Product Safety and Reliability
Universal Avionics
 Duluth, GA

Requisition Number: SYSTE01011

Universal Avionics continues to take the avionics industry forward with both the latest iterations of its flagship products as well as designing the next generation of technology to ensure easier management and safety and reliability in all phases of flight.

The Product Safety/Reliability Engineer is a product development engineering position, performing qualitative and quantitative safety and reliability assessments of UA products.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Generate/update Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Preliminary System Safety Assessment (PSSA), Failure modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Built in Test (BIT) Assessment, and System Safety Assessments (SSA) documentation for engineering development projects

Generate reliability predictions

Participate in team meetings

Generate and review Problem Reports

Review and approve product development life cycle data generated by other Engineering departments

Participate in internal and customer design reviews

Identify and implement process improvements

Present status of safety and reliability engineering tasks to supervisors and project teams

Support internal and external audits

Required Skills

BS in Industrial Engineering/Quality Assurance

Proficient with a personal computer including Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visio applications

Ability to write professional e-mails and reports and effectively communicate information verbally to other employees in various forums from one-on-one meetings to presentations to large groups

Preferred Experience

Note: Universal Avionics will consider recent graduates for this position with indications of a strong aptitude.

0 – 10 years experience

Working knowledge of and experience with SAE ARP 4761 (Aircraft System Safety Assessment) processes and Windchill (217Plus predictions/FMEA/FTA)

Previous experience in an avionics systems product development work environment

Previous work experience in a process-controlled work environment