Sr System Engineer has knowledge of MIL-STD-882E (DoD System Safety Standard Practice) and SAE ARP 4761 (Civil Aviation Safety Assessment Guidelines / Methods) in the design of safety-critical products, preferably for military helicopter end-users.
2. Prior experience in the creation of Fault Tree Analyses and use of fault tree tools; Ability to use CAFTA to review, create and calculate fault trees with no run time errors, update failure rates within CAFTA database is required!
3. Ability to author and/or analyze Preliminary System Safety Assessment (PSSA/SSA), Hazard Analysis Reports (HAR), and Safety Risk Assessments (SRA) is required!
4. Ability to author and/or analyze Safety Assessment Report (SAR), HW/SW Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) is required!
5. Familiarity with change management and requirements management tools
6. A solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office tools, DOORS, CMMI process and DO-178 is highly desirable.
Bachelor's degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) discipline.
- Basic circuit analysis knowledge is required.
- Ability to read schematics and BOMS
- Knowledge of writing technical reports
- Military rotary aircraft/avionics and systems engineering
Pilot training / flight experience is a plus, as is a practical knowledge of physics relevant to physical equipment hazards.