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Safety Engineer

Company Name:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Key Role:
Interface with government counterparts to establish, maintain, and coordinate aircraft hazards and other aircraft systems to ensure proper and full hazard migration, accuracy, and viability. Investigate, write, and track hazards and closure evidence to ensure viable hazards are reduced or controlled to an acceptable level. Ensure hazard reports are clear and concise describing the details of each issue, the root causes, and recommended corrective action as controls. Monitor and input safety data into the program safety hazard database and perform regular quality checks to ensure data migration, accuracy, and viability. Perform safety analyses and trending of events based on incidents and risk level and implement a systematic approach for assessing and documenting the impact of issues or problems.
Basic Qualifications:
-3 years of experience with aviation safety
-3 years of experience with supporting an ACAT I or ACAT II aviation acquisition program
-Experience with Microsoft Office automation products, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
-Ability to conduct risk analysis
-Secret clearance
-BA or BS degree
Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with databases, including Microsoft Access or DOORS
-Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
-ISO 9000 - Quality Management Certification
-Federal Aviation Safety Officer Certification
Clearance:
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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Job: Engineering
Title: Safety Engineer
Location: Maryland-Patuxent River
Requisition ID: 01185005

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