APSYS, a 100% subsidiary of AIRBUS, has been specialised for more than 30 years in Human and Organisational Technical Risk Management. One of our missions is to be the Group's centre of expertise and to promote our know-how outside the Group. Our business lines apply to fields as varied as Industry, Space, Aeronautics, Energy, Transport, Defence, as well as in all applications in which a global vision of risks is required. We guide our clients to help them deal with malicious acts, whether they are physical or digital. Our company is established in France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
In order to reinforce the Safety team involved in Space projects, APSYS is looking for 2 confirmed RAMS engineers (m/f).
Your future job, should you choose to accept it ?
As a RAMS engineer, you will realize and maintain the Dependability and Safety studies for Satellites (Telecommunication, Observation, Science, ?), Ground Segment (Control, Exploitation, ?) or Instrument.
You will be in charge of:
implement Reliability and Availability analysis (according to MIL-HDBK-217F or FIDES);
perform FMEA at Payload level (including suppliers analysis management);
realize Hazard Analysis (Safety risks identification);
in the frame of RAMS results, provide support to project team to define solutions and/or recommendations to reach the requirements;
critical analysis of requirements (technical, management)
flow down of requirement to lower levels. Definition of RAMS requirements for subcontractors;
brainstorm meeting: organization, management and reporting.
Are you THE one ?
You hold an engineering degree or equivalent in RAMS, Electric or Aerospace domain.
Knowledge of RAMS methods and safety studies are mandatory
You are autonomous, curious, proactive, rigorous, with great technical analysis and synthesis capacity,
You have very good communication and team skills,
You are problem solving oriented, with a strong willingness to learn and progress,
Advanced level in English is mandatory (oral and written).
The positions are located on Toulouse area. Starting date: january 2021.