Lead Systems Engineer - Safety - Military veterans preferred

Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)


  full-time   employee


  • Leading Defence Contractor committed to driving strategic growth.
  • Engage across multiple Defence Projects.
  • Macquarie Park Location – Onsite Parking.
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.

Key Responsibilities
  • 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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