Are you a Safety Professional or someone who aspires to be? Do you want to influence safety decisions across the lifecycle of multiple projects? If so, we want you to join our vision to save lives by ensuring our Armed Forces are equipped with capable, safe-to-operate equipment!
Quote – Sam – L3 Safety Engineer:
“I take pride knowing my work keeps people on the front line safe.”
Our Internal Technical Support (ITS) team provides support to a huge variety of projects from combat aircraft and armoured vehicles to submarines, body armour and aircraft carriers. Joining this team will help you become a ‘go-to’ expert, through our supportive learning culture and your own drive to provide vital expertise helping DE&S manage safety risks across a breadth of high-profile projects.
We believe a diverse workforce improves diversity of thought, our ability to attract the best candidates and ultimately the service we can provide our Armed Forces. We recognise that our employees need to balance work and home commitments, and that the best candidate for a role may not always be available throughout core business hours. Therefore, we are excited to advertise full, part-time and flexible working opportunities for Safety Engineers in our team. We work closely with clients across a range of delivery teams as intelligent decision makers and subject matter experts. By ensuring military equipment is safe to operate with world-leading capabilities, this team makes a big difference to projects integral to supporting our Armed Forces!
Quote – Jon – L3 Safety Engineer:
“The psychology of accidents and how to prevent them is fascinating to me.”
Safety Engineers can choose their permanent workstation from the list below:
MOD Manchester, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester, M1 2WD
Kentigern House, 65 Brown Street, Glasgow, G2 8EX
MOD Abbey Wood, Filton, Bristol, BS34 8JH
Wattisham Flying Station, 2 Valley Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP7 7RE
Quote – Afshan – L3 Safety Engineer:
“Within the team there is a huge emphasis on work life balance which empowers me to do my best on a daily basis.”
Please note some attendance to the stated site may be required for this position.
Please be advised that due to the nature of security, some of these roles are reserved for sole UK Nationals only.
Responsibilities for Safety Engineer
As a Safety Engineer, your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:
- Developing artefacts/evidence used in the assessment of environmental/safety risk, and considering the implications of changes to equipment design, offering mitigation advice in the process.
- Providing advice and support to colleagues, ensuring that appropriate safety requirements are correctly applied and delivered in contracts.
- Creating and implementing safety management systems for products, services or systems, as either part of design or in-service support.
- Interpreting and applying safety policy for the design and support of platforms and equipment
- Utilising your exceptional communication and stakeholder management skills to offer all of the above services across multiple areas, including Maritime, Land, Weapons, Air and Submarines, ensuring that your solutions are understood and appropriately executed.
Quote – David – L3 Safety Engineer
“I believe that my work makes a difference making lives better which gives me a warm feeling.”