Unlike most positions mentioned here, this one includes the possibility of working remotely (certainly from Europe and I think from elsewhere, too), with occasional visits to Jerusalem.
Functional safety experts with automotive experience are generally rare and in demand, meaning that
- they're probably gainfully employed, and
- I'm not counting on one of them reading this blog.
However, I imagine that a friend of a safety expert might be among my readers. If you're that reader, you can tell your friend the safety expert that we're very eager to hire them, and will go a long way to make an attractive proposition.
We particularly value experience at the chip/ASIC side of things (translating ISO 26262 requirements to actionable guidelines on hardening the design in question, together with a verification methodology and the required safety documentation.) We also value recommendations from designers who had to follow the expert's guidelines, as well as experience in presenting safety cases to customers.