Safety & Security Engineer

22 Jul 2019
19 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Safety & Security Engineer

Working directly for the Safety Lead the main duties of the role will include:

Conducting safety and security-risk analysis on company-designed mission support systems, including Mission Planning Systems and tablet-based obstacle warning, navigation and Electronic Flight Bag products;
Producing System Safety Analysis Reports and Safety Assessment Reports;
Producing System Security Analysis Reports and Risk Management and Accreditation Document Sets (RMADS);
Supporting the on-going maintenance, control and configuration management of all documentation and records relating to the Mission Systems' Safety Management System;
Assisting with non-safety engineering tasks including the development of product security-related deliverables, configuration and testing of production systems and assisting Field Support Representatives;
Assisting project support teams through troubleshooting system issues;
Undertaking department project activities; and,
Supporting Mission Systems goals and activities.

Qualifications and Experience

A degree in an engineering subject (Safety Engineering, Systems Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Software Engineering or numerate discipline); and;

Evidence of related engineering experience.


Up-to-date knowledge of UK safety legislation.
Knowledge and experience of MAA Regulatory Publications.
Knowledge and experience of working to the requirements of Def Stan 00-056, Mil-Std 882C and other civil aviation-related standards.
Knowledge and experience of working in the Defence domain ideally Aviation.
Knowledge and experience of demonstrating functional safety with air platforms and support systems and associated standards.
Demonstrable knowledge and experience of Safety and Environmental Engineering techniques: Safety Argument development using Goal-Structuring Notation (GSN) or Claims-Argument-Evidence (CAE); Functional Failure Analysis (FFA); Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)/ Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA); Fault Tree Analysis (FTA).
Experience in demonstrating functional safety within software intensive systems and associated standards (e.g. RTCA/DO-178B, RTCA/DO-200A (ED-76), IEC 61508).
Knowledge and experience in Hazard Log development and management using appropriate support applications such as DOORS.
Knowledge and experience of producing System Safety Assessment Reports using appropriate support applications such as Adelard ASCE.
An understanding of the impact of security to system architecture.
Knowledge of (or willingness to learn) current Information Security Management Principles.
Knowledge and experience of stakeholder management within the Defence domain.
Working knowledge of Environmental Testing of physical devices.
Expert user of modern office applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.).


Experience with interface and integration protocols such as: ARINC429, 629, MIL-STD 1553.
Knowledge and experience of working with Navigation and Mission Planning Systems.
Knowledge of software development methods and safety-related information systems.
Knowledge of Civil Aviation EFB standards.
Experience of system development utilising COTS sub-systems.
Competent user of IBM Rational DOORS tools.
Working knowledge of on-aircraft Integration.
Working Knowledge of ISO 27001, current National Cyber Security Centre Risk Management Principles or its predecessor Information Risk Management: HMG IA Standard Numbers 1 & 2

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency

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