Aecom is currently looking for RAMS engineer to be based at Madrid.
He/ she will be acting as RAMS engineer for a large international project liaising with different teams and offices in several countries. The project is ongoing.
As part As of his/her responsibilities he/she will be providing support for other ongoing projects and bids.
RAMS experience according to EN 50126:
RAM plan definition and updates
Hazard and risk management (HAZID, HAZOP, HIA, IHA)
Hazard log management
Safety Case management and development
Safety plan management and updates
Common Safety Method experience is also desirable.
BA (Hons) in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
French Language: proficient in French as this is the project language
English Language: proficient in English
Experience in Rail Systems design (optional)
Ability to work as part of a team interfacing with different departments, offices and countries.
Able to work with a team and keep deliverables and time schedules on track.
Knowledge of Windchill or/and Projectwise.
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