Riyadh Siemens AG Job, Consortium Safety Case Engineer, Country Head of Ultrasound, Accountant 24 May
Riyadh Metro Project Overview:
The BACS consortium is responsible for the design and build of Lines 1 and 2 of the Riyadh metro network. These two lines will form part of the six-line metro system that will run for a total length of 176 kilometers across the city and includes 85 stations.
Our scope of work on Lines 1 and 2 encompasses detailed structural, architectural and transit system design together with construction, testing and commissioning works. Our scope also includes the procurement of all products and materials necessary to support project delivery.
We are fully responsible for the design and integration of the transit systems and the civil infrastructure. Working from the Employers Requirements, the BACS consortium will manufacture, furnish, install, test and commission all components related to both the transit systems and the civil infrastructure.
What are my responsibilities?
This position is reporting to the Consortium Safety Case Manager for ensuring that:
The civil infrastructure elements of the Consortium Design & Final Safety Cases are developed in accordance with the project program and to the requisite standard.
Evidence is compiled confirming that the defined system safety requirements are met by the civil infrastructure, including associated M&E systems, during all phases of the project.
The Safety Case inputs related to the civil infrastructure meet the provisions of the Technical Specification Volume 2.2 Part 4 Safety Requirements.
Other essential duties:
Assist with authoring the Design & Final Safety Cases and coordinate Safety Case inputs including the results of supporting hazard analysis and safety studies such as fire, emergency provisions, materials and human factors.
Compile the safety case evidence to support the development and issue of the Consortium Design and Final Safety Cases.
Monitor the progress of the preparation of supporting references and Safety Case inputs.
Review and provide comments on the civil infrastructure system and subsystem Safety Case submissions and supporting system safety reports.
Work effectively with the civil infrastructure system safety and engineering managers with discretion and diplomacy and be able to influence outcomes with good judgement.
Influence the civil infrastructure safety and engineering managers to provide safety case input and supporting documentation so that it can be compiled to meet the requirements of the Design & Final Safety Cases within the constraints of limited timescales.
Operate under the minimum of supervision and apply high standards of integrity and responsibility.
Create and maintain effective working relationships at all levels.
Set own targets within overall project objectives and be thorough, conscientious and hard-working.
Communicate effectively to ensure that the safety case requirements are understood by the civil infrastructure system safety managers and that appropriate evidence is provided to the ICP/ISA and ADA/RMTC.
What do I need to qualify for this job?
University degree (Dipl. Eng., B Eng. or higher) in an engineering related subject , preferably with a railway or system safety specialization.
A minimum of 5 years applied system safety engineering experience including major engineering projects in the railway industry.
Experience of preparing System Safety Cases and supporting evidence to meet EN 50129 and associated contractual requirements.
Knowledge and experience of system safety analysis techniques, engineering safety processes and standards including EN 50126 and EN 50128.
Understanding of railway related infrastructure and in particular railway civil structures and associated M&E systems including track, building services, fire protection systems and lifts & escalators. A working knowledge of NFPA 130 and civil engineering design principles would be an advantage.
Commitment to BACS Ethical standards as demonstrated by success on prior projects.
Commitment to BACS Quality standard as demonstrated by prior Supervisors’ evaluations of work performance.
Demonstrated commitment to BACS Zero Incident philosophy by prior active engagement and demonstration of ES&H Leadership.
Demonstrated ability to develop and coach effective teams to achieve the deliverables and objectives for the BACS project.
Personally committed to respectful behaviors, building the same attitudes within the project personnel; the focus of which is treat people with respect and dignity, listen actively; communicate in a timely and forthright manner and never undermining colleagues.
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