Rockwell Automation is looking for a Functional Safety Engineer for AC drive products. You will apply your design experience to create safety functions according to international standards.
You will have growth opportunities in every aspect of product design including : requirements, design specifications, implementation, verification, environmental testing, and user documentation.
You will contribute to the work that will be assessed by a third party for conformance to functional safety standards.
Minimum Qualifications :
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, or similar technical discipline.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in product development and release of electronic hardware systems
Desired Qualifications :
Deep development experience in least one electronic discipline; hardware, FPGA, ASIC, embedded software / firmware, with a good understanding of the others.
Experience with the realization of fault tolerant designs, safety concepts, and safety design requirements specifications for electronic hardware products and systems that meet functional safety standards (i.e. IEC 61508).
Experience with product design certification to machinery (ISO 13849) is highly desired.
Demonstrable functional safety certification experience with power drive system (IEC 61800-5-2) Preferred. Other functional safety related standards are acceptable;
Automotive (ISO 26262), Process (IEC 61511), Railway (EN 50129), Medical (EN 60601-1), Etc.
Hands-on system engineering experience that includes decomposing functional requirements, writing testable design specifications, and tracing requirements from low-
level specification to high level requirements.
Experience with IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management tools; Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Quality Manager
Familiar with power conversion and motor drive technology.
Experience documenting failure analysis with at any level of system with any technique; FMEDA, FTA, HARA, Etc.
Experience performing PFD / PFH calculations for safety applications.
Formal functional safety training a recognized body (e.g., exida, ISA, or TÜV).
Experience developing electronic hardware systems that meet product certification requirements, such as UL, CE.
Experience developing electronic hardware systems that meet security standards, such as IEC 62443.