|Location: Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, England||Salary: Benefits|
|Sector: Safety||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Ian Cowx||Job Published: 13 days ago|
Software Safety Engineer.
S/W London + Home working.
Competitive Salary and Benefits package (please apply for details).
UK Passport Holders only.
Summary of role:
- Work closely with the Safety Manager, who leads the technical safety work and is responsible for owning the safety case.
- Undertake software safety analysis activities.
- Generate software safety requirements for the system to ensure that the customers safety targets and derived safety targets can be met by the system design.
- Support the planning of software safety activities on projects, advise on effort estimating to deliver the project milestones and safety case objectives.
- Supporting audits at internal and external design reviews and safety committee meetings.
- Generating software safety analysis and documenting it in a report, which will be the subject of internal peer review, governance reviews and presenting the findings to the customer.
- Producing technical documentation to a high standard in accordance with company/customer procedures
- Presenting safety arguments to internal and external stakeholders.
- Working collaboratively within multi-disciplined teams
- Software Safety Engineering experience.
- Understanding and demonstration of compliance to international and defence standards such as IEC 61508 and/or Def Stan 055
- Ability to understand hardware and software failure modes, causes and effects.
- Experience in some areas safety/reliability analysis techniques such as; hazard identification and analysis, FMECA, FTA, Functional Failure Analysis
Additional Desirable skills (not essential).
- Certified TÜV Functional Safety Professional
- Experience in achieving certification for SIL2 systems or equivalent
- Experience in safety assurance of COTS PE based systems or high integrity software products
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