Safety Engineer for Hybrid Electric Propulsion Systems
Job Family: Research & Development
Siemens provides answers to the toughest questions: we build infrastructure where there is no infrastructure. We energize the world, help industries run smoothly and create the digital tomorrow. The Hungarian Corportate Technology team was created in 2017 at Gizella Street. The main task of the R&D department is to develop components for electrified aviation, where the projects provide significant added value activities.
What kind of tasks will you have?
- Participate in aircraft propulsion system architecture design and development
- Prepare and handle Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Functional Hazard Analysis (FHA) and System Safety Analysis (SSA)
- Manage the safety assessment and translate to requirements
- Perform safety evaluations from development to the manufacturing phase
- Work on certification programs together with development teams
- Facilitate safety reviews throughout the development process
What makes you stand out?
- University degree (electrical engineer, mechatronics engineer or other relevant degrees)
- Experience in safety assessment / engineering
- Ability to effectively work in project team
- Capability to cooperate in English
- Precise and quality oriented behavior
What do we consider as an advantage?
- Experience with aviation industry standards
- Experience in and passion for electric drive system design or operation
- Knowledge in defining and following safety design
In addition to providing a competitive benefit package and a modern, international work environment, we are respectful inclusive and diverse. We worship performance, celebrate individual contributions and different ways of thinking.
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Manufacturing, Production
- Product Development, Design
- Full time
- 1-3 years professional experience
Required language level:
- English - higher advanced/fit for negotiation
How to apply/ contact information:
You can apply with the „jelentkezem” button underneath.