Jacobs System Safety Certification Manager in Atlanta, Georgia
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As the System Safety Certification Manager, you will indirectly manage System Safety Certification professionals in the application of system safety principles to all aspects of the Authority’s operations in the development, implementation and management of the Authority’s System Safety and Hazard Management Program in accordance with U.S. Federal Transit Administration and Georgia Department of Transportation regulations, standards and guidance. In this role, you develop and enhance processes and procedures as well as create compliance metrics. You will oversee the identification, the investigation, and the cause of hazardous conditions and safety hazards and develops or approves corrective action plans. You will implement hazard management program through hazard identification, risk assessment, hazard mitigation, and hazard tracking/ reporting and work closely with other engineers to increase safety, quality and efficiency.
Here’s what you’ll be doing:
Manages, indirectly, safety system certification professionals
Applies system safety principles to all aspects of the Authority’s operations in the development, implementation and management of the Authority’s System Safety and Hazard Management Program in accordance with U. S. Federal Transit Administration and Georgia Department of Transportation regulations, standards and guidance.
Oversees the performance of safety and security certification in conjunction with planning, designing, procurement, construction, installation, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of transit operating systems and facilities
Performs work associated with safety and security certification to include establishing safety and security design criteria and verification of design and specification conformance
Responsible for performing and communicating results of a number of system safety analysis relevant to project phase and complexity such as Hazard Analysis, Fault Tree Analysis, and Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related discipline is required
Fifteen or more years of progressively responsible experience in system safety and/or in conducting safety related dependability studies is required
Must have detailed understanding of the principles of system safety engineering with ability to perform complex engineering and statistical analysis.
Must have a detailed understanding of the Federal Transit Administration regulations and circulars specific to project delivery and safety systems certification requirements
Must have certification in transit safety and security
Must have a valid Georgia driver's license
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