$80K — $100K *
Duties: Design system solution for railway/transit signaling projects; identify project gaps and evolution path for solutions; communicate and manage system solution throughout project; control internal/external interfaces; ensure solution components are developed properly; define application rules and engineering process; determine system migration and deployment strategy; integrate solution components into functional system; perform requirements specification, architecture description, interface description, and operational context description; provide support to requirements management; prepare system integration and development plans; support the internal and external design reviews; support the transverse activities including: Safety, RAM, V&V, and T&C; organize technical meeting(s) to present additional/rewritten requirements; analyze development requested and support Alstom product units to validate cost effective design for deployment and maintenance of the System; support project baselines strategy, and check that the system delivery plan is consistent with the project strategy; facilitate resolution of technical issues; be the central point of contact for troubleshooting and root cause identification in all phases of the project; organize design reviews for new design choice(s); and support V&V activities and requirements traceability.
Requirements: Employer will accept Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field, followed by five years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in job offered or five years of progressive, post-baccalaureate work experience in a related occupation. Experience must include one year of experience with each of the following:
1. experience in railway/transit signaling projects;
2. experience with the entire lifecycle of rail signaling revamping projects from conceptual design to revenue service of speed code and distance to go systems;
3. experience with Railroad Signaling system detailed migration strategy to deploy trackside equipment interfacing with legacy signaling systems;
4. experience with GENELEC standards related to Safety Integrity Level 4 Railway Applications;
5. experience in Solid State electronic Interlocking and vital data preparation activities;
6. experience with centralized Automatic Train Supervision and Interlocking systems;
7. experience with signaling principles and requirement elicitation process; and
8. experience with Interlocking application including track circuits and axle counters for train detection.
Valid through: 4/16/2021