Safety Engineer

Ref No. EMP446124
Location Weymouth, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (12 Months)
Job Status Closed
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There is a contract opportunity for a Junior level Safety Engineer to join Matchtech's key client in the Defence industry, this is an initial 12 month contract based in Weymouth.


Safety engineer, defence

The Job

As a Junior Safety Engineer you will be carrying out a range of Safety Engineering activities and analyses on all areas of the Submarine Combat System, including Navigation, Command and Control, and Communication systems. This work will contribute to the development and maintenance of Def Stan 00-56 safety cases, to demonstrate that the safety risks of operating the submarine are as low as reasonably practicable.

The Individual
* Determine and manage stakeholder requirements
* Understand customer requirements
* Hazard identification and risk analysis
* Product safety management system
* Safety assessment
* Safety case and safety case report
* Safety, HF and operability requirements capture and management

Demonstrable experience in safety engineering and activities contributing to the production of product safety cases
* Relevant engineering qualification such as BEng/ MEng or equivalent
* Broad knowledge of industry safety standards (such as Def Stan 00-56, IEC 61508 or similar)
* Applicants should be able to demonstrate domain knowledge in at least one of the the following:
o Complex Electronic Systems
o Software Development
o Maritime Navigation
o Command and Control Systems
o Sonar Systems
o Virtualised Networks
o Radio Communications
o Radar Systems
o Underwater Weapons

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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