Reliability, Maintainability&Sfty Eng
Reliability, Maintainability, and Safety (RMS) Engineer to support Commercial System product lines.
Specific assignments may range from:
• Supporting the design of new products (primary role)
• Conducting safety engineering related analyses of products and systems
• Conducting reliability engineering related analyses of products and systems
With respect to the safety engineering discipline:
Perform traditional safety assessments/analyses in accordance with ARP4761 & ARP4754 Rev A, including but not limited to, Functional Hazard Assessments (FHAs), Preliminary System Safety Assessments (PSSAs), System Safety Assessments (SSAs), Fault Tree Analyses (FTAs), and Common Mode Analyses (CMAs). This individual will also aid system engineering teams in defining system architectures during new development activity.
With respect to the reliability engineering discipline:
Assessment/analysis tasks may include reliability predictions, stress and derating analyses, failure mode & effects analyses (FMEAs), and maintainability assessments. Engineering development test support associated with this position includes the areas of Reliability Enhancement Testing (RET) and Environmental Stress Screening (ESS). These testing efforts may include development of test procedures and reports, as well as performing tasks associated with conducting the actual tests (e.g. overseeing and conducting testing, conducting failure review board meetings, and contributing to the definition of corrective actions).
The individual will generally work on assessment/analysis tasks under the guidance and mentoring of a more senior engineer. These tasks are typically difficult to define and have solutions which require the use or development of advanced principles and concepts. The individual must be able to look at problems from multiple indenture levels within a system architecture.
The individual will work under general direction in relation to long range organizational goals. The individual will be held accountable for implementing strategic directions set forth by the group manager. The individual will also work under direct guidance and mentoring in relation to specific task assignments and will be accountable for performance on those tasks.
Basic circuit analysis knowledge is required.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office tools is required.
The individual must also have the following abilities:
• Effective oral/written communication skills
• Effective interpersonal and team skills
Other Desirable Abilities:
• Experience with Microsoft Access is desired.
• Appreciation for, and an understanding of, electrical component failure modes and wear-out mechanisms is also desired.
Bachelor's degree in applicable engineering or science field, or, in
the absence of a bachelor's degree, six years of related engineering
Bachelor's degree in applicable engineering or science field, and two
years of related experience, or, in the absence of a bachelor's degree,
eight years of related engineering experience.
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United States-Iowa-Cedar Rapids, IA
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