Jeff Bezos shows off a mockup of the Blue Moon lunar lander at its unveiling in Washington, D.C., in May 2019. (GeekWire Photo / Alan Boyle)

Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space venture has posted more than 50 job openings for its Blue Moon lunar lander program, which is currently under consideration for NASA funding.

The online listings put out the word about positions at Blue Origin’s home base in Kent, Wash., ranging from chief engineer to administrative assistant. Most of the positions focus on software engineering and systems development. For what it’s worth, a mockup of the Blue Moon lander is the centerpiece of the O’Neill Building, the company’s new headquarters in Kent.

Bezos unveiled that mockup last May in Washington, D.C., and last October he

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