System Safety Eng, II

Aerovironment Moorpark , CA 93020

Posted 6 months ago

We are currently seeking a System Safety Eng, II to join our team.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and execute a Program-Specific System Safety Assessment plan based on ARP4761.

  • Perform and publish assessments and analysis required to support the System Safety Assessment including Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), System Safety Assessment (SSA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and Common Cause Analysis (CCA).

  • Write System Safety and airworthiness related design requirements.

  • Lead system safety working group.

  • Represent System Safety in design reviews to provide feedback regarding System Safety. Drafts test plans and procedures.

  • Develop and publish white papers and safety cases to support the expansion of commercial operations for UAS.

  • Support Type, Airworthiness and Production Certificate applications.

Required Qualifications & Background

  • BS in an Engineering discipline or equivalent experience required.

  • 2-5 years of experience in System Safety Assessment is required.

  • Working knowledge of ARP4761 to be able to customize it to suit project constraints.

  • Must have experience in performing safety assessments and analyses in support of FAA certification; experience with UAV/UAS safety assessment is a plus.

  • Demonstrated analytical skills and an ability to interpret the available regulatory and advisory materials in order to meet project success criteria.

  • Must have a solid engineering background in various disciplines: structures, communication, avionics, software, ground station.

  • Ability to perform probabilistic risk assessment a plus.

  • Experience writing test plans, procedures, and reports a plus.

  • Flight test experience a plus.

  • FAA Designated Engineering Representative (DER) a plus.

  • Reliability engineering knowledge is a plus.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • A creative individual who thinks outside the box to find solutions to never solved problems.

  • Computer competency in word processing, spreadsheets a must.

  • Some travel required.

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