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RAMS Engineer - Hydrogen Infrastructure

  • Kemble, UK
  • Engineering

At ZeroAvia, we’re clean sky thinkers. For the world to achieve truly clean, guilt-free flight, we need a scalable solution; hydrogen-electric powertrains. As a leader in zero-emission aviation and a UK Jet Zero Council member, we’re designing and commercialising hydrogen-powered solutions that will positively impact the future of aviation, global connectivity, and the world.

You will become a solution-focused champion in our high-velocity culture. We value results and efficiency and prioritise achieving our mission most effectively and innovatively possible. You’ll be part of our unified team to create solutions and solve problems, If you’re eager to take radical ownership and are unafraid to ask questions or challenge the status quo, then we want you to be part of our Clean Sky Thinking.

Role Overview

The RAMS Engineer (Hydrogen Infrastructure) supports the engineering team to ensure that our systems are safe and reliable in service and comply with applicable regulatory requirements. The primary focus of this role is our hydrogen infrastructure and aircraft refuelling systems, with secondary support on associated aircraft systems as necessary.


    • Perform reliability assessments such as FMEA/FMECA, Availability Analysis, etc.
    • Perform safety assessments such as FHAs, FTAs, HAZOPS, etc.
    • Generate RAMS requirements for the product design teams and working collaboratively to ensure compliance.
    • Creating reasoned safety arguments for complex and novel systems and communicating these to relevant stakeholders
    • Act as an independent reviewer for safety and reliability-related documentation.
    • Understand the design and operation of hydrogen production, storage and aircraft refuelling systems in order to characterise potential failures and hazards using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
    • Specify, facilitate, and review RAMS tasks with component suppliers.
    • Develop or improve Safety and Reliability engineering plans and processes.

Essential Experience/Qualifications:

    • Degree-level qualification in STEM subject or equivalent industry experience.
    • Good working knowledge of RAMS methods such as FTA, FMEA/FMECA, RBD, Hazard Analysis, HAZOPs, etc.
    • Experience working with aerospace systems or infrastructure systems (such as chemical, nuclear or rail sectors).
    • Good working knowledge of risk assessment and ALARP justifications.
    • Ability to lead RAMS project activities, working within multidisciplinary teams.
    • Excellent written, verbal, and presentation/communication skills.

Desirable Experience/Qualifications:.

    • Knowledge of reliability prediction techniques.
    • Knowledge of hazardous process safety and risk assessment.
    • Knowledge of ATEX-rated systems or similar hazardous environment design standards.
    • Knowledge of hydrogen production, handling or use.

📈 Stock Options

🏡 Relocation support

🏖️ Holiday: 25 Days + Public Holidays

🍴 Kemble Location: Free Lunch

🔋 EV Club and Kemble Free EV Charging

🛩️ Flying Club: 5 free hours of flying lessons + Discount on Pilots License (PPL)

👩🏽‍⚕️ Private Healthcare: Plus Dental, Optical, Mental health support

💸 Salary sacrifice schemes: EV Club, Curry's Tech, Cycle to Work and Ikea Furniture

💰 Weekly Spot Bonuses

👩🏼‍⚖️ Income protection and Legal support

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