Lead Systems Engineer - Safety - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-11 Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
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Engage across multiple Defence Projects.
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At Raytheon we draw the brightest minds and give them work that excites them while continuously developing an environment for learning to maintain a highly skilled, world-class workforce. We now have an exciting new opportunity for an accomplished System Safety Engineer to join our talented Systems Engineering function to support a range of Defence programs.
Reporting to the Systems Engineering Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the application of their System Safety technical expertise to provide comprehensive solutions for a range of Defence programs, as well as developing and implementing System Safety Programs to ensure that the systems possess optimum safety controls.
System Safety engineering activities such as safety management, Product level safety support, Customer level safety support and safety process management.
Provide requirements, design, verification and validation support to our projects with a particular focus on safety.
Provide technical support for project System Design and Analysis activities to derive system function, performance and interface requirements.
Maintain Program System Safety procedures and Safety artefacts and data.
Skills, Experiences and Qualifications
Degree qualifications in a relevant Engineering discipline, e.g. Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Computer Systems or Systems Engineering.
At least 5-6 years’ experience in an Engineering discipline including involvement in Engineering practices such as Requirements Definition, Requirements Management, Requirements Analysis, Design, Verification and Validation.
Experience with developing hazard identification and System Safety risk assessments including identification of hazardous materials.
Identifies and documents appropriate controls to eliminate or minimise the residual risk So Far As is Reasonably Practical (SFARP).
Experience in applying Goal Structured Notation in support of the development of the Safety Case and Knowledge of Systems Engineering Standards (EIA-632 or ISO/IEC 15288) will be well regarded.
Applicants must be eligible to attain and maintain Australian Department of Defence Security Clearance of Negative Vet 1.
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