This position is responsible for guiding efforts to ensure safety, reliability & maintainability of equipment, processes, and technical data products. The Senior Safety, Reliability & Maintainability Engineer performs the following:1. Performs professional technical analysis requiring the full use and wide application of Engineering principles, theories, concepts and precedents concentrating in the area of Product Safety. Must be able to work independently in making technical decisions, follow and develop Product Safety Processes, perform product safety audits, participate in Phase reviews, design reviews, test readiness reviews, and overall promote the Product safety discipline.2. Performs professional technical analysis requiring the full use and wide application of Engineering principles, theories, concepts and precedents in one or more of the Reliability, Maintainability, and Safety (RMS) disciplines, plus a working knowledge of other related disciplines such as Logistics and Testability. Makes independent technical decisions. Can accomplish most RMS tasks independently, however may need some supervision. Good facility with industry standard RMS toolsets and techniques.3. Coordinates and directs the work efforts of lower level engineers and support personnel, if assigned. Responsible for tracking labor and/or material expenditures for use in program control.4. Provides product safety engineering guidance to programs as required during life cycle phases. Plans and supports or in cases directs test activities; develops and maintains the programs Safety Cases and analyzes and mitigates the safety issues. Prepares/reviews Safety cases for publication. Ensures that test the Safety Case information, as required, is captured with company standard tools and processes for Safety Case management & reporting. Responsible for "lessons learned" abstraction and capture.5. Supports Reliability Leads on proposals as required. Works with Systems Engineering to ensure full comprehension and inclusion of Safety and RMS requirements contributing to higher level performance measures.