CASIS has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of stimulating interest and managing the U.S. National Lab as a platform for basic and applied research onboard the International Space Station. Resumes are always accepted from science based talent including scientists and researchers interested in helping CASIS achieve success through utilization of the ISS.
As the manager of the ISS National Laboratory, CASIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with CASIS is governed on the basis of competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability, or any other legally protected status.
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the U.S.
Current Career Opportunities
If you are interested in a position with CASIS, even if you do not see a current posting that fits, please feel free to submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CASIS is responsible for maximizing the value of the ISS to the nation by developing and managing a diversified R&D portfolio based on U.S. national needs for basic and applied research and by using the ISS as a venue for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educational activities.
Stimulate, develop, and manage the U.S. national uses of the ISS by other U.S. government agencies, academic institutions, and private firms. Develop tools and techniques to communicate the value of uses of the ISS National Laboratory and increase the return on the U.S. investment in the ISS.
CASIS Strategies and Objectives
Identify the unique capabilities of the ISS that provide breakthrough opportunities for non-NASA uses in science and applications, technology development, and STEM education, including but not limited to human health, biological sciences, biotechnology, biological research, energy and biofuels, physical and materials science and development, engineering research and technology development, and Earth and space imaging and observations. Identify and prioritize the most promising research pathways, while ensuring diversity, without over-committing the resources of the ISS.
CASIS Core Values
Passion for the Mission
We are inspired and driven by the International Space Station and the incredible opportunity ahead of us. We understand and are humbled by what others have sacrificed to build the ISS. We embrace the role that CASIS plays in shaping the future of space research by maximizing the impact of this incredible laboratory.
We are committed to our customers and understand that each and every one of us contributes to the user experience. As the conduits to the space station, we aim to do everything in our power to improve the customer journey and focus on our customer’s objectives.
We believe in the power of inclusion – that there is greater strength in working together to solve complex problems. We collaborate and build networks, harnessing the best ideas from inside and outside the organization. We treat our coworkers, partners, customers, and vendors with respect and appreciation.
We convey professionalism in all that we do. We communicate openly and transparently and use appropriate channels. We recognize that each employee is an ambassador of the ISS National Laboratory and contributor to the ISS brand.
We recognize the great responsibility that we have to maximize the use of the ISS to benefit life on Earth. We demonstrate good stewardship of our resources and put the mission above all else when making business decisions. We are accountable for our actions and expect our users,partners, and vendors to share in these values.
Committed to Excellence
We take pride in our work and aspire to be the best we can be. We adhere to the highest standards of our professions and adopt best practices. We embrace new ideas and explore innovative ways of working.