NASA Artemis System Safety Engineer Sr
- Military veterans preferred
2022-06-14 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Houston Texas 77058 United States
This position offers an exciting and challenging opportunity to support NASA’s present and future human spaceflight programs. You will apply your knowledge and expertise of system safety requirements, processes, tools and products to develop mission level safety analyses of NASA human spaceflight missions. You will be responsible for ensuring the integrated mission design and proposed operations comply with all applicable Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA) requirements, and that all flight safety risks have been identified, characterized and mitigated to an acceptable level to support certification of flight readiness. Some travel to vendors, prime contractor sites, and/or vehicle processing centers may be required. Specific tasks include:
Evaluation of integrated system architecture and concept of operations for compliance to NASA Safety and Mission Assurance requirements
Development of integrated, mission level hazard and crew survival analysis including development of hazard cause trees, identification of potential integrated hazards, hazard causes, hazard controls and verifications
Development of mission level crew survival analysis to identify specific system capabilities and contingency operations which could be used to mitigate loss of crew risk in the event of a catastrophic hazard
Evaluation of changes to requirements, system designs and planned operations for potential impacts to flight safety and mission success
Evaluation of prime contractor processes and products including hazard analysis, failure modes and effects analysis, design verification analysis, reliability and maintainability analysis, limited life item time/cycle tracking reports, hardware qualification and acceptance test reports
Identify, characterize and provide recommendations regarding mitigation of safety and mission assurance risks to senior management
Participate in mission level trade studies to identify and quantify S&MA impacts associated with proposed options / alternatives under consideration
Participation in failure analysis and problem resolution
Coordination and resolution of issues impacting flight safety and mission success across affected programs and stakeholders
Collect and analyze data for risk assessments and reliability and maintainability reports
Must be a US citizen and able to pass a public trust security clearance.
EDUCATION: BS in Aerospace, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, or other science degree.
Minimum 15 years related experience
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communications skills
High degree of technical excellence, integrity, and self-initiative
Ability to work effectively across multiple organizations / stakeholders and within a teaming environment to get results
Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches, and propose innovative solutions to technical problems
Proficient in use of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Power Point, Excel)
Knowledge of Safety and Mission Assurance requirements, processes, tools and products, including qualitative and quantitative techniques for characterizing risks
Experience performing system safety analyses (hazard analysis, crew survival analysis) of complex systems / operations
Experience performing root cause analysis and development of fault trees to support anomaly / non-conformance investigations.
Covid Policy: SAIC does not require COVID-19 vaccinations or boosters. Customer site vaccination requirements must be followed when work is performed at a customer site.