Functional Safety Engineer – Basildon - £ Competitive + Excellent benefits
Our client is a leading engineering consultancy developing the next generation of powertrains (hybrid, combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and software) for a range of customers, including prestige OEMs. A Functional Safety Engineer role now exists to act as a central Functional Safety expert across a broad range of consultancy projects. You will support the system engineers by taking responsibility for the Functional Safety deliverables
As Functional Safety Engineer – you will
Lead the Functional Safety activities as appropriate to the project. This will include the following key activities:
Understand intended functionality of systems in a broad automotive context.
Generate the necessary Functional Safety documentation for the project following ISO26262: Fault-tree analysis, hazard analysis, technical safety concepts and requirements
Lead Functional Safety reviews as needed both internally with the project team and with customers
As Functional Safety Engineer – you will have
Minimum BSc or BEng (2:1) in Automotive, Electrical or equivalent Engineering
Relevant professional engineering experience (ideally Systems Engineering)
Experience of leading and delivering Functional Safety activities according to ISO26262 for production automotive projects
Experience in conducting/leading FMEA, FTA, FMEDA activities
Experience in development of either automotive powertrain control systems, high-voltage electrical power supplies, hybrid vehicles, ADAS features or similar technical fields
Good communication skills
Suitably qualified and experienced Functional Safety Engineers should apply today by contacting Paul Robson at Jonathan Lee Recruitment +44(0)1384 446146 or by emailing their CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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