The IT Systems Analyst/Tester is responsible for all activities associated with properly testing the new IT system, including coordinating their work amongst many stakeholders, such as the PMO, developers, business owners, UAT team members, etc.
As part of the pre-construction estimating team in preparation of bids and proposals, this person will provide technical information to the project team to ensure that the work complies with all Railroad or Transit engineering standards, codes, specifications, design instruction and contract requirements while troubleshooting engineering related installation problems.
The Control Engineer provides technical information to others working on a project to ensure that the work complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications, and design requirements; troubleshoots engineering related installation problems; acts as a liaison with the client and/or owner regarding the project process.
In this role, you will develop of drawings for control panels, power distribution, junction boxes. Included in the drawings are the general arrangement, internal layout, schematics and interconnection and wire diagrams.
In this role, you will provide primary control system hardware/software support and process engineering/optimization to a variety of field personnel including operations, instrument technicians, process engineering and various members of the operations management teams.
In this role, you will be responsible for
coordinating all QA activities for assigned commodity areas, developing and presenting recommendations that are technically sound, and in compliance with applicable industry and DOD QA policies.
In this role, you will manage the development remit for a proposal so that it properly describes the engineering requirements, scope, possibilities and operational performance targets and maintain a robust challenge to sponsoring engineers and managers, in order to monitor and value manage the business and technical remit and thereby optimize the business case.