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System Safety Engineer

Company:
Crew Training International
Location:
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Posted:
December 07, 2018

Description:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education:Bachelor’s degree in Engineering

Training and Experience: Minimum of five (5) years systems engineering and system safety engineering experience.

Desired Experience:Ten (10) years systems engineering and system safety engineering experience working with RPA or other similar aircraft.

General Skills: Possess excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills, handle multiple tasks, flexible in work assignments, and work with little to no supervision.

Computer Skills:Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Security Clearance: Must currently possess a “Secret” security clearance.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Collaborate on RPA and other aviation safety maintenance and operations related issues with industry experts (Original Equipment Manufacturer engineers, command level management and other maintenance personnel).

•Provide RPA and other aviation safety support for Military Flight Operations Quality Assurance (MFOQA), Airman Safety Action Program (ASAP), Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA), and other proactive safety programs. Review, evaluate, and provide recommendations for airworthiness evaluations using MIL-HDBK-516C criteria.

•Review and perform system safety assessments using general aviation and military standards IAW ARP-4761, Mil-HDBK 516C, Mil-Std 882E, DO-178B, DO-278, DO-264, and AFI 91-202.

•Review, evaluate and provide recommendations for risk assessment packages IAW AFI 91-202 and applicable airworthiness criteria bulletins.

•Review, assess, and coordinate on Safety Assessment Report (SAR) packages or other similar products for RPA National Airspace (NAS) integration.

•Attend all applicable aviation safety related meetings.

•Provide input to the Memorandum of Final Evaluation process IAW AFI 91-204 and AFMAN 91-223.

•Assist with research, data mining, and identifying possible mishap root causes for SIBs.

•Conduct research using Air Force Safety Automated System (AFSAS) historical data for SIBs and all levels of USAF leadership.

•Respond to RPA and other aviation safety short-notice/time critical taskers, safety briefings, and presentations for AFSEC staff and higher headquarters.

•Support safe expansion of RPA and sUAS operations for major commands, combatant commands, and other units.

•Contribute and assist in the development of system safety test plans.

•Recommend solutions for gaps, limitations, or deficiencies discovered during aviation safety investigations and system safety analysis.

•Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.