About Oshkosh Defense, an Oshkosh company
Oshkosh Defense stands behind those who dedicate their lives to protecting others. As an industry-leading tactical vehicle manufacturer, every day we strive to meet or exceed our customers' ever-changing needs with next generation defense technologies and advanced systems. We operate with unparalleled commitment to those who depend on our products and services worldwide to perform their missions.
Responsible for interpretation, planning, and execution of Safety requirements on various government contracts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conduct risk assessment studies and analyses of changes/issues affecting Reliability/Safety and report risks accordingly in the Risk Matrix.
Enforce the proper use of engineering criteria and internal Reliability/Safety standards. Ensure that technical issues are conducted within the framework of company policies and procedures
Prepare technical proposals, quotations, reports, and presentations
Prepare and deliver presentations and participates in Integrated Project Team (IPT) meetings, system design meetings, program engineering review and change board meetings
Plan, host and support Working Groups (WGs) to validate the system’s design to meet requirements
Review and provide input to Systems Engineering, Design and Software documentation consistent with project phase to include requirements development, design, development, verification, test methods and performance verification
Review Engineering Change Proposals (ECP), support Configuration Control Board (CCB)
Safety, Human Factors
Develop, deliver, update and maintain Safety Assessment Reports, Hazardous Materials Management Plans, Hazard Tracking Logs, Human Systems Integration Logs
Work closely with customer to develop Safety Cases, collaborates hazard mitigations and residual risk and obtain Safety Releases/Certifications
Ensure hazard controls are properly implemented and verified
Independently analyzes and recommends safety features and controls for system design, software, training and procedures to mitigate or eliminate hazards
Vehicle walkthroughs – how to make things better (BASF)
Bachelors of Science in Engineering (Mechanical or Electrical Engineering)
3-plus years reliability & maintainability or system safety experience
Experience working MIL-STD-882
High computer application literacy including Microsoft Office Suite
U.S. Citizen or equivalent
Able to obtain a secret security clearance as required by job duties
Able to travel in support of customer meetings and reviews
Experience with a high level cad system
Possess a strong mechanical knowledge of vehicles and related systems
Strong verbal presentation and written communication skills
Excellent time management and organizational skills
Familiarity with system/software/hardware design, verification and validation processes.
Proficient in performing Hazard Analysis, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, Fault Tree Analysis.
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