# Killing Tensor of Friedman-Robertson-Walker Metric

I would like help showing that the tensor, $$K_{\mu\nu}=a^2(g_{\mu\nu}+u_\mu u_\nu),$$ where $$u^\mu =(1,0,0,0)$$, is a Killing tensor of the spatially flat FRW metric,

$$ds^2=-dt^2+a(t)^2\left(dr^2+d\Omega^2\right).$$

Specifically it must satisfy $$\nabla_{(a}K_{\mu\nu)}=0.$$

I can see that the tensor is basically $$a^2\times(\text{spatial projection matrix})$$, but not sure if there is a trick or symmetry argument to show it is Killing?

Only source I can find is Carroll pg 344, claiming it is easy to check.