As a weapon control system safety engineer you will contribute to the system design activities as you participate in requirements analysis and management to identify potential hazards and ensure hazard mitigations are implemented as part of the design process. You will conduct functional analysis, performance analysis, system design, trade studies, system integration and test (verification) as you enhance the safety and performance of the system.
As you participate in the design process you will be responsible for the identification of potential hazards through conducting functional and system level hazard analyses, subsystem hazard analyses and participating in the evaluation of installation and maintenance procedures, which are employed by the system operation and maintenance personnel. You will interface with internal and external stakeholders to include customer safety representatives. Your responsibility includes preparing and/or contribution to safety analyses and artifacts which are to be delivered to the program customer.
Developing mission-critical systems that help keep people safe is what we do. At General Dynamics Mission Systems, you’ll be part of the team that helps heroes make a true impact. The work we do is important. The challenges we face are career-defining. The opportunity we can offer is one-of-a-kind.
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Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering, or a related Science, Engineering or Mathematics field. Also requires 2+ years of job-related experience or a Master's degree. Agile experience preferred.
CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: Department of Defense Secret security clearance is required within a reasonable period of time. Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, U.S. citizenship is required.