System Safety Study — Working in Lyon

System Safety Study

Would you like to write history with one of the future key actors of clean mobility and zero emission?

Let me first enlighten you on who we are and what we do at Working In

We build a bridge between companies offering benefits and modern workers' expectations.

We challenge the status quo and propose a salary package that includes high-end coliving accommodation. Just like a company car, but here it’s a cool accommodation and a real-life enriching experience that we offer! Bye to the rent and charges, hello to sunset gin tonics, and a happy savings account that grows every month!

A package that incorporates talents’ whole life into account, this is the raison d'être of Working in Lyon!

You got it? We are the unique “Job + Co-living” French player!

And what about our client? Who are they? What do they do?

Faced with global warming & pollution, the revolution of sustainable transportation is on the rise. Our client, a joint venture between 2 GIANT actors in the automotive industry (you know them!) develops hydrogen solutions for transportation systems, essentially building a positive future by decarbonizing transport on a large scale!

The company’s BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) is to become a world leader in hydrogen mobility by producing 200,000 “StackPacks” - their pre-validated and pre-integrated hydrogen systems- per year by 2030, for use by manufacturers around the globe.

Today, they are an international team of 500 employees of 20 nationalities with a global presence in 5 countries on 3 continents, and still counting…They’re in the hyper-growth phase!

Do you want to have a positive impact on the world by developing zero-emission hydrogen mobility systems? Are you up for the challenge?

We are looking for a System Safety Engineer to join their Safety team in France.

What you’ll do

Provision of technical assistance for the upgrade and preparation of the Confirmation Review, as well as the technical follow-up of the following deliverables:

Item Definition: HARA: Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment; FSC: Functional Safety Concept; FSRs: Functional Safety Requirements; FTAs: Fault Trees (functional level); TSC: Technical Safety Concept; TSRs: Technical Safety Requirements; FTAs: Fault Trees (complete system); DFA: Dependent Failures Analysis; SFMEA: System Failure Modes and Effects Analysis; System Validation Plan; HAZOP: HAZard and OPerability analysis on the fluidic system

This list is non-exhaustive and may be reviewed during the course of the project. The exhaustive list of expected Work Products is detailed in ISO26262-2018 - Part 3 and Part 4, as well as in the safety process implemented internally.

The technical follow-up includes support during confirmation reviews and documentation updates.

Here’s the experience and the “Nice to have”

You have at least 3 years of experience in system safety in an ISO26262:2018 context

Functional safety tools (FMECA, FTA, APR/HARA, IDEF...)

Standard ISO 26262 particularly parts 3 and 4

You speak EN +FR!

Knowledge in Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability would be a plus.

Experience in H2 Safety would also be a plus. Rigour, initiative, teamwork, and adaptability will be assets for the success of this mission.

Benefits & Perks

An incredibly passionate team that wants to have an impact, and a corporate culture that values trust, engagement, and proximity

Autonomy to define and navigate your own path to success at a company that’s scaling big

The Recruitment Process

Let’s meet one of the team members of WI and explore opportunities

Technical Meeting with the Hiring Manager

Mindset Meeting with HR

Apply now! We can't wait to meet you :)