Safety Assurance Manager – Riyadh Metro Project

Providing targets for vendor supplied equipment to Engineering, and incorporating into RAMS requirements for vendors
Maintainable: Easy to maintain and keep in optimum condition
Developing Maintainability Analyses and perform other required maintainability tasks
Safe: Low risk of causing hazardous events
Primary point of contact for safety activities and issues, and leading the discussion of system safety activities with the project team, Engineering, and with the customer

Responsible for all aspects of System Safety including:
–       Providing functional guidance on preparation of inspection and test plans, and ensuring proper staff approval and implementation occurs
–       Interpreting safety requirements of customer contract and notify affected areas of any changes
–       Ensuring that all of the necessary safety analyses are conducted according to requirements and schedules; and performing detailed safety analyses and hazard analyses using techniques such as FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analyses) and FTA (Fault Tree Analysis)
–       Managing and tracking all hazards and safety requirements in a Database (MS-Access or similar)
–       Supporting the safety efforts of the project by coordinating efforts among the various engineering disciplines and contractors for System safety
–       Providing technical expertise in support of Program Management, Manufacturing, Field Start-up, Operations and Maintenance Manual production, and Design Engineering

Rail RAMS Engineers
The successful candidate will have direct experience of the development and assurance of complex rail infrastructure and rolling stock systems.  With a focus across the system lifecycle, you will be involved in:
Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety (RAMS) assessment
Requirements development and management
Concept generation, evaluation and selection
System design and design assessments
System verification planning and assessment
Through Life Cost modelling and assessment
Risk assessment (both technical and project)
Use of Requirements Management and System Modelling/Architecting tools (DOORS and System Architect preferred)
Skill Set
Bachelor Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Electrical
RAMS Engineering experience
Experience of quantified RAMS analysis and methods
Able to demonstrate their knowledge of RAMS analysis and methods
Strong knowledge in the EN50126 standard (Europe standard for safety) or equivalent
Knowledgeable in a faulty programs
Experience of Engineering Safety Management processes and objectives
Able to demonstrate their knowledge of Engineering Safety Management processes and objectives
Undertaken either safety or reliability studies, but must be capable in both fields
Experience of undertaking availability assessments
Experience of leading hazard identification & risk assessment workshops
If interested to explore this opportunity  please send your up-to date CV to

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