System Safety Engineer
Systems Safety Engineer required to develop and support the delivery of safety artefacts to enable vehicle demonstration trials and in service use by military personnel. Typical activities will include: Collating safety evidence in support of System Safety Case development. Providing proactive safety engineering support to the programme. Critically reviewing safety, environmental and legislation (SEL) requirements compliance from internal teams, suppliers and government furnished equipment. Ensuring SEL requirements are used to influence engineering design. Leading the delivery of physical hazard compliance through engagement. Lead and support reviews with stakeholder community as appropriate. Supporting a 'design for safety' culture within the stakeholder community. The successful candidate will have the below skills: Experience in producing Safety Cases in accordance with DEF STAN 00-56, JSP 454 and POSMS at System level including all primary sub-systems. Experienced in producing compelling system safety arguments. Derivation and setting of appropriate safety criteria/requirements. Undertaking hazard identification, hazard analysis and risk assessment to include HAZOP, SWIFT, FMEA(CA), FTA, ETA, GSN techniques. Producing and assessing tolerability and ALARP arguments. Producing robust safety arguments and reports. Familiar with recognized standards and procedures including Def Stan 00-56, IEC 61508, JSP 454, POSMS, JSP 375, JSP 815. Understanding and application of safety and general purpose tool sets, e.g. : FaultTree, Cassandra and MS Office tools. Candidates must be willing to undergo a security vetting procedure.