Millennium Engineering and Integration Company has an opening for a Safety and Reliability SMA Engineer IV onsite a NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, FL. This full-time position supports Commercial Crew Program Office providing Safety and Mission Assurance services.
- Provide Services in Safety and Mission Assurance supporting Commercial Crew Requirements. .
- Conduct safety analyses and assessments of selected design, testing, operational, or flow processing problems involving safety issues, and prepare reports of findings. These assessments may include hazard analyses, hazard worksheets, fault trees, probabilistic risk assessments, and hazard reports
- Review and evaluate existing, new, or revised hazard reports prior to Government Safety approval to ensure the correct engineering technical data and risk assessments have been provided and prepare KSC hazard reports or updates in accordance with policy and regulations.
- Support safety activities and areas such as, but not limited to, OSHA compliance, facility inspections, construction safety, high pressure safety, explosives, mishap investigations, job hazard analyses, and safety awareness products.
- Maintain status of hazard reports and prepare and support processing of change requests for all KSC hazard reports.
- Review Commercial Crew safety analysis reports, procedures, and hazard reports to ensure the correct engineering technical data and risk assessment have been provided. In addition, participate in Safety Panels and Boards and develop review item dispositions.
- Review safety and reliability assessments (e.g. System Assurance Analyses (SAAs), Ground Phase Safety Review Packages, Missile System Pre-launch Safety Packages, CILs) submitted by operational contractors, prepare technical critique for safety impacts, and support the appropriate review forums related to these assessments.
- Support the planning for, and introduction of, selected hardware and software systems into the KSC flow process, review trade studies, technical reports, requirements documentation, and hazard analyses, and provide safety impact assessments.
- Support specialized engineering areas such as pressure vessel certification, propellants, ordnance, lifting devices, both ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, and cryogenics.
- Develop safety metrics and report trends and summary results.
- Perform operational safety inspections and assessments and report results.
- Ensure all operational controls identified in safety and reliability analyses have been flowed into operational requirement documentation and procedures.
- Conduct human factors analyses that identify sources of human error, such as: visual and physical accessibility provisions, skill level requirements, interpretation of fault indications, handling provisions, safety concerns (weight, touch temperatures, labeling, strength requirements), communication requirements, and environmental impacts (noise, lighting, special clothing, etc.). Identify opportunities for improvement for ground support equipment and flight hardware processing in both the processing task itself and the instructions for conducting the task. The analyses apply to resolution of problem reports and mishap investigations.
- Support compliance activities with 29CFR1910, Occupational Safety and Health Standards, and 29CFR1926, Safety and Health Standards for Construction.
Education and Work Experience This position is considered an advanced level engineering position. Requires a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Science and a minimum of 10 years’ experience in engineering, science, or related technical discipline. Must have recognized expertise in the field of work specified and have the ability to provide leadership and guidance to less experienced engineers. Clearance
- Ability to enter on to Federal Base and obtain a Secret Clearance if required.