Featured Roles

As vessel development transitions from system design to prototyping the ISDC is searching for candidates to fill critical engineering roles. This new phase will also require advanced simulation testing before the construction phase can begin.

The generation and propulsion programs are the first to reach this transition point. The officers and crew currently leading the design phase for these programs do not intend to serve aboard the vessel in deep space and have elected to stand aside. This makes way for a new leadership team who will progress through prototyping and construction to join the vessel on its first voyages.

The available positions are:

Generation Officer

Responsible for the vessel’s power generation and distribution systems, including the fusion reactor and Power Distribution Network (PDN). This officer will command the ISDC’s Generation Program and on completion of vessel construction will be a strong candidate for the Executive Engineering Officer (Chief Engineer) position aboard.

The current generation officer, LCDR Robert Hewson, will be taking up a position as an instructor at the ISDC’s new training academy.

Generation Chief

Responsible for the technical implementation of power generation systems including the reactor and coolant/generation system. The Generation Chief will supervise the crew working on prototype construction and testing of these systems.

Distribution Chief

Responsible for the technical implementation of power distribution systems. The Distribution Chief will supervise the crew working on PDN prototype construction and simulation testing.

Propulsion Officer

Responsible for the vessel’s propulsion systems including main engines and superluminal relativistic engines. This officer will command the ISDC’s Propulsion Program and on completion of vessel construction will be a strong candidate for the Executive Engineering Officer (Chief Engineer) position aboard.

Main Engine Chief

Responsible for the technical implementation of the magnetoplasma impulse engines (MIE’s) that will provide main vessel propulsion. The Propulsion Chief will supervise the crew working on MIE prototype construction and simulation testing.

Recruitment

The ISDC has recruiting networks amongst the military of most contributing nations but also sees the benefit of having members make use of their own professional networks to assist recruitment.

If you can see yourself in one of these roles, use the contact form to express your interest and find out more.

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