Graduate /Junior Systems Engineering & Safety Assurance Engineer (ARCH Artifex) - Sydney

ARCH Artifex is focused on providing real value through the provision of systems engineering and safety assurance services to major infrastructure projects. Our purpose as a business includes investment in the livelihood, development and fulfilment of our team.   For more information on ARCH Artifex, refer to our capability statement and website: 


We are providing services to several major infrastructure projects such as Western Sydney Airport, Sydney Metro as well as a multitude of projects on the Sydney Trains Network.  We have one of the strongest pipelines of work to deliver in the industry and we are now looking to bolster our capability through the engagement of Graduate Systems Engineering and Safety Assurance Engineer. 


Main Activities and Responsibilities: (including but not limited to) 


Project Responsibilities

  • Providing support to the delivery of high-quality services and deliverables.  
  • Work with the client organisation to obtain and manage the information required to verify project requirements and satisfy operational safety arguments. 
  • Appropriate application of System Engineering & Safety Management processes and tools scaled for the services or required project.  
  • Support production of Systems Engineering Plans, Safety Assurance Plans, Safety Analyses, Hazard Logs, Safety Reports and other applicable deliverables to deliver upon operational safety arguments.  
  • Develop, review and/or check deliverables required for the services.  
  • Support workshops and other activities required to deliver the contracted services.  


Business Responsibilities

  • Actively participate in personal development to develop the required competence. 
  • Contribute to the culture of the SESA division in line with ARCH’s values.  
  • Identify business development opportunities for the wider ARCH business  


Key Role Experiences, Skills and Qualifications


  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline  
  • Strong analytical and interpretation skills  
  • Strong relationship building, influencing and negotiation skills.  
  • Strong communication skills. 


At ARCH Artifex you'll be part of a supportive organisation that encourages continued development with a key focus on only doing what adds value to the projects we service. 


Join us in doing purposeful, sustainable work that helps shape our communities and the future! 


Submit your application to the ARCH Artifex LinkedIn ad


Please submit applications by 27 September 2021

Application closing date

27 September 2021
Applications open for this opportunity: 
15 Sep 2021
Study level: 

Updated:  10 August 2021/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing