JMJ Evolution is searching for a Safety System Engineer (Analyst) for one of is client based on the South shore of Montreal, in the aeronautic field.
Areas of Expertise:
System safety and reliability analysis for power plants and interfaces with aircrafts;
Knowledge of engine turbomachinery and controls, aircraft powerplant systems (propeller, thrust reverser);
Includes all aspects related to mechanical systems (fuel, oil, transmission) and control (hydromechanical, electronic, software);
Responsible for entire projects with significant scope and complexity through the value stream from preliminary requirements through to engine and aircraft certification and field life cycle management;
Contributes to the team by applying their advanced knowledge to lead and develop disciplines such as fire safety, FMEA, or fleet risk management;
Develops and coaches others;
Has expert knowledge that extends across multiple design disciplines.
Work with airframers, airworthiness authorities and teams to define safety requirements and flow down; prepare PSSA and Safety Plan;
Conduct systems safety analysis and participate in IPT's in support of engine design activities, leading FMEA;
Validate safety objective are met through FHA, prepare the SSA for engine certification and support aircraft level certification activities;
Conduct technical analysis, develop solutions to problems encountered during development and in-service;
Perform risk assessments in support of fleet management strategies for continued airworthiness;
Applicants should demonstrate a strong interest in discipline leadership, with solid teamwork, troubleshooting, and systems thinking capability;
Provide discipline leadership, including the development of new processes and analytical tools.
Required Job Qualifications:
Bachelors degree with 6 to 10 years of experience
Masters degree with 4 to 7 years of experience
Field of study: Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
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