Safety Risk Engineer

Jacobs May 11, 2022
Adelaide, Australia Full Time  


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Your Impact:
The world needs innovators and problem solvers who turn challenges into greater opportunities. We have an insatiable curiosity about solutions to move people and goods safely and efficiently across the globe. From rail systems mobilising accessible transit, to ports linking land and sea - when it comes to connecting the people and places of tomorrow, the future of transport depends on us.
Reporting to the Section Leader - ANZ Rail Systems, as a Safety Risk Engineer you'll be supporting the Jacobs rail team in the execution and delivery of technical safety solutions through the application of sound principles in preliminary hazard analysis, safety in design and consequence modelling coupled with the assessment of risk. The role requires close collaboration with the Client, Government agencies and multi-discipline design teams. You will be supporting the Jacobs ANZ rail team in the delivery of technical solutions/artefacts across its rail clients. You will provide technical leadership and role modelling of Jacobs' core values, fostering an inclusive and diverse cultural ethos that embodies Jacobs' Culture of Caring. You will set clear technical direction and provide a strong role model regarding client focus and responsiveness and your strong client relationships will help to ensure we can identify and anticipate client needs.
You will support the team through delivery of projects across the various phases of its lifecycle and assist our client in achieving construction objectives though the post design phases of a project. You will ensure delivery complies with Safety Assurance and Systems Engineering principles. Transport modes include passenger rail, light rail, and Freight/heavy haul. #ANZTransport #ANZRail #APMETransport #APMERail #LI-DG1

Here's What You'll Need:
• Relevant Tertiary Qualifications in Engineering.
• Experience in the preparation, execution, analysis, and reporting of PHA and Safety in Design workshops.
• Experience in the assessment of risk (qualitative and semi-qualitative, predominately).
• Experience in the application of various Hazard Analyses techniques.
• Be able to develop safety risk plans, safety cases and other safety and risk related documentation in accordance with engineering standards.
• Have effective communication skills including technical writing and verbal communication.
Rail experience desirable but not essential. Safety risk and process safety engineers from industries outside of transport are encouraged to apply.

Jacobs. A world where you can.
From our inclusive employee networks, to our positive mental health champions - we're committed to driving a culture of caring where you can be you. With safety and flexibility always top of mind, we've gone beyond traditional ways of working so you have the support, means and space to maximise your potential. You'll uncover flexible working arrangements, benefits and opportunities to do good too - from participating in our global giving and volunteering program, to exploring new and inventive ways to help our clients make the world a better place. No matter what drives you, you'll discover how you can cultivate, nurture and achieve your goals - all at a single global company.
We aim to embed inclusion and diversity in everything we do. We know that if we are inclusive, we're more connected, and if we are diverse, we're more creative. We accept people for who they are, regardless of age, disability, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, mental health, race, faith or belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, and whether you're pregnant or on family leave. This is reflected in our wide range of Global Employee Networks centred on inclusion and diversity - ACE, Careers, Enlace, Harambee, OneWorld, Prism, Vetnet, and Women's Network - find out more about our employee networks here.
We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage candidates of diverse backgrounds to apply. First Nations peoples are strongly encouraged to apply. Jacobs aims to provide cultural safety at our interviews and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are invited to nominate for a cultural representative to participate on the interview panel, please let your recruiter know in your application.
If you require support or reasonable adjustments with regards to our recruitment process, please contact the team here.
Successful candidates may be asked to complete pre-employment checks including: Identity, Right to Work; Employment/Education History and Criminal Record. If you are unable to complete these checks or meet the associated criteria, then your offer of employment may be delayed or withdrawn. Please note:
If you are being represented by recruitment agency you will not be considered, to be considered you will need to apply directly to Jacobs.

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