Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Systems Safety Engineer
Kellogg Brown and Root Pty Ltd (KBR) is a leading Government and Defence service provider. KBR in Australia has been involved in working with Defence for the last 20 years, and has developed a core competency in systems engineering, systems and enterprise architecture, project management, training solutions and integrated logistic support and provides this expertise to support a wide range of exciting Defence projects and clients.
The Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) through the Mine Warfare and Clearance Diving Systems Program Office (MCDSPO) is responsible for acquisition and through-life support of a number of Navy ships, diving and hyperbaric equipment and systems.
The Systems Safety Engineer will be responsible for the management of a holistic approach to safety to ensure safe conduct and operation of capability throughout the entirety of its lifecycle. In this role you will develop and maintain a System Safety Program with the support intent of engineering and sustainment outcomes across all assets under MCDSPO management. Other responsibilites include (but are not limited to):
Experience and Qualifications
To be successful in this role you will ideally possess:
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