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System Safety Analyst III

Company: Skylla Engineering
Location: Stafford
Posted on: May 27, 2023

Job Description:

Skylla Engineering is an agile and adaptive technology company that expeditiously delivers innovative solutions and knowledge-based services in support of the critical missions of our customers involved with the Nation's Defense. Skylla offers a highly competitive total compensation package including a comprehensive benefits package, 401K matching, and Paid Time Off. We have an immediate opening for an energetic self-starter.
SUMMARY: Provide human systems integration and safety services for the assessment and documentation of safety related data for Marine Corps programs. The Safety Analyst will coordinate with the program office and TSS for safety for specific tasking efforts. Additionally, the contractor will work with team leads, engineers, and logistics to ensure a safety schedule is in place to cover all needed safety analyses to support team test events and fielding decisions. Provide research and technical support to a team tasked with the support of senior-level DoD and Service representatives on system safety or Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) implementation. Help execute comprehensive system safety programs or individual tasks, including plans, analyses, assessments, and evaluations. Analyze data, develop written deliverables, and assist with the presentation of results. Assist with the review of client system safety or ESOH documents to verify compliance with requirements, policy, and guidance documents. Focus on completing client work in accordance with established plans and quality standards.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Systems Safety Analyst responsibilities include:

  • Provide system safety assessments, documenting (in writing) all system safety and assessment findings, and performing development and staffing of System Safety Assessment Reports, Risk Acceptance Letters, Hazard Logs/Analysis, Safety Releases and supportive documentation and Safety of Use Messages (as required, for mishaps that occur within the fleet)

  • Apply effective Human Systems Integration (HSI) principles and design activities during design, development, production, and operation.

  • Assist the Government by ensuring Human Factors Engineering, Manpower, Personnel, Training, Environment, Safety, Occupational Health (ESOH), Personnel Survivability, and Habitability aspects and requirements have been coordinated and incorporated into the layout, design, and development of systems having operator, maintainer, and supporter interfaces

  • Safety Schedules/inputs to teams' IMS

  • Assist the Government in analyzing design requirements to ensure the development of effective man-machine interfaces and preclude system characteristics that require: extensive cognitive, physical, or sensory skills; complex manpower or training intensive tasks; or result in frequent or critical errors.

  • When applicable, develop and recommend a Programmatic Environmental, Safety, and Health Evaluation (PESHE).

  • System safety analysis of hardware and software for a Marine Corps Command and Control (C2) system in accordance with MIL-STD-882 - includes NAVSEA Lithium Battery Certifications and NEPA Compliance documentation.

  • Review and analyze system safety management and program plans, accident and incident reports, mishap investigations, test plans, technical manuals, test results, demonstration plans, training materials, and Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) documentation.

  • Organize and lead ESOH working groups. Develop meeting minutes as requested.

  • Support the review of Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs).

  • Support the development, analysis, and validation of requirements, to include traceability. Provide analysis-based systems safety recommendations.

  • Provide systems safety input in support of the coordination and development of Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR).

  • For the C2S portfolio of programs safety analyses will support conceptual development solutions, acquisition programs of record, sustainment actions to support fleet availability, safety analysis of integrated solutions across various platforms, and critical safety analysis for safety mishaps within the fleet.

  • Assist in identifying, assessing, and documenting technical risks.

    Skylla Engineering is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
    VEVRAA Federal Contractor
    Background Check Required
    Required Skills

    • Excellent analytical and technical communications skills

    • Understanding of Marine Corps Systems Command systems safety processes

    • Ability to work in a face paced environment

    • Effective writing skills

    • Excellent MS Office skills to include, but not limited to MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.

    • Excellent, and understanding of the Marine Corps mission.

    • MIL-STD-882E

    • MIL-STD-46855A


      • Experienced understanding of the following:

      • Executive Order 12114

      • Marine Corps Order (MCO) P5090.2A

        Required Experience

        • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in a technical discipline plus 2+ years' technical, human systems integration, or systems safety experience.


          • 10 years of systems safety experience, preferably in a MCSC program office, and familiarity with C2 programs.

Keywords: Skylla Engineering, Alexandria , System Safety Analyst III, Professions , Stafford, Virginia

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