-Return Mission Falcon Heavy + Dragon 2 (crewed), KSC LC-39A 2020 | Red Dragon Falcon Heavy + Red Dragon, KSC LC-39A

Correct as of 27 March 2017. Complete manifest here.

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