Oasis Systems

  • Systems Safety Engineer

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(12/28/2018 11:31 AM)
    Requisition Number
    2018-8152
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Provide system safety engineering support to the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) program office, which is within the Battle Management Directorate at Hanscom AFB, MA.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree and 10 years of work experience, with experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs desirable.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in an IPT environment
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Candidate must obtain, and maintain, the proper personnel clearance for this position.

    Responsibilities

    • Perform, analyze and interpret system safety hazard analyses, risk hazard assessments, risk mitigation plans, Programmatic Environmental Safety and Health Evaluations (PESHE), and critical safety item assessments.
    • Analyze and interpret information related to requests for environmental impact assessments.
    • Provide Unit Compliance Inspection (UCI) preparation support. Complete and maintain the AFMC Safety Assessment Checklist; prepare evidence/artifacts folders, and corrective action plans.
    • Interface with safety counterparts at various associated organizations and participate in the AWACS System Safety Group and ESC ESOH Committee Meetings. Provide technical support to US projects.
    • Provide advice and guidance with governing deficiency Reporting and Safety Documents including T.O. 0035D-54, JDRS Database Tool, AFMC/EN Deficiency Reporting CoP, MIL-STD 882, AFI 91-204, and ESCI 63-1202.
    • Analyze and interpret safety critical deficiency reports, hazard analyses, risk hazard assessments, and risk mitigation plans.
    • Interface with deficiency reporting counterparts at various associated organizations and participate in Deficiency Review Board.

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