About the Role
We are seeking Safety Engineers / Consultants located in Melbourne. We are looking for smart, adaptable engineers able and willing to apply their skills across multiple domains. As a Safety Engineer, you will use your engineering knowledge to influence the design, operation and maintenance of complex systems to ensure that technical risks are identified, communicated and managed; and that the safety of those using or relying on the system is not compromised.
With 5 - 10 years of experience, you will form a core part of the Frazer-Nash delivery team and will be given significant autonomy to set a project’s direction and then the responsibility to deliver. Within the Systems Safety and Assurance practice this means working directly with clients to help develop their Risk Management strategies. This may include authoring System Safety Program Plans, undertaking detailed hazard and risk analyses of engineered systems and developing safety cases and risk management plans or strategies. On client projects you may be supported by Frazer-Nash Consultants and Senior Consultants.
We are distinguished from our competitors by our cross-sector approach and as a Frazer-Nash engineer you can expect to work in different industry sectors, such as Defence, Rail and Infrastructure, throughout your career. Your long-term career with Frazer-Nash will be enabled by our Group Leaders and Technical Managers and can take you into three broad roles: technical expert, people leader, or business developer.
The successful applicant will meet the following minimum requirements:
Frazer-Nash will facilitate your application for an Australian Security Clearance. Further information on this process is available at: http://www.defence.gov.au/AGSVA/
It is to your advantage if you meet any or all the following additional requirements:
What’s on offer?
At Frazer-Nash we offer:
Join us to help assure the safe and successful delivery of projects, ranging from flagship Defence acquisitions, transformational Rail investments in Australia's capital cities to influencing the safe disposal of Australia's radiological waste.